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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBRIDGt HERALD Saturday, October 10, Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Elsie Sterkel, age 15, of Glenwood, Iowa, for her question: be avoided. Let's not pluhdei the sea carelessly and ruin its rich rewards for the future. AH sorts of promising experi- ments are underway to get How does marine biology bene- j more food {rom the sea] sately. 'For example, delicious flatfish called plaice were abund a n I fit us? The problems of pollution open our eyes to nature's glo- bal systems of interwoven ecol- ogy. Fumes from industr i a I zones are wafted clear around the world. Insecticides drain along the Dutch coast. Some were transported to less crowd- ed waters along the shores of England. There they multiplied and even grew' larger. We can from our farmlands into the sea exx.ct successful "experiments and are swept thousands of in relocating.other fish and nules to the Antarctic. shellfish. Though man- ever good or harm we do to our! kind has been fishing for ages, own environment spreads fa beyond our boundaries. To even greater extent, what hap pens In the ocean affects th ecology of the land. The rai: tjiat feeds the fertile fields c Nebraska was evaporated fron the seas, hundreds of mite away. Wtether we like it or not, our survival is linked directly or in directly with all living and non living things on our planet. Thi is ecology. The links between land and ocean involve the wa ter cycle, the oxygen cycle am other global systems of circu lation. Living things require re cycling food supplies. On land the food -chains start with thi photosynthesis of green plants Animals that feed on plants pro- vide food for the meat eaters. In the ocean, the sunlit sur- face waters teem with v a s I meadows of floating photoplank- ton. These microscopic plants use photosynthesis to grow anc multiply, thereby creating car- bohydrates for the plant eat- ing animal plankton that sup- plies the food chain for larger and still larger fishes. .The in- terwoven ecology of the ocean is delicately balanced. When our oil spills and pollutants de- stroy small fishes, larger fishes go hungry and the full extent of ihe damage is still untraceable. Mankind started eating sea- food ages ago but we need to take much more food from the sea. At present, the ocean fish supplies less than 3 per cent of our protein and half the world needs more protein. However, more fishing may up- set the marine ecology in a big way. To get the extra food from the sea, we need the help of trained marine biologists. They study the roles of each fish in the total ecology. Knowing this, over fishing and removing vi- tal links in His food chain can our methods have not kept up with the times. We can expect better'ways to catch bigger har- vests of fish. Echo sounding is being used to locate schools deep below the surface. Bright lights are used to attract fish to a boat where they are stunned in an electric field and vacuumed on board. Some ma- rine biologists have processed fish food to make protein-rich flour. Now they are trying to give it a palatable flavor. Nmser Lived In Agony For 3 Years CAIRO (AP) President Gamal Abdel Nasser lived in agonizing pain throughout the last three years of his life, In- formation Minister Mohamed Hassanein Heikal said today. In a article in the semi-official newspaper Al Ahram, Heikal said Nasser twice contemplated resigning, in and again in 1969, be- cause of the pain but decided to carry on because he fearsd the Egyptian people would regard his withdrawal as a symbol of defeat. 1971 VW.SUPER BEETLE VOLKSWAGEN Emergency Food Aid Said 'Junk' LONDON (AP) Col. Benja- plies to the victims of the min Adelqmle, federal comman-l war in his country as "junk." dant of the Nigerian ports au- hority, Friday described inter- national, emergency food sup- We.are just beginning to plore the possible benefits marine biology. At present, w desperately need to use mo of its fishy protein. S'cientis are also searching the seas facteria may prove useful ti medical science. Questions asked by childrei of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 766, Huntington Beach, California 926W, (Copyright Chronical Publishing Co. 1970) MUST DROP OATH WASHINGTON (AP) Th Civil Service Commission or ered U.S. government agencies Friday to cross off the loyalt ath which still appears on a orm each new federal em loyee must sign. In 1969, the J.S. Supreme Court ruled the equirement of a loyalty oath or federal employment was un onsHtutional, but the govern not replaced the lent has jrms. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS _ BATTERIES CAST IRON- Elc. Truck Loads Carloads- Truck Scales-Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" Senator's Appointment Criticized VANCOUVER (CP) Cana- dian Teamster leader Ed Law- son's appointment to the senate, announced Wednesday, has re- vived old animosities in the British Columbia labor move- ment. "They couldn't have picked a worse spokesman for commented Paddy Neale, Van- couver and District Labor Coun- cil secretary. "He has always played footsie with the estab- lishment." Said B.C. Federation of Labor secretary Ray Haynes: has always been our posi- tion that the senate is irrele- vant, and Lawson's appoint- ment hasn't changed that one bit." "I guess it means he'll get another good bundle of money. ?retty soon he could be a mil- ionaire." Senators receive per session, plus for ex- with a deduction for each day beyond 21 days per session that the senator is ab- sent without good excuse. Mr. Lawson, 40, is national director of the International Jrotherhood of Team sters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and lelpers of America and presi- fent of B.C.'s Joint Council 36, he umbrella organization for ibout teamsters. Directors Appointed EDMONTON (CP) The rorincial cabinet has named ive directors to the Alberta ail and Crop Insurance Cor- poration. The appointments are ffective Nov. 1. J. M. Mackay of Calgary will e Ihe chairman, and A. M. 'ilson of Edmonton the vice- hairman. The other directors re M. H. Pitcher of Edmpn- n, G. N. Crampton of Days- and and J. K. Mclntosh of rand Prairie IT'S HERE NOW! at Norbridge Marine Servicentre in LETHBRIDGE A go-anywhere, do-anything mini-vehicle. It's a buggy and a snowmobile all in one. it fea- tures a gutsy 5 h.p. engine and a torque converter transmission (gives you the power when you want IN SNOW ALL-TERRAIN The Dunecycle Is an all-terrain ve- hicle it is extremely stable due to its wide low stance. The right and left independent rear biakes give maximum control in corner- ing and braking. Take it with you in the station wagon or in your car trunk to where the action is! SEE THE DUNECYCLE NOW AT- Norbridqe Mcirine Servicesitre 1252 3rd Avenue N. Phone 327-6960 Adekunle, who won the name of "Black Scorpion" as a mili- tary leader in the federal cam- paign against the former break- away state of Biafra, said the food supplies are cluttering up valuable warehouse and dock- side space in Lagos harbor; "It was all he told a news conference. "Stuff like condensed milk, canned peaches, apricots and breakfast cereal." Adekunls said the supplies were "all British-type food." "If it had been yams or cas- sava it would have been differ- ent. As it was, we disposed of all this junk to get the port working again." The Nigerian colonel ex- plained the food supplies were removed from the dockside and distributed by the International Red Cross. He dismissed re- ports that while the food lay in port people died of hun- ger in Eastern Nigeria. "There is no further need for such emergency supplies in Ni- he said. "The war is over now and the people are back on their farms and grow- ing all the food they need." Native Society Given Grant EDMONTON (CP) Tire piovinciai cabinet has ap- proved grants of with going to the Alberta Na- t i v e Communications Society for (he employment of eight court workers of native ances- try. The Society for the Preven- tion of Cruelty to Animals will get the Edmonton Art Gallery and the fifth Na- tional Northern Development Conference, to be Nov. 4-6, held here MALE UNDERGRADS! Have you thought of serving your country as a. com- missioned officer in the Canadian Armed Forces? Opportunities exist for you to enrol in the Canadian Armed Forces under the Regular Officer Training Plan the Medical Officer Training Plan or the Dental Officer Training Plan (DOTPJ and continue studies at the University .in which you are-registered. Full tuition', annual book allowance and a small month- ly salary is paid while you are enrolled. For full information about any of these plans, and ad- ditional benefits, contact: Canadian Farces Recruiting and Selection Unit 115 -8th Avenue S.W. (On the Mall) CALGARY 2, Alberta Phone: 269-6736 Heikal, who was one of Nas- ser's closest friends and was at his bedside when .he died, Sept. 28, said Nasser began suffering from diabetes in 1958. By 1967, the article said, complications .had caused severe arterioscle- rosis in both legs, accompanied by excruciating and virtually uninterrupted pain. In July, 1968, while on a trip (b Moscow, Nasser said to Hei- kal: "Unless this pain stops, how can I continue my work? I don't think I can fulfil my obli- gations to my country, and this is not fair to my people." Nasser seriously, considered resigning then but discarded the idea because, as he told Heikal: "It would be interpreted as meaning that I have given up all hope of victory." Under special treatment from Soviet specialists and mineral- water treatment in Soviet Geor- gia, the pain eased slightly early in 1969. But Nasser had to interrupt the treatment as the conflict with Israel escalated, and his work schedule of 15 to 18 hours a day caused a re- POLLUTER FINED FALMOUTH, England (AP) Capt. Petros Loukidis, skip- per of the Greek ;anker Kimon, was fined in maritime court Thursday for allowing oil to discharged from his ship in Fat- mouth Bay Sept. 16. He also was ordered to pay court costs and charges for clearing up the oil. NO GLARE; POLARIZED LENSES unoying from water highways wid bwchet. And now can have them your own proscription! Dm more See more cfearly. Framed in utf angy new ptitteri. squares, ovals or octagoin. Specializing in the fitting of Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglaiiei Children's Repairs Reasonable Magnifier! Framel Pritei OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308-7th ST S LETHBRIDGE CONCEALED FOOD FOR THOUGHT 1 Rook's cry. 5 Down with; Fr, 9 Term used in addreti' ing the Queen. 13 Aura. 17 Part of 20 Jai 21 Allot. 22 Lilt. 23 24 Altar promise. 25 Liquor. 28 Denial: tl. 23 30 Spanish 31 Moon substance? 32 Ty Cobb's nickname. 35 Ship's water line curve. 37 39 Small potation. 40 Sharp 41 Kind of garden. 43 Draw In thi 45 Laurel or Musial. 47 Biblical character. 1 Acadian descenda'rlti 2 Forlorn. 3 Florida fifth. 4 Relation, 5 Oriental servant. 6 Basque cap. 7 To say no more. 8 9 Raincoat, for short. 11 Expressed. T2 Those under 21. 13 NOOKS maker. ACROSS 51 Vcnomoui 87 Boston, 120 Mouth part, abbr. 122 Opens wide. 90 Verge on. 124Theater section, 93 Crust. 126 French 94 English pronoun, painter, 128 Tattletale. 95 Monkshood. 130 Ulterior. 97 Babylonian 132 Patronage, god: var. 136 Certain 98 Fabricate. diver's 99 A quests, 100 141 Register 101 Potential again. snakes., B4 Learn 56 Girl's nickname. 58 Arthurian lady. 60 Reputation. 61 Ott or Allen, 62 -jongg, 63 Lacking sensibility. 65 Facial feature: 67 Insect egg, 68 In a sharp manner. 70 Ornamental gem. 71 Summer refresher. 73 Vampire. 74 Writer Gardner. 76 Zoo attraction. 77 Stupid. 78 Founder of Troy. 79 Star in Pleiades. Hodge- podge. Briitlelike part. 83 Conger. S4 Pioneer scorers must 143 Chemical first get 103 Type style used for emphasis. 105 Ebro, e.g. 106 Feminine name. 107 Energy 108 Steersman, ihort. 105 Llnksman't need. 112Toterably. 114 American fabulist. 115 News paragraph. 117 Right-hand man; abbr, MS Gods suffix. 144 Evangelist San key. 145 Refuge. 146 Hansherry play (with 1960. 149 Barrier. 150 Scottish Gaelic. 151 Carpenter'i tool. 152 Venetian magistrate 153 Greek mountain, 154 Certain taatt. 155 Pair. 156 Tall grast. 157 Lodge. denial. DQTO 38 14 Mine: 15 Bolivian city. 16 Bowling leave. Minelli, 18 Of a poem. 19 College maty for short. 2ti Alphabetic quartet. 27.Period of time. 33 Badger'8 cousin. 34 Former Alaskan governor. 36 Possessive, genera, 42 Salt of Asia. 44 American pist. 48 Certain teams. 48 Fountain delights. 49 Chemical 50 Second set in a quadrille, 51 Charlotte 52 Grass genui. 53 Downy. 55 Slangy remark. 57 Family member. 69 by will. culpa. 63 Hole card. 64 Like in a china closet, 66 Divided into areas. 69 the Diagramless 19 x 19j by Frederic C. Anderson ACROSS 1 Golf teacher. 19 Flexible. 1 Small tropical tree. 8 Fish sauce, 9 Medicinal cigarette. 10 Flower leaf. 12 Protective force. 13 Stone shaft. 16 Number of votes cast. 17 Norse war god. 21 Shoe strip. 22 Swain. 23 N. Zealand evergreen. 24 Fade. 25 French river. 25 To direct work 30 Scorched, 31 Raiment. 32 Dry. 33 Sesame. 34 Earth. 35 Ivan, e.g. 36 Stabilizing weight. 40 All alone. 41 Ostentatious colloq. 42 Recline indolently. 43 Generated, 45 Flowering plant, 47 Sphere. 48 Kirghiz mountain range. 70 Point of view. 71 Stores. 72 Parasitic insect egg. 75 Hair tinting solutions. 79 Activities, 49 Corded fabric. 50 Indian garment, 51 Clear: arch. 53 Parrot. 56 Uninten' tional. 58 Referring to Waters rist and fall. 59 Seed potf. 60 To affirm. 61 Impetuous ardor. 62 Clever remark, 63 Religious rites. 67 Faint. 80 Purplish red.' 81 Ghostly. 84 Ruling council. 85 Lout: colloq. 86 Tempt. SB Fragments. 39 Certain chinaware. 91 Cattle genus. 94 Lubricate. 95 Old wom- anish. 96 Quartet member. 98 Author's product; abbr. 99 Boxer Baer. 100 Typft of whale. 102 Of space. 104 Grave. 107 Cash: tl. 111 Variety of cherry. 113 Tempered, 115 Plans. 116 Nobel prizt winner; 1946. 117 Pioneer's TOOl. 119 Irritated. 121 Operatic soprano. 123 World 125 Curse. 127 Insidious. 129 Skate's forerunner. 131 Beatle. 133 Flatulent. 134 Not laying idle, 135 French bicameral body. 136 I saw: Ut. 137 Asian 138 Butts. 139 Commune oft the Arno. 140 Dimension. 142 Simmer. 146 Long time. 68 Possessive oronoun, 69 Subsidiary prepositions, 71 Headband. 73 Mideast capital. 74Ria. 75 Viscous. 76 Monkshood. 77 Negative: Scot. DOWN 1 Point freshman. 2 Drive back. .1 Florida city, Sort out. 5 Japanese sash, 8 Church reading desk. 7 Suspension. 8 Japanese national park, 9 Young equine. 11 Famous British surgeon. 12 Terminal. 14 Gaze at. 15 Flightless bird. 16 Await. 18 Regret. 2Q Card aame.r 21 Conjurer's rod. 22 The legal profession. 24 Mill dam. 25 Ruminate over. '6 Bend over. 27 Useful. 28 Ship steersman. 29 Serving platter. 30 Bird beak; 31 Beast of burden. 33'Not short. 35 Journey, 36 Venezuelan coin. 37 Degrade. 38 Lawgiver. 39 Lineament. 41 Sta.rt over. 42 Grease. 44 16 River in Soviet union, 47 Semitic deity, 50 Lop off. 51 Mountain ridge. Goiter. 53 Citizen soldiers. 54 Utterly unyleldinp. 55 56 Rainbow. CRYPTOGRAMS 1. KID HEWOWD KID WJIE CHAMP HEWOWD CHAMP KPHYWirC UPIM: NORM HETVMP, X 0 E M K M tl I By Archibald V. McLew 2. A T IP S T U A tt X U A GI T R K L fJ -15 S K LAP. F. H. Overilorf 8. OKAYS BUNA SLY OK SNUGGLE. J.sst TVrfa CrypioKrnms 1. We would be lofs wore font! of autumn if it dirf not foreshadow had winlcr 2. Inclement weather forced iioslponcn.cnl of Ihe final world sprios classic. EmcrpriacB, Inc.i 1970 ;