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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETH35ICGE hc'JAtt) Wr'Jn-sJay Jcnv.-ary 17. 1975 Sen. Argue happy with achievement B? PAIL JACKSON lUT-ild Bureau 1 Ser-i-or Hazen [he friendly v! ra: Ub- iron is m ire :e-i ;-e.-ra Sen has what a one ;e: re Sen- e cr. sgri- He suc- ked Li COL-.; ;j las; year. year.- sisce or.e seems to why but is use fceres; o agrl- I'.ure. A Isrse of for'.y iiir too ihe n a bcoinir.g NJ-... v: ccurss. the Sos- ce-y embers c: :re have cir Q-.VH labels and al- cor.'; have :o have a eye or. the r-alc: bos. i: 5 rr.uch easier :or :o irrore ea', oi the metier as soon si Ore cf the f-j-jr. ihL-zs ire his in icoi into is the cueadcn of grsji hir.dlir.g ETC storage faciades a: West Coast. The Wef; Cease is expected to honoUe aboui fifty per cent, of grain ernvT'.s ana JUT ccnirci gees you're like :o op- Uks a at a; Churcidll, Man. In parricular re h-elif1' v.e leait tr.a: car h-e none a: Cr.-rchili is 10 see '-here are m-iuih facilides '-o VceD harbor PKP. as long as pcsiibie Ser Arrue'5 15 szn culture, from hi5 Fjr'iair.en: Hil: office he tries krep hL- e.'-e on Lh-e s-rcre ci5a5i-LO-coaft and en trends sri si'u- concerning the Weitern pm'VKes. >oar? sar> ths senator Jobless rate up of unemployed x TSJS increased by ue.OW or rer cent. month u? a post- v. a- peak cf 136.765. Hoviever. in terrrj. fr-'J "4 cer: :o the fourrh iuccsstive monthly de- crease. Introducing boconie a figure L-i some and even noto le -.vhen. after serving a scin na'aonal leader of the CCF prior to its name change to the DemiXTatic Pai'ty. he had cnanse of poliucal heart and crossed the Comment flco Jon federal LiLvniLf. ,-U j former socialisi MP. 5-ez. is probably ir j_n pocit.on to assess the ivr of harves: ihe ihird parcy uil reap iis support c; Prime Minister Pierre t Trudeau's His comments cL e faarpiy from these cf o n Most observers have pre- clictsd that after a c-f DroaLag up the minority sovern- mer.; the Democrats vrU fird backed up a corner having los; all credi- bility. Come the next federal eleven, the reasoning ND? vc'tcrs '.iill have become 53 :he eral :he party ulll rr-ariy of 31 Corcincr-S mem- Nc-'lTJig oi the son. says the o r m CCF-NDP Par_a- rzentarian. "Ic's no: harming itself a: sL by refusing :o be siampede-d intD another election. By vork- the Li'c-eral covern- it is helpLr.g 10 sustain cciiticai credibuty. This way i: can help the government to ge: some good ecccoziic azd social mea5T-TE5 through ihe Connrcr.i ajzd then go bsck 10 :Ls eupron- ers ar.d sho-.v ihst it has beea rather ce- he pckis ca. Like met: the ser.a- :or is etemaUy cpomisiic that his TVL! ore cay be one cf great -j Western Car.- Liberals r.oi; ccnrroi no arc hold orJy seven c: Lie c3 western seais jus; d n't ee: our es- sage through ".SSL tune. All this 'The Land is business. Vv> should have told v.ha: "-e had pronusai :o c: for the ,..e arc -.'-e hoped to GO ir ihe :u- Sen. stresses that thi5 '.he tacr'-LC used by T C. -voulo recif-a: sedseris of .TJS 5peeth ard over ar.d :he rr.essare Lrro_i: '.c the rr.cct Dousls5 renaiced precrer 17 years. >cr! car. p-eser.t ar.d et 'crr.h to derr-on- strs'e cespl'e "he Ene Liberals :-ave rrc-re for szrcul- nre than the Ccr- ur.der .Tohr. Dieienba- ser ever achieved. "Lcc'k." he says. ever told --ha: 2 sur-er '.vheat. salesman agrvjul- ;ure minisier .VI Hamilton -.ras. Weil, so he as in hif. time. But I looked into it and found that in his t "0 best years re '.VEC selling a year or the exrx-r-. ttl-.y. Liberal WTiest '.Q'n- isier Lang sold- rr. liicn bushels last year. This is the message ve should bs getting booklet accompanies DON MILLER Jcnn Vcrgo, General Sclss cg-r, cf 3 M- 'o E-e-ic" i c- cr I..C il I S'reei 5. OTT.V.VA CP iTE'.er.Er: in cca.-r.riei are ac- err.rr.en: carpet ir, ir.e course cf iccru jiiiuce. This and GL-.c-r pcL-iiers contained b a bcok'e: being sent. re'k pa.-s- porii by the de- partment. The booklet says Cf.r.apa- abroad can he'p Car.adian.T in trouble them r.OiifyJ--2 [needs or relatives back home. But they canrot provide ie'jal ad-.irt or L-iteri'ere with local le- gal er. Car.acians corr. abroad or parent hole- ioreisn cr.izerirjp r.ay :ir.d -r ihemseKeri citizens oi cjur- 1 triei Lhey visit. That mear.s trev mav br -.ubjec; to obhga- ILC. in-iposcii by those cuuntrics For inf.Tuiaticn o.l ai'il 01 cailaiioas and currency restric- booklet advises- trav- ellers In consult forcizn em- bassios nr high commissions in Leaders hope Voice of west' can speak for two governments Conic oiie. come all COME ONE. COME ALL soldiers and 'd-5 "2.-: bjs cs it tcward Phrcm Penh recently :-e of Trcm Khnar. soldiers ccs'Ticrs when they were deserted by rsrewed fighting for Tra.-n Khnar Iccoted abcut 30 miles soufh Wash. (API British Columbia Premier Dave Barrett and Governor Dan Evans have ended iheir hvo-day huddle here, e-cpressins hope that a "voice of the west" can speak to the federal govern- ment. Barrett was scheduled io con- clude the historic visit Tuesday with an address to a joint ses- sion cf the legisla- ture, first ever by a Bri- i tish Columbia premier. The leaders sat side-by- side at a conference Mon- day and talked cordially of the EdmUar ground each must tread. "We don't want decisions re- jNatioual euergv plaii promised OTTAWA (Cpi Tr.e Com- mons promised Tuesday a national energy policy state- ment by "late winter" from Energy Minister Donald Macdo- nald. Mr. responding "a questions from opposition mem- said the er.ergy policy would take Into accc'jiVL cisi needs, particuferly those ci Aiberta and Ontario. mote from our area to commit else's he said. Richfield Co. north of Eelling- c'jr area's development to Much of the Alaskan crude ham as a "demonstration of meet someone else's needs would be transported to the what we can if there is without an understanding of east and other west coast ports I a major spill." what our area is Bar- for refining. Evans said. ..0[ vou must The governor is esperted to Etand we are deajillg ask the legislature to approve isms rf (emDoran- solutions a plan for establishing an oil- in reit declared. sain Evans. OIL PRIME TOPIC .After a two-hour conference spill insurance, fund tlirough a at all The use ot the i PnteriBg auiomobile in North .America ta tiitir differences were small. the state. was a prime topic. Barrett noted existing oil- "We feel in a way that this spill cleanup procedures in is a voice of the west saying to Washington and said his gov- a major social habit that some- how we must beein to dissuadt people from.1' he said. The premier said he was j IIJC UlmLICl I1C both national governments, take ercment does not have a "sen-; "verv of efforts to oil tinker shipments from death about the possibility of j Bailled out of this meetink rhp mscr an traffic ni fanl-oi- L Alaska down the west coast, an i increased traffic of. the tanker, today is a very gentle, very firm and loyal Mdce to both expected crush the premier said j he said. had spawned "a dreadful fear; Barrett pointed to a spill last we 01 a oil disaster off our year near Chern- Point re- tend to co-opei-ate on our com- finery operated by Atlaniic mon he said. Committees on both aaes the border would be erected.; ihey s.iid. to deal jointly spill prevention and cleanup. Evar-s ?aid he expected be "ro maftive in the of crude oil into Fuse: Sound but would ob- ;ect ro Lhe bmldLn? of more re- than needed to supply "T would object to juft using us a pipeline in terms of a-lciiior.El of tankers ?.nd ihe increased potential for ?pill. just to serve someone FOR SALE LAWN FURNITURE Consisting of picnic tables, lawn chain, benches, patio and children's furniture if We will also build to your specifications 3t Repaint to oil (ypei of furniture SUNRISE RANCH Box 1238, Cooldolt Phone 345-3517 SENIOR DIVISION 13 to 13 years III Trophy Under HO Train Sel 2nd Special Award Trophy model of the Clipper Ship Thermooy'cfl 3rd Special Aword Trophy 13" Wul' 190-D Ger- nan Fighter Plant Kit. CANADIANA SKIS BY ALBERG MODEL KIT CONTEST! Get one of our Kits and Enter! Hey Kids Fun and Prizes for Building a Model :3 15 c FRIZES JUNIOR DIVISION Up to 12 yeart 1st Trophy Shunfer HO Train Sel. 2nd Special Award Trophy -U.S.S. ConjiiTution Wall Display kit. 3rd Soeeial Award Trophy -Air Canada DC-S Jetliner Kil- CLEARANCE! SAVE ON WINTER SPORTING GOODS. SKI OR SNOWMOBILE GOGGLES C-B rzz'zfic c Ti partment Stores Because We're Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall-2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;