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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Troop exercises will not be allowed to interfere with ecology of south Wednesday, November 10, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD OTTAWA (CP) British troops conducting exercises in southern Alberta will not bo to interfere wilh the delicate ecology of the grass- lands region, the govcrnrae.it said today. The statement came jointly from Defence Minister Donald Macdonald and Environme n t Minister Jack Davis- Groups of between 600 and British troops will use li'.e Sufficld Military Reserve for years. There had been concern thai HOW DOROTHY BETZ HELPS HER PEOPLE Indians hove a tough time coping with the hostile white world. And whites have on even tougher time knowing how to help Ihem. Thai's why people like Manitoba's Dorothy Betz moke sense. Read how Mrs. Betz, on Indian, help! her own people to help themselves, this Saturday. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE the exercises would disrupt Hie environment and damage some archeological sites because live ammunition and heavy tanks "Approximately 20 per cent oul of bounds completely or limited to exercises in which tanks and oilier tracked vehi- cles will not bo Mr. Macdonald and Mr. Davis in their prepared statement. "Bri- tish officials have agreed to the conditions." They said Ihe main objec- tions to the planned use of the square mile region were "possible dangers to what is a relatively undisturbed part of Ihe Canadian prairies harbor- ing some rare examples of plant and animal life." The British troops, there- 100% Polyester Printed Crepo 1 1 exciting fall colors to choose from. 45" wide. Reg. 3.99. YD. 2.96 Good color selection. 60 width. Reg Woolco Price 3.54 yd. YD. Brushed Antron Jersey Washable, drip dry. 45" width. In a wide assort- ment of colors. Reg Woolco Price 2.99. 2.69 Plain Polyester Crepe Fully washable. 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I beautiful foil shade Must be dry cleaned, YD, 4.99 v f Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 ci.m. lo 6 p.m.; Closed Thursday, Open Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.) Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. fore, will be confined to areas where the soil is more resis- tant to heavy traffic; a one- mile buffer will be estab- lished along the .South Saskat- chewan River; and off road traffic will be limited to move- ment on foot in another part of the reserve. "Continuing survey and mon- itoring will be developed for both ecological and environmen- tal reasons and environment experts will be named to ad- vise the base the ministers said. The announcement came two reeks after tliree Edmonton cientists had submitted a fed- Tally commissioned report to Htawa, saying Ihe troop exer- cises could damage the Suf- ield region's ecology. The report said grass fires could be started by exploding ammunition and special precau- jons would be necessary to pre- 'ent fires from spreading to I icighboring ranches. "The Suffield area represents about the only locality of rea- sonable undisturbed mixed on the prairie remaining under federal government pur- the report said. The possibility of using the Suffield region as a training j cnntre for West German troop? j also has been raised. Seven; West German officers and gov- j eminent officials toured the area two weeks ago, part of a tour of Canadian facilities. An area near Shilo, Man., also is jeing considered. C. Pi. Iverson, director-gen-1 oral of Research Establishment Suffield. announced that the fa- cility will officially become a base, on Dec. 1. CFB Suffield would be a mo- bile command base responsible for control of the base and its training facilities but the build- ings and range area would re- main under Research Establish- ment administration W( to do says Stanbiiry CALGARY (CP) The New Democratic Party's byelection victory in Assiniboia indicates the Liberal Party has "an aw-1 ful lot if work to do" on the prairies, Senator Richard Stan- bun' said here. Senator Stanbury, president of the Liberal Party of Canada, said the Liberal government at Ottawa suffered because of a lark of communication with the farmers. were not able to explain to them why it was so difficult for us to pass'' the grains sta- bilization legislation "and the> didn't blame the people who actually caused the failure of Ihe legislation the NDP ar.d the Conservatives." Senator Sianbury faid prai- rie farmers, despite the byelcc- jon result, still favor some kind of income stabilization, However, the byelection re- sult was not much different from w h a t the Liberals had faced on the prairies for some years "when for sonic reason or other, farmers particularly on the prairies have not seem- ed to accept the tremendous ef- forts from people like CKto Lang and Bud Olson.'' He said Mr. Lang, minister in charge of fhe Canadian Wheat Board, and Agriculture Minis ter Olson have been making great efforts in trying to find out from fonr.ers "what kind of legislation would he helpful and then trying to put it into effect." U.S. authority may have point CHAPEL HILL. N.C. (API A national authority on football j injuries says the game oupht In be abolished al high schools can't afford proper equip- ment and don't have many play- ers. "It's definitely not safe to play a football game with just four or five reserves en the said Dr. Carl S. 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