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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDCc HERAin Fed- eral Supply Minister James Richardson Tuesday denied a statement hy New Democratic Parly leader David Lewis that the 'Mackenzie River pipeline project will be controlled by United States interests. Mr. Lewis had said that Can- ada wanted to spend billion on the project and not share in ttie profits. "I believe the financing of the Mackenzie River pipeline can he so arranged that Cana- dians can retain absolute con- Mr. Richardson said on a CKOM radio open-line pro- gram. "Thai would mean more than 50 per cent of the equity ownership." He said the project will be the biggest single economic stimulant in Western Canada since the development of the CPR in the late 19th century The project would cost ?5 bil lion compared the million cost of developing th St. Lawrence Seaway. TROIS-iUVIEKES. Quo. (CP) Prime Minister Tnidcau re- affirmed his stand against capi- tal punishment during a brief visit Tuesday lo this St. Law- rencc River community. Speaking on an open-line pro- gram broadcast on radio sta- tion C11LN from a school gym- nasium, Mi'. Trudcau told a young male culler Hint he would "probably vole for aboli- lion again" when the question of whether to reinstate the death penalty comes up in the Commons later tliis year. Capital punishment was abol o in 1967. Mr. '1'radcau, then jberal justice minister, voted o do away witli hanging. Ho said the question of aboli- tion is a "problem of con- ing ished for a five-year trial pc- wlu'ch depends opinions of life people's death. lie personally felt it was nec- essary to "forgive criminals" and try to rehabilitate them. "A cenlury ago they hanged men for stealing horses and we have made some progress since then." VOICES CONCERN The caller asked shouldn't Uicre be concern for the secur- ly of other Canadian citizens" "Should wo cars causc a lot of are killed traffic Mr. 1'nideau asked in return. There always would crime but statistics show that tile (ieatli penalty has no effect in significantly reducing the num- ber of murders. Most of Hie one-hour program ,vas taken up with questions on old-ago pensions, unemploy- ment insurance and local prob- lems such as ship building. Mr. Trudeau also repealed his dis- taste for separatism. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere ENTS OUNCCi cnliuo, umij Hiiitf i deter- mine in advance the effect which the big utility would have on the social life of native peoples in the Val- ley. Mr. Ktanfield sairl i- would government very clear guidelines about the operation of CrfAvn corporations gener- ally, and Ihe CDC particu- larly." said Mr. Stanfield. IT.e lender the Tnidr-au swcrn- with tlir- vill his objective tr>