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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Z ItTHBRIDOE IIERAID Fiirfay, October 27, 1973 New OTTAWA HT'i L'iiiui- the day. special programs :linn Hadio-Televiiion Ccmmi.-i- for yi'.ns dnin sion (CliTCt announced ap- proval Thursday ot six new ra- oilier Tiny "wliilc the i-r offered .rrvii'O until his application ilio stations in Mbevla and the Yukon i AMIuuigli Diimsm Three other radio cations vvei'c denied. The approved Yukon sta- tions will he in Kei-.o Hill, Mayo and Elsa. The Ketui Hill station is to receive CIX' network pro- grams from a phmncvl cimmm- won the it was de- nied a licence to start ;ui i radio station in Caipary cause "the application is nol in a position to pro- gramming significantly differ' enl from tint already available oadcasl tl-.o Krra Hill sicnrl. In AllKTIa, ll'c of Brooks an.l McMurray will get Ihi-ir lir-.! 1'vnl AM sta- tions'find lied IV.T will gel a second local AM Dur'ug E'x'mwtnn Hie lii'Binnini! P! this rai-utli. lion CJTC heard two applications from iho Brooks li- cence. 11 decided in l.ivw uf Dmci Baiir Broadcast I'l'L. which nuvv opciates radio sla- tion CJDV in Dnuuheller, and rejected the application of Mon- arch Broadcasting Co. Ltd., op- erators of radio station CHAT In Medicine Hal. The CRTC judgment said CJDV has served the Brooks area, which can receive an adc- mittcd bv- rioter Charesl. 3. mer rnC' employee. I'ark Country Ltd. u ns the winner o( the Hct Deer licence, ck-spilc the oppo sitioa of Rod. Deer's CIvRD ra din and television stations CKHU argued that there was imt commercial revenue in Ihe area to support another radio station. A feature of the I'ark County application vuss ils promise to originate programming once a t week from each of the nearby communities of Ponoka, In- msfail, Olds. Rocky Mountain House and Stcttler. The third rejected appli- cnlipn. submitted by Wilfrid L. Tlnrtnn. publisher of Ihi' Vegr- cvilb (Observer, was for a Sainl Canada critical of big poivers UNITUD NATIONS (C'P> Nut lie said these a Canada told tlic Unilccl Nations 1 are only a beginning. Thursday that tlic nuclear pow- ers have failed tlioi'- obligation to the other countries of the world by not ending line-tear testing and said the UN "lias no option hul to hammer again and again" nt the powers until all testing is halted. W. II. Barton, Canada's rep- resentative nt the (jenev.t dis- armament conference, lold the General Assembly's main polit- ical committee that continued nuclear testing "is an intoler- able situation." He said that through previous UN dcbalcs, Ihe non-nuclear countries had clearly called for on end lo all testing but the rale "remains irndiniinishcd." Barton called on the UN for "a firm and precise program for action1' lo have the way to i comprehensive test ban rcaly. Elsewhere nl Hie UN Tluu-s lay, Cancda asked Hie assem-1 enc' >ly lo approve a recommenda- tion Irom (he Stockholm Envi- ronment Conference for an in- EE A GOOD BOY NOW Prime Minister and Mar- garet Trudeuu sciy goodbye to 10-monlh-old son Justin as they leave him wilh Ihe baby siller and prepare lo board a charier aircraft for the Marilimes a1 Ottawa. (CP Wirepholo) Was it censored? quatc CJDV sijjnal for ot Tan) AM radio station. 150 Optimists to meet in city Report causes legislature battle Some 150 delegates and Ihcir wives are expected lo attend an International meeting of Op- timist Club members in Leth- bridge this weekend. The first quarter district board meeting ot Ihe service club is being ho-sled by the Lethbridge Optimist Club and will consist nt delegates from Alberla, Saskalchewan and Montana. Registration and a social hour will be held at the Holiday Inn starting at p.m. Fri- KDMONTON iCI'i of- i ten hiiniorous and Ijiltcr exchange licivvccn Envi- ronment Minister Bill Vurko and several opposition mcm- 'bers highlighted debate Thurs- i day ill the legislature. Illc exchange centred on a re- quest for a 'yes or no" an- swer by Mr. YurXn lo a ques- tion by Jim Henderson (SC- vvho wanled to know whether the minister bad "censored" a report pre- pared for public hearings on the ecological effects of sulphur ex- traction gas plants. HOW TO SLEEP WITHOUT PILLS Mr. Yurko objected strongly lo Hie use o[ Hie word saying rather that the report had been "reviewed" for accur- acy because the government Tlie world looks to tlio So- viet Union and the United Stales nol lo rcsl oo tlitsa ichievemcnLs, but to go on to agree to more far-reaching nu- clear arms control and dis- armament measures.1' Although some progress had made, he said the record disarmament was "a thing of shreds and patches, of work which lias been left uncom- and of opportunities wlu'ch have not been fully grasped." He was critical ot France anl China, which, have refused lo take pajl in the Geneva dis- armament talks, but said it was "even more regrettable" that the U.S. and Ihe Soviet Un- ion had made "FO little prog- ress in fulfilling the obligations Ihcy had assumed. Asked al a later news confer- whcllici- the Uniled States more to blame for a lack oi agreement on a total test ban. Barton said: "I would aulhr.i'ily accused o4 being 1 Mr. Notley recommended nr.lhinn more lhan an arm of two-price syslcm for gas which Ihe civil service. I would retain a favorable rate When Mr. Yurko tried lo an-1 within the province while ternational meeting in Van- couver in lo study human settlements and the environ- ment. Canadian officials said they expect the Vancouver meeiuig lo be approved with lillle oppo- sition. WELCOMES PACTS Speaking during the political commillec's disarmamenl de- bale, Barton welcomed recent international agreements on ar- mamonls. including the Soviet- Uniled Slates pact on strategic arms limitations. hcsilatc to pick on one. It takes two lo make a disagreement." MUST HAVK SUPPORT Regarding the Soviet pro- posal for a world disarmament conference, Barton said Canada would support the idea "it there were good reason to be- lieve lhat it could make B posi- tive contribution" and added that it must have the support of all five nuclear powers. China has steadfastly opposed the world conference sugges- tion. swer Mr. Henderson's queslion to lie certain that no wild at length, Hie opposition mem- statements would be made. The report, a background paper, was prepared by Dr. H. K. Klcmm of the Alberla Research Council for the pub- lic hearings by the Environ- ment Conservation Authority. The censorship charge was air- ed al a weekend meeting of Iho Civil servants to request. Are you a regular of sleeping pills? If bctler think Ivvicn! According 1o raiany experts, can aggravate Iho problem ce intended to cure. !how to cope-willi sleeplessness fafcly. Learn the difference between "light sleep" and "deep -why you Heed tolh. I.earn how Ihe. proper exercise and eating TiabiU can help. And leam how to (urn sleepless hours to use instead of abuse. Read 3IOW TO HEAT INSOMNIA BLUECTNa TIMS cneoESB articles and features 5n the November Header's Digest. Pick up your copy The board meeting start at 9 a in. Saturday al the El rtancho Motor Hotel, a luncheon will be held at noon and an administration confer- ence will held in the after- noon. (iuesl speaker at Saturday's Optimist Internalional Vice President Thomas II. Chapman of Red Deer. Mr. Chapman, a lawyer, was born in Lethbridge and has been active in the Optimist Club since 19GO, He was elcc'.ed vice president in July. Optimist International is (be fourth largest men's service club in Norlh America with more than members and over clubs in. Canada and United Stoles. The club's local activities in- clude the Hikcs-for-Tikes, spon- sorship of lacrosse teams, a State Secretary William Rogers girls' soflball team and Ihe'and Defence Secretary Melvin Garden of Optimism in Coal-] I.aird, the stale radio reported dale. I today. authority's committee public advisory during which Ihe increase EDMONTON 'CP1 The, with the government, a spokes- Civil Service Association of said Thursday. ber jumped to his feet and pro- Icslcd. Speaker Gerry Amergongen reminded the minister tliat liis reply should be kept to an ac- ceptable length and Mr. Yurko terminated the exchange with a statement thai he would check the Environment Conser- vation Authority. Thursday night, Grant Not- ley. leader of the New Demo- cratic Parly, told the House the government should carefully charging what the traffic will bear outside. Albert Ludwig (SC-Calgary Mountain View) told the House a municipal ombudsman is needed to investigate citizens' complaints against the lower levels of government. "I believe lhat the imposition of an ombudsman is not an ad- mission of any weakness or Mr. I.ud- wig said. "It steins from niag- naminity; it stems from the concern about the individual who may have a grivance and it Weather nnrl road report evaluate the consequences of 3 further provides an additional proposed increase in natural I channel of complaint. This is in gas prices, He agreed wilh a rcporl by the Energy Resources Conser- j the public inleresl." He disagreed wilh a suggest- valion Board Lhal Ihe price ot nalural gas in the province is loo low. ion by 11 u s 1 5; Draylon Valley) Zander (HC- to the effect berta will ask for a minimum 1 The civil servants' pros- wage of "a little over S-100 for t-nl with tire govern-; conlentjon in M" civil sen-ants in a raw contract j mcnt expires Dec. 31 and no-' comem'on m repott m.u "However. I quarrel with the Murdcr-by-mail arrest made TEL AVIV (AP) A 22-year- old American tourist has been arresled for investigation over three murder-by-mail bombs posted, to U.S. President Nixon, UNLIMITED! MORTGAGE MONEY s o LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available from to in excess of for Home Owner approved loans up to Other Loans from for new or existing residences apartments hotels motels commercial and industrial acreages Second Mortgages from 3500.00 f 17APMPPC MFPrWA'WTC 1 rAtilVlEilio I J M -now lircs or cily filled chains are manda- tory in Yoho. Koolcnay. Glacier and Mount Ilcvclslokc National Parks, the Banff Jasper high- way and .cki access is lianff and Jnspcr National Pass closed. PORTS Of ENTHY (Opening and Closing Coull.i 21 hours: Carway 7 a.m. lo 10 p.m.: Del Ilonila a.m. to fi p.m. Itooscville, B.C. am. lo P p.m.: Kingsgate, R.C.; 21 hours r-m-ihiii r. i niidmghi, rhirf Mountain closer! I'orlhill IJvkrri.s Ham fl a.m. if o p m ;