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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 3, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Canada's stand puzzles U.S. By PETER BUCKLEY WASHINGTON (CP) Canada's apparent decision to take a "neutral" position on special safeguards for sea- going oil tankers is in Washington officials. The question of the GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET FORECAST: Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary regions Today: Mostly sunny with gusty vvesl winds. Highs near 55. Thur- sday: Mainly sunny. Lows 30 to 35. highs 55 to liO. Columbia, Kootenay region Today and Thursday Sunny but with cloudy periods in the Columbia district. Highs 50 to 55 except near 60 West Kootenay today and 3 to 5 degrees warmer on Thursday. Overnight lows in the upper 20s to the low 30s. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Mostly sunny and a little warmer today and Thursday. Highs today 55 to 65. Lows tonight 30s.'Highs Thursday 65 to 75. West of Continental Divide Sunny and warmer today and Thursday. Highs today middle 60s Lows tonight near freezing Highs Thursday 65 to 75. Lethbridge Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Kdmonton Grande Prairie Band Calgary Victoria Penticton Prince (ieorgc Kamloops Vancouver Saskatoon Regina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. .John's Halifax Charlottetown Kredericton Chicago New York Miami Los Las Vegas Phoenix Home London Berlin Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo BALE HANDLING EQUIPMENT! Including... BALE ELEVATORS LOADERS and STOOKERS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway-Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 bottoms on tankers to lessen the risk of spills in the event of a ground- be one of the issues raised next week in London when an international confer- ence on maritime safety opens a month-long session. The United States has been pushing hard for a world-wide requirement that the protec- tive double bottoms be install- ed on the fleets of new oil tankers li.kely to come into service in the next few years as world oil traffic increases. Both Canadian and U.S. offi- cials here say Ottawa remains unconvinced, despite exten- sive discussions with the U.S.. about the need for such re- quirements. The Canadian delegation will go to the conference "with an open mind." a Canadian source said. CANADA SURPRISES U.S. "I'm personally somewhat surprised at the Canadian stand." one U.S. state depart- ment official said Tuesday. has usually portrayed itself as being in the lorelront on environmental issues, so I find it somewhat anomalous that they aren't supporting on this question." Along with other U.S. ol- licials discussing the question, he preferred not to be named tor publication. He said the Canadian posi- tion was particularly difficult to understand in view of the "vehement opposition" in British Columbia to proposed U.S. tanker fleets carrying Alaskan oil to the American west coast. Envi- ronmentalists in B.C. are de- manding "exceptional" meas- ures to protect the coastline from oil spills. However, an aide to a U.S. senator who has been active in maritime-safety legislation suggested that the Candian government may be under pressure torn maritime interests in the Atlantic- provinces anxious to develop their port facilities. If the international conference fails to adopt a double-bottom requirement, several American sources have said, the U.S. would give serious consideration to mak- ing such a standard obligatory lor new ships entering U.S. coastal waters or ports. SHIFT POSSIBLE "If the U.S. goes ahead uni- laterally." the congressional aide said, "it might be tempting for foreign ships with single bottoms to use ports on the Canadian east coast instead." Canada and the United States have disagreed on maritime issues in the past. But. as U.S. sources point out. the Canadians have more often been on the side of those pressing for stricter controls against maritime pollution. "Given Canada's position at the law-of-the-sea conference, where they were arguing that greater jurisdiction be given to coastal states because of their need to limit pollution. I think Canada would find it very difficult to oppose the double-bottom standard if the sentiment in London is in favor." a member of the U.S. delegation said. As many as 90 countries may be represented at the London conference, formally called the Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization. U.S. spokesmen say they hope to line up support for their stand particularly among smaller countries less concerned about maritime trade and more about avoiding pollution of their coasts. Motorbike is car under Alta. act Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition. Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Carway 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Chief Mountain closed; Coutts 24 hours; Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kingsgate 24 hours; Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Wild Horse8a.m. to 5p.m.; Rooseville8a.m. to midnight. Logan Pass open. OTTAWA iCPi A motor- bike is an automobile under the Alberta Insurance Act. the Supreme Court ol Canada rul- ed Tuesday. For thut reason Alberta bike owners who buy insurance pol- icies are entitled to coverage for injuries suffered by their passengers, the court ruled in an unanimous judgment. As a result. Daniel Twa of dive. Alta.. will collect 000 from the Co-Operative Fire and Casualty Co for in- juries he suffered in a bike- truck accident .July 26. 1969. near Lacombe. IJeorge Sinclair, owner ot the bike and the driver, was killed in the accident. Mr. Twa was injured and sued the Sinclair estate lor which he claimed he was en- litk'd HI under Mr Sinclair's insurance DKNIKD LIABILITY The insurance company denying liability, claimed that motorcycle passengers are nol included in the coverage it extended to Mr. Sinclair It also argued that the In- surance Act of the province allowed it to restrict its passenger coverage to cars and trucks and that Mr. Sinclair was aware of this. The high court said the lan- guage of an insurance policy must clearly state exceptions to coverage and any doubts are to be decided in favor of the persons buying the in- surance Mr. Sinclair bought a stand- ard auto insurance policy and the Alberta act describes au- Inmobiles as including "all sell-propelled vehicles, their trailers, accessories and equipment." "There can be no doubt." the Supreme Court, "that a motorcycle is a self- propelled vehicle within the meaning of the act." Fatt Fatt Fatt savings U D Lulkin "Muurlok" White Clad Rule 3.17 Black 4 Decker 40.88 Rope Edge Tarpaulins 8'xlO' 13.00 10'x14 21.BB l Black Decker I I "Drill U 33.00 Co-op Super-Latex Inferior i Flat 7.88 Co-op Super-Latex Interior Satin 0.88 Co-op Acrylic Latex Exterior House Paint 8.44 Co-op Self-Cleaning White Exterior House Paint gal. 8.44 6-Piece Screw Driver Set f.88 Boslilch Heavy Duty Stapler 12.BB Hitachi Portable Radio with Cassette Tape Recorder 60.88 Sunbeam Iron fO.00 Samson Dominion KwikselLockSels seven Speed Blende. 19.89 16-Piece V Drive Crescent Socket Set 24.88 Franklin Electric Motor 'i H.P. Fully Enclosed 40.88 Poly "Tow and Go" Rope 15 Ft. Lengths each 4.44 MTD Contractors Wheel Barrow 34.88 11-Piece Combination Wrench Sit ff.88 11-Piece 5V Metric Socket Sit 0.00 Unbreakable Humidifier Plates Set of 5 -.77 Sunbeam 5-Speed Hand Mixer with Stand f0.00 Skilshop V Drill fS.88 PLUS MANY MORE ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Wait-Skultli Humidifier 00.88 Extension Cord 2511.........3.33 5011.........4.44 'CO-OP 7 Stores NS BOW ISHNO CHROS'ON COV.niiU KTHBKIDGf PICTIIRS HBfR 'AT YOUR WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORI OF WHAT YOU RE SHOPPING FOR HARVEST OF. SHOP OUR BIG SALE AND SAVE! SALE DATES OCTOBER 3 to 7, 1973 DRUG and HEALTH NEEDS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Super .Discount VISINE Vz oz. S.R.P. 1.49 .89 DULCOLAX 30 tablets S.R.P. 2.66 1.98 FDSSPRAY 3 oz. S.R.P. 1-85 BROMO SELTZER Economy Size S.R.P. 1-89 1.39 STERADENT TABLETS 17s S.R.P. .63 LISTERINE Antiseptic 12 oz. S.R.P. 1-38 DULCODOS 10's S.R.P. .98 .66 BLISTEX or BLISTIK 'The Pair for Lip Care" EACH SLIM MINT GUM S.R.P. 1-98 1.79 ULTRA BRITE Toothpaste 100 ml. S.R.P. 1.29 .77 SLIM LINE CANDY S.R.P. 1.98 1.79 DETTOl 8 oz. S.R.P. 1.37 .95 C2 TABLETS 100's S.R.P. 1.39 .89 ORAFIX IVe oz. S.R.P. .98 ORAFIX oz. S.R.P. 1.29 .79 .93 CREST TOOTHPASTE 100ml. S.R.P. 1-29 KOTEX Sanitary Napkins 12's .59 ANACIN 100's S.R.P. 1.45 .95 STAYFREE Mini-Pads 10's .39 ZAYDS S.R.P. 3.75 2.44 HOUSEHOLD NEEDS MUGS 1C oz. size CAMEO Facial Tissue 200's 2 ply 37.89 PUREX Bathroom Tissue S.R.P. 2 rolls VIVA Towels S.R.P. 2 rolls .73 9 5Q lm Rolls. J I BEAUTY AIDS Super Discount 2nd DEBUT with CEF 1200 4 oz S.R.P. 6.00 3.89 ALBERTO BALSAM Anti-Perspirant. 6 oz. S.R.P. 1-59 .99 VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE 14 oz. Lotion S.R.P. 1-75 16 oz. Bath Beads S.R.P. 1.59 .89 .99 LEMON-UP 8 oz. Shampoo or Oeme Rinse S.R.P. 1.59 DESERT FLOWER Bath Oil Beads. 16 oz. 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PHARMACY NEAREST YOU Boyd's Pharmacy 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridge Phone 328-3760 Higa's Pharmacy Pincher Creek, Phone 627-3195 Lingard Pharmacy 10il Baker Street. Cranbrook Phone 426-4271 Norman's Pharmacy 195 Deer Park Avenue. Kimberley Phone 427-4544 Oddie's Central Drug Taber, Phone 223-2245 Ouinn's Drug Store Milk River. Phone 647-3687 Stubbs Pharmacy 1506 9 Avenue South. Lethbridge Phone 328-5512 Westminster Drugs 42513 Street North. Lethbridge Phone 328-7833 ;