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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE ICTKBRiaGE March Staiiticld buck passing Student program criticized OTTAWA CP The govern ment is ready to spend million to create jobs and travel opportunities for about mil lion students coming out of um and high schools this spring But when it announced Ihe prcgram the govern ment gave no immediate indica tion of how many students will benefit About jobs prov ided last year under similar programs and State Secretary Gerard coortlinator of the nine separate said that twice the effort will go into tliis years He said the federal public service will provide The federal student predicted for several weeks and out in cooperation with tne was criticized se verely by opposition spokesmen in the Commons for being too little too SAYS SEVEN EXIST Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said seven of the nine programs are already in exist In a lastrrinute he the government has dumped the responsibility on municipalities and local agen The government evidently feels it can get away with pass ing the buck as it is passing the bucks at the same Stanfield said it is absurd puffery to suggest that students would be assisted by the Pelletier had said that as many as students would be assisted by four programs in his depart ment costing These programs would provide travel and other From this million would be made available to vol untary organizations for an op portunitiesforyouth and the remainder would go to language train ing and other Among the other programs The defence department wil provide rdlitia training ant works projects for up to students the health department will provide jobs for some including some WO athletes who be awarded educational of up to and some IX students who will be em loyed in a drugabuse survey be manpower department will lelp about university stu ents work in Europe under an ntematioiial exchange pro In making the Prime Minister Trudeau told K Commons that more than 00 student employment centres be m At a news conference follow ing the cabinet ministers declined to estimate K number of new jobs that rould be created through the Asked why students are not being given the tempo ary jobs involved in the census Check Capitoll Before You Buyl CARPET end LINO Complela Installations Free Estimates No Obligation PHONE 3278578 Capital Furniture The Carpet House of the South Flood control or Crowsnest EDMONTON The provin cial cabinet has approved a channel improvement pro ect to prevent possible flood ng on the Crowsnest Hiver near The agreement calls for the own of Blairmore to award a contract for work to be done on he river this Beg director of water resources for the province said Tuesday the work will in volve clearing away gravel deposits near tributary streams entering the Crows nest Kiver and channel deep ening to improve the riverr He described the curren jroject as maintenance o TOrk done in the past on the river which had deterioratet as a result of spring flooding It will also help alleviate the mcreasing ground water table in the Bailey explained tha Blairmore will be responsibli for seeing the work carried ou with technical assistance t come from water ABORTIONS JUMP AP For every five live births hi Or egon in there was on therapeutic That rati abortions to every live released Tues day by the Oregon board o Manpower Minister tto Lang said it would not be ir to restrict these jobs to su But they would be const ered along with In his the prime linister said the program has drawn up so as to avoid ompetition for jobs between ucients and permanent mem Xrs cf the labor He are saj in to ic youth of Canada that we are impressed by their desire to ght pollution that we believe hey are well motivated in their oncern for the disadvantaged that we have confidence in leir value We are also saying that we jitend to challenge them and ee if they have the stamina and selfdiscipline to follov through on thencriticism and EXPECTS RETURN He said the government ex wets a valuable return on the money it Referring to the program to aid travelling Tru ieau said there is a positive am leneficial value in such travels Because national unity is a Toduct of national understand ing and national The program includes assist ance to communities organizini and operating aloni vith a series of roadside servic kiosks to provide information and But Defence Minister Donal Macdonald told the news con erence that armories will no be used as hostels this year fo expected studen schools will be The federal contribution t ransient youth services is esti mated at QUESTIONS TIMING David Orlikow peg North said that by an louncdng the program the government is giving voluntary organizations five to eight weeks to develop Nothing cculd be more ridic ulous than to expect that really useful projects will be devel oped in that When the summer is he we will find that a good deal of the money went for the same kind of useless pro jects which we saw operated by the Company of Young Canadi Creditistc Leader Real Caouette said the government is applying bandaids to serious The students expect ed SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS Cepocol 14 Suggested list SPEC1AI FACELLE Royaie Facial Tissue PLUS SANITARY NAPKINS I i 48 SPECIAL MAGIC MOMENT Foomin Hair Color SUGG LIST I FEMININE DEODORANT 3 vpS 3 spray mist spray or list 1 SPECIAL VICKS VAPORUB 57 o list SPECIAL Open Daily 9 to 9 Open Sundays and Holidays 2 lo 4 and 7 to 9 VICKS FORMULA 44 Cough 3 list SPECIAL Super Savings Everyday At r j a Henderson defends EDMONTON CP The benefits to Alberta of the Bennett Dam on the Peace River far outweight its Health Minister Henderson told the Al berta legislature During debate on a Progres sive Conservative opposition wnich criticizes the Al berta government for improper management of Alberta re sources in connection with the Henderson said the dam has provided major flood trie power generation benefits not realized by many Henderson s a i d he did not object to statements that the dam will affect the ecology of the Peace and Athabasca Rivers the province had little control over the delta because most of it was within the boundaries of Wood Buffalo National which comes under federal jur He said his major complaint was that many published ob control and possible hydroelec1 jctions w e r e based on ical A Death of a published by a group of biologists and ecol did not consider all as icets of the he Henderson defended the overnments action in gaming lood control benefits and ivdro potential without d i s m i s s ing opposition state ments Alberta had been out Mgotiated by British Colum jia in discussions on the pro The o p p o s i tion moved by Conservative Leader Peter also suggests he legislature direct the prov ince to seek an agreement with compensating Alberta for damages to cover the costs of remedying the effects of tho ENGAGED The White House today released this official picture or and her fiance Edward Finch Cox who are engaged to be married June uuiu Nixon Grammy awards made i HOLLYWOOD AP Simon and Garfunkels Bridge Over doubled Water has won T T album and song of the year and js the best contemporary he bestengineered recording Srammy the the bestaranged vocal ndustrys counterpart of novies Oscars and brother and ballad were ho The goldplated in two as bsst atures of an oldstyle horn artists of the year and for went to the song contemporary vocal per day night as the best by a group or Cj Vr EDMONTON CP economic situation of pro as fulltime agricultural and that this has to be commissioner has been such because Alberta de success the government is on areas outside its bor iously considering appointing a seccnd for most of its On the grain stabilization ure Minister Henry Huste Ruste said he he legislature During a review of his departments activities during the ast Ruste said concerned that instead of educing its support to the federal government iould be increasing it because appointment last year of Harry Hargreaves as agricultural rado commissioner has been highly successful and the commissioner had travelled extensively to promote Albeita mainly in the still is a major conomic factor to He said he was disappointed lat the stabilization fund promsal would mean the eliminaion of federal payments to the Canadian Wheat Board under the temporary wheat reserves rim Under the act the federal We now have to look paid storage having two such trade to the board on grain excess of 178 million bushels Rustes speech took 1 each hours to deliver at Alberta suggested regular adjournment time the federal in 10 30 he adjourned of the should assume debate to enable him to complete his review at a later responsibility for storage on a basic grain storage of 35C It was the longest speech bushels a far during the monthold Ruste said Alberta be the people of Canada The wideranging speech support this food banl ered the departments than the in crop and role in the consultative process with the federal agriculture department on new or contn agricultural CP Mr Ruste read into the Jean Luc federal min The second Grammy for their recording of Close 0 Flip Wilsons The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress was judged tie best comedy The 13th ennusl Grammy awards of the National Acad emy of Recording Arts and Sci ences honor creative achieve ment in recording during EVENT TELEVISED The presentation ceremony was televised live for the first Andy Williams was master of ceremonies at the Palladium For Beatles Paul Mc Cartney attended and was pur sued by shrieking camera flash ers as he ran to his car in the parking lot with his wife Linda after the McCartney had collected the Grammy for himself and Bea tles John Lennon and George Harrison as composers of Let it The song was honored as best original score written for a motion picture or TV Other awards included Best contemporary vocal per female Dionne War Ill Never Fall in Love Again maleRay Ev erything is Best rhythm and blues local female Aretha Dont Play That Song male The Thrill is Best country vocal perform female Lyn Rose Garden male Ray Fort he Good Best country song My my my Wife by Marty Best jazz small groups or soloist with small group Bill Alone large group or soloist with large group 1 per acre for grassland OTTAWA CP Extension of a supplementary agriculture department estimate to cover implementation of the agricul ture stabilization board was ap proved Tuesday by the Com mons miscellaneous estimates Agriculture Minister Olson said the estimate of million was not an addition to previous but rather an extension of the He said the payments to farmers for converting wheat acreage to grassland would stall this year on the basis of per acre the year they con vert and S5 the following year after inspectors are satisfied the land is being kept out of Answering Gordon Ritchie Olson said his department projects that million acres will be converted in about acres the following year and a further one million in There is a limit of four mil lion acres in the threeyear pro He said there is no certain way of estimating what the pddd forage land woud mean in terms of increased cattl Curbs planned on antibiotic OTTAWA CP The federal food and drug directorate an nounced Tuesday an impending restriction on use of the anti biotic chloramphenicol in ani as sistant deputy health said residues of the drug may remain in food products from treated animals and this is cause for concern because the drug can have severe effects on blood cell structure of Weather and road report on ABOVE SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET II Lethbridge 22 37 24 35 22 32 4 L Prc Medicine Hat Edmonton Banff Vancouver Prince Albert Saskatoon Swift Current Moose Jaw Regina 24 46 30 34 18 35 20 32 19 37 26 32 16 13 Toronto 50 32 New 69 37 62 Lcs Angeles 51 41 51 43 50 40 52 33 53 46 40 50 Moscow 18 30 41 42 57 Lellibridge Medicine Hat with some snow flumes to mid Winds Highs 33 40 overnight luws Columbia with some cloudy Winds Highs 4550 over night lows Miles Bitches ships C o m m TO a YOUR AND REXALL DRUG STORE 702 13th Street North Phone 3270340 SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS ord proceedings of the agncul tural outlook conference m Ot tawa last January and took the conservative oppo I sition to task for failing to sug i viable alternatives to pre jsent piovincial agriculture Its obvious the opposition cant come up with anythin1 j constructive because they don i know the subject Mi Ruste The agriculture minister speaking at time to onlv 2 members in the 65seat legisk said the provincial deparl ments emphasis on the mar keting cf produce is Icadin in Canada Rcforrmi to many change taking mace in agriculture such as the new federal stabil ration procam and the feder report on the future of agricul ture in the next Mr Ruste of the chances have taken place manv joars Mo if our loaders had acted instead of just We cant return to the lath j or 1ith centurv in Mr Rulc manv existing national agriculture programs make un a nrtchwork because thev wtre invilementCd during timos of TIMS in certain his major concern was to improve ister of trade and commerce todry announced major contracts for shipbuilding yards in and Saint Pepin made the an nouncements at a news confer ence here where Port Weller Dry Docks reported the signing of a million order to build two freighters for a Brit ish shipping Pepin said the Lauzon contract was for the construc tion of three ton to be built at a cost of mil The the largest ships ever lo be built in were ordered by the Vaidmoy annis group of Pi from Davie Ship building of said The other involving three petroleumprod uct was signed last wocK but net made public until be ORDERED BY FIRM The to be bull by Saint John Shipbuilding and Dry Docks were ordered by Rsso Tanker Inc of New IVpin told the con fereme that a combination of circumstances led to the orders deirand for the Ca nadian capacity to meet the de the temporary federal shipbuilding assistance pro financing by the Export Development and Cana dian shipbuilders reputation for He said We can not be sure that such circumstances will occur particularly because the pro gram is a temporarv So the companies must aggres sively pursue world and domes tic They should place extra em phasis on re search and development and seek out areas into winch they might INVESTIGATE THE PIVOT SYSTEM MOST VERSATILE SYSTEM ON THE MARKET Electrically powered to maintain constant speed up or downhill Reverses direction at touch of a bullon More even water distribution throughout the entire system For full details contact GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES for Canada OTTAWA CP Senator Donald Cameron IndLAl borta said Tuesday in a Senate debate on the film industry in Canada that the industry is a field of potentially expanding enraoymcnt as well PS an im portant cultural He suggested the Canadian Film Development which in vests in film productions in should have ils fund at COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 3273165 AlBERTA BOX 1202 OFFICIAL AS AT TODAY COURTESV OF AMA Highways 36 and 61 are mostly bare with patches of packed Highway 3 from Taber to layer of packed There is a thin layer of packed snow in i the Pincher Station Highway 6 is mostly covered with packed Highway 25 has a thin layer of packed Highway snow to Picture Trans Canada Calgary to Banff re ceived 2 inches of new plowed and sardcd Banff to Rcvelstoke is m good winter driving condition with slippery sections BanffRruiium and Banff Jasper are in good winter driving condition with a few slippery CrestonSahno highway re ceived 1 inch of new Motorists are advised to watch for slippery sections and fallen PORTS ENTRY Opening anil fusing Coults 2i hours Canvay 9 to 6 Del Bonita 9 a to 6 9 to 6 21 hours PorthillRykerts I to Chief Mountain 8 to 5 ;