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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THt IHHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, June 2T, 1972 A BIG LIFT Crowds watch cs Iwo 100-ton cranes lower the 75-lon Maid of the Mist III down the side of the Niagara Gorge at Niagara Falls, Ont. The vessel, which will join two other Maids of the Mist plying the water be- low Niagara Falls, was too wide to be hauled down the narrow road to fts launching sire. Dief buffalo charge denied FORT SMITH, N.W.T. (CP) A charge by former prime minister John Diefcnbaker tliat buffalo were nm to death dur- ing a government financed roundup was denied today by the superintendent of Wood Buffalo National Park. Tom Smith, superintendent of the Wilderness Park, said in an interview there was no basis to the charge made in the Com- mons Monday. He said about 100 of lire buffalo rounded up by helicopt- er for anthrax innoculalions later died in a corral. "Some wild animals panic in captivity. They ran around and around and stomped some of tile weak, aged and young to death." Mr. Diefenbaker had asked northern development minister Jean Chretien for a report on the roundup. Can improve growth by 7980 Canada able to improve its standard of living MONTEDELLO, Quc. (CP) Canada is capable of achieving a 40-pcr-cent growth in output and improvement in Us stand- ard of living by I960 if it adapts readily to change and usos the right policies, the former chair- man of the Economic Council of Canada said today. Arthur J. R. Smith, now presi- dent of The Conference Board, told the 43rd annual meeting of Uio Electronic Industries Asso- ciation that the decade of the 1970s can show more growth than any earlier 10-year period of the 20th Century. The economy has already been expanding since the start of 1571, and "the current expan- sion appears to be developing real staying Dr. Smith ;aict. 'We have very large longer- term growth capabilities in the Canadian economy over the whole of the 1970s. "The estimates suggest that by 1980, if we were lo make rea- sonably full and increasingly ef- ficient use of our productive re- both human and male- ration as a whole could have access to more than worth of goods and services for every available in 1970, at 1970 prices." LESS NEED FOU IMPORT Moreover, Dr. Smith said, the potentials are greater now than they have been in the past for growth, based on the country's natural labor force growth, its own skills and capital, and less need for imports. "Tho scope for indigenous growth is unprecedented." He said, however, there are doubters who question whether the country really wants a tourists left draft dodgers in U.S. VANCOUVEB (CP) For every American draft dodger or deserter living in Canada or other countries, there are two who have remained in the U.S., Uie managing editor of a maga- zine published by American war resister In here. Canada said Dee Knight said Ihe number