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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Monday, September 14, 1970. Announcement Of Changes Expected Shortly Cabinet Switches By PM Trudeau To Involve Five Ministers By DAVE BIclNTOSlI OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau's cabinet switches have been so long comihg that Board Seeks Safer Light Aircraft WASHINGTON (AP) The United States national transpor- tation safety board is pressing manufacturers to make a light aircraft more capable of surviv- ing modcrate-to-sevcra crash landings. The board is recommending the Federal Aviation Adminis- tration set new minimum crash safety standards for general field of business, sports and private airplanes. In a letter to FAA administra- tor John II. Shaffer, chairman John H. Reed of the board said manufacturers have c o n c e Ti- trated efforts on making their planes airworthy, and have "minimized their efforts to pro- vide realistic levels of crash- worthiness." Heed said researchers have developed much technical data showing improved crashworthi- ness in aircraft design can re- sult in significant saving of lives and injuries. Newsprint Price Hike Protested CHATTANOOGA, Ten. (AP) Canadian newsprint mills have been warned that a ton newsprint increase might force members of the Southern Newspapers Publishers Associa- tion to buy elsewhere. Ealph W. Callahan, associa- tion president, issued the warn- ing here in teleg r a m s to the mills. He called the increase a serious financial blow to south- ern publishers. The increase, he said, Is "shocking" and "unreasona- ble." Canadian Pulp and Paper Mills Ltd. has announced the in- crease wiU be effective Jan. I. The new increase would bring tn SI 62 a ton the price of news- print delivered at New York. Still Time For Briefs On Hostels EDMONTON (CP) Provta- cial hostel residents were as- sured here that they still have time to submit statements pa hostel operations before its final contracting to private en terprise. The assurance came from R. A. Speaker, social development minister, who met with a dele- gation, led by the Humans on Welfare Society, at the legisla- ture grounds. John McNamara, executive director of the welfare group, had earlier expressed dissatis- faction with the government's decision lo turn the hostel over to private enterprise. "The final decision wili take another Mr. Speaker said. The petition was refused the request that such a decision be postponed for 90 days with meetings between government committees and social action groups in that time. A public referendum was also refused. Damage Suil Trial May Set New Record VANCOUVER (CP) Trial of a S30 million damage suit against the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, resulting from the Peace River project opened Monday in B.C. Supreme Court. Court officials said the case cmikl easily set a new record for longevity in the annals of the Vancouver courthouse. T I) e damages claimed by a consortium of five construction firms Powerplant among the high- est ever sought in this prov- ince. The trial could run anywhere from in months to a year, pos- sibly surpassing Ihc H-i-day court battle bctu-ccn i'.C. Pow- er Corp. ami at hydro in even most of the principals seem to be getting bored with the whole Mr. Trudeau. However, the changes appear all set now and they are not likely to be as extensive as first believed. Five ministers at the very most are expected to be in- volved. The guess is that Mr. Trudeau will announce the changes late this week or early next. Tlis process has been delayed for various reasons but the main one appears lo have been the postal situation. Mr. Trudeau did not want to move Communications Minister Eric Kierans out of the post off- ice portfolio while there was a chance that Parliament would have to be recalled earlier than scheduled to force compulsory arbitration of the postal dispute. That was O.K. with Mr. IQer- ans, informants say, because he didn't want to leave anyway. And he still doesn't, they say. By most reports, Mr. Trudeau has had to apply some persua- sion to get Mr. Kierans to ac- cept a onerous portfolio- manpower and immigration. Manpower Minister Alan MacEaehen will, it is believed, become president of the privy council which means that he will he the new government House leader. There have been frequent re- ports, none of them denied, that the current president of the privy council and House leader, Donald Macdonald, will take over the defence department. H o w ever, Mr. Macdonald could just as easily succeed Mr. Kierans as communicatoins minister. The present and popular de- fence minister, Leo Cadieirx, is slated to become ambassador to France, over the strong objec- tions of the external affairs de- partment which likes to see such posts kept for career diplo- mats. It is understood that Mr. Tru- deau will not take more than one newcomer, if any, into the cabinet at this time. Originally, it was believed he wanted to freshen up the cabi- net with four or five new men from the back benches. It now is considered likely that he will postpone such a major change until his big cabi- net remaking job in preparation for the next election, due in 1972 or, less likely, in 1973. SlSIZli LSD GRAND PRAIRIE, Tex. (AP) Undercover state narcotics agents said they purchased LSD tablets for at a resi- d e n c e early such drug haul in Texas' history arrested five persons in- cluding a 25-year-old woman. Prices effective until closing Sat- urday, September 1970. We reserve the right to limit quantities. WIN 1971 Full details at your local 1GA Store SQUIRREL Peanut Butter TABLE RITE RED BRAND CHUCK ROAST 32-oz. jar Alberta Steer Beef AYIMER FANCY Cream Corn or Asst. Peas tins 4 for 89 Tablerite. Whole 10-12 TABLE RITE RED BRAND CROSS RIB ROAST Lean and Delicious Ib. PORK LOINS HAM SAUSAGE t" 99t PORK SAUSAGE SS..... 59c 45' PRIME RIB STEAK 99c AYLMER FCY. BARTLETT Pears Vz's. 14 01. tins 3 89C 1971 INTERNATIONAL SNOWMOBILE AND FUN SHOW SEPT. 25 26 27, SPORTEX BLDG., EDMONTON Snowmobiles Ski: Skates Sleds Toboggans Clothing Equipment Winter Resorts, Etc. COLD MEAT IGA SLICED 5 varieties 6-oz. pkgs. 3 WIENERS BURNS BULK Reg. or BBQ Size Ib. RIBS OF BEEF RED OR BLUE PRIME Whole, 7 Bans Rib, Cut and Wrapped Ib. Chuck Ribs, Roasts, Steaks ruimc BACON CAMPFIRE SIDE By the piece Ib. PURITAN Beef Stew or Spag. Meat Balls 15-or. tins for WHITE GRANULATED SUGAR 10-lb. bag SILVER KIST PURE STRAWBERRY JAM Soup CASHMERE Tissue AYLMER CH. NOODLE, CH. RICE OR MUSHROOM 10-or. (inj HEINZ SWEET MIXED Pickles 32-ci. jar 48-OZ. TIN CASHMERE WHITE OR YELLOW DUNCAN HINES Cake Mixes All Layer Var. Except Angel 19-or. pkgs. LIBBY IGA FROZEN FOODS Tomato Juice AYIMER Brown Beans Orange Juice Fancy Peas Top Valu .1 4 for 89C 8, L for ale Cod 24-oz. pkg. ROBIN HOOD 20-ib. bag 35e Coupon Fish and Chips 69c TOPVAig Coffee PREM Lunch Meat 12-ei. tim Mb. V.P. Tin IGA DAIRY SPECIALS NAUEY BANQUET Diiis 32-oz. jar 59' NAUEY IUMBERJACK 4c Off ------32-01. Syrup bottle 5J Dr. Bollard's t 2 var. 15-oz. tins for OOC Lemon RollsMcGavins Pkg a 43c Modess 49c Speed Starch 69c Hair Shampoo 69c KRAFT DINNERS PKG. rl- Kraft Canadian 1 JP Cheese Slices io.off2.ib. Pkg.1.45 Parkay Colored 110 3-lb. pkg. So I 7 Margarine Chip Dips NEILSON'S Bundle Bars 20 5c Bars pkg. ti IGA TABLE FRESH PRODUCE FOR BETTER MEALS CANADA FANCY Kraft 5 varieties 8-oz. KRAFT PLAIN CHEEZ WHIZ NESCAFE Inst Coffee 10-oz. jar Prune Plums CANADA NO 1 Carrots c CANADA NEW CROP 2-lB. JAR 49 WESTONS TRIO M for 1 ALPHABITS or to, 490 B.C. Macintosh on arrival IDS. CALIFORNIA HONEIDEW GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS Melons CALIFORNIA Endive c, inada No. 1 29' CALIFORNIA ORANGES I' Ibs. ;