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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Trudeau attacks network By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau attacked the French network of the Cana- dian Broadcasting Corpora- tion again Thursday and told the Commons be plans to forward a personal protest to President Laurent Picard of the CBC over the ig- of its cqm- mentators and reporters.' It is not the first time Mr. Trudeau has outspokenly criti- cized broadcasts and com- mentaries carried on the French network. The network has come under criticism in the Commons and outside the House for allegedly promoting the interests of the separatists in Quebec. Replying to criticism of the CBC voiced Thursday by Social Credit Leader Real Caouette the prime minister am certainly .going to make certain that the com- ment is brought to the atten- tion of the president of the corporation. And I won't fail to tell him that I share fully the opinion of the member that many people in the employ of that corporation do their work very they aren't guilty of crass Mr. Caouette is also a fre- quent critic of the French network of the CBC. He rose to protest in the House that an item carried on the network Wednesday had reported that the members of Parliament voted themselves a a month supplement free of tax- es. The Social Credit member protested that the commen- tator had failed to make it clear that the item was to pay the costs of a secretary and of- fice in each MP's constituen- cy. November 1t7l ll LBTHM1DOI HIMAID 1 Minister won't reverse firing OTTAWA Urtma Attain poraUoa for leaking _ Raa Baaford said hdeatUT proposals on native that ka would not housing to the Native Council try to reverse the Bring of t of Canada. policy planning senior civil servant in Central the minister dismissed for dl to that Walter executive director of the was cloata to the Mortgage and Housing Cor- through whom CMHC reports Native Council loatag to the confidential cabinet propoaahi for a policy on conitruction of native housing. Rudnicki had been anthoriied only to with the council on the he said. Walks to court Rose Mary President Nixon's personal walks between a group of newsmen on her way to U.S. District Court in Washington Thursday. She told the court that it took nearly a working off and to type a rough transcript of seven conversations between President Nixon and Watergate figures. Beer bottle battle brews after government ban EDMONTON The Alberta government believes selling soft drinks in beer bottles is a subtle form of influencing the Solicitor-General Helen Hunley said Thursday. Miss Hunley said the provin- cial government agreed to ban the use of beer bottles as con- tainers for soft drinks because they would find it objec- GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge.......2 -3 .02 Pincher Creek 5 1 .03 Medicine Hat -1 -9 .01 Edmonton 7 4 Grande Prairie 4 -5 .06 Banff 23 2 .01 Calgary......... 2 -8 .01 Victoria 42 37 08 Penticton....... 42 37 .30 Prince George 14 2 .02 Kamloops.....29 24 .02 Vancouver...... 43 38 Saskatoon..... 10 -8 Regina 6-10 Winnipeg .18 2 Toronto .......47 25 Ottawa......... 44 22 .10 Montreal 44 24 .09 Halifax..... 45 40 .13 Charlottetown 42 35 .10 Fredencton..... 40 29 .09 Chicago 45 21 New York 52 41 Miami...... 78 74 Los Angeles..... 73 58 Las Vegas...... 76 47 Phoenix 87 So Athens.....68 54 Rome........61 48 Paris........... S7 45 London......... 59 52 Berlin.......... 55 37 Amsterdam..... 57 46 Moscow 34 30 Stockholm...... 54 48 Lethbridge-Medicine Hat Lignt snow today. Highs near 15 Lows near 10. Saturday Sunny periods. Winds SW 15- 20. Highs 30-35. Calgary Cloudy with light snow and brisk southeast winds today and Saturday Highs today 10-15 above Lows near five above. Highs Satur- day 20-25. Columbia Kootenay Region Today and Over- cast with periods of snow with falls of up to 6 inches except heavier falls in the mountain passes. Highs today 25 to 30 except near 35 in the west Kootenays. Lows tonight 20 to 15 Highs Saturday lower and mid-30s MONTANA East of Continental Divide Warming trend. Variable cloudiness today and Satur- day. Chance of few areas of freezing rain east portion today. Highs today 25 to 35. Lows tonight 20s. Highs Satur- day 40s. West of Continental Divide Warming Rain or snow at times today and Saturday with heavy snow over northern mountains. Highs today 40s. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Saturday 45 to 55 tionable if all breweries in the province followed the prac- tice. She was commenting upon a statement Wednesday by Ben a millionaire that he would ask the province to take over his Red Deer brewery at cost. Uncle Ben's Brewery Ltd. was ready for production 13 months ago but has turned out nothing stronger than ginger ale because of a series of troubles capped by a call by the Alberta Federation of Labor Allen 1 director of WICKES TER-RAIN MASTER The Natural Wiyto IRRIGATE Like MINI See These Now GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coultt Highway-Box 1202 Phono 321-1141 EDMONTON T. M. Allen of Alta. was elected a director of United Gram Growers Ltd. defeating L F. Snyder of Alta who sought re- election as an Alberta direc- tor. Mr. who operates an grain and livestock is one of the youngest directors elected during the 67-year history of the firm which is owned by farmers in Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia. D L. Trapp of Sam Sych of Brown- and H. M. Dickson Jr. of won re- election successfully to three- terms. Delegates also decided to hold the 1974 annual meeting at Winnipeg next November. MOST EXPENSIVE The most expensive of all sports js the racing of large usually beyond the means of individual million- aires. for a boycott of the brewery's products. Mr. Ginter said his invest- ment in Red Deer is about million. The plant is in line for a provincial incentive grant when it begins beer production. After his initial suggestion that the government take over the Mr. Ginter said Thursday he will not close the plant until he has talked to Miss Hunley. He said the Alberta government should have had the courtesy to in- form him of the decision. He also said the Alberta Brewers' Agents representing Labatt's and sent a letter Oct. 19 asking Miss Hunley to remove soft drinks sold in beer bottles. Miss Hunley saaid no sub- missions were received from other breweries but that private citizens had complain- ed about their children drink- ing out of what appeared to be beer containers. Winnipeg observes centennial WINNIPEG Horse- drawn buggies and period costumes gave a touch of authenticity to a flash-back ceremony marking the city's centennial.. City weanng high- top felt bright vests and presented a dash of color on the windy and clear afternoon. They rode in ox-carts and horse-drawn buggies behind a mounted escort of RCMP dressed in costumes depicting the days of the North West Mounted forerunner of the present-day force. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified DmM Mechanic Capitol Furniture BKJg. PHONE. 32S-7M4 Highway 1 reported bare ind dry. Widening of one mile Jon of Highway No. 3 east of MAZDA ROTARY Not just the same old thing in a different wrapping. The choice is yours. Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways art in good driving condition WTS OF ENTRY and Closing Camay 9 i.m. to 6 Chief Mountain CoutU 24 Del tonita a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Poithlll-Rykerts 8 i.m. to Wild Hone 8 a.m. to Rooaeville 8 a.m. o midnight. Logan Pass closed. 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