Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 4. 1979 CHILD THROWN INTO RIVER-Police in Rome say Livio Davani, right, in custody, told of throwing his deformed one-month-old child, Ivano, into the Tiber River to his death. "My son would never have forgiven me if I had let him live only to police quoted the father as saying. The child's mother, Nadia Davani, left, says she will appeal for clemency to Italian President Guiseppe baragat. Man in jacket escorting Livio is an unidentified policeman. Arctic h Destination For Million Tons Of Steel By KEN POLE EDMONTON (CP) The problems involved in moving a million tons of steel and con- struction supplies into the Cana- dian Arctic to build a mil- lion gas pipeline are being studied by the (MR and the Al- berta Gas runfc Line Co. The firms told news confer- ence today they have been looking at the problems since June in anticipation of construc- tion beginning in 1972. Alberta Gas Trunk is the sponsor of the proposal for the Royal Bank Growth Rate Is Slower MONTREAL (CP) The Royal Bank of Canada reports continued growth, but at a slower rate, In revenues, earn- ings and total assets in the nine-month period ended July 31. Balance of revenue totalled compared with in the corresponding period which ended Juty 31, 1969. Net profits for the nine months amounted to or 98.2 cents a share, up from or 85.7 cents in 1969. Total revenue was up from and total expenses were up in 1969. Total assets climbed to million from million in the previous year. pipeline through the Yukon and Northwest Territories to con ncct U.S. markets with gas re- serves at Pntdhoe Bay in Alaska. S. R. Blair of Calgary, presi- dent- of Alberta Gas Trunk, sak the firm is concerned about the need for an early start on the planning to move a volume ol freight five times the amounl shipped in the N.W.T. in 1969. "This work promises to be useful to all future developmen! in the North, including an oil Mr. Blair said. "These northward develop- ment opportunities should be recognized now as needing mosl of the enterprise and planning skills that the experienced com- ponents of the Canadian trans- portation industries can prov- ide, as well as the environmen- tal and social protection mea- sures which are being prepared at various sources." The prime mover will be Warsaw Post Announced For Wilson OTTAWA (CP) The trade department announced today the appointment of Howard R. Wilson, 30, a native of Edmon- ton, as the first resident Cana- dian trade commissioner in Warsaw, Poland. The department now has four posts in Eastern Europe: Bel- grade, Moscow, Prague and Warsaw. A graduate of the University of Alberta, Mr. Wilson has served in Lagos, Nigeria and Ottawa since joining the depart- ment in 1964. ENROLL NOW WELDING (Beginners and Advanced) 5 ACETYLENE Sept. 8-25 ARC Sept. 28-Oct. 16 AGRICULTURE Sept. 28 (12-week fall semester) Lethbridge Community College Phone 327-2141, Ext. 219 Northern Transportation C o. Ltd., a federal Crown corpora- tion based at Edmonton which has a tug-and-barge network stretching from Great Slave Lake onto the Arctic coast down the Mackenzie Hiyer. N. J. MacMillan, president of the CNR, described the develop- ment as "a logical extension of the tremendous stake we al- ready have in the Canadian North, both in transportation and in communications." Protection of the North's deli- cate ecology was stressed. "It is also of vital importance that we bring to bear all the ex- pertise and scientific knowhow we possess to ensure that eco- logical considerations are para- mount to any program that in- volves transportation to and from the Mr. Mac- Millan said. "We still have time to provide that kind of protection of the natural environment through in- tegrated planning of routes and establishment of facilities." The pipeline was announced last month at Omaha, Neb., by the Northern Natural Gas Co. of Omaha, parent firm of Cal- gary-based Consolidated Natu- ral Gas Ltd. Company spokesman Herbert M. Sampson, said it would stretch 300 miles across Alaska and then miles through the two northern territories and Al- berta. Mr. Sampson said there are jillions of cubic feet of proven natural gas reserves in the Pru- dhoe Bay field. By 1975, at least million cubic feet of gas could be moved daily from Alaska's North Slope with million possible each day by 1980. Floods Kill 24 MANILA (AP) Officials re- xjrted 24 persons dead and 16 missing today in monsoon rains which flooded this city and northern provinces. Floods receded after a brief respite, but a steady rain late in the day caused them to begin rising again in some areas. 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