Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 1, 1970-------- NDP Caucus Split Over Suffield Station Report OTTAWA (Herald A press release war has brol en but in the NDP caucus her over the defence research esta blishment at Suffield, about 10 miles west of Lethbridge. Harold Winch, a member the party's caucus committe on defence matters, issued 10-page report strongly endors ing the chemical and biologica warfare experiments at the es tablishment, which he visitec for three days last month. COUNTERS STATEMENT But Andrew B r e w i n, chair man of the NDP committee o foreign and defence matters quickly countered with a one page statement on behalf of th 21 other members of the cau cus, reiterating the party's de mand for closing down all CWB facilities in Canada and re-as signment of the Suffield statior "exclusively to research int air, water and noise pollution. Mr. Winch issued his state ment after a lengthy row with in the caucus which saw him make only one concession he stroked out the party's name on its press release stationery Government To Promote Pork Sales EDMONTON (CP) -The Al- berta government will provide about to promote sales of Alberta pork and pork pro- ducts in the province and in British Columbia. The campaign, sponsored by the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board and the agri- culture department, will fea- ture recipes and meals offered on radio, television and in the press, the department nounced today in a news re- lease. Agriculture Minister H. A. Ruste said Alberta has a great potential for producing pork but unless markets can be ex- panded both at home and abroad, producers will not re- ceive realistic prices. STUDENT SERVICES INC. 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'I did not find a solitary in- stance in my estimation, where the research work at Suffield is being undertaken in any manner whatsoever that the findings could be used by Can- ada or any other country for the aggressive use of chemical or germ he said. He added that contrary to recurring rumors, there is "no electrified fence anywhere at Suffield no trained, vicious police dogs no armed ;uards" and no foreign scien- rlsts except for a single U.S. citizen now in the process of Becoming a naturalized Cana- dian. Co-Operation Need To Find Students Jobs OTTAWA (CP) Govern- ment, industry and labor co-op- eration is needed to cope with he annual flood of students eeking summer work, Allan WacEachen, minister of man- power and immigration said Tmrsday. He told the third meeting of the Canada Manpower and Im- migration Council that tudents, an increase of rom 1969, will want jobs this ummer, but "the number of vailable jobs may be fewer." 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