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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. LXVI 304 The LetHbridge Herald DECEMBER 1973 15 Centa 72 Pages Trudeau says he won't be pushed around VANCOUVER Prime Minister Trudeau brought the federal government's energy position to the west Friday and combined policy explanations with biting criticism of Alberta Premier Peter Loug- heed. Addressing 820 persons at a British Columbia Liberal par- ty Mr. Trudeau said he wanted to set the record straight in Western Canada following the government's energy policy statement in Ot- tawa Thursday. After calling Mr. Lougheed inadequate in international oil marketing and accusing him of reacting petulantly to the federal oil export the prime minister reiterated his hope that the federal and Alberta governments progress cooperatively toward an energy policy of benefit to all He told the dinner guests not in my interests to quarrel with provincial premiers but. as you it's not in my nature to be pushed around by them Mr. Trudeau said the new oil policy did not result from New Democratic Party demands but came from analysis of the federal green paper published in June. The prime minister said Friday night it is wishful thinking for NDP spokesmen to say the government bowed to that party's demands. The as well as the NDP and Mr. came under fire in his speech. Conservative leader Robert Stanfield has the haziest oil policy of Mr. Trudeau said. It changed from province to province and would allow oil companies to take uncontrolled windfall thus granting United States shareholders sub- stantial unearned dividends. On the other the NDP would deny the company any profits and thereby eliminate off-shore and Arctic oil ex- ploration and development of the Alberta oil Mr. Trudeau said. He accused the Alberta pre- mier and the oil companies of wanting to raise oil prices by as world prices rose above Canadian levels. Alberta showed no intention of acting to prevent windfall profits by U.S. companies try- ing to take advantage of the Canadian oil price the prime minister and its refusal for a time to discuss energy matters with Ottawa was first in the history of federal-provincial relations in Following introduction of the voluntary price Mr. Lougheed caught with his pants by mul- tinational oil companies seek- ing quick profits. Lewis wants big oil firm takeover EDMONTON One of the large multi-national oil companies operating in Canada may be taken over by the federal government if the New Democratic Party has its way. NDP leader David Lewis said Friday at least one of the major oil companies should be nationalized to form the basis of the national petroleum cor- poration that the government plans to set up early next year. He did not make clear how hard his party will press the issue in the Commons where it has functioned for nearly a year as the effective balance of power behind the minority Liberal government. But he said NDP will emphasize nationalization heavily when the next session of Parliament begins in late January or early in February. don't think a national pet- roleum corporation will be of as much value as it should be unless one or perhaps more of the integrated major multi- nationals is taken He said he does not know which of the companies would MOTION ANTI-CLIMA CTIC OTTAWA The Progressive Conser- vatives unveiled their non-confidence motion designed to topple the minority government Monday night. It was short and to the point. House has lost confidence in the government due to its inconsis- tent and vacillating energy which is bringing economic loss to Canada and hardship to the consuming But the motion was robbed of much of its impact even before it was made public late Friday-afternoon. The New Democratic Party has promised to support the government in the vote. Giving it an edge over the Conservatives. Standing in the 264-seat Liberal Conservative New Democrat Social Credit independent vacant one. Half billion starts Alia Energy Co. Turnstile diplomacy There are two sides to every story as U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger no doubt found out Friday. In the same day he met with Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Dayan and the new ambassador of Egypt to the United States Ashef Abdal Latif two of the implaccable foes in the continuing Mideast crisis. Both men met with Kissinger to outline their government's respective stands on the Mideast peace talks scheduled to begin in Geneva this month. Inside Classified Comics Comment District Family Local News Markets Religion Sports Theatres TV Weather LOW TONIGHT 30 HIGH SUN. GUSTY 27 truck oil transport scheme said unfeasible Egypt will attend Mideast peace talks CAIRO Deputy pre- mier Abdel Kader Hatem con- firmed today that Egypt will attend the Geneva peace conference later this month and announced three for the talks. In a policy statement before the Egyptian Ha- tem said Egypt will not tolerate Israeli will hold firm on demands that Israel withdraw trom all occupied Arab lands and restore stinian and will con- sider the Palestinians' partici- pation in the conference as a of legalizing their en- tity and an admission of their Hatem confirmed a state- ment by Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy two days ago that Egypt will attend the Geneva talks. But he warned that fin- gers will remain on the trigger and our eyes will be wide open at our deceptive our enemy and his deceptive we can- not put away our he said. Egypt previously warned that Israeli in ceasefire talks at Kilometre 101 on the Cairo- Suez road jeopardized the Geneva talks. But today he said de- spite the impasse in those which Egypt walked out of Nov. shall co- operate fully with the United holding fast to the guarantees given to us by the two The Suez front has remained tense with sporadic exchanges of gunfire between Egyptian four flareups were reported most of them at Ismaila near the halfway point of the 102-mile-long canal. In Israeli De- fence Minister Moshe Dayan said Friday that Israel will be in the Geneva conference. But he declined to promise an Israeli withdrawal from occupied territory. By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Even under the best of the government's proposed emergency overland rail and truck transportation scheme could not move more than a few thousand barrels a day of Alberta crude from Sarnia to Montreal this ac- cording to R. S. senior vice president of Imperial Oil Ltd. Energy Minister Donald Macdonald was mislead by someone in his department to believe and state publicly that rail tanker cars and trucks could move as much as to barrels a day of Alberta a National Energy Board official added in an interview. The who asked that his name not be just isn't Energy department of- ficials last week were saying the major oil-by-rail effort would be underway as soon as the St. Lawrence Seaway closes for the stopping movement of up to barrels a day of Alberta oil by tanker from Sarnia and Toronto to Montreal. The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority yesterday announc- ed the Kingston to Montreal Seaway would be kept open four days longer than ex- pected. It will now close Dec. 20 instead of Dec. allowing more oil to move by ship to Montreal. Mr. Ritchie in an interview yesterday explained that a combination of major logistics problems will pre- vent significant volumes of crude oil from being moved by rail before the Seaway opens up again next Mr. Ritchie and the National Energy Board of- ficial noted that all available rail oil tanker cars are being used to move refined petroleum products around the country. To divert oil cars to ship crude oil into Montreal would disrupt important oil product movements they said. would be robbing Peter to pay Mr. Ritchie said. They cited a shortage of which could have repercussions in other rail freight movements if an emergency oil movement is started. Perhaps most important and a factor mentioned by Energy Minister Macdonald in the Commons last week would be the need for several millions of dollars of new loading and unloading facilities. Ulster talks in third day England Anglo-Irish unity talks continued under tight security today as leaders grappled with such thorny issues as sovereignty over Northern Ireland and ex- tradition. It was the third day of the negotiations between British and Irish leaders on how to link British-controlled Northern Ireland and the Irish republic in a Council of Ireland. Prime Minister Edward Heath of one of the had said he hoped to have a deal com- pleted by Friday night but the talks adjourned with no sign of agreement. EDMONTON The Alberta Energy formed by the government to promote investment by Albertans in such provincial projects as the oil will have capital of the legislature was told Friday. This will be the largest capitalization for any com- pany ever incorporated in said Don min- ister of federal and inter- governmental affairs. The government is to pro- vide million of this with a matching million invested first by Al- bertans and secondly by other Canadians. Mr. Getty said that in ad- diion to previously-announced plans for the company to in- vest in the oil sands project of Syncrude Canada the firm will put money into the newly-created Pan-Alberta Gas Ltd. The energy company would have a one-third ownership in Pan-Alberta Gas Ltd. The energy company would have one-third ownership in which recently applied to the National Ener- gy Board for permission to export almost one trillion cubic feet of natural gas to California over a six-year period starting Nov. 1974. Mr. Getty said one-third of Pan-Alberta would be owned b1 Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. and one-third would sold on stock markets. The value of the energy company's participation was not announced. Formation of the energy company was announced by Premier Peter Lougheed Sept. but some details of plans for it were not released until Friday. Mr. Getty said legislation outlining the government's participation in the company will be introduced during the 1974 session of the legislature. The size of the initial offer- ing of shares is expected to be about million of which the Canadian public with Alber- tans getting first preference will be offered the minister said. The Alberta government will put up cash for the other half. The company has a struc- ture of 100 million shares. price of these shares will be determined in the light of market conditions and the value attributed to the com- pany's individual investment Mr. Getty said. price will also be in keeping with the objective of wide distribution of share ownership among residents of Unlike the National Energy announced Thursday by Prime Minister the Alberta Energy Co. will not compete with private industry in normal programs of ex- ploration and development for energy. Mr. Getty said. Arrangements were being made to have shares of the Alberta company listed on the Calgary Stock Exchange. An installment pure iase plan for a maxium numt ar of shares will be Mr. Getty said. Oil price decision 'in spring9 EDMONTON Premier Peter Lougheed reacted calmly Friday to Prime Minister Trudeau's sweeping new energy saying the Alberta govern- ment will decide early next year whether to respect the federal price freeze on crude oil. He told the legislature he was particularly sur- that Ottawa did not live up to its commitment to lift the price freeze Feb. 1 The premier said the prime minister's announcement of a continuation of the freeze and creation of a national petroleum corporation makes the legislation introduced this week by the provincial government that much more important in protecting the interests of Grant Notley. leader of the New Democratic asked Mr. Lougheed whether his government will respect the price freeze once the new Alberta legislation has been passed The premier replied that would be something we would assess in the early months of hav- ing regard to the condition that would exsist at that He told Mr Notley before continuation of the Alberta had planned to implement oil-price increases gradually after Feb. provid- ed the legislature passed new energy bills Protest spreads RED DEER Nurses and institutional aides at Alberta's mental care in- stitutions plan to take their protest against provincial government policy on ac- cumulation of statutory holidays to the legislature and government offices. A spokesman said off-duty nurses and aides will set up picket lines in front of the legislative building and at the John J. Bowlen Building. Seen and heard About town THREE-YEAR-OLD Car- rie Marshall asking her mother if mistletoe have feet. ACT OFFICIAL Mike Carnell telling Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce of- ficials he was them to support extended flat- rate calling. Fund reaches We're slowly filling of human kindness USC milk helps in the battle against malnutrition Nice going friendly We've got in the Cup of Milk Fund. It's a mystery how you do it. But it's a nice mystery. Keep us puzzled. Keep these donations coming. We hope to raise for the Unitarian Service Com- mittee of Canada. Dr. Lptta Hitschmanova has promised 1.3 carloads of powdered skim milk will be shipped to Bangladesh children. That's IF we reach our objective. Don't fail the hungry little children in Bangladesh. They're counting on the generosity of Canadians. Thanks a Warner Women's for your wonderful gift. It means so much. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Dekker of Monarch. Sure nice to hear from old friends. Let's keep the Cup of Milk Don't stop now We've got a big job ahead of us. Can we fill the cup of hu- man kindness this Christmas You bet we Keep those pennies and dollars coming. We won't miss the money. And they sure can use the milk. Thank so Netherlands Reformed Congregation of Lethbridge. We need friends like you. Really So many people are behind the Cup of Milk again this year Your donations are helping the USC to support orphaned and abandoned children. helping the USC -c wn a line of hungry lit- tle children in Bangladesh and pour some milk into each cup. One cupful of milk put in the hands of a Bangladesh child contains one of milk powder and six ounces of water. One dollar buys 33 cupfuls of Canada's Bangladesh is a new formerly East Pakistan. Its crowded people are ex- tremely yet determined and hopeful. With help from friends like Southern their hope is not for survival but for reasonable health. 'Encourage them. Help them Give yourself a Christ- mas the best present of the realization you did your small part to help. Write Cup of Lethbridge Herald. Hit of contributors see Page ;