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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 28, 1973 THE LETHORIDGE HERALD IS New format seen for premiers' huddle Something Is Happening At MKISTOIK Don't Miss The Savings During Revelstcke's SPRING Fix Up Kern One Coat Gal. 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5777, 327-5888 Open Monday to Friday a.m. fo 5.30 p.m. Saturday a.m. fo p.m. FREE DELIVERY "CHARGEX" MKISTOK COMPANIES LTD. Britain joins scandal club London subway commuters read details of a sex scandal that caused the resignations of two government ministers recently. The front page of the Daily Mail carried a photo of two women it claimed were involved in the affair. One, the newspaper said, was a 26i year-old Irish cattle dealers' daughter Norma Levy (on right in news- paper and the other, a West Indian girl named Kim (en left in newspaper NIXON i'N DOGHOUSE WITH PARTY-GIVERS OTTAWA (CP) It may be that federal-provincial confer- ences, which bring Prime Min- ister Trudeau and the 10 provin- cial premiers together with ir- regukr frequency, will have a changed format. After three days of haggling in Ottawa this week, there was a growing consensus among delegates that future should emphasize broad goals and objectives, not technical is- sues which could be handled bi- laterally. Mr. Trudeau told reporters there was "tentative agree- ment" to have future confer- ences discuss wider and he saw no reason why they shouldn't be open to the public. "We'd be far better if we had more general said Premier Peter Lougheed of Al- berta. "A lot of things we dis- cuss at these conferences could better be dealt with on a bilat- eral basis." DELEGATES UNHAPPY At this latest conference, held behind the closed doors of Ot- tawa's refurbished Union Sta- tion, delegates appeared to be tired of arguing over complex financial formulas inside and then coming out and explaining the whole process to waiting re- porters. And the reporters were not ecstatic with the arrange- rehearsed at pre- vious meetings. Mr. Trudeau said it was origi- nally decided to close some of these meetings because time would be saved if the politicians weren't obliged to grandstand to voters in front of television cameras. "But we're doing it in the cor- ridors outside said one premier. "At least some are." At this conference, the CBC had radio and television report- ers here from the various re- gions of Canada, interviewing the premiers for audiences back home. A premier, who asked not to be identified, said open meet- ings the TV lights wear to far greater efficiency. "If the public could witness this conference, for instance, it would see that the federal for- mula for health costs was badly Big catch PARIS (AP) Alain ffilaire went fishing for trout in a small stream near the Mediterranean and came up with a two-foot- long shark. backgrounded and he said. "If the meeting was opened, a lot more homework would have been done and perhaps the for- mula would have been ac- cepted." One official said there have been dissatisfactions expressed in the past about these techni- cal, closed-door meetings, but this is the first time a con- sensus has developed against them. He predicted that Mr. Trudeau would argue for an open session the next time, and the agenda would provide for discussion on subjects everyone could understand. "What the public gets now i> sel.ond-hand gobbledegook." FUR STORAGE TIME i FREE SPEiDY FiCK-fP RESTYLING RELINING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING The LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS 514 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Phone 327-2209 i i Snap-up hot bargains from an inventory of millions of dollars. They're a real steal! WCU Shoppers Stoppers start 3H O Th ursday, May 31 vJJClyO Simpsons-Sears WASHINGTON (API-Some Washington hostesses think President Nixon barked up the wrong tree when he warned a bachelor to watch out for "some of those dogs" at capital dinner parties. "I'd rather sit next to a dog than a retorted one Washington party-giver. Nixon found himself in the doghouse here after he chat- ted in front of news photo- graphers with Lt.-Col. John Dramesi of Tacoma. Wash. Dramiesi, a former prisoner of war, went to the presi- dent's Oval Office to present him a flag Dramesi made from a handkerchief and a blanket while in a North Viet- nam prison. ENTER THE ON A COLOR TV AND OTHER PRIZES WHEN YOU SHOP LITTLE JOHN DISCOUNT NOW OPEN AT 326 6th ST. S. Shop Thesa And Many More In Store Specials Today As Nixon received the flag, he said: "He doesn't look like 40 years old. does and advised Dramesi to take all the invitations to Washington dinner parties he can get. Then Nixon said: "Watch out for some of those dogs they have you sit by." He quickly caught himself and added: "No, there are some very nice girls in "Washing- ton." The Washington social cir- cuit yelped in disbelief- A prominent administration hostess reached by telephone said: "It's staggering! I'm aghast! I'm going to have a drink! And she hung up. Alice Roosevelt Longworth, daughter of President Theo- dore Booseyelt, said: "Leave me out of it, I'm just an old grey mare." COMPACT CAR RADIAL TIRE SALE TRELLEBORG RADIAL TIRES DIRECT FROM SWEDEN LIFETIME GUARANTEE 1 _155SR12 TBLS :165SR13 TBLS 175SR73 TBLS !185SRT3 TBLS 165SRT5 TBLS 175SR14 TBLS 185SR14 TBLS S32.95 S33.95 S35.95 S33.95 S34.95 S36.95 LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" 1902-2nd Ave. 5. Phone 327-3580 r ASPIRIN Bayer 100's BABY Johnson and Johnson 9-oz 0 DENTU CREME with Dentu Brush Economy RAID House and Garden Bug Killer, 11.2-oz. 99 0 HAI KARATE After Shave 4-oz....... CREST Toothpaste 50 ml. 44 prices effective May 28th to June 2nd Discount 7 DIGIT DIALING IS NECESSARY WHEN MAKING PHONE CALLS Starting Sunday, May 27th, Lethbridge res- idents will find it necessary to dial all seven digits when making phone calls. Otherwise, calls may not go through. Especially if you reside or work in the "329" exchange. This is due to newly installed, electronic switching equipment in the "329" Lethbridge exchange. Seven digit dialing is necessary to complete local calls and direct distance dialing calls as well. And in the future, as more advanced switch- ing equipment becomes available, seven-digit dialing will be absolutely essential to complete all calls. ;