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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednndcy, January 24, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Mugged Wiliiam Watson, SS, bewildered in his liny room at (He Sa'valien Army s hospital in Toronto and tries to recount being mugged end robbed. Mr. who clcims to no herns and hcs spen! the several week? sleeping cutdoo-s, is shewn with the only money he has left after he was robbed cf twenty dohcrs. Bill to protect journalists filed By STEPHEN" SCOTT OTTAWA (CP1 Legislation to protect the news son-res o: news reporters has been placed again in this on the Commons list of private mem- bers' bits. Gordon Fainvea'iber Funa'y Royal i and Arnold Pe- ters have submitted iden.uca] bills de- signed to protect journalists from having to disclose their screes in courts. Each Scys in "A is nM com- pelled :o disc'ov or produce to a court source of informa- tion to public news, in- telligence or reports or eventi that is o- corr.r.r.mica'.ed to. or :s seer., hoard or other- wise by him ar.d pui> lished or broadcast in whole in par. o: by a newspaper." Museimiobile tour Jan. 29 OTTAWA 'Cr Co-> 5 e r v a i v e Leaner Robert Stanfie'.d aocusfti the cove.-T'.- o: ;n shared hoi'th cast He said hi- vhctrer Hoa'-h 1 riodsiod tva: a'l 3 -u-.-lxr of Co-nor5 r, vie leve's o: A'" v--1! Tre bills specify ihat nevrs- paper in this content also meaT-S a broadcasting station. FISHER LANGUAGE Botli Mr. Peters ar.d Mr. FsirweaLher are using the same wordage by Douslas Fisher, now a columnist and a broadcasting personality, who en from 1937 until 1955. firs: for the old CCF and then for the NDP Mr. Fairwea'her recalled Monday that he has been sub- mitting the same bill for three years. He said he is seeking more than anything else a de- bate on the whole question of joumsiistjc privilege, a subject of considerable controversy in U.S. rich; nw But he said his bill has al- ways been so low en the list of private members' that it never has been debated. His bill this year is No. iy and appears to face the same fate. BU: Mr. Peter's submis- sion is N'o. 41 and misht come before the House during some private members' hour" before Lhe end of the current sitting. TALK OUT BILL? It is a genera] practice for the government to "i.-lk o-.n" a -emehr's is keep the debate going for the prever.t a vole. Others given routine firs', reading last week include: Maelnris Vancouver Mr. Pe- ters and Do-jg Rowland wan; election? ewy tour years the ernirtrt defeated on a rnaior in Parliament. -Pavia Oriikow vi'ov.ld tlie neiotiatcd by public ino government. .T.-'-n the V- the eludes incc? would against creases limit I New IXWis fir-.ri ov. eludes current for one cnn not Mr I no1, I'rt-.; :ay wo- i? see-kin.: ;o r-ako it ros- s-.b'.e no: ;o an in- .cv. Maether driver who pulls to eh in- the side of the rnaci and parks pe.'.r '.o a piovision to extend Memlvrs of ti-.o nv.micipril coun- cofi I'nvranis oil were deliberating serious ye.ir if the new business a: the town hall when he ru-rivd o- a viild lnvir rhargeil into their .nlonde r.v.lsl. Tlie animal, r.niM'iP'V the uhiel: had oiildist.nviM I'linters :-.d ih.-.t it iii.1 r.ol tip- a was shot by SPRING FABRICS On Sale Now To Save You Time and Money Five Big Days Thursday through Wednesday, January 31st Start sewing for Spring now and save yourself time. Don't be caught without a spanking new wardrobe from Eaton's. The ploids, plains and prints are here to greet the season at savings prices you'll be ready for Spring with money in your pocket. "Crimplene" Low, Low Priced Excellent for Making All Sorts of Wearables. "Crimplene''. Ever-popular 11 oz. polyester double knit in a crepe stidi. Wash 'n wear. YARD 2 .59 Linen-Look Checks and Stripes 45" Linen-look checks, stripes, 'n plains. Visccse- and-flax blend that'i hand washable or dry able. And sews up a dream! Colors induce QQ nalural flax, pink, blue and white. Yard 60" Seersucker Suiting A carefree biend c: ccryiic era cot-en! in a wide variety cf plaids cnd checks. Seersucker wcs big lest Summer end promises to be A QQ equally popular for 73! .........Yard 45" Washable Broadcloth Po broadc'o'h. Wcshc cr no ironing required. colors.................Yord 99' Printed Polyester Crepe 4i J5 printed pclyesfer creps. Enjcy Ihe wcsh- day ease of polyester crepe! Selection cf wc'er- color prints in soft shades. 4 00 Wide variety cf colors..........Yard Polyester Prints Shantung into cfternocn or evening 4-i' wide..................... Yard 4-99 Save on Polyester Crepe Answer carefree fabric to sew up in styV ircces of pink, pcie b'u-'e, navy pi QQ yeiicw, red, ivory.