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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _______________ D.ttmb.r 17. Wt THE tnHBSTOGt HETAID 27 Story time ahead Auditor-general to retire in four months OTTAWA (CT) Auditor- General Maxwell Henderson, whose running feud with the REPORTED DEATH DEN- IED A report that North Vietnam's Defense Minister, Vo Nguyen Girji, had been kiikd in Haiphong "'as f'trm- denied by the North Viet- namese delegation to the I'aris peace talks. The report ori- ginated in Saigon. government is reaching war-1 like proportions, is due to retire in four it likch v.-iU be a stormy (our months. And if the Conservative oppo- sition has its way, Mr. Hender- son will'stay in office past his scheduled March retirement. V.'ith the content of tte auditor- literal, the Conse-vatives plan itn mount a campaign to have his term extended. It could be embarrassing for the Liberal government which has spent years try-ing !a Bve 1 down charges that it is deliber- ately interfering with the audi- lor-ECi.eral'5 work, Many of the charges have come from Mr. Henderson himself, the most rc- i cant a lev, weeks ago in Cal- gar.- when he sairl the govern- merit has made a "direct at- tempt to impair' the fur.ctio.is of his office." UEI'OKT I.ATK i He said the government .once i again has turned dowr. requests to stop downgrading the posi- lions of senior officials in his department. Because of his staff situe'.ion, tfs annual report would 02 cgsin As with earlier such cha-ges, i Treasury Board President C. M. Drury replied with a statement that the board has approved the staff and budgetary requests made ny the Ik' said earlie' the public service commission ha-s of- governmtnt expressed willing- 1 but after it is presented it must ness to grant tte auditor-gen- i pa.ss through two committees eral complete freedom in set- the Mouse iteeif. tling itaff sala'ies. "But this i WANTS OIVX LAW provo-al was i M'. Hendersor. was reporUxi upon." I" have told iis staff that "we CKNKKATES FRICTION e.mnoi look for any early action r 111.' natu-e of Mr. Hender-. V-l i partmt-nt its Christmas for the i.'1, years. Giovanni Muz- has climbed a pine tree in trie hills near this San PVancL-c-o Bay area suhurb and strung it with colored lights. When he started, the tree v-as only seven feet'tall, but i; has TO 55 feet. "It's r.u hard.' Muzzinl Raid. higher I get, the Ixrttcr I feel." Rut this year marked his laFt climh. for the free is dying and will be cut down thjs Kip u-ife. Man1, sairf is trie tree-trimming (JVCV Muizinj is jears old. How to Change a SQUARE a ALESMAN PUT AN AD IN IT AND TURN IT LOOSE IN Phone 328-4411 and speak to c Lethbridge Herald Display Advertising Representative ;