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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THl LHHIRIDOI HERALD Saturday, July 59, 177J--------------------------- 'Logical, beiieficiaF to send water south NEW YOHK The transmis- sion of Canadian water lo the U.S. called "inevitable" by nnc of the world's leading walor authorities. Dr. Alid Wolman, professor rmeriius of sEnitary engineer- ing, the Johns Hopkins Univer- sity, said in an interview pub- lished in Journal American Wa- ter Works Association (hat the arrangement would be "logical and beneficial" and that only political considerations were now stopping the immediate working out of long-term rela- tionships. "The quantities of water In Canada are so prodigious that they couldn't possibly he used locally even with the maximum estimates that the Canadians have Dr. Wolman "More important than this Is Is the fact that the water that would be needed In the U.S. at some future date 2010 is not great in amount." The water would be needed, Dr. Wolman said, only to meet "peaking demands." It would not be necessary on a continu- ing basis but only during dry periods. Percentagewise, it would provide only per cent or 2 per cent of the total water used. Pointing out that by Import Ing Canadian water as a sup- plement, the U.S. wouldn't have to provide surplus water for its rare dry periods, Dr. Wolman said, "Facilities would be built for normal times, and that sup- plement (which incidently Is so small that it wouldn't worry the Canadians either) would be ready for emergencies." Dr. Wolman noted that the Idea of water quantity was taking a back Beat to water quality at the present time, but India ratifies treaty NEW DELHI (AF) India ratified today the peace agreement reached by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and President Zulfikar Aii Bhutto of Pakistan, paving the way for an exchange of territory captured during last December's war. President V. V. Giri, the con- stitutional head ol state, signed the official documents symboliz- ing India's ratillcation, 13 days after Bhutto endorsed the pact with the approval of the Paki- stan National Assembly. Under the agreement India Bill return square miles of territory captured in West Paki- stan last December, nearly all of it in the Sind and Kutch de- sert regions, while Pakistan will return 69 square miles of Indian territory. ..CHIEF MOUNTAIN. SODDING____ LANDSCAPING VINYL COVERED CHAIN WIRE FENCE For Mora Information Contact D. CRAIG PORTER Ulhbridge Ph. 328-0924 he emphasized I hat quantity was still important and thot studies were needed during the coming years on future sup- plies. "We IIHVR nny number of jios- Qiarolais? DENVER C.olo. (AP) The steer that became the scandal of the 172 National Western Stock Show here will go on the auction block within two weeks officials announced Friday. Big Mac was entered In the Denver show as an Angus. But, after winning grand champion ribbons, Big Mac's glossy black coat faded to white. Questions about Big Mac's li- neage arose. Charges that Big Mac was n while Charolais with a black dye job were levelled. MacDonald's Hamburger Sys- tems, which paid a record a pound, or for Big Mac, received a refund on or- ders of the show judge. slbilities In our own country which need to be he said. "Where Is the water? Where do wo want it? Do we want to impound it? Do we want to transmit It over long distances (a technique In which we are very experienced and which from an economic stand- point is frequently quite The delay in Importing Ca- nadian water was only tem- porary, Dr. Wolman said. Im portation was inevitable, but he branded as false the idea that the U.S. would ever want one of Canada's whole rivers. "We don't need it, and never he said. The magazine In which Dr. Wolman's interview appeared Is the official publication of the American Water Works Asso- ciation, a non-profit scientific and educational society which states its objective as "improv ing water for the 200 million people served by community water supplies in the United States, Canada and Mexico." ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL Mrs. Barbara Eagleton, wife of Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton, stressei a point during en Interview in her hotel luite, in San Francisco. Mrs, Eogleion, while on a visif to the Bay Area, refuted a columnists report that her husband hod a history of drunk driving by calling it "preposterous" and "absolute- ly not trus." (AP Wirephoto) Five-point edge in tourney DEAUVILLE, France (Reu- ter) Eric Murray and Sammy Kehella of Toronto won the bridge Tournament of Champions here today with a clear five-point edge. They finished first over-all de- K