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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 _ THE mHORIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Nov.mber 14. 1971 I "I Newfoundland election outcome.....sldl m doubt ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) The district of St. Barbc South was left vacant anil Progressive Conservative- strength was rc- tluccd by emc Tuesday when n judicial recount of voU's in the (let. 28 provincial election was halted because 105 talWs hnei burncil. William Marshall. member for St. John's mul lawyer lor Conservative candi- date Ed Maynard wh.i wen tho seat by e-ight votes in tii--1 f'-i'c- tion, said the- party would legal slops immedialcly to force a byclcction. Premier Joscpli whoso Liberals won 21) of :bc leRLslnlurc'6 42 seals, iliTiuitxl comment. Abaiulonment (if recnunt cally left the seat vacant al- tlioiiRli a Newfoundland Su- preme Court petition will lx> needed to declare tire election the northwest coast elistrict c.e. The scat was one of 21 taken Moores. Tom Burgess, New Labrador Party leader who has premised lo support the 1-Cs in the house, was returned in Lab- rador West. Mr. Moores was out of Hie province and could not be reached for comment. Mr. Marshall said "an enrly reading" of live provincial Mice- lion Act indicated a byeledion could be held within five cv six weeks. Meanwhile, the orfcome of the election would remain in doubt. The recount was requested bj Liberal Trevor Heiinett. Howard Strong, chief elec- toral officer, said he did not plan to lay charges against lha person responsible for the burn- ing of the ballots. NEW POST Mai. r.en. Dave Elaiar. above-, has been tlcvatfd to the hiflirst m Uir. Israeli arnie-ei forces. Elazar, 4fi, siircrfrf' l.t. llaim Bar-Lev as military rhlff of staff. Cypress future gloomy CALGARY (CP1 The Cy- press Hills area of southern Al- berta and Saskatchewan is be- ing exposed to erosion by dc-1 velopment and resource extrac- tion, says geography professor; Gordon Nelson of the Univer- sity of Calgary. j He told a university meeting i he is not optimistic about the future of the area controlled by the Alberta government. "I'm optimistic in the case of Saskatchewan because they have a master plan but Alberta doesn't-" Dr. Nelson has researched land use and abuse in the Cy- press Hills and describes the area as an archaeological oasis of the plains Indian. It was "the last refuge of the northern plains Indians and the wildlife and landscape of which they were a part." The resumption of oil and nat- j ural gas exploration in the hills would result in destruction of i the unique ecology, he said. The Alberta government lift-, ed a suspension on natural gas drilling in Cypress Hills Provin- j rial Park in May, 1970. The amount of eil that could be extracted "won't make that much he said, con-; Eidering wells in other parts of: the province are operating be- j low capacity. i Alberta and Saskatchewan provincial parks should be ex- panded in the area, he said, with a large portion set aside as a buffalo reserve and re- gional planning undertaken, Officers be punished WASHINGTON (AP) A general and four other high- ranking officers have been told they will be demoted or repri- manded as a result of the most devastating attack on a Tj.S. fircbase during the Vietnam war, it has been learned. The five, including Maj.-Gen. James L. Baldwin, former com- mander of the Americal Divi- sion, received letters three weeics ago notifying the- proposed administrative action i approved by Army Secretary; Robert F. Froehlkc. Each was given 60 days to present evidence that could change the secretary's mind re- garding the punishment, which does not require trial by court martial. Pentagon sources said Froehlke acted on recommends- tion of Gen. William C. West- moreland, army chief of staff and former commander of all forces in Vietnam. The incident has been under investigation since March when Viet Cong sappers at- tacked Fircbase Mary Ann, kill- ing 33 Americans and wounding 76. Some officers and men claimed after the attack that base's defences were lax and the troops were not prepared for an enemy assault. The officers involved with Baldwin are Col. Alphus R. Clark, former American chief of staff; Col. William Hathaway, former 196th Infantry Brigade commander; U.-Col. William P. Doyle, former battalion com- mander with the 186th: and Doyle's eypcrations officer at the time of the attack, Maj. Stanley J. WUnicwski. i WARE Phone 328-3541 or 328-3545 Saturday, Nov. 27 from Free Coffee and Donuts COMPARE B-4 YOU BUY WE WON'T BE UNDERSOLD! 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