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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta mi Ltinftnlbbt MLAlUD fndoy, 12, campaign costs bill TOKOXTU (Cf'i rriiiH! luld n public iiuvliiiR at an lawa that the bill is cvpcdcd to Mir.'isliT Trudr-au said Thursday cost-end high school cm the fii.a Ire introduced Tuesday day of a two-clay visit to south- ern Ontario. night Ihe government will intro- duce a bill shortly limiting cam- paign expenditures and requir-1 Asked if the bill will hp state to pay at least I passed before the next federal part of the bill of election election, expected this year, Mr. The bill was approved by the cabinet Thursday morning, ho Trudeau replied "that depends when the election will be." It was announced later in 01- OH TO BE A CELEBRITY Prime Minister Trudeau and the Ottawa Tulip Festival Queen Judy Reinor wore big hits on Parliament Hil] Thursday. While coming out of the building, they were met by school children visiting for a day. The tame kids who surrounded the prime minister caught sight of the tulip queen and immediately mobbed her for autographs and handshakes. (CP Wirephoto) Rose jury unable ven At Hie Toronlo meeting and at an aflernoon session wilh slu- denls at a suburban high school, Ihe piime minister also said: is convinced that Ihe United States, Russia and China do not want "escalation" of tho Vietnam crisis inlo a Ihird world war; is opposed lo a public inquiry on the planned interna- tional airport at Pickering, Ont., just east of Toronlo; government's new for- eign ownership policy deals with Ihe "most urgent aspect" of the takeovers of Canadian companies. GIVES BACKGROUND The campaign expenses bill Is based on recommendations of a 1366 investigation by Montreal lawyer Alphonse Barbeau and a special Commons committee headed by Hyliard Chappell, Liberal member for Peel South, that reported last fall. Mr. Ti-udeau said the legisla- tion could not be introduced last fall because of the amount of time taken up in the Commons by discussion on the tax-reform bill. Ollawa officials said the bill would set up a system of exam- ining expenditures and report- ing on them and also require candidates to part source of funds used to promote their election. When questioned on United States' policy on Vietnam al Ihe night meeting, the prime minis- ter said: "Don't give me. hell." "In an election year If anyone is going to influence President Nixon it will be the American voter, not me.'1 Mr. Trudeau said thai when CIRCLE OF TEARS After word was received Thursday aflernoon that the last bodies were found in the Sunshine silver mine, Kellogg, Idaho, small groups of (earful families huddled around and left area. The final toll In the fiery May 2 disaster was 91. A Bl- cyclo S.nfcly Rally .sponsored by the costs of education fromjlho. Coaldalc KmcJlps, the A] properly tax, wilh the province' hrrl.-i Motor Association mid pickini; up Ihc major share of I the Coaldale Police department pxiM'nditiires through general will be held from 9 a.m. to revenues. j nnon, Saturday at the 1U.Baker Klomcnlnry did iccondnry I School grounds. MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL INTRODUCING THE NEW Reg. 45c Mother geti one FREE whan she comei in with the family EXAMPLE: FAMILY OF 4 BUY 3 MOTHER'S IS FREE DIESEL TRACTOR WITH CAB AND NEW IDEA FRONT END LOADER WHAT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Irrigation and Farm Equipment Div. Coulls Highway, Lelhbridga Phone 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA 722 23rd Si. N. Phono 320-4858 All highways In Ihc Lelh- I bridge district are bare and dry. 1 Highway I Trana Canada Highway, bare and dry. There nre 75 per cent Inadlng restrictions on the lollowlng highways: r'-'lT'.iv f, f-.-m i'. r'l'-'S -r-l r.tr '-i v I lo 1'Y- r I. I n''5 i r i c'' I'OKTS (IF nN'.'IIY (Opmlng and Coulla 21 hours: Carwny 7 a.m. In II) p.m.: TM lioniia !l a m. lo f> p.m.; llonscvillr, (1 a m. In S p.m.: K'inpvpalo, 24 hours; roilhill liykcrls It a.m. lo midnight. Chief Mountain closed. VVUdhor.se, a a.m. lo 5 p.m. south of l-'nmnosl lo Manyber- rics. Highway 62, from Magralh lo Del Honila. Highway ,1. from Grassy f.alcc: to Medicine Hat. Secondary road 505 from Highway 2 lo (lie Belly River rear G'c-woorl. .v rr t f .nM1 r c' I 10 ;