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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JO 1ETHBRIDOE HERAID Wrdnniday, Moy 1972 Extra qas revenue only b CALGARY (LT) The addi- tional revenue of ?.iO to m mil- lion the provincial government plans In n'jsc from the petrole- um industry "chickenfoed." fays Irndcr (Irani Kotley. lie said the IM-opressivc i'nn- servative povmunciil could in-1 nrc depleted. crease revenues mil- lion and .s up nested they use H method other than their plan to tax "T h e I'onsonatives should introducing a mineral ment lax. UHVIONUES DKCLINI; "Without a flexible mill r.ili- and the government lia.s plans lo implement one; reve- fjn million from Hit-1 lax Mr. Nollcy said major com panics could absorb the hiiih'-r ''The small Independent com- panies are already paying doub- le royalties. "If an independent firm drills on a lease conlrolled a ma- jor company, it must pay Ihe crown royally plus an equiva- lent sum to (he leaseholder. ''If the independent slrikes j oil however, a per cent eon- j version clause allows the. holder lo net his mills into the bonanza." Air. Notley said major o i 1 mil of llu- province m I in I'M lu SOT million Ihc lor MM-; year i.i million, P birthday plans unveiled (Cp) The Royal money Ls not going Lo C a n a d i H n Mounlccl Police, Ihe prnviiui' lint In the Anii'rii ;in linns u'ho do Iheir banking in the Tnilcf! Stales." IIIII.NDS Sinn- 1961. Natal, Soulh Af- rica, parl.s have .shipped in as a re- gional law enforcement hndy for Ihe N'orlhwesl Terrilorics, will mark ils Kioili anniversary next year with ceremonies across Canada. riaiK for (do IjirlncJriy parfj were unveiled al a news confer i companies look S75 million more parls of the oundtrack Original music from the mo- tion picture "The Godfather''. Choose from such great artists as Glen Campbell, Dean Martin and many more! from such artists as Dave Mason, David Cassidy, the Partridge Family, the Stain- peders, the 5th Dimension and many more. Because Were Your Shopping Costs You Less! Collcgo Shoppinfj Mall 2025 Mayor Mngrnlli Orivo Onon Dtiily 9 n.m, lo 6 p.m. Thumloy cintl Friday 9 lo 9 p.m. Wo Reserve Ilia Rigln lo limil Ouonliliei sioncr W. L. HiEgiU. and Solid tor-General Jean-Pierre (Joyer Including parades, exhibits musical rides, youth camps special puhlicafions, a doennien lary film, community adii'ilies and memorial ceremonies, Ihe celchralion will, in Mr Goycr's viciv, arid up lo "a program nn [he scale and character befit- ting the nCMP's 100 years of service to Canadians and ils unique contribution lo the devel- opment of Canada." START MAY 23, 11173 The program will slart May 23, 1973, the 100th anniversary of fhe day Parliament, itself then less than six years old, ap- proved "an acL respecting the administration of justice and for the establishment of a police force in the Northwest Territo- ries The day will be marked hy centennial ceremonies at Ot- tawa and the 10 provincial capi- tals, including parades and re- views hy government loaders, readings of centennial procla- mations and Ihe unfurling of RCMP centennial flags. The official ICOth birthday will come Aug. 30. 1373, 100 years to the day from when Canada's first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, signed an order-in- :ouncil bringing the North West Mounted Police force into being. The day will be proclaimed RCMP Centennial Day in cities, towns and villages across the country. In addition to more un- furling-of-the-flag ceremonies, festivities will include the un- veiling of centennial plaques, readings of the 1873 orderin- council and scores of municipal )irthday parlies for local mem- bers of the force. PUBLIC TO PARTICIPATE Between, and following, the two dates is scheduled a range of events to involve participa- tion by Canadians generally. Mr. Goyer said the general aim of the celebration is to stimulate a public awareness of he HCJlP's contribution to Can- ada, improve understanding of he force's function and respon- sibilities and to involve people the celebration, especially youth. He noted Ihe force has en- joyed friendly relations witli communities since its earlier days, and expressed confidence he centennial program will 'reinforce these lies and, at Ihc same time, enhance, Canadian pride and confidence in Ihc HCAIP." Mr. Cover Eaid Ihc force hopes to involve the Royal Fam- ily in the celebration in some manner but dcfinilc arrange- ments have not been made. Canada-wide tour s of HCMP hand and Musical Ride will be a major feature of the program, with the band present- ing public concerts in all prov- inces, plus the Yukon and Northwest Territories, and the lUusical Ride performing scv nral times in each province. EXHIBITS PLANNED Centennial .shows and exhibi- tions will include a (ravelling display of historical RCMP arti facts and crime detection cxhib- ils highlighting modern detec- tion and law enforcement meth- ods. The centennial exhibit will be displayed in downtown squares and plazas, shopping malls and agricultural fair grounds across Canada while the crime detec- tion exhibits, including practical demonstrations o f scientific knowledge and equipment, will be shown at central locations in Montreal and Toronto. A 90-minnte CBC rlocumen- lary film, The Long March will be made Ihis year in Western Canada and aired na Uonally next March. Hoping to have young people figure strongly in the program, the force plans a counlrywidc physical fitness program for school-age Canadians. The Jed could include holiday trips lo youlh camps in the Rocky Mountains and the Laurentians. Some events will he tied to other local celebrations such as annual apple blossom fcsli val in Ihc Annapolis Valley of Nova Seolia and provincial ceil Icnnial celebrations which also are scheduled next year in Prince Krlivard Island. The program may also vohc Hie half-lime show al I ho annual (ircy Cup game, sched- uled Ihis year in Hamilton Sun. day, Dec. 3. BREAKFAST IN BED Tanya Wilson, 21, of Honolulu, Hawaii lifls her glass of champagne in a Icail as she a.efs set lo enjoy breakfast in bed al Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico. Tanyar who won the Miss U.5.A. (.rawn, represent her country in Ihe Miss Universe benuly conlesf this summer. Youtli cohumi group Four sold TABER (UN'S) Ucsidcnlia! building is nn the. here. During the four biiildinfi lol.s sold nn a prepaid sor- Three nn Fifilh Ave. of -Will Si for o.aeh, one. In Kormnii -V Long, and to contractor llnl- pcr One lot on St. was sold lo Dr. William Trnbcr for Five building pcrmiU) were Issued ro R and D Construe! ion, each for