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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, October 13, 1970 Tuesday To Thursday Club: For Long Weekend MPs rAWA (CP) The real Tuesdays, Wednesdays and ister Tnideau the club appeared The other 52 members of his said, one of the lowest turn-outs I tnlrl OTTAWA (CP) The real test of strength for the Tues- day-to-Thursday club came last week when, on Friday, all four party leaders launched the new session of Parliament with their kick-off speeches. The club won, hands down. The club, it should be ex- plained, is uncharted, incorpo- rated and officially unorgan- ized. Por years, almost since Confederation, it has met on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the Common chamber. Non-members also meet on Mondays and Fridays. All MPs who spend long week- ends in their ridings, and miss the Friday and Monday sittings of the House, are automatically members of the club. Virtually every prime minister since Con- federation has tried to break it up, without success. For a time under Prime Min- ister Tnideau the club to be on its way out as MPs stayed at their desks through the Friday and Monday sittings. But when all party leaders spoke L e a d e r s! Day is traditionally one for full strength of the club was fully evident. When Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield rose to speak in the throne speech debate he was applauded ky 20 supporters. The other 52 members of his party were absent. Only 18 of the 152 Liberal MPs were in their seats, along with seven of the 23 New Democrats and four of the 13 Creditiste MPs. And a few hours later when Mr. Trudeau entered the de- bate, there were 46 Liberals, nine Conservatives, 10 NDP members and six Creditiste MPs. It was, veteran observers said, one of the lowest turn-outs in memory for Leaders' Day. On this particular occasion, some MPs explained, the Tues- day-to-Thursday club was given a boost by the fact that Monday is a holiday and many members returned to their ridings early to take advantage of the long weekend and clean up outstand- ing constituency affairs before moving Into Ottawa for the new session. KNUCKLES RAPPED But the MPs who were fc Ot- tawa were predicting that the various party caucuses would hear more about this next week when they meet. None of the leaders enjoys speaking to empty seats. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker took firm action against the club in 1958 when he told the 208-mcmber Conserva- tive caucus that Monday and Friday attendance must be maintained. Toward Bie end of his regime the club regained its strength, except on thosn days when votes were expected. Lester Pearson, when he be- came prime minister in took similar action, aided by the argument that a minority gov- ernment needed all its members whenever the House was sittirg. But even during this period the club continued to exist, although wih fewer members. Trudeau laid down the law about the attendance when 16 assumed offics, and he re- peated it during a caucus this summer. "After Friday's attendance" said one Liberal MP. "we'll lear more about it." ITV HIGHLIGHTS! CABLEVISION MMMM LETHBRIDGE wish to announce that THEY HAVE MOVED To new and larger premises to serve you better. We are now located directly across from CJOC-RADIO. at 1018 3rd Avenue South 5 TV Channels Plus 2 Channels of FM music and 24 hour Weathereye Beef Imports Worry Ranchers Phone 328-1222 THERE'S MORE CALGARY (OP) Consumer resistance to rising beef prices is tie result of shoppers realiz ing they have the power to something about food costs, cattle industry conference wa told here. R.K. Bennett, former head livestock production for the fa eral department of agricultur said politicians "are giving con sumers ammunition too tt government has promised mm protection for the consumer. Although meat takes a larg share of each dollar spent o groceries, most housewives have little appreciation of wha it costs to produce meat. "Many families have their pa cheque committed before it earned because of their credi purchases. "When meat prices go up, thl is the first thing housewives nc- tice." Mr. Bennett, speaking to the convention through a telephon arrangement from Ottawa be- cause he was unable to atten in person, said meat subst tales "were waiting in the wing if prices go higher at the coi sumer level." He suggested that cattleme allow reasonable imports o beef to keep domesUa prices acceptable. Ross Mitchell, president of thv Canadian Cattlemen's Associa tion, told the convention t h a while the producer price of bee peaked in the summer of 196 and has since fallen, retai prices have not declined muci in comparison. "Consumers have the right to know the reason for the widen ing spread between wholesale We shall overtake. and retail prices and producer prices." While Canadian producers were agreeable to imports of Australian and New Zealand beef up to a limit of five per cent of domestic consumption, imports to the end of July were 12.5 per cent of consumption. "We agree there is a place for low grade lean beef im- ports but we are finding in these shipments some of the best-grade beef which can be produced at half the price of our good grain-fed beef. And that is unfair competition." TUESDAY INTERVIEW: Monty Hall, p.m., CIi. 7: talks with the Canadian-born host of the successful U.S. show, Let's Make a Deal, COMEDY: Boom 222, p.m., Ch. 13: Women's Lib comes to a high school when female students invade the auto shop and1 try out for the basketball team. DRAMA: Storefront Lawyers, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Claudia Mctfeil, star of Broadway's Raisin in the Sun, guests as an elderly domestic who wants to sue a training school for not giving her a promised job. VARIETY: Jolmny Cash, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests tonight are Joes Feliciano composer, Mac Davis and singers Bobby Bare and Linda Ronstadt. HISTORY: The Legacy of Lenin, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: A bio- graphy of tlfe Russian revolutionary is highlighted1 by ex- cerpts of a propaganda film made by famed director Sergei Eisenstein. WEDNESDAY SPORT: World Series, a.m., Ch. J: 'A analysis plus the fourth game between the Baltimore Oriolei and Cincinnati Reds. SPORTS: Football, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The B.C. Lions meet the Montreal Alouettes. SPORTS: Hockey, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: The St. Louis tangle with the Toronto Maple Leafs. RADIO LISTINGS Times Raps Demands Of Kidnappers LONDON (CP) The Times says the kidnapping of British diplomat James Cross in Mont- real "demonstrates the com- plete intellectual sterility of the JTTOnt de Liberation dti Quebec." It says in an editorial: "To. threaten to kill a per- fectly innocent man, not Cana- dian but British, unless a num- of postmen are given their jobs back and prisoners are set 'ree is as stupid politically as it is indefensible morally. "To demand a ransom at the same time is to reduce the ause of the French-Canadians to the level of gangsterism. "The difference between the Canadian situation and that in the Middle East and Latin America is that, however wrong the tactics may be both morally and tactically, the South Ameri- cans and Palestinians have a eal grievance." Program littal by the end television itotien. Any nrictnii In progiom idieduln h dm M Mtnuti Ly Italienl and not Hit Mlblliiv Hi. Hirald Etitway Ttl.viil.ii. if CJOC News Fivs Minutes To The Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY mem Paul Tividar Rob Ingram All Night Show WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show News, Sports Phone Bill Show Probe 1220 Farm CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports TUESDAY NIGHT News The Wav The Way I See It slocl: Market Dinner Showcase Report Farm and Ranch Woman's World Back to the Bible Jean Pauley Voice of China Comments Musical Interlude Way I see It World Tomorrow Bulletin Board Music CHEC-FM WEDNESDAY Breakfast with Bruce Mafor News Farm Show Country Digest Weather cfiEC Tola! Information Total Information Call of the Land Farm and Ranch Review Weather Major News Sports Weather Cattle Price) Tempo News. i.QS jaci. _ Country 'Li, Matinee Paul Tividar on the Half Hour Jean Pauley Comments Stock Mirklt Report Sports Major Wealher The Way I Sn It CHEC-FM MON. THUR TKRUI. News Fifteen minutes to The Hour Larry John David Hom Moon Larry The Other Side John David Horn J. D. McAllister Chuck Tanner CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour TUESDAY NIGHT Music Past Tempo Midnight t-M World at Six WEDNESDAY Supplement Eye Opener Guest Appearance News Operas we Llka sports World at 10.00 National News Commentary Afternoon Concert FJom the capitals Morning Comment SS5 Theatre Galloplna Gourmet Actuality Winnipeg Sym- Gerrusll 4M BBC phony Orchestra Nathan Cohen Weather News Morning Concert Malinee Nation's Buslrien High Noon Afternoon Big tough transport trucks tend to look down on small cars. Especially if the small car hasn't got the power to pass him on a two-lane highway. Introducing the Toyota Corolla 1200 with We've added 13 more horsepower to an already powerful engine, giving us a grand total of 73. All the power and speed you need to overtake the biggest rigs is there. Top speed is over 90 mph, cruising speed is a smooth 75, and you still get up to 35 miles to the gallon. The extra horsepower is another good reason Corolla is considered to be the best all-around small car around. But can the Corolla handle all that power? You bet your bug it can. We realize that a car that can go has to Also available in Station Wagon be able to stop. For that, the Corolla has finned brakes and a dual circuit system. Inside it hasn't changed a bit. Everything is standard except the radio and the fully automatic transmission. It cpmes with reclining bucket seats, a three speed heater, heavy duty 60 amp battery, a 1.3 horsepower starter motor, and white walls. The trunk is spacious for a small car, safety features are everywhere, and the' price tag speaks for itself. If you're beginning io think it's a pretty good car for the money, you're right it is. We could go on to tell you that it's a fun car to drive, but you really should drive it and discover that for yours_elf. Drive it soon, at your nearest Toyota dealer. and fasfbacfe Sprinter. OYOTA COROLLA 1 Suggested tht prlco f.O.B. Vancouver. Freight, flcenw, provincial and local fixes extra, I Joyota cars aro sold and serviced from coast to coast in Canada, and throughout Ihe world. Courts Hiahway IETHBRIDGE TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Supplies Telophonn 37.7-3165, 327-3711 KENWAY TOYOTA Box 1088, Taber, Alberta Telephone 223-3434 Women Slain Ln Montana MESODLA, Mont. (AP5- utopsies were being perform' here on two Missoula wom- n slain in their northeast Mis- rala home. Robert Descliamps, assistant qunty attorney, sail he was waiting results of the autop- es before taking any legal ae- on. He said one person was euig held for questioning in onnection with the incident, but at no charges had been filed. Killed by bullets from a .22- calibre rifle were Dolores Slaw- son, 34, and her mother Alice Lo7.eaii, 60. A daughter of Mrs., Siawson reported the early morning in- cident to police. You Just Can't Beet Bestway's BIRTHSMY SALE LOOK! MORE GREAT BUYS! 25" ELECTROHOME COIOR TV Birthday Sale (Even less with working trade) PHILCO SOLID STATE STEREO Only CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE TELEVISION APPLIANCES Phone 328-2328 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Pilot Grounded For Infraction TEL AVIV (Renter) An El- Al airline inquiry commission has grounded Capt. Uri Bar Lev mtil Oct. 31 and reprimanded lim. for infringement of disci- iline following the attempted hi- acking of an Israeli airliner ast month. Tho piano landed at London vhere one of the would-be hi- ackers, Leila Khaled, became a cy figure in negotiations for :ie release of hostages from ther hijacked planes held in ordan. The other would-be hi- acker, a man, was killed in a mid-air gunfight. The official announcement did ot specify in what way Bar ev erred but he was believed o have been held at fault for crmilthig a security agent to o in tho cockpit while the lii- acltiug attempt was ;mcler way. CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Teleprobe 7 Movie: Blue Horizon WEDNESDAY Road to Ball (c) Red Skellon (c) Telescope (cj Store Front Lawyers (c) Tuesday Night (c) News (c) World Series (c) Teleprobe 7 Lee Drew's Show Movie: Beyond the Movie: Touch of the Sun TBA Edge Mornina News Pinnoch'io and Or Little Pcoplo warld series Warm Up if Night (c) Galloping wourmei Drop In CFL Vancouver at Montreal (c) CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT Wynne's Pad (c) Flintstones (c) Dick Van Dyke Barefoot In tha Park (c) News (c) Eddie's Father (c) Mod Squad (c) Room 222 (c) Johnny Cash Barbara McNalr News News (c) Tom Jones The Best of Berton In Conversalion Peylon Place WEDNESDAY Beat the Clock (c) Thought for Day Lucy Show (c) National News Buckshot (c) Universlly of Air Movie: Mo T sand Box ic) Anolher World {c> Places In the Trouble with Tracy Parlons Francais Bewitched Wild Whirl of Wynne's Pad (O Hockey St. in Conversalion c Louis ot Toronto KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) NIOHT ___Jews Don Knotfl Julia Ic) Carol Burnett Mannix News Toninht show WEDNESDAY1 Our World Agriculture Today ShOW i, uul i-lvta u Today In Montana The Doctors c Concentration (c) Anolher World Family Affair Edge of Night c Hollywood Squares Gomer Pylo c Jeopardy c Mike Douglas e Who, what, where Hillbillies (c) Game Cronklte News c News NBC Nlshtly News Anofhcr World Mayberry P..F D Somerset c News c World Turns c Men from Shlloh KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cabievlsion Ch. il) .TUJSIiAV capt. Kangaroo c News Gve 7M (0 c Mod Squad Jack LnLanne words of tho isiVnny Movlo: Night of Century Splcndorcd Thlna the Following Day Galloping Gourmet General Hosnllal Audrey Dark Shadows The Interns A World Aparl c That Girl p.lck .Cayclt All My Children Bewitched Mako a Deal c Dating Gamt WEDNESDAY Nowi Ncwlywcd Garni News ;