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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturcioy, September 11, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 TO WED Aclor Peter Lawford has announced his en- gagement lo Mary Rowan the 22-year-old daughter of Dan Rowan, television's "Laugh-In" star. Lawford 48, and Miss Rowan plan lo marry Oct. 31- Miss Rowan is a dancer in the cocklail party segment of "Laugh-In." Law- ford was divorced four years ago from Pairicia Kennedy. Support for family farms helped win two elections EDMONTON (CP) Support for family farms played a role this summer in the Alberta and Saskatchewan elections, though on.: brought in a Conservative government and the other a so1 rialist one. fn Alberta, the private enter- prise-supporting Progressive Conservatives, promising t o work for the family farm's pres- eivalion, stunned a 36-year-old Social Credit government which had been unbeatable in rural areas. In Saskatchewan, Allan Blak- eney's socialist New Demo- cratic Party upstt the incum- bent LiberaL after promising to fight for tlie small farmer. U.S. resources are running out Both the winning parties promised to fight federal consol- idation ]iroposals which yould reduce the number of farms. The feccral government'.1; pos- ition was that by eliminating small, uneconomical farms, lire whole agriculture industry would benefit. PROMISED MORE HELP Emphasizing agriculture was a "way of life" for Albertans, as well as a livelihood, Conserv- ative leader Peter Lougheed said during the campaign he was "determined lo fight for Ihc preservation of the fa m i I y farm." In tin election Aug. 30, Mr. Loupliccd's party won 20 of 37 rural spats and 29 ol M urbar, ridings. Under a Conservative govern ment, .Mr. Loiigheed said, agri- culture would become a key de- partment and aggressively in- volve itself in marketing and sales. For the 1971-72 fiscal year, Al- berta's Social Credit govern- Couple missing iu Peace area PEACE IUVER (CP) RCMP in this northern Alberta town are looking for a man and his wile from Holden who have CARPET and LINO (Complete fnstallotionsn Free Eitimmetl No Obligation! PHONE 327.B57B CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet Housfl or the South" been missing since last Friday. Clinton Armstrong, 67, and his 61-year-old wife, Hazel, left fheir home for a trip to Peace River. They haven't been heard from since. HCMP are searching High- way 43 by air after a search along Highway 16 showed no trace of the couple who were on their way to visit their daughter. MONDAY IS. 1.44 DAY AT SPIC SPAN DRY CLEANERS COLLEGE MAU-112 8lh ST. 5. SAVE OVER 4 PLAIN SWEATERS Only 1.44 LONG OR SHORT SLEEVE PULLOVER OR CARDIGAN. Monday, Sept 13th and Carry. VANCOUVER (CP) Can- j aria's resources will be vitally needed by the United States in the next decade because Am- erican resources are rapidly becoming depleted, environ- mental scientist Dr. Fred Knel- man said here. "Canadian environmentalists are terribly frightened of con- said Dr. Knelman of die department of humani- ties of science at Sir George Williams University, Montreal. Dr. Knelman is in Vancou- ver to attend a three-day meet- ing of tlie Canadian Association on Human Environment, group planning to present pro- posals for energy and resource management to Ottawa. "According to the latest UN figures, the U.S. and Japan have only nine per cent of the world's population but use up half the world's energy produc- he said, adding that both countries have forecast that their energy consumption will double by 1981. Dr. Knelman said Uiat while the world population is growing at a rate of two per cent a year, the U.S. and Japan are increasing their energy con- sumption by seven per cent a year. "Il's a totally mad consump- tion he said. "The U.S. will have to rape Alaska as fast Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION 55! MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLET OPTICAL 616 3rd S. _____Phone 326-5447_____ Qualify yourself for a better future COMPLETE YOUR EDUCATION BY CORRESPONDENCE Caleb up on the subjects you need to complete High School by taking courses through the CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL BRANCH of the Alberla Department of Education. Junior High and Elementary courses are also available. EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Earn credils toward matriculation on the same basis as students who attend a regular high school. Courses are available for many Senior High School subjects. Junior High School subjects and Elemenlary grades. SPECIAL ADULT UPGRADING PROGRAMS These are arranged for adult students (18 years or over) to upgrade Iheir education through selected courses, Textbooks are loaned to students residing in Alberta and not taking other courses in school. Correspondence courses may be started and completed at various times throughout the year. For application form and further Information wrHe or Bond this coupon TO: THE DIRECTOR. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. EDMONTON. ALBERTA PLEASE SEND CORRESPONDENCE COURSES INFORMATION- Grade In which I am interested Name________ Address. N A aomnniNTOp Alberta DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION as possible just to keep pace before it turns to Canada. "We're suggesting a coherent plan which links resource and energy policy with population growth and pollution. The con- sumption of electrical energy is a very good indicator of the pollution levels." Dr. Knelman heads an en- vironmental action group in Montreal called Citizens for So- cial Responsibility in Science. CAPABLE JUMPERS Some insects can leap 50 or more times their own length- Alberta Hospital Services Commission HOSPITALS ENGINEER II Required immediately, for adminiifrahve duties in frig planning and conslruclion division, a fully qualified mechan- ical eleclrical engineer, preferably with several of practical experience in ihc hospilal field. rill entail specifically Ihe analysis, review and mechanical, electrical, and communica- ----1 -jor mtjmatfl years of pr< This position will costing of hospilal, mechanical, ele lions systems and equipment, and knowledge of these syslems. nonlh depending on quali Salary Range per fications ond experience, APPLY TO: ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE COMMISSION, 61 h Floor, 9912 107 Street, Edmonton, Alberta ment allocated less than 1.5 per i population of less lhan one TnU- cent of itA budget to j lion. agriculture. four Pem of sagkal- Ahoul fjfl.OM of Alberta's 1.5' c-hcwan's b ud t million people are farmers. In allocated to agriculture last Saskatchewan I here ;iro an esli-. spnnR by the formrr Liberal mated farmers among a administration AUDIT TECHNICIAN LOCAL CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT'S FIRM requires AUDIT ond ACCOUNTING PERSONNEL Senlo' Motricclotion desirable but not eisenllol. Successful npplicants must be ininresled in further study and may enrol in llie following courses of in- slructioni a. Certified General Accountant (5 yean) b. Registered Industrial Accountant (5 years) c. Audit Technician (3 years) Apply in writing staling qualifications, experience, etc. to Box 42, Herald This is the pipe that lies in the ground and carries the gas that reaches Albertans. Over in all, in the over 90 communities large and small, served by Canadian western. vJJaBa Y-t-'' ;