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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta BEING A DIPLOMAT IS TOUGH WORKDiplomots sit through the United 25th anniversary session in New Speeches by visiting dignitaries were over shadowed by Egypts request of a Middle East debate as soon as the commemorative session is Canadian top appears lost in his while Egyptian delegate seeks a respite from the top Nationalist Chinese Foreign Minis ter Wei bottom stifles a yawn as he sits through a speech with uniden tified delegation Ruckus Expected In House Over Arctic Pooling Plan OTTAWA CP A group of and Canadian government scientists has recommended al most complete pooling of Arctic including an inventory of petroleum resources and merits following a conference The recommendation has been made to the two govern ment following a conference called by the Canadian northern development and is contained in papers tabled in the Ths opposition is expected to raise a ruckus over the issue on the ground that the Americans will try to use pooled research to get a firmer grip on Cana dian northern There is no indication the Ca nadian government mil accept the The papers tabled this week n the Commons sum up four day of discussions and deci sions by approximately 25 gov ernment scientists from each country at a closed meeting sev eral months ago at The scientists concluded There is no question that Canada and the are dealing with one human ecosystem in the Arctic and that efforts to plan for the future of this area are gong to fail unless the Arc tic human research and other programs of the two countries are more closely Winnipeg Sports Figure Dies WINNIPEG CP Culver Riley businessman and key mover of tha PanAmerican games and tte Winnipeg En terprises Sports died Friday in hospital at He was He was taken to hospital af ter becoming ill at his hotel suite and died of a heart at Active in he was a member of the 1928 Canadian Olympic rowing team and a past president of Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football SHOE REPAIRS BEST FAST x CHEAP SHOt HOSPITAL 331 llth Street South Railway Service Cut Is Opposed RED DEER OP City council has voted unanimously to oppose a Canadian Pacific Railway application to stop ser vice on an EdmontonCalgary passenger Several other town councils along the line also plan to sub mit briefs to the Canadian Transport Commission oppos ing the Commission hearings will be held in Ed monton and Lethbridge next Social Credit MLA TFont Run Again EDMONTON CP Romeo Social Credit mem ber for the Alberta Legislature for Bonnyyille announced here that he will not seek reelec In an interview prior to a party Lamothe said business matters were in volved in the He was first elected to the legislature in a 1961 YOU ARE THERE AS THE HUNTER STALKS THE MOST FEROCIOUS ANIMALS ON EARTH The CPR applied to the com mission several months ago to have the run superintendent at the Edmonton says the move was made because the line had been losing But he said that if the CTC thinks the line should be kept it could agree to subsidize up to SO per cent of the LOSES MONEY Mayor Jackson of La which also will oppose the CPR said its hard to argue with the dollar and cents point of CPE does lose But it pro vides a Calgary and We taskiwin also plan to submit Innisfail mayor Llewel lyn said the town council feels it is too small to have its brief bear much weight with the but it will join with the other centres in sup porting their Lethbridge Buddhist Church 13th and 3rh WILL BE HOLDING THEIR ANNUAL BAZAAR HOW MEIN SUPPER OCTOBER 18TH They say bilateral research and program coordination in the Arctic should be strength Hardly a thing is left out in the recommendations dealing with co operative research and program The papers say Canada and the should work together towards improved processing techniques for Arctic re There should be cooperative supply service and permanenl Canada committees on each branch of Arctic The Winter of the Rals rl ters was the name given in Newfoundland to the winter of 81718 when the land was ilagued with extreme destructive fires and food WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Carloads Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 3281721 Scrap Is Our Business CARDSTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION 20th at LAMB SALE 4000 to 5000 HEAD FAT AND FEEDER AND EWE LAMBS 21st at CATTLE SALE 400 to 500 HEAD Including 100 HEAD OF OPEN HEIFERS 100 HEAD YEARLING STEERS 125 TOP CUT OF 500 HEAD HEREFORD HEIFERS BRED TO ANGUS BULL Plus Quantity of Other Cattle 24th at CALF SALE 1200 to 1500 HEAD HEREFORDANGUSCHAROIA1S CROSS CALVES GOOD QUALITY RANCH CALVES 27th at EWE AND RAM SALE BALANCE OF LAMBS STAVELY LIVESTOCK COMMISSION October 22nd at REGULAR CATTLE SALE 300 to 400 HEAD ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACi CHRISTIE LIVESTOCK HERB CHRISTIE MARIANO LARTER 3287662 2283777 Stavel CARDSTON SALE BARN 6534342 1970 THE HHALD 9 TERRIBLE WINTER POTLACII PROHIBITED The pollach feast where many gifts were exchanged between the Indians of lie Pacific Coast from Oregon to Alaska was for bidden by tlic Canadian govern ment because of the waste of material and its disruptive ef Jriiiumncej INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 3273009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7lh STREET SOUTH SAVE TIME and MONEY with a GAS DRYER Will do up to li loads at the same cost as electricity 3 heat selector Perma Preii cycle Fluff cyclt ONLY 6 LEFT Special Gas Voucher Extra Special Be sure to bring your gas voucher with you when you purchase one of our Gas SAVE AN When you apply your VOUCHER on the purchase of your natural gas Offer expires Vouchers are being distributed by Canadian Western Nat I ural Gas to their customers throughout lh CHARGE IT CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED STORES A division of FIRESTONE TIRE OF CANADA UMIIED 3rd and 8th Phone 3278548 western company limited Clean Fuel Clear Skies Natural Gas is the worlds cleanest burning fossil Here in everyone uses Natural Gas for Which is one reason why Alberta has become famous for her clear because of the universal fight against air Natural Gas is more valuable than and our companys longrange planning has insured an abundant supply of natures wonder fuel for our As an added natural gas rates in Alberta are among the lowest on the North American So the Alberta consumer doubly The worlds premium fuel available in abundant supply at reasonable cost a happy combination that has placed this province in an enviable particularly today when the very air we breathe is being recognized as one of this worlds most precious When you are in Alberta you are in clear sky country thanks in part to NATURAL ;