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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta No law faculty for Calgary EDMONTON (CP) A fa- cully of law will not be estab- lished at University of Calgary in 1ST1 because it would require financial support beyond turn's available to tlie university this j year, Jim Foster, advanced ell-: ucation mim.sler, said today. He said he has received a[ resolution from the universities i commission which said that despite local needs, student de- mand, and local supporl lor a law faculty at Calgary, future consideration of such a depart-1 merit would await a substan- tial increase in enrolment al the university. Mr. Foster added that no new law faculties will ap- proved for Alberta without con- sultation uith Saskatchewan aixl Manitoba. The three prairie provinces have deckled to consult one an- other before establishing pro- fessional schools, such as law, engineering, medicine, and den- tistry, with a view to co-opera- tive funding and avoidance of duplication of facilities, as a deterrent to increasing univer- sity costs. Gas fir HIS release study ion sulphur dioxide issue (CP> A study sponsored by eight gas extraction companies says sul- phur dioxiflc emissions from Hieir plants have only minor ef- fects on the environment The Alberta Environmental Rich skeleton MOSCOW (neuter) Dis- cover' near the Soviet-Mongo- lian border of a old female skeleton, surrounded by gold and bronze ornaments be- longing to the early Scythian culture, is puzzling arcb- cologists. The Scythians flou- rished in the than miles away. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES 17D. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. 327-1541 Conservation Authority, .siuttv- inp the effects of sulphur di- oxide emission on the environ men I. heard the repcrl from t ho Whitccourl environ men t al study group. "Although sour gas plants have operated in the area for a long as 10 years, no evi- dence of permanent environ- I mental effects due to sulphur dioxide gas was found." said the report, released Wednes- day. II said, however, vegetation in a few areas of the 120 Ki mile district .studied sliou ed minor effects attributable to emissions from the pas plants from which the vegetal! would soon recover. "Observation.1; indicated the most notable effects on plant life in the surrounding area are c aused by n atural forces such as Chinooks, insects, fun- gus and forest fires." it said. R. M. Holmes, a Calgary con- who presented' the Thuudoy, October I J, 1972 THI UIHBRIDGt MCRAID 23 'iiiifiul.s wilk nils New test for lung cance WASHINGTON (AIM Na- tional Cancer lists said Lotlay they have been able to cause lung .j rals by exposing them Lo the ar products from live ciga- rettes. Bui (he scientists also syid "the development of lung can- cer in Iniman.s requires lonfi- ;e r in expos uvc to ciga retle- smoke products." The scientists said they have developed a new testing mellicKJ whort'in cigarette tar is in- 1 jetted into the animals' luiig.s ant! released gradually. They sairl it marked the first time j Uiey have induced "the same kind of lung cancer that occurs most commonly in humans." i The Tobacco Institute, which j has always challenged findings that there is a cause-aml-effect relationship between cigarette j smoking and lung cancer, im- j mediately criticized the NCI j i statement, I "We've had reports over the i years of various kinds of tu- mors produced by the appli- cation of cigarette in ways completely unlike hu- man exposure therefore, there would appear to be nn obvious human implication in this a Tobacco Insti- tute spokesman said Hut he added: "This work may be a useful contribution to the search for appropriate methods of d et erm in in g the causes of lung ailments." APPOINTMENTS to ONE STEP AHEAD Rudi Mnjoros, o fourth-year sociology student al University ot its, j Toronto looks as if he's going to be trampled in the rush to find a quiet place Jo study, ion I He's taking it in stride as he sits under hooves of King Edward stotue in Queen's Park. 11 permits are issued at Tabe 1 TABER fHXSi No proj- for Margaret Scmeniuk at S4.- renovations costing The i GEORGE CAMPBELL MEL ST6EN Mr. lorne Franz, soles manager of Fleming Motors Ltd., Is pleased to announce that Brian Franz, George Campbell and Mel Steen hove been ieled- ed to represent Fleming Moiors and the Chrysler buill cars for 1973. CaH Brian, George or Mel at your earliest convenience and discuss your automotive needt. ects of maior consequence 000, Hans Sorenson at S9.000! balance of the permits were I Cor 7th Si. and 1st Ave, S. J I r _____-j ects of major consequence were 000, Hans Sorenson at S9. 000 aance of te permts were includcxl in the 11 teilding per and Marshall Stmeniuk at minor residential improve- c nmKm- arii-1 i Phone 327-1591 brief, said the five-year plan imits lssued aurmfi September, j 000. ot the environmental study the tota! of whlch amounted to s includes continuation of construction. The; and ind Avenue respectively, eufiiKiuiumn ui i wei'e approved along with nf niaiit lota stands at -.iin'eys 01 plant s Furniture building ex- lifc. climatic analysis, and soil i. rnt, j 1 samplinll j No permits were issued on the i lcnslm and Djwrjjeuc s Vegetation, animals, birds, i same month last year the Taher Greenhouses expansion insects, and water near the gas total through three quarters 58.000. emission plants are also to be being Peter's Home Harmony Cen- stndieri, he .said. PeiTnils for two mobile homes j tre at 4714 53rd Street made 324 13th Street North ThelD bank has a new way to lend you money. NORTH LETHBRIDGE ''YOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" Phone 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS OUR GREAT FALL SALE CONTINUES THRU TO OCTOBER 28th 1972 It's called SHOPCRAFT ELECTRIC DRILL Burn oul protected motor, with double reduction gears for more power. FALl SPECIAL, EACH This is our new way of turning your personal loan wishes into reality, It's the money, you're earning that counts most with us, not your possessions. Here's why. You're probably basing many of your major expenditures on a cash-How system right now. For example, you figure how much money you'll have coming in over a period ol a year, and how much you plan to spend during the same period. 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