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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wvdntsday, May 30, 1973 THi LETHMIDGE HERALD -11 Defence minister resigns TOKYO (Reuter) Defence Minister Keikichi Masuhara re- signed today for disclosing de- tails of a conversation he had with Emperor Hirohito on Ja- pans defence problems. It was the second resignation of a senior Japanese political figure within 24 hours. Earlier, the speaker of the House of Representatives, Ume- Idchi Nakamura, tendered his resignation after being censured by the opposition for saying he had cheated them in mediating an end to their boycott of par- liamentary sittings. Nakamura was succeeded to- day by Shigesaburo Maeo, 67, a former justice minister, who was elected new Speaker of the house. SfL IV TO BE SOLD COAST TO COAST OUTSIDE! INSIDE! ALL AROUND YOUR HOME! ONE LOW PRICE GALLON QT. 2.39 USEYOUR EDIT "CHARGE IT" Brighten up your life! Paint on a new coat of colour where your home needs it rriost! Now's the time to buy during our big Fiesta Paint Sale. Fiesta is our premium line and the Regular Woolco is 8.47-9.97 a gallon. Choose the finish you need and we'll custom tint it to your choice of of happy colours at no extra charge! YOUR CHOICE: if HOUSE PAINT if EXTERIOR LATEX if LATEX WOODGRAIN if PORCH and FLOOR. ENAMEL if INTERIOR LATEX if SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL if LATEX SEMI-GLOSS ALKYD FLAT FIESTA WALLPAPER Prepasted, Vinyl coated, scrubbable wallcoverings in your choice of many beauti- ful patterns and colours. Stock up on this quality wall- paper at this low price. Sold in double rolls only. 2 .98 DOUBLE ROLL FIESTA SPRAY ENAMEL Huge colour selection includes mod colours and fluorescent shades. Large, economical 14 oz. can applies easily and dries to a tough enamel finish. .99 14 oz. can DEPARTMENT STORES A HVIftlON Of THE WOOUMMtMMkl Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive right limit quantities. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Prison scholar Britsh Columbia Penitent- iary inmate Gorry Mc- Whirter has completed first and second year courses in history, psychology and English at the University of Victoria as part of a de- gree program offered prisoners. MP wins plea to save kilt OTTAWA (CP) Sir Wil- frid Laurier won a round for the Scots. Quoting the former Liberal prime minister for support, Conservative Allan McKmnon (Victoria) made a plea in the Commons to save the kilt. His request won assurance from Defence Minister James Richardson that Scottish dress will be preserved in units. Speaking during adjourn- ment debate, Mr. McKinnon asked that the defence depart- ment reconsider a decision to end the purchase and mainte- nance of highland dress in fa- vor of regular Canadian forces uniforms. Invoking proud Scottish tra- ditions in Canada, Mr. McKinnon quoted Sir Wilfrid as in 1393: "If I was not French, I would choose to be Scottish" Mr. Richardson said no regulation prevents highland units from wearing kilts, but policies introduced before he became defence minister had eliminated financial support for their purchase and maintenance. However, he said a return to the former policies can be expected. shortage realized NEW YORK (AP) Like the unwelcome thump of a flat tire, the reality of the gasoline short- age has begun to bear on the minds of United States motor- ists. Warnings went out early that drivers who took to the high- ways for the Memorial Day weekend might have to shop around for gasoline to get home. Most of them made it because there are still huge quantities available. But the locked serv- ice stations and rationing en- countered by many emphasized that the supply is not quite enough. Demand for gasoline in the U S. has been increasing seven per cent a >ear, and traffic con- tinues to increase. At the same tune, many major oil com- panies say they do not have enough crude oil and have be- gun allocations to dealers based on 1972 sales. "I could sell about twice what they're allocating to notes Norman Smith, a Texaco sta- tion operator in Littleton, Colo. "I guess I can give fill-ups to my regular customers, but I'll have to limit the rest to 10 gal- lons." A handful of stations were limiting customers to five gal- lons during the weekend. Many stations have cut back hours or closed Sundays. i Radio OVEFll20STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITED S D_ts break- M OCI SAVE BIG-VALUE CTR-23. Positive-action lewr witch for sure recording! Full-range volume, auto-level controls. Includes batteries, earphone, and remots mike with stand. Protective plastic cover. A truly great buy! 327 5th STREET SOUTH Phone 328-9466 Lethbridge ;