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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Prison weapons Reporters view scores of sharpened instruments and weapons seized from prisoners at St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary Wednesday during a tour of facilities. No pictures were permitted of the cellblock itself. Alberta reply awaited OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment is awaiting Alberta's response before acting on a National Energy Board report on oil reserves. Energy Minister Donald Macdonafd said Wednesday. Alberta and Saskatchewan have copies of the report but Alberta has not yet made any comment on it. he said in the Commons Jack Homer foot) said he has heard that reserves may be exhausted by 1983. He asked if the report will be made public before Monday when Finance Minister John Turner brings down a budget. Mr. Macdonald said he is keeping Mr. Turner informed on the reserves of petroleum and other natural resources. One of the controversial items in the May 6 budget. which led to the last government's defeat and the July 8 election, would have prevented oil companies from deducting provincial roy- alties from their federal tax- es. Federal-provincial ex changes over the proposed tax have taken place but it is not known if the measure will be remtroduced in the same form in the new budget. CANADIAN Treat yourself to the rich golden smoothness of 1878. ViEAGHl. RYE WHISKY Blended smooth. Aged smooth. Priced smooth. MEAGHERS V MEAGHERS O :-o r a nadia n A smooth number Interpreting the News Ford showing signs of political strain WASHINGTON (CP) Even before the United States Congress returns from its election-time recess, Presi- dent Ford is showing apparent signs of strain from the tug and pull of political forces re- shaped in the Nov. 5 balloting. On the one hand, Ford was able to asssure speaker Carl Albert, leader of the newly-ex- panded Democratic majority in the House of Represen- tatives, that the White House can "get along" with the new Congress that convenes in January. On the other, he apparently assured a group of conser- vative Republican leaders from the south that neither he nor the Republican party would have to move to the left, politically, to work effec- tively with a Congress which is almost certain to be more liberal than the current one. The contradiction, if there is one, can be taken as one more sign of the political strains that both Republican and Democratic parties are likely to undergo in coming months Senator Jacob Javits of New York, one of a group of liberal Republicans re-elected Nov 5 despite the anti-Republican tide of the voting, foresees liberal and conservative forces engaged in a "battle for the soul and ideology of the Republican party" across the United States The Democrats, with a national convention next month in Kan- sas City, are faced with a con- tinuation of their own long- standing struggle to deter- mine whether left or right wings of the party will shape its future and select its presidential candidates. An extra lens for sharper That's the whole idea behind ournewPanasonic Quintrix tube. No other color picture tube has it. We put an extra lens into the new Panasonic Quintrix picture tube.To give you a sharper, brighter picture than ever before. Television manufacturers put electron lenses in their picture tubes to focus the image. We put in an extra lens to make the focus even sharper. And because the Quintrix picture tube is mounted on CT-914C CT-924C a more powerful chassis you get a brighter picture too. Panasonic color portables with the exclusive new Quintrix tube, in five models and three different sizes. From a compact light- weight the popular 20" sizes. Every one gives you the sharpest, brightest picture ever. And after all, isn't that the whole idea? CT-39BCA CT-7UC Panasonic just slightly ahead of our time REMUS TELEVISION 624-13 Street North Phone 328-9759 ;