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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 10, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 7 over for indiislrialixed coiinlrieK Anti-pollution crunch is coming OTTAWA (Cl'i Some in- dustrialized countries arc be- coming defensive about next year's Stockholm conference on iho environment they realize, more than ;myonc, the anti-pollution crunch is corn- ins. "The real points of resistance are Koing come from the in- dustrialized count Maurice Strong, secretary-general of the United Nations-sponsored con- ference, said today. The honeymoon was over and hard decisions laced Hie in- dustrial countries, for instance, whether industry should con- tinue to be allowed to make uni- lateral decisions that affected I he environment. Mr. Strong, former chief ol the Canadian International De- velopment Agency, summarized progress of preparatory work on the Stockholm conference to the advisory committee set up hy Ihc Canadian government. It is to get ideas on the position to he taken by this country. JIL'ST LEAIIN MOKE Mr. Strong said a chief Ihomc so far of all the preparatory I papers of governments, inlerna- j tional agencies and lion-govern-' require a "high- j mL.ntai BI-olips has been the "What do we value most? That question Mould faco these countries more and more. It would lead lo a new concep- tion of "what we really mean by growth." llr. Strong I old a Canadian preparatory committee he does not see a need for a special UN agency on the environment- However, the Stockholm dcci- level unit at the United Na- tions" lo act as a focal point for continued action and to help governments make individual need For lucre knowledge about the environment and a bout ways to apply that knowledge to protect and improve it. decisions on action and resource j jjc that in addition to allocation to fight pollution! recognizing these needs the ton- 1 prohlcms. UNIVERSITY CHINA LECTURES Wednesday, Nov. 10th 8 p.m. lecture Theatre West Campus PROFESSOR DAVID LAI "The Physique of the Awakening Giant" EVERYONE M LSSON'S PIE SHOP "HOME OF DELICIOUS PIES" introduce the 'NEW' SANDWICH THE DINE IN OR TAKE OUT Opon 9 a.m. to II p.m. Phone 327-1912 1708 Mayor Mograth Drive Next to Zeller's NOTE. WE WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY ECKANKAR Ancient Science of Soul Travel Condemmed by Churchmen "IN MY SOUL I AM FREE" has become a best seller in the U.S. For your copy send to: BOX 1053 IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA OUN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre ".Ml'RFHY'S WAR'' III color. Starring Peter OToolc. Wednesday, November 10 show at p.m. Adult Not, Suitable for Children. PINCHF.R CREEK Fox Theatre STUDKNT NURSES" In color. Wednesday and Thursday, November 10 and 11. Wednesday show at p.m. Hcslridcd Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "A NEW In color. Starring Waller Mathau and Elaine May. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, November 10. II and 12. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 3 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 55 NUMBERS 10th GAME S500 BONUS JACKPOT 50 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS NO BINGO THIS THURSDAY, NOV. llth. ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. llth-BRIDGE BRASS FRIDAY, NOV 12th-EMBERS SATURDAY, NOV. CANADIANS SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM Is Presently AND WILL RE-OPEN SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 1971 AND EACH WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY THEREAFTER FROM 2 TO 5 P.M. For information anil group arrangements call the Museum Office, 328-6455; or 328-2341 (Local 246) fcrcnre will put forward specific proposals for action. A feature of the meetings next June would be provision for di- rect participation of non-govern- mental gorups in the conference program. That meant thai more than just governments and intcrna- j tional agencies would be able to put forward ideas on such topics as pollution monitoring and sur- veillance, soil and ocean pollu- tion and conservation. National non-government bod- i ics which fell they had sonic- j thing to contribute would be j able lo do so. NOT FINAL WORD Environment Minister .lack j Davis, meanwhile, assured ad- visory committee members thai a provisional Canadian posilion paper wasn'l the final word. II had been written by one official, llr. Davis hadn't seen i it. it had been submitted under; deadline pressure that it bore no relevance to what Ihe Cana- j dian position would be j "I wouldn't regard that paper as limiting in any Mr. Davis told a news conference j later. j "The government's position will not be fully clear until the moment of the conference." j Thus the work of Ihe advisory committee and a series of re- gional seminars would be im- portanl in determining what tin's position might be. OliSERVERS MAY A1TEM) Mr. Strong said the Stockholm conference will be primarily a council of governments but seats for 850 observers will be available. A group of scientists under j Lady Barbara Ward-Jackson has been commissioned to write an over-all report on world envi ronment as a basic paper for the Stockholm meeting. Mr. Davis urged that advisnn committee lo "talk in global terms." Again he emphasized that its contribution would in no way be limited by the Canadian submission already mrdc. Chairman ICymard Corbin (I was asked why the Biological Coun- cil of Canada and the National Farmer's Union had been left off the advisory committee while a body like'the Canadian Manufacturers Association was included. Mi-. Corbin said the fanner's union has been invited and it was felt the biologists were rep- the council proba- bly would be invited. Convicts Jiiiriicd in bus hlnzu (ANTON, da. 'AI'i A prison bus returning tu Hie Cherokee county public c burst into flames as it uosstd the Btowali River Mon- day. Reports indicated Hi con- victs rere burned, 11 critically. Prisoners said Ihe blaze '.larlcd when a cigarette was 111 nt-ar a can of gasoline in the bai-k of Ihe bus. Witnesses said .screaming con- viels puslied oul Ihc door as the bus bunied in the middle of a bridge. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Cerlifk-d Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7M4 Lc-llibridBt TO HEAD I'EKIXCl'S UN DELEGATION' Deputy Foreign Minister Chain Kuan linn will head Peking's dele- gation to the General As- sembly. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Wednesday Short Subjects 'Railway Children" Last Complete Show Thursday Short Subjects 'Scandalous John" Last Complete Sl.ow CINEMA U'edneSElay Short Subjects "Carry On Up the Jungle" Last Complete Show lirsday Short Subjects "Hired Hand" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Wednesday Short Subjects "Omega Man'' Last Complete Show Thursday "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" "A Boy Ten Feet Tall" Last Complete Show They ar fooling! EDMONTON i C'P The HCMP aren't fooling about their crackdown on drinking drivers. A bu.sine.ssir.Jin asked to take a breath analysis test. He telephoned his law- yer who arrived at the po- lice station lo help his client. The officer took one look at the lawyer, asked if he had driven to 1hs station then told him to take the test as well. Both client and lawyer were convicted of impaired driving Starts Tomorrow THURS. and SAT. CONTINUOUS TO P.M. MATINEE FRIDAY AT P.M. A proud ml noble on a plug ugly nag! 1 le rode oul to battle the windmills of change! FAMILY EXCITINGLY WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS1 he's outrageous. ,.syou'IJ love him.., I1IIIAN AUONSO MICHtlE UK KEITH ARAL) CAREY LENZ MORGAN OAKLAND LV- TECHNICOtOR PANWISIOrC Ends CHILDREN" In Color Live Entertainment From 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight Monday, Nov. 8th thru Saturday, No. 13th "THE EVENING SHADOWS" A GUY AND A GAL AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED STARTS TOMORROW r CINEMA 4th AVE 8th ST .327-5100 ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN To the woman helo5t...forthc rerenge he craves1. THURSDAY 3 SHOWS MATINEE P.M. EVENING AND P.M. PETER FONDA'S FIRST FILM SINCE HIS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL "EASY RIDER" Ends Tonight: "CARRY ON UP THE JUNGLE" IN TECHNICOLOR CINEMA THEATRE PICTURE BUTTE FRI., SAT., SUNDAY NOV. 12, 13, 14. MAYFAIR THEATRE CARDSTON THURS., FRI., SAT. NOV. 11, 12, 13 REX THEATRE CLARESHOLM THURS., FRI., SAT. NOV. 11, 12, 13 OPERA THEATRE VULCAN THURS., FRI., SAT. NOV. 11, 12, 13 REX THEATRE BELLEVUE THURS., FRI., SAT. NOV. 11, 12, 13 TOWER THEATRE TABER SAT. AND SUNDAY NOV. 13 AND 14 CINEMA COLLEGE'- FAMILY CONTINUOUS SHOWS THURS. and SAT. to p.m. FRIDAY First Show at p.m. GENE WILDER JACK ALBERTSON HIT NO. 2 COLLEGE CINEMA ONLY 'BOY TEN FEET TALL" IN COLOR WITH EDWARD G. ROBINSON EMPRESS THEATRE FORT MACLEOD THURS., FRI., SAT. NOV. 11, 12, 13 CAPITOL THEATRE RAYMOND FRI. AND SAT. NOV. 12 AND 13 SUNLAND THEATRE MILK RIVER FRI. AND SAT. NOV. 12 AND 13 PARK THEATRE MAGRATH FRI. AND SAT. NOV. 12 AND 13 FOX THEATRE PINCHER CREEK FRI. AND SAT. NOV. 12 AND 13 BOW THEATRE BOW ISLAND FRI. AND SAT. NOV. 12 AND 13 PRESENTING ANOTHER FABULOUS 5-HOUR TRIPLE BANDSTAND SHOW DANCE COMBINATION TONITE, NOV. 10th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION 9 P.M. TO 2 A.M. ALL TICKETS AT THE DOOR ANOTHER CJOC PRESENTATION Featuring: "CAMO" FROM SEATTLE, WASHINGTON AN EIGHT-PIECE ALL NEGRO SHOW GROUP WHO CAN REALLY TURN IT ON. PLUS FROM SPOKANE THE FANTASTIC "GENERAL DELIVERY" FEATURING THEIR GREAT BRASS SECTION. Also: ONE OF SOUTHERN ALBtRTA'S TOP GROUPS "BILLY NICKLE" ;