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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 2, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 ____ HORNING IN ON 'SATCHMO' Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, that great trumpeter of jazz, wipes his lips with a handkerchief with his famous horn besida him at his home in New York's borough of Queens. He'll cele- brate his 70th birthday on July 4. _____ Vote Hinges On Outcome Of Car Insurance Bill WINNIPEG (CP) A crucial vote on compulsory government automobile insurance will prob- ably come late next week in the Manitoba legislature and a gen- eral election appears to hinge on the outcome. "If the bill is defeated or doesn't get out of committee we will go to the says Pre- mier Ed .Schreyer. The fate of his New Demo- c r a t i c Party administration, could hang on one Speaker's. The Speaker's tie-breaking ballot has already been used twice on the insurance bill, first to defeat an Opposition motion to defeat the bill for six months and again to give the bill second reading. The Conservative Opposition now is gearing for the possibil- ity that Speaker Ben Hanusehak could take his seat as a private member in committee of the whole bouse, where the govern- ment normally would be one member short, and vote to present it for third reading. MAY FACE CENSURE If he breaks with tradition and does this, he will face a mo- tion of censure from the official Opposition. Conservative sources say a rough draft of the censure motion, has already seen considered. Excluding the Speaker, the NDP has 28 members against a combined opposition of 28 in the 7-member legislature. After the Speaker broke a tie ast week, the bill went to the rablic utilities committee where he government has a two-mem- >er majority. After hearing up- wards of 100 briefs and dealing Cable Television Shares Switched OTTAWA (CP) Share transfers for cable television operations in Medicine Hat, Alta., and North Vancouver were approved here by the Ca- nadian Radio Television Com- mission. CableVision Medicine Hat Ltd. was given approval to transfer common and 838 preferred shares to Monarch Investments Ltd. from Famous Players Canadian Corp. Express Cable Televis i o n Ltd. of North Vancouver was given approval for a transfer of common shares to Western Broadcasting Co. Ltd. from present shareholders. In each case, the CRTC noted, the cable shares are transferred to groups with other broadcasting interests in the local area. In the North Vancouver case, Jt said the cable tystem Is small and "the commission does not consider that concen- tration of ownership is in- volved." In Medicine Hat's case, it said the cable ownership is transferred to the owners of the local radio and TV stations but, "taking into account the eco- nomic circumstances of the the commission be- lieved this to be in the public interest. It added that it will watch with interest' "development of local programming" -by the new cable owners in Medicine Hat. Famous Players, an Ameri- can owned company, under government regulat ions to come into effect this fall, must reduce its ownership in Cana- dian broadcasting undertakings to no more than 20 er cent of any particular operation. Greek Deputy Dies Of Hemorrhage ATHENS (Eeuters) Second Deputy Premier Dimitrios Pa tilis of Greece died of a cere- bral hemorrhage in hospita' here. Patilis, 60, a reiira army general, was taken il while touring central Greece late in April. He was trans- ferred by helicopter to an Ath- ens military hospital and had remained almost unconscious ever since. ESTIMATES DEFICIT WASHINGTON (AP) A joint congressional committee estimates that the U.S. federa deficit for the fiscal year tha started Wednesday may be about more than the Nixon administration ex pects. Instead of the deficit estimated in the revised budget of May 19 the Senate and House of Repre- sentatryes committee on reduc tion of federal expenditures fig ures the shortage could go as high as MAKE CYCLING A FAMILY AFFAIR FIVE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM WONDERFUL QUALITY WONDERFUL VALUE "CUTLASS" STANDARD MODEL BIKE plated Black pedals TweUone vinyl finished Mat Coasttr brake rear hub Chain guard amboyant green. model only, ta 14 years. O4 ,95 udget riced.......... 31 CONVERTA-BIKE for tht 4 to 7 year old.. Easily adapti ta boyi or girls. Now the little ones can have a bike iuit like big brather't High rile model complete with handle ban and banana leaf 16x1.75 wheel. wheels included Auerted with gleaming chrome 41 .95 with any amendments, the utili- ties committee will send the bill back to committee of the whole. At this stage the Speaker is normally absent from the house and his deputy takes the chair, reducing government floor strength to 27 against a com- bined opposition 28. The Speaker voting as a private member could force a tie, to broken by the chairman. If the Speaker does not vote with government in committee stage, the bill could easily die and Manitobans could soon be trooping to the polls. "It is a decision only he can said Premier Ed Schreyer in an interview. "No- body can ask him to do it and nobody will." The premier notes that al- though there are no precedents for a Speaker voting in commit tee. there are no rules against it.' Conservative Leader Walter Weir says he knows of no precedent in parliamentary his- tory for the Speaker making such a move and suggests it would effectively kill any future claims the Speaker could make to being impartial. Premier Schreyer disagrees. "The Speaker does not to be a eunuch to the said the premier, "as long as he is impartial to trie rules." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 Slh St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. "DEELITE" CONVERTIBLE BIKE For boys and girls in the 6 to 10-year- age group. A streamlined beauty. Sleek and sturdy. Ball bearings throughout, Frame slie removable tank type top bar. Wheels are 20x1.75 with white- wall balloon tires Perry type coaster brake. Finished In flamboyant red or blue. Each 39 "DEELITE" HUSTLER BIKES A high-rise bicycle with outstanding style and construction that will appeal to kids of all ages. Bucket style polo seat in glitter material with grips to match, chrome mud guards, high rise handle bars, extra large scrambler tire on rear wheel, frame size 14" with 20x1.75 front and 20x1.25 rear wheels, assorted flamboyant col- ors. Boys' and Girls' models. t AC Each....................... "Deelite" I-fpoed hustler bike. The same bike as above only in a 3-speed model with front and rear calliper type brakes. C7 O.C Each OI.OO NORTH LETHBRIDGE HOYT'S 324 13th STREET N. PHONI 32S-4441 MUST BE VACATED BY JULY 11th HE1E CLOSE-OUT Permit No. 863 UP TO Selling Out To The Bare Walls GOOD SELECTION WONT LAST LONG AT THESE PRICES! 1970 ADMIRAL 19" TV SET 15428 GENERAL ELECTRIC 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR WITH FREEZER ON BOTTOM ADMIRAL 13 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER FROST-FREE Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 387'" Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 297 .81 PHILCO-FORD FREEZER 16 CUBIC FOOT Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 237 ,56 ADMIRAL 2-DOOR 13 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER .28 267 Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE MOFFAT ELECTRIC GOURMET RANGE ADMIRAL 10 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR 184' DOUBLE OVEN ADMIRAL RANGE Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE Reg. 629.90 CLOSE-OUT PRICE 368 ,87 MOFFAT GOURMET RANGE 40167 GAS Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE Rag. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 338 PHILCO-FORD DELUXE 25" COLOR TV 747-47 Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE CLAIRTONE 25" COLOR TV (SLIGHTLY MARKED) .41 497 CLAIRTONE 25" COLOR TV GENERAL ELECTRIC Portable Vacuum Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 3 ONLYI MOFFAT 30" RANGES PHILIPS 25" COLOR TV 687'61 Reg. I CLOSE-OUT PRICE Reg. 45.95 CLOSE-OUT PRICE! I Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 207 MOFFAT 18 IB. CAPACITY AUTO. WASHER 337" I Reg. 449.95 CLOSE-OUT PRICE ADMIRAL 25" COLOR TV Beautiful Picture and Cabinet .91 Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 785 ADMIRAL 23" TV SET 25526 Reg. 359.95 CLOSE-OUT PRICE PHILCO 12" PORTABLE TV .21 PHILIPS STEREO Reg. 139.95 I QOSE-OUT PRICE 116 Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 317 '.69 DUMONT STEREO (SLIGHTLY MARKED) Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE 316 .18 PHILCO-FORD 3 WAY COMB. TV, STEREO AND RADIO 3891S aOSE-OUT PRICE J DANBY 7 CU. FT. FREEZER CLOSE-OUT PRICE PHILCO-FORD SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATOR Reg. CLOSE-OUT PRICE Open Thurs. and Fri. Till 9 p.m. All Merchandise Fully Guaranteed TERMS CONTRACT OR CASH GRAIN ACCEPTED ON TRADE DELIVERY CHARGES EXTRA APPLIANCES 1038 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-1332 ;