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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 10, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGl HERALD _ 9 Raymond, Granuin permits sold EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government yesterday sold 20 petroleum and natural gas permits for The largest purchaser was Mesa Petroleum CN.A.) Co. and L. L. and E. Canada Lid., who paid for permits cover- ing acres half near Raymond and half near Gran- um In southern Alberta near Lethbridge. GERALD A. BULLOCK, B.A., D.D.S. AND DENNIS S. BULLOCK B.Sc., D.D.S. wish to announce they have relocated their dental office to the Main Floor, Suite 101 MEDICAL DENTAL BUILDING COR. 7th ST. and 5th AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE Notice Of PUBLIC MEETING LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 The Annual Meeting of Electors of the Lethbridge Catho- lic Separate School District No. 9 will be held as in- dicated below for the discussion of Board Affairs. PLACE Lecture Theatre, Catholic Central High School DATE Tuesday, March 17, 1973 TIME p.m. N. L REILANDER, Secretary lethbridge Catholic Separate School District No 9 lethbridge, Alberta Parliamentary notebook Liberal MP noted for frankness Locked out Operators at the government liquor store in Fort St. James, B.C. finally pm their store in a cage following a rash of broken windows and thefts. Employees report that no-one has managed to pinch any bottles during non- busthess hours since the heavy jail-type bars went up. LARRY LEAVITT ANNOUNCEMENT 2nd Consecutive Month Mr. Andrew Olson, vice-president of Para- mount Life is pleased 1o announce taht EPSILON AGENCIES under tha direction of Prerson cmd Larry LDavill has acheived the top agency award for Paramount Life for all of Alberta, during Ihe month of February, 1973. This is their 2nd consecutive month for this acheive- ment. Wayne and Larry extend their thanks to their agents and many clients for helping to ihls goal possible. EPSILOM AGENCIES markets exclusively for Paramount Life. WAYNE PIERSON B; GARRY FAIRBA1RN OTTAWA (CP) It there Is an award for retrospective political frankness, Ross Whicher would be a likely candidate, if only for his comments in the House last Monday. "I had the privilege to be a member 'of the opposition in the Ontario legislature for many years. I realize how dif- ficult it is to be a member of an apposition party. "I know that sometimes the Mttom ol the barrel is craped in order to find criti- cisms in respect of govern- ment policy." Turner replied with tongue in check Tuesday to charges by Steve Paproski ton Centre) and other Con- servatives that Mr. Turner had stolen Robert Stanfield's plan for an anti-inflationary ;ax system. "The honorable member for Edmonton Centre accused me of stealing his leader's under- Mr. Turner noted. "I did not steal his underwear. I took off the buttons and put on a zipper.' Later, Mr. Turner got into a good-natured dispute with Mr. Paproski over whether the stout Edmonton MP could tear the thick government )lue book of spending esti- mates in half. After learning that Mr. Paproski did in fact perform tha feat, Mr. Turner for- mally withdrew his state- ment, adding: 'I do not want to meet the honorable mem- ber in other circumstances after this debate is over." Mr. Paproski is former football lineman with Edmon- ton Eskimos. Freshman MP Sinclair Ste- vons (PC York-Simcoe) recently appeared in news photographs with 13 feet of tax forms glued together as he alleged that the forms re- ceived by each taxpayer are too long and complicted. The photos won wide play in news- papers across the country. Mr. Stanbury later sug gested this 'publicity was thi reason why, in subsequen Commons debate, Mr. Stevens let his imagination soar to new heights, contemplate the total of forms to be filled out by Canadians. "Many do not realize that if these forma were stretched end to end they' would cover a dlstnce oi almost Mr. Stevens said. "In short, the forms would, stretch twice around the world along its equator. "To put it in the Canadian context, the' forms would stretch from sea unto sea eight times and from north to south eight times, leaving lots of room for bows." That theme, however, was cut short at this point by a timely Interjection from Mr. Stanbury: 'You really are stretching it.' Early this week, the num- ber of written questions asked by MPs since Parliament opened Jan. 4 passed the average of about 35 for each sitting day. The questions, often designed to unearth embarrasing mate- rial, frequently require a great deal of work by dvfl servants. Waller.Dinsrlale for example, wants details on all "publicity gimmicks' used to promote the new postal codes. Other questions require only a glance at a standard refer- ence book or two. 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