Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Nixon administration gives go-ahead on Alaska Pipeline NEW YORK (AP) Nixon administration lias flivcn >he go-ahead for construction of the controversial trans-Alaska oil pipeline. But environmental groups vowed to contlinuc their fight against the project. In another development, Pres- ident Nixon raised the quotas on oil imports from Canada, the Middle Kasl, Latin America by 15 per cent. Meanwhile, the House of Rep- resentatives approved a two- step increase in the minimum wage to 52 an hour, rejecting a proposal to make the jump im- mediately and to extend cover- age to 5.8 million additional workers. The bill was sent to the Sen- ate, where legislation raising the minimum wage to an hour and expanding coverage awaited final action in Ihc labor committee. LINT, WAS STAU-EI) Interior Secretary II o g e r s Morton announced Thursday that lie planned to authtorize construction of the Alaskan pipeline project, which had been stalled for the last two years by a court decision won by environment groups. A lawyer for these groups said Morton's action would be challenged in the courts. Alyeska Pipeline Co., formed by a consortium of seven oil firms, applied for the permit to construct the pipeline, inches in diameter, across federal land tn carry hot oil from the Prucl- hoe J3ay field on Alaska's North Elope to a tanker port on its southern Coast. From there the oil would be transported by tanker to the U.S. West Coast and perhaps other destinations. In choosing the Alaska route, Morton rejected an alternative through the Mackenzie Valley of Canada which had been pro- posed by the Canadian govern- ment. Under the increased quoins announced by Nixon, imports oi Canadian oil to markets east of the Rocky Mountains could in- crease In from barrels a day. The House vole on the mini- mum wage was a victory for the administration. The Demo- cratic leadership had made an immediate minimum and ex- tension of coverage tn govern- ment employees and household domestics a key part of its leg- islative program. Also in Washington this week, Treasury Secretary John Con- nally said Nixon might ask Con- gress to enact a tax reform bill that could include a value-added The Canadian government' tax fins year. He em- and conservation groups in both 1 phasized that he was not speak- Canada and the U.S. opposed I fo1' Llic president, and that oppo1 the Alaska line because of fear of pollution to the British Col- umbia coast. The oil would be shipped by tankers to Washing- ton state via the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The1 office of emergency pre- paredness bad recommended Ihat quotas on petroleum and petroleum products be raised, partially because of the failure of U.S. oil production to meet expected levels. BYE BYE BIRDIE PRESENTED BY THE tETHBRIDGE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE TUESDAY thru FRIDAY May 16 to 19 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tuej. al 7 p.m.; Wed., thru Frl. p.m. Tickels al teisler's or at the t.C.I. Tickets Per Person be doubted a reform measure could pass in the current elec- tion year. SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ACT OF THE HEART" In Teclmicolor. Starring Genevieve Bujold and Donald Sutherland. Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday, May 15, 16 and 17. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CAT Tn Melrocolor. Monday and Tuesday, May 15 and IB. Monday show at p.m. Adult not suit- able (or children. TABER Tower Theatre "LAWMAN" In Color. Starring Hurt Lancaster and Lee .7. Cobb. Monday and Tuesday, May 15 and 1C. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. Two top radio-TV men resign PARIS (Renter) The two i top men of the much-criticized French stale radio and televi- sion system resigned today. Premier Jacques Chaban-Del- mas accepted the resignations of director-general Jean Jacques de Bresson and chair- man Pierre de Leusse as part of what officials said would be a reorgaju'zation of the network's top management. The system lias been under heavy attack recently from in- quiry committees of both houses of parliament. One committee leader described it as a "great sick body on the verge of a nervous breakdown." The inquiry reports alleged COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETH3RIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wed. May 17 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Fri. Moy 1? NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Sat. Moy 20 Public Swimming p.m. Sun. May 21 Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Mon. Moy 22 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. "VICTORIA DAY" Public Swimming p.m. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL LIFEGUARD POOL CERTIFICATION COURSE Sponsored by ihe Cornmunily Services Deporlmenl of Ihe Cily of Lelhbridge ond Ilie Royal Lifesoving Sociely, Alberla and Territories Branch. WHERE? FRITZ SICK POOL 5th Avenue and 11 111 Slreet South, Lelhbridge WHEN. May 26th, 27th and 28th and June 3rd and 4th, 1972 GENERAL INFORMATION 1. All applicant for Iho course must: in'i br 17 years or age tb) passes om: of flit; following: R.l.SS. BronJo Medallion Instructor Awnrd Y.M.C.A. Senior lifrsnving Award fc) present n current mrdirnl 2. Rrgisiiation fees are per candidate, which In- cludes till course mntcrinls. 3. Tin- rourst; will run on Friday evening, ond all day .Sntimlny and Sunday, on Ilio above dales. Api'ilicollnn forms may be obtained cil ihe offico of lh< CoiTimunily Sr-rvicri Depnrlmcnl, 122 5lti Avenue South, and al Hie Frilj Sick Pool. Telephone 32R 23.11. local 736, for furlhcr informolion. 5. NOTE: DEADUNE FOR RECEIPT OF APPIICATIONS IS FRI. DAY, MAY 19, 1972. GOING HOME Thirteen-year-old Carlyle Husbands has a broad grin as he packs His suitcase for his return la Bridgetown, Barbados. Carlyle, a viclim of cerebral palsy, underwent a series of operations at TorantD's Hospital for Sick Children during the last three months, and now can walk with the aid of leg braces and crutches. Before coming lo Toronlo, he was only able to crawl on all fours. Nudes are LOS ANGELES (AP) Nudes may not outnumber scu- ba divers and surfers on Cali- fornia's public beaches, b u L they definitely, ah, arc begin- ning to be seen. links between the system's cm-1 On warm weekends, hundreds ployees and big advertising UP at semi-secluded spots agencies as a result of which i along the coast. They're gener- branded goods and commercial I ignored by authorities and, enterprises got prominent dis- for that matter, by bathers in play and mention on broadcast programs. suits. One such beach Is Pirate's THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Tuesday, May 16 Friday, May 19 Saturday, May 20 Al the 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND GUESTS NOW FULLY LICENSED Make Business A Pleasure! Far your business luncheon enjoy hearty food and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Served Every lo Frr'ay from to 2 p.m. Cove, near Malibu, north of Los Angeles, On a recent weekend, the crowd hit at Pirate's Cove. Host ot the bathers were nude. Men outnumbered women Hearings set oil working couclitious EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta board o[ industrial rela- tions hold five days of pub- lic hearings next month on min- imum wage, hours of work, va- cations with pay, general lioli- I days, and conditions of employ- ment. The announcement was made in the legislature by 1 a b o r minis Lcr 13 wt Hohol. Hearings will be held June 15 and 20 in Edmonton. June 21 in Calgary, June 22 in Let h- bridge and Medicine Hat and Juno 23 in Grande Prairie. Today's PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Sitting Target" 7.35, Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEJIA Short Subjects "The Ways of Women" 10-.00 Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "The Ten Commandments" One Complete Show 8-00 OREEN ACHES DRIVE-IN "Runny O'Harc" "Bsltic Ncrclvn" One Ccmple'.e Show about 2 lo I. There were many families, their children cavort- ing on the sparkling while sand and playing in the "It feels good to have the sun ail over your observed a young man with shoulder- length blonde hair, lounging with a group of other nude youths. "You go up and talk to a chick and you're naked and she's naked, so you make noth- ing of it." Nude sunbathing always has been popular in southern Cali- fornia but, until recently, usual- ly in private. Robert G. Johnston, head o[ Ihu 20.000 member American Sunbathing Association, esti- mates at least people altenri nude get-togethers in southern California every week- end. Most are at backyard swimming pools. For Your Billing Pleasure is now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY from p.m. lo 10 p.m. Our Licensed Premises Feature: FJNEST STEAKS LOBSTER TAILS PRIME RIB Our Licensed Dining Room is open Monday through Saturday from p.m. to 12 Midnight. Police clash with students TOKYO (Eculer) Twenty- eight policemen were injured Saturday as left-wing stuldents 1 threw gasoline bombs in defi- ance of a lough new law against the use and manufacture of Mololov cocktails. Police ar- rested 125 students who hurled more than 100 gasoline bombs in a main street. The new law j imposes prison lorms of up to seven years on any persons who j endangers life and property by using gasoline bombs. Monday, May 15, 1972 THE Lt'THBRIDCE HERALD 7 Stanfield stresses jobs and justice 1.AKI! COUCHICII1NG, Onl. fCIM "Jobs and justice." wilhin the framework ol a via- ble economic development slral- egy, nre essential goals for gov- ernment, Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said Saturday. In a "frankly electoral" speech to the Ontario Young Progressive Conservative Asso- ciation at Fern Resort here, Mr. jt.infield parly priori- ties for the anticipated federal election. Canadians must choose in that election between a Conservative concept of government [hat em- phasizes freedom and the "need to trust people to the fullest pos- sible extent to make their own decisions" and a bureaucratic, elitist Liberal concept which says government must make as many decisions HE possible be- cause "left to themselves, peo- ple all too often make a Mr. Stanfield said. The spirit of bureaucracy and of big government that dreams only of becoming bigger cannot accepl the making of mistakes by others. Tliat spirit is Die "clear) hand that stifles imagination and in- telligence and initiative." Mr. Slanfield said any "gov- ernment worth its sail" would commit itself to long-term job planning that would ensure a market for Canadian talent and a use for Canadian skills. Such a commitment recognizes (ho importance of incenMve as a factor in economic progress, lie said. Young people nre not pre- pared to accept only special job programs like Opportunities for Youth, they want opportunities and challenges in line with their capabilities. Text of Mr. Stanfield's speech was provided to the press be- fore deliverv. DETRECH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suile B-304 5tli 51. 5. Ph. 327-72-M AVE Bt 8th ST 327-5100, IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT We have jus! concluded a contract with Para- mount Picture! for the showing of their film. "The Godfather" STARRING MARLON BRANDO Commencing Wednesday, May 17th In order to occommodals thfl large crowds an- ticipated we suggest you attend the Marines Daily at p.m. Wednesday thru Monday. THIS PICTURE HAS BROKEN AIL ATTENDANCE RECORDS WHEREVER IT HAS PLAYED. Thli Is a road ihow attraction And runt 2 hours and 55 mlnutci THERE IS NO INTERMISSION Admission Prices Are Listed Below MATINEES Weekdays All Seats MATINEES Sat. and Sun. All Seats EVENINGS- All Seats Passes and Golden Age Cardi Not Valid For This Attraction SEE SHOW TIMES IN THEATRE SCHEDULE RESTRICTED ADULT TEAK OUT College Shopping Mail AAnyor Mngrnlh Drive 327-71 23 TONIGHT and TUES. AT AND P.M. A woman is his target... No cage can hold his lust for revenge. PARAMOUNT PICTURES IS FflOUD It ANNOUNCE IHE RETURN DF IKE GREATEST FAMILY FAMILY COLLEGE i TONIGHT lliru THU..S. One Show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT flth'AVE 8lh CT 3Z7S1DO TONIGHT thru WED. AT ond P.M. Ways of WAYS OF WOMEN... their many ways of love... laughter... lust... eene Davis ERnesT BORGNINe ADULT-MOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ncuna COLOR. NO. 3 "BATTLE OF NERETVA" In Color with YUL BRYNNER TONIGHT and TUES. Gotoi Open p.m. Show Slarti p.m.