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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Pelletier made no protest about using cuss word OTTAWA Secre- tary Gerard Pellelicr denied yesterday thai lip made any complaint about his appearance on an open-lino raido program where liis use of a vulgar ex- pression allowed lo go out on the air. John Diefenbakcr Prince Albert) in the Commons referred to Mr. Pellclier's ap- pearance on CFICJR Calgary March 28, saying: Plan big hiugo at Colemau COLKMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman Volunteer Fire Brig- ade Chief Henry Zak has an- nounced the brigade will hold a silver dollar bingo in the Elks Hall Monday, May 15. Silver dollars will be the prizes. The evening's entertainment uil! include one for V5 dollars; five games for 12 sil- ver dollars: and nine games for ft) silver doilars. "The minister used vile lan- guage over the station when he thought the line was rot open, and when he found out the line was open he was annoyed." Mr. Diefcn baker asked whether Mr. Pclletier com- plained lo station owners "with the result that a broadcaster was removed from Ins office." Mr. Pelletier said he made no complaint. Describing the incident out- side the House, Mr. Pelletier told a reporter that his slip into vulgarity came when lie thought the program had finished. He said the program moderator asked about a saying current in Alherta that everything done in Ottawa had to be approved by Prime Minister Trudeau, He- gional Economic Expansion Minister Jean Marchand and Mr. Pelletier, Mr. Pelletier said he could provide a short answer to that one am! did, saying: "Bullshit, absolute bullshit." The comment went out on the air. Find for idled CANMOHK (CP) LI t tic success was reported yuslur- day in efforts to find new johs or relocate 2G laid off April 7 by Canmore Mines Ltd. Company officials and Local 7297 of Uie United Mine Work- ers Union believe it be at least a month before the men could be rchircd. Twenty-five others were laid off last fall when Japanese demand f o r Canmore coal slackened, (ml some have been reliired. "A great deal depends on negotiations currently under said Walter Riva, gen- eral manager of Canmore mines. He was referring to company efforts to bargain with Japanese buyers for new pacts lo purchase additional coal from the Canmore opera- SIDE Mr. Hiva suit! talks could he completed with Japanese nego- tiators during the first two weeks of May, ''but if WR don't You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland work miners meet success, it coul'l be much longer." If tlie talks arc successlnl, Mr. Hiva expects all the work- ers affected by layoffs lo be rehired if they were still avail- able. But Ed Fisher, secretary- treasurer of Ihe union, was more- pessimistic about a quick return to work. "I don't think anybody will get back to work before July al Ihe he said, Even if the company pro- ceeds with opening a new min- ing area as planned, it will take time to employ all oi those affected by layoffs, Mr. Fisher said, because some senior em- ployees could be transferred first. The union has been unable to help the unemployed work' ci's financially and is having trouble finding them jobs else- where. flesities the decline In mar- kets, particularly in Japan, the company is faced with prob lems in moving the coal it hap produced. "We have a stockpile o[ about said Mr. Hiva, adding the company has only about tons at this time of year, Royal Trust buys equity MONTREAL (CVt Hoys! Trust Co. here announced ac- quisition of a 10-per-ccnt eq- uity in the Bank for Investment and Credit Ltd. of Zurich, Switzerland. The company said the acqui- sition follows the Swiss govern- ment's approval of the acquisi- tion. Bank for Investment and Credit Ud. specializes in Euro banking, with facilities being provided primarily to major in- ternational companies. You're looking the cockpit of a Celica ,ST. The hot little hardtop from Toyota. The Ccticn is a car you'll want to drive just for the pure pleasure of it all. And the Celica has it all. Luxurious interior. Full instrumentation. Powerful 2 litre O.H.C. engine. In fact once you've .seen it you'd expect it to have a long IJst of costly options. Instead it has a Ions' list of standard equipment in- cluding radial tiresand an radio. It looks like one of those high perform- ance cars. But it doesn't cost like one. Surprising us it may seem, the Celica ST costs less than And that's for everything. So it isn't surprising you couldn't guess what it is. Now that yon know, drive a Celica ST and really be surprised. Uiili Toyota cars are sold and serviced from coast to coast in Canada and throughout the world. Suggested retail price J3.398.00. F.O.B. Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and Monctoni local freight, licence and provincial tax extra. UTHBR1DGE o Tel. 327-3165, 327-3711 ICARDSTON I MILK RIVER I TABER Wolff Son Equipment Ltd.JKenway Toyota I Box 760 Tel. Box 399 Tel. 647-3838, 647-39391 Box 1008 Tel. 223.343 Smart Shop 1POLLY Wday, April 71, 1972 THH tETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 White or Brown, sliced, fresh 20-oz. net wt. loaf I Strawberry Jain Luncheon Meats Ice Cream Flaked Tuna Empress Homo or Chunk Style 48-oz, net wt. tin1 4 delicious flavours Savoy 6Vi-oz. net wt. tin Su jar ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED Sa ad Dressing Ground Sugar White Flour iEEF STEAK GOLDEN YELLOW Robrn Hood All Purpose Paper bag 20-lbs. Safeway All Purpose 1-lb. pkg. T-Bone, Club, Sirloin Canada Choice Canada Good Boneless Chuck Canada Choice Canada Good Beef NEW CROP ASPARAGUS Imported California Canada No. 1 Bananas Golden Yellow Prices Effective in Lethbridge April 21-22 We Reservo the Right fo limil Quantitiej SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY L1M ;