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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J.B THE LErHnRIOGE HERALD Monttny, 28, Opposition Predicts Heavier Aliack Trudeau Cabinet Shuffle May Show Impact On Commons Activity O'lTAWA Kl'iMusr fifiurt' prominently in narlUiiuenlary politics, last week's eabiiu-l slmfflc. while relatively minor mi the surfaee. rxntld have a profoural on day-to-day activity in the Commons. Opposition Mi's, for instance, are alreadv predicting a far hc-vier attack on the defence Mr. M a c d o n a I d will) lias ely admitlod liaviiiR abrasive ilihes in the "ive-and-lakc of warfare, comes 0 the department without any It-in safeguards against poiil- 1 attack. His on the lilary are not well known Init are some signs lie is dov- Atul lie also takes over de- iasssas I (once at a lime when the Oppu- "There are going lo be a lot silion is priming its guns to tire .-i of which are flying stra molhhalls from the- line. The planes are c total of There a rumors, the Oppo ght into i month appear to ostions about the de- 'imcnl in Hie next said a Oonserva- >e combining to di- nfirilled rect action at Hie are planned ite seems the ease for the post office. .1 e a n -P i e r r e Cote, a placid politician, takes over the pest office from blunt-spoken Kierans after that mara- thon postal workers dispu'e has been settled. KKH'KH (Jl.'KXTlONS Unless some develop- menls crop up. Mr. Cote, for- mer minister of revenue, may continue having a relatively un- cluttered parliamentary life, ami there likely will be fewer The change will also likely make things much easier for 1 Mr. Kierans whose other rcs- la.xed approach to tiie schcxhi' ing of Commons business. M Maehlachen. unfliustcred a n comfortable in the web of pa lismentary rules, is generall ponsibilities communica- I never caused him regarded as the best procedur; inch trouble in the Commons j expert on the g o v e r n m e n Wills former manpower minis-1 benches. i- Allan MiicKachen reluming I BUI successor in the ma' j his old job as government j power and immigration porlf. ousc leader, there will be--on lace ic surface more re- i hectic session. Without Mr. Cadieux's Inher- it ability to defuse explosive jestions. Mr. Lang has faced fire over tile, lasl two sars as minister responsible r the Canadian Wheat Board, 'ow. along with the wheat. ;ard. he takes over responsi- ''ity for such areas as unem- 'aymenl. Me could, observers agree, a rough session. 3.0! For Fishing Year KI.OX. 'CP> Premier Krt Schreyer said here commercial fishing may be banned again in Lake Winni- peg next year because of mer- cury pollution. Speaking to 750 students at High Sdinol. the Mani- toba premier said commercial fishing "can't be opened next year." Queried about his statment j later. Mr. Jriireyer said he was not making a formal announce- ment. He said there was still some hope, no matter how small, the. fishing could resume next summer. Lake Winnipeg was among areas in the province closed this spring because of the mer- airy contamination, and the ban is being kept on for the winter fishing season. Tile pro- j vincial government is prepar- ing a law suit against undis-1 closed industrial firms for caus- ing the pollution. Mr. Schreyer told tlw stu- dents pollution is a very seri- ous problem in the world, but he said he did not agree with people who suggest anti pollu- tion laws should almost stop in- dustry. Prices effective until closing Saturday, October 3rd, 1970 We reserve the right to limit quantities. TABLE RITE RED BRAND ALBERTA STEER BEEF Ib. WIN 1971 CAPRI CANADA GRADE 'A' FRYING 3-4 Ib. overage Ib. CONTEST RULES; Siniply place your name, address and phone number on the back of an IGA sales slip, and mail to Moto Slci Contest, Box 1236, Edmonton, Alberla. Contest cloxi Saturday, October 10th, 1970. IGA CHOICE DUNCAN MINES LAYER Coke Mixes All Varieties 19-oz. pkgv 14-oz. tins 5 Table Rite Red Brand, Alberta Steer Beef Table Rite Red Brand, Alberta Steer Beef Ib. Chiropractors i Told To Hold Line On Fees TORONTO fCP) The presi- dent of the Ontario Chiropractic Association urged his fellow chi- ropractors Friday to ''hold the ]inp" on fees. R. N. Wingfield said thai in- creased demands for cliiroprae- Hc services arc inevitable'now ihst the services are covered by the Ontario Health Services In- surance Pton. must agree lo hokl the on our fees for service." lie said. musf co-operate with nrher health delivery groups io reduce costly duplication of di- agnosi.ic service." Me said thai since the govern- ment health plan now is holning to pay chiropractic hiUs can expect lo be dissecfed and examined more closely than have ever been in the past." The association's annual con- ference ends Sunday. no Side Branded, 200-300 Ib. avg. Cut and wrapped Ib, Branded, 200-300 Ib. avg. Cut and wrapped Ib. TURKEY CANADA UTILITY GRADE 10-18 Ib. average Ib. FLUFFO Shortening 5c OFF 1-lb. pkg. 75< Grooncl Beef Table Rile, Ground Fresh Hourly Ib. T-Bone Table Rite, Red Brand, Steer Bec-f Wieners Burns Bulk Ib. Burns Jumbo, Buy the Piece Ib. NABOB REGULAR 8c OFF 2-lb. bag Carnation ilk Lunch Meat Scott Viva Paper Towels AYLMER Prune Plums A 950 ,s for TOP VALU HALVES Peaches 3, .85" Jubilee 1 5-oz. tins for MAXWELL HOUSE Inst. Coffee 10-cz. jar CookieS Bogged 22-oz. 69C CriSCO Oil lOc off bottle 1.15 Orange Tang Wt.ei. Pkgs. 79c Canned Ham Mnple 1Wh. 1.69 Walnuts Green Beans 5 for 99c Pie Filling 2 85c Candy U JL- Westinghouse Eye Saving or M OQ- CUIDS sbf. While, 40-60-100 watt H for 70C Toothpaste 5uper.............. 1.29 Hand! Wrap 50 TOP VALU McGAVIN'S DATE NUT Cake Large Size BEANS ad PORK 14-oz. tins R for Perky ISA DAIRY SPECIALS .00 B Top Volu Coi. Parch argarine Mb. PkS. 4 f0f I Pug. .00 15-Gi. tins i i .49 Purex Asst. Colors Vslveeta Kraft..........2-ib. Dka. I PAULIN'S SALTED or PLAIN Sodas Mb. pkg...... fO 9 CIVUGill Kraft 2-lb. pUg. I Grated Cheese 49c IlSSUe Cheese Slices 3 Gianf Siie Black Diamond........ 8-01. pkg. U for I Kraft, 4 varieties A A i 56 l tele IGA FROZEN FOODS Pack T f .05 LIPTON'S TWIN PACK Soup Turkey Noodle or Spring Vcg Chicken Noodle 3 o.s KDMONTOX 'Cl'i The first rniicfl Si oinbudsnian wilh flcurgR B. McCloIlcin. f, whn in bccamft tho first (l f'anadian otnhudsman. HoniiHn S. Doi of named 'n his position M months ago. said in Kdmonton Ihat 40 ppr cent of t'ompiainis received by his office within (lie first year wen? justified indicafofl tit n.s rhai ihf rid flcini.' a uof.if job in per cf-nl oi" compiaint.s running I 1 McCains I Chicken cisid Chips Pi.g. 89c F- I I Rupert Cod m Sticks......... -oz. pkg. I JT Fraser Vale Shoe French Fries string.. Mb. Pkg. Sara Lee Cakes German Choc, or Orange 14-oz. FRASER VALE CATELLI Macaroni or Spaghetti 2-lb. pkg...... IGA j TABtg ERESHv PRODUCE FOR PIES CATEILI Tomato Sauce 14-az. tins Grapes California Red Tokay Canada Fey, Golden or Red Delicious BEEF, CHICKEN OR TURKEY 3-oz. KING SIZE Oxydo! 2Sc OFF .69 Pomegrantes Pomegranetes California California WHITE, YELLOW OR PINK Scoffies QKji r Canada No. 1 California Fresh Hawaiian CANADA NO. 1 CALIFORNIA ;