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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 -THE l.nm-JIDGE HERAID- 11. 1971 PARAPLEGIC ROUTS INTRUDERS f0rroe- T.-.-V- ic h-r n OTTAWA -'CF -.r---d.i p r i e '.v, s might feem far trorn Expo 67 go. sees r ni-.ici of degree. Mr. Shav-. deputy commissioner-r.rr.cra; of tiie Expo is deputy minister ment m-ms'ry Jacs Davis. Expo, he h.vl ap- parentlv-endancered v.- a t e fowl habitat at first._ lit- ter. In the end. the habitat was improve anu lit- tering on the prourds became socially unacceptable. He is oharD d with en- suring that OIL environmental are efficiently translated into programs f. n (i. eventually, into a healthier env.rnnrncnt. Mr. Shav.-. K, K bic prag- matic engineer "-ho appears downright Like his minister, he civil engineer. Since r.e has been gettinz things done in a big as a con- struction laborer v'th Foundation Co. o: Canada Ltd. and bier a; that com- pany's He has beer, invoked m shipbuilding erjineering. then, that litter Expo seemed to Mr ln present fe-.v r.hst.icic-. Like any place "'here inon- sands of people gather. Expo was a potent ia! garhace dump. So. Mr. fha-v :PM: ;he day it opened iw P'i: everyone from secretaries to .-oc'tnty staff to picking up litter. Before the grounds were so clear, 'hat people were walking around holding cigarette b'i throw them dovm Mr. "You wouldn't coffee cup on office because any other coffee cups there." In the same v.-ay, the lem of litter in Canada would be solved as more and more "anada s environmental lu- trre as well from his Expo experience with water- fowl It was widely feared by that the construction of the Exra facilities would destroy c. prime wnterfowl breeding ground on one of the Expo islands in the St. Lawrence. But with careful construc- tion and clean-up, the water- fowl area became a cleaner, more attractive and more productive habitat than be- fore. Mr. Shaw related these Expo experiences with an ex- uberance thai seemed to dis- pel, briefly at least, concern ar.out the 'reason the environ- ment department was created a deteriorating environ- ment. He admits the seriousness of what has been called the environmental crisis. He also seems to have an unbounded faith in the ability of man to I improve the world for himself j and for wildlife. He pointed to an office wa'il photograph of a tumbling mountain stream, untouched bv man. COm) BE MINE SITE Such an area could be the site of a mine. Yet with pro- per environmental engineer- most-important field in Canada's could be restored and improved until if became more productive and more beautiful than before. There wa.-. nevertheless, a place in Canada for untouched wilderness as well as for i even' species of native wild- life now existing. i It was in the best interest of j man to preserve an environ- ment able to support wildlife. And man. despite himself would work toward that end. Air and water pollution I today represent a waste of natural resources because the pollutants themselves are nothina but unused raw mate- 1 rials. Mr. Shaw said. Julie oes home dad OTTAWA i'CP' An father who a nationwide billboard nampr.i-n to find Ins wandering djUEb.- tcr blames portfd month disapp'-ar.inf''1 Mark Prmn's rirniditf-r leie- home l-.c-re Samnlay from Vancouver spoitinq her photo or, hillbonrd wiiii the .lulu-, please call home flew home Sundav Mr. V: inn. i: of a r! firm, told reponrix Hi" hos- j tcls rhouid enforce -.tnct. control and tivneilers i to 'ITiO low co-1 and teles' of "Uied yranis p-opic l... -.i-.i'- able 10 tl.cin :Jirf they IMM Julie, who had .is i far as Mexieo since July 16. did no', tail; to reporters hut mother said i.iie sirl had been living with friends in Vancouver Mrs. Prinn said slie had spent most of iho summer eheekins with police on the proiiress of their search for .Julie and asking longhaired younc transients if they had seen her The transients impressed Mrs Prinn with their rcspon- and allitnde In nnc an- Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. Nov. 12 and LE SHOW "The Mall that has it all" 25 Stores and Services for your Convenience V. 21st St. and 2nd AVD. S. Phone 328-6977 "Under the water tower" SEE THE in the Mall See the new 1972 SCORPION STINGERS with the features you wonl PARA-RAIL SUSPENSION WIDE STINGER STABILITY STANCE POWER THRUST CLUTCH FORWAPD EXTENDED SPINDLES Temporary location 1107 2nd Ave. 'A' N. Phone 328-6822 The complete line of Ski-Doo, the original snowmobile. Choose from 7 series with 27 models. BERT MACS 913 3rd Ave. 5. 327-322' G SOUTH ALBERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" ARCTIC CAT The snowmobile you can count on. All models on display courtesy of: g IETHBRSDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 See the complete line of JOHNSON FIRST IN DEPENDABILITY FEATURING Wide Sinner- Sim Disc Brokes nnd Parking Brakes Wl 6 All Twin Cylinder Engines O Exflusivr. Mnqfirn IqniMnn for lure starts no nuiltor linw cold. MAIN SERVICE CENTRE IJD. 3rd Ave nnrl 9lh Slrcel S. Phono 327-6698 Tougher 7 Ways See the Tough Ones All models on display TRAVELCRAFT TRAILER SAIES LTD. 9th St. nnd 2nd Ave. S. Ph. 327-4064 PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES 6004th Ave. N. Ph. 328-4421 ;