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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta W.dnt.duy, S.pttmbsr 27, 1772 TKc UTHMIDGI HIUID 43 Forbidden to publish Hess book WEST BERLIN (Reuter) The former American governor of Iho four-power war crimes prison at Spandau has been for- bidden to publish a book he compiled in collaboration with ths prison's only prisoner, Hit- ler's deputy Rudolf Hess, a U.S. official said Monday. A .spokesman for the U.S. mission here said Col. Eugene Bird, who retired last April, had prepared a manuscript on Spandau on information avail- able to him as a prison official. "This manuscript came to the attention of U.S. authorities who could not authorize its pub- lication because such release would violate regulations cov- ering service in the the spokesman said. EXPANSION SUGGESTED Petrochemical plants, such as the one above in Que- bec, will be a more common sight in Western Canada if recommendations by the Great Plains Committee are carried out. Project chairman 'Dr. Verne Atrill says the West has a large supply of cheap energy, the cheapest in Canada and perhaps the world. Upon the chemical content of natural gas would be based an expanded petrochemical in- duslry as a source of feed for cattle, for pla siicizing of paper and as a supplier for agriculture in general. Above right, Dr. Atrill points to map during planning session of the Great Plains Project in Toronto. Some of the best minds in Canada ore in- volved in the project, tackling a problem posed by Prime Minister TrLideau; expansion and development of a country that has no place to go but north. SIMPSONS Buy the woman you love a magnificent ouy ine wumuii yuu HH diamond ring and light up her sky! appraised value At Simpsons-Seajs you'll find so many to chocsG from. Each one at 40% off I he appraised value. 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Telephone 328-9731 Legendary cowboy is far from dead JULES CUT, Mont. (AP) The cowboy is known as a range ride: here in "the biggest little cow town on and he is far from a vanished fig- ure. He may ride to work in a pickup truck or, on occasion, a' helicopter. Instead of or a month and found, he now may draw or more, plus his cookies and a place to sling his bedroll. But he is still at home on the back of a horse, tba work can be every bit as dangerous as it was In the frontier past, and his shop talk is as colorful as that of any other occupation. Some of the range rider's pic- turesque terms have been col- lected in Cowboy Slang, by Edgar R. Potter, Montana histo- rian. It is a language marked by variety, vivid expletives, and exaggerated comparisons. For example, the range rider had at least 40 different wovds to characterize liis horse. He called it everything from "bang- "boneyard, "broomtail" "Gut twister" and to "Usin' horse" and "Wringtail." 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