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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August Chief whip reappointed ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents The Hit Musical DAMN YANKEES (A Dick Mells Production) YATES CENTRE AUGUST 20 to 24 p.m. Matinee August 24, p.m. Tickets at Leister's OTTAWA (CP) Tom Le- tebvre Liberal MP for Pon- tiac was re-appointed chief government whip Friday by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau Mr Lefebvre, a 47-year-old Ottawa Valley service station operator was government whip in the last Parliament As whip he is primarily responsible lor ensuring that Liberal MPs> are on hand for Commons votes The job won t carry the same strains it did in the last Parliament when the Liberals with a minority of 109 seats had to make every vote count and rely on NDP support AUG. 12th 17th 'Gary and the Hi-Landers' at the MINERS' 733-13thSt. N. Members and Invited Guests Only CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND SEE Disneyland Los Angeles San Francisco Las Vegas San Diego Tijuana (Mexico) Salt Lake Cuv Great Falls Etc INCLUDES Transposition Nightly Accomo dation Tours of San Francisco and Los Angeles Las Vegas Bonus Hi Neighbour Party much DEPARTS Sept 7 8. Oct 5th Escorted 15 Fun-Filled Days ARIZONA-CALIFORNIA Departing Nov 2nd from TRANS CANADA MARITIMES 28 Days Departing Aug 31 (Due to illness a few seats now available) from from from S 299 709 FIEE MOCHUKE Call Opirattr (no chirgi) Ask for Zinith 06061 207 Krisgi Bldg. Edmonton, Alberta A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 Ford children listen Members of President Gerald R. Ford's family sit in the audience of the East Room at the White House Friday after their father was sworn in as the 38th U S President From left are Michael, John, Cayle, a daughter-in-law million sought for Indian housing VANCOUVER (CP) Delegates to the National In- uian Brotherhood conference here gave their support to a brief calling for at least million over the next five vears to improve Indian hous- ing in Canada The brief submitted by the NIB housing working com- mittee, says approximately THE Sunday Crossword k I ni--% null I .In. .I Ill rl It Ili-pii Crossword N S SOHKHJl F IS Mauni H ImobMm rt ti t I ROS1- i irtor r irts mbr P ll i s vi s 01 Br i Si r ir ni r f t 18 Us r iv >r ur list suit 84 r x I if Rosi )r r iv JS Ant i nt It t '39 VI I in i s hush 3nd 4f Snrts Ml SI m hnmt 112 Arborr 16 Pr loun for Pi t] 'e 17 A ic s s sorrow 18 li x of irtlf 9 Tuqbo jnd Orphdf ?n Rpbprcd and Nathaniel ?6 Bfforcsol or spare ?8 Manoletp s hef rs Aft r borr b u or our Abbols jic f s Ha'ry S spurn intt Norm Aspec I K nd o' hrdkt goody h itf s R Graves Bobby s river Lamblike Ray qun sound Steirhen snenalty 'n ex lusion trv businr ssm.m 56 Yt rirnmqs 57 Prood of phi isar s S9 Vliisiral PO kmrjs hi loan s p iintinqs h4 Hedqrs F 67 Trouble 68 BfSI 69 Synqman s home abbr All I want is somewhere ACROSS .Jl hv Janet 1 P rk ns or Sunuiu rvil t j S wrft 8 Boomer s Okla rival iO Cameroons "bf 1 Sissy 3 HypOfV mi 17 kinq or oil m Brooklyn 18 Rain rhprk '0 Mdturf arorn 1 Tdvf rn I lebfrati mil( h f t, ?4 You ire Lat n for atips ?6 Miss America rountprpart1 ?8 Praise fir archbishop ?9 O wildprnpss wprp Paradise Fit, 32 Partdlf Ti lalopv 01 smokpr t'! Sailors tipplf Put on cargo Miser 41 Po t 53 Errtto itt iqdtt doyen1 47 Simian or plfm Untrr dpn LirirtPn e q 50 Intonp 51 Next to Wash S3 Edging S6 Basic topic voters gpt worked up nn hO Anon 63 Gaifty 8S Truly PhaucpriHi Lilting train n9 Stella 71 Pieces out Barbarian 74 Pallid 75 77 Present a nitinq view 79 Knock out 81 Charity 8? Powder for short 84 Scat SR Possess or confess 87 Anne de Reaupre e n Am oyinq Ahr in im s brotht r Ch irlestoi s st itf ihbr 78 Of cigrin s for short Vanya s kin 8f) Dyers pment To the poet never 90 Paul 11 Pinprogram to be designed so an ndian person can take them wer Necessary training for his must be provided it says The NIB annual conference also adopted a position paper calling for a broad plan ot action to alleviate the social and economic problems fac- ed off-reserve Indians The paper presented by the Urban Indian Association of Liberia Saskatchewan and Manitoba calls for some form A long-range planning to help ndianb who move into the city adjust to urban life bakes price CALGARY (CP) The Calgary Herald Friday an- nounced a two-thirds increase the price of the paper's weekend editions effective Aug 20 The increase on single copy sale price from 15 cents to 25 cents was forced by what the >aper called "rising costs The weekly subscription price of 75 cents remains un- hanged, as does the daily price of 15 cents a copy Brain eater suspended JERUSALEM (AP) An Israeli medical student ate a human brain to win a bet and has been suspended trom Jerusalem s Hebrew Umver- toi two years, a umversi- tv spokesman .said today He said similar punishment was handed lour students who accepted the offender's bet that he could swallow the brain Antique Bygone Sale Saturday, August 17th, 1-00 pm Viewing Friday, August 16th, 7 to 10 p m Catalogues available AUCTION BLOCK 2507 2nd Ave N. Phone 327-1222 LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 numbers..... 10th game Blackout in 58 nos. ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Relax in air conditioned comfort LETHBRIDGE JAYCEE'S 1974 BAR OF GOLD WINNER is ALAN KOYATA of Lethbridge He is pictured above receiving his award at a presentation ceremony held recently On the left is Rosalind Wojtowicz, Miss Gold Bar Winner Alan Koyata, Tracy Dow, gold bar chairman and Val Serbu, gold bar princess The Lethbridge Jaycees wish to thank all those who supported us in Gold Bar 1974 project and offer special thanks to the following: The Lethbridge Herald CHEC Radio CFCNTV CJOC Radio TV de Jourdans Studios College Mall College Cinema Marquis Hotel Great West Tire Downtown Businessmen Bank of Nova Scotia SALES REPRESENTATIVES Xerox of Canada Ltd. has additional openings for successful Sales Rep- resentatives interested in a challenging and rewarding career with a dynamic company. The responsibilities in this high-level position include analysing customer needs, devising systems and introducing new products to facilitate their operations. 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