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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 1973 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-21 Canada bridge in alliance Picking up his prize U.S. Secretary of State Henry receives his Nobel Peace Prize from Thomas U.S. Ambassador to in London Wednesday. who won the prize jointly with Le Due Tho of North Vietnam for endeavoring to reach a Vietnam war peace was unable to attend the award ceremony in Oslo Monday. Policy splits Canada claims Tory leader HALIFAX The Trudeau government has pro- claimed a and unrea- listic petroleum that creates regional Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield said Wednesday. policy that divides the MCMUI EHOI OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO country between those who enjoy advantages and those who are left to suffer disad- vantages sooner or later brings a price for price of disparity and discrimination is the Progressive Conservative leader told a news conference during a visit to his home rid- ing Mr Stanfield said there will be Canadians this winter who not only would have difficulty finding heating but would also have trouble paying for it. government along with any other questions which it is not obliged to resolve in the interests of its own left the matter to the provinces SEES TWO CANADAS The economic consequences are two Canadas for and Mr. Stan- held said. the purposes of political Mr. Trudeau calls this a national energy Mr. Stanfield said the whole energy question is that it is not a matter of supp- ly in this but how the supply can be distributed. The solution to the problem was a gradual phasing of prices of western Canadian crude oil to the level of inter- national with some aid from the federal he said. pipeline to Montreal might help solve half the problem being faced by Eastern Canada and would provide a secure But he emphasized that it would be some time before a pipeline could be completed to meet the needs. Asked if the supply of oil in the East would be significant- ly affected by the start-up of a refinery at Mr. Stanfield said only that the expected production of barrels a day would most certainly make a differ- ence in the availability of oil products in the East. REFINERY TO OPEN SOON Thp Come-By-Chance re- built hy John Shaheen of New is to be operated by the Newfoundland Refining Co. It was expected to be in operation next week. Mr. Stanfield said he did not agree with the policy of a price freeze on but said he did agree that if controls were placed on oil the changes in prices should be made in an orderly manner. He said he was most con- cerned with the terms of reference of a National Petroleum Corp. proposed by Prime Minister Trudeau. WINNERS OF HAWAIIAN TRIP Mr.Peter General Manager of Towne Country Furniture is shown presenting Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grant of with two tickets to Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Grant won the two week trip in the recent 'Hawaiian Holiday' promotion sponsored by Towne Country Furniture. The draw was made November 30th at p.m. in the Towne Country BRUSSELS NATO Secretary-General Joseph praising Canada as an bridge between America and says Final exams may be banned SASKATOON A committee on examination procedures has recommended that University of Saskatchewan students not be required to write final ex- aminations in the future. Committee Prof. J. F. today said final exams can be an unfair way of evaluating par- ticularly in courses split into sections because of high enrolment. the dangers Ottawa might be left out of alliance dealings between Washington and Common Market countries are far less than might appear from superficial analysis. Citing rather special position of Canada in the al- Luns said has a greater affinity with Europe than does the United States and it's not so over- poweringly Very often Canada is able to it shares to smooth over the differences of approach between North America and he said in an inter- view Wednesday. During the NATO foreign ministers' meeting earlier this week. External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp cautioned his colleagues against trying to settle differences over such issues as the Middle East a bi- polar between the U.S. and the Common Market members. In his Luns said that dangers are far less great than might be seen Luns. former foreign minister of the said for one no political unity in Europe and will take some the NATO council of ministers had shown itself to be a good means for consultation and co- ordination of policies. If Canada at any time felt left out of alliance con- sultations between America and the Common it would not be alone because Turkey and Portugal would be the same Offering his interpretation of U.S. views on bi- polarization. Luns United States doesn't now give any indication that it wants to go that way. The pre- sent United States gov- ernment is very much aware of the possible dangers inherent in the fiction that Europe is the By the he meant the group of Common Market countries in NATO. The ninth Community member. doesn't belong to NATO. Surveying Canada's current contributions to Luns cited the presence of Cana- dian troops in Europe. this physical pres- ence is much it still has more than symbolical he said. He praised Canada's at both the ministerial and permanent- official levels of NATO Keep Christ in Christmas by Knights of Columbur It's DUNLOP FORD'S You'll Save Hundreds of Dollars if you buy before Year-End. Our auditors have demanded a sharp reduction in our total inventory before December 31stl New used demon- strators as well as light and heavy trucks all on sale until December 31st. Stock No. 1276 Brand 1974 TORINO 2 DOOR HARDTOP Ginger glow in V8 W.W. H.D. color keyed mirrors SAVE HUNDREDS ideas. LEFTOVER 73 Slock No. 1099 1974 Ford Custom 500 2 Door Hardtop V8 p.b.. H D rear delogger. Many other Ford better ideas SAVE HUNDREDSl Stock No. 466 1973 FORD CUSTOM 500 p p radio. A real sharp unit at a big saving A AS LOW AS........... Stock No. 900 1973 TORINO 2 DOOR HARDTOP Red in floor mats. 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