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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mwfey, Ftbruorj 1971 IHI LETHMIDGt HIIAIO IS Trudeau: no goodies up sleeve OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- mer, but said he did not know of ister Trudeau told the Commons ar.y official prediction of how Friday that the government is many students would be unem- working on plans to provide em- ployed, ployment for students next sum-1 His comments came in replies Energy department planned if Tories win election bid EDMONTON (CP) A bureaus under the present pol- gressive Conservative govern- icy. The minister then would report on e n e r g y matters to ment in Alberta would estab- lish a provincial department of energy, Don Getty, MLA for Strathcona West, told a news here. A minister of energy would be responsible for forming and promoting policies and pro- grams involving all energy matters, except water, Mi. Getty said. Under the system, all boards, such as the Oil and Gas Con- servation Board, would report to the minister instead of to government departments and the cabinet. The minister of energy also would assist in developing im- proved communications be- tween the Alberta Oil and Gas Industry, the federal govern- ment and the rest of the world. Mr. Getty said a representa- tive of the department would be stationed in Ottawa, Wash- ington and in other areas "that seem necessary to ensure that Alberta is constantly on top of changing conditions in the oil and gas industry." to David Orlikow (NDP-Winni- peg North) and John Lundrigan Mr. Trudeau repeated state- m e n t s that unemployment would be a first-priority topic at the federal-provincial confer- ence sc-xt Monday and Tuesday. But in reply to Eldon Wool- liams (PC-'Calgary Mr. Trudeau said there were "no goodies up my sleeve." He said the meetings were to be in private and it would not be appropriate to disclose spe- cific details of the agenda. Mr. Woolliams had asked whether new policies would be offered to cure "mass unem- ployment among young people" HARDLITE LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Anfebh in ALL TTMM brats are: Shatterproof and backed by a warranty against eye injury. Half the weight of ordinary glasses. Available in a variety of styles, shapes, and tints. Protective lenses are law in some countries advisable everywhere. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prtscription SungleiKi Children'i Framei Repair! Ktaionohle Price! OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ST S LETHBHIDGE Phone 327-3609 and extend financial aid to the province. Earlier in the Commons, Louis Coraeau asked the House to debate a motion condemning the government for providing "paper diplomas instead of paper pay cheques" to univer- sity graduates. He did not get the unanimous consent required to start the de- bate. Mr. Lundrigan asked the prime minister to "render at least partly unemployed" Man- power Minister Otto Lang, by removing from Mr. Lang re- sponsibility for the Canadian wheat board. The prime minister replied that the opposition questions showed that its research staff must be partly unemployed. Catliedral j Death sentence commuted collapse feared CONFESSES KILLINGS PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA, Spain (AP) A 28-year-old man arrested here two weeks ago in a.strangling has said he killed eight women and nine j men in Spain, France and Italy, police said Thursday. Manuel Delgado Villegas would not identify the victims, nor give the dates of their deaths. An investigation was launched. RECENT CENSUS Ac- cording to these signs man is pulling ahead of the dogs in population explosion at Schapvillc, HI. Latest count indicates people advanced from 52 to 54 while dogs re- mained at 49. LONDON' (AP) Officials disclosed Friday that St. Paul's ;athedral, which has withstood German bombs and almost three centuries of wear and :ear, may collapse. With a poster showing the ca- thedral falling down, leading Anglicans launched a campaign to raise million million) to pay for a seven-year repair program. Modern life, including air pol- lution and traffic vibration, is the culprit. The walls are crack- ing. Arches over the main entrance are starting to slip be- cause the towers they link have begun leaning away from each other. The first St. Paul's, founded in 604 on the same site, was destroyed by fire. Vikings sacked a second one, and the third and fourth burned down. The current structure was built by Sir Christopher Wren after the great fire of 1666. OTTAWA (CP) The cabinet has commuted the death sent- ence imposed on William Roy Rosik, 23, of Sandwich West, near Windsor. Ont., for the mur- der of a <-TS Aug. 23. I. He was to have been hanged Feb. 23. Rosik was convicted Jan. 20, 1970, on a charge of capital murder arising from a gun bat- tle in which Constable Roy Car- rick was killed and two other were wounded. The defence had argued that Rosik's mental state was so im- paired by tranquillizers and liq- uor that he was incapable of formulating the intent to com- mit murder. He had no previous criminal record. AN UNANSWERED PHONE IS LOST BUSINESS! LETHBRIDGE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-1701 24-Hour Personal Service PROTECTOR INSECTS Spiders are kept hi wine cel- lars in Cognac, France, to de- vour worms that otherwise would bite into the oaken casks i in which brandy is aged. Lethbridge Community College offers WELDING INSTRUCTION in a Beginners' Program or an Advanced Program from Feb. 22-Mar. 12, 1971 incl. No formal entrance requirements 30 hours of instruction per week for the 3-week course For further information contact: MR. f. B. McPHERSON Director School of Technical-Vocational Education Phone 327-2141 Local 219 ACTOR DIES Jay C. Flippen, the raspy comedian and character actor, who overcame an amputated leg late in his career, died. He was about 70. Enjoy an extra income tax deduction and earn interest compounded semi-annually by starting a personal pension plan at Farmers Merchants Trust. Contribution, deductible from your 1970 tax return can be made through February 1971. So send this coupon now for the folder with all the facts. FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th Street S. Phone 328-5548 CALGARY EDMONTON GRAND PRAIRIE. LETHBRIDGE MEDICINE HAT RED DEER MONTREAL VANCOUVER NASSAU Please send me full details on FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST registered retirement sav- ings plan so I can combine income tax savings and interest to gain a higher retirement income. NAME-------- ADDRESS. Mall to: FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST at address shown at left TRAVEL HOME OF SKYLARK CAMPERS AND TRAILERS Located at GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY Ph. 327-3165 LETHBRSDGE All units are Furnished with Stove, Refriger- ator, Chesterfield and Chair, Dinette and 4 Chairs, and all Bedroom Furniture ;