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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New oil policy support urged CALGARY Albertans join the mainstream of political and social aspiration to support the prime minister's new national oil says Calgary Liberal Senator Earl Hastings. He said in an interview here during the weekend that he was angered by the insensitive and short-sighted attitude to Canada's shown by oil industry spokesmen. prime minister has set a national objective of self- sufficiency in energy for Canada by 1980. That's a worthy objective for all of Canada and not including the oil has raised a valid .objection or alternative to Senator Hastings said Canadians must remember that interests of the multi-national major oil cor- porations and the interests of Canada aren't necessarily the National oil policy will be made not in Tulsa and he added. He said ihe Conservative party's accusation that the Liberal Party adopted the NDP policy to survive in Ot- tawa is policy is the total nationalization of the oil in- dustry. What we are ad- vocating is simple energy self- not the multi- national the in the Senator Hastings said. have oil reserves they want and need. Even Presi- dent Nixon has commented that he'd drive a hard like our government if he were in our They gave Grace Lethbridge___ 1.00 S. A. Box Bow Alber- ta 1.00 Dee and Lethbridge 2.00 Robert Lethbridge 2.00 Lethbridge...... 2.00 Clifford Lethbridge 2.00 Milk River....... 2.00 Shaughnessy 2.00 Horacp P. Lundbreck................... 2.06 Mrs. Edith Enchant___ 3.00 We Care Too B.C. 3.00 Marvin Torne and Sons Grassy Lake........................ 3.00 Lelhbndge...... 5.00 Anonymous. Lethbridge...... 5.00 R. Lethbridge......... 5.00 Lethbridge...... 5.00 Lethbridge...... 5.00 Blairmore......5.00 Mrs. Mary Pincher Creek....................... 5.00 Ernest Medicine Hat 5.00 Coaldale........ 5.00 Dorothy A. Del Bonita David Coleman...... 5.00 Bert Raymond 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Foremost 5.00 Roy W. Cardston....... 5.00 Edmund Van Gool. Fort Macleod 5.00 Anton and Helen Purple Springs 5 00 Fred Williams Granum 5.00 Gerhart Vos Granum 5.00 Jim and Clarence Vox. Granum 6.27 Office and Factory Employees Bendix Homes Systems Ltd...................... 7.70 Mr. E. Hillcrest ..800 Lelhbridge 10.00 In memory of my dear departed Tommy Arbuchle 10.00 Agnes A. Granum 10.00 J. Vauxhall 10.00 Warner 10.00 Staff of Barton Motors Ltd. Coffee Picture Butte 10.00 Granum Christian Reformed Ladies Box Granum......... 10.00 Taber.......... 10.00 Edith Cranbrook 10.00 Robbie. Kevin and Pincher Creek 10.00 C. H. Lethbridge 10.00 Mrs. Helen Lethbridge 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Lethbridge 10.00 Fort Macleod 11.00 In memory of Agens Kane The Picture Butte......... 12.00 Anonymous. Coaldale....... 12.00 Anonymous. Coaldale....... 12.00 Good Lethbridge...... 13.00 Blue Star Homes Lethbridge 15.00 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milk Mr. and Mrs. J. Lethbridge 20.00 Mr. and Mrs. D. Coleman 20.00 Kinette Club of Vaux- hall 20.00 Mr and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and Mrs. Mary B.C.'20.00 The Picture Butte Handicraft Piclure Butte 20.00 C.P. Rail Office Customer Ser- vice Centre. Lethbridge 25.00 Elizabeth Lethbridge 25.00 A M Lethbridge 25.00 Lethbridge..... 25.00 Pincher Creek 25.00 L. E. Fort Macleod 25.00 3H Class of Assumption Lethbridge 27.25 In memory of Thomas Forth The Frank Forth Families 30.00 The Picture Butte 30.00 Lethbridge..... 50.00 Willing Helpers Coaldale 58.00 Laboratory Southern Alberta Regional Hospitals Laboratory 100.00 W2.28 Tolul SS.m.Hi GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE WEDNESD i V SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 48 35 Pincher Creek 44 35 Medicine Hat 48 27 Edmonton 29 24 Grande Prairie 30 13 11 Banff........... 28 26 Calgary......... 48 27 Victoria 43 42 .80 Penticton....... 37 26 Prince George 34 26 .16 Kamloops....... 39 34 .04 Vancouver...... 47 44 1.07 Lethbridge Medicim Hat Cloudy periods. Highs near 40. Low near 20. Mainly cloudy. Highs 30-35. Calgary Mainly cloudy. Highs 35-40. Lows 15- 20. Periods of light snow. Winds N15-20 over- night. High 20-25. Columbia Kootenay Region Cloudy. Snow oc- casionally mixed with rain Wednesday mainly cloudy. Highs today and Wednesday near 32 lows tonight in the low 20s. MONTANA East of Continental with few snow showers western mountains late today and Wednesday. Cooler Wednesday except colder with scattered snow northeast Wednesday. Gusty southwest winds along the east slopes today. Highs today 45 to 55 except 35 to 40 northeast. Lows tonight 25 to 35 west and south 15 to 25 northeast. Highs Wednesday 35 to 45 except 20s northeast. West of Continental Divide Cloudy today and Wednes- day with occasional rain or snow this afternoon and tonight decreasing Wednesday. Highs both days 30s. Lows tonight 20s. ROCK-0-MATIC The ideal rock picker to pick and small rocks P.T.O. driven for better performance High lift to unload into trucks on some models. Available now at... General Farm Supplies Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Rash of suicides hits peaceful city Canadian pilot freed from Tanzanian prison BAR ES SALAAM A Canadian pilot has been released from the Tanzanian prison where he spent the last lOVz and hopes to leave the country soon. Thomas a native of St. was released from prison Sunday and was in good Cana- dian high commission officials said today. Peter of Ireland also was released. They were at Dar es Salaam airport today arranging maintenance and minor repairs to Serjeant's Swedish- registered plane before leav- ing the country. The two men pleaded guilty Friday to charges of attempting to leave Tanzania without presenting themselves to an im- migration but receiv- ed absolute discharges in view Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway 9 a.m. to 6 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to Wild Horse 8a.m. to 5 Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. Logan Pass closed. Bus driver strike in third week EDMONTON The strike of 680 city bus drivers and garagemen passed the IVz-week mark Monday with no settlement in sight between the city and the amalgamated transit workers union. The strike started Nov. 29 and city residents have been using car pools and thumbs to get to work. Traffic conges- tion in the downtown area has been a regular scene since the start of the transit disruption. The workers say they want wage parity with Vancouver workers and the last talks' beteeen the union and the city were held one weed ago. No new meetings have been scheduled. The union has announced it will publish a position paper later this week. The latest offer by the city was a wage level of an hour to be reached over a 25- month contract. The union wants the same wage level reached on a 24-month contract. The top rate for employees of the owned and operated by the now is an hour. Generally mild weather since the advent of the which tied up some 352 has aided the adjustment by citizens. It is the first strike by tran- sit workers during winter months. There were two previous transit both in the summer in 1919 in the days of street cars and in 1969 when the walkout lasted 15 days. Britain bans small-plane joyriding LONDON Bri- tain today ordered a 17-per- cent cut in fuel for airlines and banned small- plane joyriding on Sundays. The moves were announced in Parliament by aviation Minister Michael Heseltine as the latest instalment of the British government's economy drive to meet the Arab oil squeeze. Heseltine said all cargo and coastal shipping will get prior- ity fuel. Other vessels will have to bear the burden of the overall 10-per-cent cut of the time they had already spent in prison. They were arrested Sept. 26 after airport officials became suspicious of a flight plan they had filed stating their destina- tion after leaving Tanzania as the state prosecutor told a Dar es Salaam magis- trate Friday. The officials believed they really intended to fly to Portu- guese-ruled or- dered them to and had them arrested when they the prosecutor said. Tanzania is one of the leading opponents of Por- tugal's presence in and gives active support to nationalist guerrillas fighting the Portuguese in Mo- zambique. The Canadian officials said the two men's release was un- but they still need to recover their passports and other papers from the Tan- zanian authorities before leav- ing. they are stay- ing with a high commission official. The officials said Serjeant and his passenger have not yet decided on where to go when they leave Tanzania. At the time of their they were heading for South Africa. Progressing Five new additions to the Stanek family of are shown on their arrival home from hospital. John Stanek gets a cuttle from his mother Edna Stanek as to Jeffrey and Nathan wait their turn. The babies were born Sept. at the Colorado General hospital. Calif. a peaceful city in the heart of the San Joaquin is suffering from a rash of many of them teen-agers. The situation in Madera broke into the headlines when two high school freshmen died in what police described as a suicide pact in late November. Investigators said Greg 15. fired the shot that killed Mark then turned the gun on himself. Less than three months ear- Metzger's brother Robert. took his own life in the mistaken belief that he killed his mother during an argument. Two days after the suicide pact. Billy turned a pistol on himself in his girl-friend's apartment. On Dec. Robert Arispe shot himself. LIST GROWS The list is seemingly endless for a city with only about Paul despondent over an hanged himself Sept. 25. Arthur hanged himself April 15. And Robert Ander- took an overdose of drugs Sept. 4. And in nearby Down took a drug overdose Oct. 19 and Bet- ty did the same Feb. 16. In Madera County had only three suicides. This the count is with half of them teen-agers. TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of TUMS Take gentle-acting Nature's M is an all-vegetable laxative. For over 70 Nt has been giving folks effective relief overnight. Nt tonight... tomorrow PLEASE In our ad that appeared in the Southern Alberta Business Sampler it stated that tapes were in- cluded with any Muntz Stereo purchase. This should have read tapes included with the purchase of any ar or home stereo with coupon presented at time of purchase. We are sorry for any inconvenience Bernie's Stereo Centre Ltd. 1706 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-0966 TOP MARKET PRICES FOR RAW FURS SLUTKER FUR HIDE CO. across the street 101st. 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