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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IFTHBRIDGI HEBAID Monday, Morel- 1071 B B iologisls oppose Banff project group "'Mint oplimuiu numbers of fact the group ol'jcetal to (he I proposal in a national park.'1 iologists can visit them without j hearings being lu'M in Calgary j ''Our society is currently rc- j impairing their value for' "in such a that the latter j viewing this situation the fiilure generation? is the ques-1 two interest groups are better intention of exercising what- lion which should he facing us not the Village Lake proposal iX'r se.'F Banff National Park was not inlemk'd lo MTVO as a Vicekond .sL'rvctl in terms of their oppor- tunity to ill than are the vast Crnuidian people." Tlie most signific; I1- recreations area for Culgtir- i national parks lhat lans or .is ''a niecca for f.icili-, scrvetl as eiuii'oinuontai eon- tics oriented interest groups! which ennbli'd measure- In downhill ever legal avvnncs are open In us to protect Hie national parks najcmty of heritage for al! Canadians." In its rec-ornnicixlations, the value of j society llio existing level Ihey I of ski development at Lake LciiLse should be maintained with visitor services providing for day use only and that the facilities be CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" CPCNews TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING trol ments of the depee to which mankind was modifying the scattered visitor natural environment. I consolidated. ''Their value for such com- It also said! public hearings pardons in the future may well dealing with national parks prove to be their greatest should be "sited in such a way fit to the brief said, j that as many Canadians as "We feel that the information i possible have a reasonable op- coneermng the potential ecolo- J pcrtumly to present their I gical and (or'i environmental I views." impact .s of (he Village Lake It concluded that no future Louise Ltd. proposal is pvore- development thai constitutes cjuisite for the serious consid- i an attraction in its own right era I ion of any development ibe permitted, in national parks. TELEVISION COOL CALLER Edmonton residenl Merv WesKvood tokes o b real her in the city's Queen Elizabolh Park lo play the dedicated employer keeping in touch wifh hi s secretory who is typing his doctoral thesis. STJLL HELD John Tho- mas Downey is still hoing held it prisoner by the Chi- nese for alloyed cspioiuiye. He has been a prisoner since 1952. The White Mouse has disclosed that President Nixon discussed Downey's case with Chinese officials during his visit to China. hal" as such is nou-existent NEW YORK (AP) Most hal designers agree tliot the Kaster tial" as .such is non-ex- istent today. Women no longer pay homage to spring by wearing one ex travagant concoction at Easter. 'For Easter, the Mardi Ciras is says hatter Mr. John There wilt he hats in the Easter Parade, but they'll have good lines." His best seller is a simple, small-crooned hat with a flexi- ble "winri-floMii" brim, selling aboul. At Adolfo, a large, glamorous but simple baku hat is most in demand. The brim is off the face, and it comes in all colors, retailing for At less-expensive houses, such as Betmar Hats Inc., sporty nautical-type hats are big: Cap- tain's berets with pom poms and gingham flip brim styles, priced at to Sll. The package fabric hats arc doing well at Mr. Martin, too, Striped and checked laffetas off-Uic-Jace brims sell frcra 57.30 to SH. They are set vrith elastic and tie cuds, so they can be v.-oni over wigs. Federal Conservative parly gearing for June election CALGARY (CP) The fed- eral Progressive Conservative Parly is gearing for a June election and M'ill have its cam- paign prepared by Buster, na- tional organization co orclina- tor Robert Thompson said here. "Everything in Uie House of Commons as as the acti- vities of the prime minister in- dicate a June election, so wo ere working on this assump- tion." Mr. Thomson made the pre- diction after the first session of a two day seminar with Al- berta party workers, The sem- inar was one of a series across the country al which campaign planners talk with regional workers on policy and lactics, ELECTION TOPICS Mr. Thompson said the Lib- eral policies on equalization grants and bilinpualism in the civil service will come under fire. ''Right now more than half the equalization grants are going to Quebec. The west is Jones lo carry NDP Inmiicr CALGARY David Jones, a geography professor at the University of Calgary, was nom in ate cl as the New Democratic Party candidate in Calgai-y Centre for the next federal election. 1 The nomination had esr'ier j been won by him over lawyer William Wultunec but Hi? na- tional executive of the party overturned it when they dis- covered 23 per cent of ;it t-hc firM meeting were ineligi- j ble to vote. Dr. Jones was unopposed the second time. gelling very little (rein pro- grams like regional expansion. "And our criticism of recent hiring patterns in the civil ser- vice isn't anli Quebec nt all. It just asks for fairer, better administration. :We think the language hir- ing and promotion policies set up by this go verntn ent a re vviong. vSenior civil servants have been closed out as far as anybody in Alberta is con- cerned-" Mr. Thompson said any at- tempt by the Liberals to stand on a policy of nationalism will not work in the west. "They don't dare come out with that here. If we had lo de- pend on the financial centres of eastern Canada for our develop- ment we would still be riding around in Bennett bug' files." But the basic campaign issues, he said, will be "thai ptcple say Trudeau has to go." "He is getting more obnox- KAKLY SERVICE Postal service to Western Canada svas first introduced in Shoots buffalo COLTON, Calif. (AP) A 700 pound buffalo escaped from an animal farm and fled Far s ix hours throu gh s t roe ts, backyards and across a free- (vay interchange before being shot to death by a sheriff's deputy. Police said they were forced to kill the animal be- cause they were unable lo find a tranquillizer gun powerful enough. ions to the Canadian peoplo every Hay." Anolher major part of the Consorvalivc at lack will he against the government admin- istration Ontario MP Harold Danforth of Kent-Essex says lias cost million a day for the lost five years, "Wo are going to point out Mr. Slanfield is a good admin- istrator who can cut that Mr. Thompson said. WISHING WELL SALE I THE MAJOR APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOICE (NOTHING TO BUY) DETAILS AT SMITH'S MAIL TKNT Medicine Hat's first post of- fice was located in a tout. DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE TO LEARN now to avoid the traffic patterns that lead to accidents' TO EARN two merit points in the demerit point system. NO TURN Broil both sides at Seal in juices, flavor. No spatlef. Klexf course commences WEDNESDAY, March 8 Community College. Four consecutive Wednesrfoy evenings. Compare You'll buy Wesringhouse Broad leaf tobacco- the richest, mellowest tobacco under the sun. ;