Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
IHf. UIHBUDGl c what known throufdiont' resources uf oil, nalnral Smalm- dnnei'im a most ly lion-mud Ihe money from Ihc roiinnnin Kas, coal and water graiilnilK trend in the two Alberta treasury branches, been doing! n i, ,nts In fact, says Senator Cam- provinces is Hie development of The established institutions n be talk-' mm. it U.K.' economic our own financial institutions, j t-ompany's venture :n foreign "r Albl'rlil lintlsh ures really get lough we could lie points out that the Western rlsky. small and its of- bia. and [specially elected pro- certainly 'u.-e our ahiimlancc United Stales didn't .Mart lo dc- j ficials loo inexperienced to jr vincial and municipal officials, er. that the ports what Alberta Progressive i The Alberta senator says lu-'s i degree today. some people don't re- lint tlic people of Al- WKIINKMUY .-MOVII-: (O.MKIIY: .Maria." (I p.m.. I'll. 7. This movie features lingilte .Icanne Morcau as travelling girls cairbl up in a Latin Amt-rimn Sl'dHT. I'ni lliiclii'.v, (i p.m.. (li. l.l. The Montreal ,11 IH. M 111 111 II'. I .T I n 1. mm inces should have tho right Conservative Premier I' e t e r delighted to see that the l.nnk 1 In IK recommend of I I-OORhecd said in Ottawa re- of British Columbia is in a hnni.- i-.if ..I' fii-ricirx cc'iil'lv That comment ahou! the licaltln stale. He points mil that hcrta and llritisli Columbia are ,f ihe hi first thaUiimself! federal government pla> in-! strong opposition against it oil- v.ilh optimism and j plea mr.de by the f-'.c.ncy in l.ifl slop ume years ago, it was consid- not lettinK us near the table, i Ottawa. IHKT.MKNTAHV: This Land. R p.m., C'li. 7. A slm-y (if of the: Dig Horn Ham that will flood Iheir Koole- hi the Centre of Things NOV. 10th VIMY LOUNGE 'THE CAMEOS SAT., NOV. 13lh VIMY LOUNGE 'SUNSET 4' THURS., NOV. llth BEAVER ROOM 'VERA SfNCLAER FRI., NOV. 12th BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGLOWS1 SAT., NOV. 13th BEAVER ROOM 'VERA SINCLAIR' Rove! Canadian Legion GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9sh si. s. erii or Venezuela oil so it gets j Years ago, a now well known Canada, il while il can. Alberta's oil 1 and highly productive coal Halher. they should continue can be held in reserve for a mining company needed lo oh- to build themselves up both po- rainy day Meanwhile though, it tain millions of dollars in f-api- lilically and economically as an j isn't even earning interest for tal. Kvcry chartered hank in example oi what a positive en-j DOCI JllC.VI'AltV: The Tenlli In-i-aile. p.m.. Cll. T. the d'lory" is third in a series clclail- ing Hie highligllts of the lii'-fvr'iakcr-l'carson years, DKA.MA: "Tin- p.m., Cll. 13. Two l.initliers v.lin are Maiia members are caught in a trap. Stars Kirk I'MOFIl.K: Morinan .fi'UiMin Spi'i-iiil, III p.m., Cll. 7. A pcrirail in film of the Oscar winning Canadian film maker and his en-lCL-ation work on "Fiddler On Ihe Hoof" which iias received acclaim. MOVIK H'KSTKHX: "Tin- Ilig p.m., Cll. 7. star Gregory Peck finds himself in lire middle of a war his tiancn-'s strong-willed father and another 'I'lll ItSDAV M'K( IAI.: Iteiucmliranci- Hay. a.m.. Hi. 7. Two film relating flu- U'orld JI experiences of an navigator, and the ceremonies a1! tlie National War Memorial in Ottawa. At II a.m. Channel Ki will tele- vise the services. MOVIK niM.Ul: "Times of Clnry." I p.m., Cli. 7. .Alec (iuinne.-.s and Jchn Mills star in this English wartime story. "1 think most scivirisis are i the issue raised by Mich tilings Canadian'I'rrss Science Vuitor aware of the problems here and as genetic manipulaticn "is a n r would say lo government: 'Look j very hard or.e." Irml Herz'oei-B Cain-la's' Nobel ollt lll're- yo" "ced i MAKE Me seme Herzberg returned early I representatives of 'he limits''on scientific 'efforts in today from a lecture tonr in the lie said he wonders whethc_r in Canada, it would he that "Canada should increase by s substantial percentage the fund- ing in pure science and be sure net to introduce any restrictions but leave the pure scientists to branch out into fields they think important." lie said Canadian scientists are concerned about the future. While no explicit directive had come to them from the govcm- ment or its financial planning agency, treasury board, they v.-ere asked questions about "missicn-orieiited research." STICKS [IV ST.VI'KMF.NT Dr. Ilerzbcrg said lie .slicks by the statement he made two years ago; "The exclusive or predorn- ncr.t support of mission-oriented work can only lead to medioc- rity In faet, he added al the news conference, when research is aimed tpecificallc toward a par- licuhir goal-fighting pollution, lur chances of success are less than with re- search done where the scien- tists' instinct, background and knowledge are the only guides. The firliaie's science policy committee might havj done real service if ir had stuck to investi- gating how much the govern- ment should -spent research support. "What I object lo is that they didn't even ask the opinions of the lop scientists of Ihe country in this matter." When ii: come.'-' in gctf inf? tdc -facts, Cheryl Molland goes to Ihe sourer. So slip asked (Bob JonsorO, store manager, to 1f-ll !ipr about Alpha Evaporated and Alpha Evaporated Milk. He said: J don't know too much about, the production the Alpha products aft IT all, you wouldn't expect me lo, with over five thousand different products in the store. Hut 1 can tell you something about their, quality. Not only because we Alpha ai home but also because we've been sell ing it And now that we've gol Alpha IT.'nKvap., J expert ii will he I he same. Not only that, hut when you need to lalkto the people at Alpha, they're t here. Even the top people. the il, C-lirryL The family of good Alpha products Marijuana road to heroin niK'.ViO Kculer i Mari- JIKUKI use seldom lewis to her- oin addiction, two university rc- sonrclicrs rrporlrd today in (he current i.-.sw of the Jouni.il of the American .Medical Associa- tion. Alhi'rl. Carlin and Robin Post df the psychiatry department of the University of Wnshington in Sent tip said that the progression from !o heroin addic- j (ion (inly rnrcly. The researchers based their finding on the result of a survey of Kill experienced mari- juanii users, per cenl of those :-ur- eyed ;il! men -reported that they had experimented with. heroin or morphine once or. hi ice, Die c'irlicle However. ii7 per cenl of those i i n t e r v i e w e d said they had smoked opium, but smoked a narcotic oiilv Hi limes or less. They denied I hey v.eiv addictetf to opium. Nearly ihree-cpiarters of the marijuana .smokers said they had lie drinks Mich as or me.scalline. More than half the, p'oup HJ1 per cenl i reported usiiitf peji [lills CHEC TIIORSDftf It- CJOC WEDNESDftV NIGHT THURSDAY fll I. be Ncv.l, VMhr, Scort :00 Nc.vs snd Grain J Thyi News MOM. THRU SAT. Plur... Probe CHEC FM -A- Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY i. i Eye Opener p y MI Invites You to Try the WHISPER GRIP WHISPERGRIP 63 LOAD RANGE WHITE SIZE 775-14 4 825-1. t .1 325-15 J 8.55-15 iu 28.40 58.40 29.50 One of ihe most popular tread de- in Canada. 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