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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ICTHMIDGE HERAID 14, Quebec tackles jobless problem QVEBEC (CP) The over- Mr. Bcmrassa said the assembly Quebec pattern in outlining the j e r n m e s i 's economic plans riding emphasis will be on eco- wm be asked to consider sev noraic development during the second session of the 89th Quebec legislature, Premier Robert Bourassa told the Quebec national assembly Tues- dav. eral measures aimed at strengthening the province's economy and fighting high un- employment. Rather than providing a de- tailed listing of the Liberal gov- In his inaugural address on ernment's plans for the year, the opening day of the session, I the speech followed the recent government's policies. Mr. Bourassa said the fight against unemployment sill in- volve short-term action to pro- vide immediate relief and long- term measures to provide more productive use of available fin- ancial resources. A major element in the gov- Army, Navy and Air Force Club Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Presents YOUR WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25 "FUN NIGHT" Featuring our Lois, specializing in Song Stylings Fur, and Laughter. p.m. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 WINE TASTING NIGHT p.m. to p.m. 4 COURSES 4 CHOICES Dining APPROPRIATE WINES S3.50 in the lounge ot 9 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 DANCING LOUNGE ond CANTEEN at p.m. FULL DINING FACILITIES UNTIL 1 A.M. Members and Invited Guests I MONDAY, AAARCH 8th GENERAL MEETING ELECTION OF OFFICERS NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF DELEGATES TO PROVINCIAL CONVENTION at p.m. would be to provide special help in the form of development (rants for industries which have i substantial effect on economic development and the creation of lobs. 01 her legislative measures would concern technical assist- ance programs for small and medium-sized industries, munic- pal industrial funds, aid to in- dustrial commissions, lower in- terest rates on development loans and the creation of an in- dustrial development agency. The government would also propose measures to provide for more important economic roles for government deoartments with a substantial influence on fhe economy, such as lands and forests, natural resources and tourism, and government agen- cies such as SOQUEM, the min- ing development body. The economic proposals domi- nated Ihe contents of the 25- pase inaugural address. Mr. Bourassa read the ad- dress after a brief speech by Lieutenant-Governor H u g u e s Lapoinet formally opened Ihe session. j The opening ceremonies fol- lowed the procedure established in 1969 by the former Union Na- lionale government, which did away with the traditional speech from the throne in which the governmenl detailed its plans for the session. SECRET REVEALED Scotland's secret revealed, or youthful curiosity satisfied. Out-of-season shot, for a change of pace, as caught at the Thousand Islands Inter- national Highland Games, annual event at the St. Lawrence meeting point of the United States and Canada. New battle is expected WASHINGTON (AP) De- fence Secretary Melvin R. Laird today predicted "tough, difficult fighting" for the South Vietnam- ese in Laos and said there might be a new batlle hi Cam- bodia in the next two weeks Ji addition to the Laotian opera- tion. Laird said he anticipates that the North Vielnamese "might take a stand" around the Chup plantation in Cambodia where the South Vietnamese have been fighting for Ihree weeks. Laird referred to the possible Jazzman dead MOSCOW (Reuter) The composer pianisl 64, who dealh of Alexander Tsfasman, formed Ihe first jazz band in Ihe Soviet Union in 1920, was reported here by Tass, the So- viet news agency. IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER It's Saving Time at the Betty Shop Don't Miss Out On These Terrific Values! JACKETS PRE-SPRING SAVING Corduroy or Poplin (water Tailored and high collar, belted and loose style. beige, green. 8 to 18. Values to COATS Wet Look Two and high iailored collar. Belted with pocket accent. Navy, red, brown. Broken sizes. Reg. JUMPSUITS Styled from Fortrel or Wool, plain and ribbed. Short and long sleeve. Blue, red, gold, black. Regular SKI JACKETS FOR TRANSITIONAL WEAR Nylon autersheli with Fortrel fibre fill. Concealed hoods. Navy, blue, green, etc. Small, Medium, Large. Regular to TUNIC TOPS In gay prints. Assorted styles and prints. 10-20. Values to 12.98 C.OO FROM SUEDE and LEATHER JACKETS Safari stylo. Brown, gold, rust. Size 5 to 15. Reg. 59.98 S 29 PANT DRESSES Are "Spring's Thing' In Fortrel, Silk Knits, 2 and 3-pce. styles with Tunic-vest jacket tops. Pants are flared, contrasting or matching. Sizes 8 to 20, FROM 19 SLIMS Fortrel flares, textured weave. Wash- able. Navy, Red, Yellow, Blue. Reg. 10.98 s YVQMI- 5 PANTY HOSE Spring Shades .00 Credit is Yours at All Betly Shops on Your Fashion Budget Account Available at All Our Stores bet ty shop 18 STORES IN ALBERTA CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Chup plantation battle when asked about the South Vietnam- ese slowdown in the face of heavy resistance in Laos. Laird replied he has repeat- edly announced that he ex- reeled "on many occasions the torth Vietnamese would slant and fight" to try to protect their Ho Chi Minh supply route against the South Vietnamese attempt to disrupt it. He said the South Vietnamese are doing well and "their objec- tive is being achieved." "I do look for tough, difficull Laird added, and then mentioned the possibility of batlle around Ihe Chup planla lion in Cambodia Drilling in Montana in slump In recent weeks rotary rij drilling in the U.S. hit a 28 year low, Montana is in lin with the national trend wit only 15 rigs running in the en tire state. Labor and steel costs hav jumped and any effort to in crease the price of oil to cove the costs meets loud oppositio from Washington politicians This Ls what's holding bac exploration. There are some interestin prospects in Montana now be- ing drilled or tested, if ther is sufficient increase in th crude price to make profit pos sible if oil is found, some them may be drilled this year Otherwise, the long dry spell i expected to continue. The situation could he goo for Canada and its expor trade. ITV HIGHLIGHTS; WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Queen's Guard, C p.m., Ch. 7: Daniel and Raymond Massey star in a I960 English drama touting the glories of Britain's distinguished guard patrol. MOVIE: Donovan's Reef, 6 p.m., Ch. 13: Three war buddies carouse on a South Sea island. Stars John Wayne and Lee Marvin. DRAMA: The Door of Opportunity, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Singer- actress Marianne Faithful appears in a Somerset Maugham story about a man suffering from the stigma of cowardice. SPECIAL: Canada's Northern Frontier, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Photographer-naturalist Edgar Stone looks at life in tho North. VARIETY: Johnny Cash, 8 p.m.. Ch. 11: Evangelist Billy Grahanx, Mabslia Jackson and Stuart Hamblin are on the guest list for tonight's nod to gospel music. DRAMA: Name of the Came, p.m-, Ch. 13: Suzanne Pleshette guest stars as a Washington reporter investigating a gossip columnist's vicious campaign against a politician. With Mercedes McCambridge. DRAMA: You and Me, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Conflict arises when a self centred young couple refuse to give up independence of their single days. With Diana Leblanc. SPECIAL: The First Nine Months are the Hardest, p.m., Ch. 9: Dick Van Dyke and guests take a warm-hearted look at pregnancy. HISTORY: Canada's Railways, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The de- velopment of the nation's railroad system and its effects on the country's history. THURSDAY MOVIE: I'm All Right, Jack, 1 p.m-, Ch. 7: Peter Sellers stars in a spoof on British industrial life. MOVIE: Pickup on South Street, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A pick- pocket unwittingly swipes the wallet of a Communist mes- senger. Stars Richard Widmark and Jean Peters. Direct sales act amended EDMONTON (CP) A bill to amend the Direct Sales Can- cellation Act was given first reading in the Alberta legisla- ture yesterday. The amendment makes clear the' act applies to cash sales in excess of It also voids a sales contract where the seller Rives, or of- fers to give, a rebate or dis- count to a buyer for help in making a sale In another per- son if the rebate or discount depends upon something that happens after the sale. A sales conlract also is void unless it is signed by the buyer, contains a notice of i rights under the act and a copy j is received bv Ihe buyer within seven days after the contract is j signed. PART OF GAME LOS ANGELES (API Five minutes before a jury was going to award Kenneth C a r 1 s t e d in his lawsuit against a helicopter firm, the former po- lice sergeant settled with the company for Carlsted, 44, injured three years ago in a helicopter while on traffic duly, said: "It's all part of the ball game." Trimbles !XfTV f Programs ore listed bv the radio and television stations. lion in program shedules is due to last-n- ngte f the stations and is not the responsibility of the neram or Trimbles Tire Supply. if CHEC it WEDNESDAY NIGHT Farm Show Fifteen to Dinner News, Wthr., Sports The Hour Bill Brown Major News MOK> THRU THURS. Back to the Bible Music with George Voice of Chins Ferguson Musical Interlude Total Information World Tomorrow News 15 minutes to thi hour Oliver vvoriQ lomnrrin. nuu, a.m. Simulcast Music with fterry j> 1'J Br5Sl CHEC-FM Givens THURSDAY Breakfast with Ron Rosvold f CM rm CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six Request Action Lini chuck Ron Legge News and Grain THURSDAY Jim Elliott Prices News, Wthr., Sport Jack Thys Party News, Wthr, Sport Line Phone Bill Show Matinee Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Bob Lan9 Rob Ingram Show News, Wthr, Sport World at Six CBR if .Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Theatre Nathan Cohen Supplement Age of Elegance Morning Concert pratley at the Movies Radio Noon Afternoon School Broadcast an Revolution Midnight Concern THURSDAY 9-03 Ideas Network Eye Opener News News From The Caoitats World at Eight Five Nights a Week News and Weather Matinee Gerrusll Afternoon Concert IN 5 DAYS Let Jimmie Do The Job TRIMBLES FOR TIRES CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: Huckleberry Hound Pressure Point Tcleprobe 7 THURSDAY Movie: Mr. Dressup Queen's Guards (c) Canadian Schools Somerset Maughan Friendly Giant The Family (c) Chez Helene This Land (c) Sesame Street News Lee Drew's Teleprobe 7 Children's Hour Movie: I'm All Right, Jack Our Town Take 30 Edge of Nighf Galloping bourmet Banana So'its (c) Calgary Safely Roundup Singen CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Lucy Show (c) WEDNESDAY NIGhT Flinislones (c) News (CJ Movie: Donovan's Reef World Around Us Name of Game File: Seventy-One Sporls Beat 71 News (c) News (c) The Baron In Conversation THURSDAY Thought for Day News (C) University of Air Miss Helen (c) Sand Box 1C) Ed Allen Parlons Francals Man Trap (cl In Conversatioi Famous Jury Trials Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy c I Dream ol Pierre Berton (c) Joannie (cl Peyton Place Wynne's Pad {c Beat the Clock (c) ic) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9} WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Another World Our world Turns Salute Agriculture Days of Our Lives Today Snow (c) The Doctors (c) Today in Montana Another World (c) Conrrcnirafion (c) Edge c! Night (c) Family Affair (c) Gomer Pyle (c) Hollywood Squares Wicrv Griffin Jeopardy (c) Hillbillies (c) Who. What, Where Cronkite News NBC Nightly News News Family Affair Mayberry R.F.D. (c) News Men form Shiloh (c) Hawaii Five-0 The First Nine Months are Iho Hardest (c) News Tonight KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY MIGHT News News (c) :ler Moore Jacques Cousleau Smith Family (c) Johnny Cash Hce HOW lc) News Young Lawyers I. r THURSDAY Farm News (c) Dinah Shore lCl Memory Game (c) fl-30 Jack LaLanne (c) Love is a Many Sale of Cenlury c Splendored Thing Galloping Gourmet Dark Shadows 10-00 Audrey (c) General Hosp-la! 1C-30 Work! (tt ih.it Girl All Children Bov.ilched Let's Make a Deal Dal Ing Gamt Ncwlywed Gama News (cl ;