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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta T. DOUGLAS Canada 'lacks' control Sask. The United States and Canada are the only two countries in the world which do not have a national petroleum says T. C. former leader of the New Democratic Party. A national petroleum cor- poration could buy out some of the oil companies we get back into our own hands some of the refining and distribution of oil Mr. Douglas told a meeting in this southeastern Saskatchewan com- munity. A government owned petroleum corporation would co-operate with the four western provinces to develop the northern oil sands on the basis of public he said. This would ensure that Canada would own its own oil resources and reap the benefits from its development. Canada as a whole faces an energy crisis in the although there is currently no oil shortage in Western Mr. Douglas said. He added that the federal government's export tax on which increases to a barrel Dec. should be returned to the provinces which produce the oil. Barrett remains leader VANCOUVER British Columbia Premier Dave Barrett has been re- elected leader of the provin- cial New Democratic Party by acclamation at the party's annual convention. Frank Murphy of Lantzville was re-elected party beating Ed Livingston of Vancouver by a vote of 402-179. Mr. who was nominated for the second striaght year by Agriculture Minister Dave chided party members for sitting around and expecting the 38 MLAs to do all the party work. got to be a team ef- he said. Mr. Stupich. in nominating Mr. said it had been a difficult year for the which swept into power in the 1972 general provin- cial election. He said there had been lot of problems about party but ex- pected that most of the bugs would be worked out at this year's convention. The 601 voting delegates passed a resolution that shall be the responsibility of the when they consider there are problems in the applicability of feasibility of existing party to bring these problems to the attention of the appropriate policy com- Roger Howard was re- elected treasurer by acclama- tion and George Johnston of Burnaby was elected second vice-president. Indians may hire ex CHMC head EDMONTON Walter dismissed from his a year ex- ecutive position with Central Mortgage and Housing Cor- is expected to be hired by the Indian and Metis Associations of Alberta. Stan Metis Association of Alberta said Mr. Rudnicki will be the native group's planner for the social and economic development of northeastern One-lwp-three spree Sears 222 333 Toy values priced speci Pre Floor Hockey Stick Includes stick with ball. Asst'd colours. T1 Tie Dye For the expressive generation. Reg. 1.98 the magic hair doll Pull her hair and watch it Adjusts back with flick of wrist. Rummoli Game Fun for the family. Playing cards not incl. Paint Wheels pictures roll on in 3 colours. Disney Puppets Choose from 8 lifelike characters Simulated Locket Set Necklace bracelet and ring in set. Fisher-Price. Rock-a-Stack 6 fluorescent poly rings fit over cone. Rocker base. Torrtado Bowl Game Fast scoring game for the whole family. 222 Game An absorbing THINK game for the whole Magic Nurser Tilt down and bottle tilt up to refill. T1 Safety Lantern Weatherproof. Powerful beam. long. Storage Chest Sturdy attractive extra storage space Reg. 1.44 1 Paint by Number sets Incl. 28 x 12-oil brush. 4pk. oven refills Betty Crocker. For use with all Kenner eas- bake ovens. 1 11 Diaper Bag Set With full array of doll feeding accessories in vinyl diaper bag. 222 Sewing Basket Just like Mommy's sewing basket with inset tray and folding handles 222 Set Beginners set. 125 pieces. Builds simple etc. Q33 Noah's Ark Detailed hand-painted figures and an ark that really floats. 222 Assorted Tea Sets Setting for 4. In two styles. Pony Express Rifle 100 shot repeater with high impact plastic woodgrain butt and stock. Bozo Punch Clown Hit he bounces back. 22 Game Loads of family fun with original crossword game 333 Tonka Loader Actual working bucket mechanism. Authentic swivel cab. Mini Doll Stroller In White and Red. Body x 333 Camera Set Takes real colour. 333 Paper Mach6 Starter Kit Incl. 4 jars of brush and full instructions 222 Tool Set 11 DCS. In strong metal case. Farmall Tractor Real steering action. Pulls farm implements. 333 Set of 3 Pull Toys Incl. school snowmobile and carousel truck. 333 Baby Wiggles She's musical. Just wind up music box she moves like real baby. v 333 Tell-time Clock Pinnocchio. Wind up and watch it work. Genuine tick-tock sound. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Store Open Daily from a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 ;