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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August A live and well Remember Boxcar, the colt named for his birth- place in the Thunder Bay freight yards where his mother was headed for the slaughterhouse last year? Mother and her coit were taken from the train to a riding stable and Boxcar, visibly thriving, now is the personal saddle horse of Alan and Bobby Danard. MOTHER'S JOURNEY Ottawa refuses to produce security documents Nixon tactics said used in Canada TORONTO Star says the federal cabinet and the RCMP have invoked a lit- tle-known form of executive privilege to deny security documents to the Federal Court of Canada. In a copyright story Friday from Montreal, the newspaper says the cabinet's action parallels the steps taken un- successfully by former United States president Richard Nix- on to withhold documents and tapes from the courts on grounds of national security. The story says the federal government appears to be us- ing a section of the Federal Court Act to refuse to produce any document if a cabinet minister attests that this would be injurious to inter- national relations, national defence or security. The newspaper says Ot- tawa's action became known when the federal demanded that the IRCMP turn over all pertinent documents relating to legal action for reinstatement of two former RCMP officers. The officers were identified as Donald McCleery. a former staff sergeant who played a prominent role in breaking the FLQ kidnapping case involv- ing British trade com- missioner James Cross in 1970; and former sergeant Gilles Brunei, a veteran security agent. Both men claim that the only reason given for their dis- missal last December was that they did not discontinue their friendship with Mitchell Bronfman, a nephew ol the founder of Distillers Seagram Corp. Mr. Bronfman is also presi- dent of Execaire. a large air- craft chartering and leasing service, and of Securex Ltd., a firm of private investigators. The newspaper says both Mr. McCleery and Mr. Brunei cur- rently work as investigators for Securex. Mr. Bronfman is quoted as saying the only reason he knows tor the RCMP action is his own life-long relationship with William Obront, a promi- nent witness at the Quebec po- lice commission inquiry into organized crime. The newspaper says the court's demand for five specific documents was re- jected in an affidavit signed Aug 13 by Postmaster- General Bryce Mackasey, acting solicitor-general at the time. Mr. Mackasey's affidavit claimed that introducing the documents in open court "would he contrary to public interest." Arthur Campeau, lawyer for the two dismissed officers, is quoted as saying he will at- tack the federal application for secrecy on the grounds that he cannot defend his clients unless he knows the basis of evidence against them. "It appears to me that if this application by the govern- ment is successful, the courts would become subservient to any federal cabinet minister who wishes to swear out an af- fidavit." he said. I. G. Whitehall, an Ottawa lawyer in the justice depart- ment, is also quoted as saying he could not elaborate because the application itself may be considered secret and 'certainly the reasons for the application would be as secret as the contents." The former RCMP officers had appealed to the court to hear their case in the interests of "natural justice" because of their claim they were given no hearing by the force. PORT HURON. Mich. (AP) Kararn Sabbagh, who is 106 years old and speaks no Eng- lish, travelled 8.000 miles from her native Lebanon to sit hy the bed of her ill son. "I dreamed my son was sick." she said Friday as her 69-year-old son. George, inter- preted "I had to come to him." Mrs. Sabbagh had not seen her son in four years, since she left Port Huron to return home. "She was old." George said "Mama wanted to die in her own country. So I took her hack to Lebanon. "During the last few years we've written to each other and I've always told her rny health was good. I didn't want to worry her." But diabetes cost George his left leg shortly after his mother returned to Lebanon in 1970. Three weeks ago doc- tors amputated his right leg. "Someone wrote her when my right leg had to George said as tears formed at the corners of his eyes. "Look at that woman." Mrs. Sabbagh is petite, standing about four feet six inches, and has sparkling brown eyes. She wears a black scarf over her grey hair and touches her son's shoulder with wrinkled hands. "I'll stay until he's well." she said. An official at the conveles- cent home where George is staying the visii has helped because "he worries and he needs reassurance." "His mother has helped him. It's just hard to believe this wonderful woman." Fraternizing hassle BONN (APi Lieut. Mary Lou Follett and Pfc. James Johnson, who lived together in defiance of United States Army regulations against fraternizing between officers and enlisted personnel, are both quitting the military after being denied pro- motions. Lieut. Follett, a 22-year-old nurse at the army hospital in Heidelberg, resigned her offi- cer's commission after being passed over July 22 for her scheduled promotion to first lieutenant. She is returning home 10 months before her normal enlistment was to end. Johnson, a 21-year-old medi- cal technician, is scheduled to return to the U.S. Sept. 9 at the end of his three-year enlistment. "They tried to split us up by transferring me away from the hospital in Heidelberg." Johnson said of the army. "They hassled me about my haircut. They refused to pro- mote me. I can't wait to get out." Johnson and Lieut. Follett met last summer while work- ing together in the intensive- care ward. Last October, they set up housekeeping in a German-owned apartment in Nussloch. near Heidelberg. Lieut. Follett was warned by her superiors that she was violating army regulations against fraternization. When they continued living together. Johnson was transferred 20 miles awav. U.S. plane bids for record OMAHA, Neb. (Reuter) A United States Air Force reconnaissance plane aims to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a little more than two hours Sunday and smash the world record for the 3.490-mile trip. The plane will take off from Beale Air Force Base in Cali- fornia. The timing will begin 80.000 feet above New York and stop when it is over Lon- don. The plane will go on to land at Farnborough, England. HOUSEPARENTS GROUP HOME Spruce Cliff Centre requires houseparents fc a community group home located in Calgary. Houseparents are required to live in a fully fur- nished and equipped government-owned home. One parent may be gainfully employed in other full-time work. They will provide care for approxi- mately 5 adolescent boys and girls aged 12 to 16 years. Duties will include basic care and emotional support for the children. Terms to be negotiated by contract, Please apply in writing to: Mr. W. Bruleigh, Director, Spruce Cliff Centre, 3410 Spruce Drive S.W., CALGARY, Alberta 249-5505. HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT th ANNIVERSARY SALE Sept. 3 to Sept. 10 ANNIVERSARY CAKE AND COFFEE Served at All Stores On Friday, Sept. 6 THERMOS Lunch Box with Bottle 10" ADJUSTABLE WRENCH 0 50 v 12 FT. H. DUTY BOOSTER CABLES Sfiso USET 830 WATT CAR WARMERS 5 3GUN RACK SO50 96 02. CASSEROLE CORNING {50 WARE V 12 GAUGE 3" AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN 77 50 GRAND AWARDS 14 Hitachi Portable TVs will be given away. 2 draws at each store. No purchase necessary. Draws will be made Saturday, September 7th BAMBOO RAKE WIRE LAWN RAKE S-f 50 BATTERY TESTER Excell White HOUSE PAINT GALLON D-Handle SPADING FORK 50 20" HITACHI COLOR TV Solid State Chassis ADS, Locks In Color Tint, Brightness And Contrast With One Push Of A Button ANNIVERSARY PRICE 50 499 15 HOUR VAPORIZER HEAVY TOOL BOX S7 50 ELECTRIC DEEP FRYERS DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO i BATTERY CARRIER STRAP 1% PADLOCK THERMOMETER PROPANE TANK 3 PIECE CORNING GIFT SET no50 ;