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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 TUP IETHBRIRGJ HERAID Tu.iiiov, WIV; 'llfilcr) Senaiui 'i'-'ii M i' '1 o v e r n mi; cm M'jr.diiy liic lime Jfl a S -v.i'le pulilic opinion j-ol! of Ihfir for SlnU-s prcsid prt rfd nf Ihc buffalo. hnvo consid- ered a frec-ranginfi herd in the park that would be prefer- able but we couldn'l guaran- tee the animals would stay within the park boundaries." Closure tlalp of the Banff paddock would depend on when other display herds were estab- lished near the park. Tho Banff advisory council is elected hy town residents bill the parks branch makes Ihc decisions. DEATH IN HIS ARMS A Vietnamese boy carries the body of his brother at Tan Khai pasl wounded Soulh Viet- namese soldiers Tuesday along Roule 13. The boy's par- ents were killed in the An Lac fighting and his brother was killed fleeing the fighting along the highway. The" soldiers wounded in an earlier ambush by Norih Vietnamese Iroops. Wirephoto by radio from Soigon Ecological plan for wilderness OLD FATHHIl KUALA LUMPUR (API A J man has become the father of an eight-pound baby boy, local newspapers re- porlcd. Tlis bride is EDMONTON (CP) An ecological system approach will Ire used in selling up wilder- ness areas in Alherla, A 11 o n Wnrrack, minister of lands end fm-RsLs, told the legislature Monday in introducing amend- ments to (he Wilderness Areas AH. suffer culs BONNYVILLE (CP Swift Current men escaped with minor Injuries when their lifiht plane crashed nt n re- molo airstrip 75 miles north of here, JICMP reported Monday. Hie aircraft failed to make It of (he Grist Lake runway Sim- day, crashed and exploded, starling a small forest fire, said police. The men managed to uel out of the wreckage be- fore Ihe explosion. Dan Pilgrim, 37, Theodore Ullrich, :tfi. and Claude Gellncr, 32. were flown to hospital here in H Canadian Armed Forces plane. They were treated for minor cuts and bruises and later released. The amendments remove 6 144-square-mile limit on the size of a wilderness area, establish Ihrcc wilderness areas in the province, and provide for a con- trolled buffer zone around all or part of a wilderness orea. Dr. Warrack said the bound- aries of Ihe three wilderness a r c n s will cover 53 square miles in the St. Fleur area of the Rocky-Clearwaler forest south of iho North Saskatch- ewan River and 488 square miles In the While Goat orea north of the St. Fleur region. Dr. Warrack said aclivity re- lated to more inlensive human use will be permitted in the controlled buffer zones, but there would be no strip mining, quarrying or major water di- versions. i i--v For durability depend on CILUX House Paint Dollar for dollar your best S 7-year lerm for lieroiu posscssioii CALGARY (CP) Dean Morley Pow, 28, of Calgary was sentenced in Albertn Supreme Court Monday to seven years imprisonment for possession of heroin for Ihe purpose of traf- ficking. Pow pleaded guilty before Mr. Justice W. J. C. Klrby who termed his crime as "one ol the most nefarious in the Crim- inal Code." Pow was arrested Feb. 19 after a search of his apart- ment uncovered heroin valued nt Vernon Paton, 38, of Vancou- ver was also arrested and charged with possession of her- oin. He pleaded guilty and was fined 5500 with the alternative of three months in jail. Police followed Paton to Pow's apartment after observ- ing Paton arrive on a flight from Vancouver. A woman in the apartment w a s also arrested but I h c r r o w n enfered a .sl.ny of pro- ceedings in her case. CALGARY (CP) Seeding Is well advanced in Alberta. Eighty per cent of the wlieaL, 50 per ceni of oats, barley, flax and rye and 33 per cent of rapescri'd now i.s planted, Ihe Al- 'Impulse' shooting my.s RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) Po- lice say Senator D. Everett Jor- dan apparently was not the tar- Ret of a young gunjnan who killed three persons and wounded fipht others before nip his own life at a shop- ping centre where the senator was campaigning. Tlie gunman "Just broke out his gun ami started shooting, first one way and then nn- Police Clue! Robert Goodwin said. don't know why lie was there." A witness, Bruce Bland of Raleigh, said the gunman was "aiming at anything that moved." bcrta Wheat Pool said today. j Toward tlie end of last wirli, rain v.as general and ninsl areas rei-uivcd one inch of moisture. The rain was welcomed espe- cially in Ihe south where dry conditions had been reported. Seeding was delayed in tho north by the rain, but good moisture and warm weather were expected to hasten crop growth. In general, soil moisture con- ditions in Alherla are good In excellent although limited, rain has fallen this spring in the Peace Biver country, said Iho report. Weed growth was reported to be in numerous areas. Limited cutworm damaga had occurred east of Leth- bridge, and in south-central to eastern areas grasshopper ac- tivity was fairly heavy. The Pool also said that Im- proved soil moisture conditions have prompted increased rape- seed seeding and rapeseed acreage may now reach 88 per cent of last year's level, with comparative reductions in flax acreage. Wheat seeding Inten- tions at 116 per cent of last year, were unchanged. Gas pipeline possible near Mackenzie River TORONTO (CP) Canada may soon need a gas pipeline running down t h e Mackenzie River Valley from the Arctic gas fronlic'r In customers In southern Canada, Energy Minis- ter Donald S. Macflonald said Monday, If Ihc line Is later ertended westward to tap the U.S. gas re- sources of Pmdhoe Bay In Alaska, the carrying of can gas south through Canadian territory will have to be under "arrangement suitable to Can- he added. Addressing the Canadian Gas Associalion, M r. Macdonald said gas discoveries in the Ca- nadian Arctic are approaching the stage of deciding whether there are sufficient supplies to make pipeline ccncU'iiction in the Mackenzie valley feasible. "No longer Is it a question of whether we will find gas, but rather how much is needed in order to justify the very large investments in pipe and other facilities required to bring fron- tier gas to he said. Construction of any pipeline from the Arctic will be subject to regulation by the National Energy Board. The minister noted that research on several proposed lines has started, but said it Is "obvious that only one pipeline can be built from finy one new major supply area." The energy board has to pick the best features of al- ternative plans and put them to- gether. But Mr. Macdonnld asked the gas companies to work towards submitting one proposal combininR tire best fen- lures of all projects now being prepared. Premier pledges fairness on oil, gas royalties GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Any government decision on in- creasing oil and gr.s royalties will In no way be intended (o hurt operations prepared to do a high degree of exploration in A'berla, Premier Peter Loug- hecd said Monday night. Mr. Lougheed told the annual meeting of the Alberta Cham- ber of Commerce thai the gov- ernment has a tremendous re- sponsibility to both the pe- troleum industry and the lic when U makes a decision on royalties. "It is our Job to see there is a f a i r and equitable relation- ship between what the people own and what i.s developed." Mineral engineering department reorganized at U of Alberta RAIL CARS FOR WHEAT Olio long, minister respon- sible for the Canadian NVheal Board, eyes reporters afler Idling the House of Commons Monday lhat a government decision To buy. railway hopper cars came afler the government had Trouble persuading elevolor companies and railways thai nine million bushels of western wheal could be moved. The cars will cosl o total of million, (CP Wirephoto) Weather and road report SL'XRISr WEDNESDAY Las Vegas "1 SUNSET Home 77 50 Paris 70 50 II T, Prc London 61 KDMONTOX fCP> For- mation of a new department of mineral engineering at the Uni- versity of Alberta was ap- proved Monday by the univer- sity's general faculties council. the council said the existing department of mining and met- allurny and the division of pc- trnleum cncincerinfi lie re- Woman jailed Dujvoul claims for possession of hashish .structured to form the new de- partment. It will provide training in metallurgy, mining, and pe- troleum engineering and act as "nn unbiased centre of informa- tion For the public, government and industry." Dr. (ieorj'c Fnrd. denn nf en- gineering, said Ihc rhanpes will be effective aHer Ihe appoint- ment of a chairman for Ihe rle- probably about one from l.clhhrlilgr 15 Amsterdam 52 48 Medicine Hat 77 53 Madrid 99 M Calgary 76 46 Moscow 61 48 Pinchcr Creek 73 45 FORECASTS Edmonton 77 49 I.etlibridfic, Medicine Hat, Banff 79 43 Sunny today. Brisk Coronation 73 45 south winds. Highs near 80. High Level 80 M Lows near 50. Wednesday: Peace River 86 48 Mainly sunny, llighs 80-85. Penticlon M 58 MONTANA Prince George 90 58 Essl of Continental Vancouver -71 40 Fair and warm today and Wed- Prlnce Albert 70 43 nesday. Chance of a few thun- Saskatoon 73 50 derstorms southwest porlion Swift Current 70 43 both afternoons. Highs today 75 North Bay 79 52 ,11 to H5, tcivght 45 to 5J. Repina 4fl Highs Yt'ednesdav BOs. Brandon 07 32 West of Continental Winnipeg 63 32 Fair with some afternoon Toronto 78 57 .cloudiness loday and Wedncs- Ottawa 82 59 day. Chance of a few thunder- Montreal 83 53 storms south portion during Ihe St. John's Tn la f lernoon. Continued warm. Halifax 73 ..j Highs today and Wednesday V5 Trcdericlon 01 to M. Lows (onlghl -Ite. Minneapolis fitt 47 .59 Columbia, Konlcnay Tn- New York 63 day and Wednesday, sunny and I Washington 71) fili warm. ITiqhs loday and Wed- Los Angeles 37 GR ncsday, 80 to So. Lov.s tonight Denver 67 49 1 50 to 55. JOHN COLOR CENTRE Pdinli ciiul WtilliinpCT 331 5th SI. S. Fh. 3rd Avc. 17lh SI. Ph. 328-4 IIOLLINGSWORTII 9th. Ava. HARDWARE 1572 AVE. S. PHONE ,1211-3684 COALDALE LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. I'.OMnAU riioNt j.iy.ioai YOU Will. riNP UIF. BEM DRANO'; ADVfRTIfiED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD EDMONTON (CP) A 27- iir-old housewife ,wl mother of one child wris sonlpncod in one ycnr in jnil Monday for pohsrssion of 518.000 woilh of Karon Ballnnlync1 nf Kilinon- Inn was arroslpfi March I afler Mic1 had removed r, pound of hashish from the (runk of her court uas told. Another Uiicc pounds of (do flrutf were found in the car. IVfoncc couii-sol Tnn Bakor ?aifl Mrs. Rallanlyni' was han- rMirifT (he linshif.li as 3 fjn'or fur pfr'.on fliif] TI n (n iiirlk0. q prnlil "Ilirj publif would mff'T if not jailed said Mr AI'I'l-TISIMi pi A c il.v rfficienry in invvsjKjper clnirm it. nhv-vc ims KOIX] Italian ruis- ne now arn hot' (cr." glad's, "Our decor is I'i'llei-, nur clioiiT of is heilci- ,md. I hanks to nur new kih tirn ivn rnok murk I C1IASK EM) JOIIAX.NTCSBUfiG, South j CHINOOK