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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 1, 1972- British Columbia is negotiat- ing with Eric Kirnins to have Ihe former Liberal cabinet min- is! er serve as an economic con- si'lliml lo the New Democratic T-'aity government. In a telephone interview, Mr. Kicrans siifd in Montreal today he is al [resent advising the Mil1 government in Manitoba nn economic affairs and his du- ties there will end Nov. 30. After that, he said, he will be free lo negotiate with B.C. Attorney General Alex MacDonaid said in Victoria "a consultative role" for Mr. Kier- ans is being contemplated. McGoveni was a run- ,-iivay miuier over President in a mock election at Ihe Missouri Penilentiary at .Jefferson City. McGoveni, a Democrat, ve- ivived COli to 434 for in Tuesday night's vot- ing. Others received 258. George C. Wallace, who won the balloting at the prison in j IMS. received 144 write in votes. Prince diaries has been cri- ticized over his prowess at play- ing the cello Students at the University of Wales complained that his "laving did not merit the honorary music degreeO wlu'ch the university plans to confer on him. The 24-year-old prince studied Webh at Abery- stwyth. A top Soviet astrophysicist, Kronirt Lubarsky, has been sen- tenced to five years in a labor camp for anti-Soviet activities, dissident sources reported in Moscow. Lubarsky, 38, was charged with possessing, read- ing and distributing books and other materials which the au- thorities consider anti-Soviet. The man responsible for plan- ERIC KIEIUXS services sought ning naval operations for the Allied invasion of Europe in the Second World died at the age of 77 in London. Ad- miral of the Fleet Sir George Elvey Creasy saw service in both world wars hi the Royal Navy and retired in 1955. As chief of staff to the late Ad- miral Sr Bertram Ramsay, Allied naval commander in chief, when the Allied invasion of Nazi Europe was in the of- fing, Sir George was in charge of planning the naval opera- tions for it. David Cass Beggs, chair- man of Manitoba Hydro, has been appointed to replace Gordon Slirum as chairman of EC. Hydro and Power Author- ity. Resources Minister Bob Williams said in Victoria Mr. Cass-Beggs will become chair- man effective Jan. 1, 1973. The minister also announced the ap- pointment of Professor James Wilson as a Hydro director. Mr. Cass Bcggs became chairman of Manitoba Hydro in January, 1970, after working as a consultant on northern power development for the Manitoba government. Before that, he had been gen- eral manager of the Saskatche- wan Power Corporation. Recover balloon in Montana area RED DEER "eliminating Ihe misuses 'vhich in this field have been al- leged or have actually taken pbrfl1' Hiving sl.irl (0 which really damage t h e church." Priests and lay law- yers included in a Vatican list of authorized lawyers of the Sa- cred Rota tribunal are known lo charge up to or more for each marriage case. The new fees range from lo for lawyers. Trial ex- penses range from to S595 for one trial. Each marriage ease, however, requires at least two trials for a ruling to be- come final. Hold Queen up LONDON (AP) Hundreds of cabbies staged a ilcmonslration snarling noon Iraffic around Piccadilly Circus and making the Queen trl min- utes lato for an exhibition in honor of the BHC's !iOth birth- day. The taxi drivers were prn- k'.Ming I ho value added lax, which uill into rffrrf in firi- Inin next April to line up wilh Ihe Kurnpcan Common Market. The lanfilc of taxis held up the limousine. The Woolco Canadian Collection, Long Bold looks to sleep, lounge or entertain in! Ladies' Long Gown (A) -40 Denier Nylon Tricor wilh lace Irini al waisl. tong sleeves, hood and zip from. Purple, Navy, C4 Tangerine. S-M-t. 0 1 each Gown and Coat Set (B) In a dreamy looking ny- lon prinll Square neck gown wilh m a t c h i TI g coal. sleeves. Peach, Lilac, Green. S-M-L. Set J LOU I. NOT ILLUSTRATED 2 Tone Hostess Gown Nylon quilt with em- broidered front bodice and gathered skirl. Tia bell and hidden but- tons. White wilh Purple, Green or Blue. S-M-t. X THE PRINTED SLEEPCOAT! Sweet dreams in easy care cotton! All over print with a feminine ruffle down the front. sleeves. Self tie belt. Pink or Blue. S-M-L. Fleece Hostess Gown Elegant Peignoir Set (C) Quilted fortrel coal wilh fl 100% nylon gown. Tuxedo collar, double breasled, Frlm. Mini, Purple. S-M-L. each Not Illustrated Lace Trimmed Printed nylon gown wjlh wide sleeves: Lace trim al neck and waist. Choose Pink or Aqua. M-L. each Use Your Woolco Charge ard For All Your Christmas Shopping D. Right al home in acctale and nylonf Buff on fronf wifh long sleeves Printed icp, plain skirl. Mauve, Brown, gf A Wine. S.M.L Each JJ.Q f Nor Illustrated Nylon Tricot Gown Has puff sleeves,