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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Occombor 14, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 Old 'arrogance' charge is pay dirt for Tories OTTAWA (CP) Conserva lives in opposition have best toward electoral succes when they accused the Liberal of arrogance and rule by self avowed divine right. This contention helped John Diefenbaker win the prime min istership in 1957 after the Liber als used parliamentary closuri the previous year to drive through then' pipeline plans. It is not surprising therefore that Opposition Leader Hober Stanfield is moving into 1971 emphasising his assertion oi Liberal arrogance. He mil likely continue to bang away at this theme even though the Liberals yanked one prop from under his argument by withdrawing, under opposition and public pressure, the bill to limit the powers of the auditor- general. Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 Mr. S'tanfield, in attempting to' advocated by last month's Lib illustrate his argument that there is a strong authoritarian trend and "Big Brother manipu- lation" in the Trudeau govern- ment, is citing: Oct. 16 proclamation of the War Measures Act; successor Public Order (Temporary Measures) Act; bill to establish national marketing boards without prod- ucer representation on them; program taking prairie land out of wheat production; farm income stabiliza- tion program; government's refusal to increase the salary of Auditor- General Maxwell Henderson or of Ins 28 senior officers; Canada. Minister Tnideau's quick rejection of some policies Eddy named to ID TABER (HNS) Dr. Wesle P. Eddy, school superintendent, has been named by the Taber school division board of tins- tees as its representative on Taber's industrial development commission. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 era! policy convention, including an independent review board to oversee administration of the public order law. Speaking in French at Mont- real a week ago, Mr. Stanfieid said the federal government by rumor arrogantly tried to de- stroy the reputations of leading Quebecers who disagreed with it on the handling of the terrorist situation. He accused Jean Marcband, regional economic expansion minister, of paternalism in his dealings with Quebec. PROPAGANDA TOOL Information Canada, he said, was created as an instrument of Liberal propaganda. But the greatest Liberal ar- rogance was its economic pol- icy: a brutal blind and inexcus- able imposition of unemploy- ment as a means to fight infla- tion. At Hagersville, Ont., Nov. 21, Mr. Stanfieid said the two main qualities of the Trudeau govern- ment are arrogance and blind complacency. These could be seen in the government's "inactivity" on unemployment, economic growth, urban affairs, farm pol- icy and natural resources. "This government's attitude is cold and it is the Conservative leader said. "It does not care about peo- ple." BITING THE HAND THAT BLESSES HIM Ronnie Brooks, 3, little impressed with the dignity of a Cardinal and so nips the finger of Philadelphia's John Cardinal Krol, who had been chucking Ronnie under the chin at annual Christmas party the Cardinal gives for handicapped children. Event is -fund raiser for agencies serving the youngsters. July Christmas promised by Castro for Cubans NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. Phone 328-4441 POWER PACKED POWER TOOLS From SHOPMATE and SHOPCRAFT! QUALITY TOOLS AT REASONABLE PRICES! 1875 SHOPMATE CIRCULAR SAW Hi h.p. motor 12 amp. fan cooled. Cutting capacity at 90 degree, ot 45 degree. SPECIAL ONLY SHOPMATE Model 1800 Orbital Sander _ _ Onlv 28.95 True (lush sanrllnj T 1 Over 25 sq. 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In own carry- Inn life warranty. 1810 Jig Saw. Only No. 9740 Sh opera ft Drill U" geared chuck. 2000 r.p.m. 2 amp. ONLY Shopcraff V2" DRILL Vi" lightweight revers- ible drill. Multi ball t h r u 1 1 bearing. 700 ONLY 42.95 9150 Shoptroft Sabre Saw Powerful 2 amp motor, !s" stroke, 3050 Uroksi per minuti. Blade nor- ONLY 17.95 9151 Shopcraff Orbital Sander 2 amp. motor. 356" pad provides over of sanding sur- face. Finishes wood, metal, plaslic. Comes complete with 3 live iheett. a bra- ONLY 17.95 CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! Open Wednesday till p.m.; Thursday ond Friday till 9 p.m. for Your Shopping Convenience! m DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd S. Phono 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. Phone 328-4441 HAVANA (Reuler) Thrilled Cuban children pressed their noses to store windows this week, fascinated by the display of shiny new toys from Russia and China. It was a reminder that Christ mas and the New Year are near. But for their parents the holiday season is still more than seven months away. Premier Fidel Castro Monday announced Christmas celebra- tions would be postponed until July because work was going ahead on the current sugar-cane crop. Christmas last year was also lostponed to July this year and a s t r o hinted Monday tie change might well be perma- nent. He felt the traditional manner of celebrating Christmas with decorations, lights, greeting cards and religions scenes was not suited to his tropical island. CARDS DISAPPEAR The greeting cards were still :o be found a few years after Castro took power in January, 1959, but these how have disap- >eared. So have the stars, gar- ands and other decorations rom the streets and windows of he state-run stores. But for the children of Cuba it s still a season for presents al- hough they can hardly believe now in tlie Cubsn version of Santa Claus. In the traditional Cuban Christmas, children place three hoes by a window so that the hree biblical wise men passing 'iy on a camel, an elephant and a white charger can put their gifts in the shoes. But children no longer hear their parents talking about th gift-bearing wise kings. Insteae there is talk about the problem of buying toys and the line, which must be formed outsid the stores to purchase the bes ones. Parents are given coupons t buy toys for children under 12 Each child is allowed one to worth more than and two oth ers valued at less than GOVERNMENT TAKES HAND In an effort to avoid long lines, the internal trade minis try has issued instructions tc stores that purchase orders b taken over the telephone am early callers be served first. The big day for the children Is not Dec. 25 but Jan. 6, the Day of the Wise Men. It has been renamed the Feast of the Chil dren and parents will hand over to the youngsters on this day Russian bicycles, Chinese-made toy machine-guns, jet planes cars, dolls and kitchen cutlery among other items. The adults' feast day wil come after the crop is har- vested in July. Meanwhile, it is work as usual on Christmas Day, New Year's Day and even on .Jan. 2, the anniversary ol Castro's triumph. For them thers will be no extra rations or rum, pork, loney and almonds, the tradi- ional food and drink of Christ- mas in Cuba. They must wait 'or the feast of the sugar cane harvest. 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Canned Pop 48 fl. oi. tins ion. oz. tins GREEN GIANT NIBLETS CORN 12 fl. oz. tint 4 for OCEAN SPRAY WHOIE OR JELIIED Cranberry TOP VAIU CONCENTRATED Orange JuiceL'L g Pineapple Juice for Dola 48 fl. ci. tins j for FLORIDA RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT for CANADA NO. 2 NETTED GEM Potatoes WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO IIMIT QUANTITIES ;