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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 _ THE LETHBR10GE HERAID SAVE ON FAMOUS BRAND NAMES SUCH AS ARO CTURE CAMERAS This Christmas give the present that gives little presents in seconds acme MERCHANDISE DISTRIBUTORS FAMOUS BRAND NAMES AT LOW DISTRIBUTOR PRICES VilTH LOCATED IN MAJOR CENTHES ACROSS CAHAOA in LETHBRIDGE at; 426-6th STREETS. PHONE: 328-1761 CONVENIENT ACME STORE HOURS: MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 9 A.M. 9 P.M. SATURDAYS 'TIL P M. Conservatives predict short life for minority Liberal government nority government durir. throne ch dc4j 11 e have ooinr-d en's his r nis 450 LAND CAMERA fccused flas-n system. E ec 0 POLAROID FOCUS FLA.SH SQUARE SHOOTER 2 LAUD CAMERA W.V> B-'.CT.S: c B POLAROID 103 FILM 75 f, OTTAWA Liberal m'- corfiderce votes during noritv sovemnjert is going to thror.e speech debate, be have a -hort life ard not a rnorr-.' according to Pro- stratcs-' for irT: r.L-.1. Parliament owning Jan. Ofi'.cii! OpDOsition Leader Robtr: interns to ao- pressure relentlessly from diiv of the throne speech delete. Day ore of the eight-day de- bate U expected to commence on Monday, Jan. 3. Gwemor General fioland Michener reads i the throne speech on .Jan. 4 the custom is to have the srr.-srnrr.e-.'.'s mover sec- cnder rnak-; their thie day. on Jan 5. li a Friday. That is the tion for the opening of a Parliamcn'. i Progre55ive Conservative 1 Leader SiaiiiieM planning a j tough, hand hitting speech in the throre speech debate. He will conclude it with an amend- msnt to the government's mo- lion calling for adoption of the speech. T h e Opposition leader's er.dmsrt take the fDrm the 'Ail! lo-Aino Mr. able to fall back on tion "the constitutional author-' to try and il'ra have explained. survive during the consideration If Mr. Trwteau's minority of the Turner tax proposals. ernor povcrrment successfully clears Tne "Pearsfjn calls on Mr Stanfield to the hurdlw of the throre speech came abou. after Ine oeieai or a Bovemment. risbtte votes his minonly govemrn-ant on have no course bui to lenoer his have explained. jf Mr, Trudeau's minority Genera! Michent-r povenament successfully clears then fonn a g Prime Minister Pierre executives says the fed- futl prices for the c-ral 'government should open 1K5. mo: a: ex best crisis" in the 1.5 years. Tnjdcau's minority tration. As many as five votes, each o: trem cnicla! involving the I cf t :e minority government, I take place during (he i day throne speech deh- L'3. Ire division he r-ixinK frequently and v.ith the i rr.invri'.y government situation time the bells are set rin2- I r.g it might signal the end of the Liberal government. i will depend on the pod- LANDMARK STL'DY I uon taken by the New Demo- [n acccptine foe oanel's erratic Party in each vote. At rort, Rogers C. E. Mortii present the N'DP is in no mocd retary of interior, called '.o prop up the Trudeau minor- "iarxJmark" study that ity Tr.e ?rDP members have heard from their supporters tr.' by ssyiiig he did not want to "sell out our energy indui- trv to foreign capital." Morton pleased the oil o: interior, made r-s da'.ions as part of study of the U.S. picture. recommerj- a energy re- re- sec- rt a rp-t v.icfeirTrtad m to tr.e ccsl rich r.orthyresien that the U.S. rot Montana couM oe look trj foreign imports as the from an environmental best source of fuel. Morton by programs to dre-ff applsus-a from the Indus-'the larA______________ have "far reaching on future gov emir.erjt ATrerk-z La a thrtsbhcV! into an era in 'rficn have mace it the ah'jr.cant resources and that they not elect NTJP depeT.dah.i'-i'.y of riembers cf Parliament to keeo instant poorer, Icstar.t heat, and off sas tanks may he to cur litanv 0; myths." Morton said. The crjur.cil predicted, that to explore relatively Ottaiva caught up in cheque plan I the Tmdeau government in of- flee, a party spokesman 1 If Mr. Tnjdeau's governmer.t en one of tr.e no" 4FL leader I EDMONTON' fCPj Reg There between a social demo- new president of the crat and a democratic socialist I Aifcerta Federal By RICHARD .JACK5-O.V Herald O1l2Ha Buresa OTTAWA Tr.e 'Cations! ard vto p--_r- the r.J. the caught up in the Great Flap. SoT.e 16 year! former Prime Minister Kefer.btte-r in v.fe.-. then ered s freat political coup and witrHi'jtinn to national that Ell eovemmeril in er.d of the movement fafr cuiatft! him. Mr. Easldn's time devoted primarily the functiori5 of the fed- eration. He sees the AFT. as only of if you can get describes himself as a pragams- them." t tLit, a r.e-A- breed labor lead- gut while the er isn't coo- i vinced Ls the best i an I Named president of W.- he? succeeds Roy reeerAiy chairman of !he pro- vincial Workmen's Compensa- tion Board. f) Mr. a native of is an L'.'er- for trjj Oil. Crjimical and Atomic Work- ers' L'riior- He v. as vice- pTesider.t of fe AF1> for year and hecarne firrt vice- "I rny desire Is to M-jnt-B? CrrwT. ratiocs and assorted o-.her fed- eral hi'jnsual. a change is "rxrn2 rnade. But'Vnat it U the state of can sure irr'.il the And it may not be rr'esr ever. then, for esch departmor.t has E different version of the tale of the Central PEV Office's It all started lavt re-.t cf Service! v.'-ich tfc's r'esvrE-noility for the Central Pay Office said that tre Research Cou-ncil had it all or half wror-e, or per- harjs vrrong at all. ft Tas all a of thfl plained, the electronic brain jiist didn't much appreciate the nicifea rf tr.e government's hilingua! pro- grarn. was tnat tnere are between and 57 of ded-j'.tions that can EXr made frona eoverr.ment wi partic-Jlar employee and de- wjt of them. igbt on liisJiAvav to be hiked of all lab- or needed ccmsidera'-iwi. "I thJnk the Alberta Fedwa- of ha3 made too little effort in at- tention to are the voice of rfiany affluent woricers. B'jt are ako the voice of the are dov.Tj the he There are ttojsar.ds ui ar. Literview bis unemployed, on anr.our.ced. "f! fare, on the minimurri ticked think i.-: '.hit I could called a pragma- Sorne- iabor leaders up on a diet of oc-Liiisrn to the wave trere but I'rr. sure hov; ac- re and are of and Me'.is speak for. "All these people need pro- tedjon." Pay Office be in' 'CP) Induitr? continue tr-e p.-ir.tir.? of bill- Fred Peacoci says tr.e ngua! cheo'.-es. the cf re- Trsnc-CanidE Hishyay 7.111 cessity 7.vjld have to be unili- first road Lr. Alherta oo ngual. v, h i c h higher ?ros5 A emp'oyee cvjld v-lil he rnake the choice: English or The ir.'.Tease, to 110 po-jridj French. from 72.WJ will be A form accompanied tj-.e on the ern- off wh-ethftr i v.rite. read or spe; French or "very v.el: "f'airiv w "Littie or not at all." But tMn later, the msde r.ext year. lie said It an Interview that cvjld see no immediate for raising Tr.'j province en high- ,ays as a against rail freight art He capital- l-.rn U e'.ii. "V.'ell. I that the L? a EO- r.ijlat -rorld. K'jt J dor.'t It. If it h, it i to happen "If yocj want to rr-e wrrfr I I'd be nr rhe Easy Choice. i Parties seek to overturn rate hikes 'API partial bsve sdded their voiwi Vi of Co in to overtfjrri t're ffrari'ed .Mor.tana <-r rs4': for tlec- triTity ar.d natural gas. Fiii.'r? Flit In dWIrlct i in Helena vtere the City of ffoerwrr- Waldorf Corp. of MorAarjs, Pub- Ln-.trct 3rd Attoraey w- .Ir i t'fi rxxmrrl-Aion i" the rate un- derstated MoTitana pro- when cr.m- had befwe it the tnw The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. ;