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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, December 14, 1971 1LOWPRMIES IS OUR BUSINESS y NOBODY KNOWS OUR BUSINESS BETTER DO! SANTA WltL BE IN OUR STORE CHRISTMAS STORE HOURS Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Christmas Eve 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Meet Dave Steiiarl New Liberal robust FRIDAY, DEC. 17fh 4 TO 8 P.M. SATURDAY, DEC. 18fh 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. FREE Candy Canes for the kiddies! Pile lined nylon. Instructor belted style. Reg. 11.88. Scivo S5 BOYS' SNOWMOBILE Nylon upper with H> Storm Drawstring JlF O cuff. Felt liner. Reg. Pair WINTER COATS Managers' Discount.......Up to MAKE NATIONAl YOUR ONE STOP SNOWMOBItE FUN CENTRE HANDBAGS MEN'S SNOW SUITS Limited quantity. Shop early. For ladies and teeners. All styles. Each LADIES' TEENS' ESKIMO PARKA Wti SNOWMOBILE HELMETS Fur trim hood. Warmly melton lined, Braid Rikrnk. ?u V to Pile lined gauntlet nylon and vinyl SEE OUR FACE MASKS. LADIES' TEENS' PULL-ON SNOW BOOTS .88 Vinyl pile lined. All sizes. Reg. to Pair V Sheen finish, delochabls hood. Sheer. LADIES7 SLIPPERS ed waist. Quilted lining. FOR HER ON CHRISTMAS Cozy pile lined moccasin style. All sizes. Pair BE IN STYLE THIS CHRISTMAS WITH A Put your best foot forward this Christmas. Casuals high rise tongue slyle, strap over vamp and metal buckle. Some with laces. Leather look vinyl uppers. Composition and crepe sole. Variety of colors and sizes. Edwardian Style Latent wide lapels. Double breasted. Good quality tweed, shaped lo fit. Reg. to Your Choice LAKAY'S SMOKE DAMAGED STOCK BOYS' SWEATER AND TOQUE SETS .95 ALL REMAINING ITEMS MUST GO Skirts Slacks Blouses Shoes Shorfs Purses Your Choice A smart gift for the young fellow on your list. Reg. Value EXTRA SPECIAL DOOR BUSTER FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING SK JACKETS Size 72" x Satin bound. Smartly gift cello wrapped. Reg. each For this sale only Work Socks SAVE ON OUR GIANT TOY SALE Wp hove the Idlest toy! nnd games. Bun, out games. Hot Pant dolls. Trucks. NFL Football. Pk-sh toys. Sizzlcr tracks. Barbio Dolls. Many, many more..... By ROD EDWAKDS SASKATOON (CP) Elfish, robust, cocksure and ever ready for a good political fight, D. G. Steuart was elected recently over two ether candidates as leader of the Saskatchewan Lib- eral party. At 55, liis political career may be nearing an end. what with tile trend towards youlhfulncss, hut if tire age of the firc-spoutcr lives on, then so does Dave Steuart. His style Is a near-replica of that of the politician he suc- ceeds as Liberal Floss he insists the leadership will he run his way. "Anyone who thinks I'm just pale imitation of Ross Thatcher or that I'm going to try to ca-ry on the party in his exact footsteps, is wrong." he once told an interviewer of his long association with Mr.' Thatcher, was a close per- sonal friend. INFLUENCED BY DRIVE "I have been influenced by his drive, his energy, his ability to organize but our philosophies weren't exactly the same. "I would be a different leader. I would hope to have some of the strengths he had but we're totally different people." Mr. Thatcher, who lifted the Liberals out of a 20-year opposi- tion role in Saskatchewan in and was premier for seven years, died of a heart attack a month lo the day after the New Democratic Party swept into power in the province June 23 by capturing 45 of the 60 legisla- ture seats. Mr. Steuart entered politics when he returned from the Sec- ond World War after serving in the air force. "When I cam back from the war in 1M5.' he said in a recent interview. "I found the CCF-Co- cpcrative Commonwealth Fed- eration, forerunner to the NDP power and frankly I didn't like what I saw. "I didn't like the regimenta- tion, I didn't like what was hap- pening. I just don't lilce social- ism. "I don't worship on the altar of free enterprise cither. I thought, well, if you don't like what you see, do something about it." WAS MAYOR Mr. Steuart, married with two children, was an alderman and mayor in Prince Albert, where has a business, and is a for- mer president of the Liberal party. He got into Uie legislature in a byelection in Prince Albert in since in the riding now known as Prince Albert West. After the Liberal victory in 1X4, he was named minister of health, later became minister of natural resources and before the June Literal defeat lie was provincial treasurer and deputy premier. One thing that bothers Mr. Steuart is the Liberal party fail- ure to attract 50 per cent of the vote since 1938 "while the CCF or NDP has done it two or three times." "That's something I hope to do something a.bout by opening up the pally more at the local level, establish policy at the local level." and has won every election Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects: "Marriage of Young Stock- Last complete show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Paddy" "Last Summer" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Grissom Gang" "Willard" Last Complete Show Communities in the dark OLDS (CP) Small com- munities will "continue to floun- der" until they are better in- formed of existing legislation which could help them, says the executive director of the Olds Community Development Co-Operative Association Ltd. Frank Charman said rural towns are not aware of legisla- tion that could save them from oblivion by bringing in indus- try. "So many communities think nothing can be done, and in- dustries don't take the time to look into investing in them, but existing legislation offers many avenues." The government has "to dem- onstrate e x i s ting legislation more toroughly instead of mere ly sending out he said. Mr. Charman, also an indus- trial development officer for the vocational and rehabilitation re- search institute in Caglary, sug- gested the province establish grants to municipalities so each could hire an advisor on avail- able provincial and federal pro- grams. Jet drops gifts PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) It Christmas presents in Portland. An unidentified navy flyer, was on his way home to Pleasanlon, Calif., with four cartons of gifts for his family from relatives in Portland Sun- day when the bomb bay of the jet fighter apparently opened accidentally. The presents were scattered through north Port- land. Police said no presents had been recovered. PUBLIC HEARINGS On the Environmental Impact of Strip Mining in Alberta ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY The Environment Conservation Authority will hold a public hearing on the environmental impact of strip mining operations in Alberta. The hearing will have as its focus coal strip mining activities, with particular reference lo surface reclamation and water shed integrity. The hearing will be held Wednesday, December 15, 1971 commencing at a.m. in the Gym II Room of the Civic Sports Centre. Individuals and organizations are Invlfcd to attend and to submit oral or written briefs. In order lo assist in the scheduling, notice of an intention to present a brief would be appreciated, but is not necessary. for additional Information or other should bo directed to: The Score'ary, Environment Conser- vation Authority. 9912 107th Street Edmonton, Alberto Telephone: 432-2247 1002, 620 Sovonth Avonuo S.W. Calgary, Alberta Telephone: 268-8577 ITV HIGHLIGHTS: TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Island in tlic (i p.m., Ch. 7. Politic, romance and miscegenation on a Caribbean Island. CHILDREN'S SPECIAL: The Little Drummer Boy, p.m., Ch. i. Greer Carson narrates tills cartoon musi- cal. Another Yuletide repeal. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Wclliy, MD, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A former UCLA basketball star plays a Vietnam veteran whose easy way of life is complicated by his rare blood type. COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show. p.m., Ch. 15. Dionne Warwicke, Ken Berry and wife pin in tile comedy and spoofs. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Andy Williams' Christmas Show. 9 p.m.. Ch. 9. The Leruion Sisters join Andy's fam- ily in his 12th annual holiday songfest. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. Profile of the author zoologist Gerald Durrell who runs a wildlife pre- serve on the Channel Island of Jersey. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders. 10 p.m., Ch. 13. "The Man in the Middle" features Terry Thomas and Suzy Ken- dall in a cloak-and-dagger stay based in Rome. This is a repeat. WEDNESDAY SUSPENSE MOVIE: 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Mur- der and revenge with a dash of science-fiction. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Autopsy of a I p.m., Ch. 13. A gambler combats tire criminal underworld to re- trieve a diamond necklace. Trimbles Programs are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation In program Is due to last-minute by the stations and it not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour Total Information John Oliver TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Beryl Clark Barry Hegland Leo Dow Show Beryl Claik TUESDAY NIGHT World at 3ix Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot CJOC if News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Barry Probe 1220 News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Parry Line Rob Ingram World al Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. 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