Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Dateline Alberta Water warning issued DEVON Contamination from floodwater in wells used by acreage residents near here could be increased due to a recent overflow of septic medical health officer Dr. Ian Ashforth said Friday. Dr. Ashforth said area residents can ensure a safe water supply if they import water from a clean boil local water for 10 or chlorinate their water with household bleach. After the flood water wells should be properly disinfected before they are used he said. Crash victim identified CALGARY Police have identified the man killed last weekend in the collision between his car and a gasoline tanker in southeast Calgary as Brian Roy of Calgary. Police said the identification was made by the teeth as the body was badly burned. The gasoline truck burst into flames after the engulfing the victim's car. Commies run candidates EDMONTON The Communist Party of Alberta Friday confirmed that candidates have been selected to contest three Alberta constituencies in the July 8 federal election. Neil a Thorhild district farmer will run in David a will run in Calgary Centre and William the party's Alberta will run in Edmonton East. U of A scientist dies EDMONTON Dr. an internationally known University of Alberta died here at age 59. Dr. who taught entomology since 1946 and headed the department dealing with the natural history of insects since was best known by the Edmonton public as a frequently-quoted expert on mosquitoes. he was known as an authority on insect flight and the control and behavior of mosquitoes and blackflies. Sewage order issued EDMONTON Northland School Division No. which operates the Gift Lake school 180 miles northwest of has been issued a water quality order by the provincial environment department. The order was given after the school's sewage constructed without the necessary approval of the overflowed its banks and wastes flowed into Gift Lake. The lake is the water source for the community of Gift Lake. The said the department in a prepared requires that no more affluent be discharged from the lagoon until action is taken to dispose of the wastes in an acceptable manner. 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Mr. Kierans was among a umber of critics of the pipeline project during a two day conference on the project sponsored by the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee. Numerous cabinet including Northern Affairs Minister Jean have spoken in favor of an application by Canadian Arctic Gas Pipe Lines Ltd. to build the 700-mile line. In Fort N. W. Mr. Chretien warned that territorial Indians would suffer the most if the line is not built. He said it would weaken their case for a settlement to aboriginal land claims. James president of the Northwest Territories Indian told the conference the statement was sheer blackmail. It was an attempt to force the Indians into a hasty settlement. SAY PUBLIC MISLED Mr. Wah-shee also accused the minister of misinforming the public on the Indian stand on claims and said Mr. Chretien is trying to prejudice the Indian case. The Indian leader also proposed a solution to the conflict between the government and the Indian claims. 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