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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THI IETHBRIDCE HERALD Thurtday, 21, 1973 NDP threatens to topple gov't BANFF, Alta. (CP) The New Democratic Party will topple the Liberal government if it doesn't produce an energy policy similar to one proposed by the NDP, Max Saltsman. parliamentary finance critic for the NDP, said here. Crane nests sighted in park EDMONTON (CP) Thirt- een u-booninp have been sighted" by the Canadian wildlife s_ervice in Wood Buf- falo National Park on the northern-Northwest Territories boundary'. The wildlife service plans to monitor the birds' egg hatch this summer. Ernie Kuyt, a bi- ologist with the service, said 12 of the nests had the normal complement of two eggs and the other had a single egg. The number of nests was down from 16 last year. Distilled fromprinie Northern grain An NDP government in Ot- tawa would nationalize the oil and gas industry, he said in an interview. ExSting pipeline services would be extended for western crude to markets east of Ontario. Mr. Saltsman was in Banff to address a seminar for touring Australian parliamentarians. He said recommendations from a special NDP energy pol- icy committee would be sub- mitted to party caucus at the end of the month. The recom- mendations would become party policy if ratified at the NDP na- tional convention at Vancouver in late July. "We will push the govern- ment for an energy policy guar- aTitcciiig tlie secuiity aiiu luw cost of oil and gas supplies for Canadians. "If we do not get any in- dication the government is mov- ing in that direction, it could mean our willingness to let the government continue would cease.'' RECOMMENDS MOVES The committee has recom- mended: pipeline now carrying western crude to Ontario should be extended beyond the Ottawa Valley to Montreal to ensure supplies for the whole country; or more Crown corpo- rations should be established to assume ownership of the oil and gas industry in areas where re- sources are under federal juris- diction; reform and fi- nancial assistance should be employed to encourage provin- cial governments to assume control of oil and gas industries within their jurisdiction; national energy market- ing board should be established to which fuel producers wcrjld have to sell. The board would set prices for foreign and do- mestic consumers. Mr. Saltsman said govern- ment ownership would make implementation of national pol- icy easier since private firms often are tempted to exploit loopholes in regulations for profit. "We spend a phenomenal amount of time trying to regu- late the industry and industry has found ways to subvert our policy." Dietrich in a huff Actress Marlene Dietrich tries to hide behind a stage curtain to prevent photo- graphs at the end of her benefit show for handicapped children in Paris. She stalked her dressing room in a huff after photographers had taken pictures during the concert. Miss Dietrich claimed her contract specifically forbade photographs during the perform- ance. Alberta, B.C. team up to probe insurance firms VICTORIA (CP) The British Columbia government has begun an exchange of in- formation with Alberta on the operations of several insurance companies which Alberta will probe in a public inquiry this summer. Cosmopolitan Life Assurance Co., Pap Holdings and related companies will all be investi- gated by a government com- mission. Alberta Attorney-Gen- eral Mervin Leitch announced Tuesday. The decision to investigate the companies comes after months of agitation by a group of shareholders in Alberta and B.C. who allege that stock manupulation may have taken place. B.C. Attorney General Alex Macdonald said today share- holders had approached Trade and Commerce Minister Gary Lauk with complaints about the companies. "But with all these compa- nies, I don't know if it was ex- actly the same he said. "We have a lot of materials in our offices as the result of our investigations and inquiries into these Mr. Macdon- The Active 20-30 Club of Lethbridge Presents INGO LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION FRIDAY, JUNE 22 8 P.M. WORTH OF PRIZES 10 BINGO GAMES PRIZES 16-FOOT SKYLARK TRAVEL TRAILER 16 FOOT CANOI 14 FOOT CANOE 2 TENTS 10 SPEED BIKE SET OF LAWN FURNITURE FISHING OUTFIT TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE EATON'S OF CANADA SIMPSONS-SEARS PRIZES FROM SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP SUNRISE RANCH PROPANE STOVE AND LANTERN DELUXE BAR-B-QUE WAGON PLAINSMAN SPORTS HOYT'S HARDWARE SUPERIOR PROPANE DOOR PRIZE 10 SPEED BICYCLE Advance Tickets for 3 Cards At the Door for 3 Cards, Extra Cards 50c Advance Tickets Available in Centre Village Mall and College Mall RESTRICTED TO 16 YEARS AND OVER aid said, adding that his depart- ment had already begun sup- plying this information to Al- berta. FIRMS LISTED The firms involved reported- ly are Cosmopolitan, Pap, Sea- board Life Assurance Co., Sioux Holding Ltd., Canamera Enter- prises Ltd.. and Rocky Holdings Ltd. These firms ceased operating in Alberta in 1971 and the af- fairs cf Cosmopolitan are now being wound up. Albert Jaasama, of Vancou- ver, president "of Cosmopolitan, now faces charges for issuing a false prospectus in connection with Canamera Enterprises and Pap Holdings; and with false pretences involving Cana- mera and Seaboard Life. Jaasama has also pleaded not guilty to two charges under the Alberta Securities Act of being an unregistered dealer and trading unlisted shares on the Vancouver Stock Market which were not registered in Alberta. Two win in derby draw EDMONTON (CP) Lily Whitehead of McBride, B.C., and C. Pfannmuller of Mayer- thorpe, each won in a preliminary draw of the Canadian Derby Sweepstakes. Eighteen others, mostly from Edmonton, shared another 000. Top prize of is to be awarded after the Canadian Derby is run Aug. 25. Boy identified EDMONTON (CP) Stephen Sharphead, 6, of Winterburn, was identified yesterday as the boy killed Monday when a bi- cycle and a three-quarter ton truck collided on Highway 60, a few miles southwest of the city. Stamp-coin sale to pay for Games LONDON (CP) The world- wide sale of commemorative coins and stamps will pay for much of the 1976 Games in Montreal and establish a new concept of Olympic financing, Montreal Mayor Jea Drapeau said Wednesday. Drapeau predicted at a con- ference of 150 travel-industry leaders that the stamp-coin sales plus a special Olympic lot- tery will cover 75 per cent of the total cost. He said he has "every reason to believe" Par- liament will pass proposed leg- islation to authorize the fund- raising schemes. Confident that the 1976 Olym- pics will be "the first self-sup porting Drapeau said the Montreal experience will make small, poor countries re- alize they can actually make money as hosts of the inter- national event. In future, Olympic planners will not have to consider a gov- ernment's financial resources when designating host coun- tries. The mayor also said that dif- ficulties in getting the whole- hearted support of the federal and provincial governments for his Olympic vision were the re- sult of jealousy in other cities over Montreal's 1957 World's Fair success. "There developed a train of thought that Montreal has had enough promotion and atten he said. But such rivalry will not coo the city's ambition: "Having made Expo a real success, hav ing put Montreal on the map we intend to do it again." MOOD IS CHANGING And, he said, the mood is changing as 1976 approaches. "All of Canada now is getting united behind the Games." As in 1967, accommodation would be a problem, said Drap- eau, but travel agents should not fear a reappearance of the hastily-built and shoddy motels which often greeted Expo vis itors. Some people will have tc sleep up'to 100 miles away from the city, but thousands of bed, will be available in Montrea with private families. Not one complaint about such private accommodation hac been received after a similar housing service was created for the crush of visitors in 1967 Such accommodation should be treated as an attraction for vis- itors rather than inconvenience said Drapeau. "What makes the Games im portant spiritually is bringini all the athletes together for s few weeks to live, train anc compete. But now, more anc more, its importance is also in bringing families together." The mayor called attention tc what he said was another in novation in Olympic the construction of permanen housing for athletes so that ol cal residents can use them when the Games are over. Training easing SAN DIEGO, Calif. fAP) The United States Navy's new sailors may relax a little, bu only a little, in the seventh anc final week of boot camp at San Diego Naval training centre. The recruits still must salute "everything that through the first six weeks. Bui in the seventh they now are being required to salute only officers. ISLAND SIZE Cape Breton Island makes up about one-third of the land area of Nova Scotia. GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS ANNUAL SHAREHOLDERS MEETING This year our Annual Shareholder's Meeting will be held in Edmonton at the Macdonald Hotel on June 19th. Owing to the natural interest in this event, we will be unable to accommodate all those who wish to attend in person. So TRe following arrangements have been made: SEE IT ON YOUR LOCAL CABLEVISION SYSTEM ON THURSDAY, JUNE 21st. LETHBRIDGE CHANNEL 2 7 P.M. GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LIMlf ED 1TV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY PROFILE: These Our People, p.m., Ch. 7. Tonight s guest is Don King, news editor of the High River Tunes, who writes history books for children. DRAMA: Man the City, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. After Mayor Alcala insists that the city accept the lew bid on a freeway construction project, submited by the son of a convicted con- tractor, an overpass collapses killing a worker. MUSIC: "It's a Musical 8 p.m., Ch. 7. The w a summer musical series saluting Canada's 10 pro- vinces. Tonight Newfoundland is featured. DRAMA: Rung Fu, S p.m., Ch. 13. The debut on CTV of this series featuring David Carradine and the Chinese de- fensive art of kung fu. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Great American 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A 1972 TV-movie about a middle-aged aero space engi- neer suddenly faced with unemployment. INTERVIEW: Menr Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Sammy Davis Jr., Totie Fields, Abbe Lane and Sandier and Young are the guests at Las Vegas. MOVIE THRILLER: "What Ever Happened to Baby Ch. 7. Bette Davis stars as an embittered has-been child actress. CRIME DRAMA: "The Last Shot Yon 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A murder plot involving a writer, his wife and her lover. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programt are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to lait-minute changes by the stations and is not res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGIlt Allan Btll Contemporary Contemporary Sports; Dow Farm News; Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY News News Sports Buryl Clark Buryl Clarke News News Buryl Buryl Clarke Farm News Bob HesKeth Cattle Cnecline News News Buryl Trading Post News; Doug Marvin Music We Remember Leo Dow ij'OO John Oliver Farm News Sports Grain Prices Call of tha Wild John Oliver CJOC if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Card-rMemorles with George Brown on Sunday Mornings THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Jack Thys Prone 1220 Jim Elliot Probe 1220 John Charles Show CBC News News, Wthr, Sport World at News, Wthr. Sport News and Grain Bailley Show Phone Bill Show Prices Jim Parsons Show Jim Elliot Summer Jack Brure Bowie Show show CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noornS p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 6 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overturn 6 and Encores (Bob Concie) 6 a.m.-l2 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman p m.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Stan Bailley Show (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaui Hour (German program) 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overturn (Bob Concie) THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World at Six As It Themes and Variations CBR Radio 1010 Calgary from the Capitals Radio Noon World at Eight Eye Opener News, Wfhr, Sports This Country Five Nights a Week Stockmarkef Music and Opinion Take it From The Inner Ear Max Ferguson nin.v Bob Kerr FRIDAY Bgc Newl Eye Opener Home Run BBC News News World it Six I Don't Miss Reading The Uthkidge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY MIGHT Crossfire Sesame Street Hollywood Squares Fright Hillbillies Get Smart ever Happened to Baby Jane News These Are People Man the City It's a Musical world Mary Tyler Movie: Great American Tragedy Maude News CJOC News r RIB AY Skylab Farm ana City News Ed Allen Band Wagon Men Ami Friendly Giant Mr. Ores Up Truth or Conse- quences Lets Make a Deal Klara's Korner Galloping Gourmet Joan Waterfield 3.00 Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squares CFCN-TV Lethbrtdge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Anything You Can Do Buckshot Star TreK News Seat the Clock George The Llffli News Pierre Berton Merv Gritfin FRIDAY Thought for Day University of Air Canada A.M. Romper Room Yoga Life Eye Bet Family Affair Movie: The Last Shot You'll Hear Somerset Another World What's the Good Word? Kung Fu Trouble with Tracy it's Ua To You George Klrby Uncle Bobby Buckshot Here Come the 70s Supermarket 4-55 star Trek Newt Pierre Berton- News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY News News Bonanza Ironside Dean Martin of Century Helen Show Hollywood Squares News Jeopardy Tonight Show Who, What, Where Jokers "Wi'id FRIDAY Understanding Oar News World Baffled Salute As the World Turni Today Show News Today (n Montana The Pyramid _ Another World Hollywood Talking Secret Storm Mike Douglas Show Jokeri News News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIOHT FRIDAY Let's Make Deal News Captain Kangaroo News General Hospital Jack Galloping Gourmet Young and the Restless News Search for Tomorrow My Children News News Truth or ConsequAncM Mod Squad Godalf Wild Dogs of Africa Streets of San Francisco TV-J Newt Movie: Our HOUM One Lite to Days Of Our Lives Dinah's Place Three on a Match Dating Split Second Bewitched Password ;