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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CALIFORNIA 16 Dayi Sevornl Departures. Each (Hcuble) for informalion and booking! contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 The LctMnridgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridge, Albcrla, Tuesday, October 10, 1972 PAGES 13 TO 25 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NtW EUROPEAN FAIL EYE FASHIONS (or 1973 AGT NETWORK An underground cable network which will last for the next 50 years is being tied in outside the new Alberta Government Telephones building at 4th Ave. and 8th St. S. The manhole is being re- built to accommodate 36 additional phone cable conduits which will be connected to the new cable vault construcled earler this year, Ervin Photo Alta. storm brewing in Indian fund direction By RUDY HAUGENEDEK Jlcratd Staff The Alberta Government 'aiits to administer this prov- nce's shore cf a five-year million federal program to as- ist friendship centres. Lloyd Sutton, of Calgary, hairman of the Alberta Asso- iation of Canadian Native friendship Centres, hoivevcr, has told the province to keep ts hands off the funds. City man dies in accident He said the provincial depart- ment of federal and intcr- jovernmental affairs wants to x in charge cf doling out the money which the provincial as- sociation should be In charge of. The Alberta effort is being led I by Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Don Getty. The friendship centre associ- tion is uncertain portion of the S30 million is destined specifically for the centres Mr. Sutton said. The fund, destined by the secretary of state to aid mi- grating Indian people, is devid- ed into three parts. One section leaves a still un- disclosed amount open to any [-Indian groups wanting to ck cff pilot projects. In addtion. Mr. Sutton told Hudi J. Landgraf, 21, of 1403 Lakemount Blvd. died in hos- pital Sunday of injuries receiv- ed Saturday afternoon in a two car accident at Wilson Siding, about five miles southeast ol Lcthbridge. Landgraf was a passenger in the ear driven by John Keith Strzeskowsky, of 1401 Lake- rnount Blvd. Driver of the other vehicle was Katherine May Clements of Wilson Siding. RCMP said Landgrat was the only victim of the accident, which also resulted in damages. Leadership meeting 'definite' if PCs lost-Thompson By RON CAT.DWELL Herald Staff Writer A move definitely be made to oust Robert Stanfield as leader of the Progressive LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 Conservatives If the party suf- fers a decisive defeat in the Oct. federal election, says Robert Thompson, former na- tional Social Credit leader. Mr. Thompson, who is now running as a Conservative in British Columbia, told a Leth- hridge press conference Thanksgiving Day that the PCs would consider a coalition with the Social Credit party in the event of a Conservative minor- ity government. McCready-Baines Pharmacy A friend trie family can rely on! Prescription? Just Caf! 327-3555 We Deliver! When your confined fo bed or just when you don't well enough to pick up a prescription call us. We deliver! "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LID. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3555 He said there would "def- initely be a leadership conven- tion, no question about it. "But we are not going to lose." Mr. Thomson called Bill Fair, who lost the Conservative nom- ination in Prince Albert, Sask. to John Dicfenbaker, a "politi- cal novice" who doesn't know much about politics. Mr. Fair said in Winnipeg Sunday that (here is a fight for (he party leadership going on during the current federal elec- tion campaign. Mr. Thompson said it will lie impossible for the Liberals to form a majority government in the next house. "They only have lo lose fewer AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Evening Sale OCT. I Oth P.M. Marble orborite topped wooden kitchen counters, com- pleto with overhead cupboard and sinV; Like new '4 bed with box spring, mattress and mirrored dresser; Good select- ion of beds end maHresses; New green bath tub; Chester- fields and chairs; Srnall dresser wifh mirror; Gas heater; Mercury 2 cylinder ouiboord motor; A x 8' pool loble {felr in good condition) with CURJ; Trailer ice box (like Fngfdairo dishwasher; Ranges; Selection of televisions; Real good prone bench; Excellent frosl proof turquoise Ffigl- dalre fridge; Matching Frigidalro wo slier and dryer; New porlablo radios; Tap and Die set plus other tools; Stoneware crock; Chairi; TV frays; Stacking stools; Tires; Clothes hamper; Travelling i prink tar Selection of restaurant equip men t. I.e. cash register, commercial fridge, cook srovc, couriers, etc., etc. Pfus many more ilerm too numerous lo lisL FACTS of LIFE ANTIQUE and BYGONES over 200 if cms Saturday, October 14th a.m. Catalogue Available on Request FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phono 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer: BILL HOPE-Lic. 845 REED HAWTHORNE Sales Repreiontativa WO GORILLA OQUM U THtlR CHEUb? SI EMS TO DE A TO DM hEqvOVS ACTIVITY WKtH IvPt IS ntO CO E1OTEO. Now here'i something else you should know We have a "BRIDAL CHAPEL" Featuring all your wedding needs including: Invitations, Napkins, Guest Printed Matches and Placement Cards, al SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. 316 7th Street South Phone than 20 seats, and they are looking at a situation iu Que- bec, Ontario and British Colum- bia where they are going to lose a lot more than said Mr. Thompson, who will be trying to view Zeroing in on the issues, Rob- ert Thompson said Western Canada has suffered econ- omically because of unjust freight rates. "The power structure is con- centrated in the he said. "Tliia situation has developed in Ilio last four years and there isn't a hope of it changing with the present government. It is cheaper to ship good.; through the United States to the west." Bert Hargrave, who is con- testing the Medicine Hat riding for the PCs against Bud Olson, minister of agriculture, said freight rates are at the lop of the economic disparify list in ihe west. "We have to convince the east that this can't said Mr. Hargrave, who attend- ed the press conference with Mr. Thompson. Ken Hurlhurt, I h e Lcthbridge Conservative candidate did not a 1 1 e n ri (ho session. Commenting on lahor strikes, Mr. Thompson said the right to strike should be withdrawn from the essential service groups civil servants, trans- portation and communication. On the wage and price con- trol issue, the former Social Credit national leader said the Conservatives are the only party to take a stand on this issue in the election campaign. We must have selective con- unseat Barry Mather, the cumbent NDP candidate in Sur-. rey-Whit crock. ''That is why Mr. Trudcau is so irritable his impact is floundering." trols lo put a halt to inflation and everyone must live by it- government, management and labor. We can't let it go on the way it he said. Mr. Thompson said the Social Credit party under Real Caouetto has no hope outside Quebec. "1 don't see them winning a single scat outside Quebec. In fact, I doubt if any of his can- didates outside Quebec will even be able to hold their de- Mr. Thompson said. Elaborating on his coalition statement, he said it would all depend on Mr. Caouette. A Conservative government would mean stronger repre- sentation from Ihe West, he pre- dicted. Alberta and British Co- lumbia would likely each get three cabinet posts in the Con- servative administration. How- ever, he stressed that party leader Robert Sfanfield has made no promises in this area. THE WORLD IS This statement would not have got you mucS of on nrgument back in ihe people believed It. Of course, Columbus and others have proved it wrong tind we have coma a long way in rhe explanation of our planet and universe. In the field of healfh, wo have also mcida Fantastic progress. Whooping cough, typhoid, dip- hlherio, bubonic plague and thn feari were associated with thorn have all but Tha reoscfl? medical explorer's have developed vaccines, nnd n host of other miracuf- ous drugs thnt can prevent and cure such onco dreaded affJictioru. GEORGE and ROD say- We check your prc-scnnlion in twenty wayj TO NAME A FEW 1. Obtain proper name, inMiols ond address of palient. 2. Scan order lo be sure proaVcl fs available ond in sroclc. for 18 more procedures. DRAFFSNTS DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hnig Medical Bldg. 401 St. S. 601 6lh Avo. S. Frco Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 Maiiclia tickets sale go on Tickets for Lcthbridge Musi- cal Theatre's production ol Man of La Maneha will go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Yate.s Memorial Centre box office. The musical rims Nov. 10 to K with a student performance Nov.