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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 IETHBRIDGI IIERAtt) Snlurdny, May 50, 1973 laska oil line planners blasted VANCOUVER fCD En- vironment minister Jack Davis acmse-il lai-g'j oil companies Friday night nf forsaking Die environment for dollars in plan- ning the Alaska oil pipeline, and then dying to justify their de- cision in terms. The companies made their derision "from a hard-headed JJics '.S III Cl'USl I financial point of view and then Iriod to excuse themselves using Hie language of the biol- ogist." Mr. Oavh told a meel- ing of Ihc1 Canadian Suciely of p landscape Archiiecls, 1 Mr. Davis said there urns I he international rules governing routes of large oil tankers lo keep Lhem away from "renicic areas like our precious inland .sea between Vancouver Inland and the mainland." Find third bomb DKUMITELLKR (CD Fpray Johnson, ol Alirhirhr, r.as kill IT I J-'rirlny in a single ear accident on a rural i HAMBURG i Renter i I'o- road about M miles northeast i lice said a third bomb was of Cnk'ary. 'found early today in Ihc Item- KC'MP said -was the 5olf burg headquarters of tiie West I MncDuall newly ro-c-lcclnl occupant of the ear hut were i German Axel Springer publish-I prrsiclrni of il c (111 m tinal.ile !o supply further de- i ing group where explosions Labor Congress, give nc tails. I injured 17 persons Friday. conference In Otiawa. One-man rule urged Deer College union urged RED DEER (CP) The af- s of Red Deer College should he placed in the hands of an administrator for at 1 c a s t one year, Dr. T. C. Dyrne, the man who investigated problems at I ho school, recommended Fri day- Ilis report was made public bv Jim Foster, minister of ad- anted education, in an address In the graduating class at, a Red Deer High School, i Dr. Byrne, appointed by Mr. 1 Foster after months of unrest at 'the college, also recommended that the administrator be given all the powers granted to the collet hoard of governors un- der the Colleges' Act. One of the administrators' du- ties w o u 1 d he to advise Mr. Foster on the type of govern- ment best suited for the college. Dr. Dyrne also recommended appointment of a dean of uni- versity studies nnd a clean of programs and declare the posi- tions of president, vice-pres- ident and director of continuing education redundant. Uc suggested procedures of identification and accounting with the view to following the practice of open budgelting. The inquiry ended April ]2 after nine flays of hearings in which 40 briefs were submitted. Much of the criticism in the S CALGAHV iCPl Rather than looking to the petroleum industry to b n r> s t government income, Allwrfa should put a closer rein on expenditures and consider a selective sales tax, says the Independent Petrole- um Association of Canada. The. Miucoslinn was made In n brief tit a government com- mittee next week will hear submissions on plans lo tax petroleum reserves in the province for Ihe first time. The industry proup prcdicled government would increase 10 per cent, annually from the current level of billion while revenue, from crude oil royalties would mere- ly double in the next 10 years to 5300 million. Other industry payments to the government arc uncertain hecause of the gas market but "in any ease, il is readily ap- parent that Ihe oil industry alone cannot solve th? govern- ment's financial problem.'1 Even without a new tax i now the government can arili- i cipate (Into) oil) revenues to be 1.5 lo Ihreo times greater hi 1981 provided a healthy in- vestment climate is preserved." A selective sales tax would be a "fair source of revenue" and provincial residents must recognize 'its Implementation is inevitable." The TAPC brief released Fri- day snys the proposed petrole- um reserves tax would nol only be detrimental to the oil com- panies but to the province as well, largely because fewer jobs that would be the result of less j exploration. Urban problems parley set OTTAWA fCP> The firsl conference of federal provincial and municipal leaders from Rcross Canada lo discuss urban problems has been tentatively eel for mid-November, federal Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford announced Friday. The arrangement came after Original rodeo cowboy dies CALGARY (CP) George Bay Hamilton, one of southern Alberta's original rodeo cou1- boys, died here al age C4. He began his rodeo career in 1906 and became known for his bronc riding ability. He was among the competitors at the first Calgary Stampede In 1912. After serving in the First World War he broke horses for the RCMP and later trained bucking and jumping horses. Sun Fund Annuities Sun Life's great new investment idea for people who have all the insurance they want. J-'or full informs tion on thcsnoquity-linkfd annuities, v-Tite nr phone your 1'ical Sim Life. rcpri three years of effort to organize such a conference. The mid-November date will be officially recommended to provincial governments by a epecial commiltee set up to or- ganize the conference, be said. The committee consists of Darcy McKeough, Ontario inter- governmental affairs minister, Mayor Marcel D'Amour of Hull, Que., and Mr. Basford. 1 It is understood thai all pro uncial governments have indi- j cated they accept the date despite doubts by some in the past. The meeting is to be held in Toronto. A federal-provincial premiers" conference in Ottawa last fall Instructed the three-man com- mittee to prepare recommenda- tions for such a conference. Negotiations for a national Ban open cainpfires The Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Open camp- fires in Chain Lakes provincial park were declared illegal Fri- day. Portable gas stoves, how- tri-Ievel conference had dragged on since hindered by gen- eral provincial fears thai such a conference could constitute ex- cessive federal involvement in provincial-municipal relations. Franchises liil Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta's new Progressive Conserva- tive government is unhappy with Ottawa again. "The second of two events wlu'ch have happened recently has caused ILS to assess Ihe sil. nation on matters previously considered totally within the BOY ARRESTED A boy is held by polica officer dur- Ing scuffles outside County Hall, Lambelh, London, where schoolchildren were demonslratirn in support of the ds- monds put forward by I he schools Ac lion Union, which hod called a one-day strike of London pupils. briefs was directed al Ihe art- mluislralion. College president Merv Eastman, in parlicukir, look a heavy verbal pounding for being "immature" and hav- ing lost Ihe "rc.jpect, Irust, con- fidence and cooperation of Hit1 sludenls and others." Dr. Byrne found Dr. Eastman followed a bureaucratic admin- istrative approach and was "frequently uncivil" and used "intemperate language1' in bis trealmcnl of olhers. He also found lhat the ap- pointment of vice-president Dr. Ronald Piters ignored faculty concern and only served lo ex- tend an already tangled com- munications link between seg- ments of the college commu- nity. The "lack of trust" and "sus- picion" between the faculty and studenls on one band, and the board of governors and senior administration on the other, is so marked lliat communicalion is impossible, Dr. Byrne said. It was "most puzzling" that the hoard of governors didn't become aware of faculty-si udenl disconlent. He also suggested thai some of Ihe board's deci- sions might not have been legal because of questionable voting practices. The college's per-sludent cost of J2.300 for universily transfer programs exceeds the pro- vincial average by several hun- dred dollars and cannol con- not continue, Dr Byrne said. Administrative costs are "ex- cessive" and the presenl struc- uii'e vumld serve a univursily w rolk'ge four limes Ihe uf Hal Doer College. In, Hynie said the collect1 negUvli'ti Us career or non- umvprsiiy transfer programs and thai Ihe faculty's repetitive detailing of administration sin.1; during the Inquiry was "most disspiriting.'' rop sc Iiemc study group i appointed i KDMONTON (CP) The leg- j Mature gave ils approval for I the appointment of a commit- tee study crop insurance and weather modification in Alberta. The 11-member commiltee, under chairman Gordon Strom- berg (PC Camrose) will look into federal and provincial leg- islation and regulations dealing with all-risk crop insurance and hail insurance, Ihe operation of the Alherla Hail and Crop In- surance Corp. and. private com- panies d c a 1 i n g in such insur- ance, and into organizations and research institutions operat i n g in the field of weather modifi- cation. I The committee was directed to submit its report and recom- mendalions before the next J regular session of the legisla- ture. Meat export expansion hits snag HAMILTON fCP) Doc-tors should form unions iind he pre- pared lo strike lo deal with pivermiienls, Dr. K. Mosher I ol Winnipeg, foi'mer president of (he lUaniloha Medical Asso- eialion, says. Dr. Moslier also charged that Manitoba's civil servants are imposing doctor control but have nol yol the courage to ladmil if. 1 "The people of Canada must i be Riven Ihe. clear message Lhal I unless they get these guys off our backs, the already creak- inf! heallh care delivery system i may collapse." I lie said Ihc civil servants ara .selling up barriers between pa- (icnls and necessary investiga- tion and Ihe patients do not even know the barriers ara there. i "Their doclors may be reluc- tant lo order investigation be- cause of [ear of reprisal by the surveillance apparatus." CLAIMS COERCION lie said Manitoba politicians have Lried (o coerce several groups of doclors into selling up community clinics, nol in Ihe north but in areas well sup- plied with doctors nnrj diagnos- tic services. Addressing the annual meet- ing of Ihc Canadian Association of Medical Climes, Dr. Mosher said only medical Irade unions "with a hanl-headed willing- ness lo disrupt society to get their point of view heard, will roll back this obstruction in communication between our political masters and Ihose o! us who are called upon to pro- vide health care." Weather and road report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET EDMONTON fCPi Efforls lo expand exports or Alberta I meat lo Alaska, the Northwest- ern United States and California have run into a barrier Agri- culture Minister Hugh Horner I Medicine Hat said in Ihe legislature. Pincher Creek The problem. Dr. Horner said. Calgary Jt-1-- policy Edmonton Marijuana, hashish drugs help cure cold, flu may federal jurisdiction In Alberta. Don Getty, minister of federal and intergovernmental aff.iits, said in Ihe legislature Friday. One of the things Alberta is concerned about, Mr. Getty said, has to do mth QCTV Ltd., ''a cable television company which has been granted an ex- clusive right to handle 3 por- tion of the city of Edmonton." "For a variety of reasoas, they appear to be in some ('if j ficulty and are seeking a polcn- e j M in fi thc coinmon cold or flu. says the Lc Dain commission's report on canna- bis. The report, prepared by the federal government's five-mem- ber commission of inquiry inlo the non-medical use of drugs, was tabled in the Commons by Health Minister John Munro. name for the plant from which marijuana and hashish are made and which refers to both ever, will still be allowed in the change of ownership 1 "llas hecn employed, and park located 20 miles west of Xanton. The fire restrictions are the ''Our concern is that franchise may now be owned by a c o m p a n y or individuals first this year in Alberta. The tne provincc.- aim is to prevent fires due; Mr. Getty said Ihe Conserva-, mainly to the heavy use of the Uve government lias told the I park this long holiday weekend Canadian Radio-Television Com- and to protect valuable p-az- mission and the foderal me and limber m the area. mcnt it ,vollld ]jke to discu.s Lands and Forests Minister bc.fon, a ilml Allan W arrack said the major- ity of May fires result from campfires that get out of con- Gets 275 years e a final deci- sion is made. The second c-vent involved the granting of an airline franchise uilhin [lie province (o a com- pany from oiU.side Albern Mr. dotty said Ihe govern- ment ha.s si ruled a sindy In di-- lerminc what more significant ro'.r Alberta may in Ih" two nrn.is, up lo nri'.v have, been Mi loinlly ivilhin Ihc. jur- OTTAWA 'CPl Marijuana In a section on the medical and hashish may be of some use of cannabis, the report said prescription was not prohibited by law, but "there is no cur- rently accepted medical use." Pharmaceutical companies used to make more than 20 preparations containing canna- bis, but production was discon- tinued In Ihe late 1940s and early 19iiOs, the report said. No new supplies are avail- able, but druggists might have Die old supplies on their shelves. HAD MANY USES The commissioners found lhal is currently used illicitly in I cannabis has been used by doc- North America, to reduce the j tors in the past lo: reduce anxl- secondary symptoms and suf- j ety, elevate moods, stimulate fering caused by the flu and the appetites, treat convulsions, common cold." i-'--j The report added lhat this function probably arises from an anesthesia and diuretic. 11 of loesn'L allow American meat in- spectors to be stationed outside U.S. borders. Tho result Is lhat of Alberta meat have been ship- ped substantial distances only to be rejected by American inspec- tors. Gordon Slromberg (PC Camrose) said it was just such a situation lhal caused a Grando Prairie packing plant lo refuse a contract lo ship worth of dressed beef a week to Alaska. Dr. Homer said lie is discuss- ing the mailer witli U.S. offi- cials "to see if we can have bel- ter m e a t inspection by Ameri- can officials at border points." He said he has also asked federal Agriculture Minister H. 0. (Bud) Olson lo make rep- resentations "on a higher level Ihrougli diplomatic channels." Peace River i I Pcnficfon lhat some loads PrinCe have been ship- Air disaster ill Russia Prince Albert Saskatoon Moose Jaw Winnipeg Ottawa...... Quebec Chicago New York Washington Miami San Diego Denver Las Vegas Phoenix Honolulu Mexico City Rome...... London Amsterdam Madrid..... Stockholm II (iT 71 64 63 fiD 80 73 74 Go 66 65 69 77 I FOHKC'ASTS I Ldhbridge. Imiifjht; lows 40-.I5. Sunoy 1. Pre I Sunday: highs near 75. Medicine Hat Clear to- [nighl; lows 40-45. Sunny I day; highs near 80. Ciihimhia, Koolenny To- day. s u n n y with a few clond? 'periods. Warm. Sunday, sunny witli cloudy periods. Isolaled af- ternoon and evening showers or thundershowcrs along the moun- tains in southern areas. Highs loday and Sunday 75 to 80. Lows j tonight near 40. jMONTANA i East of Continental Diviilc-- fil Rain south portion, spreading 7f) 52 northward early loday, wilh 61 44 j rain or showers most sections 113 afi I this afternoon tonight and Sun- Ti 54 1.03'day. Isolaled thunderstorms 71 south portion today. Continued 80 72 .1-1; cool. Highs today and Sunday, 66 55 .00 i 55 lo 65. Lows tonight mostly Cl 52 .02 j40s. 70 46 .01 Wosl of Continental 78 52 .02 Cloudy wilh a few showers over fiii 5.) the mountains this morning. OS 72 Showers and thundershowers, 84 57 increasing lliis afternoon and 72 53 j continuing through Sunday. I.il- 6.1 -IS I lie change in temperature lo- 66 5'l j day Cooler Sunday. Highs !o- 63 ;day 60 lo 70. Lows tonight 40s. 57 41 i Highs Sunday mostly 50s. dure blood pressure, reduce j MOSCOW (Reulcrl A So- pain, reduce insomnia, and as viet Antonov 10 airliner, capable the drug's reported ability to also has been used for coughs, improve mood; reduce pain icrlinps lower fever. md tetanus, burns, ear ache, mig- raines, corns, warls and hemor- Pravda reported today. VKTOIUA. Brazil (Router) A .Mnln policc-ninn con- victed Thursday n[ complicity in i.ho nrlivilins n[ -i polico "death nl the federal povem- and !o a Inlal mrnl of 275 year? imprisonment.. Er- "II is our frlllm- I hat we Ml nflni Ranvllrvs WES found guilty no lonCT accept (hat thon mat of complicity in Ihr killing of 11 Trudeau afrai Slan says rhoids, to ease narcotic and al- j cohol withdrawal and as an aid in birth and mental treatment. The section concludes: ''Many of the alleged thera- panic properties earning up lo 100 passen- gers, crashed Thursday near Kharkov, killing all aboard, I noids have not been thoroughly 'studied in a modern scientific 1 ;md clinical context and their i cmr-nil medical pole-nil a I still remains a mailer of conjecture, t; "Research now in prog row I nui 3 four I should clear up much nf the, controversy in Ihe near future." There was no word on how many people were on the four enghed turboprop plane at the lime. It is extremely unusual for ac- uf cannahi- cidenls to the Soviet airline Pni, visit for (lon'-frvfilivn Icndnr Koherl Stanficld. Tin1 ffdoral leader of Ihe Op- tors will IK; tftlallv v.ilhin moil, hiflinu bodies and jurisdiction of the "federal guv- iu London iraeii.-uiL; 'oilier forms of viol- eminent (he franchises Air service OFGANACA Truilrau of an nleclinn tliilfl snniPliino (luring rcaclir AerofloL lu be reported here, al- though rumors of air disasters circul.'dr from time to time. j rOSTPONKl) COALDALK T Ji c i church parade for members ol I PyLilian Sisters, plan- I nnl for Sunday, May 21, in the i United Cliurcn, lias been postponed to oimclny, Juno -1. i Let me help you buy a Nelson Home Lnl mn you Ihn complete line of 117? Nnhon mannfnrimnr] hon r ihl p.' ART DRIEDIGER PHONE ME AT 272-4727, CALGARY imlil iifil ca iv I'm lender '.aid I'ri 1 nf UK- prime miiv inMncnl in Ollau.'i. irclnlinri of this is of an o'ocl'm 'rtcutcn A Cjmadian k'fL Peking lor home today aflt'r inilial fifirci'iiK'nl v. ilh Chini'sc oflicials on ;iir liflv-con the tv.-ii cn'intrics. Ilio China nrws agency tTpnrtrrl. 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