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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1770 THS IETHBRIDGE HERAID 15 TRUDEAU WITH DEMONSTRATORSPrime Minister Trucfeau of reads poster held by demonstrator who protests against Canada complicity with United States in Trudeau met the demonstrators in New Crime Wave Follows War LAGOS AP There were forecasts of a crime wave to fol low Nigerias civil and the predictions are coming Worst afflicted is the east area which tried to secede and cany on as an independent but crime is spreading throughout much of the federa Armed often ending in death for is such a danger in the east that travel lers are warned not to move after Food riots near Owerri killed Relief teams reported 14 armed robberies in two weeks on various food stores around Its just said one source close to the situa People Damn it were dying One band operating in the bush around 12 miles northeast of Owerri is blamed for five The band moves at attacking villagers and carrying off what it The group is suspected of being foi roar rebel soldiers who have re tained their Aside from the murder kidnapping and anmed robber are growing more common in the midwest and the Crime is least noticeable in the heavilyMoslem bu Kano in that area had a daring bank robbery The Sunday Times of Lagos says A crime wave has hi the American Wild West The list publishei men were in uniform on both Because of inade quate desertions and soldiers missing in it is impossible to account for all their Officials implore citizens hold ing weapons to turn them A governmentowned the Nigerian called for the army to help police round up The govern ment has established a highway patrol system with cars cruising major In the and to some ex tent even in the midwest life is not yet back to but even in parts of the federa tion where war effects were secondary the cost of living has risen Skyrocketing Land Prices Force Park Policy Changes OTTAWA CCP Skyrocket ing prices of land along the shorelines of the Maritime prov inces and British Columbia hav led to a change in national pai Northern Developmer below might jolt may be the next You A list followed giving derails of 15 violent including eight murders and an armed as sault on federal all com mitted within two That was just a Caches of arms were tucked away when the four months Perhaps SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all types of zippers Repairs to all leather goodi MIKES SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Next to Lethbridge Locker and Seafoods Notice Tells Bad Spots For Fishing WINNIPEG CP The Man i t o b a resources departmen today published a notice to at glers of waters where fish ma contain mercury at a level tha makes them not safe to The notice was given in news paper advertisements prior t the opening of Manitobas gen tral fishing season Saturday Anglers are permitted to fish in the affected waters but com mercial fishing was banned ear The list includes the Saskat Red and As siniboine rivers and Lake Winni into which they all Also named were Cedar Lake and Cross Lake on ttie Saskat chewan Hiver upstream from Is junction with northern Lake The affected area in eludes Grand a popitai ishing spot for Included in the list are the akes fed directly by the Winni peg River in southeastern Mani They are Point du Bois to Lamprey Falls Blind Nutimik Dorothy Eleanor Sylvia Natalie Pinawa Channel and Lee River and Lac du FROM THE FASHION CENTRES THE WORLD Minister Jean Chretien said Fri Under the old prov inces would turn land over to the federal government to be used as rational But with land prices now be yond the purse of some of the Ottawa has agreed to match dollar for dollar he land purchases resulting from expro The new policy goes into ef fect for the first time tliis The parks department has set aside for lands for the Kouchibougac park in New Brunswick and the same amount for the new park on Vancouver Chretien said in an inter view that while the new policy is aimed at the coastal prov it might be applied to shoreline parks in the ether Chretien hopes to double the number of federal p within 25 years but the rising cost of recreational land is a One parks official said that land along the shorelines is disappearing at an astonishing Former northern affairs min ister Arthur when he had for the is credited with the shift in He became concerned in the with the troubles I be Vlarithnes were having buying iack land for use as His submissions to cabinet iid he treasury board have ifted a financial burden from he provinces and opened the vay to new one park offi cial FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctors prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Childrens Frame Magnifiers Repairs Reasonable prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION 308 7th ST S lETHBHiniil Phnnp IficKi New Unity Move Made Vatican VATICAN CITY In a hnstian unity the Vati an said Friday that Roman atholics and Protestants lould cooperate in the training priests and The call came in a sweeping ocument issued by Jan Cardi al The as head of the Vaticans Christian Unity Secre is the Vaticans top au thority on the efforts to bring the Roman Catholic and other Christian churches closer to Cardinal Willebrands told a news conference Were deal ing with a great step forward in following he work started by the second Vatican ecumeni cal council The Vatican urged a shared use of books and It also called for the cutting down of useless or duplicated The ecumenical document also states that Roman Catholic universities a n d seminaries should review their ways of controversial events in Christian Crackdown Imminent On Polluters CALGARY CP Health Minister James Henderson has announced a shift from persua sion to punishment in Albertas pollution control with predicted crackdowns on indus municipalities and indivi Up to the present he told a Calgary Chamber of Com merce pollution application of government pro grams has been based on a philosophy of as com pared to legal In view of the tremendous public education that has been waged by the news media over the last two and par ticularly in view of the dra matic increase in public aware ness of pullution I am confident that you can look for ward to less flexibility in the area of enforcement in the fu We are rapidly approaching the day when court action be taken against ators and poor operators who Prejudice Grows LONDON AP Race preju dice is growing in the Race Relations Institute said A revised survey showed 21 per cent of white Britons are prejudiced outright against the countrys colored immigrants and 38 per cent are mildly Last July the 38 per cent described Thursday as mildly prejudiced were listed as disposed to have not felt the inclination to meet pollution on a routine Henderson said the in creased provincial efforts will not be aimed only at the indus trial but at municipal ities as Alberta had the best record of pollution control in the coun try but municipalities had turn ed pollution into a political foot ball shifting the respon sibility for collecting the neces sary revenues for water pollu tion control to a higher level of Pointing out that the Mun icipal Assistance under which the province distributes one third of its oil royalties to has been am ended to give the province au thority to earmark the funds for pollution Hen derson said the era of post p o n i n g or extending board health orders regarding pollu tion control in the interest of avoiding embarrass ment for a local level of gov is rapidly drawing to a He predicted proof of adequ acy of sewage treatment facilit ies will be required before a subdivision be it commercial or residential is One must admit there is an element of coercion Henderson said that in future pollution control pro grams will increasingly affect the individual consumer direct Individuals may become personally responsible for en suring that adequate emission control devices were installed on their He rejected the idea of volun tary Im not so naive as to be lieve voluntary control is going to Automobile pollution is not the only area where the individual was going to feel the squeeze of government The individual consumer can also expect to be increasingly affected by moves by govern ments across Canada such as the banning of nonreturnable or a disposal tax at the time of purchase on items rang ing from canned fruit to auto lie warned manufacturers that such controls are going to create problems in product packaging and New Ford Car Program Sol CP Ford Motor of Canada says it will produce the new small Hie at Us Introduction of the Pinto was announced in Detroit at a Ford stockholders President Karl Scott of Kord Canada said a multimillion dol lar retooling and expansion pro gram lias been undertaken at He said Die first Pinto will be produced SUBWAY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CONCRETE PRODUCTS SEPTIC 128 North Mayor Magralh Phone 3282298 tar NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF CITY UTILITIES During Ihe strike against the City of lethbridge some areas of the city will not be rendered accounts for Cityowned services billed as At the next normal billing date adjustments will be made for the areas not billed during the City Hall is open from 8 to Monday to Friday and would be pleased to accept any payments on Cify Manager Important IN HEALTH CARE INSURANCE FOR ALL The Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan came into July As of July the Plan is being expanded to include important new benefits and Revisions to the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan are explained in detail for you in this pamphlet watch for The pamphlet is now being delivered to every Alberta It contains news of important benefits to KEEP IT FOR FUTURE ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE BOX 1360 ALBERTAlSlii ;