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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Gives up children to get a house OTTAWA (CP! A woman who says she gave up of her five children to ijoost hw chances for subsidized public accommodation is in Imp for such housing, but noi lop of the wailing isi "We hope to house her aoon.1' Vincent Mooney. operations manager of the Ottawa Housing Authority, sajd in an interview today. she's not top of :he list." There are nearly 2.000 on the waiting list for public housing in Ottawa, he said. The author- administers about J.OOO units, including 2.250 for fami- lies. Laurette Bastien said she gave i'n MVO oiop a movement to 'nreai up ine fiaie in central India The scate legislature not dissolved, an indication thai central government rule will last only briefly Audhra Pradesh scene of rioting, arson and gen- eral during much of the last half of alier the Supreme Oour: ruled gov- ernment employment rules fa- voring the minority Telengana community n-ere consiiruumal. ins companies who deperci upon royalties or in the Prairie province? or British Columbia. "It is about as unreasonable speculation as could be con- ceived in Canada, and 1 hope very much ths: it tvill be qui- promptly buried some- where in tne deep permafrost." Mr. Blair ?aid that il a gov- erntnerr u'snr? 10 aiiTEcr in- dustry with low energy prices. ii should provide i n some form instead of making the western provinces suffer low prices for (heir gas. "Whether this might occur irom regulatory decision or as expressly-designed and an- nounced public policy, ihe re- sul: troul'd be d e 2 d Alberta, vhere mosr Cana- dian natural gas is produced. hoi criticized the federal gov- ernment and ;he energy board. it5 regulatory agency, for being :oo in on exports the Albena energy board a Is to export gss to ;he United States, only to find them re- jected or drastically reduced by Mr. Blair did not refer to in his text, copies of which were made available to the BL( he said that during 1970 and 1971 and exports actually made from the province totalled SlOo mi- Kon. WASHINGTON Reiner. President Nixon takes the oath of office for a second four-year terra Saturday behind the tight- est inaugural security guard mounted, but in an atmos- phere buoyed by hopes for peace in Vietnam. With an end of the war appar- ently in sight, observers said the possibility of anti-war dem- onstrations has been reduced. But authorities are unJikely to retes the sleps they have taken to avert incidents. Nixon will be in on the prop? of ihe Cgpiioi 2: noou by Chief Justice Warren Burger After lunch, he dnvp the miles in parade along Penn- Avenue to ihe White House. If :he is good. ar> es- 200.000 may gather ihe roj'.e. ALFRT FOR TROUBLE A" least lO.O-M policemen and secret agents v.ill be on hand, ready to cow. if neces- sary, vr.h anti-Nixon demon- strators. Fighter planes w-jl! be on the alert at a nearby base. Observers said that progress towards a Vietnam cessefire probably has tsken rhe ou: of planned pro- tesis. though the depth of feel- ing over recent satu- ra'Jon bombing of Xonh A'iet- nani may ?iil! provoke trouble The probability of cecce likely also IP have a significant efiecc on 's second rn- augural address. Ii uill be hus first public speech since his election viciorv last November and. ;he Vietnam conflict cooling. ihe president have the oppor- tunity to renew an spwel for national unity, probably ihe lines of his 1969 inaugural address Then h? said: "We cannot learn from one another until stop shouting at one another. until we speak quietly enough so that our words can be heard as well as our voices." Should progress towards peace conzinue to move rapidly over the nexi few days, the. president may also be able lo proclaim thai he ended the war durnig his first administration. PLAN" PARTIES The inaugural costing abou: million, will be a three-day affair of parties, concerts and fesiiviiief begining today and culminating in the swearing-in, the parade and the gala balls Saturday Bleacher seats are in place along Pennsylvania Avenue and in front of the White House They from So to a sea: and. 50mi? reports say. have not beer, selling quickly Tens of Thousands of visitors are expected from all acros? the country to greet the presi- dent and Mrs. Nixon. Ins Lead of the traditional :ie. h will be black-ce at trie inaugural balls, the princi- pal one of which will be al the SPECIOUS John F Kennedv for the Pen'ormins Arts facing the Potomac River. Others will be in several large govemraen; buildings. Tne only iunc- MlD be s youth ball Irsupiral ball tickets cosi The r-nce mclude? pro- gram boos, cur" links for the men and E chsrm for Waves have teeth BRISBANE. Au5traii3 Reu- ter Surfing clubs have re- covertd more than 20 demure? lost by surfers on Queensland's Go id coast besches TO OUR SHORT STOP AUTO Ltd. "YOUR NEW VOLVO DEALER" 6th STREET and 6th AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 328-6586 SATURDAY, JANUARY We're wall lowall in 1973 Volvos. And although their model numbers difter, ihry have a number of improvements in common. Our new Volvos have redeiipied instni- mcnl panels, energy-absorbing bumpers, buiil-m side rcmloicmg bars, colors, iniprovcd rustproolmg and windshield mping. Our x dans and wagons have more powerful, >Jpced heaters. (The !64E comr; aircondilionmg. loo. Asunrool oplional.) Our 1SOOELS moves two people, and 35 cu. fl. of h.iajiaao in a style lo which sporls owners are unaccustomed. Our Mi w.iaon has three shield wipers. doors and loom ior a six-tool sola. 5lop hy. Once you lest duven a I97J olvo. you may w ant lo remodel vour garage. SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. LETHBRIDGE'S NEWEST AUTOMOBILE DEALER ____________ Friday. January 19, 1973 THE LETHWIDGE HERALD 17 YOUR BEST PLACE TO SHOP Word gets around. One hornemaker tells another. That s how many of our customers first learned about the fine food? and Wonderful savings at Safewav. If you have not yet checked, come see for yourself thi? week. We think agree Safeway is your best place to shop. SAFEWAY JELLY POWDERS EMPRESS ASSORTED FLAVOURS SPECIAL 3-oi. net wl. pkg. 2 .00 FRESH BREAD POLLY ANN, WHITE or BROWN, SLICED SPECIAL 20-01. net wt. locf 5 .00 DAVIDS BISCUITS S-oi.' net wi pko. IALANI PINEAPPLE UNSWEETENED 43-fl. 01 !m 1-ib. tub TOMATO JUICE CHOCOLATE PUFFS FRUIT JUICE MARGARINE ICE CREAM PEANUT BUTTER WHITE FLOUR SOUP FLOUR TOWN HOUSE CANADA FANCY ei. tins SNOW STAR Flavours lo cHocrsc IMPRESS KOWO OT CHUNK STYLE 43 ci. rvel weight tin ROBIN HOOD, All PURPOSE Poper Rag TOMATO or VEG. TOWNHOUSE HARVEST BLOSSOM All Pu f Dog LEG-0-PORK SMOKED HAM SIRLOIN STEAK ROAST BONELESS ROAST GOVERNMENT INSPECTED SWIFTS LAZY MAPLE. SKINNED. WHOLE, HALf or QUARTERS CANADA C-RADE 4 .48 CHUCK er ROUND BONE Canada Grade 'A' 75 CALIFORNIA EXTRA CHOICE NAVELS SIZE 56s GRAPEFRUIT CUCUMBERS FLORIDA RED o> WHITE S'ZE 4B i MEXICAN FIELD for EA PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Jan. 19 20 We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantitiei SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMIT I T E D ;