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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta veterans jared statement issued by the lepartment, that a Canadian jipeline route would require ex- -ensions east and west to the U.S. Midwest and West Coast .nd "inevitably, much actual disruption of the environrnenl vould result." But he conceded in an inter view that the extensions ac tually would have a small im pact since they could share rights-ot-way already carrying oil pipelines from Canada- ADMITS ONE ANGLE His statement made no men ion of the unavoidable impacts on Alaska's Prince William Sound or other segments of the tanker route that would be needed to haul oil from the pro- posed pipeline's southern end Valdez to ports on the U.S. Wcs Coast. Explaining this omission li the interview, Pecora said: "I has not been shown that chronic minor spillage (of oil) does any actual damage." Interior's nine-volume env3 ronmental impact statement, is sued Monday, says there wouli be chronic spillage resulting ir "a gradual build-up and accu mulation of pollutant hydrocar bons" in the water. MEDICAL HOSPITAL dfj.-r f! t fvjtlb ef er 7O fftnt ft 1100 la S 6.COT ft'iti ir> ihe EATIV BONUS QM WS4 foil Vim Mtf 24 1372, Dati t, ENCLOSED li roy orrfir lo THE SHRINE-LION SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION fcwird the tolbmt Ks.ef ticfctli (duck II S IkJiU 520.00 H snctAL BONUS 12 Uiktrt JZ5.0O WINNERS OFFEB.14th DRAW f, FflANK BIM5HIE, y. fHtRlwn.V ANJIE MAYHEW, Edmonton, Alt', LYLE ZA P. B EA7DH, Rufanif, B.C. W F KEITH fiC, VffUTIFlSUKOHSKI, Alaska oil pipeline pill risk greater Four to ski in far north CALGARY (CP) For m othor reason than to put a littli 'romanticism" back into ex ploration, four Calgary men an planning to ski 500 miles acros EUesmere Island, tile mos northerly in Canada. The men expect to start their expedition early next month anc take a route from Eurek weather station to Alert. Thei trip will start at sea level reach a height of feet over the ice cap and return them t the coast. The team consists of geolo- gists Oiris de Vries, 30, anc Don Gardner, 25 John Calvert, 28, and Chris Schank, 26, a biologist. The spilled oil "could aossibly affect areas far distant rom the original discharge it says. The impact statement says oil Dilution could cost salmon fish- ermen in the Valdez area up to a proba- )ly it would harm the ocal herruig Shellfishing "would be re- stricted and perhaps lost irely for unknown lengths of and "it is Ukely that the commercial and recreational larvest of Dungeness crabs in Port Valdez would be lost as a result of normal terminal opera- the report says- In cold northern waters, it adds 'harmful hydrocarbons, such as the cardinogenic (can- cer-causing) ones, may persist and exert cumulative effects." Bladder cancer linked witli cigarettes LONDON (Reuter) Ciga- rette smoking almost certainly carries a risk of cancer of the bladder as well as cancer of the lungs, according to an editorial in the British Medical Journal. An editorial in the latest issue of the Journal says latest studies from the United States, Denmark and England and Wales have greatly strength- ened the case for a link between cigarettes and bladder cancer, first suggested 16 years ago. Figures from 20 countries have also shown a link between death rates from cancers of the lung and bladder in which the only common cause ccvld be cigarettes. But while the risk of a ciga- rette smoker getting lung can- cer, coronary heart disease or chronic bronchitis is put as the chance of cancer of the bladder is lower. One survey has shown that men who smoke are 1.89 times as likely to get cancer of the bladder than non-smokers, while women smokers run twice the risk. JIANDATE SHORT IIATR PffifOM PENH (Reuter) Strongman President Lon Nol and his newly-formed govern- ment have taken their first pol- icy extend the four-hour day of civil servants and make short haircuts obliga- tory for Cambodians. From now on government offices must open in the afternoons and the long siesta will become a thing of the past for civil servants. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SCHOOLS To carry out duilei of executive officer of trie Board In tine wilh general practice in ihe Province of Alberla. Mini- mum qualifications include the foMowingi T. Teaching, certificate 2. 5 leaching experience 3. A University degree 4. One graduate work Starting date end salary to be negotiated, Apply by May 1, 1972. For further information phone or write R. A. Kimmirt, Superintendent of Apply to tlift CHalmwn Beard. Mark your Confidential. 7HE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Catholic Schools 534 18th South Lethbridga, Alberta Special loans for homeowners at Associates If you're buying your eligible fora special Homeowner Loan at Associates any time you need cash, That means we maybe able to give you a better deal, Xower or lor get terms.. ,or even both. The amount you can borrow is limited only by the equity you have in your horn e. mayb e or more. So if you have high-interest debts outstanding, or if you ne ed cash for a second car, a boa t, or any oth er good reason, talk to Associates about a low-interest Homeowner Loan, See how much better off you'U 1014 Third Avenue South 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED SatartJoy, March 25, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Soldier jailed for 12 years HOME TO 'MOTHER' Mrs. Ronald Farano of Tor- ronto gets a friendly bite from Peeps, the duck she "hat- ched" in a shoe box in her home last spring. Peeps was released in August but a few days ago returned to his birthplace covered in oil. He has been cleaned wilh ether and in a few weeks will face the wilds once more. (CP Wirephoto) Double duties VANCOUVER (CP) The Vanrouver Symphony has an- nounced that its newly ap- pointed conductor, Japanese- bom Kazuyoshi Akiyama, also conduct the National Youth Orchestra during its 1972 sum- mer season in Toronto. Aki- yama is known in the Toronto area from his work as assistant conductor to Seiji Ozawa with the Toronto Symphony. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE R1PLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 L W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 storage For all your moving and needs, call the experts at L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" WANTED! TWO EXPERIENCED AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN FOR lETHBRIDGE'S MOST MODERN TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CENTRE If you qualify we are prepared to offer you iVift finest Ford training program and the opportunity to serve our many, many wonderful Ford customers, For complete details contact MR. LYNDON FOSTER, Genera! Sales Manager CORNER MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 16th AVENUE SOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTS SPECIALS! GREASE-No. 2 Mulfi Purpose pressure 35-lb. pail, reg. 13.21 SPECIAL carlon, reg. 53c SPECIAL HY IRAN OIL Quarts (in case lots) reg. 67c Special (in ease lots) 60c 5 gal. pails, reg. 13.17 SPECIAL 1 i TRACTOR RADIO Reg. 82.94. Take your choice Discount of 6.23 or we will give you free headphones FARM EQUIPMENT FILTERS l Buy 10 or DISCOUNT SWEEPS AMD CHiSELS 2" CHISfL Reg. 2.38. Special 16" x SWEEP 3.30. Special 16" x SWEEP Reg. 4.45. Special 18" x SWEEP Reg. 3.63. Special 18" x Reg. 6.45. Special 2.13 2.98 4.00 3.26 5.83 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER PARTS DEPT. WANTED I SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Carloads Truck Scales Magnet Crane Servtca National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Busineu" CALGARY (CP) William lomas Morgan, 37, was sen- need Friday lo 12 years im- n-isoiyment for attempted mur- ir. He was convicted Thursday i Alberta Supremo Oourt of lying to kill an apprentice leclianic after puUing a ervice station last December. The apprentice, John Petry- icn, was hit in the arm by a hotgun blast. The defence argued lhat Mor- gan, a soldier for 18 years and an excellent marksman, was not trying to kill the man and should have been charged with assault causing bodily harm. USED FOR FUEL Fuel for the campfires ol early travellers across the Ca- nadian prairie was buffalo man- ure. 304 STAFFORD DRIVE PHONE 327-3125 BILL MCKNIGHT AUCTION SALE LOCATED 10 MILES EAST, 2 MILES SOUTH MILE EAST OF MILK RIVER, ALBERTA TUESDAY, APRIL 4 1 P.M. COFFEE AND DONUTS SIGNS WILL BE POSTED I have been asked by Mr. Bill McKnighl to offer at public auction the goods machinery listed below. TERMS CASH FARM MACHINERY ft. John Deere center rod weeded, reW; ft. Graham Holme cultivator, heavy duty; 1 16' Massey Harris Surf lex tiller; Miller rod weeder sections of diamond harrows, TRACTORS AND TRUCKS 830 John" Deere tractor, :.ew rubber, dual hydra ulici, worked about hours, good paint, gool 1 John Deere Model D with cab; Chevrolet Yi ton truck; Chevrolet 3 ton truck. HARVESTING EQUIPMENT 428 Cockshutt combine, 14 foot cut. good condition] foot Sund pick-up; 1 14 ft. I.H.C- pull typo swathcr. MISCELLANEOUS AND SHOP EQUIPMENT Mayralh groin auger with B and S mot or j T-130 gal. fuef tank to fit in pick-up; gal. fuel tank; gal. bar red; field sprayer fits in pick-up truck; 1 200 gal. water tank; gal. propone 1 18.4 by 34 tractor tire; John Deero hydraulic ram; heot ho user for John Deere 830; 1 Delco gas motori 1 ofd meat scale; 1 1 Va ton chain hoist; 1 post drill; 1 vise; anvil; assortment of other ihop SALE CONDUCTED BY BOB LAACKMANN Licence No. 010437 Phone 647-2141 BOX 18, MILK RIVER Owner, BILL McKNIGHT 327-8627 IRVIN COOVER AUCTION SALE Located 3 miles east, on the two mile road, of COUTTS, AlBERTA Signs will posted WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1972 SALE STARTS 11 A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS CASK on all and machinery and 25% cosh on rhe Combine and Swalher with full payment on or be- Fore August 15th, 1972. All payments mutt be made in Full before any are remvoed from the property, t have received orders from Mr. Irvln Coover to offer at public auction the machinery oncf Qoodi listed below. FARM MACHINERY T-14 ft. model 246 Cockshutt cultivator; ft. Grahom Hoeme cultivator [hand 1-20 ff. model 480 IHC disk {liko new, very littfe ft. Noble blade with wing winch, callers, marker ond heavy duty standards; ft. Edwards rod weeder with two rows of derivator shovels; ft. Co-op wiggle harrow (crary 1 15 ft. John Deere surflex tiller; 1-12 ft. IHC hoe drill (10 inch 1-11 ft. Noble blade; 2-12 ft. John Deere rod weeders (end HARVESTING EQUIPMENT l_New Holland 9flO combine wilh 16 ft. platform, hy- draulfc reel, cab, Hesston sfraw gas motor, has only done 1 800 acres, ready for the field, liko new condition] 1 20 ft. Versatile swather with double swath platform, Wis- consin air cooled molor, new canvass, cut very little; ff. Mayrath auger with 9 h.p, Wisconsin motor, new tube and auger; 1--4I ft. Sakundiok 8 in. auger, Irke new; 'J-8 ft. Sund 1 12 ft. McCoy Ren pick-up; 2 8 ft. Case pick-ups, older models, TRUCKS 1HC 3 ton Loadslar track with steel, 15 ft. groin box, hoist, miles; 1 1956 Mercury 2 ton truck, steel box and winchj 1 1936 Ford two ton truck; 1 1942 Ford two tan truck wilh grain box and hoist, running cond.j 1 1945 Dodge two tort truck with a 2 compartment fuel tank C500 srorage box at the back, one PTO fuel pump, one efeerie fuel pump, truck in running cond, MIS. EQUIPMENT 1 16 ft. sleel stone boot; roms; wheel- ed Irailer made to haul combine platform; D John Deere traefor; 1 drill filler; ft. weed sprayer mounted on a Ctxkshurt swather; assortment of nuls and bolls; scrap iron, all kinds; 1 hydraulic pump, PTO mounted; box, log chains, fuel pumpj of wash- ing machine tubs. AUCTIONEERS NOTEr There are very few miscellaneous lo tell at this to we will ba starling to sell the larger items of machinery toon after the sale starts. The late mode! machinery that it listed is some of the best to be offered at auction Ihli ipring. May I urge anyone needing machin- ery to attend this tale, SALE CONDUCTED BY BOB LAACKMANN lie. No.010457 Phone 647-2141 MILK RIVER Owner, IRVIN COOVER Phone 344-3836 COUNTS ;