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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Political smell chare hurled EDMONTON (CP) A re- port on Alberta's financial po- sition "has a political smell lo James Henderson' Social Credit finance spokesman, said here. The report confirms his party's statements on just how much of a surplus the province does have, said Mr. Henderson, former environment minister Wfeight Watchers' program. Three program in one to help YOU lose weight and keep it off! St. Augustine's Anglican Church 11 th Street 4th Avenue S. p.m. p.m. Taber Civic Centre Thursday p.m. Cardston United Church Wednesdays p.m. Weight Wotchtrt in Alberto donating to the Alberta Heart Association 5c for every Ib. their members lose during February. This week members lost Ibs.) WATCHERS and MLA for Wetaskiwin- Lcduc. "it is a flagrant waste of the taxpayers' money to pay 000 to have someone come in and explain the public accounts to Premier Peter Lougheed." RESERVES ESTIMATED The prepared by the firm of Tcuche floss and Co.. of Montreal, was released Thursday and estimated the province should have reserves of million by the end of March. The Social Credit party hnd said it left the Conservative government, which look office late last summer, reserves of about million. Party spo- kesman said this figure was based on estimates by Provin- cial Auditor C. K. Huekvalc. The difference in the figures, said the report, cams on "ad- justments" through inclusion of debts in the form of debentures issues by the universities com- mission, provincially-o w n e d hospitsls and the Alberta He- sources Railway. These were guaranteed by ihe province bul C7 were not considered rMA'i im Mr. Muckvale's method of cal- di-r this current provine.al an- public accounts, dillng system. Mr. Hur.-kvale said in L.I In- Mr lieiKlcrson .said tl.i en- that he disagrees with tire wcs tiimvl at the form of the report. It did tin- M hydcction in n'-t the total assets HIT wliich the and liabilities of all crown cor- hoards and commis- The i rt' he said, attacked !.iwis. Oddities in the News SALESMAN OF THE MONTH MELBA HEPPLER HAY REAITY tTD. is pleased to announce that Melba Hep- pier hai won the Salesman of the Month Award present- ed by the tethbridge Real Estate Board for the month of January 1972. Melba is al- ways ready to assist you with your Real Estate needs whether it be selling, buying or trading. LONDON (Ileuler) I'sy- chiatrist Howard Book has discovered a simple way to tell whether people are sexy at their noses. People with big noses are considered better lovers than those with small noses, he writes in the British doctors' newspaper Pulse. Dr. Book, who has studied the subject, also says your nose gets warmer and often becomes red and flushed CNR advised not to buy Alta. rail EDMONTON (CP) Cur- rent revenues from operation of the 234-mile Alberta Re- sources Railway are insuffi- cient to meet operating costs and the CNR will not find it economically feasible to pur- chase the line, a Montreal firm of chartered accountants says. Touehe Ross and Co., in a re- view of Alberta's financial po- sition commissioned last No- vember by the Progressive Conservative government, said the province's investment of million in the railway is not a "self- supporting asset and. in our opinion' will not be in the forseeable fuuture." The line, which links the CNH's mainline at Solomon with Grande Prairie on the northern Alberta railway, was constructed by the CNR under an agreement with the prov- ince and was opened in 1969. The province-railway agree- ment, signed in 19C5, provided an option for the CNR to pur- chase the line. The original cost was estimated at million tot construction. you are making love. But. he warns that if you worry about the size of your nose, you could have a sex. problem. Of 20 men asking for plastic surgery, 12 wanted their noses in all of them a sexual conflict was Dr. Book said. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) After Charles Ward bought worth of clothing last month, he told the court in a damage suit, he re- ceived a bundle of trouble. The 31-year-old airport porter told Superior Court yesterday t h a t a salesman from the store sent him a fol- low-up postcard saying he'd enjoy serving "you and Mrs. Ward." Ward, who insisted he wsa alone when he shopped, said his wife of 11 years, Louanna, hit the ceiling, accused him of shopping with another woman, hurled objects snd 'adjectives inconsistent with legal decorum" and or- dered him out of the home. He is suirig the store. Ward, who Insisted he was any forthconraig ruling in his favor would restore the irate Louanna's faith in him and invite him once again "to her confidence and the bosom of my family" at their home. Oil royalties decision important RED DEER (CP) The provincial government's de- cisicn on oil royalties next month will be the mast impor- tant of this decade, says Grant Notlcy, Alberta New Democra- tic Party Leader. The 10 year contract with oil companies comes up for re- negotiation in March. An increase in Alberta's royalties is unlikely without substantial public pressure on tlie government, Mr. Notley told a public meeting. If royalties were doubled, about ?WO million a year could be added to the provincial trea- sury, he said. Over the next decade the deal would be worth about ?2 billion. AGREE ON' FISHERIES WASHINGTON (Reuter) The United States has reached agreement with Denmark to curtail salmon fishing off west Greenland, gradually ending the high seas catch by 1975. Den- mark takes most of the esti- mated tons of salmon caught in the west half of the Atlantic every year. You and your domestic "power hour" Look at the difference 21 years made to the cost of putting the tan on your toast i I HEW. .thatlittla gem that would roast your toast if you failed to pay attention? In 1951 the power to burn your morning toast cost you This space-age baby makes perfect toast, every time. Just dial the shade you like best, and go pourthe coffee. In 1972, you are toastmas- ter of the day for a power cost of only Iff 9.50 V a month. V a month. Despite continually Increasing costs, the price of electricity is far less than 21 years ago. CALGARY POWER Salurday, Tebruary 56, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 Demand Chretien resign EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta's Indian chiefs have de- manded the resignation of In- dian Affairs Minisler Jean Chre- tien. In a telegram to Prime Minis- ter Trudeau, the clu'efs said Thursday they are "concerned that the minister was not tailing his duties seriously." They said responsibility for bolh Indian af- fairs and northern development Mentioned TAEER (HNS) Taber town council has received a telegram from Alberta Fire Commission- er Austin E. Bridges of Ed- monton congratulating the Ta- ber Fire Department for re- ceiving honorable mention in the National Fire Protection Association's annual competi- tion. was too much for the minister. The telegram was composed during a meeting called by the Indian Association of Alberta. Thirty-eight of the province's 44 chiefs attended. Mr. Chretien was accused of ignoring a boycott at the Cold Lake reserve school in north- eastern Alberta. Students have been kept from classes to pro- test condition1; on the reserve and government plans to inte- grate Indian students into schools. Members of UK reserve also are occupying the regional In- dian affairs' offices on the top floor of the 27-storey CN tower in downtown Edmonton. They have been there since Oct. 28, 1971. CURRIE'S FINE FOODS ICItTC OPEN 7 DAYS ICHIt) A WEEK and A.M. TO P.M. presh 1516 9lh Ave- s- BETWEEN THE TWO Produce HOSPITALS Monday, February 21th ami Friday March 3rdareW, nights Spaciat Children, M LIVE LIFE THE WAY YOU WANT IT TO BE One of the nicest prizes you could win is good old-fashioned money. Lots of it. Because cold hard cash can become the warm security of a large bank account, the comfort of a new home and all the pleasure of travelling. With enough money you can start your own business, or even retire. Now there's, a quarter-of-a-million dollars- tip 'for grabs in the Canadian Derby Sweepstake. The day of the big race is August 12th: Trial's when our major award, or one of thirty- nine- other cash prizes, could come your way. But before that date you have a chance to win part of Because this year there are four Early Bird Draws. That means you have a chance to win up to on March 21st, April ISth, May 16th and June 20th. FOUR EARLY BIRD DRAWS Twenty cash prizes each time. Two First Prizes of Two Second Prizes of..............._..___....._ Two Third Prizes of..................................._ Plus fourteen consolation prizes totalling .__ DERBY DAY DRAWS First Prize Second Third Prize Fourth Fifth Prize Plus thirty-five consolation prizes totalling? Winning tickets on each of the four occasions are eligible lor all remaining draws. DO IT NOW Yes t a like to write my own ticket. Please send me-................tickets at per tickf-t. Enclosed is my remittanrr: (either cheque or money order) made payable to the 1972 CANADIAN DERBY SWtEPSTAKE. Just for the fun of it get a Ticket. Buy one from a friend in a community-benefit organization. Or fill out the coupon and mail to; 1972 CANADIAN DERBY SWEEPSTAKE P.O. BOX 1480, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada ;