Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD _ Tliursdoy. December 23, 1171-------------------------------------. Government was ready for crisis in Quebec 1-tf 'Hies charge Both ill the interviews outvie, f lahor leader called i false, Outside 111" called (hem "a pack Mr. Man-hand wa enraged a.s be was the Commons by Clrath i PC St. .Ini'n's K.'.A> and .lack Ilorncr foot t. Mr, McCrrath said the minis- ter had admitted in a letter lo the Quebec nex M It Sokil tl1 't squill II n d unclm1 crisis cruplcd iniiitcnk'parlim'ntal commitlee (Molicr wilh Ilio kidnapping of! was set up Hay 7, 1970, on the liiphunat James Cruxs. recommendation of the cahinet I'h'1 otlawa report, by mm- j committee on priorilics amd spmidenl (ieurgc Bain, .says an j planning. The iiilerdepartmental com- i miltee met several times during Ihi- summer and autumn, ''but did produce a report for the cahinet commitlee on priorities and planning until Nov. over a month after the govern- ment proclaimed a state of ap- prehended insurrection to exist and invoked the War Measures Acl.1' Bain writes. ional incentive grants had heen paid I The report refers to "unpub- .lean out lo Quebec firms that later j ijphed cabinet documents" inn- u-rnt bankrupt. The Conserva- j -ro described in The live MP said there arc reports'Globe and Mail's headline as in now lhal. some S2 million went! leak." ,llai> In firms lhal either! I hey revealed, says went broke or laid oft workers. Bain, is Hint "Ihc question "of Th? grants are based on the using the War Measures Act in i number of new jobs created. some circumstances of domestic .Mr llorncr sought assurance "n'vst been considered in a f that ihn-e was no conflict of Ronerol way long before the interest in Mr Marchand being L'ralls wlllcn letl lo lts bsmS ijucbcc leader of the Liberal i proclaimed at 4 o'clock in the party and also the minister in i morning of Oct. 16." 1 charge of handing out large i Before the interdepartmental sums of money within the prov-! commitlee was set up, the ince. lie wanted assurance that I priorities committee had dis- "political bagmen" were not: cussed "what the justice depart" giving out the grants. mcnt called a preliminary anail- Most of the questions fired at j .vsis of circumstances in which Mi Marchand were ruled out of j d c m s n d s for social change 01 du inside the House. But he mlSh- bt> accompanied by crimi- _ did get to say that S500.000 to "al, behavior, with or without firms that later went broke was Cim of milk fund Mrs. J. W. He Sparwood Mrs. Jim Grai Billy DONNER UND BLITZEN, IT'S DONNA WHO'S KISSIN' Sevenleen-yeor-old Santa's helper Donna Gould kisses Santa Claus on the end of his nose in a downtown Toronto department store. Sanfa, who spend Ihe non-Christmas part of year as letter carrier Jack Coffey, says kids haven't changed much in the 14 years he's been meeting them in department stores. ARRESTED IN TIM.AND Leonard Miine, of To- ronto, is being heiu in Hel- sinki accused of planning lo hi-jack a U.S. ah-craft In res- cue a Lithuanian suitor [nmi Soviet ji r i about right and that his was small in relation to totla grants of about ?100 million. Ihc .Speaker called repeatedly for order but Mr. and 1 Mr. Homer continued their ex- change from their scats. as national organ- Mr. Hcrncr called out. 1 Fh, t is the only way to clear ycur name." 1 resign if you cannot what you Mr. Mar- chand shot back. Mi Homer said "the rumor that came to me is that people who are receiving grants are immediately bugged by bag- men cf the Liberal party and the Liberal coffers are now filled with about million from collection from people who have received grants from DREE." Committee finds jobs beria will i government to establish a com- initlee "to examine tlie whole I concept of dispute .settlement 1 in legislation governing the viously asked for amendments which would give civil servants President R. C. Smith said i the option of binding arbitration Wednesday in announcing the: or the right lo strike. Taber Julio Ann JoNonkay, Tabcr P-S. from Lcthbriikje Deborah anil Ricky Calais, Lelhbritlg? l.cigliton Schncor, Leth. Anonymous, Magrath Anonymous, Taker M. Little, Vauxhall Four Sir-all Children, Pinchor CreeK Harold, Evvoda and Reg, Picture Buite Kalie and Cindy Pedrini, Lolhbridge Ancnymous, LelhbridgG Mrs. L. Link. Lelh..... Anonymous, Noblefnrd Mike Gaidostik, Leth. Sherry. Tina and Lisa Jones, Hillcrest Debbie and Shelley Woodward, Hillcrest Mines J and D, Leihbridge From the family cf Leo Kinseh, Shaughnessy Robert and James Kinniburgh, Taber Mrs. Ruth West, Leth. M. Borrelli, Btairmore Denise and Christy-Jo Mault, Lelhbridge Dorothy Reitsma, Leth. Anonymous, Ft. Mscleod In memory of Mrs. J. Brownlee Wanda, Tracc-y and Craiq, Lethbridge From Dean, Lethbridqe H. Skrelting, Lethbridge Champion Women's Inst. Frank Heintsh, Magrath K. Park's, Bellevue..... Box Eurdett Dr. K. Sawada, Tabsr Ron, Dehbio, Colleen and Rodney, Taber The E. Kopchtak Family, Fernie. B.C........ Ben Senncker Family, Doris H. Mefvin, Leth. M. Murray, Leth. Anonymous, Cardston Mr. and Mrs. H. Guv Smalley, Cardston Henry and Charles Ulrich, William and Edna Donich, Tafcer Hazel and Bill Gouldinp, Lethbridoe Alfred and Leona Peririnl. Lelhfaridge Anonymous, Lethbridae Ron V. Thompson Family, Leihbridge Gilbert ant) Elizabeth Dys, Lethbridge W. L. Kergan, Lelh. Scott, Wcs and Dradie Anonymous, E. Porkka, Picture 1st Warrior Cub Pack. Grade: "C" Class, Jolin David'.on School, Coaidale T. A. DeBcer, Kavmonrt R. I. Rnker School 7 on Slifdenls' Union, Coaldnlc. 2.00 Miners' Club 2.00 Ladies Auxiliary, Hillcrest Mines 2.00 Mrs. A. H. Ives, Leth. Arnold Websfer, Fernie. 2.00 Mrs. Mary K. ArbucJU'1, ornie, B.C....... 2.00 G. Ratian, Tabfir 3.00 Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 2.00 Woodbury, Loth...... S.fiO Anonymous, Leihbridge 2.00 YWCA Staff, Leth. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Scott, LGlhbridtio Mr. and Mrs. C. Deiberl, Lethhridqe Burdelt CGIT Girls, Burdt. 3.00 Audrey Slickel, Leth. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones, 3.00 Lolhbridne....... Karen, Jean, 3.00 Ccaldaie 300 Bruce and Rodney, Leth. 3.00 Trisha Purhis, Leth...... Anonymous, Lelhbridoe Anonymous, Lclhbrtdce Room School, Tabcr Mr. Gradf Five 3.TO Gnfbraith School. Lelhbritkje 5.00 A. B. Lithbrid'js laircr Japanese United Church Sunday Schcol 5.CO Anonymous, Ircn Springs S.Pt) i Wensvcen Familv, Leth. -TOUarrray United Church 5.00 Sunday School In memory of Gus and Louis 5.00 Bunuiti, Anonymous, Cnutls s.OO Olto E. Wobick, Barons I Mr. and Mrs. Arias, 10.M 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 15. DO 15.00 16.55 70.00 7000 20.00 S.Otl 5-00 5.00 Marie Kufcik, Turin in memory of Hazel Pilling, and Mrs. D. J. Brownrigg, Anonymous, Leihbridge Ian, Cheryl, Mary Lynne 5.00 and Thelma Tlie Coaldcle Mennonite 5.00 German School, Coaidale i Lethbridqe Telephone 5.0D I Operators 1st. Patrick's School, Tabor Ancnymous, Lethbridge I Cnlhotic Charities Clolhes Bank, Lethbridae Anonymous, Lolhbridge Rccm IS, Grade Six. Galbraith Schocl, Loth. 500 association's intentions. "The government has said j George Ridcjeway, Let -xj Res 117, OES, rve School Bus EDMONTON (CP) A com- mittee set up to help find new jobs for employees laid off by Chemceli Ltd. early this year has reported a 9i-per-cent suc- cess rale. The committee, which official- ly ended its program yester- day, .said of the 230 men laid off, 220 found other jobs, retired anr nu oiner JQQS, .02 1 office today due to wire circuit -2 disruptions from the coast. I? H We Wish to Extend Our Good Wishes fo ery Merry Christmas J To oil our fnt'titK and customers. If was a picture fa vf d you th cough out thr? past yrm 'We're chirping cut happy holiday notes lo greet you and wish you merriment. from the Management and Staff of GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 323-1141 P.O. COX 1202 IETHBRIDGE OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTKSV OF AMA Hifihu.'iy Uindbrock inches of now snow, poor vis- In B.C. ixirder, covered with j ihilily, slippcrv sections, plow- I__t __i_i __ .''II. i I hard packed snow. i merry Christmas wreath nnr best wishes Tho MANAGEMENT and STAFF of Coum (Elief PROFESSIONAL B'.DG., iETKBMDGt ACROSS FROM THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE Highway Mounlnin View lo Waterlon, li a r d snow. packed ed and siindcd. linnff-Rcvcl- stoke, 7 inehcs of new snow, Ilifihway (i, Shell Plant turn- Kanff-Hndinm highway, n-10 off !o Wiitcrlon, covered wilh' inches of snow with drifting hard packed snow. j and slippi-ry sections. Banff- All remaining highways liave j .lasper highway inches of snow on the shoulders, the drix'- j .snmy, slippery sections. Snow tires or chains arc required when Iravelling over the Rog- ingl lanes h.ivo been blown clear. Higlnvay 1, Trans Canada ers Pass and on all ski resort Highway, Calgary to Banff, 6-0 1 access roads. 1'OHTS OK KNTHV (Opdiin.K and ClosinR Coutls ?-l hours: Carv.ay ii a.m. lo li p.m.; llonila i! .in. Id r> p.m.; liooscvillc. li.C. II a.m. lo (i p.m.: Kingsgale, B.C.. 21 hours; I'orlhill liykerts II a.m. lo midnighl. Chief Mountain closed. Wildhorse, 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m.