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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, CUloW 17, 1971 THI KTHMtDOI HtSAlB 7 ine decision reached MONT Quc. (CP) __ The federal fjoverntncnt lias made no conclusion on a Mack- enzie Eiver Valley pipeline so lar and no applications have been received as yet, Jean Chretien, northern development minister, said Monday. Commenting on statements Ian II. Mackay, a petroleum engineer for Hie Bank of Mon- treal's oil development division in Calgary, was quoted Sunday by Mr. Lewis. In a background paper prepared for discussion at this conference, Dr. Mackay had said developments of min- eral and resources energy in made Sunday by New Demo- cratic Party Leader DavicJ Lewis, the minister said "it was premature for Mr. Lewis to conclude we have decided on a pipeline." He made the remarks at a news conference following a welcoming address to 100 top scientists gathered lor a think session on northern research sponsored by his department. Applications from companies interested in building a pipeline down the Macken7ie River Val- ley have "not been received" although some are expected be- fore the end of the year. Mr. Chretien said the govern- ment then would "lake a few months at least" before decid- ing definitely. Among criteria for submis- sion are ones calling for com- panies to evaluate impact ol such a development on native peoples, he said. Ill his address, lie also re p e a t e d policy statement made last March in which (he department called for the effec on northern people to be of firs consideration in any develop mcnt. irccs only to the pipeline de- velopment, Mr. Lcv.'is was "out of context." "I am. he said, 'that the paper is being used lor political purposes." It was prepared to stimulate thinking about economics of de- velopment among the scientists at the four-day conference. Following Dr. Mackay's clari- fications, Mr. Chretien said that if lotal energy' develop- ment was meant, he agreed. II it included the oil sands, an oi pipeline, two gas pipelines, the James Bay hydro development exploration and re- "I agree, that would bankrupt Mr. Chretien said his depart, ment so far merely advised on whether the amount of gas re- further search, crvcs in (ho Mackenzie jusli- ied a pipeline. He said his own view hat there Is enough gas, but not if the only market were a Canadian market. The gas would also have to >e sold outside Canada for it to je economical. In his address, lie told dele- gates their task is to recom- mend ways science activities can help meet government ob- jectives in the north. He specifically asked lor ad- vice on what kind of research facilities and where they would be needed1. He reminded delegates that the natives must not be asked to adjust, but that the develop- ments must adjust to the people there. Youth, sports programs [pledged by Conservatives NDP leader heads west OTTAWA West this week. OTTAWA (CP) An envi- ronmental corps lo relieve youth unemployment and re- -----Igional training centres to pro- mole excellence in sports have been proposed by the Progres- sive Conservative party in pol- icy papers released here. The papers outline Con- j servative proposals on youth and sports. The party said in a P) _ New news release that a "key David guide" I" dbcuBlon y's annua I meeting in Ottawa last Decent- Ihe dis- will wind lip his current lour ol ments were he discus Ontario eiUes and return lo the pers used al he pa No one turns up tor Lewis show .JUAN CHRETIEN statement premature Hie north "could bankrupt Can- ada." Dr. Mackay told a news con- ference that 'in applying his re- marks about all energy re- Does male nudity turn women on? HOLLYWOOD (AP) Burl What do women think abou Reynolds started the trend. by all this? posing nude for a magazine cen- trefold. Others have followed, and at least two companies are merchandising male nude calen- dars. Actors are baring all in Broadway plays and on the screen. Puzzled with yo WEDDING PLANS? According to Dr. Alfred Kin iy's research, the view of aked male does not turn on. But liis survey wa nade in the 1950s and attitudes may have changed. In a totally unscientific sur rey, several well-known Holly vood women were 'asked th question: What do you think of JOHANNESBURG, South Af- ca (AP) When Jerry Lewis oes through his comedy rou- ne in Swaziland this week he he current trend toward male nudity? Here are their answers; June great. I :horoughly enjoy seeing a beau- jfully-proportioned nude male. So did Michelangelo and Rodin. But if the male is blubbery, he should keep his beer barrel to liimself and not be a portly pol- on't have to worry about re- eating his lines. No one turned up for his low here Saturday. Lewis had been scheduled to erform before a black au ience in Johannesburg, but 1 fter waiting on stage for an lour for someone to show up he rent back to his hotel. He had been well received by he white audiences in Johan- nesburg earlier in the week. BUCHAREST (Reuter) Ro- manian authorises have halted Bucharest production of a Russian play for alleged anli- Soviet sentiments, Romanian literary sources said here. The'play, Gogol's Inspector General, was put on in the Ro- manian capital Sept. 23 but was taken off the stage after four performances. It was staged by the Roma- nian avant garde Bulandra .ons of manure per cycle, ant half of each plot receives 100 pounds per acre of ammoniun phosphate (11-48-0) during 3 o An election campaign ili-1 her and voting erary released by Mr. Lewis' I cussion papers, iice lists Oshawa, Ottawa and hunder Bay, Onl., and Saska oon and Edmonton on the eader's agenda up to Wednes- ay. The New Democrat leader vill fly to Thunder Bay Tues- ay for an open-line program on radio staiion CKPR. Laler Tuesday, he will board and environmental ns charter plane for Saskatoon across the eounlry. where there mil te an evening j The parjy document also said employment section orts to relieve youth unemploy- ment. OB. iporls, the party said that ho "level of physical fitness of Canadians is much lower than t should be, and our record in world sports competition has been poor." To improve physical fitness and excellence in the Conservatives propose a series of regional training centres in various parts of Canada. The training centres would co-ordinate sports programs or organizations in each region the 10 years. Crops have always yielfc well on Rotation U. Steve Di betz, soil scientist in charg Tlie youth policy paper saic I lhat an environmental corps I would established in the en ironment department to help I preserve natural resources am' the environment. The corps would he expanded 1 summer lo employ young Canadians clean-up operations public meeting. On Wednesday, Mr. Lewis will have a brief stop in Ed- monton on a flight to Peace River, Alta. lutor Joan think It's Question and Answer CIRCULAR t Every bride wishes her Iwedding to be lusl perfect. 'To help you prepare for that wonderful dny, we I have compiled o list of questions most com- monly asked by Ibe bricle- The answers are {taken from oulhorilalive sources on etiquette. We Are Your Printing Headquarters For All Your Wedding Requirements. INVITATIONS NAPKINS MATCHES I PLACE CARDS THANK-YOU CARDS CAKE BOXES and BAGS i COASTERS 1 Etc. TlkC Lctlibrictgc Herald long overdue. For too many years women have been denied the privilege of viewing the male undraped form. Now I say, better laic than never." Sandra think il's wonderful." Elkc nudity contributes to some situations and distracts from others. It's the same as female nudity; it Theatre Group who have toured abroad and also appeared in the Ednburgh Festival lasl year. One hundred eighty-three bu- shels per acre of oats and 141 bushels per acre of barley were harvested Ihis fall from Kola- tion U at the Lethbridge Re- search Station. These arc new records at the station and (hey illustrate the potential yields of these crops on irrigated land. Previous highs were 156 bushels for oats and 128 bushels for bar- ley Rotation U, a 10-year rota- on laid out on 10 one-aere plols, was started by Dr. W. H. Fairfield, the first superinten JERRY LEWIS f the rotation, attributes t h ecord yields hi 1972 to a timel ate-summer irrigation, whic enabled the crops to fill ou jropc-rly, and fortunaely the did not lodge. Sioux was the variety of oa grown and the barley was Gal variety developed by Dr. S A. Wells, cerealist at the R search Stalion. Running gramps iven plaque or his feat FORT KENT. Me. (AP) Vhen 63-year-old Jim Carroll ran inlo Ihls northern border .own, he was greeled by six of his grandchildren who pre- .enled him with a plaque: It read: "Congratulations Grandpa: first man lo run Ihe stale of Maine." "Grandpa11 finished cele- braling his retiremenl hy running 396 miles in 19 days from Killery to this Arrostook County town. 'I now claim a record ol having completed running the full length of Carroll announced formally. only differs in details. 1 hink John Wayne, Gene Hack- man and Lee Martin are vcr> sexy, but I don't think any o: .heir films would benefit by :heir doing nude scenes." Dionne Warwich "I per- sonally don't care for public display of male nudity, but I Ihink I'll keep my private feel- ings (o myself." Sandy guess I'm not geared for published nudity or female. I don't think it inspires the right things or thoughts. I think it encourage, lasciviousncss, certainly not true love. Nudity is not what love is all about. However, I don'l think published nudity should be censored. Of the two, censorship is worse." Susan Hay 1 am old-fashioned, but I think it is heller kept in the bedroom." dent of the station, in 1910. It is believed to be the oldest contin uous irrigated crop rotation in North America. In consists of six years of al falfa and one year each q wheat, oats, barley, and suga _ youth should be set up in the man-1 power department to help young people find jobs. ESTABLISH CENTRES The' party said that as a short-term measure, a Con- servative government would es- lablish youth manpower cenlres which would work closely with existing manpower centres. A Canadian youlh employ- ment direclorale would be set lo carry out research on causes of youth unemployment and study various employment programs for young people. The paper said a Con- servative government would continue Opportunities for Youth bul would sel up a per- manent direclorale to clear away what it says is "adminis- trative chaos" in the curreni program. The directorate would be responsible to the Commons through a cabinet minisler. A standing committee of the Commons would be created t evaluate the impact of Oppor tunilies for Youth and other ef and would operate under a na- tional resources council for sports. The national council may be a new body or a combinalion of several existing government or- ganizations. The regional training centres would help various regions con- centrate on developing firsl- class sports facilities and highly qualified trainers for a limited number of sports. A Conservalive government would undertake, with the prov- inces, a nationwide program ol training coaches and sports of- ficials, the policy paper said. PETRIFIED REMAINS DISCOVERED SALONIKA, Greece (AP) Petrified remains of gi- ant mastodons, dogs and horses with three toes esti- mated (o he 13 million years old, have been uncov- ered near this city is north- ern Greece, scientists an- nounced The excavations wera conducted by the geology and paleontology depart- ment of Aristotle University here, in co-operation with scientists from the Univer- sity of Paris. Scientists said the re- mains also Include parts of rhinonoceroses and flesh-eal- ing animals that looked liko foxes. Crank threatens prime minister KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) RCMP said Monday a bomb Ibreat was made against Prime Minister Trudeau when he vis- ited Kainloops on Saturday, but ____, police termed it the work of a icels. Each plot receives 30 crank afler nothing was found. AHAMOUNT Short Subjects 'The New Ccnlurians" Last Complele Show Restricled Adult Entertainment CINEMA Short Subjects Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment COLLEGE CINEMA "Legend of Nigger Charlie" "Possessions of Joe Delaney" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Entertainment YOUR PHILIPS, DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 301 I3lh ST. N. JACK'S The LETHBR1DGE ROTARY CLUB Is pleased lo present LINDA GAY FL1TTON FRIDAY, OCT. 20th 8 p.m. YATES CENTRE Advance tickets now on sals Dl leister's and at Yalei Ccnlra Door Oct. 20...... ADMISSION Sponsored by ihe Rolary Club in conjunction willi The Province of Alberla IINDA GAY FLITTON Performing Arts On Tour. BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE FOR THE PRICE OP GEORGE C. SCOTT STACT REACH THE NEW CENTURIONS A STORY ABOUT A COP WRITTEN BY A COPII RESTRICTED ADUIT TON1TE thru THURS. AT AND P.M. TONSTE thru SAT. AT AND P.M. A FRANKOVKH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CARRY ON HENRY" In color. Slurring Sidney James and Ihe 'Carry On Gang'. Tuesday and Wednesday, Octo- ber 17 and 18. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MINX'1 In color. Slurring Jan Sterling. This "AROUSED" In color. Starring Janice Kennon. Tues- day and Wednesday, Oclobor 17 anil Tuesday show al 7MO p.m. ReslriclccJ Adull. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THK LEGEND OK NICGKR CHARLEY" In Techni- color. Starring Fred Williamson and D'urville Marlin. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 17 and 1C. Tuesday show nt p.m. Adull Nol Suitable For Children. Empress Theatre Fort Macleod Oct. 19 to 21 Mayfair Theatre Cardston Oct. 19 Jo 21 Fox TheaJre Pincher Creek Oct. 19 to 21 Opera Theatre Vulcan Oct. 19 to 21 STARTING TOMORROW THE NEWEST AND BIGGEST YET! See it this week at a theatre near you! 20th Cenliiry-Fox presents an ARTHUR P. JACOBS Production "CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES' starring RODDY McDOWAU and DON MURRAY and RICARCO MONTALBAN as Armando. COLLEGE DELUXE SHOWS AT AND P.M. 2 Ends Tonight College Cinemo "LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLIE" Plus "Possession of Joel Delaney" ADULT ENTERTAINMENT THE MOST AWESOME SPECTACLE IN THE ANNALS OF SCIENCE FICTION THE REVOLTOFTHE APES TheatVe Fernie Oct. 19 to 21 Tower Theatre Taber Oct. 19 to 21 Rex Theatre Beilevue 19 to 21 MUSIC LESSONS ENROLL NOW ACCORDION PIANO DRUMS CHORD ORGAN PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. Phone 327-7524 ;