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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, October 12, 1971 A NEW BIRD A strange new bird in 1he sky is designed for inaks Ulieve. The X-14B vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, top, atop a static test stand prior to -flight at NASA's Ames Research Centre in Mountain View, Calif., and in action, below. is equipped with a computer which can be programmed to simulate the flight character- istics of most other VTOl designs now being tested or on the drawing boards. How's Your Hearing? FOR Maverick orderlies hit by Chicago, free offer ol special interest to those who hear but do not understand has been, announced by Beltone. Anon-operating model of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering ibis advertisement. Try it to see how :t is worn 5n the privacy of your own, home without cost or obligation cf any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No "wires lead from body to head. These models arc free, so -we suggest you write for yours now. Agair, we repeat, there- is no------------------------------------- cost, and certainly jio obligation, inserted by W. P. (Bill) Skelton, Write to Dcpt, Beiiul.c your C.G.A. candidate for Hos- Electronics, 3637 Metropolitan pilnl Board. Blvd., E., Montreal 38, P. Q. I P. (Bill) SKEtTON PHARMACIST SKELTON, W. P. X freeze RED DEER (CP) The Al- berta Association of Nursing Orderlies has unanimously passed a resolution calling for a freeze on salaries of non- certified orderlies in the prov- ince. The resolution was approved OB the final day of the ninth- annual convention of the asso- ciation in Red Deer. Arthur Duford, president of Hie Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local said the resolution has been brought up many thnes before but never accepted. The resolution will be sent to the Alberta Hospitals Associa- tion, CUPE, the Civil Service Association of Alberta and to all hosp.iali concerned. Its pur- pose is to upgrade orderiier.' service, have all orderlies training in qualified schools, and result ill one qualification for nursing orderb'es instead of the present two. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4fh Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 No such thing as the ''in'' group claim Major decisions still made by cabinet By STEWART MacI.EOD OTTAWA (CP) Some of the most misleading political gossip out of Ottawa, say sources close !o Prime Minister Trudcau, in- volves Uie so-called "ill" group of cabinet ministers. "After three years lays one Trudeau aide, "1 still couldn't name group of cab- inet ministers v, no are consist- ently more influential with the prime minister than any other group." From the moment Mr. Tru- deau became prime rul'ilstc." iJi I860, there ha'v'e been countless stories about cabinet ministers who allegedly influence him more than others. These stones are invariably coupled with growth of the prime minister's own which there is no how deci- sions have been shifting more and more to non-elected hands. There arc some cabinet min- isters who will argue strongly against this last contention as a myth. 'There are a lot of intelli- gence people in the prime min- ister's office who have ideas of their says one senior cab- inet minister, "But it's nonsense to suggest that all decisions come from that office. "What we do get from them is a lot more intelligent argument. I guess you could say it keeps us on the ball." RESENT REPORTS There is strong resentment in the cabinet over stories that real power is wielded by a handful of "in" cabinet minis- ters and a group of prime min- isterial employees. There is no doubt that the growth of the prime ministerial 12 to no-odd in the last four years' made it a formidable force. But several cabinet ministers who talked about this argued strongly that the major deci- sions are still made by the en- tire cabinet, "But what I won't argue said one, "is the prop- osition that the prime minister himself exercises immense in- fluence. And there is no doubt that lie gets a lot of opinions from advisers in his own of- fice." The alleged cast of the prime minister's "in" group of cabinet ministers changes from time to time depending on who is talk- nig but it invariably 'includes Regional Expansion Minister Jean Marchand and 3-cre- tary Gerard Pellclier along with most ministers who supported Mr. Trudcau In his leadership canr One recent account said Mr. Marchand and Mr. Pelletier see tha prime minister every day. 'There is no doubt that these men are close colleagues of the prime said an aide, "but it's simply not true lhat they have daily consultations with the prime minister. "And, like other ministers, I have often seen these two men come out of the prime minis- sacred in Jaycee ranks MOOSE JAW (CP'' Is nothing sacred? The formerly all male Ju- nior Chamber of Commerce has become the first such or- ganization in Wester; Can- ada to permit womea as full members. At an introduction night, a change in the constitution was approved permitting membership by any person between 18 and 40. Ten applications from wo- men are on file. ter's office with disappointed faces." Aides say the influence of par- ticular cabinet ministers re- flects current issues. Recently, for example, Tnideau has been spending the most time with Fi- nance Minister Edgar Benson and Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin in discussions on eco- nomic questions raised by the U.S. surcharge. He has also seen a lot of Otto Lang, minis- ter responsible for the Canadian wheat board, and Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson for talks on the controversial prairie farm stabilization bill. It follows, say the aides, that Air. Trudeau doesn't require frequent consultations with such ministers as Postmaster-Gen- eral Jean-Pierre Cote nr Vet- erans Affairs Minister Jean- Eudes Dube. Asked what minister ha would work through if he had to get the prime minister's ear, one aide said it would depend en- tirely on the issues at hand. Then after a moment, he added: "I guess as a general rub Marchand or P e 11 e 11 e r would be pretty good bets." VOTE VOTE VOTE For the candidate of your choice A free ride to the polls Phone 327-1478 THIS SERVICE PROVIDED BY C. W. (CHICK) CHICHESTER X INSERTED BY C. W. CHICHESTER The new Cozolk Coupe. It' Jhlsl A practical person buys a practical car simply because it's practical. The fact that the car may be ugiy doesn't seem to bother him. But it bothered us. "Why- can't a practical car be we asked. And then along came our Coupe. The Coupe is every bit as practical as the ugliest practical car. Only it's not ugly it's beautiful. The steering wheel is simulated wood grain. The bucket seats are high-back and fully reclining. The floor is carpeted. The glass is tinted. The interior is padded. The ride is quiet. From a practical point of view it gets up to 35 miles per gallon from a powerful 73 hp engine. It has front disc brakes and an electric rear window defroster. It's big enough for a small family, small enough to park easily and priced to fit into the neatest budget. So now, a practical person can buy a practical car simply because it's beautiful. TOYOTA Toyofa cars are sold and serviced from coast to coast in Canada and throughout the world. LETHBRIDGE Toyofa Travel Centre Box 1202 Couth Highway Tel. 327-3165, CARDSTON Wolff Son Toyota Box 760 Tel. 653-3252 MILK RIVER Madge Equipment Ltd. Box 299 Tel. 647-3838, 647-3939 TABER Kenway Toyota Box 1008 Tel 223-3434 City Council Vote NORMAND E. LECLAIRE ;