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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Pole painter Bob Melleky hangs 11 stories above New York's Rockefeller Plaza while paint- ing a flagpole. Melleky has been painting and erecting flagpoles for more than 20 years in a family business that his grandfather started. New York St. Patrick's is in background below. Macdonald answers Americans OTTAWA Energy Minister Donald Macdonald said Tuesday that Americans critical of Canada's foreign sales of nuclear reactors should take a look at their own export programs. United States through the sale of more than 20 reac- tors has put far more potential for plutonium manufacturing in the world than Canada he told reporters. Mr. Macdonald was ques- tioned about a CBC news item Monday which said that some United States in- cluding Senator Adlai Stevenson III are highly critical of Canada's program to export Candu nuclear reactors. The energy minister said he did not see the news item if the senator is criticizing Canada because of the sales we made he should look at his own program has created a far greater risk of the prolifera- tion of nuclear weapons around the an essential in- gredient in the making of nu- clear is a byproduct of the Candu but Mr. Macdonald said Canadian sales have been in line with international safeguard agreements. Canada was criticized in some quarters following the detonation earlier this year of a nuclear device by a country that has received much nuclear aid from this country. Mr. Macdonald said any allegation by Americans that Canada is interested only in selling is not true. Land freeze lifted in B.C. areas VICTORIA Farmland reserve plans for most of the populated areas of British Columbia have been filed with the land commis- sion and the controversial 16- month old agricultural land freeze has been lifted in those regions. Agriculture Minister Dave Stupich gave a progress report Tuesday on the work of the land which was a year old in May. Thir- teen of the 28 regional dis- tricts in B.C. have had their plans passed. Another 13 have submitted them to the commission and they are being reviewed by the environment and land use committee of the provincial cabinet. All these should be completely through the process by early September. Only district which will be late in filing a plan will be Mount which contains very little a commission spokesman said. It comprises a moun- tainous area of the coast from rivers to Knight Inlets plus the West Europe asserts independence BRUSSELS The nine Common Market countries have taken a strong anti-Greek stand on the Cyprus asserting their independence from the United States. The members of the economic union have been try- ing for years to develop a joint political with the kind of influence on world af- fairs that such individual member governments as Bri- tain and France had before the Second World War. The hope of gaining such in- fluence was a major reason for having Britain join the organization. The Cyprus crisis was made to order for the assertion of West European independence from the United States. The Greek military dictatorship is highly unpopular in Western it has had some sup- port from the Nixon adminis- tration Britain has a special status as a guarantor of Cypriot inde- and was working in both Athens and Ankara to avert war between Greece and Turkey. So the chairman of the Common Market Council of Ministers for the second half of took the lead in the Common Market debate on Cyprus. French Foreign Minister Jean Sauvagnargues announc- ed Saturday that French am- bassadors would represent the nine governments in a joint approach to Athens and Ankara. They accused the Greek government of respon- sibility for the coup that started the trouble in Cyprus. Sauvagnargues told report- think the community has shown that it can speak with a single can act usefully in a crisis and contribute to a peaceful Just how much the nine con- tributed is another however. The key to the ceasefire was whether Turkey would accept it And news reports from both Ankara and Washington made clear that Turkey's acceptance resulted from long and repeated telephone conversations Sun- day night between U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger and Turkish Premier Bulent Ecevit. northern end of Vancouver Island. The minister listed the areas which now have approv- ed farmland reserve All of Vancouver Island ex- cept Mount Waddington and Nanaimo all of the lower mainland and Fraser Valley east to the except for the central part around Peace Sunshine Coast and Squamish-Lillooet. HALT LOSS Mr. Stupich said in a prepared statement that the provincial government enacted the freeze Dec. 1972 a few months after taking office to halt the loss of acres of farmland a year to other purposes. The Land Commission Act passed the legislature a year ago despite prolonged controversy and a filibuster and the five-member commis- sion since been rapidly putting together a more refin- ed arrangement to prevent the dissipation of B.C.'s precious agricultural it will move on to work on its other preserving parks and buying land for housing and industrial said Mr. Stupich. There's Still Time... and there's still good reason to HIRE A Hundereds of students of all ages have obtained summer employment with the help of the Student Manpower Centres in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. But there is still a need for jobs for many students for the remainder of the summer. If you need help for a a or any part of the balance of the student holiday period CONTACT THE HIRE-A-STUDENT OFFICE IN YOUR Blalrmore Court House Bldg. Cardston M.D. Administration Bldg. Counsellors Phone Office Open Mavis Waimsley Dean Russell Shelly Matkin Lynn Baxter Linda Pavan Brenda Tlllsley Cheryl Davles 562-2633 Aug. 15 Claresholm Sr. Citizens' Drop-In Centre Coaldale Sportsplex Building Fort Macleod Town Office Picture Butte North County Rec. Office y. Plncher Creek M.D. Bldg. Box Terry Bond Taber Post Office Building Steve Lucas Elaine Conrad Milk River Town Office Marilyn Selk Vauxhall Town Office Maureen Yamashlta Lethbridge 424 7th St. S. Garrett Palmer and six staff members 653-4244 235-3977 345-3960 234-4425 732-4774 627-3433 223-3232 647-3773 654-2556 327-2111 327-2112 327-2113 Aug. 31 Aug. 15 Aug. 15 Aug. 31 Aug. 15 Aug. 23 Aug. 31 Aug.19 Aug. 15 Aug. 31 Franco fit to leave hospital MADRID Gen. Francisco Spain's 81- year-old will from his relapse and is fit enough to leave hospital this it was announced Tuesday. Hospital director Dr. Manuel Huerta Hidalgo told a news first since Franco entered hospital July he believes the general will from his illnesss. he can leave the hospital this week with complete safety and Hidalgo said. Hidalgo declined to set a firm date for Franco's release. There was intense interest here in whether the general will resume his powers as head of state when he is dis- charged. 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