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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada emerges 'in healthier state' .Wednesday, December 8, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGi HERALD 19 MANY SPECIES It is estimated there arc more than different species of animals in Canada. AlltV MIXTURE In ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt, vinegar was produced by the action of air on wine. GREEK 1100TS The word acid is derived from the Greek words meaning sour and vinegar. ROBERT STANFIELD Reassuring statement scattered. OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau expressed confi- dence Tuesday that Canada wiil emerge "in a healthier state" from current international mon- etary and economic uncertain- ties. Reporting lo the Commons on his talks Monday with President Nixon in Washington, Mr. Tru- deau said he has no doubt that negotiations for a settlement of international exchange rate dif- ficulties will end successfully soon. He also told the he did a news conference ear- lier Tuesday in that he has been reassured by President Nixon that the U.S. wants a strong and independent northern neighbor in Canada. Mr. Trudeau was greeted by applause from his Liberal sup- porters. Applause on the opposi- tion side of the Commons was Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield said Mr. Trudeau's general statement is reassuring. But Canada and the U.S. have lo get down to economic specif- ics. It was good that President Nixon was resolved to respect Canadian independence but the attitude of the U.S. administra- tion on specific economic issues was what really affected Can- ada. Mr. Stanfield said concrete assurances are needed that uni- lateral Washington decisions will not damage this country. He hoped Mr. Trudeau and the president will meet regu- larly and frequently and achieve d et a i 1 e d economic guidelines. FINDS IT HUMILIATING NDP leader David Lewis said it is humiliating for Canada and Canadians that Mr. Trudeau had to go to Washington to be NORTH PLAZA FLORIST PHONE 327-1212. CHRISTMAS TABLE ARRANGEMENTS, MANTLE PIECES, DOOR SWAGS, WALL PLAQUES AND TOPIARIES S3.50 and up Wo would like to thank you for making our Christmas tuccessful. Winner of our Door Priie: MRS. V. HUTCHINSON Drop in and visit with us and enter your name for Show and Open House 10 1109 15th SI. C N. this week's door prize. reassured about Canada's inde- pendence. It was not assurances from the U.S. which Canada needed Govt. to check immigrants for citizenship OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment intends to see whether long-time landed immigrants can be convinced to take out Canadian citizenship, says State Secretary Gerard Pellc-tier. But he expressed doubts Tues- day that persons who have teen landed immigrants for a gener- ation can be sold on becoming Canadian citizens. He was appearing before the Commons miscellaneous esti- mates committee on the supple- mentary estimates of his de- partment. Mayors lose re-election hids TORONTO (CP) A number of incumbent mayors were de- feated Monday as many Ontario towns and cities voted in civic elections. Among the losers were Herb McClure, mayor of London for IVz terms Merle Dickerson. the colorful mayor of North Bay, who was seeking his third con- secutive term, and Nick Kaneb, the veteran mayor of Cornwall. Also defeated were Aimo Marshall, two-term mayor of Fort Frances, and Ernie Carter, mavor of Kenora since 1S67. but assurances from the Tni- deau government that it would not continue to sell out the coun- try lo multinational corpora- tions. Mr. Lewis described Mr. Tru- clean's statement as one of the most distressing declarations ever made by a Canadian prime minister. interrupted frequently by Lib- eral jeering, Mr. Lewis said "there cannot be rape when there is invitation and consent." The prime minister's state- ment was a humiliating admis- sion of the bankruptcy of the Liberal party's attitude toward the development of a Canadian identity. DAVID LEWIS Canada humiliated We Will Place An ORGAN In YOUR HOME During Our Special ORGAN TRIAL An idea! Christmas Gift! A course designed for both children and adults. Find out how easy it is to learn to play the organ. Truly an ideal Christmas gift A GIFT OF MUSIC! CHOOSE THE COURSE TO FIT YOUR BUDGET 4 WEEK ORGAN COURSE.....................ONLY 19.50 6 WEEK ORGAN COURSE.....................ONLY 29.25 8 WEEK ORGAN COURSE.....................ONLY 37.50 Remember: We supply the organ for home practise Pruegger's Accordion Coliege Ltd. V- -1 I'l i I j FREE SNO-TIRES WITH EVERY USED CAR AND TRUCK TO DEC. 25th NEW CAR SPECIALS 1971 DEMO'S 1971 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP 351-2V, automatic, power steering, power brakes, rear window defogger, radio, block heater, remote control mirror, H.D. battery, fender skirts, full wheel discs, W.S.W. light gold with brown vinyl roof, Stock No. 1265. Regular G.O.................................. 1971 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, remote control mirror, block heater, H.D. battery, rear window defogger, deluxe wheel G78xl5 W.S.W. red with black vinyl roof. Regular 1971 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP 351-2V. automatic, tinted glass, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, front bumper guards, radio, vinyl upholstery, W.S.W., block heat- er, fender skirts, deluxe wheel covers, beautiful light gold color with brown vinyl roof. Stock No. 1291. Regular USED TRUCK SPECIALS 1971 FORD F350 ONE TON 1969 FORD i TON 360 VS, 4 speed, H.D. battery, ammeter and p t d white. Stock No. 1166B. Reg. T G.O.................... SNO-POWER SHOCK ABSORBERS For Leaf Spring Susp. Snowmobles Regular 28.95 SPECIAL 21.95 gauges, painted prairie yellow. Stock No. 2 G <1 A. G.O. 1969 DODGE TON 1967 FORD i TON TUNE-UP 9.85 1 A IVt PARTS EXTRA 8 cyl. Rec. 19.00. SPECIAL a, Mondorcl, rodio, pointed red. Stock No. v8' 4 sPEcd. in "lor. Stock No. VD97C. 2034B. Rog. Reg. G.O................... -.j-'iU G.O.......................... USED CAR SPECIALS 1970 TORINO 1969 BUICK 2-DOOR HARDTOP. 429-V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, rodio, competition green in color. Stock No. 1067D. Reg. :t'; A G.O. W- 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V8. automatic, p green in color. S'ock No. 1157A. Reg. Prce G.O................... 1969 MARQUIS BROUGHAM 1969 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, rodio, air conditioning, vinyl roof, gold in color. Stock No. 1391 A. Reg. Prce A G.O................... 1969 FORD GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. 390-V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, tu tone tur- quoise and white. Stock No. 2007A. Reg. G.O.................... 1969 FORD GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V8, automatic, p steering, power brakes, rodio, two tone and white. Stock No. 2168A. Reg. G.O................. "I- 1967 FALCON 4-DOOR SEDAN. V8, automatic, rodio, pc blue. Stock No. 2038A. Reg. G.O..................... 1966 MERCURY PARKLANE 2-DOOR HARDTOP. V8. automatic, oowc. steering, power brakes ,radio, red witn bljck vinyl roof. Stock No. 2075B. Reg. -J'V I', f 3-DOOR HARDTOP. 302-V8, outomotic, no'.vei steering, power brakes, rodio. Dork liloc ir color. Slock No. 1349A. Rug. Price G.O.................. 1969 PLYMOUTH FURY II 4-DOOR SEDAN. V8, automatic, power steer. ina, powc-r brakes, radio, beiae in color with ton vinyl rool. Slock No JU3A. Reg. G.O.................. 1968 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN. V8, outomotic, rodio, blue in color. Stock No. GP151. Reg. G.O................ 1966 MERCURY MONTCLAIR 2-DOOR HARDTOP 390, automatic, power steer- ing, power brakes, radio, black in color. Stock No. I389B. Rog. G.O................. 1965 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR STATION WAGON. V8, standard, pow cr steering, rodio, dork turquoise. Slock No. 2039A. Reg. G.O. DEPT. HOURS: 8 a.m. to Midnite Daily Except Saturday and Sunday SERVICE DEPT. HOURS: 3 a.m. to Midnite Daily Except Saturday and Sunday ;