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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI UTHIRIDGI HIHALO Wtdntidny, May S7, 1970 Greene Maintains Stand On Energy Resources TORONTO (CP) Energy Minister J. J. Greene main tained the nationalist tone of Ms recent statements on Canada's resource policies in a speech Tuesday night to the Canadiai Nuclear Association. Mr. Greene's remarks con firmed his previous rejection of a continental energy policy con cept ami his conviction that the nation's energy resources mus remain firmly in Canadian hands. Earlier in the day, G. E, Roark, president of the Inde- pendent Petroleum Association of Canada, told the association the government is coming "dan- gerously close" to destroying development in western anc northern Canada by rejecting continental policies fof oil anc gas. A highlight of Mr. Greene's speech was his assessment oi the possibilities of building an oil and gas pipeline system from both the Canadian North and Alaska to southern mar kets. But even here he stressed til need for such a system as one way of assuring Canadian con trol of the nation's resources and the means by which thej are produced, transported and marketed. Mr. Greene said foreign capi- tal would be welcome in helping to build such a system as long as financial arrangements were "consistent with the interests of Canada." The minister's remarks were similar to those he made in a speech in Denver; Colo., May 12 to a meeting of United States oil company executives. There, he rejected the continental energy policy concept and said Canadi- ans wanted to escape the ma- laise of U.S. society. Mr. Greene said he was taken aback by the reaction to his Denver speech but said it was a "political conclusion of a clear political decision on the part of the Canadian people." POINTS TO CURBS He reiterated the govern- ment's regret over1 U.S. curbs on imports of Canadian crude oil, imposed earlier this year. The connection between Can. ada's desire to increase oil ex- ports and the U.S. demand for lanadian natural gas "must be kept in mind in our evaluation of our options as to policy on trade in oil and gas." The minister also reiterated he government's intention to ensure that control of the.na- ipn's uranium reserves re- mains In Canada. KILLER'S SKETCH Po. lice released in Toronto thii sketch of the suspected killer of Helen Ferguson, 37, of Pal- grave, Ont., and Doreen Mo- orby, 34, of Gormley, Ont., based on a description by nine-year-old Dale Ferguson. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 SHI St. 5. Ph. 328.7684 Abovt Capitol EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Food Company Faces Charge EDMONTON (CP) Mon- arch Fine Foods Ltd. was charged here with untrue ad- vertising in a campaign to promote the sale of marga- rine. A representative of the firm elected trial by judge and jury, jistrate H. J. Wilson re- manded the case for prelimi- nary hearing July 16. The firm is charged with un- rue advertising at four stores n Edmonton., However, he said, pendii regulations "will be such as allow the reasonable particijv lion of persons other than Can dians." Mr. Roark, who also is pres dent of Husky Oil Ltd. of Cal gary, said the whole miners industry had been shaken bad by recent government action and attitudes. He mentionec specifically Mr. Greene's Den ver speech. The result has been a flight capital and a slowdown in ex ploration plans, he said. Mr. Roark said the U.S. cur on Canadian oil imports appears to be justified in that the U.S. understandably anxious to mak secure the energy supplies the North American continent. He urged "close and earl co-operation in the developmen and distribution of oil and nah. ral gas" which was of "tremen dous economic advantages both countries in the short a well as the long run." Bilingual College Part Of U of A EDMONTON (CP) A co ege that will develop teacher who can speak French an Snglish is to become part o the University of Alberta. College St. Jean, which has >een an affiliate college offer ing the first two years of th bachelor of education program and general arts and science nstruction mostly in French las not until now been able t grant degrees. Integration with the univer iity was approved here by th university's general faculty council and now must bo ap iroved by the board of gover nors. A report said the college wil 'provide educational opportuni ies for Albertans who wish tc mrsue their university studies n an environment in which the language and French Canadian culture predomin ate." SUPER SAVINGS AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS IT'S FUN TIME This lummer enjoy Outdoor living! SUlsMN New from Tonl iun llghttnir for hair. ,37 Sugg. Llit 1.95 MXAU. SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 99' Reg. 1.39 Special SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER Suntan lotion, reg. 1.49 Mcisturiiin FORTIFY by Max Footer INSTANT NAIL MEND For extra strength Qfl mending for pealing, split and broken nails. NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM 14-ei. Economy size. ReS.2.49. Special 1 THURSDAY SPECIAL KING SIZE On. of 200 4AQ REGULAR Ctn of ONLY 4-39 Open Dally- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. SUPER SAVINGS AT 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. I r Jhriftway I p.m. to 4 p.m. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and "YOUR I.D.A. AND REXAU DRUG STORE" 7p.m. to 9 p.m. 702 13th Street North Phone 327-0340 SUPER SAVINGS AT THRIFTWAY DRUGS TPP MAN ON TOP-Alberta's Lr.-Gov. J. W. Grant MacEwan Is shown sitting on on elephant as he hitched a ride at the opening in Edmonton of the Shrine Circus. Battle Continues In Senate On Cambodian Controversy WASHINGTON (AP) The J.S. Senate has approved lan- uage aimed at conciliating flute House opposition to an mendment to bar future U.S. military operations in Cam- odia, but new disclosures of Vmerican arms shipments hap irred anew the debate over le controversy. The Senate Tuesday by a vote E 82 to 11 adopted phrasing de- laring the proposed June 30 cutoff of spending for U.S. mili- ary activities in Cambodia to je in support of Nixon's an- nounced withdrawal timetable. But the impact of the vote was negligible with1 no sign tire White House would ease its stand against the main amend- ment sponsored by Senators John Sherman Cooper (Rep. Ky.) and Frank Church (Dem. Senator J. W. Fulbright (Dem. disclosed Tuesday the administration had advised Congress it was supplying worth of small arms to Cambodia. He said the way the program was initiated and disclosed indicates "the admin- istration's disdain for true con- Student Stuns Audience At U of A Convocation EDMONTON (CP) More lan persons at the Uni- ersity of Alberta spring con- oeation sat in stunned silence or several seconds Tuesday af- er the student union president uoted Mao Tse-Tung and lack Panther Leader Elridge Cleaver during a speech to graduates. "We can no longer afford the uxury of not being socially re- Tim Christain told ie audience. "I think that so- ial responsibility, is synony- lous with the act of asserting iat which is human. "This process not only means tat all men should have the ght to determine their own estinies and to develop them- elves fully and creatively, it ivolves also the attempt to iake this right a reality." Mr. Christian said he viewed ssent and critical examina- on of established social insti- tions as "very positive ae- ons in our times." Quoting Cleaver, he said: brmer Girl uide Official Dies At 61 CALGARY (CP) Miss izabelh Riddoch, 61, field sec- tary and camp advisor for e Alberta Girl Guides As- ciation for 20 years, died lesday. j She had been associated with e girl guide movement for 48 ars, either as a member or ader. Miss Riddoch worked exten- in the Northwest Terri- ries with Indian and Eskimo ildren and in 1917 was pre- nted the Beaver Badge, the ghcst honor in the Canadian rl Guides. iho retired from active par- ripation in in 1964. "If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. "To paraphrase Mao Tse- Tung, 'one must dare to strug- gle if he dares to win.'" New Safety Standards For Towbaats OTTAWA (CP) Agreement has been reached on a new set of safety standards for the strikebound British Columbia t o w b o a t industry, Transport Minister Donald Jamieson said Tuesday. Mr. Jamieson told the Com- mas the regulations have been worked out by a committee rep- resenting his own department, employers and employees. An- other two weeks be re- quired to translate the new rules into legal language and out them into effect, he said. The B.C. economy has been crippled for the last three weeks by a strike of the Cana- dian Merchant Service Guild over safety and manning in the tugboat industry. The union is seeking to have new standards written into a contract. saltation the Congress on foreign policy matters." And Senator George D. Aiken (Rep. Vt.) said in a Senate speech some of President Nix- on's allies in the Cambodian dis- pute will turn out to be adver- saries when the administration proposes programs to help needy Americans at home. The Senate action came as In- done'sian President Suharto called for the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Cambodia during a White House banquet. Warning the threat of war across A.sia is spreading, Su- harto cited an agreement by 11 non-Communist Asian and Pa- cific nations that international action be taken to solve the Cambodian problem. "All efforts should be taken to prevent the war from widening and to ensure the preservation of Cambodia's right to sover- eignty and neutrality, among other things, by effecting the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Cambodian he said. Nixon, responding briefly to Suharto's remarks, said he agreed. In his Tuesday 'remarks, Aiken, the Senate's senior Re- publican, said the Cooper- Church amendment would help Nixon resist pressure from hawks who seek a military solu- tion in Indochina. But tha administration op- poses the amendment as an un- acceptable restriction on the power of the commander-in- chief. "The effect of the amend- said Senate Republican whip Robert P. Griffin, "is to take a slap at the president, to undercut and undermine him at a very difficult time in our his- tory." A hint of a filibuster came when Griffin said his party will spend aa average of two or three days, each on the eight or nine pending amendments. This could delay a final vote on the measure until the end of June. 91-Year-Old Woman Killed CALGARY (CP) Louise Gilson, 91, of Calgary was killed when the car in which she was a passenger was in- volved in a three vehicle col- lission near tiro downtown area. Sire was the llth person killed in traffic in the city yesr. Rare Red Wine Auctioned For A Glass CHICAGO (AP) A single 12-botUe case of rare red Bor- deaux was sold Tuesday for about a tiie Heublein Premiere auction of rare wines. The bid, the highest ever for single case of red Bordeaux was made by two New York wine merchants, Vincent Mazza and Joseph Scuotto. The case con- tained three bottles of 1870 Cha- teau Lafite, three bottles of 1887 Chateau La Tour and six bottles of 1904 Chateau Rauzan-Gassies, all from the private collection of American financier. Doukhobor Leader Allowed To Stay VANCOUVER (CP) Sudan, spiritual leader of the Sons of Freedom Doukhobors, las been granted landed immi- grant status despite a politi- cian's plea to keep him out ot Canada. Immigration department offi- cials here said Tuesday they will serve the psjjers granting landed status as soon as they can locate the W-year-oM leader of the religious sect (tot once terrorized the West Kootenay area of British Columbia. Earlier this month, Butt Campbell, Sockl Credit mem- ber of the legislature tor Revel- stoke-Slocati, urged Ottawa to deny Mr. Sorokin's bid to re- main here. He said in a telegram to Allan MacEachen, minister of man- xiwer and immigration, that :be Freedomites appeared to be "assimilating quite and am tearful Sorokin's permanent re- .urn might well cause past problems to reoccur." Mr. Sorokin had Eved 'in Uru- guay since 1952, when be left Canada to find a new land for ics followers. He returned to Canada as a tourist in 1960 and again last year. A maximum security prison was built in 1960 near Agassiz, about 65 miles east of here to iouse up to 350 men and women ?reedomites jailed for terrorist activities. Only a handful of jrisoners remain. Some Free- lomites have returned to Hie iCrestova area .250 miles east of wre, atid others have remained m the lower mainland and Fra- ser Valley. In seeking, a denial of the ap- >Ecation for landed immigrant status, Mr. Campbell said he couldn't see why Mr. Sorokin would want to return to Kres- tova, where Iris Canadian has property. "He could end up being magnet attracting Freedomites back to Krestova with what con- sequences no one knows, Mr. Campbell said. "What the freedomites don't need is leadership. The Free- domites appear to be assimilat- ing quite well into the total Dou- khobor-Canadian community." Provincial Judge William Evans of Nelson, a Ooufchobor confidant, said Tuesday he be- lieved Mr. Sorokin's stay in Canada after his self-tapowd exile is a good idea. "As far as the concerned, this wffl help main- tain the he said. "I rec- ommended to the government that he be granted landed immigrant status." Seek Inquiry Into Misiise Of Civic Funds CALGARY (CP) City council decided Tuesday to ask the Alberta Attorney-General for a judicial inquiry into the alleged misuse of civic funds. Council approved the inquiry 10 to 2 after a 75 minute de- bate. The inquiry was suggested after a police investigation into transit thefts raised the possi- bility of the misuse of funds in other city departments for the last 20 years. A motion that the Inquiry be headed by the justice from out- side Calgary was also adopted; WEATHER AND ROAD REPORT ABOVE SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET .ethteidge Windier Creek Vaterton ifedicine Hat Mmonton Mgary...... Victoria...... 'enticton Jranbrook "rince George Camloops rancouver Saskatoon tegina liunder Bay 'oronto )ttawa...... Montreal Chicago...... York Miami....... 71 41 67 37 ..67 37 .03 74 37 .26 59 39 .48 64 40 61 45 71 42 .67 40 52 34 .04 65 46 60 48 43 37 .28 46 34 47 29 68 37 71 39 72 43 78 46 76 57 .87 83 76 .02 .02 .19 SYNOPSIS Extensive cloud covers all but the foothills regions today. Not much change is expected to develop in the weather pat- tern as cool unstable air re- mains over the forecast district giving showers throughout to- day and Thursday. FORECAST Lethbridge, MeHiclne Hat- Mainly cloudy with few widely separated showers to- day and Thursday. Little change in temperilure. Winds light sonlheaeterly Low high Lethbridge ud Medicine Hat 40-65. Columbia, cloudy with a few afternoon showers today, clearing this evening. Mainly sunny Thurs- day.-Winds light. Low tonight and high Thursday at Cran- brook 35-65. Castlegar 42-65. GRAIN HANDLING CENTER FOR FEEDERS! BEHLEN Farm and Ranch ELEVATOR wide x 31'tall Overhead Bins and 1 FuU Length Bin Bucket Elevator Leg with Bushel Capacity GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA L All highways to the Leth- ridge district are and in ood driving condition. Highway 1 Trans Canada Highway. Calgary to Banff is' lostly bare and in good con- ition. Banff to Revelstoke is are and in good condition, [otroists are advised to atch for fallen rock. The anff-Radium and Banff-Jasper ighways are bare and In good ondition. Creslon Salmo highway Is >are and in good condition. Mo- orists are asked to watch for alien rock, deer and caribou. Snow tires or chains are no longer required when travelling in any mountain area. There Is a 75 per cent restric- tion on the following highways: Highway 23 junction of High- way 3 to Barons and Highway 61 from the junction of Highway 4 to Foremost and one soulh of Foremost to Many- berries. Effective 7 a.m. May 28 load- ing restrictions will be lifted from the following highways: Highway 3 Fincastle to Medi- cine Hat, Highway 5 Magrath to Cardston and Highway 62 Magraii to Del Bonita. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing ComU, I hours; Carway 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST, Chief Mountain effective :ay 18 8 a'.m. to 5 p.m. Del Bouila 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Roose- ille, B.C. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgale, B.C., 24 hours; Porthill- ykcris a.m. to midnight; Logan Pass, closed. ;