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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedntiday, Janunry 17, 1973 THE LETHBRID6E HERALD _ Diet in Spotlight Mayors' group seeks delegation at press party By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA It was a party put on for the members of par- liament by the parliamentary press gallery. The members of the press were meeting and get- ting to know the new members. The veteran members were performing the introductions in most cases. Over in a corner was a small knot of MP's. At their centre was that tall lean figure who has aready become a legend in his own Hon John G. Diefenbaker. EXCHANGE QUIPS He was happy and smiling, esty to visit Canada. "It is in- teresting that he who con- demned the monarchy and ridiculed it has, in the twin- kling of an eye, become a mo- be said with a twinkle in his eyes. "Hear, shouted Tory MP's behind him. Air. Diefenbater also could not pass up the opportunity to get in a dig at the "just It had not been men- tioned in the latest throne speech as it had been in throne speeches during the first four years of the Trudeau adminis- exchanging quips and accepting the congratulations of the new and old members of the house who had heard him that day make his contribution to the throne speech debate. It had j been one of his better efforts in w- tration. Anci incidentally he recalled I that Her Majesty was not re- to in speeches from tie on one or two occasions years. But that over- now been corrected the new "pretended dsvo- recent years. Bon to the monarchy." "It was." said a member of j has the just society the press, "vintage Dieieaba- gone mvrr, ker." 'TVhat happened? There is Finance Minister John Turner noff taxation in Can- agreed but accussed the press- j the highest cost man of plagiarism. "That was of Bving wA level of my line. I used that Erst, it was ever ddl vintage Diefenbaier, that is this the just speech." As indeed it was. To the 'Djefenbaker recalled that delight of the newcomers to the member house, who can now say they dedorate beard Diefenbaker speak in the Canada faad QK que5tioa. at national housing conference he was in good form. He glowered EC-TOSS the cham- ber at the government benches i and then would break into a smile. He point his long bony fineer. then stab it as be pushed is the just society: The Mr. Trudeau home a verbal jab. There were ffi embers senous attack, on the govern pm to the just society he 5hame senous ment lightened by govern good hu- earivMh Diefenbaker was manv members in the house, as He spoke :nr mmu.te and obviously enjoyed nimseif. He h jed a relishes the give and take of 1M parliamentary debate. II a PECKN house fpr (lie 77-year-old former prime minis- Gleefully he pictured in words the coming together of Justice Minister Otto Lsng and New _. TTTT WllU AJCUJi; fulu er. Few SIP s were missing D t; d Darill from tneir seats as the tall, TIK was D lean veteran of many a partia-; memarv battle, rocked back p and forth, his hands sometimes said. Mr Lang had described it i_- v- o-t as an "organic understandins''. on his hips. The MPs on both R the words off his sides ervjoyed it and applause membm on came from both sides-the pov- house ernment and opposition benches-as he resumed his ha poiitica] d. even David __ ci iiiucu broadlv seat. The ovation was pro-. longed, brought on by feelings; ..Orsanjc understanding 01 respect and noSalgia. i rtatOTer that is This proc- Among the was be Plf" PUdT Diefenbsker and he v-tra had neht after the broueht house question penod. just before Jlr. said jt He Diefenbaker rose to odv ffanted to look That was unfortunate because into of Lewis' the former prime minister minri wanted to deal in some detail from wilh the present prime minis-' ter's speech made earlier in the debate. WUh Mr. Trudeau ab-1 -ADDRESS XDP GROLT sent from the house he would Swinging around he addressed forego his sharp criticism ex- himself to the XDP group. Sev- cept to say that there were eral waved at him from their "portions of that speech un-: far corner in the nouse. He ob- ivoKhj- of a prime minister." sen-ed they had been carefully Mr. Diefenbaker spoke in sor-' tucked away under the galleries row rather than in aneer that where their embarrassment ov- Jlr. Trudeau had seen fit (o in- er supporting the Trudeau goi'- iect the issue of national unity ernment could cot be so appar- into the deba'e. Mr. Tradeau ent. had left the implication that he He congratulated them on felt some members of the Pro-, their progress. He noted that in gressive Conservative opposi- j 1P45 the NDP had elected 28 tion irere less than enyiusiastic and 27 years later had in- sbout bihngualism and French creased their numbers by three. Canada. At that rate they might be able Snapped Jfr. Diefenbaker: "I to form a minority government must say mat for him to drag I by the year 2045. up that petty, shrewish and niggling suggestion tie other "Even I do not expect to be around he said arousuig day that has won elections in laughter on all sides. Quebec ia the past, WES some-1 At one point Mr. Lewis sought thing I would DO; have expected to raise a point of order, but to fall from bis quickly resumed his seat as Mr. With a quick gnn me former Diefenbaker turned, looked at prime minister said of Mr. apparently welcomed the Trufeau: "I thought mere was interruption and began to sit a neff reform, that te was a j down. Mr. Lewis withdrew his penitent following the election.'' request and waved the former The member from Prince V- minister to continue as ben noted thai Mr. Trudeau the t01155 exploded with laugh- bad blamed the outcome of the ter over obvious second election on a communication lack by the Liberals "-16 "lest Uirone speech Mr. RTiEi abo-Jt the western desks Dje.'enbaker described as: and the nesk> b the prime minister's office? "I sort of infer- "A rehash of of the pasi. An assailed mixture o: n 1.2 >yrup. i matioD that nu'ilion dollar men- ,i: Axf not agerie oi gave Desks. facmS Canadians to- and top desks. .And TT vet he was no, eettine the fee', deb--M ing of ihe people. I hope one of JIr' Tnldeau (be first thines he will do will desks, shouung hear K Frequently he was inter- rupted by iuncerous outbursts of applause. More than once his jabs and jibes also won ap- plause from Liberal members who the enter- tainment. Mr. Diefenbaker couldn t re- sist referniig lo Mr. Trudeau's picture in the press at Govern- ment aflor the election, "There he was. I thought he was a penitent. He was dressed in a leather jacket with no tie: t: o nearest approach to being n withon: the ashes." That brouchi loud lauglwr fiom all sides. No- could he resist referring to Mr. TrutV.-w's quick trip lo and the anxious in- viuuoa extended to Her Maj- AIr Un? ,vhispering to prime minister. Printed on it w-as messase "Thev ,vas anolher fim whif.h Acain there were nowls of lauehler Mr. wondered j That could nhLspering. Probablv. he specii- j( was a plea to Mr Trudeau noi to use profanity as the prime minister had used in i Vancouver. At this the govern- ment and opposition benches exploded laughter and S0me shouts of t Tne man from the west loved that reaction and purloined in i line made, famous by comedian j C. Fields when 'hp sJroulwi above, the hubbub: "You know Mr. SyxMker It Is music lo Ihe pamMcr's car to hear Lbe suckers roar." I OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities urged Monday that a delegation of municipal representatives be allowed to attend a national bousing con- ference in Ottawa Jan. 22-23. D. G. Newman, president of the federation, asked the sup- port of all provincial premiers for an invitation to take part in the conference called by Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford. Mr. Newman said in a tele- gram that since it will require the co-operation of the cities and towns of Canada to imple- ment a housing program, it is essential that local government be given the opportunity to par- ticipate in the design of the community-development pro- gram. He said H is priposed fiat national municipal delegation of i25 representatives attend the I meeting along with the cial and federal representa- tives. 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