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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tueiday, 5, 1972'- THI LETHBRlDOit HERALD _ 7 Insurance claims speed-up sought TORONTO (CP) Legisla- tion to speed up insurance set- tlements to innocent victims in car accidents is proposed by a committee headed by Gordon Grundy, superintendent of in- surance for Ontario. Conservatives plan to change election slogan OTTAWA (CP1 Progres- sive Conservative campaign slogans for the Oct. 30 federal election will be slightly differ- ent in French and English ver sions. "A Job for Canadians" i: "Un Travail a Faire" a jol to the party's French publicity campaign. Party sources said Saturday the difference was due to trj Ing to find catchy phrases meaning essentially the sam thing, in boll) languages, literal translation to Fretic from English was scrappec thus eliminating the word Can ad a from French slogan. Tom Sloane, senior aide Mr. Stanficld, said there was n Intent to exclude specifically Canadian reference in t h French version. In a report of the superinten- cnls' standing committee on utomobHo legislation, the 10 rovincial governments are sked to make changes In sec- ons of the absolutely-liabilily revisions in the uniform insur- nce acts across Canada. The proposed changes would id innocent victims who arc aught in the middle of disputes xitween an auto insurance com- any and its policyholder. Under the current wording, a ompany may refuse to pay laims of innocent persons in- ured by its insured driver on he grounds that the driver was n violation of the policy's stat utory comlitions such as being mpaired by alcohol or driving vithout a licence. Nixon-Tanaka sign new pact SAN CLEMENTE, Calif CAP) President Nixon back from a meeting with Pre mier Kakuei Tanaka of Japa that produced a billio agreement to reduce the Unite States' trade imbalance. But since Japan receives about billion more each year for its goods sold in U.S. than the Japar-cse pay for U.S. goods, the meetings between Nixon and Tanaka appear to have lacked a debate on sub- stance. Zenith makes four qualify hearing aids priced from Come in for a free hearing test and let us show you the vmle range ol Zenith models and styles, There's -v Zenith hearing aid to any loss a hearing aid can help. If you aren't satisfied with your purchase, bring it back 10 days and we'll give you your money back. Remember, Zenith hearing aids have suggested retail prices significantly below Ihose of most foreign imported instruments. 51 Preferred over other leaders Young voters like Trudeau OTTAWA (CP) Early as- sessments by the major politi- cal parlies indicate that young voters, perhaps balance-of- power holders in the forthcom- ing federal election, tend to prefer Prime Minister Trudeau to other leaders. But these voters arc not lured by the Liberals as much as by the Liberal leader, the studies suggest. Campaign planners appear to however, that the Liber- is have Hie upper hand in bid- ing for support tor about three million first-time voters. These re the 18-to-20 bracket, added o the voting list by Canada Elections Act changes, and the group aged 21 to 24, too young hard-hit tag type of govern- ment, a younger says Murray Leiter, a first-time-over committee coordinator. Mr. Lsiter said Liberal soundings indicate Mr. Trudeau, rather than the gov- ernment, is the main lure. The prime minister is seen in terms of "strength, character, pulls no punches, et cetera." New Democrats see young people as having the same con- cerns as (he rest of the popu- lation and voting largely the way their parents do, and so 'we're not making a special titch the way the others are h e Opportunities-for- Youth rippers and others in that cate- Terence that gains in the fhree- miUion-member group can iiake. In 1968, there were 49 seals in the 2fi4-seat Commons won by less than live per cent. sees in before name goes 01 LEISTERS MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Ph. 328-4080 JUST HANGING AROUMD DOWNTOWN Wing walker John Kazian hangs from 1op wing of airplane while pilot Joe Hughes flies upside down past Toronto-Dominion Centre and Commerce Court tn downtown Toronto Thursday. They are practicing for ihe Canadian International Air Show at the Canadian National Exhibition. Hughes and Kazian will fly their Super Stearman during the four-day Others disclose land dealings It's..: Time" Congenial parlies a host of new friends rtia Hmc of your llfs tiro yours ni a member of our club! 100 ctub members act.ai hosts by Introducing you to other members at our fabulous fun-filled panics, trips and outings cKeough case stirs action o vote in 1968. About 13 million potential vot- ers are expected to bo registered compared with In 1968. Then, there were who actually did vote. Experience elsewhere has pointed to the possibility tha new voters aged 18 and up are not radical. There has been evi dence submitted that their vot ing turnout is not the best ant that those who do vote tend t follow parental political pat terns. Nevertheless, they are there this lime to be wooed. TACTICS DIFFER Conservative party workers are vising sharply different tac- tics than the 10-member Lib- eral first-time-voter committee. Len Domino, national presi- dent of the Young Progressive Conservatives, said frankly be- fore the election call that his party has a long way to go. "We're still behind the Liber- als in that age group and we're fighting hard to get our fair share. We should be very lucky, I think, if by the time election day comes along we'll be able to say we ve got a larger share of the 18-to-24 age group than the Liberals." To achieve that, the Con- servatives say they are spend- ing a healthy chunk of money and manpower to convince young voters that Mr. Trudeau cannot be dissociated from his jory, NDP press Eeale said. secretary But all parties realize the dif WINS AWARDS TORONTO (CP) Two chil- dren 's educat'onal television programs produced by the On- t a r i o Education Communica- tions Authority have won awards at the recent Atlanta In- ternational Film Festival. Must I, May I, a 15-mmute mental health education program, and Strength and Power, an episode of the OECA's Polka Dot Door series, were the v.inners. YOUR PHIIIP5 DEALER WIIH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A C If I C RADIO AND TV J J 302 13lh ST. N. TORONTO (CP) The Star says 12 of Ontario's cabinet ministers have disclosed their land and business holdings in a Star poll. The survey followed the res- ignation last Thursday of Darcy McKeough, provincial treas- urer, after disclosure that a Chatham, Ont., subdivision in which he held a financial inter- est was approved in 1969 by the municipal affairs department, which he headed nt that time. On Aug. 9 Premier Wiliiam Davis, who now is in England, instructed his cabinet ministers to submit to him lists of their property holdings. Apart from homes and sum- mer cottages, The Star says Bert Lawrence, provincial sec- retary for resources develop- ment, listed five residential lots on nearby land that he subdi- vided between 1951 and 1963. "The last of the -subdivision plans was registered the year before he entered the cabinet, as minister without portfolio in August, the story says. Mr. Lawrence said the five residential lots are owned by Arundel Realty Ltd., of which M. BE RTA For Information without obligation, phone 3277935 A Personal Interview is Required! Top Hat Dance Club INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATED MEMBER 1972 CARDSTON Wayfair Theatre "KELLY'S HEROES" In Metrocolor. Starring Clint Eastwood, Donald Sutherland and Don Rickles. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 5 and 6. Tuesday shows at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LE MANS" In color. Starring Steve McQueen. RJde Steve at 200 rn.p.h'. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sep- tember 5 and 6. Tuesday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre ALISTAIR MacLEAN'S "PUPPET ON A CHAIN" In color. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 5 and 6. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE HORSEMEN" In color. Starring Omar Sharif, Leigh Taylor Young and Jack Palanee. Tuesday, Sep- tember 5. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETH5RIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE JTues. Sept. 5 FRITZ SICK POOl LtONS POOl Public Swim 4-9 p.m. Sept. 6 iThurs., Sept. 7 Publfc Swim 4-9 p.m. Public Swim 4-9 p.m. Fri., Sept B Public Swim 4-9 p.m. Sot, Sept. 9 Sun., Sept. 10 I Mon., Sept.11 Public Swim 1-5 p.m 6-9 p.m Public Swim I Public Swim I Public Swim I Public Swim I Public Sw 4-8 p.m. 1 4-8 p.m. I 4-8 p.m. I 4-8 p.m. I 1-8 p.m (WEATHER PERMITTING) Publfc Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 p.m. Public Swim 4-9 p.m. Public Swinr 1-8 p.m. Public Swir 4-8 p.m. CLOSED FOR THE SEASON HENDERSON POOL NOTE: At times of extremoly low attendance the UONS POOL will tlosa before Ihe timet Indicated above. he is the sole owner. Ke also owns a skiing property in the Gntineau Valley and his wife, Lois, owns a vacant lot on Wellington Street in downtown Ottawa. The Star quotes Syl Apps, minister of correctional serv- ces, as saying he has a 50-per- cent interest in a 195-acre beef 'arm on Amherst Island near Kingston with Ms wife's jrother. NTEREST IN CLUB His wife owns a house on Amherst Island and he owns an 11-per-cent interest, in a 900- acre fishing club 14 miles north of Haliburton in which there are rune partners, The Star says, He also is the principal shareholder in the Kingston Dunbrick Co., a brick company that owns five acres of land on Highway 2, near Morrisburg. The company does no business with the government of On- tario, Mr. Apps said. Jarnes Snow, minister of gov- irnment services, told The Star hat after his election in 967 he reviewed his in- vestments and sold any he thought might lead to a conflict of interest in his new position as an MPP. Snow also resigned as presi- dent and director of four com- panies in which he held a finan- cial interest when he became a cabinet minister. However, he is said to have told Jlr. Davis he owns a 12.5- per-cent interest in a poultry farm and 100-per-cent own- ership of Snow Construction Ltd. which is completing a final construction job, a small office building in Oakville. OWNS BELL STOCK James Auld, environment minister, said he owned Bell Telephone stock. "Does that mean I am in con- flict of interest when they ask for a rate increase and we op- pose John White is quoted as say- ling his only possible conflict It interest is ownership of five per cent of the shares of Canadian Industrial Supply Co. Ltd. White said he was formerly principal shareholder and presi- dent of the company but after he was elected to the legisla- ture and became involved in politics he sold most of his shares. government's actions. high young PLAYGOERS OF LETHBRIDGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD ON Thurday, Sept. 7th 8 p.m. GALLERY BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY 733 13th STREET N. Conservatives stress unemployment, among people and government han dling of pollution, inflation and nationalism. STRESS VITALITY The Liberals are taking a dif- ferent approach, relying on the attraction for youth of "a more GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMP1ETE SHOW AT B-.45 P.M. LAST TIME TONIGHT Today's1' Showrimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Easy Rider" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Up Pompeii" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINESIA Short Subjects "Hannie Caulder" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Million Dollar "Scandalous John" One Complete Show Walt Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHN" Walt Disney's "MILLION DOLLAR DUCK" IN CHILDREN THIS ATTRACTION 50c ONE DAY, WEDNESDAY ONLY FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT shools the works from dawn to darkroom! vX, ALXyjeLASLAURENCF-PRODUCTlON ELVIS PRESLEY clicking with Ihe chicks in L1VEALI1TLE "THE TROUBIE WITH GIRLS" "A LYRIC, TRAGIC SONG Of THE ROAD! AN HISTORIC -RICHARDSCHlCKELLirE TANDO COMPANY "it RAYBERT PRODUCTIONS promts PETER FONDA- DENNIS HOPPER JACK NICHOLSON COLOS IMMSH IT BCTUKS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT and WED. 2 SHOWS DAILY AT AND P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA TONIGHT tmd WED. AT AND P.M. The first lady gunfigMer. Itaquel UJelcfi in riuroiM' J puminti PICTBH FRIENDS! ROMANS! COUNTRYMEN! LEND ME YOUR WIVES! TECHNICOLORS RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and WED. AT S AND P.M. ENROLL NOW MUSIC LESSONS ENROLL NC ACCORDION GUITAR PIANO DRUMS CHORD ORGAN ORGAN PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. Phone 327-7524 ;