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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, January 9, 1975 Nominated WAINIUGHT (CT) Bev Penman, a 32-year-old fanner from the Czar district, was nominated Wednesday night to contest the Wainright con- stituency for Social Credit in the next provincial election. Mr. Penman will contest the seat held by Henry Ruste for the Social Credit party. Mr. Ruste has said he will not run again. MPs to study facilities for foreign legislators OTTAWA (CP) A commis- sion studying the facilities MPs and senators need to do their jobs will examine services available to legislators in other countries. The 16-member group, ap- pointed last May, plans to visit Washington later this month for a first-hand look at the office conditions, technical services and other facilities used by United States congressmen. Subsequent visits may be made to Britain, Australia and other countries. The goal, says commission secretary J. A. Langford, is to define the amount of space and tools MPs require to serve their constituents. MFs offices, once housed in the Centre Block where the Commons and Senate are lo- cated, have since spilled over into the West Block and adja- cent Confederation Building. All MPs would like Centre Block offices; "even if it's only a cubby hole in some corner of the said Mr. Lang- ford. "That's impossible, but we do hope a more satisfactory solu- tion will be found." Questionaires asking all MPs and senators to outline their needs and problems have been distributed by the commission. They are to be returned by the end of February. The resulting information, combined with data gathered on trips abroad, will go eventually into a report for Prime Minister Trudeau and the cabinet. What the group recommends is expected to weight heavily in how the government uses a block of land expropriated by the public works department on the south side of Parliament Hill. A development freeze has al- ready been placed on the land which houses the U.S. Em- bassy, several offices and busi- nesses, and the National Press Building. TIMES OFFICIAL DIES NEW YORK (AP) Thomas P. McVeigh, 42, chief financial officer and controller of the New York Times newspaper division, died of cancer Wednesday. McVeigh had formerly been controller of New York Times Co., the parent organization of the newspaper division. He relinquished the job voluntari- ly in 1973 to assume respon- sibility for all financial aspects of the company's newspaper division. You'll enjoy crocheting this afghan. You will be proud to show it as your handiwork! Jiffy crochet afghan in an unusual modern design smart in 3 shades, mul- ticolors. Reversible, lightweight. Pattern 7006: directions. SI.00 for each cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first class mail and special handling to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scarborough, On- tario. MIT 4P7. 7, Yes 7 Versions! PRINTED PATTERN SEVEN sleek, svelte, smooth ways to look wonder- ful! Zip up basic pantsuit plus variations mandarin to sailor to contrast to hooded allure. Printed Pattern 4637: Half Sizes, 1614, Misses' Sizes 16, 18. for each pat- cheque or money order. Add 15cf each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Print plainly Size, 'Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Aveue, Scar- borough, Ontario. MIT 4P7. Sears APPLIANCE CLEARANCE KENMORE 30" SELF CLEANING RANGE 30" Kenmore range is the ultimate in convenience. All you clo is set control knob to 'clean', then push sliding oven lock knob on oven door to lock position. This closes window louvers. Then oven proceeds to clean itself. And drip bowls, broil pan and oven racks. Features automatic oven. Two 8" plug-out elements plus 2-6" (one True High- speed oven preheat. Minute minder. Timed appliance outlet. 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