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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 ICTHBKID01 HRAID W.dnuday, November 79, 1971 REGINA (CP) Ed Whe- lan says he won't have any hesitation about criticizing his brother Eugene, newly ap- pointed federal agriculture minister. Ed, NDP member of the Saskatchewan legislature for Regina North West, said Tuesday federal agricultural policies "will get the tough- est, roughest, pounding I can BROTHERLY LOVE PUT TO TEST give If I think he's wrong." Ed said there are no per- sonal differences with his Lib- eral brother "but politically we disagree, I think that's ob- vious to the whole country." The Saskatchewan MLA says his younger brother's ap- pointment to tire cabinet is long overdue. "He probably knows more about agriculture than any other member of the government." WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "THE MOONGLOWS" Sunday "GREY CUP SPECIAL" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Something new being added to market list TORONTO (CP) Some- thing new is being added to the Toronto Stock Exchange list of daily units." The first such listing, TD Realty Investments, will start this week but will be separated from other quotes under the heading "trust unit" on the ad- vice of exchange lawyers. Exchange counsel said unit trusts "are not shares or stock and should not be de- scribed as such." Since they are not a limited liability secur- ty, the exchange decided to list them separately to "avoid any misrepresentation." Western Roundup City seeks share of Manitoba tax WINNIPEG (CP) City council has asked the Manitoba government for a share of most provincial government tax rev- enue, starting at five per cent of revenue next year and reach- ing 25 per cent in five years. The request was made to the provincial cabinet in a brief that said the city must have new revenue sources or face either a huge boost in property tax rates or curtailment of ser- vices. The brief asks for a share of revenue from income tax, to- .PRICES EFFECTIVE NOV.29 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Wirtte S Mudiroom Soup t KV todtflw FroA frte Fillets Fraser Vale ft Carnation A F A Fancy Regular 7o 9LB.....'. 2LB....rVRV Highliner 16 oz.pkg...' Margarine Cheese APPROX. It LB. BOX......... Oranges 2.99 mix match CHunkTuna Chocolate Corn AUAU.A WELCHiaoz. for the price of 9oz.l GrapC Niblet Grcctt BcAris Bartlctt J Jelly Sunlight To'tUt Dog y A. Burns Campfire SWc6aconfSL89' Ground Bcef..r- FEATURE TOP-SCORING SPECIALS CHUCK or ROUND BONE BEEF ROAST GRADE A NO. I OR 2 IB. 69' McCORMICK CRACKERS SALTED OR PLAIN 0 4 lb. box f il OLD DUTCH POTATO CHIPS TRIPLE PACK 2 boxes MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM 1 GALLON PLASTIC CONTAINER ,69 YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S foods t 642 13th Street North Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY ON LARGE ORDERS STORE HOURS: Man., Tuns., Wed., Sat. a.m. till p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. bacco tax, gasoline tax and rev- enue from liquor sales and mo- tor vehicle licences. At five per cent, the city's shajre would equal about million in 1972. STILL IN CRATES OLD CHOW, Y.T. (CP) Twenty freezers and two re- frigerators which were deliver- ed to this Arctic community earlier this month are still sit- ting in their crates, parked on the Old Crow runway. A spokesman for the Indian affairs department in White- horse said Tuesday they'll re- main crated on the runway un- til a decision is made as to their distribution. Old Crow is 70 miles Inside the Arctic Circle. The freezers and refrigerators were deliv- ered with the temperature read- ing 15 below zero. WOMEN REMANDED BURNABY, B.C. (CP) Two Sons of Freedom Doukhobor women were remanded Tuesday to Jan. 5 on charges of obstruc- tion laid following a fire Sept. 3 in the women's section of Oak- alla correctional centre in which they were inmates. Mary Braun, 52, and Anuta Kootnikoff, 63, were charged with obstructing firefighters, Mrs. Braun was also charged with wilful damage in the inci- dent. VICTORY CONFIRMED THOMPSON, Man. (CP) A judicial recount of ballots in the Oct. 30 federal election in Chur- chill riding was discontinued to- day, confirming the victory o; Conservative Keith Taylor. PAPER DISAPPOINTING EDMONTON (CP) The Ed monton Social Planning Council says the prov i n c i a 1 govern- ment's white paper on public as- sistance is disappointing. In a recent brief concerning the policy paper, the counci said Alberta's welfare package is "in need of major change." ACTED AS LOOKOUT CALGARY (CP) Dunn, 17, of Blind River, Qnt. was sentenced to five years in jail after he pleaded guilty to robbing an all night grocery store. The crown prosecutor tolc Provincial Judge R. V. R e a that Dunn acted as a lookou for two other men who entere< the store Sept. 28 and robbed il of The other men and the money have not been found. Mayors want voice OTTAWA (CP) Municipal- ities would like a voice on agencies such as the Canadian transport commission and the International Joint Commission says Claude Langlois, secretary-general of the Cana- dian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities. Mr. Langlois said in an inter- view here both commissions have an impact on local govern- ment. The transport commission is the federal regulatory body in transportation while the IJC is an international consultative or- ganization which deals with U.S.-Oanada border issues. One of the border problems municipalities are particularly concerned about is water qual- ity, Mr. Langlois said. Local governments along the St. John River in New Brunswick and in British Columbia would like some say in IJC recommenda- tions. Mr. Langlois said thai if last week's tri-level talks with the federal and provincial govern- ments had been set up differ- ently, the municipalities would have demanded representation on the IJC. The tri-level conference, first in Canadian history, concen- trated on establishing some sort of continuing method of con- sultation between the three lev- els of government. Delegates agreed to hold a second confer- ence before the end of 1973. "We would love to have a representative of the municipal- ities on the transport commis- Mr. Langlois said. The commission deals with matters such as railway passen- ger service which have nn im- pact on communities, he said. The commission could benefit from a municipal point of view expressed by a commissioner. LITTER COSTS JOHANNESBURG, South Af- rica (AP) The city council announced plans for an anti-lit- ter law cnrryins maximum fines TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPORT: NHL Hockey, 0 p.m., Cli. 13. The Boston Bruins meet the Canadiens in Montreal. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 Ch. 1. Ecology in Great Bear Lake, NWT, and the dangers of mine waste, the threat to the trout supply and the problems of law en- forcement. COMEDY: Benny Hill, p.m., Ch. 7. Benny as a nudist out to cause havoc at the colony. MOVIE DRAMA: "The p.m., Ch. 13. An American scientist is chosen for a bizarre mission in Red China and faces death by the Chinese or a computer In London. RELIGION: Billy Graham, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. The final pro- gram in Dr. Graham's Northern Ohio Crusade. DRAMA: "Leaving p.m., Ch. 7. A power- ful drama about a family in crisis, INTERVIEW: Mcrv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Robert Goulet, Carol Lawrence, Corbett Monica, Audrey Arno and the Folies Bergere dancers from Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Cat 1 p.m., Ch 13. An amusing parody on the Old West in which vengeance turns a rancher's daughter into an outlaw leader. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ore listed by the radio and television stationf. Any variation in program ichedule ii due to lail- minute chongei by the stations and If not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY Leo Dow Grain Prices Farm News 19.fy, Oliver Call of the Land Bob Hesketh Dave King Chec-line Farm News Jack Neuield Chec Trading Post Cattle Prices Paul Tessler CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitl, Bill Mathescm Sport Brent and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY News, Wthr, Sport Probe 1230 World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charlci Barry Hegland Jim Elliot noDNews and Grain CBC News News, Wthr, Sport 1-05 Jack Phone Bill Shaw Joan Waterfield 4-D5 John WalKe" Jim Elliot Probe 1220 Probe 1220 World et Six CHEC FM News, Weather, Sports WON. THRU SAT. Bob Concla Don MacMaster Concerts Hourly Don MacMaster Don HerJman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIOHT Wrimn In Rock Slockmarket THURSDAY Bios Concern Eye Opener News, sporls, Wthr R.nn wnrtn fit R From the Capitals Five Nights weoK EV Nat'l. Arts Centre This Country Orch. Radio Noon rvwxm Bob Kerr Home Ron Nevis World t As It Happenl ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS PHOTO CONTEST 1972 WINNERS We are pleased to announce the following winners In our 1972 Photo Competition. All entries were judged by thi University of Calgary Dept. of Art, and were [udged on a 30 point maximum basis. In the Senior Division there were 3 categories and one combined class for juniors. The de- cision of the Judges is final. 1st prize each category Gift Certificate Honorable Mention Gift Certificate PORTRAITS 1st Prize JOYCE WISWEll Hon. Mention D. 5. JOHNSTON STILL LIFE lit Prize UN BACH Honorable Mention ROBERT J. PISKO CREATIVE lit _ D. S. JOHNSTON Honorable Mention JOYCE WISWELL JUNIOR DIVISION _ lit Prize JAY MARTIN Honorable Mention _ BRUCE COMSTOCK ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Centel Open Thurs. and Frl. Til 9 p.m. Until Christmas for your Convenience. 419 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Sweden Lets Make a Deal THURSDAY CJOC News Super Heroes Wizard of Oz News and Farm Fads Mr. Drcssup Canadian Schools Friendly Giant 10M5 Chez Hclcne Miday Joan WaterMetd Lawrence Welk Laugh-In This Land Benny Hill Leaving Home News CJOC News Crossfire Movie: I'll Take (c) Marine Boy Pink Panther Truth or Consequences Nancy Miller Holiywood Squares rid Allan (c) Take 30 Edge of Siionts Please Family Court Drop In Lets Make c Deal CFC-N-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Romper Room Flint stones (c) NHL Canada A.M. Movie: Movie: Karen's Yoga (c) Cat Ballou The Chalrmnn Community Jiornerset {c) Sportsbcat '72 Calendar (c) Another World (c) News Fashions In Sewing Whats the Good Parlons Francals Word THURSDAY Berton (c) Thought for Day Beat tho Clock University of Air Buckshot (c) Star Trek (c) Paul Lynde KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) NIGHT WEDNESDAY News News Carol Burnett Medical Centre Cannon fliiiy Graham News Tonlnht Show THURSDAY Our world Salute Agriculture As ho World Turns Today Show News Today in Montana Doctors Price Is Right Anotlicr World Sale of Ccnlury Secret Storm Squares Mike Douglas Fnmily Affair Who WlMt Where .lokfr'i Wild Game News News .VOf) News Conccnlrnllon News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevtsion Ch. 11) NIGHT WEDNESDAY News News Truth or Conscquoncei (c) Pnul Lynda Movlo: Tho Hoist Julia Movie: Tho un (c) THURSDAY Farm News A: 30 News Captain Kangaroo News jack U Lnrno Audrey Galoping G Nowlywed Game News General Hospital Ono Llfo lo Live Days ot Our Lives Dinah's Place lliioo on ft Match rt Dntlnfi On wiifiro the Heart Is Split Second NCWS HOWilChCd All My Children Nfiwl Lots Wflho a Deal Nowi ;