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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Z Flu chums IT.'l ill IJrilain "VTnr rests another rf billion Cabinet sovermueut lor Montana irline passenger frisked sweethearts' quiz the government U'tt Uie 'rocerie I ,S. airlines launch massive search program R.iBERT OTTAWA iCPi The opposi- tion majority took command in Uic Commons Friday. Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats, their ranks augmented by October election gains, hammered at the minority Liberal government with new vigor on the first day of regular business in the new Parliament. The Conservatives and the NDP fired cheir mam salves at the government and then ex- changed a few shots between themselves. The New Democrats, com- mitted for the present to sup- porting the minority' Liberals were called ''sweethearts'' and "bedieUon-s" of the government i by jeering Tories. NDP Leader David Lewis I suggested Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield "tell his yahoo 1 friends to be quiet The Conservatives, boosted to i !OT from 72 members by elec- i lion sains, gleefully tested their new strength in the question pe- Mr. Stam'ield tried without success to set from Prime Min- ister Trudeau s list of bills the i government will present to carry out Thursday's throne speech promises. Outside the House he said the Isck of such a list indicates the government ''apparently is not very clear on its priorities." He also sought trs presenia- !ion dates o; Finarce Minister'5 budge: and of the tax bills left over from the last Par- Mr. Trucesu said govcnmien; HPUSS Leader Alia.-! MacEachen will ttdicate tho nature of bills Mr. Turner would announce the date cf the budget scon A Conservative coiion of EO-- ccrJidence be presented r.exi vrek. Mr. Stanfieid said "it Tvill deserve the supDort cf the Kc-ise" but cave no retails. A combination cf PCs the ol-man ND? croup 1 seats. Social Credit 15 and there are independents. In one opening siiot Friday. freshman member Peter Reilly PL'-Ottawa West accused the i governmejit of holding Parha- fuent in contempt by releasing the text of the throne speech to reporters in advance of its 'deliver.- Thursday afternoon. Mr. ReUiy. a political colum- nist and former broadcaster, demanded an apology and an explanation from the prime minister. Mr. TnidMU said the policy oi prodding the press with copies of government docu- ments for handling in advance has been in force for Bt least ;o years. Claude Wagner, former Que- bec judge now sitting oa Mr. right Ln the Conser- vative benches, made his maid- en speech in the Commons when he spokL in support of a unani- mous resolution deploring tie bombir.? of North Vietnam. 'Final offer' for deformed children LONDON (API The par- ents of Britain's cripp'.ed lidomide children warily u-el- ccmed today an offer of atom S-17 million in compecsaLon from the giant British drug and liquor company that marketed the tranquilliser tiat brought agony. The Distillers Co. proposed Friday night to pay about million a year for the next dec- ade into a "charitable fund for the deformed children. That was exactly the amoici parents had demanded. But one niggling doubt remained: Kc-x Hill the money1 be shared out0 Loodon art dealer Darid Ma- son, leader o: the parent' pres- sure croup who rw.v is b ;he Uri'.ed States fur- pnrt for a planned boycott there o; Distillers produce, said: "r.'s a much more reaiisuc offer, but I'm worried about ac- csptiiig any dea; that involves a rharnable truss. It is not ac- cfpiab'.e if it involved s means A ''mear-s test" involve assessing the parents" finances io determine bow much should be awarded to their children. Parer.ts insisted when they rejected Distillers' two previous offers that their children should be given mccey on the basis of their deformities rather thsn sire of their parents' bank H ceal. wever l. fo'jr s' pre i the ye he chi there was hope the times more Dis- iew offer. wouM be by the parents and s of agony. chariry commis- omas Green, coro- The deeds of a char- reed r.ecessanly means test. In this 't ar.tidpste any ail- euther and road report A s coimuitnieut .._ int -V.I P.-.' --j.--- ar i" or.o their .s ir.c to scar, all river o: ;re c---- Soccer results ENGLISH LEAGL'E -an who r.o eulogy. frr rives', prevailed >ss: hii Missouri grave las: -re in irc'Lrrc A FORECVST: 5 Cl clc.ud? cleariue and sunny ihi? tficrctwa. Sunny Sunday, F t-elciiv. above- 3-, MccJcine Hat S'-ziay todsy _-p .v r-ij .i _ _ icciy c'.o-jcy perices. I 2 c: Conu-cntal Diride SCOTTISH LFM d CorjineEial Divide flurries ari cilf ar.i S'ir.cay. days 5 to 15 below II Guerrilla coufereiice again next year. ioilifO VtT- ial Il'.i-ri L LEADERSHIP CANDIDATES for SOCIAL CREDIT Will Speak in Lethbridge ALAN WATSON SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 6th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive KVERVOM; QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC ECDY DirslCH Ccr- f D-r-cl CGO fo! Furn ture B9 KHONc 323-763J BU SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP A SAND AND GRAVEL Consfruclion Co. Ltd. PHONE 326-7702 327-3: 7-3610 A PiNCHER CREEK TRAVEL AND SPORTS CENTRE 726 Main St., Pincher Creek Phone 627-4575 Is Now Open Serving oil major air lines and tcur companies. We still have vacancies avai'ohle for our Ranch and Farm Tours. 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