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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE KERAlD Fridoy, Joruory II, I7T3 Airport development t'tii'iiiiei with the Pact- e.- uai-ranii me estab- cr ruiiv, ays at Ken- i.ic.1 :aie tt.r ireiiihters o: M.uvr -Vtdy Vy.Mstuw .1 c.v.t trued and n for this area's prod- .-about air service 15 eet today's demands. acock, minister o: in- merce also vie'.vs our iies as a trans- ern me province is tu-k- ck EI _t ar.d has r.ov." e of S10.000 to a Merrm Field back mj nc o scutrerr: Al- Cv-v.va mornings. To reach Ameri- irt's one must first liy to C.ii- fore heading south an uii- ry waste cf time for the busy .ind businessman who enjoys h-s most lucrative contacts lite border. The return trip is the same rou'ia- i-eceu'ure. l.-ycr Ar.o.erson's vision o: irn- service out of this city a spankins rev.- ntod- facility, as attractive as itseif. He looks to smai- :es such as Veracn tird Pen- itere their airport? are more than that of Le'.hpr.cce and iv a city of this sine can't odern. attractive facilities as matter rest with the :er.r of transnort, v.-th costs on facilities" met by them, comprehensive brie: cur- einj rrero.itrd to 'oe sent to for both ionjer nm- r'aci'tties. Mayor Cairo riots Recent student riots in C.v.-i may ar.d accusiii: Syria. Jordan be cr-v the and aiti Lebanon c: v.e.shm; en their bir-er'headaches ahead Preside-: duty. is to make U-P- me student.; -vere rae'. Preside-.: badat .-cto.'? quite testing the year-of-no The veil that t; co so now would spell Er-totian armed force; kept in utter defeat, tut he is not tn a aYtaie c: battle readiness, yet there tlon to say so publicly, is still ro action, only threats. Ti -cr an atrnosDhere of ine Israelis remain _ -n tne StiK and frustration i-ie taC-t is ;us: ta_ _ Ey; -rito the Then a.cn; comes s .eacer. arld president G-T "r _ _ Colonel Muarnmar Qaddifi. -.hejiip The casserole dir.rs'jar3? Kormcue de.'icieccy, '-vr.y. irom Bonn have a very thorough oi various of dinosaur found in various pans of soiiU'-vesier-r Eur- ope, and discovered that the more re-oen: the sheU5. L-e thinner they are. ie T-n-c dbc52urs fxally disappeared. is EJllion years ago the shells had becoin-e so rhia they would have cracked or broker, before 7v-as :'uliy 'irey Lieorize this change would have about tecavue of hornone chanjes, pro- bably to oveni-oculatiGn. VOell, a: they car'; b'an-2 i: on DDT. Irr.n-erial Oil is raijir.s tj.e retail prices of Ecjs; ci lis produce, i: cio uiis be- cause c: the risu-.g price of crude oil. has j-_s[ up another yi cent; 2 after having risen CC-EJ a barrel only last November. She'd. Gulf and the other major oil companies are expected to fol- low suit. It is no: unreasonable for a firm :o charge jiore !or -is "cducis i: has to pay more for .ts a'.s diat is ore of the -ceivi-rable ot doirg business. Sc li iyorse is :o be blamed for the od companies :o raise their prices., ob- i: '3 'he outfits produce the crjce oil. :-h? -'r.o co you rjppose they are? The issrKiaied Prets record Jist U.S. General rlieir.cler.s: hs? -.old tre N'avl-.-a'. ihe VTvs ir-er.ds sik ti review "ihe ar.u-irus: vith ihe public as a rviu.: of ihe NFL having reined Nixor.'s rec-es: :hat r.l-i-s I'T playcf; jj-es be Litc-c a out is assured. One ia: Curt Flood, i-hose anti-trus: suit ajains; orjar.- ized bastbai! was rejected by the highest courts, is r.oT.v the r'esider.i '.sas a baseball fan. If anyone rioubis t..a: the about goes or. ia VitLiarr. is a rr.aiier of who happens to be telling they .T.ighc consider this, gleaned from tro Strtr-t JouiT.r.1' "..'.jt rr. of K'e-.- up. hsui- -r.tc-r.. d r ch... hjtv.eer. l.iro; rt-l.jhlo th'.' c -.7'. a of 5. ar.d a bor.b KM..''.: iur c-iiicers telisve tha: the B-5- is i but too vii.ierable todays sophistirated ar.d-arcriii They -rauld iil-.s io see i: replaced by a ni- rlir.e. B-i. i: is v-ili cos: sboL1: each to buill ne'.v arc very elciar.i Madrid zco care- an'lHiezieiil. ihe p-Clures Liforsati-.-e, 'co. For exam-ile. nar.y people a'.vire that ths habits: cf the North .Arrerican plains buffalo ineluda: palm L-ees? Durirs ihe rast year various ordered severe Ln sc-ir.e forms cf tobacco adverusLig. ar.d the oui- righ; ellmijiaucti of others. The medical profession azd mar.y government health cr- gazizatioriS issued cire and rroeateo Ligs concerning the between and cmn'.-iTi j :r.e existence o- suspect- ed existence of ofher health hazards ca'is- ed by smoking. In addition, the goverrjr.en: speni thousands on appeared tc be an excelier.t. professionally clevelpp-ed ar.ii- smol-rlr.g campaign. A: the year end. a spokesman for the to- bacco ir.dustry announced thai rr.os; the prc-iucts recorced abi-ut il.e as before. ILJ72 cf creases ro have paid record prices this year's tobacco crop. cartoon incjis. or.-; cf Lor. Norris. there's a 2 clove o: peace, v.ith the r.ir.ch in its beak, but this ore sucking out of its bscl-t: r.ospins about, saying "Peace :e Talks 1 This is a recording Ir.g special about that, perhaps, i major cartoonists takinq their ibis particular topic. The d.re though: it's t cs'etl, USAP ri at a cruiimg :pcol of 570 miles per hour. ;s :n-i? ,inr.ouncernor.t IILI.J-A.I i'.. TI5L-; H .'iinple tr> a rare anil ;'-r mernbe.-., 10 art in ar- vir.-, One can- i :i I'n1'- Ih., .'Irises Ihd'r i-i li'-l I [or njun, no', lite Trudeau races with tide to save ship By Pclcr Desuarats, Toronto Star Ottawa commfnlalor OTTAWA One of Prime Minister Trurteau's close associ- ates, with him since his first c'nys in Ottawa, was looking beck this week on the eventful years since 1W5. "I'm not saying that I want to gee out he explained, "cut if I did leave, I coijd do it without any regrets. "The main thing tat brought me to Ottawa, in ihe mid-six- ties, was ihe situation in Que- bec. We had to buy time. And we did." "I'm rot savin-- th.-t ihe Que- bec, problem is solved, It won't ever be. But compare the situ- aiion there today with six or seven years ago. All the eco- nomic indicators in Quebec are good, the Bourassa government looks stronger them ever, and the separatists are the ones who are going to be under the gun in the ne.vr Quebec election. "If I had to leave he repeated. "I would fee! that we had dose what we had set out to do." The same "end of sn feeling was evident ir the Trudeau go', enunent's throre speech this week. There was hardly a mention of the "crisis" that the royal commission on biiingiialism and biculturalism regarded, only a few years ago, as an immediate threat to the survival of Can- ada. Only near the end of the throne speech was there a brief reference to ihe Official Lan- guages Act and the govern- ment's intention to continue to further its objectives. EiLingual- in the federal public serv- ice wrs covc-ed in a sirgle ?en- 1 'trd rve a promise o.' lur-ier S.T.I: E to provinces to the promote bilingualism extent possible The Trudeau government's definition of "national the basis of the entire domestic program outlined in the throne speech, contained no reference at all to language and culture. The government now "assigns the highest priority to two pol- icy and so- cial." It was clearly the end of one era and the beginning of an- oilier in the new Parliament. Thc-e was a feeling, as well, tnat the casualties cf this dras- "If jusf keeps repeating itself America's titanic strength sapped WA fie. u HINGTON': The t the Lruted tocay. g cc-tiipre.i.-r.clng aJ istic, admirte-i by any ously ur.ctrstccTi: ;y the can pt'iple e rlsito- 'o Wasb- free ot panisarship. ar.d e of restcnsibiuty. sees By Bmce HntchUon, Fpecial coinmenlsior for FP Publications At h richest ar.d m nattM. ostensib'y t h e .d most in ecorded age. is tired. cf ceaseless reat De-resso-. the New line secc-r.d World ld V.ar. the Kcrean War, ban, missile cniscs. the ul- agony of the Vietnam r.d art i revol- that rises and fali birr tr.ese rc-Deaied ar.d blnen 'tUsappcir.t- ot tr.e PH.1-! exp.am -re t c-r. of t'-e r-Escrt ar.d rcduce results furune. nas been fc-rcec to re-rrogntiie. even more clearly. titar. its owz poLucai. social and problems have been tco r.erlected. squandered, its iLnances, mis- managed, its budge; distenced. its currency eroded, iis ta_irpay- crs exaspertiec. its wealth nus- ufed. its mirorlties inflamed. Tre president, any president, must redress the balance o: p-twer. abroad and at home, tot because Mr. to, and certainly rot as he had ex- p-eetecl L: his earlier clays, but because he has no alternative. That is why his second term o: otfice. with all these foreign and cC'tnesiic problems clamoring to- so.ucon. will be harder than the firs; the supreme cf ?ersor_a! success or failure c.'-tcept himself. tine c- failure of his ar.d oi Canaca. Over sirnpliiyui; such a huge and c-mriex curjo P: un- st'i.'ed. and maybe L-.soluble. the United States is new u-yirg- :o do. or. i larger scale, what Roman, trulitarr.- power seeped of Britain. Europe and the Neither the fo.-eign tor the do- mes-lc -.vere and Rome tell, leatnng i--r.ni it for some ten cen- turies. Can the Vnited States do tru-zks abou: LhroLizr.out the In a paraiie: h LTf :i cays of revo be Trve Amerlcari for si-r.e brosc is o: roTo-erl success, ed bL" reladvr.y cec-i of life or. along the froz: ihe p Mr. NiscTi's secorxi ;er.T.. secret, tbe so cii'.e Tre i? r.r or.'y :he 2: "_ Alrea be ster. to Letter to ths editc Missing in formation So'-h African cir.ond r v.rucri ia Lha: she :o ir.iorm w'r.a: "he average u for ard ;jr in :he African hcatton can provide such sta- tistics. The publication. Mining by S'tuth African departmer.l i! mir.es the total fi" and v r.r.r--; emrlo'-cd in bus burden. Viith a h soon ttle m.f see.) ro patience tic change of direction will be many, both behind the scenes and on the front benches of the government. When the new Parliament met for the first time, the cabinet still looked as if it a charmed life. On the front benches across ihe floor of the House there were new faces' to the right and left of Opposi- tion Leader Gillies. Wasmer, Hellyer others. Eut the prime minister, cjrjicinp; at the men on either hand, saw not a single new face, and many of the "second rank" nustsiers seated behind him were also veterans of sev- eral camp.-jgns. The survival rate among cabi- net ministers in the most recent campaign was almost as high the casualty rate among the pj-ty's ordinary ranks. But appearances can be de- ceptive, the thror.e speech be- trayed uhe fact that many of the beads which appeared to be se- curely in their cabinet slots last week rual already been severed1 Irom lite main body oi govem- r.tent rclicv. This was panicular- true In th.e cases oi tne Qiiebec v.ho h-Ed stood by ir. the sixties, in the cf c-r-.br. in EnElish- C.i-nit..; and irT the k.-.r. days of rte.igre poriularity i; The time that Cnrada was iiirch_jerl v.-ith their careers. Tryi-v to race with the tide of chimEe. Trudeau has left M.-rchnnc. Peilerler and en ihe beach. ar.d Pe'letier latched him on h.? pclineal career Li Ottawa at a time when to know Quebec wr-s so know everythirg that really mattered. Now" their charts ci every shoal and snal- low ir. Quebec are useless to the he sets a i> certru-ly not true for "arc Lalon.de. rhe new health r.iln-.-ten role in the pri-i? office sl-ce kept his political refutation in rr.Lnt condition. the aspects new unity" plat- will :v comutatec by Eng- mirisiers. Lalonde be the arcbitec; of the new serial His task: Nothmc tniut "a of crrm; in censulmtien with ube Tre references to in the throne speech, from the T-tdeau-Lilende combLnation thnt c'cxvd the book en "o-nperative federalism" in prc-.tdeti more evidence of ths pnime minister's pragmatic shirt him as smoothly as if h; were ?.ayutj wing to Tini.ieu-'s Tile pnume c' -i_vl :t wns ro-t onby his e txlit.ral jtyle but the total ol crvemment policy cur- ing his f.ns: term that created s.uh a of .'.-nr-n-ce Ln the rcb'uc mind. Ke oMious'y hcpes'that the new t- ;re ci ;be prime minister up v.ith -.he premiers give new temti a more ari involved atmos- Tr.v titil eifert ot the throne a uttl-tarlin u' sperui: porrosr-.ls taker trem 1'v-e. 2-n ?ve-ywhe-e. rv- t; Tnirlenu s The Letlibridge Herald jn n.ns for blacks is S231 LETHBRiDGE r.-l AN AN he 1'r- ur.c-hnile ure of i: 'i. 'n.ij, N a x-i.i. iiinl Ihroe ia China, Japaji ol Putos, r.fcahlc in prp-des- fnrce'l ml hi.in in in- and a new ls. Virtue correctly notes lhal black workers nr'e pivon free (ood rations each day. The mininu re- ciforl nh-nc cost of fecclme an African cilncr U (W.53 per jcar or creatly from wacei. paid to !o "10 rfl-1" rr IM11AN LeLaundge H. ACfVi, Gt 'THE HERALD SERVES THE SOUTH" ;