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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednevdoy, January 10, 1973 THt LFTHBRIDGF HEMLB Could cause problems THE MANY FACES OF MARCEL MARCEAU French pantomimisi Marcel Morceau exhibits a variety of faces ond gestures during a press conference in Ottawa to mark the opening of a six-month four of Canada end the U.S. Mcrceou announced rnai he plans !o open a new Paris- based pantomime company which be says will moke its first North American appearance in 1975. Woetcv Double Hand Knitting Knitting Yarn Yarn Wool and Woolco Knitting Worsted Terylene Quilt en- K, c' i. The perfect all pur- Purs Batting Nylon. Snrmk for oil ncT'erns cal- Cotton Quilt Batting Nylon. Shrink n" vam for oil cal- crd resis- V lin? fsr quoHty Hono'lss easily for Thousands of uses. For Adults ;rs.e c u s h i o n s, toys, included. -ildrens NVcshable. 23 etc. h 1 1 5 -5 !b. IS colours. colours. lo' pccscges. !-oz. ball 4-oi. pull skein 4-er. stein _ .66 .99 1.38 2.97 Pta I Printed Cotton Cotton Crepe 45' wide. F. y Fic'n re c Cc'crs r: STV.P. C-eei, Green s-d wide. Colors cf Burgundy. Gc !d, Orange, B-CVS-R and of Blue Burgundy, Kel'y Green nr-- BT 1.96 Printed Dyed Seersucker "f.! Nc.-y. F ik. C-o-wf. C-c'd wcs-ab'c. if' cc. 11 '-1 plc'ds. Pcr-'ccl 1 .96 r'j cr 1 .96 v. College Shopping MalJ 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Liberals outnumbered on committee OTTAWA (CPJ Prime Min-i isler Trudeau's minority Lib- eral government will also lack a majority on important parlia- mentary committees, a silu- ation thai could cause it embar- rassing problems. The lineup lor the Commons commitlte on Piiscellaneous es- timates, announced Monday shors Liberals orrjiumbered 11 to B by Conservatives, NV.v Democrats and Social Credit- ers. The committee is the first to be named since Parliament. opened last Thursday. Numbers are agreed on by an all-parry striking, or nominating, com- mittee oi the House. The first job for the mis- cellaneous es'-imatss committee win be to consider million in additional fuisds the roent vrsnis to cover spending for the current fiscal year end- ing March 31. The lineup was introduced in the Commons by Liberal House Leader Allan MacEachen, sec- onded by Gerald Baldwin, PC House leader, and adopted with- out dissent. A defeat in committee, al- though embarrassing, would not mean the defeat otlhe govern- ment' The 19-man committee is made up of eight Liberals, eight Conservatives. New Demo- crats and one Social Credit member. In (he previous House, where the Liberals had a healthy ma- jority, they held )1 of M'seats on the miscellaneous estimates committee. Conservatives siv. VDP two and Social Credit one.' In the new committee the government could squeeze by 10 to 9 if it is supported by the rwo XDP members. Leader Bz'vid Lewis says he will sup- port the Trudeau administration in the Commons for the present but has made no mention of the party's policy in committee. Fourteen o: the 19 members are new to the committee. The exceptions are Femand-E. Le- (blanc who was: chairman last time; Paul Lang- lois former' vice-chairman: Marcel Roy Gaston Clermont! C i and Barry Mather Rock'. NEW MEMBERS The new members include J. Roland Comtois parliamentary secre- tary to Finance Minister Tur- ner. Six of Lhe eight Liberals are from Quebec: the other two hold Otiawa. seals. Members other than those al-' ready mentioned are" Demers fDu- vemay.i. Jean-Robert Gauthier i Ottawa Hush Foulizi (Ottawa Alex- ander (Hamilton West'i. Jim Balfour (Regirm Heward Graffiey John Lundrigan (Gander-Twilli- James A. MeGrstb 'Si- John's Erik Nielsen (Yu-. Pe'.er Rsillv 'Ottawa Eidon V.'ooliiams 'Cai- gary North .1. peg North i. Social CaoueUe Mormon Jiauiied from TLiailaud BANGKOK. Tr.iiaad 'Reu- ier.i Triailaaj eipelled a Mormon Tuesday after he :ix monihs in jail for si'.tir.g o'i the head of a Buddha statue, police said. nissiraary. Joseph K. IVall. ;o, of Vtab. ivent -.riin an .imerican friend. Khnbsi! Larsen. to visit a temple Ln ?sorLhern prcrrice las: Juiy. Po- lice said VTall climbed up and sat on the head of a Buddha statue while LErsen took pboio- graphs. Woofeo llftiniate PANTY HOSE Wooleo Regular Price pr. .79 PAIR Open Daily 9 o.m. io 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;