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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 Tlir IfTIIDRIDCE HCI'Ain Wednesday, 11, 1971 CASSOWARY BIRD Australian immigranl at Van- couver's Slonley Park zoo never gels off ihe ground but is capable of tearing a man apart with his claws. lest site workers WASHINGTON (CPJ The! U.S. .Uoniic Energy Commis-1 p.'iy.s iL has laid off more: Ihnn one-third of iis workers at j I IIP nuclear lest site at Am- chilka Island in Alaska. An AEC spoke s m an con- firmed Lhe cut, of about 300 ol ihe 780 workers for at least three weeks after Scnalor Mike Gravel announced it this week. The AEC, however, disagreed uil.li speculation made by an aide of the Alaska Democrat that the layoffs could indicate (he administration is consider- ing postponing a controversial nuclear lest. The agency said it e.xpccls lo he ready for the test sometime in Oclnber "if the required ap- proval is received.1' The proposed five megaton lest (o check out anLi-mistile warheads has been under fire in Canada and Japan. CANADA OPPOSED The Canadian and Japanese Rovernmenls have expressed their opposition to the test along with private groups and some conservationists. The names of protesters will be in the hands of Presi- dent Nixon today, the Cana- dian Coalition to Slop the Am- chitka Bomb said Monday night in Vancouver. Coalition co ordinalnr Lois Buyce said this brought the total lo names in Ihree days in Hie coalition's tele- gram a day campaign urging In vein (he lost, i Names arc hoing colluded; throughout British Columbia. McamUiile. Senator Gravel; released a report made, by the AEC after a 19G3 atomic test at Amchilka which recommended that some U.S. government agency try to learn the motiva- tion for the "hysterical anti-test campaign in British Columbia and other parts of Canada.'1 The report said the study o[ Canadian opinion should be made "as a means of judging whether similar opposit i o n is likclv in the. fiilure and perhaps lo find moans l.o counteract such opposition." QUESTIONS J'lMlTI'STS The rc'poil added: "A study might reveal how the protests were inspired or fi- nanced: hy v.-hom; whether they resulted from a generally anli- U.S. attitude; or were centred entirely on AEC." Gravel said the report ''con-- firms my worst suspicions about the dangerous attitude within; the agency, which discounts all; legitimate criticism of its pro-1 An AEC spokesman said (he i report represented the views o{ i one man, who had since retired, j It also said Ihe recommenda- tions had not been acted upon. sy OTTAWA (CP) The Green- peace mission lo protest a pro- posed U.S. nuclear lest off Alaska doesn't have Prime Min- ister Trudeau's endorsement, but obviously has his sympathy. Mr. Trudeau's office released the- text of a radio message here that it had tried to relav Firestone splits slock AKRON, Ohio fAP) Share- ho'ders of Uie Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. approved a tuo-for-one split of the com- pany's common stock today and an increase in the number of authorized shares lo 120 million from CO millicn. The .stock spirt, would become effective Oct. 12, the record data for the issuance of addi- tional sharrs which are ex- pected to he delivered about Nov. 6 Tlir company adviserl .share- holders lo iTlnin stock certificates because cert if l- cate.s would he issued only for Ihe addiliona] share rc.iullinn fmm the spll. In a separate aclion, the Fire- slune hoard of directors de- clared a quarterly dividend of 'Hi cents a share on common .shirk oulslanduiR prior lo splil, pa.vable. (Inf. 20 lo holders of record Ocl. 5. to the I" persons aboard the halibut boat on Saturday. The mission, includes scientists and ccologisls. reported headed for the Gulf of Alaska Sunday, towards Am- chilka Island where (he U.S. Atomic [Cncr.cv Commission plans to detonate a five-mega- lon nuclear device during Octo- ber. Mr. Tru dean's message, which the ship couldn't pick up Saturday because of bad weather conditions, said "there can he no mistake a.s lo the deplh of Canadian public con- cern" over the proposed test. T h e Canadian government had informed Ihe 1J.S govern- ment that it could not agree with the proposed testing and believed lhal "all such Icsls should be hailed." The message said Ihe pro- posed underground lest in Ihe Aleutian Islands had been Ihe subject of numerous consulta- tions between Ihe Canadian and U..S. governments. "I havo reasons to believe (hat the U.S. adminisiration is fully aware of our views." Ben llelcalfc, spokesman for Ihe crew of the mission aboard Canadian halibul boal Phyl- lis Cormack, said Sunday be wanted lo know if 11r. "Tru- deau's message had coiislilulcd recognition of Ihe purpose of the mission. Tlie message made no men- tion of dired support for the missi'in itself or Trudeau's Ihouiihls on its advisnbiliiy. 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