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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 Parties warm up engines for election OTTAWA The election machine is a complex ap paiatus of human gears and political power thai as much careful tuning as the most intricate racing car with the defeat of the minority Liberal government and Thursday's announcement of the Juty 8 all major parties have started their engines Prime Minister shortly after announcing the date began a caucus as did Robert Stanfield of ihe New Democrat David Lewis and Social Credit s Real Caouette When the prime minister dropped the official starting flag his own party appeared slightly unprepared for the race We haven t been preparing for an election Senator Keith Davey Liberal campaign co-chairman said eai'ier this week He have the the but we don t have tlet.h on it Working hard He and the other Transport Minister Jean Marchand were hard at work Thursday getting things i an mng smoothly in the shortest possible time The prime minister s campaign travel plans were not irn mediately known He was preparing tor a visit to Duke University in North Carolina to deliver a convocation address and receive an honorary degree Sunday The commitment was made some time ago The full campaign may not start until after Maj 24 Vic tona Dav but the Conservatives and NDP were wasting no dme Mr Stanfield is oft to Fredencton and Sault Ste Mane Out during the weekend Mr will visit the Ontario cities of Brant ford and Sault Ste Mai le starting Sunday Hectic start Mr Lewis will start with a nomination meeting Sunday in Oshawa followed by others in Brantford Monday and Sault Sie Mane Tuesday He wll be mainly in his own Toionto riding of York South Wednesdaj and from there he plans to go to Vancouver Thursday for at least part of the annual Canadian Labor Congress convention Mr will start a swing through his western Que bee riding ot 1 emisr iminpue Thursday before be begins what a spokpsman has described as a national campaign All 15 social Credit MPs hold Quebec serifs The provincial wing ot the party was cnpuied in trie- 1972 yueber election taking only two of 110 seats Spokesmen for all parties this Contest will make the 1972 Cdrnpaign look like a quiet Sunday cir.e I intend to fight a vigorous Campaign a tough campaign but not a violent one Mr Trudeau said Thuisdav It will be an intensive ampaign Mr appearing eagci said I pxpert it will DP fairly arduous Mr and Mi Caouette both used the word tough HIP NDP is well ahead in the nominations rare with fl8 candidates chosen so The Sonal rcdn total is -W Conservative -arid Liberal 14 PUiLIC HEARING PRELIMINARY REGIONAL PLAN Qldman River Regional Planning Commission IN MATTER OF THF PLANNING AC RE.ING CHAPTER R S A 1970 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO iN MATTEH Of the PRELIMINARY RECilONAI AN rj-r u a N iimppt re pacing planning for the Oldrrun River Reg on NO I ICE THAT the O'dman Rivor Rcc-'ona1 Plam ng osiwri win hold a ojbiic hra nq ir the i_Cut jre Kate Andrew Building Lethbridge Community College on Trursdiv J ire M 1974 A' the 3' 700 oclcyk in ihp evpninq for hi1- respecting the proposed Preliminary Reg cnal Phn AND FURTHER TAKt NOTICE THAI proposed Plan has Deer Jdcpied n p-mciple on May 2 1074 the Conns anU 'hat 'he intends to confirm ihe Plar at a mePtiPq op ANP ruRTHEP TAKF NOTICE THAT he Plji p ndicaiec and proposes so'udons the of coTi-ieiidations 'o- vanou aspects o' rpgional devloprreni land tsi- The Plan riany o ccncfrn bit thpy ire bdsirilly high lighted r ihe points Deielooment of the region ihrouql a balanced deveiopneni -oruopt More rational distribution of ciublu drd onvatf unds entering the rsqion in oroe- that al1 dans of he region can share in the of erononic qrowih and comnunity Conservation ot water supoly ard qual ty Managsnent our limited vva'er resourcso P for ihe further growth and develop-iT' of including ne protection ihe kpy watershed1' in the Tounian-. JPO foothilK and the abatement of waie- pollution 'rnprovement of the urban and rural envroTient Mairtenanre Southerl Alberta s comparat veiy o'ean unsouiled through such publ'r action as resior ng abandoned resource extraction stes civic and beaut f'ca'uon p-ograns and education programs for the apprecia' on and conservatoi of the regions natural on for co-riprehensivp lard use punning tor ru'a1 Preservation of prime agricultural lands for us- jpd resolu'ion of conflicts between pon agncjltural country and agriculture for a systematic approach to ouidoc-r recreation Development o' a comprehensive system 01 refeat on facilities ard open space in order to make of oui abundant rec'patMn rpsources and to alleviate ihe sprious shoriage developed ta'ks and 'ecreation Our mountains and foothills valleys re-servoirs contain nuch uriapoed recreatiop ootential P-ovision fo a 'ransportation system to facilitate de.elopneri Development o' a safe convenient and et'ic en' means of ''unsporting peop'e jqhout the region ind areas beyond the region for a coordinated and convenient soc al faci'ity system Coordination of rommu-'itv and social fac anc1 iuuh as hospital 're qnd ambjlance servces in a mo-e econn-'irai and efficient manner in order to better sfvp the pubhr P-ovi3ion for adequate housing and standards of u'ban des gn biibdaision design Provision adequai0 and Suitable hojs na for sufficien' numbers of people n region and o' h qK standard' of subdivision design Provision for the alleviation of problems ard reahzatior 'hi potential of jornp sub having umoue problems and characteristics More examination o' the Pass Water on Park vir niiy Indian and I ethbridge and pnvrona Pi-ovsion for a framework lor implementation of piarnmg oroposah Fatablishing proper channels of rnn-iunication betwaen municipal regional and provincial bodies in order to effectively Implement the recommendations outl'ned IP the Plan AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT copies o' and sub sequent amendments to recommendations contained n the Plan may bi viewed at the Commission offices at 1003 4 Avanue South Lethbridge or at any municipal olflcf In the Oldman River Rpg onal Planning Commission area AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any persons intending to make a submission with respect to tie Plan shall do on or beforo June 6 1174 two copies of the submission with the Commission at 100J Avenue South Lpthbndgp AND riJHTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT only such -vho file such written 'submissions may make i-eD'esentatio' and concerning the r lubniisions at the Public HPariPT DATED this 10th day Of May 1974 I O til Ere I'IVP Director Oldnigi Ppnioriil planning Comrnssion Brandt 'hush money' story denied BONN The West German government denied Thursday that Willy Brandt s friends paid marks as money to a former Communist woman agent The denial came after press reports linked the ex- chancellor with the alleged woman agent more than 13 years ago when he was West Berlin mayor resigned as chancellor Monday night after one of his close personal Guenter had been unmasked as an East German spy Suggestions that he had laid himself open to blackmail by Guillaume were described by Brandt on television Wednesday night as but he admitted that he was neglient in allowing Guillaume to handle secret documents after he was warned last June that doubts existed about his assistant's political reliability One of the reasons for Brandt was that his private life might be drawn into speculation over the Guillaume affair In the development involving an alleged woman observers noted the official denial only concerned the reported payment of not the woman's reported connection with Brandt The anti-government rnaga- ztne said the Communist woman agent was assigned to gain Brandt's confidence in the late 1950s WILLY BRANDT Sears gardenshop Great value... great Get something Alberta Ash B-3U'l'jl dl'f tT'P TO y ya'a Bedding-out Plants y Basket Oh t orr a Idrje oHpc 'K n r ddy to plant Perennial clematis vine 99 No 1 plants in 4 pots Purple Pink Blue or White Colors Delightful peonies 1 3 to 5 eye size roots Grow to producp large Giant phlox plant -I49 I ei Grows 3 high with giant blooms on stem twad1 every year Peony support rings ea Reg Essential to support favourite 10 Giant gladiolus bulbs 10 for OO 10 o' i'ie b'ggsM qlad bulbs ve ever seen' A rainbow of colors 20-20-20 plant food For house plants and outdoor use 3 Ib maKes gallons Save Merion grass seed Reg S1299 Famous blue grass mixture 5 Ib will 1700sq f Vegetable grower 329 Reg pounds of rich food for bigger vegetables tomatoes Evergreens 999 Rog 99 Lush evergreens to beautify your home while adding to iti. value Largo-8i7e plants etc upright Ea Beautiful Assortment of Tal shade trees 449 Flowering Crabapple 3' tree 4.49 Royalty Flowering Crab Dolgo Hybrid tea roses L3rqe of climbert. shrub -oses eiprblooniinq hyisricl Teas roses are coated with new formu'a called S-600 in vented by a British rosp exuerl which is far suppnoi to the qreen used in pre vioualy Fragrant Lilac Bushes ea Reg 99 Select varieties will grow 10- 12' Purple White Pink or Red colors 12' plants Golden Leaf Elder Bush Pro- duces white flowers m spring Golden Foliage Save1 6 cedar fan trellis 199 i Req 59 Sturdy support for all t lirnbmq roseb vines Painted White- on red cedar trellis Expanding opens to 8 iCdl or horizontal Save on plastic watennq can 129 Req 59 Scars gdrdonbhop value U S qal size I ightweight sturdy 9' Staol garden panels S Reg 99 1 otal y lencjtn by 14 hiqli painted Save 49' Clay birdbath I 4. Reg Si 6 98 Add elegance and life to your garden 23 high diameter Save1 4-lb Rose Food S1 49 ea Hiqh quality rose food wi'ri iron better rolor Feeds 16 bushes Gold Label lawn food 35 Ib Reg Organic base 12-6-3 has slow-release will not burn 10-6-4 lawn lb rteg 99 Low-priced and fast- acting For and hedges 4000 sq ft sire Decorative plastic fence Reg Si 09 White or Black plastic in wrought iron style 2 length 13 high 3' long daisy fence 219 Sturdy plastic makes an ideal decorative bolder in gardens Save on hose- end sprayer O49 O Reg 99 fcasy way to stop lawn insects weeds gal capacity Weed Feed kills lawn weeds 5000 sq ft size and the 20-10-5 formula won t burn grass Save1 Malathion insert spray For spcure budworm and many othf-rs Biodegrad- able 8-02 bOttli' Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the linest guarantee or money Iron Hnliunru Store Hours Open Daily 9 30 a m to 5 30 p m Thursday and Friday 9 30 a m to 9.00 p m Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 ;