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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THl IFIHBRIDGI HERAID Thursday, May 11, Canada's salmon claims reiterated QUEBEC (CP) Tiie Fish- eries Council cv! Canailiv atcd Wednesday a claim to own- ership of all fish spawning in- side the limil.s of Canada's con- tinental slid; and slope. This was the first of 22 resolu- tions passed cm the final day of the council's four-day annual convention. It chums title to Ihe fish is n prerequisite to manage- ment. J, A. Bceslcy, an interna- tional law exjM-'rl with (he exter- nal affairs department, told the council Monday ils position was an unrealistic starting point for APPEARING NIGHTLY In Ihe "AZTEC" Lounge Al Tlie El RAMCHO WM. JAMES ROGERS Slar of TV and Radio, recent- ly returned from Cross Can- ada Tour with "Ann Murray." I negotiations with oilier fishing nations. Mr. Bocslcy said Canada hart to convince these nations that it was in (heir inlcrest to let Can- ada manage the resource. The council said this was bas- ically the position Canada took at preparatory talks in Maroh [or a United conference on the law o[ the sea, exited next year. Canada was claiming "preferential" rights to the harvest, the coun- cil said. Bnt Canada should go further and claim outright ownership, with foreign fishing only by Ca- nadian permission. ENDORSES POSITION The council endorsed the fact Canada had taken this position on Atlantic salmon at the March talks in New York. But, it said, recent closure of commercial-salmon fishing sea- sons in parts of the Atlantic provinces will have a serious effect on fishermen. The council said nn new re- strictions should he placed on the harvest "for a trial period of at lea.st two or three years" to guage the effect of this year's closure. In any case, no new rcslric lions were justified until Den- mark has made "comparable changes" in ils fishing effort and there was no indication of this. Jack Davis, minister of the environment, recently an- nounced the commercial salmon restrictions, blaming mainly Ihe Danish harvest in the last few years of! Greenland, where salmon spawned in Canadian rivers congregate. The council criticized Mr. Davis for alleged arbitrary deci- sions and actions regarding the industry, specifically concerning closure of parts of the Canadian sealing season. 'WRONG IN PRINCIPLE' It said Lhe sealing Issue was a "prime example" of a "steam Serving "MOTHER'S DAY DINNER" SUNDAY, MAY 14th From 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. 526 Mayor Magrnth Drive Phone 327-5701 for reservations roller jncthod" which "is wi' iu principle ami should bo stopped before it becomes a vviiy of life." The council claimed a "prior- ity" need for an international fisheries section of the environ- ment department, because of in- crcasing involvement of interna- tional laws and negotiations with the Canadian fishery. It also suggested Canada for- mally withdraw recognition of jurisdiction by the International Commission on North Atlantic Fisheries over exclusive Cana- dian fishing zones. ICNAF is setting quotas inside Canada's relatively new 12-mile limit, it said. Multilateral talks to find ways to conserve dwindling stocks of cod, haddock, redfish, flounder and other species were recom- mended, pending the UN confer- ence. The council reiterated a past, plea for systematic aerial sur- v e i 11 a n c e of foreign fishing fleets and provision of Hcl-Til in- formation on them to Canadian fishermen. It accused Russian fishermen of ganging up on schools south- east of Newfoundland and clean- ing out whole areas. Canada should seek international prohi- bition of this "gang and raid fishing." SHOULD CLOSE PORTS Newfoundland and Nova Sco- tia ports should he closed to for- eign fishing vessels and their supply ships, as are other Cana- dian ports, except in times of SIZE HOSE QUEEN SIZE t Big Bij Values now al KRESGE'S stretch nylon panly hose in all Ihe smart fashion shades (or today's look! oige, Spies, Charcoal, Navy, Cocoa, Mid CHARGKX Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m. il 1 s L r c s s or special circura- KtanccK, the cuiniL-il said. Cur- rent exempts these two provinces. On the Coast, tlie council urged that funds be provided lor a "comprehensive program of salmon development" through- out British Columbia, since il has been shown many B.C. streams are under-producing. Jt also suggested lhat federal and B.C. authorities expedite completion of a dyking program on the Eraser Hiver at Moran Canyon for flood protection. The council B.C.'s fisheries resources, traditionally utilized by the province's Indi- ans, are "for the most part fully utilized" but the Indian labor force is expanding. There was, therefore, need for "a cromprchensivu program aimed at establishing meaning- ful employment for the Indian over the whole coast of British Columbia." Federal and provincial funds would be used to set up such a program but individual self-help projects, once started, should become self-supporting. B.C. law hits two magazines VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia readers of TV Guide found the magazine substantial- ly thinner this week, and sub- scribers to Time magazine may receive this week's issue a few days late. The problems stem from the B.C. Supreme Court decision upholding the provincial govern- ment's ban on tobacco and li- quor advertising. This week's TV Guide carries it usual Canadian report and program schedule, but the col- orfeature section is missing. Last week the magazine had 52 pages of color advertising and text. An explanatory note by the editors said the section was dropped bi tlie B.C. edition be- cause it contained cigarette and liquor ads. B.C. parties deny 'deal' VANCOUVER (CP) The assertion by Liberal MP David Anderson that the Conserva- tives nnd the Social Credit party have "marie a deal" (o unseat the Liberals In the next provincial election today pro- voked incredulous responses from Tory and Social Credit leaders. George Drbdiger, Social Credit League president, dis- missed the allegations as "ter- ribly hilarious" and British Columbia Tory leader Derril Warren said that "Mr. Ander- sons's fantasy is of course nonsense." Mr. Anderson, who has- an- nounced his intention to contest the leadership ot the B.C. Lib- erals, told party members ear- lier that provincial Tories have agreed to act as "spoilers" by splitting the Liberal vote ond allowing Social Credit party to defeat Liberal Tt'LA. In return, Mr. Anderson charged, Frcmicr W. A. C, Bennett would help the fed- eral Conservatives win repre- sentation in B.C. in the next federal election. .ShpWtimeS: PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Hot Rock" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Carey Treatment" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short "Swedish Fly Girls" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Ned Kelly" "Hornet's Nest" 11.-00 One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO CABARET PRESENTS "The Whitewash" FROM CALGARY Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Friday "MINT JUIEPS" Saturday "GOLD DOTS" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI 733 13lh SI. N. NOW FULLY LICENCED BYE BYE BIRDIE Presented by the LETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 16, 17, 18, 19 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tuesday is Students' Night a1 7 p.m. per person Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at p.m. per person Ticket! nt Lolslor'c or at tho LCI I V TIIUIi.'JUAY SI'OUT: Stanley Cnii Finals, p.m., Ch. M. The sixth prime o[ llic scries will be played in New York with tho Boston Bruins leading the Rangers llircc games lo twu. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Lillle ]i.m., Ch. T. A 13-year-old boy obsessed with guns and dcalli who may have commiltcd a murder. A 1971 drama of a twisted mind. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Kiss llic Girls and Make Tlicm 9 Ch. 7. An industrialist plots to rmi.stcr tho world by sterilizing mankind. MOVIE COMEDY: "Advance to (he 11 Ch. 11. A wacky Civil War farce involving a company of Union Army misfils and an attractive spy. SCIENCE FICTION: "The Bamboo p.m., Ch. 7. Russians and Yanks investigate a downed saucer in Red China. FRIDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: "Dancing; in tlir. 1 p.m., Ch. T. An oldie which features a fading iniddle-agcd movie star who decides lo promote the career o[ a talented unknown. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Naknrl 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A South American plantation owner is threatened by a horde of soldier ants destroying everything in their path. Program Ere Ililid by the radld and teleyiibn Viotloni, ro.nult chwigei by ttallbnt and li hrt ilblHly of the Herald or end Photographic Cehlw. CHEC Hoger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGil] with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT "H Jack NewlCld FRIDAY uryl Clark THURSDAY NIGHT World flr Jolin Walker Request Lino Uoug Anderson CJOC Show FRIDAY Jim Elliot CDC Leo Dew 12-OD John Oliver Dave King Wnyna Barry Probe 1210 12.30 News, Wlhr, Sport News and Cirain John Walker Phone Bill Show CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Spcrls Don MacMasler Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Five Nlghls a Wuuk World nl Elghl Home Run chamher Eye Onener NHL Bc-ston fll Th'3 Country New York Winnipeg Orchestra Radio Noon Muslcscone The Inn'er Fnr Schools Hews, Wlhr, Sporls FRIDAY Max l-erguson JO.-10 From Ihe Capitals Eye Opcr.er 6-DQ World ar Six ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! SONY TRINITRON IS The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See Ihe complete Sony line ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Ccntel 419 5th W. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) Chez Heleno THURSDAY NIGHT Teleprobe 7 5.0'J Truth or Changing Consequences (c) World Lei's Make a Deal McviG: Bamboo Tcioprobe 7 Saucer (c) Movie' FRIDAY A Lillle Game Farm and CHy O'Hara Today Mnvie: Kiss Ihe Romper Room Girls and Make Mr hrpisi.p Them Die Alhert.i Erlv.rls News Friendly Gianl 11.CO S lown ITOD Movie: Dancing In (he Dark 5'30 MrHalc's Nflvy1 3Q Etlqe of Night .'..OJ IVivily Court In i.uJ ir; ;n rr Ccrur-qupnceS CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Dflvid FrosI cF Frighten- FRIDAY Buckstior Fdniily Arfalr Bov.-ilchGd News (c) al New York Hawaii Five O Medical Centre (c) Newi Dirccticns KRTV Grenf Falls Channel THURSDAY NIGHT Thr-unht far Day -r University of Air Pronram Hi Lnhts Tlie Naked the Good You (Cnblcvisinn 9) Mows Dirk Vnn Dyke lotJjy in M Ccncontriiiion S nip (c) 10-00 News V.'hn, Toniqhf Show Garni? 1 FRIDAY NPV.S Umto.il.indlng Our Love Wnrld Splrnrtcr D'chrs tc) llirr rf Night v to Guida KFBB-TV Great Faffs Channel 5 Ch. 11) FRIDAY I rnrm f.rws I THUR5nAY NIGHT NCAS (c) Mews RriKly Dunch (c) ArrlvccJcrcl finhy Mnrshill 00 1V S Nn.vs Don Rlcklos Mnvlo: Advance to llic (c) Cnpl.iln K Hinnh'-, f'l JiicK Lal.n Audrey Gnllcpintj Wlinn; me News Sen re h for Tomorrow All My DODGE LTD. 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