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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKBRIDGE HERAID Wednnday, July 12, 1972 .C.-Washington sign 'pact' to fight oil spill pollution DOUGLAS. B.C. (CP) Pledging to wage an International battle against oil spill nollutiuii, Premier W. A. C. flennctt and Wasliington Gov. Pan Evans signed a memorandum of co-operalion in ceremonies at the Canada-US, border. B.C. Attorney-General Leslie Peterson r i; a d Lho memorandum to about 150 persons wno gathered to witness the signing, He said the program of cooperation would create an integrated control and commimi' cation system and establish traffic patterns and approach procedures for determining the times, places and methods of transporting oil-It would include a monitoring and inspections system, a data bank to provide technical and scientific information and joint plans of action to oil spills. A lask force of govern ment representatives will be appointed and lira lei-eial governments of both countries encouraged lo participate. Discussions leading lo the memorandum stemmed from an oil spili at the Atlantic Richfield Co. oil relincry aL Cherry Point, Wash., June 4 which fouled beaches in southern B.C. Premier Bennett said B.C.'s S24.2 million disaster fund will be used to finance the B.C. share of costs involved in the program. Mr. Bennett said he doesn't expect many civil service jobs will have lo be created for the program because existing pollution control staff and equipment will be used. The disaster fund was established In 1969 out of revenue surplus funds. Both Mr. Bennett and dismissed the claim by Environment Minister Jack Davis that the agreement was of lil tic use bcKiiisc such agree-mcnis como within, federal jurisdiction in Canada and the US. "That is partisan politics and it has no place said Mr. Bennett. "The oil doesn't lap at the national added Mr. Evans. The premier also denied a charge by B.C. Liberal leader David Anderson that signing the agreement meant accepting the idea of heavy coastal traffic of tankers carrying Alaska oil. Mr. Bennett said the B.C. legislature made clear to the tanker traf fie. "Our opinion lias not he suid. "Rut we arc in a position of a person wilh a home: You do everything you can to make sure it's safe, and, if something happens, you take insurance, and if a fire starts, you have firefighters there lo help." At a brief news conference, Mr. Bennett and Mr. Evans said private enterprise would pay for oil cleanups. Gov. Evans said Washingon would introduce a per-barrel surcharge on all oil entering the state to provide spill-fighting funds- Mr. Bennett said B.C. has no intention of introducing such a surcharge. B.C.'s share of spill fighting costs would come from the disaster fund, but added that industry would have to meet some expenses on an unspecified basis. After the ceremony, Mr. Bennett and Mr. Evans met for haH an hour in what was termed by Mr. Evans' aides as the first business meeting in history between a Washington governor and premier of B.C. Mr. Evans said later that at Mr. Bennett's request, the International task force will be enabled to expand its areas other than oil spills. No other areas were specified, but in his remarks. Mr. Evans suggested B.C. might be able to participate In a Pacific Northwest Regional Commission now being developed- This commission, involves J'dalio and Oregon. Both the premier and the governor made clear they were not entering Inlo a formal inter-nalional agreement, explaining that only their federal governments could do this. "Due to Ihc division of responsibility H formal legal agreement cannot be made Mr. Bennett said. "But the action we are able to take is truly significant and historic." The governor added that, whether agreements arc formal treaties or only signs of cooperation, they are "only as good as the willingness of the parties concerned to fully live up to them." He predicted that B.C. would completely live up to tho memorandum signed Monday. During Ihe ceremonies, plain-clothes RCMP members were busy with videotape and other photographic equipment, for tlicir files the faces of the crowd witnessing tha ceremony. An RCMP spokesman Bald the photography operation Is standard for such public gatherings "these days." Edmontoi EDMONTON (CP) City council has agreed to ask the transport ministry lo develop a satellite airport for aviation training and recreational flying, currently undertaken at the city's controversial industrial airport just north of the downtown area. The council agreed without debate to recommend aviation policy as presented by the city air study committee. The committee's proposals came after examination of a nine-volume report based on a federal study of aviation in the Edmonton region. In approving the recommendations, the council also goal to adopt a policy to change tha industrial airport into a special-purpose facility to service business and commercial aviation. The airport, surrounded by residential and industrial districts, has long been controversial wilh proponents arguing that it is too convenient to be abandoned. Opponents have said its centr.il location Is too dangerous and thrt it 1." too heavily nscrl for an cider, smaller facilily. seeks permission, lo return home PARIS (AP) Melina Mer-couri's mother died Monday in Greece, and the actress is asking permission lo return to her homeland for the funeral, friends said today. Miss Mercoun is an outspoken opponent of the Greek military regime, which stripped her of her citizenship in 1967. Tlu-ee months ago the regime allowed her mother to bring her father's body home from London for burial but refused to aumit Miss Mercouri with them. Miss Mcrcouri's father, a former mayor of Athens, died in London In June, 19S7, two months after the coup in shortage TORONTO (CP) Non-emergency operations were postponed in all Toronto hospitals today Red Cross blood supplies dwindled to half their normal reserve. A Red Cross spokesman described (he situation as "almost crucial" and urged the public to attend donor clinics set up across the city for the rest of the grant for Nakusp OTTAWA (CP) The transport department lias announced a grant to the municipality of Nakusp, B.C., as the federal contribution to construction of a new airport to serve the town-Nakusp is near Nelson in the West (JjMkjZMd; WILDERNESS TRAILS More and more people are seeking advenlure or peace of mind on Ihe wilderness Irails of the Rocky Mountains. For a colorful look al these remote but appealing trails, reod J. A. Kraulin's story Ihis Salurdoy-IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND STUDY Registration in adult education courses throughout Quebec totalled in a six-percent increase over 1970. Prices Effective in Lethbridge July 12-15 COTTAGE CHEESE 2% M.F. or Larga or Small Curd Creamed. 32-oz. net wt. ctn. Super Saver 65' B.C. CHERRIES Dark Sweet Canada No. 1 PEACHES California Canada No. 1 GRAPES Thompson Seedless Fresh VY Ib. WATERMELON Oh, my has Safeway got 'em Thumpin crisp, red-ripe whole NEW CARROTS Calif., Canada No. 1 Grade Cello bag Green and crisp Canada No. 1 Grade Now available at Safeway. A compilation from lha Worth Commission Report on Educo- Supplies For Home Canning and Freezing Buy ahead Safeway has o large selection of JARS, FITTINGS, CAPS, LIDS, RINGS, FREEZER BAGS, TUBS, ETC. DON'T FORGET CERTO, CERTO CRYSTALS, SPICES AND VINEGAR FOR PICKLING. Tomato........... 11 fl. oz. btle, Heinz Products at Super Savers Ketchup for I Spaghetti A age .e 14 fl. 01. tin for W W Baby Food Fresh Do nuts Skylark Sugar, Snowball, Old Fashioned Mix or Match J Pkg. of 12 mm for TfT Super Savers in Household Needs in. Cashmere Bathroom I ICCUP White, Pink, Yellow 1 500-1 ply, 6 roll pkg. Each in Tomato Sauce 14 fl. oz. tin Strained or Junior, assorted (Except moat dnrs.) or. tin Towels Napkins Seal Wrap Freshener Scott Paper, aist. colors 250-1 ply 2 roll pkg. Each Scott Paper White or Rainbow Plcg. of 180......Each Eiso Stretch 'n Seal 11 "t 100' roll Each Florienl Air 6 Scenti 6-oz. net wt. tin Each SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITE We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities Edwards Reg., Fine or Elec. Perc "1 rtfc Grind......Vac pnk 2-lb. tin v I ALu 4 f- OH BLENDED JUICE 89' CHIP DIPS ffi DEEP BROWN BEANS 5 Town House ?'.'cn iv'li 14 oz. net wl. tin) for I TROPICAL PUNCH 3 95 ADANfiFQ A QQC linlv U tw Jad8 TemP'B 10 fl. oz. tin "jf for PEACH HALVES 85' LUNCHEON MEAT 3 1w ;