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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 1HE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Fritlnv, November 17, 1971 Bill delay Alaska pipeline iiU rod need bv Democrat Aspin Abortion views make a "comprohcn- independent study" fields lo a soulliern "The evidence now available, Alaska for lanker sliipmcnl hmi-ever, clearly leads to the in-native'line through Can- ef nil In Ihe I'.S. mainland. conclusionthai a Canadian pipe- His hill, given little chance of line wimld he both ecologically heiiif! dealt with by Congress ai and economically superior lo current session, would set back federal approval until at least .Ian I, The interior department now is exacted to split r.e legislation was introduced Us Aspin (Dem. who it frequently condemned Ihe .m.posal to build an Mi-mile from Alaska's North OTTAWA (CP) Opinion on abortion on demand is split about Dll-50 and making it legal SOIIQ te, bringing ail coir.municatii'ib Quebec, including radio aiid evii-ion, under provincial i enimeni jurisdiction pa.-scd ond reading in [he national semhlv. control n' Quebec H ere s "toast in blood" lee. beginning Vov, '2'.'.. In debate 'last the oppo- Miion charged Ihe government was trying lo set up a depart- ment of propaganda with the communications hill and that Mr. L'Allier was the instrument Ihe government was using to "decapitate" freedom of the pres.s in Quebec. Mr. I.'Allier said here the bill was designed to Comniuniea- the regulatory power of the Public Service Commission by widening the definition of a public enterprise. (IIVKS RKC.U.ATORY ROI.K The bill, he said, would "allow the commission to exer- cise a regulatory role in Hie de- velopment and planning of com- munications throughout t h e irans-Alaska p i pel i n A-pin told Congress. TANKKltX A I'KOlll.KM lhis basjs be impossi Ai one point. Aspin said the Wc ,justicc Minister John _. Canadian government prefers a Turner says. posal by the end of this year, Canadian route for environmcn-1 are two "morally irre-; and approval has been widely lal reasons. However, Canada the minister, forecast. has not officially expressed a i a question-antl-an- i preference, limiting itself to. SH.01. wjtn Carlelon about tanker traffic University students. One was that abortion was murder of the unborn child, the "A Canadian pipeline alterna- )liat it bl! slrictly a private matter between a woman and her doctor. "I've said that abortion should net be subject to crimi- nal sanction. I've said the crim- inal law ought to withdraw from that field. "But that view might not stand up in view of the differ- ences of opinions." LAW IS UNIEOItM Law on abortion, because it is federal, is uniform across the land. The latest change in it He said "think-tank" session permitted therapeutic abortion. will be held to obtain the re-. where a committee of doctors, actions from business and in-1 decides continued pregnancy: duslry. could threaten the mental or The first session was held at j physical health of the moiher. Minister Lethbridge and similar meet- But Mr. Turner said there is a ings of top business and indns- variation in abortion rates I IT officials will be held in Eel-i across the country "according report on its study of the pro Aspin said the interior report "will not contain a truly thor- ough and honest evaluation of in the hazardous waters off the Ihe Canadian pipeline as an al- British Columbia coast, ternalhe to the Irans-Alaska pipeline" because Canada's own live must receive more than su- research on Ihe project is not [in-tidal and reluctant consider- j likely to be completed until nest atiuii by the interior depart-j vear. Aspin said. Ideas on economy wanted by Peacock EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government will hold fur- ther meetings with the busi- ness community to get ideas on how to improve the provincial e e o n o m y. Industry Peacock said here. Mr. Peacock told the cham- ber of commerce, in his first public address since the Pro- gressive Conservative govem- ment took office in SeptemlK-r. T li e legislation, introduced I that the government has set up .a.-t spring, would give the prov- a committee to assess where KINGSTON, un'. ci'i A toast in 'he blood of a man being beaten was described tere Wednesday at the non-capi- tal trial of convicts. A witness Morris. "4. caught the blood in cup as i: drained from ;ho man's h1 wolmd, then pin .--alt in the wound. He said Murn.x standing in front of a number of prison "un- desirables'1 "ed lit chairs in minority over "all commu- i'.iea'ion services within the leg- isiativf competence of the prov- ince of Quebec" including cable- vision. Tlie government .said at the time it must have jurisdiction 1 prisoner C.len over cable television because of Sia'imon. Va..: its importance to !he province's culture and education. The federal government says cable television is under its ju- risdiction and Mr. L'Allier tret come in as a the p: ovinee now is and the immediate and long-term op- portunities for development. Youth under pressure momon and Calgary before the to community reaction to abor- year-end. tion." Mr. Peacock cited the Jap-. British Columbia's rate was anesc approach to exports in 118 in every 100 births, "higher which "they don't come in as j than any country excent Japan." But women apparently had more difficulty obtaining legal abortions in Saskatche- wan, for example. The doctors deciding 'vnether abortion should be approved ap- parently reflected community attitudes. individuals, they consortium." "When they deal in the export market they deal as one." Alberta "needs to come up j with some structure that will be just as effective." He was critical of inequitable EDMONTON (CI unfortunate that state Gerard Pellc- tier. io discuss the matter last. spring but no agreement was f'gmzed. dome area of the prison, said., ever announced. "Here's a toast." drank some of public service commis- the blood and walked away. sbn bill would define cable Morris is one of convicts companies as public utilities charged in the drains of Brian and put them undei the com- Ensor, and Bcrlrar.fi Robert, missicn's jurisdiction during an riot at Both governments have prom- Kingston penitentiary, two of ised a stiff fight over the qnes- those beaten. I tion. freight rate structures which JIr- Turner said the govern- pose a major problem to fledg- would not consider a na- ling industries in Alberta. i t'onal referendum on the abor- The province is studying the question because the ques- problem and expects to have ition is too compu'cated to boil accomplishments tnadeV lo. c o n e r e I c proposals lo help j down to a yes-or-no proposition. 'manufacturers m specific; ON SAVE ruo 60% MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South Phone 328-8134 nomic and social problem." T r a n s p o r t Jamieson and Industry Minis- Pepin next in Ottawa to discuss ways of improving AJberta's export position. "We know these are deep and "unprecedented pressures i n complex problems, there arc conform to everything from no easy answers." the educational system to par-. The industry minister also ent and youth pattern behav- j criticized federal "give away" jor programs that "go to set up "In spile of these pressures firms in opposition to existing young people are accomplish- 1 companies" or supply money to ing and achieving a great j firms that are capable of rais- deal." he said. I capital on their own. "The unfortunate fact is that! Such programs "challenge we don't always bear about it." l-hc very concept of what pri- j Today's youth is condemned v'ite enterprise is all about and j because the public continually j they create a very definite eco- see young people at march- ins. love-ins and sit-ins which mask tlie positive accomplish- ments, the minister said. Mr. Schmid said be was gratified the youth leaders in 4-H and their club members "have chosen to 'opt-in' to sup- port youth and the future of the community." He called on the movement to "learn skills to learn how to live together." Landslides test ejidx in tragedy MORE AND MORE ALBERTANS ARE JOINING THE LIGHT BRIGADE .Threatened to break leg for debt EDMONTON tC'Pl A drug-dealer's threat to break an Edmonton inan's arms and legs if a S600 debt was not re- paid frightened him into rob- i hing a bank, the Alberta Su- preme Court was told Wednes- day. Richard Allen McBlanc. 23. I pleaded guilty to robbing the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce branch at the Uni- versity of Alberta of S90C last May. II was remanded to Nov. i for a pre-sentence report. .1. A. Weir, defence counsel, said his client owed a dnig- dealer S7UO for heroin pur- chased in January. The dealer YOKOHAMA, Japan lRenter) An experiment to find the causes of land- slides ended in disaster today when H per.scns died Tinder a mass of earth and boulders. A n o t h e r seven persons were reported injured when UK landslide engulfed work- ers, bystanders and televi- sion cameramen. Rescue workers were dig- ging for several more per- sons believed to be buried. The landslide occurred during an experiment by the government's science and technology agency. It in- v o 1 v e d sprinkling water from the top of a sfope to see at what stage landslides are caused by heavy rain on loamy soil. Pail cf the hillside col- lapsed without warning on the watching crowd at the foot of the slope. Three Edmonton hands in parade EDMONTON (CP) The city will enter three bands in a! unified Edmonton-Calgary-pro-! vincial government entry in the Grey Cup parade at Vancouver i Nov. 27, it was announced to- day. The senior and junior all girls drum and bugle corps and the Alberta all drum and bugle band will participate bad siKTessfully i fiether with the Klondike Kids of the drug. i precision motor scooter team threatened McBlane in order to grt Ihe nvmey. He .M c B lane i given up use of the drug. i When police arrested Me-' Klondike Mike. Blanc following the robbery he! council authorized a had only of the stolen i of S4.000 for the Ed- i monev. monton contingent. j SEDAN' LODI. Italy (API-Two traf- fic policemen in this town south of Milan slopped an automobile for a routine, check. Inside, they said, were the driver, his wife, their eight children, two friends and five pigs. Airport takeover OTTAWA (CP) Transport Minister Don Jamieson an- nounced here the federal gov- ernment will take over opera- tion of the Regina airport Jan. I, 1972 by TILFORD Eaton's Santa Glaus Parade To Be Telecast Over CJOC-TV On Saturday at 9.15 a.m. See (he colour and magic of Eaton's great Snnta Claus parade as it captivates the attention of Toron- tonians as it winds through the streets of the Ontario city. Tho parade will bo tolccasl over CJOC-TV Satur- day at a.m. and continue until 10 a.m. It will be in colour be sure fo have the kiddies sec it. EATON'S Sale of Men's and Women's Watches Save 4.69 to 25.01! 22 Styles All have Swiss jewelled lever movements. Shock resistant, unbreakable mainsprings. With Eatcn'i 1-year service guarantee. Men's Styles Women's Styles No. 103 Reg. 19.95. 17-jewels, yellow colour case, stainless sleel bad Luminous dial, sweep second. 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