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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Government told to take stand on U.S. oil tanker route plans OTTAWA (CP) - The gov-enunent must reverse its "indecision and vacillation" and take a strong stand against U.S. plans for an oil tanker route down the British Columbia Coast, Conservativa House Leader Gerald Baldwin told the Commons Friday. . Mr. Baldwin (Peace River) said the tanker route between Alaska and Washington state would create an "exceptionally dangerous situation." A pipeline through the Mackenzie Valley in Canada to the central United States would be a reasonable alternative if adequate safety measures could be taken. The Alberta Conservative was speaking in debate on his motion asking the House to oppose the trans - Alaska pipeline system - with its tanker rout as the second stage-"because of thfi ecological dangers posed by this project to the people, towns and cities of British Columbia and the national resources of Canada's western eeas and coasts." The motion . urges that the government "immediately institute an indiependent economical and ecological feasibility study of alternative routes." Under House rules it does not come to a vote. Mr, Baldwin complained Uiat the opposition was unable to get answers "from this slippery and devious government" wMle cabinet ministers make conflicting statements about the tanker route and the Mackenzie Valley alternative. He called on Llie government to take the initiative in getting an inlernalional agi-eement on safety of oil shipments. One collision of a supertanker could turn the British Columbia waters into a dead sea. He was "thoi-oughly and completely opposed" to a pipeline anywhere in Canada until it was sure that it could be built with a "minimum of damage." That assured, tlie Mackenzie Valley route would be all right. SHOE REPAIRS ? BEST -A- FAST if CHEAP SHOE HOSPITAL 311 11th Street South Teacher classification negotiations to resume QUEBEC (CP) - Negotiations in the teacher classification dispute which has interrupted classes for thousands of Tired art wins fourth prize in U.S, show FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) -Frank Perry covered a canvas with violet and grey paint, backed the left wheel of his car over it, then made finger swirls on both sides of the tire imprint. It won fourth place in a show, sponsored by the Art Council of Southwest Florida. "It's my first and last work," said Perry, 61. "When I saw some of the abstractions that won in local shows, I figured I could do just as weU." WALKATHON "Ramble for Recreation" Spentered by the HILLTOPPERS GYMKHANA ClUB SUNDAY, MARCH 28th PICTURE BUHE to COALHURST - 16 MILES 6 SPECIAL AWARDS Furtiier Information Available From . MRS. ELSIE lUMLEY, P.O. BOX 642, COAIHURST Phone 327.9023 Entry Forms AvoTloble ot the Following: Recreotion Office, Picture Butfe; Recreation Office, Coaldale; Central School, NobleforcJ; General Store, Coalhurst; Dayman's General Store, Barons; F. M. Auction Mart, Fort Macleod; Doug's Music and Sports, and Elizabeth Ann Beauty Shop, Lethbridge. Proceeds to building fund for recreation development. the province's students will begin again Tuesday. The decision came after Education Minister Guy Saint-Piierre told the Quebec national assembly's public service committee hearing on the dispute Thursday that the basis of teacher classification could be widened. Mr. Saint-Pierre said a regulation of the current three-year teacher-government agreement which expires this year could be only one of many criteria used in establishing teacher classification. The regulation established standards of scholastic staitus based on the number of years of schooling teachers received. Teacher protests against the Lynn Wenbourae roping club head TABER (HNS) - Lynn Wen-bourne was named president of tlie Taber Roping (Jlub at the recent annual meeting. Others installed in office were George Holm an vice-president, Betty Schmidt secretary, Leslie Fekete Roping Club representative to the Southern Alberta Roping and Riding Club, and Pat Sparks barrel racing representative. After some debate, tlie club voted to withdraw sponsorship of t h e annual horse show held in conjunction with the May rodeo. However, the club will continue to sponsor an indoor rodeo in the fall. Members set March 20 as the date for the annual "beans and jeans" dance to be held in the Taber Centre auditorium. You have II ^ (so does the Boss and Landlord) Your Alberta Government has a lew that spells out your individual rights in working, looking for work, renting a suite, obtaining a room in a hotel or motel, or good service in a restaurant. Jk, The law says an employer can only ask certain questions when he talks to you about a job. Landloids cannot refuse to rent just because of your RACE, RELIGIOUS BELIEFS, COLOUR, ANCESTRY OR PLACE OF ORIGIN. Hotels, motels and restaurants cannot turn you away for any of those reasons either. But-Your boss or boss-to-be, landlord or the hotel, motel and restaurant operators also have rights under Alberta's laws. Their concerns have to be considered too! That way, rights work for everybody. Know YOUR Rights-and the OTHER FELLOW'S For Free Literature spelling it all out send this coupon to the people who make human rights work: HUMAN RIGHTS BRANCH, Alberta Department of Labour, Room 1007, 10808 � 99th Ave., EDMONTON, Alberta. Pleasesend me full information on Alberta's Human Rights Regulations, Name................................................-.......... I I Address........................,................., Town or City................................ Zone, 1 ll iniplementation of this regulation by a committee representing teachers, school boards and government were partially responsible for the walkouts. Teachers have requested that rights acquired in earlier negotiations with local boards be taken into consideration when pay scales are established. The government suspended proceedings of the classification committee when teacher walkouts began Jan. 2S. In its place the government proposed that the education department take over teacher classification. Yvon Charbonneau, president of the 60,000-member Quebec Teachers Corporation, said the province's three teacher groups would return to direct negotiations with management Tuesday. DEEP THOUGHT - American acfor Marlon Brando, with his hair drawn back into a ponytail, makes a picture of deep thought at Heathrow Airport in London. He was leaving for New York. He has been working in England on a new film, "The Nightcomers." in which he stars as an Irishman. Express hope TORONTO (CP) - Canada Manpower officials estimate that 360,000 Ontario high school and college students will be looking for work this summer and are reasonably hopeful about placing the majority of them. John NeUes, superintendent of operations, said here a "healthy situation"' is anticipated. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30.DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION f^MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Avt. S. Phene 328-5447_ Saturdoy, March 13, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - H, Girls 16 allowed contraceptive pills LONDON (Reutcr) - Girls of 16 have been told they can take contraceptive pills supplied by Britain's National Health Service without any fear of their parents or family doctor being informed. In a leaflet scheduled to be distributed in schools, universities and youth clubs, The Family Planning Association says any dialogue between teenagers and association doctors is strictly confidential. The pledge follows a recent case in wliich a Birmingham doctor appeared before the gen- eral Medical Council accused of informing a yowig girl's pai-enls that their daughter v.'as on the pill. The doctor was found innocent of ^professional conduct and the association feared this w 0 u 1 d discourage teen-agers from attending family-planning clinics. TALL A.S HOUSE The remains of a duckbill dinosaur recently uncovered in California show the creature stood some 25 feet, about as tall as a two-storey house. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Tractors-Trucks Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER - BRASS - RADIATORS - BATTERIES - CAST IRON etc.- Truck Loads - Carloads Truck Scales - Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" Announcing The OF OUR mN TOYOTA DEALERSHIP TUESDAY, MARCH 16th PANCAKES SERVED On Opening Day From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CJOC REMOTE BROADCAST Keep tuned to 1220 Radio Another link irt the forever expanding chaini of Toyota dealers coast to coast. Why is Toyota expanding so rapidly? Simple. Toyota is just keeping pace with the increasing demand for Its quality line of cars. The Crown, The Corona, The MK II and the famed Corollas. When you're one of the largest cor manufacturers in the world, you have a world wide repufatioo to uphold. So whether it's a dealership In a major city or on� In the country, Toyota makes �ure that each mir- rors the Toyota reputation for quclily and service. We cordially invite you to otiend our Grand Opening and see the complete line of fine Toyota cars. MILK RIVER ALBERTA Madge Equipment Ltd Phone 647-3838 ;