Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Kosygin short an EDMONTON (CI'l fiovic Premier Alcxci Kosygin and li entourage broke the stillness o a sunny Edmontcn weekenc Sunday with a whirlwind, five-hour visit. Despite groups of demonstrators, wailing sirens :md a he i-copler hovering over the Alberl id 4imev( The p r e ir.1 i e r arrived 01 schedule at a.m. MST on Canadian Forces Boeing 701 after a two-day visit to Vancou ver. He was greeted by Albert; Premier Peter Lougheed anc half a dozen members of UK provincial cabinet and 1 ta visit i Soviet Union. Some placards "'WBIBHr afcllBi said "let my people go." pF' fJfSlf 1 Mr. Kosygin's eight-car cara- %tSLg van was preceded by a helicon. Jvr f fSSl tcr bearing armed policemen Tiljfe_ w3 who surveyed the party's route ISjf through farming country just mf W fl north of Edmonton. if flMfz XWvAtm. .The RCMP and military po- given prc VANCOUVER (CP) Oil firms working on S'able Island must ensure minimum damage Environment Minister Jack Davis said today. Speaking to the annual western meeting of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, he said the public is rtection our far-flung Canadian emplr which naturalists would like t think belongs exclusively to th Ipswich tparrow. "Disturb the habitat of thi 'endangered' species and you'r going to be in trouble. Wipe out and you're going to attra hundreds of policemen. Spokes men for the demonstrators saic they were members of the Jew ish cnmrr.unity councils of Ed monton and Calgary. They carried placards protest ing the treatment of Jews in around its perimeters, the public was not allowed into the airport. A few well-wishers gatherec given time to pay. Meanwhile, memlKTS of the jroup began soliciting funds. The group plans to nppenl rtw court other spheres." True to his word, O'Meara worked as a columnist for The a Montreal until six months ago when failing health forced him into complete retirement. His words were typical of tlie spirit that dominated a career lhat started in Ottawa as a copy wy and a few ycrs later found lim filling the office of manag-ng editor of a Niagara Falls, Ont., daily. Ba as ho was known .hroughout the sporting world in Canada, Joined the Star in 1S29 and became its sports editor eight years later. He retired rom the latter position in 1957, but continued with the paper as i columnist imtil study is to be conducted to determine the levels and cause of noise in Calgary and Edmonton, Environment minister Bill Yurko announced today. Mr. Yurko said the aim of the survey is to determine the noise level in representative areas of the two cities including residential, commercial and industrial areas and traffic artery areas. Opinions of residents will he obtained, Mr. Yurko said, adding his department now is call-tog for proposals from firms t r'arcsled in conducting such 8 i survey. The firm making the survey will be required to file reports at least every three months during the project. 2 Mr. Yurko earlier announced 6 Jimtlar studios on odor In tha li two Alberta cltiw. Ends Oct. 30 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDGE, AITA. PHONE 327-3165 P.O. BOX COURSES IN WELDING Lcorn how to weld your own equipment, or leorn tho skill of welding for o trade, or simply as hobby. All leveli of welding will be offered. length of Program: 6 Weeks (November 8 fo December 7, 1971) Fee: For further Information contact Director of School of Technical-Vocational Education LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Phone: AS AT 9 COURTES'V All highways in the Lcthbridge h istrict are bare and dry and c n good winter driving condi- .on. H.ghway 1, Calgary Golden, r POUTS OF ENTRY (Opening 1 hours; Carway 6 a.m. to 9 p.n ).m.; Rooseville, B.C. 8 a.m. I Porthill Rykeils 8 a.m. to m nMhorm, 8 to 1 p.m. A.M. TODAY OF AMA arc and in good condition, olden to RcvelsUikc, wet with li: nf sr.nw. Slow tires f Ins i! r o re while cvor tiiD CSS. nnd Closing Coutts i. MST; Del lioniln 9 a.m. to i) 5 p.m.; Kinpsgatc, B.C., H idnight. Chief Mountain closed. a Paw clofed.