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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuttdoy, July 3, 1973 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HWAID 17 Liberals facing tough task to avert two-party system in Canada By PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The failure ol the Manitoba provincial Lib erals to make any gains what- soever in last week's elections s taken on Parliament Hill an indication that Prime linister Pierre Elliott Trodeau s going to have to rely even Receives life sentence MEDIA, Pa. (AP) Marilyn Oobrolenski, 20, has been sen. tenced to two consecutive life terms for her part in the shoot- ing deaths of two Delaware state troopers last January. She pleaded guilty and was sentenced Friday. The judge said he would tell parole boards that she should never be pa- roled. She had been sentenced to death, but the sentence was de- clared invalid last Friday in the wake of the recsnt United States Supreme Court decision on capital punishment. Also killed in the gun battle near Centreville, Md., was Irv- ing Nogg, the mas for whom Mrs. Dpbrolenski deserted her family in Dayton, Ohio. The two Delaware troopers were killed after they followed Nogg and Mrs. Dobrolenski into Pennsylvania in ths wake of a motel robbery. Unveils plaque SKINNERS POND, P.E.I. (CP) Country singer Stomoin Tom Connors unveiled a plaque Friday on a renovated one-room country schoolhouse which he attended in the early IMOs. The schoolhouse, built by tin first settlers in this fishing com- munity, was renovated by Con- nors as a personal Prince Ed- ward Island Centennial project at a cost of More than 300 people turned out for the ceremony during which the building was dedi- cated as a historic landmark. CAREERS CALGARY AUXILIARY HOSPITAL NURSING HOME DISTRICT NO. 7 FOREMAN-BUILDINGS AND SERVICES District No. 7 requires on experienced foreman to supervise a preventative maintenance program for district and equipment. The successful candidate will direct the work efforts of a small staff. Must have a 3rd class Stationary Engineers Certificate and have trade experience at a journeyman miHright or equivalent. In addition success- ful candidate should have high school or trade school edu- cation and have 3 fo 5 years of supervisor experience. Special helpful knowledge will be in areas ef building construction and maintenance, air conditioning, air handling, refrigeration, power distribution systems and experience in a preventative maintenance program. Salary will be of interest to those applicants making than Benefits are very attractive. Apply with complete resume to, or fn person of: DISTRICT PERSONNEL OFFICE SUITE 200 140 1st Ave. S.W., CALGARY, ALBERTA T 28 OA5 For further information Call 261-3800 WHAT WHO WHERE WHEN OTHER PHONE-July 3-4th Mr. J. K. Burnett Holiday Inn Lethbridge, Alberta Operation of bar Ambitious, likes people, creative, lady or gentleman. iattibridae. Now. No investment but tfrm and enthusiasm. more to get a 'feel' of the West oo his small band of seven fed- eral members from the four Western provinces. Even though Manitoba Lib- eral leader I. H. Asper has bad his criticisms of the federal Liberal government, any gains made would have given the federal party some hope that the almost total domi- nance of Western Canadian poli- tics by the Progressive Con- servatives or tha New Demo- cratic Party was on the wane. The results tend to back up statements by Doug Rowland (NDP Selkirk) that unless tte Liberals can do something to change the trend further polari- zation of the votes can be ex- pected with Canada headed for a two-party system similar to that of Britain with (he two ma- jor battling forces being the New Democrats and the free enterprise system representat- cd in strength only by the Con- servatives. Of the seven federal Liberal MPs Mr. Trudeau has from the West, four are in the cabinet and two are Parliamentary sec- retaries. Only Doug Stewart of British Columbia has been left in the shadows. These then are the Western Liberals Mr. Trudeau has to work with in Ottawa. Apart from a handful of Western Lib- eral senators some antago- nistic to the Trudeau regime, provincial leaders who have been unable to catch the pub- lic's support and Imagination, and handpicked paid non- elected advisors, the prime minister has to take note of wbat they say. After all, unlike 61 other Liberal candidates in the West they did manage to get elected some by quite handsome majorities. If you're through with school, come and get involved with the world. The Canadian Armed Forces is in the help business. We help to keep the peace; help cope with natural disasters; help with search-ond-rescue operations; help people to help themselves. And right now, we could use some help from you. The staffing pay is good {particularly when you consider how little it costs you for food and lodging) and it gets better when you finish training. You'll get four weeks paid vacation, plenty of opportunity for sports and a chance to travel and to learn son e things about the world you won't find in school books. If you're wondering what fo do with the next few years of your life, ask about vacancies in the Canadian Armed Forces. The Canadian Aimed Forces CO, CFRSU 522 8th Ave. S.W.r Calgary, AHa. T2P 1E8 Phone: 269-6736 1 wont to In aw more aboul a career in the Canod'cm Armed Forces. Address. Province. .Telephone. Visit your mobile recruitirg unit ot MUDGE TOWNHOUSE MOTEL en 4th and Jth Jvfy. 1973 J 0m For most of our customers gives them all the tire they need. (You'll go a long way to beat that) Which way to Moose Jaw? How do you decide how much you should pay for tires? When you deal with tire experts, it's very simple. All you have to do is come in and talk. Tell us about your car, your kind of driving, x and the kind of money you want to spend. Together, we'll come up with a rec- ommendation that fills the bill, on all counts. You'll drive away happy, with tires that fit you. While we carry the complete range of General tires, most drivers find exactly what they're looking for in the middle-price range. Rugged 4-ply tires in nylon or polyester cord. Or one of the belted tires. These are all high quality tires that repre- sent good value for your money. No matter which tires are right for you, our everyday low prices, service and know-how add up to a tire deal you can't beat anywhere. You know, it doesn't cost you anything to drive in and talk. JET AIR-ID POLY-JET POLYESHR POLY-JET BELTED ELRICH TIRE LTD 402 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-4886 or 327-4445 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND People you can depend on for tires you can depend on ;