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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 17, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 9 Ruckus Expected In House Over Arctic Pooling Plan OTTAWA (CP) - A gi-oup of U.S. and Canadian government scientists has recommended almost complete pooling of Arctic research, including an inventory of petroleum resources and ments following a conference The recommendation lias been made to the two government following a conference called by the Canadian northern development department, and is contained in papers tabled in the Commons. The opposition is expected to raise a ruckus over the issue on the ground that the Americans ^vill try to use pooled research to get a firmer grip on Canadian northern resources. There is no indication the Canadian government will accept the recommendations, however. The papers tabled this week in the Commons sum up four day of discussions and decisions by approximately 25 government scientists from each country at a closed meeting several months ago at Montebello, Que. The scientists concluded: "Therfi is no question that Canada and the U.S. are dealing with one human ecosystem in the Arctic and that efforts to plan for the future of this area are go'ng to fail unless the Arctic human research and other programs of the two countries are more closely linked." TERRIBLE WINTER The Winter of the Rals (rioters) was the name given in POTLACH PROHIBITED The potlach feast where many I gifts were exchanged tetween Newfoundland to the winter of \ the Indians of the Pacific Coast BEING A DIPLOMAT IS TOUGH WORK-Diplomats sit tlirough the United Nations. 25th onniversary session in New York. Speeches by visiting dignitaries were overshadowed by Egypt's request of a Middle East debate as soon as the commemorative session is over. Canadian delegate, top left, appears lost in his thoughts, while Egyptian delegate seeks a respite from the speeches, top right. Nationalist Chinese Foreign Minister Wei Tao-Ming, bottom right, stifles a yawn as he sits through a speech with unidentified delegation members. Winnipeg Sports Figure Dies WINNIPEG (CP W. Culver Riley businessman and key mover of the Pan-American games and tba Winnipeg Enterprises Sports Centre, died Friday in hospital at Ottawa. He was 63. He was taken to hospital after becoming ill at his hotel suite and died of a heart attack. Active in sports, he was a member of the 1928 Canadian Olympic rowing team and a past president of Wmnipeg Blue Bombers Football Club. They say '-bilateral research and program co-ordination" in the Arctic should be strengthened. Hardly a thing is left out in the recommendations dealing' with CO - operative research and program co-ordination. The papers say Canada and the U.S. should work together towards "imnrovcd processing techniques" for A r c t i c resources. There should be co-operative supply service and permanent Canada - U.S. committees on each branch of Arctic science. 1817-18 when the land was plagued with famine, extreme cold, destructive fires and food riots. from Oregon to Alaska was forbidden by the Canadian government because of the waste of material and its disruptive effect. SHOE REPAIRS ? BEST ? FAST ? CHEAP SHOt HOSPITAL 331 nth Street South WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Tractors-Trucks Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER - BRASS - RADIATORS - BATTERIES - CAST IRON-Etc. - Trucl electricity  3 heat selector  Perma Prest cycle e Fluff cycle Special $199.00 Less-$10.00 Gas Voucher Extra Special Be sure to bring your $10.00 gas voucher with you when you purchase one of our Gas dryers. SAVE AN EXTRA $10 When you apply your I $10.00 VOUCHER ' 'on the purchase of your natural gas dryer. � Offer expires Nov. 14, 1970. Vouchers are _ being distributed by Canadian Western Nat- I urol Gas Co. to their customers throughout * "CHARGE IT" CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED 11 A divi'iion oF FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBE� COMPANY OF CANADA LIMIIEB Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. - Phone 327-8548 Clean Fuel! Clear Skies! Natural Gas is the world's cleanest burning fossil fuel. Here in Alberta, everyone uses Natural Gas for heating. Which is one reason why Alberta has become famous for her clear skies. Nov/, because of the universal fight against air pollution. Natural Gas is more valuable than ever, and our company's long-range planning has insured an abundant supply of nature's wonder fuel for our customers. As an added bonus, natural gas rates in Alberta are among the lowest on the North American continent. So the Alberta consumer doubly benefits. The world's premium fuel available in abundant supply at reasonable cost - a happy combination that has placed this province in an enviable position, particularly today when the very air we breathe is being recognized as one of this world's most precious commodities. When you are in Alberta ... you in clear sky country - thanks in part to NATURAL GAS. are ;