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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thundoy, November 13. 1973 Govt. insurance plan in works EDMONTON' (CP) Provin- cial Treasurer Gordon Miniely whose government is troub- We are your Printing HEADQUARTERS for all your WEDDING REQUIREMENTS INVITATIONS NAPKINS MATCHES PLACE CARDS THANK YOU CARDS CAKE BOXES and BAGS COASTERS Etc. FREE WEDDING GIFT included wilh your wedding invitation order! led by charges over awarding of insurance contracts say.5; reports Hint the government will bring in lis own insurance plan next year are "safe specu- lation." The government has recently been questioned in the legisla- ture over the awarding of con- tracts worth for gov- ernment vehicles to companies which all have executives with close ties to the Conservative party. Xcn1 Democratic Party lead- er Grant Notlcy also asked why the government didn't have a sell-insuring plan similar to British Columbia's. He was told that one woulc bi! considered under a total re- view of how the government insures its property and pro- tects itself from liability. LONG UNION Norway this year celebrates the 1100th anniversary of its unification. Puzzled with youT Wedding f-ions? FREE f QUESTION and ANSWER CIRCULAR Every bride wishes her wedding lo be per- fect. To help you pre- pare for that wonder- ful day, we hpve com- piled a list of questions most commonly asked by the bride-to-be. The answers are token from authoritative sour- ces on etiquette, Tlw Lcthbridgc Herald I PRINTING DIVISION Cor. 7lh St. and 5th Ave. S. LETHBRIEGE Phone 327-3203 In Crowsnetl Pasi See Vern Deeoux In Blairmort or Call 562-1149 THE EL RANCHO' MOTOR HOTEL in (he AZTEC LOUNGE PIANO and SONG STYLING by "BOBBY VAN" in Ihe CABARET "CLOUD" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY 1HURSDAY Everyone Admitted Free of FIRST STEP TO VIETNAM? A group of Canadian Armed Forces personnel receives vaccination shots in Ot- shots that would prevent tropical diseases should they be sent to Vietnam as part of an international super- visory commission to police any ceasetTre that may be an- nounced. External Affairs minister Mitchell Sharp said however, that Canada is not yet committed ID take part in such a role. growing restless OTTAWA (CP) There seems to be a growing restless- ness among some Liberal MPs wilh the low-kev approach maintained by the Trudeau gov- ernment since the Oct. 30 gen- eral election. "I know that the prune minis- ter is fully occupied with cabi- net changes and his day-to-day said one MP. "But as far as the public is con- e r n ed we've practically dropped out of sight." There have been only two ma- jor government announcements since the to ch a n g e immigration regu- slions, and the other to recall Parliament for Jan. 4. And many of the MPs critical of the ow profile, are also unhappy hat Mr. Trudeau did not call Parliament for a December ses- sion. "This is one time when we should IK out there busting our said a veteran MP, "Mr. TrJdeau told the people that we will profit by our mis- takes, but so far we haven't been doing anything for them to see." "Apart from one press confer- said another, "the prime minister hasn't been seen Most cabinet minister, many of them unsure about their fu- ture, have been staying close to Ottawa. In the last few days, Mr. Trudeau has been calling them in, one by one, presum- ably to discuss changes in port- folios. EXPECTED SOON Cabinet changes zrc expected to be announced within the next few days. After that there is likely to be a flurry of Liberal activity and publicity as .new ministers grapple with their departments. Meanwhile, work is said to be proceeding on the throne speech for the opening of the new Par- liament. With its minority posl- 70 71 n 70 I m m I m X TJ on O tn MUSIC STORE Corner of 4th Ave. and 5th St. Downtown During our expansion to our New Store motl lie mi tit reduced prices ideal far your STUDENT ELECTRIC T GUITAR and V, AMPLIFIER 1> ONLY SNARE DRUM KIT XMAS DRUM SET SPECIAL 9 ply set 13960 GUITARS Full line from METRONOMES 13M-1495 MOUTH ORGANS AND MELODICAS GALORE Save Big Here! Clearance Of All New 1972 Thomas Organs From ond UP Also Savings on Just Arrived 1973 Models Thomas Organs GRETSCH GUITARS 799 CHET ATKINS COUNTRY GENTLEMAN MODEL C Reg. 899.00 NOW ONLY Plui wt will Include delum con. SUNN AMPLIFIERS and P.A. SYSTEMS DARIUS AMPLIFIERS and P.A. SYSTEMS ALL AT THE GRETSCH "ROCKER" ONLY............... '495 GREAT SAVINGS JUNIOR ACCORDIONS For BEGINNERS At and UP TITANO ACCORDIONS '399 Reg. NOW ONLY NEW STOCK MANY MORE TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION 402-5th St. S.-Ph. 328-0843 to 2 O Z7> I Ul to CO to I U LLJ to tion, the government is anxious to develop an attractive legisla- tive package that will attract opposition sUDport, particularly from the New Democratic Party which holds the balance of power. One cabinet minister predicts that this throne speech "will concentrate on hard legislation, not the philosophy we've had in some of the previous ones." He said that after the initial flurry surrounding the cabinet changes I here may be an ap- parent lull in government activ- ity until Paliament opens. The Christmas season is tradition ally quiet lor government. The Libo-al. MPs who are critical of the lie-low approach argue that Mr. Trudeau and his senior ministers should have travelled at evo-y opportunity duing the last few weeks, giv- ing the impression of a govern- ment hell-bent for action. "Sure it might be more ap- parent than said an MP, "but the way things stand now we look stunned by OUT losses." Alberta brewery up tight over new union ruling RED DEER (CP) Opera- tions at the new Uncle Ben's Tartan Brewery will not bepin under conditions specified by (he Alherta Board of Industrial Relations, says brewery owner Gen Ginter. Mr. Ginter said if the plant is to begin production, the pro- vincial government or the city will have lo intervene on the company's behalf. The industrial relations board last week certified Local 250 of the International Brewery Work- ers of America as bargaining agent for brewery employees. The certification order covered alxnit 25 men involved in con- struction work who had hoped to work in beer production after construction was completed. The board said the men, laid off Oct. 23, should be'reinstated and compensated for lost wages. Mr. Ginler said the union lo- cal is headed by employees of an Edmonton brewery and that Uncle Ben's was being told who to hire. The local plant manager re- ported that "several" more employees have been laid off, bringing the total to about 30. Only about 10 persons remain working. PISA NEEDS MONEY PISA, Italy (AP) A spokes- man for the Pisa Geological In- shlute says the Leaning Tower of Pisa has leaned five more millimetres in the last three years, partly because of an earth tremor. He proposed an international campaign for funds to prevent further lean- ing. DOtfXl IfFTFEEff m( Makes dancing a litllc difficult, right? But don't worry. This problem can be easily overcome and you'll never have lo use lhat lired old expression of "Itvo left feel" again. Come in lo sec us at Ihc Monte Carlo Dance Academy and we'll have you dancing any or all of Ihc popular dances in just a few fun-filled lessons Decide now lo put your best fool forward, and assure yourself of a good lime for Ihe rcslof your life! 5 Lessons Jtj" Are Only JJ If you call now 327-1442 335 13th St. N. LETHBRIDGE Caito TV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE DHAMA: "Kona c p.m., Ch. 7. A Hono- lulu fishing toat captain investigates the death of his daughter. COMEDY: George, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Walter neglects his dog-sitting duties for a night on the town. COMEDY: Little People, p.m., Ch. 13. "The Lovi Bite Will Bug You" is (he lille of tonight's episode. MOVIE MELODRAMA: "Valley ol the Dolls." 8 p.m., Cli. 13. Three career girls facing the hard times of Broad- way, TV and Hollywood complicated by pills, alcohol and the wrong men. MOVIE DRAMA: "Storm in 9 p.m., Ch. T. A powerful story of compassion shown by a lonely delicates- sen1 operator for a young negro boy. VARIETY: George Kirby, II) p..m., Ch. 13. Singer Freda Payne joins George in songs and sketches. COMEDY; Maude, p.m., Ch. 7. Maude's ego gets a bruising as an old school chum turns up a caterpillar turned butterfly. HISTORICAL: Tenth Decade, p.m., Ch. 7. The final Dlefenbaker Pearson years are reconstructed in this con- cluding program. MOVIE SCIENCE FICTION: "Voyage To a Prehistoric a.m., Ch. 7. Space pioneers find that the planet Venus resembles the earth as it was during the pre- historic age. FRIDAY MOVIE THRILLER: "The House That Wouldn't 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A chiller ahout a woman who inherits an old house said to be liaunled. ANGLO'S Programi ure listed by the radio and television itotiani. Any variation Jn program due to lotf- minule changes by the ttationi and li not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Angle Distributor! Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Belt Conlemporary News; Doug Marvin ConlEmporary Sporls; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. CJOC News wilh Bill Skelton, Rad Whllt, Bill Mathescm Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card THURSDAY NIGHl SrM Probe 1220 World el John WalKer Reouesi Line John Charles Barry Hegland FRIDAY Probe 1220 Jim Elliot News, Wthr, Sport CBC News News and Grain News, Wlhr. Sport Prices Phone Hill 5hoi Joan Walerfleld- Jlm Elliot CHEC FM Jack John Walker Probe 1220 News, Weather, Sporls Hourly MON. THRU SAT. 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