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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1071-THI LtTHMMDM NUULO-t7 Blames government for crisis Manning worsening of North American energy situation By PETER LLOYD OTTAWA The exist- ing climate of economic un- certainty and political mis- trust likely will lead to a vorsening of the North American energy lays Senator Ernest Manning. Suggestions that the govern- ment form a national petroleum corporation to dis- develop and market petroleum resources have led to uncertainty in the oil the former Alberta Social Credit premier said in in interview Tuesday night. This had made petroleum companies reluctant to con- duct exploration and develop- ment necessary to avert oil inortages. He said Ottawa is to Name tor the way the energy crisis has hit this country and for the strained relations between the federal government and Al- berta. whole thing has badly managed. Six months or i year ago the federal govern- ment should have talked with representatives of the in- dustry and Alberta and said 'let's pool our expertise and map out a plan to alleviate the sure this would have met with support from Alberta and the industry. the government has barged off on a series of over- night During his 1943 to 1968 term is Alberta Senator Manning was a leading figure in encouraging investment in the province's petroleum re- sources. needed exploration and development of Alberta's resources have been impaired by federal he said. companies are sitting back to see what Even if the government tried to woo private oil com- panies into co-operative ven- it might be too late. assessment is that i' dustry would be skeptical bt cause they have no confidence in the government which they know is being run by the New Democratic party.'r Until companies believe a normal business climate has been the threat of an energy crisis will Senator Manning said. .has no supply wor- ries but this situation is defi- nitely going to discourage ag- gressive development which is needed for all of Canada and this Distribution of United States and Canadian oil under a continental energy policy would relieve allocation problems and cut transporta- tion costs. Senator Manning said 'for its nationalistic in dealing with the U.S. on energy matters. Dur- ing the Second World the U.S. had dealt fairly with Canada which imported more than 80 per cent of its petroleum from that country. took the position that if Canada imp- J similar rationing to uiey would treat us in the same way as Americans. Now they're short supply and Canada is saying to heck with the U.S. That's not .how you play The NDP argument that for- eign control of the Canadian oil business has worsened the energy situation is Senator Manning said. Central Canadian finan- ciers had been unresponsive in the late 1930s when Alberta wanted investment to explore possible oil reserves. the U.S. capital we got then we'd be in the backwoods on oil development. We'd be in terri- ble trouble Alberta Premier Peter Iraq disregards Arab oil cutback By JUAN DE ONIS New York Times Service Lebanon is lisregarding the decision by Vrab oil producers to cut back 25 per cent and is shipping as much oil as it can hrough Mediterranean and Gulf ac- to oil industry sources. Loading of tankers at a Syrian Mediterra- lean terminal for the oil from Iraq's Kirkuk have reached jarrels a which was the lormal level prior to bombing lamage to the facilities there 'rom Israeli attacks last nonth. The Kirkuk-pipeline also has i branch to where record loadings of barrels a day have been made in the last 10 days. Between the two about one million barrels a lay of Iraqi crude are being delivered to the Medi- according to jil in addi- tion to regular shipments through a Persian Gulf port for Iraqi crude from the Basra fields. Although Iraq nationalized the American and Dutch in- terests in the Basra Petroleum cutting out oil shipments to these Baghdad appears determined to meet all com- mitments to eastern Euro- pean socialist Italy and with no reduction in its production of about 2 million barrels a day. Posted prices for Iraqi crude in the Mediterranean risen to a representing large increases in revenue for and for which receives transit since the Kirkuk pipeline crosses Syria. In the Iraqis have re- jected the Audi Arabian plan across-the-board cutbacks in in addition to a boycott of the United States and other supporters which Iraq has joined. which is the maverick of the Arab has also re- jected the cease-fire entered into with Israel by Egypt and and pulled its forces out of where a large Iraqi armored division fought against Israel on the Heights. An official statement carried by the Iraqi agency warned against crea- tion of a general In to all Industrial customers. approach would provide grounds for the ad- vocates on an aggressive policy in the United States to launch new military adven- tures in the Arab the statement said. At the same the state- ment called for nationalisa- tion by all Arab in- cluding Saudi Arabia and of American oil com- pany interests in their countries. In an interview published to- day by Al a pro-Cairo newspaper Prince Saud of Saudi who is un- dersecretary of reportedly said that his government had reached a decision to acquire'a 51 per cent interest in the Arabian- American oil which produces 95 per cent of Saudi Arabian oil. The Saudi Arabian govern- ment has owned 25 per cent of the company since January under the so-called participa- tion agreements. The majori- ty interest is held by a consor- tium of American oil com- panies. New cause for cancer discovered NEW YORK A United States research team has made a convincing step to- wards proving that just like colds and is caus- ed by an infection of the body. The evidence contradicts theories that cancer is inherited and opens up the possibility that some day children may be given an anti- cancer along with smallpox and polio shots. The findings are based on study this year of the cells of identical twins at Colum' University's Institute Cancer Research. The Dr. SolSpiegelm was in charge of a four-man team -hich ex- amined the cells of o sets of teen-age identical all boys. In one twin had a form of cancer that affects the while the other was healthy. The doctors detected the presence of virus-like par- ticles in the twins with but none in the healthy twins. And could not have been innt.- ited because the twins came from the same fertilized egg in their mother. THOUSANDS BUGGED PARIS A Senate committee investigating of- ficial wiretaps in France has concludee tele- phones are tapped every day on a perr or spot basis. Senator Pierre committee told a news conferencr that 99 per cent of me wiretaps were illegal since they were not covered by a judicial order. the Progrmlve Con- it doing a good Job trying to protect hit .ice't in face of the federal oil Senator Manning ALBERTA OWNS mutt remember that not private com- CLIP AND SAVE THIS IT MAKE A HANDY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING GUIDE. OWDt Btore tMB 10 pef cent of the oU and fu IB the province. Last when the oil ex- port tax to a barrel effective Dec. Al- berta said it no loafer would discuss energy matters with Ottawa became previous talks i brief ai don't think the way to handle this to say won't talk' bat I have every sym- pathy for their feailnf If the federal forerwneot had held meaningful talks with Industry representatives and U.S. of- problem woeM not be to tevere. can be done Crown corponUoM and aknilar Senator Manning said he .would prefer a mutual arrangement whereby the U.S. would tnpply oil to Eastern Canada while Alberta oil would be exported to nearby U.8. markets. t_ be the U.S. BOW in dealioc poUcjr would out traaaporta- they were tton coete and coald be ad- advised abort Ike export tax Jutted to maiatabi any Mil it wat awJlUt'i arranged import-export not the way te treat your best of a. series. Which of these toys are right for your Each boy responds in his own special way to the fun and challenge of a new toy Here are some clues to se- lecting the right toy for your boy. fast moving rac- ers that need no no bat- and no charging. Just pull out the Rev push down on the back of the and let it Made of colourful die-cast they specially appeal to boys from 4 to 8. IMAGINATION AND ADVENTURE These toys are especially designed for boys from 4 to 12. They appeal to the love of adventure and sense of excitement that each boy has within himself. Whether flying a rescuing a pal in trouble or skillfully building a model these toys allow your child to enter into a magic world of his own a world he can make himself. SUPERSTAR' the electric plane with a has a huge wingspan and either free-flies under the direction of 4 flight plans which your boy can select or zooms under tether- control. Silent electric power plant recharges from a 6 volt lantern battery For boys 8 years and over. MONOGRAM8 MODELS With these kits your boy can tailed and many have moving parts. For boys from 8 to 12 who take special interest in having a handsome end result of their .create classic wheeled military vehicles .and airplanes. These authentic re- productions are exquisitely de- play activity. VERTIBIRD- Boys 6 to 12 love to play for hours with this whirling bird when they can get the controls away from their zips drifts to a all just like the real thing. Easy to control with throt- tle and direction sticks. Batteries not included. RESCUE SHIP An invitation to bold rescue plans and daring recovery mis- sions. The massive hull has a deck for its own heli- with controls mounted on the fantail. Command cargo storage astronaut and pop-open space capsule add to play possibilities. Boys 6 to 12. Batteries not included. ROAD SET These power-charged electric cars chase each other over 19' of winding including a dare- devil jump. Easy to assemble and the layout sets up in a '5' area and includes 2 new and bat- tery-powered recharger. A chal- lenge of skill for boys 6 to 10. Batteries not included. HAIRY Designed for safe but electricity in a 7-foot flying circle. It can loop-the-loop. For boys 6 to 10. indoor flying this hand dashing stunt plane operates without batteries or HOT DOUBLE PAK Hot the all-time favour- ites of boys from 4 to now come with a special another entire Jine of little push-cars. Both cars come in lots of models and appeal to boys with a collect. CARS There is a whole range of power charged cars of dif- ferent designs all suitable for track and floqr play. Power source not included. .MOST OF THE ABOVE MATTELTTOYS ARE AVAILABLE AT THESE FINE STORES.. BUT SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED. DMrlbutora 426 6 St. Phone 328-1761 Southern Alberta Co-Op 1221 2 Ave. Phone 329-0017 The T. Eaton Co. llmttod 4 Ave. and 6 St. Phone 327-8551 ig t 411 2nd Fernie 8. Kreege Stores 4th Ave. 6th St. S. Phone 327-4155 Slmpeont-Soart Slorot Centre Village Mall Phone 328-9231 Tabor To I Taber Wooteo College Shopping Mall Phone 328-7701 Wuolworlh'e 801 4th Ave. Phone 327-2260 1710 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-8171 J I ;