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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ___._____________Monday, Doccmbor 21, 1970 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 5 A BOOT FOR CHRISTMAS Prime Minister Trudeau prepares to try on a Christmas present, a boot with a "50 Yard Kicker" block attached to the toe, at Wednesday night's Liberal caucus Christmas parry in Ottawa. Mr. Trudeau, whose Grey Cup kickoff kick fell some 25 yards short of 50, was presented the boot by Santa Claus Edgar Benson, who works in the off-season as finance minister. Canada honors OTTAWA (CP) Former premier Jean Lesage, who pres- ided at the launching oi Quebec's Quiet Revolution, was among 13 prominent Canadians added Friday to the Order of Canada's list of Companions. Davidson Dunton, Carleton University president and co- chairman of the royal commis- SIMPSONS SEARS Solves Hot Problems PRICES START AS LOW AS ,38 Cal! 328-9231 For Fast Installation citizens sion on bilingualism and bicultu ralism, was included. Other choices were Gerarc Filion, a former distingulshec Quebec journalist turned indus trialist and J. W. Pickersgffl now president of the Canadiai transport commission. Twenty-three others were named recipients of the order's Medal of Service for "excell- ence in all fields of endeavor in Canadian life." Gov.-Gen. Michencr will in- vest the recipients at a later dale. The Companions are re- cipients of Canada's top decora- tion, awarded for outstanding merit, and there are two lists of Companions and the Medals of Service chosen annually. As usual, the selections cut across Canadian life in both cat- egories, with the medal recipi- ents including actress Frances Hyland, originally from Shauna- von, Sask., sprinter Harry Jer- ome, peppery journalist Mar- garet (Ma) Murray, a British Columbia legend and Quebec wood sculptor Jean-Julien Bour- gault. Mr. Lesage, 58, developed from a young Liberal MP back- fa e n c li e r to become federal northern affairs minister and then Quebec premier from 1960 to 1966. He has relumed to law and business in Quebec City. Mr. Durjton, 58, is a former chairman of the CBC board of .governors and Mr. Filion, 61, is president of Marine Industries and served as editor of Le De- voir from 1947 to 1963. He is an author and winner of national newspaper awards in 1951, 1958 and awarded accident victim VANCOUVER young man from suburban Coquitlam was awarded in dam- ages by ilr. Justice Thomas Boluu of the British Columbia Supreme Court as a result of a traffic accident three years ago. Stephen Roger Kirkham, 23, suffered multiple fractures and other injuries Aug. 2, 1067 at a Coquitlam intersection when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a truck driven by Waller of New West- minster. Mr. .Justice Uohm said he was taking into account, in addi- tion to his injuries, that Mr. Kirkham was unable tj pro- ceed with plans to attend Royal Military Collcgo at Kingslon, Onl., and become an officer in the Canadian Navy. Members lo discnsN rcnclwn. oi Government to push safes of snowmobiles at OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment plans to push sales of snowmobiles at a boat exhibi- tion in Chicago and "cold- wcather skills" at a petroleum exposition in Oklahoma in com- ing monlhs. The projccls are on a list ot two dozen foreign trade fairs at which Canada plans to partici- pate officially during the 12 monllis starting April 1. Seven of them are now ven- tures for the fairs and missions branch of the federal trade de- partment, which published its list in the journal Foreign Trade. Among fairs where the Cana- dian government will be making its debut is the International Pe- troleum Exposition at Tulsa, Okla., next May. The display will emphasize "Canada's grow- ing capabilities in this field, particularly i n cold-weather skills." TO KEATU11E TRAIU5RS The government plans to re- turn, after an absence of five years, to the Chicago Marine Trades Exhibit and Conference in September, with snowmobiles and camping trailers. It is explained that the exhibi- tion features pleasure boats "and allied equipment." Five of the new ventures are at U.S. fairs, two in West Ger- many. Half of the total of are in the United States, five in West Germany, two in Britain, two in France, one each in the Netherlands and Hungary and one in Third Asian In- ternational Trade Fair at New Delhi, India, in February, M'2. Debuts will be made with communications and navigation equipment at the armed forces show in Washington, D.C., next June; an automation congress at Diisseldorf in October; a jew- elry fair in July and a frozen foods convention in November, both at New York; a plastics exposition at Chicago in Noveni-1 her and a clothing fair at Frankfurt the same month. Heturn engagements will tea- j lure exhibits of cattle and com- puters on different dates at Las Vegas, garments at four differ-! cut .shou'.s in .Nov.- forestry equipment in Atlanta, building materials at and in Paris, hospital equipment at Stuttgart and hotel equipment in London, England. Home, Piti'ield reports lower net income EDMONTON (CP) Home and Pitfield Foods Ltd., in a re- port for the 28 week period ended Oct. 17, said here that net income was down 12.G per cent to as earnings again were affected by rising costs and intense competition. 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