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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID _ Friday., I, 1972 Strom critical policies EDMONTON" (CP'i Oppo L Harry Strom Thur r _, r.iy ihe e-cor.omic po a c-: tr.c provir.cial govern- p; ard said Premier Pe: e 3 ed and his go icreasc taxes or cut' Ballard charges before courts OTTAWA Charges o Lncoir.e lax evasion agaiiL. Eallard. president Leaf Gardens, are soli cefore "he courts, a is ser.-irg a year science KT theft irsAid cf :'rom 'he Gd. Tne tax evasion charges in- volve I: a conviction La a jail sentence is mandatory. The la'.v call? for a minimum of 60 days plus ic e Mr. a record Deficit the promises oE cv" of LIT? go v em- Strom expressed a concern about the deficit. 1 just can't go on." -w an increase in liquor to become effective Jan. a prelude of thbgs 10 c "e Strom also questioned the bookieecinz system of the provincial government, which mc-r.ey from tru5t _ fis to pay debts or -Co1 auditor C. K. e ad when re releas- ed e p interim fman- statemed this week that the matter oi using trust funds is under examinauon. The deficit for the first sis rr.onihs of 1972 '.vas SL70 nulion, Mr. Huckvale said in his :e- 'Rogers stays C? f' as state secretary WASHINGTON' CAP) Pres- dcr.i Mxon has decided to keep V-i'Uam P. Rogers on as state secretary, but has reshuffled several top positions at "le de- partment, the White House an- ruMr.ced today. Presidential press secretary Ror.aM L. Zieglcr said Kenneth deputy secretary of defence, will be nominated as deputy secretary- of state, sec- ond-highest post in the depart- ment. He will succeed John L. Ir.rir.. Wi'.jiam J. Casev, chairman of the U.S. Securities and Ex- Commission, will be un- dersecretary of state for eco- affairs, a newly-createc po _r. Ziegler also announced that J. Porter, cow a ne- gotiator at the Paris peace Hill be nominated as un dersecretary of state for politi cal affairs, succeeding U I Alexis Johnson. Both Johnson and Iruin have reen to take on other as sisr.ments, which they are con- HSSOIN ADDICTION I5N T A CRIME cf Itcsf H -e.'g 'seres c rr.edica! preb'sir. s.-ev.cei .he crug to cddUU, ireiurlrg a e: Cead why this Sc1u-dcy IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HSRALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE POPULATION CLUSTER Nearly 30 per cent o! Manl- tcba's population of about oce rr.iliion live within ICO miles 01 the U.S. border. WE'LL DELIVER BY DEC. DOUBLE WIDE "SQUIRE" 24'x56' over 1150 sq. ft. of home 3 bedrooms, broodloom throughout, beautifully W furnished, wifh traditional decor. COME IN AND MAKE US AN OFFER Whether on c form, small acreage or in the city. This Is tha home for all at a price you can afford. Enjoy Christmas in a luxurious KW1DAY MOVIE WESTERN: "Man of the 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A lough tale of three people held captive by outlaws in 1374 Texas. CRIME DRAMA: The Streets of San Francisco, p.m., Ch. 13. Tha story of two men used by two women who shared an apartment ard they, the women, turn up dead. CARTOON: Santa Cla'is If Coming to Town, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. A seasonal favorite returns with Frc-d Astaire and Mickey Rooney joining in a musical fantasy. COMEDY: Sonny and Cher, Ch. 13. Andy Griffith is the special guest in a spoof of TV ethnic sit- coms. COMEDY: All In Ihe Family, p.m., Ch. 7. Wom- en's lib and a flaring appendix add up to agony lor JOke. MOVIE COMEDY: "The Couple Takes a p.m., Ch. 13. Tne wife quits housework for a job, a do- mestic is hired and a romantic triangle results. DOCUMENTARY: "la Search of 10 p.m., Ch. T. Tne five basic needs of man are probed with film from different parts of the world prosing this theory. CRIME DRAMA: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch, 13. "Holiday With Terror" is a kidnapping with a new victim be- lieves she's on a weekend vacation. MO ME DRAMA: "Grand 12 midnight, Ch. T. The personal and professional problems of drivers on tht Grand Prix circuit. SATURDAY SPORT: Grey Cup Parade, 10 a.m., Cn. 7 and 13. Grey Cup Festival on Channel 7 at a.m. with highlights of the week's celebration in Hamilton. KUNK THE CONOUCTOR-Tetevision's famous Colonel Klink, Werner Klemperer chats with Hamilton Philharmonic conductor Boris Brott after working out wish orchestra in Hamilton. Klemperer, who is starring in Sound of Music aj O'Keefe Centre in Toronto, is just one of many famous 'non-musicians' who have been appearing with symphony orchestras recently. Probe election donation Still a few 72's left at a few dollars over cost! UNITS ON DISPLAY Enter your name in Free Draw MEDITERRANEAN CHESTERFIELD SUITE OPEN AU WEEKEND Free choice of Chrisfmas present every unif purchased. LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENT UP TO 20 YEAR FINANCING NITED BECAUSE YOU PAY LESS AT (OMSIO-[ OF UNITED MOTORS CO. ITE-; Corner 3rJ A.vo end Scenic Drive o.ron from A i Phone 327-1730 or 327-0322 TORONTO CCP) Attorney- General Daiton EaJes told the legislature Thursday he has or- dered "a full and thorough" in- vestigation into the Fitiinam af- fair. Opposition members, who had anded the investigation into the electior. donation (On'srio) made to EYcrgrcSsive Conservative cam- paign coffers, greeted an- nofjncemerit with approval. vci'jld assure Ire that there is consideration that will be altogether excluded that is tha repercussion o( j my decL'ston upon my or my 'party's or the govern- ment's political fortunes.11 Tuesday, Albert Roy (L-Ot- tawa East) suggested the Crim- inal Code may have been breached whca the company contributed to the party when the govemnvent- coritroHed Workmen's Com- pensation Board had approved 2 miliicn loan to the com- pany and 'rvoyld be the major tenan t in a mj ilion planned by the com- pany. Mr. Bales refuac-d to commit himself until Thursday when he said he had instructed lav; offi- to Investi gate "to ascertain j whether or not there has been a 1 breach of the criminal Jobs program set TORONTO Ontario j a million pro- i in diy to produce en estimated ;oh3 during trj; peak ter inoatbi. to run from to would otivenrise receive unemployrcect CKt SM mjiiior, and create jobs. j M Eke-work programs within the goverTiment's rr.irj.vtriea would cost S15 nuliion day to 31, 1973. app.'jxi- i proy.dir.2 another jo'as. mstes the provir.ce's make- j wirk pro- work project which ahout 'i-fyjifi include imprbvc- million srxl aji es-1 to psrfa, foresj; tirnaU-d Ir. the program. TrfesriUr'rr MacN'auEh- ton said plans have 'tfun in res'jir.ess" for several ir.or.ihs an fecera! to com- bat wirter ii.-empIoymeT.t. TORONTO fCP) Ha- GrjUno mast proceed on Its i ber, 44, projran'.ming director OITJ that "r.o of the National Arts Centre m federal program for winter un- Ottawa, is the co-director employment vriU be forthcom- of the National of Can- ing." j arfa. Ontaro's plan, similar to last] Mr. Hater hai a Song will provide 100 per cent' i. director of ballet ballet, starting td local goverrimeri'A for first in 'S3! as prod'ocuotj stage hiring rnaiisger. HOUSE of BOOKS Ltd, to announce to its customers that JAMES G. MacGREGOR author of A History of Alberta be in the store to autograph copies of his book. TUESDAY, DEC. 5, P.M. go Farther HOMES of BOOKS Ltd. iT. S, PHONE 328-5383 Out moil orderi money ert.'ar plut w.lf mall wi your or monly crdgr. ANGLO'S Radio listings Programs ere Kited by the radio and tdmition nations. Any variation in program Kheduh It ta tan- miriufv changes by the ftaHons and is not the respon- sibility Of the Herald or Anglo Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC FRIDAY MIGHT Dave Kir-3 CJOC fWrtw, D ai Va ta n r Far m t ri S a r, ,5 C a' i _ Ur.t Jc-kr. ,Vi ".t if CHEC FM MOW, THRU JAT. e; i v: E --i ttl-'fiV'r CJf K.K (Esa Radio 1010 FRIDAY IMS 4 V.eer. 5 :i Ecird K-A1 ]j'jy; -X SATURDtY v.yr'-; ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS PHOTO CONTEST 1972 WINNERS We ere pUasstJ lo iri D'jr 1972 Corr.setiiitr. judged by of o-' c-.i I'jcged e.i c 30 pciril bciri. r-e 5er.icr Diviiicrv frere were 3 ecregorici end crs c'cu fcr Ti-.e de- ciiiin cf I'r.t ['jdqet li ill eoeh SI5 Gifl Mention 510 Gifl fORTRAITS li( Pme JOYCE Hon. Mention 0. S. JOHNSTON STIU UFE lit Pfize IEH EACH Honorabli XOHHJ J. FISKO 1st Pfiie D. S. JOHNSTON Hcnorabls Mention JOYCE JUrJiOR DIVISIOM _ lit Prlio JAY MASTIH Honorable Msntion BRUCE COMSTOCK ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Centel Open Thurt. and Fri. Til 9 p m. Chriitmai for your 419 5fh ST. S, PHONE 323-6661 PER5ONALIY SERVICE EVERTTHING SEU" CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cohlevlsion Ch. 6) FRIDAY V .3'. 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