Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Gov't starts own battle on pollution By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA As a part of its broader fight against the federal govern- ment is now taking steps to prevent pollution or at least clean-up the pollution from its own federal from military bases to harbors and airports. According to supplementary budgetary estimates tabled in the Ottawa has allocated IB-million this fiscal year as part of its own anti pollution efforts. Most of the money will be spent building sewage treatment some of it will be saved to clean up any spills of pollutants from or at federal facilities. The largest single has been allo- cated for the department of national for use primarily at the many military bases which are often towns within town si Another is earmarked for the environ- ment and includes amounts that will be used for emergency clean-ups. Sums of a piece have been budgeted for the transport department and the department of Indian Affairs and Northern to take care of pollution at air- ports and for ex- and the growing com- munities in the north. The supplementary es- timates also contain an ad- ditional for the en- vironment department's for the adminis- tration of the Clean Air Act and the Motor Vehicle Safety Act. both intended to reduce air pollution across the country CONTROLS EASED TOKYO -Japan'sFi- nance Ministry said Tuesday it has lifted controls that had prohibited non-residents from buying more Japanese stocks than they sold. In the government started controls on securities invest- ment by non-residents to help reduce an influx of speculative money in an- ticipation of the revaluation of the Japanese yen. Oyster break Fishermen employed by the Crane Cove Oyster Farm on the Eskasoni Indian reserve in Cape Breton stop for an oyster break while packaging the com- pany's first crop of oysters. The oyster farm billed as a first for North America was developed with the help'of loans and grants from the department of Indian Affairs. Maintain life in mixed city Jerusalem's mayor has tough job By FRANCIS OFNER Christian Science Monitor Israel One of the most difficult tasks in this complex war is that of the Mayor of Teddy Kollek. For it is his job to maintain a near-normal life in this mix- ed city of some Arabs and three times as many Jew- ish Israelis at a time when Jews and Arabs are fighting a desperate war on several ma- jor fronts. Jerusalem is not just another but a holy one to and Muslims. As a whatever this Vienna-born Mayor does is carefully often critically scrutinized by many millions of persons in the four corners of the earth. Here is what Mr. Kollek told about life in wartime Jer- usalem Is there any tension between Jews and Arabs as a result of the current the definitely not. But I imagine that the Arabs in the city are not full of brotherly love toward us. They would like the Arabs to win in this Do Arabs and Jews continue maintaining contacts despite the Arabs are com- ing to the municipality's of- just like Jewish Israelis. A number of Arabs came last week on emergency business connected with the war mainly to secure food supplies such as distribution of and other food items. This has become necessary since many truck drivers are mobilized by the Army. most Arab employees of the municipality come regularly to work despite the war. And those who do not come are often prevented by the reduced public transportation only one-third of the usual number of buses have operated in the city since the beginning of the How did the war affect the shrines of the three major the Wailing the Al Aksa and the Church of the Holy Muslims are celebrating their month of the Ramadhan fast. On the sixth day after the outbreak of the some Muslims showed up at Al Aksa for Fri- day prayer. The preacher quite openly prayed for Arab victory. He did it as if it were a religious Koranic sermon as if it were not a political oration. But nobody expected anything else least of myself. to the Wailing we Jews also have a the Feast of the Tabernacle. So many thousands are praying though far fewer young people and fewer tourists than usual. Christians have no holiday so they do not visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in great numbers. life in the city religious too proceeds with a considerable degree of DAMBUSTER The Grand Dixence dam in completed in is feet long and 932 feet from base to rim. Crossword By Dorothea E. Shipp ANIMAL CRACKERS ACROSS 1 Flow Home Japanese naval 6 All Animal canni- 11 System is this Sing-Sing Scotland -Tin Tin 16 Word Yowl disand Invitation 21 Les 22 Boat or Empower 23 Confirm 24 Union Whim 25 The Answer to 26 Kind Field is metrics loses French river Shields 27 Crossed Celebes ox the Slice 28 Double-cross 29 Turves 31 Noun Ceremonious 32 Girl's Scoffer at 33 Child's 34 36 Granny mus. 36 Wormy 40 Zoo Side road 41 When Nymph will Old Offspring DOWN 1 Nobel or Bergmann 2 3 Catkin 4 Nibbled 5 Preceding 6 Merganser 7 Kind of butter 8 Carry cherish a hopeless love 9 Prank 10 In favor of 11 Teen hairdo 12 Visit Elkton 13 Foch 14 Zoroastnan sacred books 15 Depreciates 16 Environment 17 Rowdy did Goldi- locks pick flowers 18 Beam 19 Minn town 20 Ten. Lat 30 Egg part 31 Taboo 35 Wild. Scot. 37 Caspary title 39 Halt 41 Purple Heart 42 Lobster. Fr. 43 Type or phonic 44 Prison camp. WWII 46 Royal house 48 San seaport 50 form 51 Faction 52 dial. 54 Roman magis- trate 116 Bartenders or string tiers 18 French brainwaves 120 Fiber 122 English poet and critic 125 Synthetic 127 Reviles 131 Render harmless 132 Reflections 134 knock. knock 136 Welsh strait 137 Bushy shrub 138 Thrum 139 Stir 140 A lad's date 141 Roman magistrate 142 Shabby 143 Follows super 144 Earthquake 145 Erstwhile counsels 146 Henry J's boneyard pal 147 Inscribed pillar 56 Mason's lieutenant SB Bug genus 61 Diets 62 poet 64 Babble 67 Journal 69 Eng. admiral 70 Alexander of movies 72 1507 74 Girl's name 76 Fr. 78 Decided 16 X by Alice D.Vaugh.n ACROSS 1 Baby's first walk 5 Leisurely walk 7 Receivers of property 9 Walk indig- nantly 10 Poker fee 12 Call 13 Flowers 15 Publish 16 Fib 17 Pastries 19 Hive playboy 20 Concealed 21 Musical dramas 23 Slowly-built city 24 Canle genus 25 Owing 26 Regret 27 Crack 28 Fras 30 Insect 31 Word-play 32 Actor Vallone 33 Provisos 34 -boyi 35 Expunged 37 The heavens 38 Bay window 39 Run a paper 40 Raven's host 41 Hearsay 42 Ran off 44 Devoured 80 Jai alai 86 Corundum racket 87 Stalwart 81 Where to go 89 mi. from bad sol 82 Inert gases 90 Ubiquitous 83 Accustomed to abbr. 84 Learning 91 One of the segment weird sisters 45 Link closely 5 Tilt 46 Oscillated 6 Holy season 47 Pennant 7 Make amends 49 Vendor 8 Russian 50 Lasses' prairies concerns 9 Polish DOWN 11 Lake 1 Fence passway 2 Long walk 3 Longtime 4 If you will 92 Sweet hay 94 Strike- breakers 96 Ger 99 Fold 100 Barters 101 Unit of velocity 12 Walk 13 Help 14 Saw-edging 15 Obtain 16 Till 18 Stroll 19 Curtain 104 Panic 106 Unlsexers 108 Carole and Peter 110 Inventor 112 Asian holiday 114 in quantity 117 Reconstructed 119 Gapes 121 Upset 122 Cougars 123 Anoint 124 Porch 125 Nimble 126 Chopin forte 128 DumDum. si. 129 Artist's need 130 Cubic meter 133 Eager 135 Kind of alcohol 138 abbr 20 colloq. 34 Equipped. 21 Pronoun 22 Bristly 24 Thin nail 25 Challenge 28 Frenchmen 29 Long walk unlike Venus 36 thread 37 Turf 38 External 40 Stormy 41 Madman 43 Coal mines 44 Am Singer or designer 46 Henry St. Lillian 48 Note of Gukto CRYPTOGRAMS SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES UUUOUUH UOUUUUUUH LJUIUJLUJLJUULILJ nnnnn nnnnn nnnnn nnnnn utiHa rjraii UUUIJIHJ OMunu uuuunnn amn QUHPJ HULJUUU uuu Bauunu LJUUIJIUU uau UQHQLHJ uuuuau BUM BUDUDS uuuuu UUQUU UOOU OUUH MHULJ ULJUU aDnnnn aaong saua aaaaa aanaon nnnan uuau umauu nnnnannnanna aaonatiDaau Finn nnnnnn anncin aaann nooH naaarj anno onn nuun aaaaa nnaunuriQ nnnninnn aaann aannn nnn onnnuH nananrir.iuaau unnn nnnnn noanin aann nncinn nnnn nnanu nnnna nnnoran nan mnnniimnnnnu unarmo oanurin ana naumin rjHaann nauannuMnmn BUH nnnnnn imonn nnnrjn r.nimi nnnarj onoa nnnnn nauon gnrau nonnnaunnDiu unmann OOP nunun nBaan raaanrjHU nnHUOUUH uarjau HOHU uaa unoa uuuau Mrjutj oaaau uurauu EJUUUUU uuu QBUOaQBUlDll UUQUUUOUUQHIJ ouauH uuHti UOQUH uuuuou QBUIJH niiUU HDU1JH 1973 by Chicago Tnbune-N. Y. Newt Syno1. Inc. World Rights Reserved I. EC YHNSZK EYZUZEU YESSR Z KLEERO BE .NO BLO CHUUZORB. HEGOMCAV HEDDCMY XNWYRNCOJ XOA CAALMY CNLM AV INGM IMVUE. -ByhdtaM.Speiry 3. THMK GHUNGYO SWETBUBSWGY AEA NIGONK SLUW-LSU OBI HOA MGO. -ByJ.B. 4. EAT DRAWNSNOW FRIEYT PR I E RD Y N SNO W Unt Week's CrjrptoffniM 1. An Biiwt be female maeter of who wrote MauMftpt her liberation Iran multiple eetwoete. 2. Tlpey gypey fiddler In reaUnrat hh bow UMftad la dteerV bowl of 3. Sameda j mM wfll recycle I 4. BtM triplet tripped pretty bftdly. Tory MP irks cabinet with consumer facts By STEWART MacLEOD OTTAWA When the Commons' daily question period turned into a good old- fashioned shouting session it surprised no one that the MP starting it was James A. McGrath. McGrath John's has the deftness of a Chinese acupuncturist when it comes to getting un- der the skins of cabinet ministers. He was needling Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray as he was well equipped with old Hansards and statutes. you don't have to have expert knowledge to be a con- sumer says the normally quiet-spoken New- foundlander. learn a lot by shopping for six children.'' Party officials are impress- ed with the expert knowledge of their consumer affairs critic. After 16 years around he is emerging as one of their key pertormers on television and radio. Sunday night he will appear on CTV's The Nation's Busi- a television program usually reserved for party .leaders and senior front- benchers. A few days ago he did a sim- ilar broadcast on radio If the Conservatives took power say party of- there is little doubt the 41-yearold Mr. McGrath would become consumer af- fairs minister. RESISTS PRESSURE He is credited with resisting pressure against his two-year fight to ban television adver- tising aimed at children. It is no secret that more than one television through the offices of Conservative fund- made their opposition known to the and repre- sentatives of radio stations also became involved. But the party never put pressure on Mr. McGrath. He kept hammering away at his wheeling and dealing it through committee report in which the House concurred. Mr. McGrath still is feuding with the Canadian Radio-Tele- vision Commission for not adopting some of the com- mittee particularly the one which would ban advertising aimed exclusively at children. But he is satisfied his cam- paign has had its effects. It was while his proposals were in committee that the televi- sion industry set its own code of conduct for and the Quebec government approved regulations affecting advertising originating in that province. When Mr. McGrath talks about TV advertising directed at children his Irish emotions can bubble quickly to the sur- as they can when he talks about his affection for a country he wanted no part of back in 1949 when he was a Newfoundland nation- alist. took a year or he recalls. I became an ardent WORKS HARD Surrounded by stacks of consumer price lists and memos from outside he works long hours in his Parliament Hill Brandt warns Arabs BONN Chancellor Willy Brandt told the West German parliament today that the of Bonn's links with Israel remains and he warned the Arab leaders not to use to gain their political aims. In his first major policy speech on the Middle East since the start of the Arab- Israeli war and the Arabs' retaliatory oil Brandt told the upper house that West Germany does not intend to hide behind joint Common Market statements on the Middle East. Brandt spoke shortly before both houses of parliament approved an emergency bill giving his government sweep- ing- powers to conserve oil supplies with such measures as banning weekend and holi- day lowering the speed restricting driv- ing and rationing oil products. the chancellor said the government does not in- tend to make immediate use of the emergency powers. The who will see Premier Golda Meir at a meeting of European socialist leaders in London said his government's attempts to remain neutral in the Middle East conflict should not be confused with of the heart and office. His mail includes ex- amples of misleading labell- ing and advertising sent in by consumers. shoppers are be- coming much more dis- he says. are becoming more aware that people in the selling business are going to get what they can from Mr. McGrath once ran a food brokerage business in St. that was an in- valuable learned about the that are never passed on to PETER WALL FARM AUCTION SALE 4 MttM EMI and South of Coaktato ALBERTA Nov. a.m. Having boon favoured wHh bwtntctione from Mr. Peter who hoe OQM MB he wHI offer for eole the following line of Farm Machinery ee lletod wMch merely gtride end In no way warranty or guarantee ee to condition or ego end to to or minor aa you may find them the day of the eale. Cart the day of wtth eettlemem In full before removal from LUNCH WILL BE SERVED 1-Farmall Model M Tractor. 1-John Deere 14 ft. Hoe Drill Model 1-John Deere 12 ft. Rod Weeder Model 1-IHC 10 ft. Spring Tooth 1-IHC 4 Furrow Plow on 1-IHC 3 Furrow Plow on 1-John Deere 2 Furrow Plow on 1-10 ft. Wooden Land Float Roller by Wall 1-9 ft. IHC Field 1-13 ft. Jeoffroy Chisel 1-IHC 7 ft. Power Mower cut less than 100 6 Sections of Diamond Harrows Draw 4-Sections of Diamond Harrows Heavy Duty Draw 2-Sectlons of Diamond 1- Tumble 1-Martin 1-IHC Side Delivery Parrallel Bar 1-Kirchner Hy- draulic 1-10 ft. John Deere Double 1- John Deere Swather on Transport 1-Bale 1-4 Wheel 1-IHC Model 46 Baler 1-Plywood Camper for Fleet 2-Tank Cul- Box 1-Roll of Snow 1-Stock Racks for Fleet Side Box. FUEL PROPANE 1-500 Gal. Fuel Tank Wooden 1-500 Gal. Propane Tank. SHOP TOOLS 1-Briggs Stratton 9-12 H.P. Gas 1-Acetylene Welding Outfit 1-Set of Cattle 1-Set of 8.25x 20 Truck 1-Boat 1-Swede Several Hand 4-Life 1-Post Electric 1-Battery 2-Hydraulic 1-Coal Oil Several Duck 1-Garden Sprinkler Outfit H.P. Electric Motor Garden Pump Pipe 15 Fuel Log Grease Wrenches. HOUSEHOLD 1-Late Model Chin Cabinet Doors 1-Five Piece Sectional Stylecrest Chesterfield Living Room Suite Old Rose 3-Living Room Reading 2-Coffee 2-Corner 1-Chrome Kitchen Suite 1-2 Piece Bedroom 1-Chest of 1-Floor 1-Simplicity Wringer 1- Enterprise Converted Gas Quantity of Fruit 1-Bedstand and 3-Pickle 1-Electric Hot 1-Combination Record and 1-Large Picnic 1-Bench 2 Lawn Quantity of Pots Pans Several Kitchen 1-Copper Quantity of 1-Set of TV 1-Ladies 1-Folding Picnic Table Quantity of good Household Articles too numerous to mention. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX ALBERTA the South by Word of For Further Information Phone or the Owner AUCTIONEERS- LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010120 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010121 MIKE OLIJNYK FARM AUCTION SALE 3 MilM WtNt and 21A North Of ALBERTA Nov. 1973 11 a.m. Having been favoured with instructions from Mr. Mike Olijnyk who has we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to deletions. errors and minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale Ceeh the day of the with eettlemem In lull before removal from the farm. I-I.H.C. Farmal Model M Row Crop l-Allls Chalmers Model B 1-John Deere Mndel AR Tractor. COMBfNES A l-Massey Harris No. 26 Self Preyed 10 ft. I-I.H.C. McCormick No. 141 Propelled 14ft. Combine. I-I947 Studebaker 2VZ Ton Truck Beet Box IRRIGATION x 40 ft. Major Pipe end x 40 ft. Major Pipe Centre x 40' Major Main 1-Berkley Model B4J Irrigation 4x6 Pump. SUGAR BEET 2-I.H.C. Beet I-I.H.C. Beet l-John Deere Beet l-Case Beet l-Beet Elevator. l-Bale l-Case Side Delivery -Rake Model l-Wooden Land 2-Steel Wheel 1-Malco Weed Sprayer ft. 1-John Deere 2 Bottom Horse 3 Sections of 1-Dump 4 Sections of Diamond l-Rotatoe I-2 Bottom Plow on l-Tumble I-6 ft. Discer on l-John Deere 8 ft. 1-John Deere 6 ft. 1-V Ditcher 2-Dump l-John Deere 10 ft. Drill on l-Case l-Steel Wheeled Manure Spreader. l-Part Holsteln Milk Cow 6 yrs. old 2 month Calf FUEL I-300 Gal. Single Compartment Fuel Tank. SHOP TOOLS A MISC. Quantity of 1 -Bench Quantity of Wrenches Forks Shovels Log Chains and 'Many More Items Too Numerous to Mention. Chair l-Cream l-Coal l-Upholstered l-tt Size Bed Box Spring I -Steel l-Steal Several Lamps. CONDUCTtQ BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX ALBERTA the South by Word of For Further Information Phono or the Owner AUCTIONEERS- LES NMBLEY FID IMTM NMNHEY Ue. M. 0101W Lk. Nl. MI1S Ut. M.