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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _______ Tuoldoy, October 5, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HCRAtD 13 HOOKED ON LADDER This Ottawa fireman is not really scaling the 290-foot high Peace Tower. He was demonstrating ladder-climbing skills as part of Ottawa's fire prevention week displays. Fool seeks modifications in farm payments bill Negative approach taken to Canadian oil route WASHINGTON (CI'J Interior Secretary Rogers Morton said today his department has 'one about as far as it can in sressuring the oil companies to :onsider a Canadian pipeline route for Alaskan oil, and the companies have not come up with an application to build such a took what seemed lo be a negative approach to the much-discussed Canadian route, saying it would be costlier than a trans-Alaska pipeline, would deliver oil to the "wrong place" United States and would leave West Coast ports in the U.S. slill handling delivered secretary a news conference the interior depart mcnt has "pushed and pushed and pushed" for the oil consortium lo make a "thorough exploration of Uie Canadan alternative" lo the trans-Alaska pipeline the consortium has applied to build. "We've about run our some firm application comes on board." But he said Ihe final say on whether Ihe controversial trans-Alaska or some is built will be decided by the couils, since the department is under an mjunc-ton obtained by cunservntioii there has been More, (here was an implication today that Morton favors the Trans-Ai- 1 aska route and the main prob- j lem is setting out stringent-enough stipulations to prelect the environment from damage by the pipeline. He said the coixirtium to all the deparlnier.t'.-, many stipulations, and "in MiM sense, we're moving toward a position where the pipeline, il it is going to be built, can be built without damage to the environ- ment." WITH irr: About of the land surface is covered with ico CALGARY (CP) The prai-j ric grain stabilization bill as it' is presently written does not provide adequate provisions for maintaining economic health in western grain production, says G. L. Harrold, president of the Alberta Wheat Pool. The pool has requested sev- eral modifications to the plan, including a provision which would recognize any increasing cost of production, he said in "The present proposal takes no account of the serious ef- fects on inflation on prairie grain income." The method of distributing t b e proposed million should not be the most impor- tant issue at this time, he said. "The cash infusion is rec- ognized to be needed and justi- fied but the pool does not be- lieve the payment should be at- tached to the stabilization plan in its present form." ACT, part of distance with new improved DDD cuts costs by up to Direct Distance Dialing saves everyone money. During the day you can save up to 46% on calls you dial yourself. After 6 PM til Midnight, Monday through Saturday, DDD can save you up to 56% There are greater savings from Midnight to 6 AM. Because DDD lets you dial almost anywhere in Continental U.S.A. at savings of up to And, in Canada you'll save up to To top it off, if you dial direct on Sundays to someone anywhere in Alberta you can save up to are based on comparisons wild person-lo-person rates during the same time psnodi lot a 3-minute call. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES 1972 Javelin Protected by American Motors Buyer Protection Plan Certain liems illustrated ate optional. Our new Javelin. Like aJl the new American Motors cars, has undergone a great many quality improvement changes. The basic roomy dimensions remain unchanged however, so you can share the excitement of Javelin with 3 or friends. And the most functional Javelin we've ever built, is also the best looking with a new grille, new striping and new exterior colours. If performance is a concern of yours we point with pride to Javelin's record in the 197.1 Trans-Am Series. The Mark Donohue Javelin dominated the series to give American Motors the manufacturers' points championship. Looks, performance, and low price. Javelin is the going car with a lot more going for il. Javelin. Quality built. Rare (rack proven. Backed bv I ho American Motors Buyer Proton ion Plan. The plan that assures you of 1. total manufacturing qualify '2. real dealer concern 3. a revolutionary 12 months or 12.000 miles guai-ant.ee 4. a free loaner car from participating dealers' and o. a Hoi line number for immediale action from American Motors in Brampton, Ontario should you ever need it. Experience Javelin in person at your nearby American Motors Dealer. American Motors Fl United Motors Co. Ltd. 302 3rd Avrnnc Soulh Gen. Olflro 328-8332 Scrvlco 327-2750 Cnrdston rardston Knrm Served Lid. ;