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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Herald FOURTH SECTION March 1971 PAGES 29 TO 40 Feiv natives aware of wildlife refuge Miracle among rubbish spit in smogfilled New York city JUST LIKE HOME Lethbridge of the only windy city in the Chicago can lay claim to a few bluslery days of its own and Tuesday it was hold ontoyourhaf as gusts reached nearly 40 miles an at without head coverings found their hair swirling in all Talk runs ahead of action in debate on oil pipeline WASHINGTON CP The tioned off the oil leases fastestmoving drama in town these days is the debate over the Alaskan andor Canadian pipeline to tap the vast oil re sources of Alaskas North But as hi a bodly synchron ized the talking is run ning far ahead of the Now that the risks inherent in the original scheme for a transAlaska line have sparked understandable concern in Can the verbiage is burgeoning on yet another No one denies the potential for damage in the various But the note of ur gency running through it all somehow seems to suggest that irreparable damage to the envi ronment is going to be wrought next Tuesday unless something is done several octaves below this shrill one listens be heard calmer In they seem to be saying Cool There isnt going to be any northern pipeline anywhere for a long Although generally discounted or even unheard in the cavalry charge to rescue the northern environment in the nick of there is much in recent history to support the conclusions of these After discovery of the North Slope in an act that now seems auc leases fur qiismies of Japan hoped to start this spring to now piVd 11 build the 800mile line down jrtiumViuiiiVirg through Alaska to the year ij ana I hi j round Routes pour un pipeline An interior department report on the plan seemed satisfied that all was everything Panarctic to drill north well CALGARY CP Panarctic Oils is expected to start drilling another exploratory well this weekend in the Arctic and will probe what is believed to be the largest con vex rock fold in the The well is to be spudded at a location on the Fosheim Pen ninsula of Ellesmere Island about miles northeast of The where the drilliiij will take is es timated to contain feet potential hydrocarbon Panarctic President Charles i Hetherington says that geolo gists can determine in relative cient rock and as they proceed in a circle away from it they find the formations become in creasingly The old est formations are the most likely traps for fossil he He also said the Arctic offers certain advantages to geologists because there is no glacial resi due to cover up lie rock forma The dome to be drilled sticks up about The well is planned for feet in went wrong for proponents of the Alaska At public hearings on the pre liminary interior department re critics put up a good case ui charging The northern environment wiiuid be severely damaged the chiuns of native people in the had not been properly eon tillered the threat of earth quake hi that area was a vital rWideration that had been Inrscly overlooked the fleets of 11 KITS required to move the oil from Valdez would be a horrible On iwliiion to lhe Britisn jCnlnmbia and northwest I coast nl Thn new interior Rogers said there I be much more study be fore his department would ap I prove the There would be no Alaska pipeline i this only he made clear federal permits could not be i at least until Alaska na ntlitVIO TTTOT0 Cptflpfl TW By JOYCE EGGINTON1 London Observer Setvice NEW YORK Within the smoggy boundaries of New York there is a huge wild life refuge of few New Yorkers are It is en closed in the marshy crescent of Jamaica bounded by Kennedy Airport on one side and one of the less attractive stretches of Brooklyn on the A seven mile sandspit stands between the front of the Bay and the high breakers of the Atlantic On all oth er Jamaica Bay is sur rounded by Part of the shoreline is taken up by one of the citys garbage dumps a great wasteland of unidentifiable preyed up on by hosts of scavenging sea gulls who swarm down through air polluted by the black smoke from the Sanitation De partments monstrous incinera Almost everywhere else around the Bay is further evi dence of mans contempt for nature broken rusty beer shredded newspa pers and discarded motor Behind these acres of litter are the stark outlines of fuel tanks and gas Jamaica Bay is also the citys dumping ground for a quarter of a million gallons of sewage every day until it was re cently outlawed as a fire haz of the unwanted jet fuel and oil which Kennedy Airport spewed These past few years Jamaica Bay has suffer ed just about every insult the city can The ultimate Insult was con tained in a recent project of he Port of New York Authority which would have extended the runways of Kennedy into Ja maica Frustrated in its at tempts to obtain enough land to build a fourth New York air the Port Authority hoped to ease the congestion in the skies by spreading out the con crete complex of Kennedy into the To the majority of New York who know nothing about Jamaica the proposal seemed fair Some un doubtedly thought it less de structive than the recent expan sion of La Guardia where a lagoon once used as a pleasurable boating lake was filled in to create extra car park as a vociferous group of conservationists point ed the expansion of Ken nedy could have caused an ecol ogical disaster for despite the citys steady outpourings of effluent and excrement there survives in the heart of Jamai ca Bav one of the most valu able wildlife refuges in Amer The refuge takes up of the Bays making it well over half the size of the island of From the shoreline it is hard to judge the extent of the Bay because the marshes are so flat and and the sky so even in texture that the light plays tricks with In one direction the marshes look as endlessly bleak as a scene from Dickens in another the distance across them seems but a short step into Manhat n although this is at least Happily for the the iu miles as the birds Against National A c ad e my has Just the flatness of the landscape completed a detailed study the midiown skyscrapers stand which recommends leaving the out clearly behind the smbby skyline of Bay alone and concentrating on improving airport efficiency by The onlv way to reach the rescheduling a number of air heart of the Ba is to walk line departures and redesigning on footpaths across the marsh paths lead to in some of the We were hoping thai the Na Ics and creeks and tiny islands I tional Academy come up with lovely rural names like some kind of compromise Pumpkin Patch Silver Hole East High Mea dow and Yellow Bar Here among the reeds and beach grass live a wonderful variety of ducks and other wa ters including the rare glossy ibis a marsh bird once thought to be extinct in this area bu now breeding hap pily in Jamaica In iho bushes and willow trees are nests of snow bunt ings and even the first thrushes ever to be sighted in North Their arrival caused such excitement among ornithologists that a planeload of them flew in from Texas just to see BIRDS FLOURISH The birds nourish because salt constantly clean sed by ocean have a mar vellous way of turning human filth into nutritious food for wildlife and But no one is sure whether the overtaxed natural resources of Jamaica Bay can be taxed much more and still support this great nat ural Under pressure from conservationists the Port Authority asked the opinion of the National Academy of Sci ences before proceeding with the plan to extend Kennedy Air which would enabled us to use a bit of the a Port Authority spokesman but we shall follow the rec Now bird lovers have only to fight off a desire by tha Army Corps of Engineers to dyke off some areas of the Bay which become heavily flooded during stormy a pro posal which has much support among people who live around the Bay but which could also alter the ecology of the area and perhaps doom many spe cies of But again tha conservationists seem likely to As a result of all this recent publicity about the many New Yorkers have visited the area who never thought of do ing so It is possible to get there by travelling on a dirty New York subway train to the end of the Brooklyn Or one can drive through a se ries of monotonous working class past rows of identical cheap little houses designed by architects who must have hated people the ill made road punctu ated by traffic used car synagogues and Irish i Jordans Make It Happen We Put Fun Into Decorating Life Info Your Home With A Really Cool Collection of the Wildest Shags Youve Ever Seen DELAY URGED A government ciiiuji jn Vny in granting righiclwuy peinuu o bjild nn F intuit Acsla unil ci Ihornurh cnn fa n rm to Man hows ffim Bay Ajiku u Vuiei nrl Hewn Crnsidus MuLktiuie RIVUI valey to rxiing terms the age of the most an pipelines or Ho ex of dnmngp that niiglil result fion Inndinq ni o fonder Tltfet a Voldj and priirrj il down the Alberla wants Alhabasca link land claims were settled by a matter thrown out in last Congress and likely to several months before If the claims go hifare the courts delay could be much although the Ca n government has not for y nvilrted a firm policy on the Sv several ministers have c nnited their fears for the with the suggestion that a Canadian line down the Macken zie Valley to the Midwest he AUIIEE TO STUDY including the influen tial William ad of the Environmen lil Protection have this idea should be given Iknruugh Morton Rrpresentatives of the seven companies have an appoint ment in Ottawa next week to rtriiss the despite the fnct they are already so deeply i rnnvnitted fmancially to the Abka among the points that r iicht the notice of those who I think it will be a long time be 11 rany pipeline is is the 1 iu I that External Affairs Minis I Mitchell Sharp has declined i lo niter the Canadian route out I1 lali as an some observers here MLest that manv of the envi hazards inherent in I thf Alaskan North would apply to the Canadian Vin Canada has native in the zrea who would I to be And the pumping of hot oil through a pipehne embedded in nnadian permafrost is no less f threat than that in the per of oil a Oil irrci Of Alaska killed while helping wash dishes T e inu hans lli rl piwhiv liiii of fi s the Cana S ii n route would require as hpfiii in I n to and attract as r i up in i ii ii om the Alas Mi i1 I IIP incl nn h v p i as the New York Times iu rorPiTn liint i IP I i ponLs there is no need to nl HIP i u h it i in pinpoil lo run a of The oil of Pnidhoe Bay can nineyearold 01 rt wp noi in a substitute W E S T AP A boy died here when lie fell on MfKcn Val to llir a kitchen knife while helping ihcn j ihe dinner ii Pohce said Samuel Tartag he i niOM uuh of tlw fiivoKci lione was standing on a helping his wash The stool apparently slipped and the boy fell against a diih rack sending the knifcs 11inch blade tlirough his ihat mini prupusiik at ihe account Ihe huge fitld Ilia we anticipate developing in the oil One Great Canadian Oil is already produc He luulu this does not include the companies promoting the pipe line down the Mackenzie Val fn oil imported from other pins of the It is addi iiraal oil that the may require in but that time is this year or Until there is no longer a question of how it may be trans ported with the least damage to the there is every reason to leave it safe in its Arctic vault against the day of NOW SPECIALLY PRICED With Savings That Are Out of Sight during our great semi annual BROADLOOM SALE Now you can have as much fun dressing up your home as you do buying your new Spring Outfit Lei It Happen Put a Flair into Living with fashions as new as tomorrow bold and bright colorful and luxurious and liveable CAPTIVAT1ON Nylon Tweed nationally popular at much higher prices ideal for the budget minded 7 SQUARE YARD HANDIMAN RubberbackedNylon twocolour a natural for the doityourself THREE CHEERS A brilliant new eleven exciting shades all in 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