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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 25, 19.4 Conference to study birth control OTTAWA (CP) The world rill have to double human -ottlements in the next 30 "ears and will be looking to a Jnited Nations conference in Vancouver in 1976 for ,olutions to the urban created by this ex- ilosive growth, Enrique enalosa, conference -ecretary-general, said luesday Urban Affairs Minister ,arnett Danson said it will be ie task of a newly-appointed Canadian national committee drum up puibhc interest ind participation in the June. 1976 confeience A separate group, announced earlier this year, is already working on demonstration projects for the conference Mr Danson told a news conference that the com- mittee will be headed by Senator Sidney Buckwold, former Saskatoon mayor, and will include Claude Castonguay, former Quebec minister of social af- fairs Lloyd Axworthy, a Win- nipeg planner, Meyer Brown- stone, a University of Toronto political science professor, broadcasters Adrienne Clarkson and Johnny Yes-No, Toronto, Howard Paish, a Vancouver environmental specialist, and Guy Legault, a Montreal planner Mr Penalosa, who heads the Habitat conference organization, said he expects the gathering will open a Pan- dora's box of problems. He said a dramatic switch from a rural to an urban world cannot be reversed Popula- tion is bound to grow enor- mously and people are sure to flood into overcrowded cities This change, perhaps one of the most important in history, is creating major problems in housing, transportation and other services The Van- couver conference, which will attract about 5.000 delegates, journalists and other visitors irom around the world, is designed to present a variety of practical solutions to these issues, he said "Our demonstration pro- jects, if well chosen, can be the pilot models for the future But then the best of them must be duplicated a hundred-and thousand-fold around the world Dr Kenneth Hare, a University of Toronto professor who heads the demonstration project com- mittee, said that existing ef- forts like the federal winter warmth program of financial aid for native housing may be presented to the Habitat conference Mr Danson said the com- mittee is not looking for "some kooky thing that has been burning in some inven- tor's belly for a number of vears but for practical proposals Essential services resumed afier ICCS pays off debts SAIGON (Reuter) An American company resumed essential services Tuesday to the International Commission of Control and Supervision (ICCS) after beginning to withdraw them because of substantial debts owed by the lour-member body A spokesman for the Los Angeles-based Pacific Architects and Engineers Co (PAE) said the decision was taken after the ICCS paid a "good part" of the debts which sources said amounted to million He declined to give details The payment came after the South Vietnamese govern- ment paid the ICCS 8 the yearly amount due under the 1973 Pans peace agreements setting up the body PAE had already begun withdrawing such essential services as food and oil supplies to field teams and had begun laying off hundreds ol Vietnamese staff The Pacific spokesman said the services were resumed on a temporary basis, after ICCS assurances that the balance would be paid But commission sources said Tuesday that the Saigon contribution will not remove the longterm financial dif- ficulties of the ICCS, even though it resolved the im- mediate crisis and will keep it going 'for another or two WE HELP YOU... All L-Mart Meats Are Government Inspected And 100% Guaranteed to Satisfy GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE 'A' BEEF SIRLOIN GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE 'A' I T-BONE or CLUB WHITE SWAN ASSORTED COLORS BATHROOM TISSUE o WHITE SWAN ASSORTED COLORS FACIAL TISSUE o ZOO's pkg. Ib. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CHOICE ALBERTA POME PORK LOIN CHOPS Family Pack GOVERNMENT INSPECTED BURNS WHOLE, HALF or DID GUTS SIDE A BLEND OF FRESH JEEF and VEGETABLE PROTEIN NUTRIBURGER n. WHITE SWAN ASSORTED COLORS SERVIETTES 60's pkg. WHITE SWAN ASSORTED COLORS PAPER TOWELS 2 roll pkg. LIQUID JAVEX BLEACH 64 fl. oz. plastic LIPTON CHICKEN NOODLE 2's pkg. SOUP OATMEAL-COCONUT-CHOC. CHIP DIGESTIVE CHIP IN CHOC. BUTTERCUP DADS COOKIES 16 02. netwt. pkg. HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP 32 fl.oz. bottle pack %i 87 59 73 85 o o 0 c p Instant Coffee MAXIM 9 oz. net wt. jar BONUS PACK MOUTHWASH mull I nnnan ntu un BLUU COLGATE 100 QQ 12fl.oz. bottle ....................W PILLSBURY CRESCENT rlLLwBUni lM1K.wwkiii DINNER ROLLS 43 8oz.netwt.pkg 0 0 NABOB WAFFLE SYRUP 44fl.oz.jar KRAFT PEANUT BUTTER 48 fl.oz. tin OR BALLARDS-BEEF CHUNK OR LIVER AND BEEF CHUNK un Uicn nnu ununn DOG FOOD 14oz.netwt.tin KRAFT CRACKER BARREL MILD CHEESE 0 12oz. netwt.pkg. WINDOW CLEANER WINDEX 20 oz. bottle 55 LOBLAWS POWDERED DETERGENT 2 Ib. 8 oz. net wt. box FRESHER by PAR 601DEM RIPE BANANAS SUNKIST VALENCIA URGE SIZE ORANGES 0 ;