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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Solu'doy, March 18, 1971 THE IHHBRIDGE HWAID fl First lengthy trip to Canada in decade Nixon Ottawa visit will mark another milestone by a president OTTAWA (CP) President Nixon's April 13-15 visit hero will be the first full-blown trip to Canada by a U.S. chief ex- ecutive in more than 10 years. Not since President Ken- nedy came to Ottawa Slay 1G- 18, hds there been what is considered a proper presi- dential visit to tliis country. It was six years before an- other U.S. president came. President Johnson took only a quick tour of Expo May 25, 1967, and then conferred with then prime minister Lester Pearson at the letter's sum- mer cottage at Lake Harring- ton In Quebec's Gatineau Hills near Ottawa. Joliivson had touched base with then-premier Lester Pear- son twice before on brief infor- mal the British Columbia border in the fall of 1304 and later at Compobello in New Brunswick to announce for- mation of a park enveloping the old summer residence of Frank- lin Delano Roosevelt. President Nixon-to date has made one of those quick busi- nesslike visits to tlie Canadian border, On June 27, President Nixon came to CanadEi for a few hours to mark the lOih anniversary of tiie St. Law- rence seaway. President Eisenhower paid HE IP Ffofif Crippling! March 8th-April 8th Your Easfer Seal contribution goei to help not only crippled children but adults too. It goes to provide 1fie special care needed whether it be a sight or hearing problem, artificial limb or wheelchair etc. also supper If children's summer camps. Envelopes have been mailed out to every householder for this lethbridge and District campaign. Please ReJurn to Box 953, Lethbndge two official visits of three days each to Ottawa, in when Louis St. Laurent was prime minister and in 1958 when John Dicfenbaker held the office. Tims Mr. Nixon's visit next month will be only the fourth of consequence by a U.S. president in nearly 20 years. An April 13-15 presidential visit does not, appear in any way to interfere with any plans Prime Minister Trmleuu may have for a June election. About two months arc re- quired between calling an el- ection and the election date to prepare voters' lists and the Jike. Many MPs are openly pre- dicting that the election will be on June 19 or June 27. When Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield asked in the Commons about rising food prices, Mr. Trudcau retorted: "At SJQO a dinner it is not surprising that the index went up." Mr. Stanfield the night be- fore had addressed a plate fund-raising Conserva- tive meeting in Toronto. Murray McBridc, Liberal MP for Lanark-RcnfrGW-Car- leton, was dressing down NDP Leader David Lewis in this vein: "The honorable member is deliberately misleading the House and telling untruths. He knows that what he says is in error and no member IIRS the right lo deliberately mislead the House." Stanley Knowles, NDP ftoor leader: "And you nave no right to split an infinitive ci- ther." L W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 For all your moving and storage needs, call Ihe experts at L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 FARM AND RANCH DIRECTORIES A listing of all farms and ranches in the Ulhbridgo trading area with mailing addresses and land {oca- tion. 00 EACH Available at Tlie LetHbridge Herald Printing and Lithographing Division Corner 5th Ave. and 7th St. S. LETHBRIDGE v- 34th I CLEARANCE SALE OF STEREO AND STEREO r For Many Years BERT MACS STEREO TV Have put on two sales !he public have come to know are FOR REAL "CLEAR THE DECKS" in September "ANNIVERSARY SALE" in March This "34th Anniversary Sale" will be no exception with Clearance Sale Prices throughout the store. All Television Radios Stereo Components Cassette 8 Track and Reel to Reel Tape Recorders and Original Oil Paintings are on sale in Bert Mac's Stereo and TV Lounge. SAVINGS FROM 20% EVEN TO 30% See the reduced price Birthday Cards on all items during Bert Mac's Anniversary Sale. DOWNTOWN ON SEVENTH STREET B MAG'S FOR STEREO and TELEVISION PHONE 3273232 JOHN PENNER ELIZABETH DYKSTRA (V STELLA CRISMER FRA5ER BAALIM ti 4 tim 3 RAY iA VALLEY FOR SALE Royal Trust "THE SIGN THAT SELLS" INTRODUCING. Jack C. Higgins, our new Real Estate Sales Manager, and his capable staff ready to serve you at Royal Trust Real Estate Sales JACK C. HIGGINS Manager Real Estate iatet WE TRADE Across town or across Canada in any of our 57 offices. Somewhere in Canada Royal Trust sells a home every 56 minutes. You've seen the familiar sign and you're going to see a lot more of it. We've grown to 57 Real Estate offices coast to coast in Canada. Let our friendly experienced sales staff handle all your real estate trans- actions whether buying or selling. Call Us Soon S0RoyalTrust REAL ESTATE SALES 740 4th Avenue S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-5516 ;