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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidny, November 30, 1971 THE IFFHBRIDO! HHALB J7 CONDUCTS SYMPHONY British Prims Minister Edward Heath conducts the Ton- don Symphony Orchestra in Elgar's Cockaigne Overture at a concert in did of the or- chestra's pension fund. It was the first time the prime minister had conducted a pro- fessional symphony orchestra. It took place in the Royal Festival Hall, London. Camera makes discovery are what appeared to be wooden chests, some rotting Jogs and a human hand. The discoveries were re- vealed in an interview by Dan Blankenship, a Florida con- Pending ap- proval of proposed projects, Chillhvack could receive an ad- ditional OTTAWA (CP) About 25 and in British Columbia CFB per cent of the million in Esquimau receives federal funds tagged for winter j CFB Comox and CFB employment programs be spent at military installations. the defence department nounced today. Clerical, range-clef.ring. maintenance, construction and engineering work is le be avail- able to civilians at M defence bases and stations in Canada. The allocation expected to create about 28.000 man-months o f employment during the winter. Local manpower department offices are to handle hiring ar- rangements for the military base work programs. Allotments to defence installa- tions by province sre: Newfoundland Prince Edward Island New Brunswick Nova Scot j a Quebec Ontario Manitoba SI ,113.300; Saskatche- Oil sands pollution study set EDMONTON' fCP) Poten- tial pollution resulting from oil extraction processing of the Athabasca oil sands be in- vestigated by the department of the environment, Environment Minister Bill Yurko said here. The study would assist the government in establishing cri- teria for regulating develop- wan SM.800; Alberta M.1.W.550: 10CatCd British Columbia i Tho win examine wavs The Territories and pollution aml dc. Aukon will receive a total of, trimental effects on the environ- S40.000. and forces elements I mcnl hv sands ac. i scattered across the country, determine effects on and reporting directly to Cana-1 grmmd water and- idcntifv u dian Forces headquarters will possible, the long term effects upon the ecology of the north- eastern quadrant of Alberta." Mr. Yurko said. The result will be to allow receive More than million will go to Air Defence Command instal- lations. Canadian Forces Base ............_ Valcartier, Quo., gets the larg- i strike cst allotment, and! anec between industrial de- CFB Montreal receives velopment and conservation, he said. CFB Shilo in Manitoba re-1 ___________________ reives and the base at Portage La Prairie. Man., gets I LAND M-MIMACS filO.OflO. j Canada has 149 species of CFB Calgary gels land mammals. struclion company owner wh is in charge of search efforts being carried out here by Tr ton Alliance Ltd. for an leged pirate treasure. Mr. Blankenship said the camera and a surface monito were brought to the islan jast summer to help in th search. The camera was low ered through the shaft into chamber below a level of bed rock. It relayed a series of pic tures of what Mr. Blankenship said lie is certain are three chests, one with a handle or the end and a curved top, an< some logs. The discovery was made at a level 40 feet deeper than any previous searchers had gone. The most startling discov ery was a human hand, partly clenched and suspended in the water of the chamber. Mr Blankenship said the discov ery was confirmed by all his workers who viewed it on ths monitor. APPEARED SEVERED The hand, wUh flesh, had what appeared to be a slash across the back The mangled flesh suggestec the hand had either been torn or chopped from the wrist, he said. The search by Triton Alli- ance, a group of Canadian and United Sates business- men, is the latest of many carried out on this 128-acrc island, about 45 miles west o] Halifax in Mahone Bay. The frrst began in 1795 after a ship's block was discovered hanging from the limb of tree over a depression in the ground. Other discoveries made by Triton Alliance include a ser- ies of wharves around the is- land, some of which have been found to be up to 250 years old. Mr. Blankenship said the discoveries make him certain that "Oak Island isn't a myth anymore." Haveyou? Last week we Municipal workers 011 strike ROUE (Renter) Italy's state administration almost ground to a halt Monday when civil service executives began a two-day strike demand- ing higher pay, work reorgani- i.iiion and improved promotion opportunities. Tlie strike, joined by municipal secretaries, will delay payment of wages to hundreds of thousands of stito employees, who are due this month for an extra month's pay for the pre-Christmas period. The strikers want the govern- ment to apply quickly to provt sions of a law clearly outlining their work tasks, and cutting hrough Hie complicated web of bureaucracy which is each year fi'.rther complicated by some new government laws, de- crees and regulations on civil j sei-viee administration. The stoppage is only the first of several which the civil scrv- jnl.'! are expected to continue in Some non-medical as-! s i s t a n t s began a three-day Mrike- for higher pay which I Iwdly disrupted services in hospitals. MANY BIRDS There are Sin species of birds found in Canada. 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