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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 5, 1974 Deputy minister shifting swings into high gear OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau's program for shifting his deputy ministers swung into high gear Wednesday with three resignations. Tuesday, he had one resignation and one deputy minister was transferred. Wednesday, it was announc- ed that letters of resignation had been received from James Grandy, 55, deputy minister of industry, trade and commerce; Sydney Williams, 62, deputy minister of agriculture; and Herb Balls, 64, deputy minister of services. Announced late Tuesday as resigning was Sol Simon Reis- man, a strong deputy minister of finance who said he is leav- ing for a new career outside government. Earlier, Mr. Trudeau an- nounced that Basil Robinson, deputy minister of Indian af- fairs and northern develop- ment for four years, was returning to his old depart- ment of external affairs as the No. 2 man. All four departing deputies are eligible for pensions and all have agreed to remain in office until March 31 when successors will be es- tablished. Mr. Robinson replaces E. A. (Ed) Ritchie, 57, who is in hospital following a heart at- tack and stroke. Mr. Ritchie will be given a new govern- ment appointment after further recovery. Southern Alberta needs a John Deere Dealer. Are you interested in a good business opportunity John Deere is the largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment in the world. And we're looking for an enterprising businessman to sell our broad range of machines and products m Southern Alberta. If you're interested in being that man, please contact Mr W. T (Bill) Quinney, Division Sales Manager, John Deere Limited, P.O. Box 8800, Regina, Sask. Call collect: JOHN DEERE The movement at this level of the public service is in keeping with Mr. Trudeau's program of shuffling senior personnel so they can get ex- perience in other departments. However, he "regretted the departure of so many experienced and highly qualified deputy ministers at one time." The announcements imme- diately increased rumors about the so-called "revolt of the which, was alleged after Mr. Trudeau an- nounced in early October that Michael Pitfield, his long- time friend, would be the new clerk of the privy council. The 37-year-old Mr. Pitfield, now studying at Harvard, is deputy minister of consumer affairs. But there was no indication that this affected the decisions of the four deputies to quit before normal retirement. Mr. Reisman is said to be considering several offers in private industry and he said "it seems timely now to consider a new career out- side of government." Mr. Williams said neither Mr. Pitfield's appointment, nor any other factor within government "had any bearing whatever" on his decision to leave the department. YAMAHA ORGANS New and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 Boiling mad Angry woman pickets Vancouver headquarters -of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers. She and two other women were protesting Wednesday a strike by boilermakers which shut down con- struction projects where their husbands work. Your best Christmas yet... KitchenAid dishwasher and a portable humidifier from Eaton's This front-load KitchenAid gets right to work 419 99 White It's a portable. As soon as Eaton's delivers the de luxe KitchenAid you can put it to work Features Hobart Hydro-Sweep wash and Flo-Thru fan drying. Has two cycles (regular and space-saving racks with ad- justable divider, automatic rinse dispenser and detergent bins for top-performance. Buy this por- table KitchenAid dishwasher on your Eaton Account today! Color 429.99 Air bag future in doubt TORONTO (CP) The future of the air bag, a controversial safety device for automobile drivers and passengers, is in doubt, of- ficials of General Motors say. It's an expensive option for the buyer and a costly item for the manufacturer, said a spokesman for General Motors of Canada Ltd. And few motorists are buying it, he added Wednesday in an interview. GM is one of the first automobile manufacturers to offer air bags as an op- only on its top-of- the-line cars, Cadillac, Buick and Oldsmobile. Only 50 air Air Cushion Restraint System by sold in Canada in 1974 cars, and 91 so far in 1975 models. GM expected a big demand for the air bag but it hasn't materialized. "Its future is pretty much in a GM official in Detroit said. "We may have to scrap it. The public hasn't taken to air bags at all." The Canadian GM spokesman said the company is not promoting the air bag because it's an expensive op- tion. It is being offered as "a public service, sort of." Air bags cost each, he said. They can be used only once and must be replaced at the cost of in the event of an accident. And it costs the company about to make and install each unit in a car. "Of course, it's all worth it if it saves your he said. The inflatable air bag is a by GM at a cost of must respond to an emergency in milliseconds, faster than the flickering of an eyelid. Sensors mounted under the front bumper activitate the in- flation of the nylon-mesh bags that sit beneath the dashboard The bags deflate almost immediately to permit occupants of the car to escape after a collision. Driver fined in death case NELSON, B.C. (CP) Rosco Michael Fruno, 21, of Vancouver was fined yesterday and prohibited from driving in Canada for three years after he was found guil- ty of dangerous driving here. The charge arose from an accident near Salmo, B.C., 20 miles south of here Aug. 29 in which a 32-year-old minister, Carl Haimila and his six- week-old daughter Carla, of Edson, Alta were killed This KitchenAid is a built-in 459 99 White EATON'S It's the KitchenAid Imperial. The built-in dishwasher with the quality features you want. cycles, Hydro-Sweep wash, soace-maker racks with adjustable dividers, Flo- Thru fan drying. Exclusive SaniGuard filter, dual detergent and rinse dispensers 24" wide, deep, high. 459.99. Color 469.99. Appliances, Second Floor Buy Line 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Tonight (Thursday) until 9 and Friday to 9 for Christmas buys. Use your Eaton Account for convenient shopping. Jgt, "Eaton's special moment witKyou 50 per cent salary raises urged for MPs OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment is studying recommendations from an in- formal parliamentary com- mittee which suggests that MPs be given salary increases of about 90 per cent but, as yet, there has been no official reaction. The Mac- Guigan (L-Windsor-Walk- Heath Macquarrie Stuart Leggatt West- minster) and Andre Fortin discussed the subject with their caucus members and made recommendations to Mitchell Sharp, privy council presi- dent. The committee was not offi- cially established by Parlia- ment but a government source says its work was "encour- aged" because the govern- ment wants agreement among MPs before introducing legislation on the delicate sub- ject. MPs now receive an- nually, plus an tax-free expense allowance. Before the last increase in 1971, they re- ceived with a tax-free allowance. It is understood suggestions for a new salary range from to with the suggested expense allowance ranging from its current 000 to In addition, it is suggested that in future, salaries be tied to the national average increase in wages and salaries. Prior to the opening of this Parliament on Sept. 30, government sources were predicting a hefty increase in salaries within the first two years. Government sources said Wednesday that legislation to increase salaries is not a high priority "but once we es- tablish there is a clear consen- sus on the matter and the bill wouldn't bog us down in prolonged debate, it could be introduced rather quickly." epidemic scored EDMONTON (CP) Beatings and robberies of citizens under the influence of alcohol have become epidemic in Edmonton, a provincial court judge said Wednesday. Provincial Judge George Forbes made the comment while imposing sentence against two Edmonton residents convicted of robbing and beating a British Colum- bia businessman here on a visit. Court was told the man was robbed of and a watch valued at "Mouse trapping of people has to said the judge. "It is unsafe for a citizen to go about his business in certain parts of the city." Frank Dreavor, 21, was sentenced to one year in jail with probation of 18 months to follow after his release. Joseph Richard Hope, 28, was sentenced to 26 months in prison. OPINION POLL LONDON (CP) Can- didates in the general election were swapping tales afterwards about the strange things some voters write on ballot papers, evidently un- aware that this invalidates them An unsuccessful Liberal said one of his supporters had written beside his X: "The best of a very poor bunch." Here is a... f CHRISTMAS I SUGGESTION a family size f GAS BARBECUE 1 Picture yourself as second quarter millionaire BUY YOUR TICKETS AT MOST CREDIT UNIONS THE WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY 1 More than m total prizes' 1 1908 lucky people will win1 Ticket sdles close January 15th. 1975 Preliminary Draw January 31st. 1975 And here's the good news. A limited of Mark 5 Falcon gas barbecues have been pur- chased at last spring's pricing SUMMER PRIC- ING WILL BE HELD FOR THIS DECEMBER SALE with easy budget terms available. {BARBECUE FEATURES ARE: Bi-level grids for extra cooking space 6 shisk- abobs skewers special grease drainage grids X to control flare-up rotisserie 10 foot hose 1 disconnects and shelving. Phone our Appliance Counsellors 327-4551 For details or drop in and see our display at 410 Stafford Drive in Lethbridge. rsv J canaoian uuesTern naTuraL oas L componv LimrreD ;