Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Concerned About Policy On Foreign Ownership Monday, 13. 1970 THE U1HSRIDGE HERALD 11 Calgary MP Urges Government To Keep Hands Off Oil Industry OTTAWA (Special) A Calgary ill' has urged Ihe Fed- eral government to keep it's hands of the oil industry in ils upcoming policy regarding for- eign Ownership. Eldon Woohams, PC-Calgary- South, made the point in par- liament after Energy Minister Joe Greene answered questions about Ihe earlier government announcement on restrictions on outside control of Canadian uranium interests. Mr. Greene, following up an earlier announcement by Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau on the proposed sale of Den- nison -Mine share to Americans, told the House that foreign own- ership will restrict to 35-pcr-cenl of shares. Mr. said he asked his question because of the un- certainty caused by the While paper on taxation and Dennison mines move. SKKKS1NSUHANCK "1 should like to ask the min ister whealher he will assure the country now Ihal Ihe spec ial legislation which he ha mentioned will not apply lo Ihi petroleum industry of wcstcrr Canada which at present ha to bear quotas imposed by th asked Mr. Wcoliains. The minister said he was no able to give the assurance. He added that UK; prime min ister has announced thai th government is reviewing the en tire question of foreign owna ship of Canadian industry. "I am quite certain th; when Ihe decision is made, will be announced as prompt as possible in order that th industry and the enlrepreneu and investors may know 11 governments policy in this re- said Mr. Greene. But Mr. Wooliams wanted a definite statement made prior to the Easter vacation hi view of Itic effect on bussincss gen- erally and the slock market. "I am in no position lo make such an announcement, as 1 have slntcd, and T believe lhat the stock market, while it has its ups and downs has not been dclctcricusly affected by the government's policy in Iliis re- replied the minister. QUERIES STATEMENT Calgary South Liberal Pal Mahoney then asked Mr. Greene about a recent statement by Philip H. Trezise, of the S. economic affairs department, relating lo recent U.S. impori quotas on Canadian oil. He wanted to know if the gov- ernment agreed with the view that one of Ihe reasons for the tion is a lack of security of Luclen l.amoureirx to rephrase Kelt there is a shortage of emcr-' ''The National Energy Boaidj course, at any time it (eels or such a shorlage of supply il pipeline capacity lo (ill Can- supplies in western Canada.: his question, Mr. Mahoney asked j gency supplies in western Can-; is custodian of the public believes on the scientific infor- of coarse, cut off any exports aclian answered Ihfl When requested by speaker! if the Canadian government I adaV interest in thai regard, and, oflmalion available thai Ihere is i and divert Ihe available supply. minister.___________________ Biologists Suggested At Mines CALGARY (CP) Biologists should he assigned lo new coal mines in Alberta to sdvise in mine planning and restoration of ll-.c surface, says Tom 0'- Kcefe of Calgary, vicc-prasidcnl of Ihe Alberta Fish and Game Association. Mr. O'Kcefc met Friday with the Alberla Wilderness Assoc- iation, (he Calgary Fish and Game Association's pollution committee, provincial forest of- ficers from Red Deer and offic- ers of Canpac Minerals Lid., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Can- adian Pacific Investment. COLiC.MAN' TESTS SF.T The meeting was called lo dis- cuss Ihe effects that coal min- ing operations -wcsl nf Sundrc eoukl have on (lie winter range of elk and mountain shcop in the area 50 miles northwest ol here. H coincided wilh an an- nouncement by Canpac Dial il had found il uneconomic to de- velop coal (iposits in [he Elbow River watershed west of Cal- gary. The meeting was lold Ihal Ihe best coal-raining prospect for Canpac now is the Panther River area, near the Red Deer River adjacent lo Banff Nation- al Park. two seasons of prospect- ing remained to be done, dc- velopmenl of coking coal depos- its there seemed likely. Pros- pecting would also be dor.e (his summer alor.g the upper Liv- ingstone River, 40 miles north of Col em an. Mr. O'Kcefe said alreul 20 companies arc involved in coal prospccling in Alberta along the east slope of Ihe Kocky Mountains. Coal mining could prove economic at from sis to 10 sites. Canada, Gabon Friends Again LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP) Canada and Gabon today offi dally resumed relations, sus pended early in I5C8 after this liny Wp.st African country in vited not lo participate in a meeting o cducalion ministers of French speaking counirics. The breach was healed wit' (he presentation of crcdcnlial hy Canadian Ambassador Rvge Itousscau lo President Albcr Bernard Bongo, Have you considered how many varied and careers the Health Services offer the young man and woman of today? There are many different careers in the health field. Is one of them for you? NURSE A as professional nurse offers botli men and wcme'i a vaneiv ol opportunities. NURSING AIDE Mursing Aides provide services essential to Hie comfoit ar.d welfare ol patients in hospitals in Alberta, NURSING ORDERLY Recognized as an essential part oJ the nursing team; and the scope o[ his '.vorfc is increasing. DIETITIAN and exciting opportunities are oper.ir.r, up in the area of nut'ition, both in hospitals and in the de'cj of public health. PHYSICIAL THERAPIST AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST These aie both vital members of the medical rehabili- tation learn. They I-ave. an important role to p'ay in helping disabled persons to function at their greatest potential. LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST Thrcjgli micioscopic and baclenolojical sti.'tiy, Ihe laboratory (echno'crist obtains data for use in the diagnosis aid treatment of d-sease. 'Vli'-Ki X-RAY TECHNOLOGIST Because of the increased use of X-ray examinations there is a correspond ng demand for nia'e and female X-ray Technologists.- COMBINED TECHNICIAN (Laboratory and X-Ray) A scvci month academic couise followed by a year's hosptM internship combines theoretical and c'ir.icai training, Employment opportunities are many. DENTAL HYGIENIST AND AUXILIARY tmp'oynicnl opportunities are excellent in thcss careers. To see how some or all of these different services operate, visit your local hospital, Nursing Recruitment Week In Alberta Is March 28 Through April 4 MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARIAN The demand for Mcd'cal Record Librarians far exceeds Ihe supply. Health Careers Branch, Dept. of Health, Province of Alberla 402 Administration Building, EDMONTON, Alberta. ;