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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Peking, Moscow feud gets hotter TOKYO (AP) The ideologi- cal feud between Peking and Moscow grew hotter today as Clu'na accused the Soviet Union of "unscrupulously selling out the sovereignty" of East Car- many in the Big Four accord on Berlin. It also accused the Soviet news agency Tass of helping spread Nationalist Chinese "ru- Rye hit by surcharge OTTAWA (CP) Alt G-leave ask- ed here for immediate jov- ernment assistance for rye pro- ducers whose exports, he said, are being hard hit by the U.S. import surcharges. In addition, he told the Com- mons, the' price of rye has hit an aJl-time low of 65 cents a bushel. Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson said the government in- tends to assist industry on a commodity-by-commodily basis, but it is still too early to know the full effect of the surcharges on any particular commodity. mors" that the Communist Chinese had agreed to accept U.S. help to develop oil deposits and build an aircraft factory. The attack was carried by the official New China news agency and was Peking's first public reaction to the Berlin accord, signed Friday. The accord, the first between the United States, the Soviet Union, Britain and France on Berlin since the Second World War, is aimed at easing ten- sions in Centra) Europe and im- proving life in the divided city. The agency said a Japanese newspaper, the'Tokyo Shimbun, carried the report on U.S. aid to China in a dispatch from Tapiei last Sunday. Tass reported it Monday. Launch satellite MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Union launched another satellite in its top-secret Cosmos series today, the news agency Tass an- nounced. Cosmos 437 completed its first orbit of the earth in 95.3 min- utes and was orbiting a 74-de- gree inclination from the equa- tor. Tass said the apogee of the orbit was 346 miles from the earth, its perigee, 324 miles. 'SHOCKED' BY CHINA VISIT Japanese Foreign Min- ister Takeo Fukuda meets newsmen afler arrival in Wash- ington as head of Japan's mission for an economic con- ference with United Stales officials. Fukuda described the shock produced in Japan when Presidehl Nixon announced he would visit Communist China. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Carloads Truck Scales Magnet Crane Servict National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Slreel North "Scrap ii Our Suilns Phone 328-1721 r ACT NOW THERE'S STILL TIME The following SAIT regular day programs are still pccepling students. Phone or write the Reg- istrar for application details. Business Administration Secretarial Arts Graphic Arts Administration Aeronautical Engineering Technology Air Conditioning Engineering Technology Chemical Technology Chemical Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Electronic Engineering Technician Engineering Graphics Technology (Formerly Drafting) Environmental Technology (Formerly Architecture) Environmental Technology (Architectural) Environmental Technology (Building Development Stream) Industrial Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Structural Engineering Technology Surveying Technology Commercial Cooking DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 The Registrar's Office SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BOI-IGlh Avenue Natural resources policy to be subject of attack Bv KORKY KOROLUK t The associalion acts as a co- TORONTO (CP) __ A f L e r body for environmen- 'al action groups m Canada. Its member number working in silence for more Ihan a year, a group active in environmental affairs is plan- ning to become vocally critical o( Canadian natural resources policy. The Canadian Association on Human Environment will meet in Ottawa next month in its first national conference, and plans (hen to articulate proposals for energy and resources manage- ment. GRAVEL SALE! We are overstocked on Vi inch washed gravel. This gravel IB excellent for roads, parking aroai, drive way etc. Reg. Price cu. yd. SALE PRICE I CU. YD. TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL CO. Ph. 327-4280 almost concerned with more than simple cosm e t i c clean-ups of the environment; they are interested in projects to further the public under- standing o[ environmental prob- lems. Samples of this summer's projects are an air pollution study in Fredericton, N.B., car- ried out by the Conservation Council of New Brunswick; compilation and printing an in- formation pamphlet for high schools by the Saskatoon Envi- ronmental Society, and a re- sources inventory study by the Hamilton Federation of Envi- rionmental Groups. Many of the 173 projects are resource-oriented because asso- ciation President Peter Iffiddle- ton said in an interview Wednesday, "we regard pollu- tion as a symptom of an atti hide toward resource manage- ment Suiurdny, Seplsmber II, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 19 k ASPHALT r PAVING r TOLLESTRUP m Construction Co. ltd. L SAND nnd GRAVE! W PHONE k 328-2702 _ 327-3670 GERMAN LANGUAGE SCHOOL OFFERED BY THE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Inviies All Interested Porenls To A Meeting On MONDAY, SEPT. 13th, AT P.M. IN THf CLUB MALI 6th Street and 9th Avenue North Your Opportunity Is Here PROBATION OFFICERS Several pojition. ovoiloble irr (he Adult Probation Bronch in Calgary and one position in Ihe Family Courl, Ulhbridgi. CALGARY POSTIONS: Dulic, includn preporotion of reports os required by courts in Cnlgory ond orea. Apply sociol rosework techniques (a the supervision and rcliobilila- lion of adult offenders nnd parolees. IETHBRIDGE POSITION: Duties include in en- forcemcnl of Orders of Maintenance, preparation of appropri- ate casn historic, ond provide counselling resolvr dispules. QUALIFICATIONS: University graduation in ihc social sciences preferably jupplemcnlcd by some related experience. Individual maturity ond the obility to relate to. ond work with other, is essential. SALARY: }516 to S71S per month with Marline, snlary com- mfinsurote qualifications. GENERAL: Please indicate, preference for cither Colgary or lethbridoe Competition No. Closina September 17, 1971. Information nnd application forms from- GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, Penonnol Administration Room 1101, John J. Bowlon Buildinq 6JO 7lh Avo. S.W. CALGARY 2. Alberto "Forgotten inarf haunts ombudsman CALGAHY (CP) George McClellan, North America's first ombudsman, is stil] haunt- ed by the first complaint he handled. Crass fires extinguished STIRLING (HNS) Stir- ling's volunteer firemen an- swered an alarm this week to extinguish two grass fires some soven miles south of town. In other news, the Wolf Cub Pack held its first meeting and all future meetings will be held Wednesday nights at at the Boy Scout HaiJ unless other- wise notified. Youths, eight, nine and 10 years old are in- vited to join the group. Grails hear Gordon Taylor FORT MACLEOD (Spe c i a 1) The 1971 graduating class of the F. P. Walshe High School here recently held its exercises and dance. The 51 graduates heard Gor- don Taylor, former Alberta's minister of highways and trans- port. Speaking at the exercises was a former student, Dr. Bob Patterson of the University of A 1 b e r f a's education depart- ment. The first case "will haunt me until the day I Die former RCMP commissioner, named Alberta's ombudsman in told a Calgary service club meeting. The case concerned a man who in 1SW killed his infant son and was found insane by the courts. After eight years in an insit- instilufion tic regained his san- ity and was acquitted by reason of his original insanity. He was then sent back to the institu- tion to awaJt the pleasure of the lieutenant governor. He waited 22 years. Mr. McCiellan said he un- tangled Ihe bureaucratic wrong- gle surrounding the case and the man was released with a pension. Two years later he was dead from cancer. 'I attended his Mr. McClellan said. "There were three people there." "He was really the forgotten man." This and less extreme cases of administrative injustice are the day-to-day work of Ihe Al- berta ombudsman. ''Fifty per cent or more of the complaints I receive are matters entirely out of my juris- he said, explaining he was responsible for the Alberta government only, not the muni- cipalities or the federal bureau- cracy, or the A citizen can write to the om- budsman only after exhausting all other courses of action, and will gel only a "thorough and unbiased investigation" with no guarantees of results, he said. "In SO per cent of Ihe cases the problem is solved by talk across the desk or the exchange of a couple of letters." RX.M.P. CENTENARY The R.C.M.P. is preparing for ils Centenary in 1973 and would appreciate receiving photographs and rec- ords relating to N.W.M.P. ond R.N.W.M.P. memben and delachmenls, Afler copying, all material will be relumed to con- Iribulors. Contact your local R.C.M.P. Detachment or write to Lethbridge Sub-Division Headquarters COUGH'S AUTO BODY LTD. AUTO 206 llth STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-5145 AFTER HOURS PHONE 328-9812 NO Polarized Lenses POLARIZED IEHSES completely eTnTrinate annoying gtefi from water highways and beachas. And now can hav? them m your own prescription! Drive morg See more clearly. Framed "m our zingy new planers, squares, ovals or octagons. Specializing in the fitting of Eyfl Doctor's prescriptions PrvtcrlpHon Sunglcmei Magnifiers Repain Cbildren'i I Reasonable Pricii OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 508-7lh ST. S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3609 SIMPSONS Charm School Girls Age 12 to 16 ENROLL NOW Ten Week Course "4 Enrollment' incudes text book, fashion show, charm bracolel and tole bag. THIS IS WHAT YOU LEARN Hair Care Grooming Figure Control Skin Care and Make-up Modelling Assurance and Poise Wardrobe Complete Ten Week Course under exper- ienced tutelage. Lessons are conducled every Friday night 7 to 9 p.m and Salur- day a.m. until p.m. A must for every girl from 12 to 16 years old. PLACE: SIMPSONS-SEAKS, letlibridac ENROLL NOW Application forms ore ovoiloble in our Girls' Depart men! or simply mail name, address, age, phone num. her Division 77, Simpsons-Sears. SESSIONS CONDUCTED AT SIMPSONS-SEARS, Lethbridge In The Training Room STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 n.m. lo p.m. Wednesday 9 o.m. to p.m, Thursday and Friday 9 o.m to 1 p.m Centre Village Telephone 328-9731 ;