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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Weilnc-sclny, November 1970 iTrudeau Accuses Press ing Rumors irlTAWA (CP) Prime Mill- slci1 Tiudcmi accused ilic press of "spreading some more minors" abuiiL the Quebec rumors about, possible es- tablishment of n provisional government in Q u u b c c liad come li'om "persons highly I placed in Hie government" He was replying in the Com-! air. Trudeau snid press m ens lo T. C. Douglas, the New lias spreading some more leader, who (ir.metl rumors" imd Mr. Douglas was as saying Monday I repealing them. usinessmen kt ISRAELI PREMIER Affairs MinisVer Sharp greets Israel premier Golda Meir during one-day 1C Ottowa. dufing sniil Gavel Tmvels Firemen Get Raise GRANUM (HNS; Heccnlly! WINNIPEG (CP) tbe travelling .c a v e ivns peg city firemen have been hrouglil to the Gi'.uuuu OORP granted a 7.ri per cent pay in- Lodgc 2t by honored r u; n crease in a one-year contract. First class firemen receive RKIO r, month imdsr their Kitiil caiitracl. o BANTF (CP1 The way the The federal guvmimeiit sun shines on the 100 Mock of which owns alt properly in the lianff Avenue means .the prop-! town and rents if on long term erlv on the west side of the j leases called for reappraisal nveinu' is worth twice that on last year and adjustment of the cast side. rents to businesses and resi- st lc.ii! lhal was the way ap- dculs. praiser Edward Palmer of Van- j cooiivcr's Bell Irving Keallv ex- pbim'd the r-'isessiiient lo busi- ncssir.en during a land rental appeals hearing. The ii'est sides receives the morning sun when Ihe air is cooler and then has the shade Tfie appeal board began hear- ings into (he new rates last week and is expected to con- tinue for another two weeks. No decisions are expected until after all appeals are heard. the afternoon heat, hei Irtly Margaret Ruiz and aim women of the Barons lodge. A pot-luck supper was served PUFF PASTRIES Tun Puffy Poslfy. Try hfir elegant small pnMMF.'i Marge's regulai Jam Torls, Joo LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT Tlia; soff femin the moment can he yours at [iiHe cost, ll's oil ijane wills accessories. See the handmade dog-collars, caps and snoods IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE TllKY HOWLED Businessmen, who arc np- penling rental increases of be- tween -100 and fl.COO per cent, liou It'll. "Xmv we're being charged; for said one and an- tlher pointed out. (hat in (he M inter il was an advantage to have Hie afternoon sun. 'Hie situation means that an aging hotel on the west side hits ar. assessment twice, lhal. of a newly rebuilt one on (he (or difficult. You Kncd Pics a, look SAN DIEGO, Calif (AP) A NTixoii administration spokes- man says Ihe Kussians have re- moved .nil of their ceiuipment from Cienfiingns, a dcep-vvatei Mr. I'almci. a rtirednr olthe company uhich -made Ihe ap praisals for Ihe federal govern- ineiit, said sunlight was not a matter for consideration in the 200 block immediately to the north and properties on both sides of the avenue received equal assessment. Inul charged they were a submarine base. Herbert Klein, the president's o f communications j told a news conference 'nere j that the construction has halted after the admmisraion applied ''strong but quiet and the last 01 the equipment was pulled out durint, the week- end. "There is no question but that ihey tn'ed to build a submarine 5 Klein said. j He Siiid the Russians had built j baiT.-L-ks and brought in cranes, ;a submarine tender, a landing ship and a submarine rescue I .ship, but all have been re- i moved. Toe defence department an- nounced earlier that two Sovir-t ships, n submarine tender and salvage tug, left Cienfuegos on Cuba's southern coast and were in the open sea. The two vessels were part nf the evidence cited by the Pentagon in September when it said the Russians ap- peared to be building a stibmar- me support base at Cienfuegos. I CZECH WRITER DIES j ROJIE (AP) Johannes ]Ur- I zidil, 7-t. n Cxeelvborn writer I anc! a close Friend of novelist Franz Kafka, died of a stroke here Monday. Urzidil's best- knouTi works were his novels Typtich of Prague and i Great Halleluja Mr. Douglas snapped (hat Ihere is a' growing suspicion that Ihe rumor about u provi- sional government was spreai in a clumsy attempt lo explain Ihe Oct. 16 imposition o the H'ar Measures Ad. Mr. Douglas, who (lid nol identify the reporters lo whom he was referring, asked for as- surances that none of the slate- menls about a provisional gov- ernment had come from any of Mr. Trudenu's ministers. The prime minister said il is not bis way of proceeding have lo luiow fill the iion-seerel things his ministers may be saving. I'liBLIC CONCERNED Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield said (here is general public concern that more than 40fj persons have been picked up under (lie War Measures Act but nobody yet charged. He asked for a full accountint of where matters stand in (his regard. Mr. Trudeau said he would consider the request. He also said in reply (o An- other question by Mr. Stanfield that [lie government will ex- plain "the situation" during Commons debate Wednesday on the M! designed to replace (lie War Measures Act regulations. This bill would expire April 30, Wit, und Mr. Stanfield asked when permanent legisla- tion would be introduced to meet emergencies. Mr. Trudeau said flu's will await a period of "relative calm" after the cm-rent, "emo- titir and have passed. He said this legislation mil be "something stronger than the Criminal Code and something weaker than the War Measures Act." SUGGESTS COMPENSATION Martial Asseu'n voLf) asked whether tliere he financial compensation for persons wrongfully arrested under the act. Mr. Trudeau said this is a matter for the provincial gov- ernment, ivns responsible for any errors in the adminis- Iralion of justice. Mr. Asselin asked Mr. Tni- deau to make a statement to clear Ihe reputations of those arrested without cause. Mr. Trudeau said he lias al- ready done this and that it was not his duty lo do any more. Wallace Nesbill asked whether any or al] the persons wanted lor murder and kiflnappirg in the killing of Pierre Lapcrte and abduction of James Cross have fled the coun- try. He said Canada has appar- ently askod the 107 countries in Interpol lo look for the wanted men. Mr. Trudeau said he has no information that these persons have left the country. It was a noriral police precaution to communicate with Inlerpol. J. Patrick Nowlan An- napolis Valley) asked whether the Canadian Radio and Televi- sion Commission has asked four radio stations to deliver to the commission 12 days of tapes covering the kidnap period. Mr. Trudeau said this was wsslblc and he would seek in- "ormalion on it. JM> Help Offered Retain Press i TOROis'TO (CP) The On- old publishing firm-one of the i tario government made no di-j last three Canadian-owned puh- reel offer to help the United j lishers of lext ac- Church of Canada retain flyer- [quired an accumulated total of son Press, a church official said about Sin million in loans fniiM j Tuesday. j the church and banks to con- I Hev. C. Brishin issued a i 'Is operations. j j siau-mcnl in reply to commc.iis He said "we tried and failed j made in the Ontario legislature l lo find a Canadian buyer at a j Monday night by Stanley Kan- price anywhere near the agree- j ppjui. j-eacinid McGraw- Hill." LEAVE ALL YOUR FILMS WITH US FOR QUALITY PHOTOFINISHING Plus THE NEW 3 PRINT SERVICE FOR INSTAMATIC KODACOLOR FILMS Efficient Service i SATISFACTION Finest duality Prints! GUARANTEED! One- TiH'vjciy r, in to 6 n.ri 9 n ni lo 1 [intl Fritifiy 9 u.m. lo 9 p.'m Sciturdny 9 u.rii. lo 6 :i.m. Alherla Girl In Ceremony trade and development minister, in relation lo the sale of Ryerson (o United Sfates- i owned McGraw-Hill Canada I Lid. Mr. Randall told the house lie had asked ftyerson to present 1 financial statements lo the gov- frnmcnt which would then con- side] whether any provincial help was available, bill Hvcrson I did oni respond. ,nl ICF V" n "ho lost. Ivo of three air-1 Or. sm-elary of (lie Hmrcli s comiiumicalions divi- War_ (hm sion. saitl in IBS slatcinenl; participate n Remembrance flic United Cliurcb rlid r.ul, Day ceremonies here this year.! receive any direct offer of help Jiavy Mcech of North Sydney.! from (lie Ontario government.'N.S.. 'will represent Canadian i prior lo Monday's announce- i molhcrhoood. I mcirt D( Ihe salt- of liycrson Klachnik of Pi'vim. still has not re-; Linda Stewart of ccivcd such an o f f c r v c n i toon and Rojcanne of I hough government officials j Mnissoncllc, N.Q., winners oS fiave been aivare of I Cauadian i ilio prnhlcin.1- of C'.iuarlirin loxl national essay ronlesl on re- Imoli publishers Ibc past' mcmtirance, vill jnin thp otfi- j srvoi'.'fi years. j parly in wreaths ai "In any, a knv-intcrest the National Official ealhs Mill be placed i [ifivernmi'iil liKin would not have (lie of It.x-crson by Pro'-. Tin! ri-asdii for selling Minislrr Trudoaii. lien. F. II. liv 3-, In rill of Sharp, chief of tlu! defence .-ilnij'K'llin-. ami nol .siib.sli- slaff. and .iiidgo Ilcrlmnud lull' one Irian for j liochc, legion national Brishin said Ihe MO-year- 1 dent. FINAL 3 DAYS OF WOOLCO'S GIGANTIC SUIT SALE TAILORED IN PURE WOOL BY A LEADING CANADIAN MAKER! Fall Into slyle wirh this handsomely lailored suit. It offers Ihe perfect com- binolion of impeccable good looks and com for I, Check Ihis exceplional collec- lion of pure wool sufis tailored by a leading Canadian maker. Chooie