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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Auguil 4, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Provincial envoys pose ticklish problems for Canadian embassies I'.y IUCHAKI) JACKSON Oll.-nva Herald OTTAWA If Ontario nnd Ilio federal government agree (Ire province cart Imvo a provin- cial ofliccr In (he Canadian em- bassy a( Washffigton, (hen the name goes Cor British Columbia, Manitoba or any oilier province fancying Buch an arrangement. warns External Affairs, lire deal with Ontario hasn't Iwen completed, witli agree- ment yet to be reached on what arc described 03 "procedural problems." The big hang-up, says Exter- nal, Is agreement (hat the Cana- dian ambassador will have com- plete.Jurisdiction and full direc- tion over "Ontario's man In Washington." Tliere's the qucslion of rank, loo, a (liming up of (he diplo- matic pecking order, and the matter of who will have what authority to say whether Ontario can or can't take this or that ac- tion its own while working out of the Embassy. liul, goes on External, If these problems can lie tidied up, then there is an "agreement in prin- ciple" for Ontaiio to post a rep- resentative lo the American And, it maks the point clear, "since Iho federal government never never discriminates as between provinces Ihen if Ontario has a man. so may JLJII a Maltcr of Woman livos for lo TAMMY WYNfTTE lYWf ANDERSON M.C., Manitoba or any of Uio Maritimcs." Kxtcnml notes Lbat Ontario House and Dritisb Columbia House in London are not diplo- matic establishments, concern- ing themselves almost exclu- sively with tourism and trade promotion. Now, Ontario's man. the way the province wants 11, have wider scope, perhaps dab- bling in something approaching diplomacy as a sort of "vest- pocket ambassador." This isn't the way Ottawa wonts, nor will have it; but il the two governments can skate around this Ihrealened hole in their relations, then Ontario wit' be on safer ice. The two governments arc meeting later in the Summer to try focusing Ihcir conflicting viewpoints. In all Ihe argument over the diplomatic protocol, nobody munliontd the Quebec "mini embassy" in Paris tin re.sidenl representative lecentl) told a group of touring Canadiai Parliamentarians to r e m o v their "unacceptable" Majiii Leaf lapel pins. Recalled by Premier Roter Bourassa to Quebec City, th Paris representative< that he had only been "fooling' when he spoke of the province1 establishment there as "Quebc territory." Hut the Parliament didn think it was funny, and th matter was raised in tho Con mens in Uie final days befor Ihe summer recess. Eagletou scrutinized thoroughly BALTIMORE fAP) Aides lo Senator George McGovern Senator Thomas Eagle- Ion on topics ranging from busi- ness dealings to alcohol prior lo his selection a.s the Democratic vice-presidential candidate, the Baltimore Sun says. The Sun quotes McClovern campaign aide Frank ns saying the July 13 inter- view with Eafilclon was not a jicrfunclory ono and covered topics ranging from women lo law clients and nolilieal prob- lems. McGovern, tho Democratic presidential no-rinee, and his aides were criticized for failing to scrutinize the background of Eaglclon, who disclosed after lie was named as No. 2 man on the ticket he had received psychiat- ric treatment in the past. Kagleton said Sunday on Ibc CBS program Face the Nation that he could recall only being asked the single q u c s I i o n, "Tom, do you have any skele- tons rattling round in your He did not recall any oilier questions being raised lull would not say none were asked when reached Wednesday, says nn article from The Sun's Wash- ington bureau. Mankicwicz, McGovem's na- tional political told the paper that he quizzed Uaglcton on, among other things, his drinking habits. Staiifield takes Grits lo task Ont. fCPl Opposition Ixiarlor Kobc-rl Stanfiekf tlic IIMU govcvnnu'iit fni1 no! Itv- lo two of ils IftiK olrcfion liinisos (mil if c s c r i Ii o ft ;i.s .slmcking thu priino niinislor's allilmlo in suilcliiiiR from issues lo rc- g.iin public favor, Mr. KtanCiold Inld a news t-on- [jbernls luivo not overcorno regional riisparily or promises in tlic "Thcro lus boon very liltlo achieved in overcoming rc- plonnl lie "U is ns Rrcnt as H wns in and poverty is prcihaMy more aculo because masshc niicnv lie Kale] "Kir 1'rirno MinisU-r to try to shift j'nnmil an nhiitulonmpiii ol the po.sition lie look in in an effort now In "make prndi- efforts to regain public favor." Plan Jayoffs TOHONTO A spokes- for Douglas Aircraft Co. of Canada confirmed Wednes- day lhal l.RIXI workers at the win-by Million plant In- laid off over I he next 13 months lln blamed the layoff on Hie ryc-lin'1 nature nf the nKlu.'.lrj. o o o o _i O o o O O Tinned Ham 24 oz, jizei. linned 4 picnic ham. SPECIAL Pies Freshly made, choose from Apple, Raisin, Cherry or Blueb'rry. SPECIAL fc for Cups For hot or cold cfrinVs. 25 per pock. A OO SPECIAL Charley Bikes and Trike Choose from Mini Bug, Sod Bug ond Big Trike. 7 77 SPECIAL Phonograph 2 bond radio solid note construction. Will all kinds of records. SPECIAL Assortment Includes carrot, lettuce and keepers. Ire cube troys af-SPECIAl for Lawn Guard Dog Repellent Rcpells bolh dogs ond cots. block form. Wall Plaques Various animals, birds and fish 1o choose from. For halhroorn or children's room. fiQ SPECIAL Bags Durable strong ptoslic. High fashion design. O7 SPECIAL Ladies' Fibre Fill Bras only. Incomplete lizo range. O