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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2g THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 20, 1971 Oil may be chips in poker game EDMONTON (CP) A meet- ing of federal and provincial ministers o[ finance in Ottawa next month will be "a tough one" for Alberta, says Don Getty, minister of federal and intergovernmental affairs. He said Alberta's main con- cern is that its oil and gas in- dustry might become one of the "chips" in a Canada-U.S. poker game over the U.S. 10-per-cent snrchange on imports. "If he (Prime Minister Tru- ahout it because if you restrict oil and gas exports you are go ing to restrict Alberta." Mr. Getty, expected to sub- mit most of Alberta's major presentations at the Ottawa conference Nov. 1 and 2, said the province is preparing a posi- tion paper on tax-sharing and federal provincial fiscal ar- rangements. It will be the first such meet- ing for the Progressive Conser- vative government which upset the Social Credit administration rne social uremt aciminisuauon dean) wants to use these com-1 jn the Aug 30 provincial elec- modities ,we want to know all lion. Police prevent woman from submitting plea OTTAWA (CP) Police Tuesday prevented a young American woman delivering a pica to Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin that she be reunited with her Russian husband. Deborah Brackman Krem- niov, 22, came from her home in Great Neck, N.Y. to plead her case before the premier during his tour of Canada. On Aug. 17 she married Val- erii Ivanovitch Kremniov in Leningrad, but he was drafted into the army and she left the country after being denied a residence permit. Her hus- band had been a medical stu- dent, but was dropped from medical school after missing an examination to be with her. Mrs. Kremniov was taking a language course hi the So- viet Union when she met her husband-io-be. Tuesday she stood outside Premier Kosygin's hotel with a letter pleading for his help, but police surrounded her and prevented her delivering it. Mrs. Kremniov said in an interview she will try to de- liver her letter to the Soviet embassy in Ottawa. She would also make another appeal to the Soviet minister of health. She has written letters and made other visits to Soviet of- ficials, but "I think he's being punished for having married an American." Some NATO allies want Reds bounced ISOLATED GENIUS In one of his rare public appear- ances, artist Pablo Picasso sits with his wife, Jacqueline last year as they watch a bull fighl at Frejus, on the French Riviera. The genius, who stands in majestic isolation in the art world, will be 90 this week. The birthday Oct. 25 will be marked by special exhibilions and homage all over the world, but the artist is expected to ignore it all. He hates birthdays, bans talk of death and acts as if he ex- pects to reach 100. Neiv Liberal leader named FREDERICTON (CP) Rob- ert Higgins, a former economic growth minister in New Bruns- wick, won the provincial Liber- al leadership on the second bal- lot at a convention here. Mr. Higgins had 986 votes compared with 683 for John Bryden, a former deputy jus- tice minister for the province and the only other candidate on the second ballot. The convention was called after former premier Louis Robichaud resigned as leader to become chairman of the Inter- national Joint Commission. BRUSSELS (Router) -Sonic NATO allies want the expulsion of a "significant number" of So- viet citizens following official confirmation of a Communist spy network operating in Bel- glum, informed sources said. A foreign ministry statement Monday said Analoly Tchebo- tarev, a Russian trade official who disappeared from Belgium more than two weeks ago, handed over a dossier on Soviet. espionage activities in Belgium before aking for political asy- lum in the United States. The state department in Washington confirmed Monday that Tcheborarev is in the U.S., but gave no further details. Officials said the dossier con- tamed no startling new informa- tion which might call for spec- tacular, reprisals. But several countries of the 15-member Western alliance are urging the government to give a clear the shape of expul- the Soviet Union against renewing its espionage activities here, the officials said. Belgium's allies are believed to be angry at reports that Tclicbotarev was part of the secret fensive against NATO and its military wing, SHAPE, both of which are based in Belgium. Tire implication, if the reports are true, is that the Belgian government knew about the Edmonton protest march peaceful EDMONTON (CP) Organ- izers of a march through down- town Edmonton Sunday to pro- test "oppression of enslaved nations behind the Iran Cur- tain" said today the demonstra- tion will be "a quiet manifesta- tion of concern." "We wish to make it abso- lutely clear we are not against Premier Kosygin said a member of the Commit- tee Against Slavery which is organizing the march. Soviet Premier Alexei Kosy- gin is to spend a few hours in Edmonton Sunday. The group said it is concern- ed about the light in which its activities might be viewed fol- lowing public reaction to the bomb threats and the personal attack on Mr. Kosygin in Ot- tawa Monday. The organizers said the march will consist of a candle- light procession devoid of pla- cards or any other form of j demonstration. "We wish to make it known our belief that the only condi- tion under which we can ap- prove any economic or other condition between our two gov- ernments is that the oppression of enslaved nations behind the Iron Curtain cease." spying but chose not to act. Informed sources said a hand- ful of Soviet citizens working here probably would be expelled officially. Others who figure in Tchebolarev's expose and are known to have returned to Mos- cow since he defected, might be declared persona non grata. When Tcheboratev disap- peared Oct. 3, Belgian news- paper reports linked him with Oleg Lyalin, the Soviet KGB of- ficer in London, whose defection led to the British expulsions. Belgium, an active partici- pant in the search for East-West detente, as well as NATO's go- between in diplomatic dealings with Eastern Europe, is be- lieved acutely embarrassed by the affair. NATO, which moved to Brus- sels from Paris four years ago, and SHAPE, have been the centre of attention for Commun- ist espionage to Europe. The last major spy incident here was the expulsion of a Russian truck salesman, Bros! Savitch, who was said to have established an espionage net- work inside SHAPE. SIMPSONS-SEARS DuBarry Art of Beauty Contest Imagine receiving a year's supply of leading beauty pro- ducts and not having to pay a penny for it. Wouldn't that be something? We think so. That's why we've organized this contest. Drop over to the DuBarry counter at Simpsons- sears and fill out the entry form. That's pretty well it. No purchase necessary. If your name is selected, well have to ask you a time-limit, skill-testing question.. Just answer correctly and a full years supply of DuBarry beauty is yours. (Up to retail value.) Don't miss your chance. Contest closes October 30th. While at our counter be creative. Add your touch to a canvas using oil paints, and watch the painting grow. Contest winner will also receive this painting framed' While you're her these fabulous D products; a. Traruulccnt fluid make up. b. Translucent make-up stick, c. Translucent face powder d. Translucent pressed powder. Translucent blushing powdei take a few moments to try irry Moisture Petals make-up 3.00 3.50 3.75 3.95 3.00 4.00 Have a chat with Mrs. Susan Colwell. She can answer any questions you may want to ask abouf Moisture Petals make-up. She can even recommend the one musf suitable for you. Mrs. Colwell will be at DuBarry counter from October 21st to October 30. STORE HOURS; Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centra Village. Telephone Spectacular For 3 Days Only! Carpet your big action areas and save The saving on an average order of 40 sq. yds. from coast to coast October is floor fashion month at Simpsons-Sears Save sq. yd on Acrilarf Twist Broadloom A Floor Fashion Monlli spectacular! Magnificent Acrilan is the happy housewife's carpel. With good reason! Desicned to .iccenI gracious livinr it'sp.real in family rooms with a pile thai fights tnillic, dampens noise; R citrpet to put in places prone to spills mid remove wilh a damp sponge. Moth and mildew proof, too. And non- allcrgcnic. All lliis, wilh six dcrornlorcolours, and Acrilan 'Royal Twist' toys the proiiiulwnrk tnr new Jasliion selling in >our home 1ODAY. 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