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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE HSr IS, 1972 gy resources policy I Alberta faces critical decisions EDMON i Pete c'eetina rV--n---i- TON' ''C? ritic-l re- ererev resources 10 years ago your business, ma new ar.d 10 -.ears from Pre- face the- real possibility o! al- "id at a ten-alive er.ersv sources." tr.e Edrr.octon Future energy policy wss of vital cor.ce-a '.o Alberts -It v-1'.: ha-.e an impact on n matter how trust [o: the people of the prov- reraotc it may appear to be ir.ce by the government. from the oil ar.d aas urinary., The province is determir.- Corrmerce. Hpwid the rharr.rer AJcerta had r.o fcr Hc outlined four of governinent economic strat- i esy: That ovrr.ersoip oi pro- vincial resources are held in not to sell value. resources at BARRIER t- ct ire Cclccry Zoo, inveod of i'e species i-n- to CD wir.tSr, sharping Hs teelh .n lien c: sorl-g. C- rrcyke r? pJi; trying ro government w a n t s i more for Albertars from re- developmi-nt, not only in the form of equity but in ex- tracting. purchasing and lover cost of energy resources. Energy resources will tx? j used as a lever in demanding ir. proved transportation poli- j cies for of Albena j. Major decisions must be made in resard lo royalties. public participation and envir- or.rr.estal en the p-o- posed SoVJ million de-, i '.Hopment at the Athabasca Oil Sar.ds, said the premier. i Gas royalties certainly are i up. he said. a mat- j 't- o'" as-ressing how far.'1 I'HASE ONE j Tr.-3 premier said phase one o; the goveramerX's plan for Al'rjer.a social refonn ann j legislation related to senior ci- lizers. meritii health, mra! pov- i and reorganisation i has been completed. i He anticipated that hy May. the v.iii i.'.trociuceii new property i ar.ce bills to viroamentai issues r. e aU-important question w i pC'licy.'1 He expressed corjcem he- cause 'cabinet) ar.d myself have iff. been !y as accessible as ar.d promised a change '.ten the third phase. i is reached. It be a time for cor.- solidating has been dor-e. He reiterated that Alberta has Sees fighl in trade Heath ivarns west nations PM HEATH OTTAWA 'CP British Prime Minister Edward Heath has warned that Western na- tions will "just tear each other apart1' unless they short out their trade differences. "We shall cut each other's; he said in an interview taped for the CBC television program Encounter broadcast, Thursday night. "There will fce the develop- ment of protectionism and this weaken the security of, the i world as well." Mr. Heath said the economic future of the VTesU-rn v.orld de- pends on three large trade blocs: the European Common cut throats Market, the United States -Icpsn. Britain becomes a rnem- rx-r of the European group Jan.' 1, Their ta'-k b to v.ork out in- i ternational trading arrange-' nv.nU that are 'agreeable to all of us, and in we can all share, including "L'nles? really do that- arid it will require a political a-, 'Aell as ex- ptrtlw; we shall just tear each other apart.'1 Mr. Heath derJcd that the F.u- ropr-an Economic Community v, hic-h Britain is about to join is inward-looking. Its external trade had increased much fas- ter than that of the L'nited Slates, and ''I would think much faster than that of Can- arJa. Among the developed nations, France devoted the largest pro- portion of its gross national product to aid for developing countries, with Britain and the Netherlands vying for second place. The v.hole commu- nity provides much more for the Thi.-d World than either Ja- pen or the United States, said Mr. Heath. It doesn't help to get Eurrjne into a good negotiating mood to accusations agai.iv. i', v. riich aren't in any way justifiable.'1 Lister referendum set tor March 8 Uie a bk of an riUr. in western Canada There NDP 'ji in Manixoca. Sssicat jj-yj Bricsn Columbia. -id OTA vord -sti imed, up his views of soci is T'li ater, rje reporters ".vsd ir. thoM area.? vh e ,rO zotd to be Nurses idH test four-day week chamber to cor specific fr-L- same T-r -I If f r D I---. O cDMO.- '.r r'- ..'Jjr.T.'j... r: of of :'V-r ir. a rr_er_J sor.'.e Uraverslty and v-... '.avo is a of tere L-. March. isolate A ;s.n -co.ME OFr-SKASON11 ezt.-emuts m tr.e pro-, ir.te, v.r.ere tr.e hy Filled for O vriii CXOlic aililliul w-i. :or ir.j an a a to R V. P.cad to cf.iy iicer.y.- frorr. the provir.cral i' His v.65 cor.r.scaterf by tr.e ar.d is .n Z'-jO snirr.a! tiv; U holiday menu (or soldiers 'CP) T_-y of Car.adia.-.; L-. _. the worM csri to the same riirjvw this- as they i deferxe did even s uv: the date is differ- or.oi agair. eaoh made up of sesled iterrc. iLTiey. r.'.issd r.'.-s, olives, r.'.apie syrup ar_d Christmas to tmall tearf.; in Is- and places, mainly in the e------- i part of trx; world, have beer made for the lart eight year hy the LAST CHANCE STOCK COW AND BRED HEIFER SALE FOR 1972 TUESDAY, DEC. 19lh of Noon KIILAM MARKET CROSSROADS Of 13 AMD 36 1500 HEAD EXPECTED 200 1 .000 lot. Angus od bulli brerf fft fO? THIS AUCTION EE MBGHAHCY TE5IEO SOLD IM IOT5 TO SUIT Fir r information cfl oyctlon Phone Carnrose 672-2114 or KiMam 385-3976 AUCTIONEERS OTTO STfcEBERO DSMNJS S7REEERG 010097 Charge Card for oil your Christmas Shopping! Give your home a gift this Christmas! 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