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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Friday, July 13, 1973 THE ICTHMIDGf HBUID IS I i LETTUCE By KEVIN DOYLE LONDON (CP) Thousands of Orangemen have again marched through the towns end cities of Northern Ireland to commemorate the historic battle of the Boyne, which once established Protestant suprem- acy through the length and brea.dth of Ulster. But this year there was little to celebrate apart from that an- cient skirmish on a muddy, sluggish river 283 years ago when Protestant Prince William of Orange defeated the forces of Catholic King James II. Behind the waving Union Jacks and bright orange ban- ners, a deepening sense of gloom seemed to prevade the July 12 festivities which no amount of optimistic speech- making or confident reas- surances could dispel. The hope of Ulster Protes- tants for a restoration of the old Stormont Parliament, domi- PRICES EFFECTIVE In Lethbridge'July 13, 14, 1973. B.C. CHERRIES 49e ft DA DC Mimr kv I THOMPSON SEEDLESS Lethbridge Safewa y Stores Honor All COMPETITORS' FOOD COUPONS BREAD POLLY ANN, WHITE or BROWN net wt. loaf ICE CREAM CKimif CTAB M ri AWAtmr SNOW STAR, 4 FLAVOURS COFFEE EDWARDS, REGULAR, FINE or ELEC. PERC. GRIND........Vac Pak ORANGE JUICE TOWN HOUSE, SWEET, PURE, FROM CONCENTRATE Handy 10-fl. oz. zip top tin WHITE VINEGAR PIEDMONT 80-fl. or. jug 59 TUNA 2 i SAVOY LIGHT____........ 1 BEANS TOWN HOUSE, OVEN STYLE........................ 14-fl. oz. tin SLICES LUCERNE PROCESS, INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED.....................2-ib. pkg. SMOKED HAM Burns Part Skinned, Ready to Serve WHOLE, HALF OR QUARTER 79 c ROAST STEAK BONELESS CHUCK Canada Grade A Beef We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantifies I ei I I ci .69! I I I I l I I I I I Interpreting the News Ulster Protestants in disarray Hutterites cut buying of land EDMONTON (CP) Hut- terites have demonstrated re- sponsibility since the repeal of the Communal Properties Act in March, buying only 60 acres of land since that time, the chairman of the Alberta Ad- visory Committee on Commu- nal Properties said Thursday. Arnold Platt said in tele- phone interview from Calgary that his committee, set up by the legislature after the re- peal, will be looking into all aspects of land use as well as the communal properties ques- tion. He said the committee prob- ably would disband after mak- ing its recommendations with- in a few years. Mr, Platt said Us committee was a short term, advisory body with no authority to ten Hutterite colonies how much land they could buy. Tftje committee also would disband if the government es- tablished stringent regulations concerning ktsd he said. nated by the Unionist party, has dashed by another Wil- liam, Britain's Secretary for Northern Ireland, William Whitelaw. FORUM PREPARED The minister announced be- fore the celebrations began that a new Ulster Assembly, with limited authority and in which Catholics will play a major part, is to meet for the first time July 30 if appropriate leg- islation can be passed quickly by Westminster. For a vast number of Protes- tants, the new power-sharing assembly represents a first step on the road to an eventual re- unification of Northern Ireland with the predominantly-Catholic tosh Republic to the south. "The protestant political forces are in disarray. The united front they once presented is torn by bitter internal feuding among factions led by former premier Brian Faulkner and radicals such as William Craig and Rev. Ian Paisley. In the new assembly, Faulk- ner and his Unionist party will have only a slight edge in seats over the Catholic Social Demo- 120-man guard unit formed EDMONTON {CP) A 120- man guard unit outfitted in 1885 period uniform of the North West Mounted Police will march through the streets of Edmonton this summer. The provincial government yesterday announced a grant to a special unit of toe Canadian Forces Militia for formation of (be unit, to be known as the Alberta Govern- ment Centennial Guard. The militia has joined with the RCMP for the project. cratic and Labor Party (SDLP) and will have to count on get- ting some kind of support from Craig and Paisley to survive. ASSEMBLY THREATENED But Faulkner's ideal of main- taining Ulster's links with Brit- ain and making the assembly work is anathema to Craig and Paisley, both of whom termined to render the legisla- tive body ineffective. Craig sees an independent Ulster as the only means of protecting Prot- estant interests. Oil, gas leases net 1.8 million EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government has received from the sale of 20 oil and natural gas leases. Western Land Service Co. Ltd. paid the highest price, for acres 30 miles north of LJoydmmster on the Saskatchewan border. Only one parcel offered for sale did not receive a bid. Now In Stock for You A selection of: HOLIDAIRE Trailers TRIPLE E E E Trailers TRIPLE E-E-E Campers TRAVE-L-MATE for every imported Truck 2 USED CAMPERS AND 1 USED TRAILER AVAILABLE Foreign Car (Lethbridge) Ltd. 1102 3rd I. Phone J2S-9651 Most Protestants had and many firmly they would be strong enough to force the British government to revise its plans for establishing the relatively-weak assembly and to restore Stormont, dis- solved hi March, 1972. But their confidence has been shattered by Whitelaw who lam made it painfully clear that, for the moment at least, be has tht firmest grip on the reins of au- thority. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL RETRACTION We are sorry for any misunderstanding arising from the ads placed on July 5th and 6th regarding North West Mounted Police 1873 Gun Crew demonstra- tion at the Mall. The guns used were authentic and not the originals. Come visit us during the re-opening of our newer, much larger. Horseman's of Fame The exciting, real-life story of theCanadian West is portrayed in authentic, colourful dis- plays at our newer, much larger Horseman's Hall of Fame. Come and take time to absorb and experience the heritage and spirit that is the Canadian West's own. Numerous new exhibits have been added to the Hall, which will further enhance its status as being one of the finest of its kind anywhere. Illustrated here are a few of those exhibits. Come see them in person. We know you'll have fun. "i Buffalo herds, which once roarnsd the west m countless millions. Z Treaty No. 7. which was to become the most significant treaty ever signed with the Canadian Indians. 3 Now a collector's item, the famous Red River Can once served a principal role in overland transportation. 4 The handgun section of the popular "Guns of the Golden West" display. 5 Famous cowboys, "Shooting the Breeze" in an original piece of Barn No. 6. Colt Frontier single-action revolver, also known as The "Peacemaker. QrUarWBFSfVING AND MALTING Home of CsJgaiy Export Lager ;