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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ TH6 IETHBRIDSC HERAIO Thnrtdny, Novonutur StS, Monsters lurfe in loch l.ON'UON (CI" A team ot scientists from Uni- versity reports three may be a u-liolo family nf strange r r e a t u r c s lurking in I he miuty depths of long, narrow LOCH on the west coast of Scotland. The Loch Ntva monster, n rK'iirj- perennial since the UVtfe iw newspapers on a loan day, failed to respond to tile WauclisHnient.s of an inves- learn last smmcr. An American who brought over bis specially-designed sub- mnrine io track the elusive "Nessie" went back Io Geor- gia But monsters me always soffd bos office, and the latest rumors about l.och some '10 miles o' Loch in Inverness catch the headlines lure be- cause they come in 'Si ''au- fjienlicatcd reports" by a Lon- don University survey team headed by marine biologist MORAG IS Eia-UKE The chief monster, nick- named Jlorag by the learn, b described as ot a massive size a head and like that of an eel or snake. Witnesses varied in their re- ports of Moray's said black, others grey and still others thought it was a "greeny-brown." Another compared it with "an up- turned One account carne from Charles Fishborne, adminis- trative officer of Edinburgh University, who was boating on the loch with a friend on the night of Sept. 11, 1970. They headed for the shore at full speed and were discovered walking home "in a state of considerable says the report. Later Fishborne re-counted three hump-shaped ob- jects in the and protruding clearly which were approaching Ihe boat at speed. They passed within 50 yards to port, travelling at be- tween 12 and 15 knots, he said. EVIDENCE GROWS Elizabeth Montgomery Campbell, who co-ordinated the research and wrote the re- port, said eyewitness' evidence for the existence of on un- known species in Oie.loch was "too impressive to bs ignor- ed." The report gays the crea- ture or creatures appear to in- habit shallow water and bays, though not at the western end of the loch where there is jtnost human activity. "More than one spedes snay be involved. Certsialy it appears that more than one individual has been described. "If indeed tliis is so, its tope that the spcdes will survive long enough to allow the riddle to be solved ami steps to be taken to protect and preserve the creatures ill their natural habitat." The university researchers, who report that most sight- ings teamed is hot weather when tho loch wa.t, phenomenon also observed in I ,oeh Ness monster are calling for more funds for n full-scale investigation ot Loch Jtorar mid whatever it may contain. bill bans non-u SALISBURY (Renter! The j R h o d e s i s n government an- j nounced today details of a con-j troversial apartheid-style bill al-) lowing for (he banishment otj non-whites from white residen- tial areas. The new legislation also will the first time in Rhode- sia's for set- ting up mi official Soulh Afri- can-type classification tribunal to decide a person's race. P u b 1 i c a t i o n of the long- awaited Bill by Premier Ian Smith's government dealt an- other heavy blow to slender hopes that new contacts be- tween London and Salisbury could make any progress to-( ward a settlement o! the Anglo-1 Rhodesian independence dead- lock. Rhodesia broke away from Britain over British insistence of majority rule in predomi- nantly-black country, ami pro- claimed its independence Nov. 11, i96o. Rhodesia severed its links with the Crown last year when it became a republic. Political observers here noted that the terms of the new legis- lation appear to cut directly across nl feast two of the five settlement principles laid down by the British, which relate to ding racial discrimination and to racially retrogressive legislation. Under provisions of the Mil, 15 house owners of a majority race in any suburb may apply to the local authority for the area to be declared exclusively theirs should another race infil- trate. If an investigator finds that racial disharmony and a depre- ciation in property values has been caused by the infiltration, then the local authority will give three months' notice to "excluded persons" to quit their homes. Arbitration board I award irks PS AC Net income of farmers In. dips ftTTAWA (CP) Lower prices and larger operating and depreciation charges in 1970 add up to a year of lower net in- come for Canadian fasaers, W. L. Porteotis of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics agriculture division says, In a paper tlia federally-spon- isored agriculture outlook con- ference, Air. Porteous said esti- mates for the current year show a "good recovery" in crop ac- counts, mainly duo to better prices for wheat, barley, rape- seed and potatoes. Total receipts from ell crops are expected to be about million, above the av- erage level ot 51.427 million dur- OTTAW.A (CP) William Boherty, first vice-president of the Public fervice Alliance of Canada, said Wednesday he and other alliance officials feet "bit- ter disappointment" about the terms of an arbitration award covering skilled and semi-skillwl tradesmen is the federal publle service. The award, made public Wednesday provides for salary increases of seven per cent effective Oct. 1, 1968; and two increases of six per cent each effective Oct. 1, 1M9, and Oct. 1, 1970. The sontract ends Nov. 23, 1971. Alliance President Clauds Ed- wards said that awards which do not appear to take account of wags in similar fields outside the public service "will under- mine faith in the entire arbitra- tion process." He said it eould lead to "more groups in the public service opt- ing for conciliation and strike as a final method of. dispute settle- ment" The award, applying to the general labor and trades group of public sarvics, is btoding an both the government asd the alliance. Negotiations began Nov. S, 1969, and arbitration was requested by the affiance after nine months of talks. Air. Dobfirty, who led the affi- ance negotiating team, said the Public Service Staff Relations Act states that an arbitration I tribunal should consider compa- rable wages in trades outside the public service. Rates lor electricians under the sew contract range from to an hour depending on the city. Plumber's rates range from to ?5.30 an hour and carpenter's rates rrbm to The alliance says comparable rates outside the public service are to S6.35 for electri- cians, to for plumb- ers and to for carpen- ters, Work halted on highway OTTAWA CCP) Work on a portion of the Fort Simpson- Fort Liard highway in the Northwest Territories has been stopped to allow concentration on the new highway north from Dawson in the Yukon Territory, the northern sffairs department announced today. The department said the ded- skm to concentrate financial re- sources on the highway from Dawson to Inuyik was made be- cause of booming resources ex- ploratioB in Use Mackenzie Delta sad the Arctic Islands re- gions, Called ifa Dempster High- way, (he roarJ is to nm north- east from Dawson to Inuvik and, eventually, to Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Ocean. Completion wotild mean the first all-Cana- dian road Jink to the Arctic Ocean. The announcement said con- centration of finances oa the Dempster route means the tar- get date for completion is moved up two years, to 1971 from 1976, Construction of the Northwest Territories highway would be resumed "as soon as financial re50iirces permit." Ombudsman gets complaint about prison treatment erage level of million dur- MONTREAL (CP) Oni- ing the five years beginning Iradsman Louis Mareeaa said with Wednesday he received a writ- Bill. Jlr. Poitemis said, cash i len complaint Nov. 6 from Lise a coroner's in- leath ot Pierre Quebec's former labor ilow generated by increased Rose, who told a receipts is tempered by I into the de .............._. in of! Ijfl dvances given fanners on j minister, that she was beaten i toi-ed grain during 196K. j by police during interrogation. plaining to the ombudsman i about his elient's tTeatment would take up too much time, perhaps several rnonhs. Chief Inspector Paul Benoit of the QPP said Wednesday an in-! vestigation would be opened into the treatment of Miss Rose, al- though he did not believe "what large repayments cash adv; _ _ Mr. PoricoMs said the live- not elaborating w .the I she said at the inquest." (stock industry is expected to I complaint, Mr. Marceati said in _ maintain steady growth and I an interview the gist of it. was forecasts for cattle, calves and similar to statements made by hogs indicate record levels this Tuesa. lU.UliUUiJcl year. Ma! cash receipts for alii j the woman. Tuesday. Jtis Rose, 2S-ycsr-old sister i ot two brothers wanted In the' ictcri to be aiehtly below those I said she j the last Wo years and W i10' do Opcratiua Kaftifixi and jsreciation are expwterl to reach L inhuman conditions' at provin- lice. isales lax WI.VNIPEG (CP) The Barley pciymenl >pei cer. a girlfriend of Paul Hose, Municipal Affairs Minister wanted with his brother Jacques I H o w a r <1 Pawiey sa'd legisla- iii the Lapoile kidnapping. tioti will be introduced at the 5TAIIVE SKI.VKS i nos' 'I'lUslntive session aimed Lise Ross said Tucidav thai i at s ls'' K "lucation cants, i.mih v.-oiiicn in Ihe seventh I I'l'Mperly to "oth- ri.-iy ii[ a lu.nger strike (u protest! CT' alleged discriniiiialion ag.iinst' wid in an inlcn-ievv that Uiein dllii'r a r e ,-i s Boll) .Miss Koso and (li'inciii! ixxn pretty well ased up i Hoy tire to be .sentenced next Ural "tlio next logical area is Tuesday for coiiteinpt for vcfiis- j Hie sales tax." 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