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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta a THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday. SATURDAY Assistant Manager's SUPER SAVERS LIMITED QUANTITIES Merchandise on Sale Friday 6 to 9 p.m., and Saturday a.m. to 6 p.m. to 11 :00 a.m. SKILLIT R1STAURANT EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST strips bacon. -2 eggs. CA0 -2 pc. toast. I 69 YOU CAN WIN A TRANSISTOR RADIO FILL IN AN ENTRY BLANK AT OUR SKILLET RESTAURANT Perma Press BROADCLOTH -Discontinued fabric. -45" wide. -Washable----- P BOYS'AND GIRLS' SLIMS O.77 Styles styles. Shot Gun Shells -Size 4, 5, 6, 7V2. gauge. in Czechoslovakia. 1 .88 45 R.P.M. RECORDS -Assorted popular hits..... c ASSORTED WESTERN L.P. RECORDS -Popular and instrumentals. 99 15 MINUTE SPECIALS SPOT PRIZES Free Balloons for the kiddies. Free Gold Fish for kiddies. Accompanied By Parents When you make a or more credit purchase you will Receive A Free Blanket or Set of Dishes ONE SIZE Knee High Nylons Colors for 16 PC. IRONSTONE DINNERWARE LADIES' PILE SLIPPERS -Sizes S.M.L. 1 .46 SALAD BOWLS -Setting for 4. -Reg. 14.96 11 -Orange, blue, A A green. -Reg. 7.97 6 KITCHEN CHROME CHAIR BAR STOOLS -Vinyl cover seats. -Assorted colors..... 4 .44 -Vinyl seat covers. f" A A -Chrome finished legs............ 5 MOD ART PILLOWS FURNITURE THROWS filled. 98 -70x60 -70x90 -70x120 -70x140 ON STANLEY CUP HOCKEY GAME BLACK AND DECKER CIRCULAR SAW -Saturday Special 9 combination blade. -1 Vz h.p. motor. 22 DRILL TOOL CADDY 1600 LINE PAINT drill with accessories. -Reg. 24.95 18 and semi-gloss. 3 Zellers County Fair Open Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 NDP out to 'get' Alberta By PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The federal New Democratic Party appears ready and maybe even place Alberta on the sacrificial altei in order to make som.e short ..term-par-.- tisan political gam In fact, the federal party would probably be quite will- ing "to sacrifice its only elected .representative in the Rocky Mountain province, MLA Grant Notley, if an all- out campaign against Alber- ta s energy policies offered the possibility of quick political gam in Eastern Canada Both NDP Leader David Lewis and party energy critic T C Douglas, the former pre- mier of Saskatchewan, have spent the last week or so cam- paigning in and out of the Commons against the billion Syncrude Canada Ltd project at the Athabasca tar sands The fact that the project would both directly and in- directly provide thousands of new jobs in Alberta apparent ly means little to the federal NDP since few of those per- sons occupying the new jobs would be likely to vote for the socialist party either federal- ly or provmcially Mr Douglas has been de- manding that Ottawa refuse to give any exemptions from various two-price or export tax policies for oil produced from the gigantic tar sands project exemptions Syn- crude says are essential to the project's economic viability Mr Lewis, meanwhile, has described the Syncrude pro- ject has having the smell of another mammoth resources sellout that should be headed off before it happens Mr Lewis opposition to the agreement reached between Syncrude and Premier Peter Lougheed's Pro- gressive Conservative government should surprise no one who has studied the political scene with some care The New Democrats have always been suspicious of Al berta During the 1940s and 1950s when socialism was making gains throughout Canada Al- bertans ignored the trend and stayed firmly with their Social Credit government During the 1960s and 1970s when the provincial NDP the loss for a while of their build-up that resulted in cap tunng the provincial govern- ments of Manitoba, British Columbia and recapturing Saskatchewan Alberta dumped Social Credit but stayed clearly to the right by electing Mr Lougheed and his revitalized Conservatives Federally, Alberta went all out last October and elected 19 out of 19 Conservatives NDP representation in the provin- cial legislature still stands at only one seat that of provin- cial leader Notley The fact that Mr Notley is a bright aggressive and well Penthouse issue obscene EDMONTON (CP) Penthouse Magazine's February issue seized from Provincial News Co was rul- ed obscene today in Alberta Supreme Court by District Court Judge Roger Kerans The judge ordered all copies of the issue which had been seized be forfeited to the crown Judge Kerans said the issue was not really general interest magazine with some reference to sex "The bulk of the work before me is devoid of any purpose save commercial gam The trial on the charges of obscenity began at the end of August and took two full days of hearings SPREADING THE MANURE PROJECT WATERLOO, Ont (CP) A University of Waterloo re- search team has approached the federal and provincial governments for support in es- tablishing a model project on a farm to extract fuel from manure The professors say the use of methane gas, a byproduct of human and animal waste, as a fuel has been feasible for many years, but so far the cost of the system has, -invented serious research liked MLA who will quite like- ly lose his seat in a provincial election if Albertans suddenly feel the NDP national policies are against their own interests, doesn't really matter to the federal party Its big area of scope is in Central Canada where it may make gains by "scare" tactics convincing voters that unless something is done about Alberta and its energy policies industrial and domestic users will somehow freeze in the cold or be cheated Calgary Centre MP Harvie Andre, an engineering profes sor, has already noted that if you echo a false statement enough times some people will eventually believe it to be true He has named Mr Douglas in particular for do- ing this in regard to energy matters Federal NDP MPs are al- ready jumping for joy because they believe they have forced the federal government to ac- cept some of their demands relating to energy matters Whether this is true is a matter for dispute, but many NDP supporters now believe that because the minority Liberal government is so dependent on their support to stay in office the situation in Ottawa has already become one of the tail wagging the dog' NOTHING TO LOSE By expounding its "scare" view about Alberta's energy policies the federal party has nothing to lose within Alberta ana perhaps a lot to gam out- side the province Inside Alberta, all that Mr Lewis' anti-Albertan cam- paign can do is cost them one provincial seat A sad loss for the Alberta legislature perhaps but of little conse quence compared to the gams the federal party might make out of the situation Hence, Albertans can prob ably expect a lot of huffing and puffing on energy matters from the federal NDP aimed at making Albertans look like the "bad guys who really couldn t care about anyone else in Canada and the NDP looking like the knight in shin- ing armour astride a white horse come to save the day DAVID LEWIS GRANT NOTLEY T C DOUGLAS Election cost million OTTAWA (CP) The last federal election campaign probably cost about million, Prof K Z Paltiel, a Carleton University political scientists said Thursday He arrived at his figure by adding the 4 million spent by Chief Electoral Officer Jean Marc Hamel on the mechanical operation of the vote and an estimated million spent by the four political parties and their 118 candidates "I don't think anybody knows the whole truth about what it cost, not even the political parties themselves, he said "But this is an in their campaign costs and because it's unlikely they told the whole truth about their budgets Prof Paltiel doesn't consider the figures firm VOTE "NO" ON DISEASE GIVE THE UNITED WAY Thanks to you its working formed guess Prof Paltiel says he relies heavily on the political parties themselves "It's remarkable that I'm able to get the information I he said, paying tribute to the grey figures in political back rooms who are his prime sources of information The Oct 30, 1972, election, which ended almost in a dead heat between the Liberals and Conservatives, was probably the most expensive in history Prof Paltiel said it cost about 46 per cent more than the one in 1968 Only about 75 per cent of candidates We returns on CANADIAN SEA CADETS NAVY LEAGUE CADETS Mondays at p.m. WRENETTES Tuesdays at p.m. 10th ave. and St. S. If you have reached your 13th birthday (but not your 18th) If you are physically fit and mentally alert If you would like to learn to sail to swim (or improve your swimming) to handle a rifle to save a life (perhaps your own) If you would like to avail yourself of our summer courses in Canadian Forces training establishments or training with the Canadian Coast Guard If you would like a chance to taste life at sea on a training cruise in foreign waters in a Canadian Forces ship If you are interested in qualifying for a Navy League scholarship to help defray your first years tuition fees at the college or university of your choice There's a Billet for YOU in the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets If any of these things appeal to you old style He opened up the north with baling wire, canvas and courage-and maybe the thought of Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner waiting when he made it back home. Alberta's original Pilsner has logged a lot of miles and quenched a lot of thirsts in nearly fifty years; and it tastes as good today as it did way-back-when. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men who appreciate the down-to-earth flavour of an honest, old-time beer. Try it TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF ;