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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tElHoRIDCE HtRAlO Friday, Novonibm 13, 1970 Lambert claims savage Britain I Nobel prize-winning novelist is defended KT) I iicl in Ihe fiovermwnrs pvo- legislation regarding in-' vestment companies "niost Wi'nge." the Commons finance. i-ominiUee was told Thursday, Marco! I, a m b e r I West) said the provi- sions for fines of up lo if j flii investment company [ails lo repisier itself, mandatory five- year jail terms For company managers or employees 'who make false statements, and terms for company members who "wilfully neglect to make any proper entry in the or negligently prepare d o e u m e s false statements, are much. Under such provisions. Mr, Lambert said, be would be "scared stiff t'; sign any docu- "For mere neglect urn set two veai's in jail. We nre each guilty of ih.-it 20 times a day. lie described us luu'- barous a gen e r 1 penalty clause subjecting persons doing what he called "any little thing" contrary io ih.o k'gishi- lion (n a fine of ?5.000. CALGARY MP DISAGKKKS Pat M a b o n e y t South) defended the provisions. "The potential of substantial fc fines has to tie included because; the stakes are high." he said .But whle he had ble sympathy" with statements thai some penalties might be loo harsh. Hie word as applied lo the clauses was a "trifle colorful." Richard Iliunphrys. federal superintpndcnt o f insurance.. said the clauses are, standard: provisions in most legislation but he would have Ihe justice dapartment go over the wording in order to give the committee alternative provisions lo clmiw from. I n another exchange. Mi'. Lambert said he found "wiitc repugnant that well-run com- panies would bear the heaviest administrative cosi for investi- gations under Ihe legislation. THINKS IT Tiie legislation would assess the cost of any government in- vestigation imo llie workings of an investment company in a manner thai would cost larger companies more than smaller companies. The cost u-ould he determined by the size of a company's assets. Mr. replied that such assessment usually sviirts "in a reasonably fair way.' The committee concluded clause-by-clause discussion of the proposed bill during the meeting and will hear witnesses in future sessions. .Ill (Al'i A comedy1 show abmil a bishop and a blonde was banned from British television today. The episode in The Mating Came, a weekly series about unlikely couples meeting Ihroiigh a computer dating sys- tem, was lo go on Britain's commercial network F r i d a v. Advance publicity sparked pro- tests (o the Independent Televi- sion Authority, the watchdog over the commercial network. Herald Flood played a bache- lor bishop who is matched with an actress played by Jan Wal- lers. The meeting ends with the ndress stripping in her aparl- jneitt. MOSCOW (AP) Famed vid cellist Mstislav Rostropov- idi lias openly defended Nobel i prize-whining novelist Alcsan-! dcr 1. Solzhcnilsyn as a man] Has "suffered for (tie right lo write the truth." In a letter circulated Tliurs-1 day in Moscow by his friends j and addressed to the editors-ill-: chief of Uie main government j and party newspapers, Rostro-. povifh also condemned the re-: Cession of Soviet intellectuals. "Is it really possible thai the past has not taught us lo be careful about restraining lal- ented to mention all he asked. Kostrouovicb. is the first member of the Soviet cultural establishment to take a public stand against the campaign oil vilification aimed at S'olxhenti- syn and the repression of Rus- sian intellectuals in general. He wrote: "1 know of the works of Sol- zhenilsyn, 1 love them, and 1 fee! that he has suffered for the right to write the truth as he sees it. I do not see any reason' lo hide my connection with him a campaign has been'. started against him." Since last summer Solzhenit- syu has been living at the must-i elan's home working on his lat- est novel, August, I9H, a story about the I-'irst World War. liestropovich last month re- ceived Britain's liighcsl musical honor, the gold medal of the Rural Philharmonic Society. Referring to Solzhcniksyn and the general repression of S'oviet artists, liosfropovich said: "The political and economic questions of our country are not my busi- ness. But please explain to me why in pur literature and art Ihe decisive wcrd comes so often from people who are abso- iuiely unqualified? Rostrupovich's friends said he expected official repercussions lo his letter, but fell he could not remain silent. Press attacks on Solzhcnilsyn I began appearing shortly after the Nobel Prize announcement Hast month. For the last three weeks, however, major publica- tions have been silent on this subject. Although Solzlienitsyn IKS ac- cepted the prize and expressed his desire to receive the award Dec. 10 in Stockholm, it QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC iDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mecliomc Capilo! Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-76841 is not knoffn whether Din Krem- lin will permit him lo leave and return, CAPRI IS COMING gets Invited to a lot of weddings Porphyry Pearl iiiat 5s. A light, bubbly wine that's helped tosst a liosi of brides lately. Why? Because Pofpliyiy Pn'1's clear yearly colour, raty nubbles, and riot-too-svjeei. not-ioo-dry taste... all add up to a delicious and eye-appealing treat. And mayba it's because, served at (lie riilit temperatee Porphyry Pesrl is amazingly IJliE champagne. Imported (fonj lire vinayards of Australia, is fine light wise you ears ssrvs pride and confidence. For an occasion suclt as toasting Hie bride. Or simply a private at tome. Because Porphyry Pearl is pure wing... made 100% irorn grapes. Porphyry f'eari creates ils own bubbles all by ilself. Porphyry in a champagne glass! No increase sin -jobless benefits OTTAWA Labor Min- isier Bryce M a c k a s e y said Thursday unemployment insur- ance benefits will not be in- creased this wittier. He was replying in the Com- mons to Opposition Leader Rob- ert Sianfield wlio asked whether there would be interim changes j n unemployment insurance while legislation arising from ihe government's white paper on the subject is awaited. John Lundrigau' der-Twillingatei asked whether there will be special manpower training programs this winter. Manpower Minister Gilo Lang said ;il first that "additional programs" are being "mlo effect. Mr, Lundrigan said Canadians are not aware of them. Mr. changed his reply to .say there are no changes in. ihe manpower training program but that ''additional is being spent. Served cold, it speaks a warm welcome. Card expert dies DELRAY BEACH. Fla. 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