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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, October 7, 1971 1HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 TRAPED CYCLIST DANGLES Cyclist Steve Waller, 23, is pinned near Tampa Fla. beneath wheels of tractor trailer that jacknifed on superhighway and slammed into guard rail taking motorcycle with it. "Jack it up, jack it up. Ease the Waller shrieked to passing motorists trying to free him. IS THE TIME rOR FALL PLANTING! We have a good selection of trees, shrubs, and Perennials at LACOMBE NURSURIES LTD, Qnc mile wcsl of Cocildolc on Highway No, 3 We are also taking orders for spring planting We will prune your trees and shrubs LACOMBE NURSURIES Ltd. Phone 345-4623 One mile west of Coaldale on Highway No. 3 Closed Sundays Iliad: Arabs won't be dragged into new Suez trap UNITED NATIONS (AP) Foreign Minister Mahmoud Wad of Kgypt charged here that Israel seeks an interim agreement to reopen the Suez canal js a means of territorial expansion and "a springboard for further aggression." He said the Arabs will not "be dragged again into such a and called for an imme- diate Israeli commitment to withdraw from all Egyptian ter- ritory In the United Nations General Assembly's general debate, Riad gave them reply to a pro- posal by Foreign Minister Abba Euan of Israel on Friday that the two sit down under United States auspices to discuss a canal agreement or under UN auspices to discuss a general peace. Eiad did not reply directly to U.S. S'tate Secretary William P. Rogers's call Monday for a six- point interim agreement con- cerning the canal as an advance tovard permanent peace. But he did note vaguely that Rogers had called for "a step" toward full implc. llr UN Security Council's 1967 pi ace resolution. An attempt to divert such a step into a separate agreement would be used by Israel to frustrate the realization of peace, Riad asserted. IlIiPLIED TO ENVOY Riad said Egypt had already "positively responded" to a memorandum presented by UN envoy Gunnar V. Jarring last February and Israel should "lake the same step." The memorandum called for an Egyptian commitment to -jntation 'of enter into a peace agreement Jobs get govt. nod over ecological health and an iM'iicli coimnilrnent tu withdraw from all ter- ritory. "There are Iwu roads before us which lead to permanent Riatl continued. The first, he said, is Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's pro- po'.al of last February for a full f, OTTAWA (CP) Canada lias told oilier nations of the world that in the debate over eco- nomic growth versus environ- mental quality the essential is economic growth. This is a key point of the pre- liminary Canadian position sub- mitted to the United Nations en- vironmental conference to be held next June in Stockholm. So long as jobs are needed for one or two members of a fam- ily, "economic growth is neces- says the position paper, which may be revised before next June's meeting. At the same time, the Cana- dian paper says apparent con- flict between growth and envi- ronmental qualitv can and must be resolved, adding that "such reconciliation is probable in the Canada of the next few dec- ades." The Canadian position, made public here, clashed sharply with views of the Science Coun- cil of Canada in a report to the government. It was distributed Monday. IS ALL GROWTH GOOD? Or. Pierre Dansereau, who headed a science council com- mittee whose recommendations were the base for the report, told a news conference he does not believe economic growth as now defined can be reconciled with improving environmental quality. He said the Science Council has "all sorts of reservations" about economic growth as the I primary goal in Canada. Dr. 0. M. S'olandt, Science Council chairman, said that ini- tially the Council had accepted "rather uncritically" the eco- nomic growth goals set out by the Economic Council of Can- ada. Record high temperatures registered EDMONTON (CP) Less than two weeks after tempera- tures in most parts of Alberta dipped to below freezing and some areas received snow, rec- ord high temperatures were reached Tuesday at the Rocky Mountains resort towns of Jasp- er and Banff. The weather office said Wed- nesday Jasper recorded 71 de- grees and Banff tied a 36-year- old record of 69 for Oct. 5. The previous Jasper high was 70 set in IMS and tied in CAN PROBLEM AUCKLAND (AP) Japa- nese-made vehicles are likely to corner the New Zealand market at the expense of British-made transport when Britain joins the European Common Market, Op- position Leader Norman Kirk said Wednesday. Kirk said changes in import tariffs would give Japanese vehicles a de- cided price advantage. Choice. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY JOSEPH C. SEAGRAM i. SONS LIMITED WATERLOO, ONTARIO, CANADA 2502. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's, Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Dulillcd ami bottled by Jowph E. A Sons Ltd., Waterloo, Onl. Since that time, a major change had occurred in the council's views on this subject In a letter attached to the urban development report, Dr. Dansereau, a University of Montreal professor, attacks the concept of economic growth as failing to take adequate account of undesirable by-products of consumption such as waste and pollution. He says that development of the urban environment cannot j be achieved within the social and economic system as it now exists. However, at the UN confer- ence, Canada has indicated that its position may be that, with an aroused public opinion and other factors, economic growth and a better environment can be achieved over a period of time. MAIIMOL'D KIAD Two-roads Israel withdrawal in two stages with a six-month ceasefire, Egyptian occupation of the east bank of the canal and a start to- INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-154] ward dewing the canal in the first stage. The second road, Hiad de- is Israeli acceptance of the Jarring Memorandum. Hiad said Kflypt would acwpf Security Council guarantees of peace backed up by demilitar- ized and an international force. Home use of DDT .suspected now OTTAWA (CP) Govern-1 In the winter of 1S07-B8, 132 merit scientists now suspect that samples of human milk were found to home-and-garden use of the pes- ticide DDT, and not agricullural use, may have been largely re- sponsible for a buildup of the chemical in human tissue. The suspicion is based on the discovery, reported by the health department last week, that the amount of DDT in mothers' milk has been almost halved since Jan. 1, 1970, when Canada restricted DDT use by 90 per cent. The average levels of DDT and its breakdown products metabolites in samples of contain an average 0.139 ppin, about 5f> per cent higher than the levels found in the latest study. Dr. A. B. Morrison, head of the food and drug directorate, said in an inlemew that only a marked reduction in the human exposure to DDT at the house- hold level would explain the sudden, large drop within 10 months of the Canadian DDT restrictions. Under federal regulations. DDT cannot be sold to individu- mothers' milk collected late last j als for home or garden use, and year was 0.078 parts per mil- its use in agriculture has been lion. restricted to 12 crops. A YOUNG MAN WITH EXPERIENCE ELECT Bii! Baker ALDERMAN A C.G.A. CANDIDATE BAKER, BILL x Inserted by Bltt BAKER Ok. Left get down to Fact is we're the largest, Viost experienced snowmobile manufacturer in the world. Here's why! BUILT: SERVICE: Designed exclusively for The power to weight ratio is The keynote to each Ski-Doo The economical, lull-sized Our special factory approval rach model of Ski-Doc just right. Even the snowmobile is quality. Each mcxfcl at S595r... snowmobile and winter position of the driver has one is checked on the the fun-loving, sporty drawing board, lesl run in _ plynipiques-.thezappy, _ wrvice schools assure you quality maintenance. Your Ski-Doo dealer, one of mora more than 24 models. accessories and winter fashions. These are just a few of the FACTS. 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