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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IN MEMORIAMS LARTER In loving memory of my dear son who passed away November 1971. remembered by mother 4004 LARTER In lovin memory of a dear husbai and Stanley who passed away November Gone are the days we used Jo But in our hearts you are always The gates of memory will never We miss you more than anyone knows. Ever loved and remembered by your wife daughter son Marland and Marilyn. 4005 CARDS OF THANKS MULLIN We wish to ex- tend our thanks to those who expressed their to the doctors of the Haig Clinic and to the 'staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kindness to and care of our late daughter Jeraldine. Mullin family 4047 ALLENDORF The fami- ly of Adolph Allendorf are sincerely grateful to the relatives and friends who helped us so during the illness and funeral of our both here and in Victoria. Special thanks to the Doctors and nursing staff of Picture Butte Hospital. H. Jones Carl Allendorf 4024 Overseas market hurt by delays By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Delays and holdups in the movement of wheat off the farms to Canada's ports are ing Canada's overseas opposition mem- bers warned in the commons Tuesday. Otto minister in charge of the Wheat said the Board does not expect during the course of this year to export as much grain as last year. He said the two major rail- ways have discussed with the Wheat Board and the govern- ment the number of cars they can allocate to the movement of grain. have been carefully watching their adherence to that commitment. It is a matter of concern but so is the movement of all products of Canada because of the boom- ing Mr. Lang said. The government should be demanding a from the Canadian National Railways ajid CP Rail to move the grain so that they can catch up on the bushel shortfall which now exists in tran- sporting the A. P. Cleave told the house. Jack Murta tried to move that the standing commons committee on agriculture take up the problem of slow deliveries of wheat with the railways. However he could not get the required unanimous consent of the commons. The opposition members pointed out that a year ago the federal government' purchas- ed about 2.000 hopper cars to be put into railway service to help move wheat. They said at that time the two railroads had given a guarantee that they would maintain their usual number of boxcars and keep them in service to move grain. have failed to live up to that charg- ed Mr. Gleave. Mr. Lang agreed that a spe- cific understanding given by the railways at the time the government ordered hopper cars for the movement of was that the railways would not speed up the removal of equipment from its rolling stock. The minister said this ques- tion was being discussed with the railways. He said the Wheat Board and government has been drawing to their attention that they have a firm commitment to the movement of grain. recognize this and are trying to meet it with the cars while at the same time trying to move in an adequate fashion unusually large amounts of potash in hopper cars normally available to large quan- tities of lumber and almost every product you could men- said Mr. Lang. President told to clean house HARAGA We extend our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to our many and for the floral and calls of sympathy and food received during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to the Hunt Clinic and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital. Z. Haraga and fami- ly 4049 WAGNER The family of the late John Wagner of Warner wish to express our sincere gratitude to the many friends and relatives for your floral letters and cards of per- sonal visits and telephone calls during our recent bereavement. We extend a special thanks to the Rev. F. Lee and Mr. Whitely organist and all of John's friends who served as pallbearers. All kindnesses were appreciated and will always be remembered. Wagner and family. 4002 WASHINGTON -Fif- teen Republican senators have lectured President Nixon on ways to cleanse his ad- ministration of the Watergate scandals. Their advice ranged from universal pleas for complete disclosure to which Nixon that he resign or submit himself voluntarily to the impeach- ment process. In two hours of free- wheeling conversation Tues- day the president promised to make full dis- closure of all facts bearing on the Watergate controversy and other scandals that have besieged his administration Senator Howard Baker of vice-chairman of the Senate Watergate com- said Nixon did not res- pond to his request that the president meet with the com- mittee in a private but on-the- record question-and-answer session Other senators said Nixon's responses were candid and thoughtful. Baker said. never witnessed a more frank presidential conversa- Senator after senator said they stressed the need for dis- closure if the administration is to regain some of the credibility they said has been lost in recent weeks over such issues as missing or non- existent tape recordings of presidential conversations about Watergate. in the on full dis- said Senate Republi- can leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania. All Republican senators have been invited to meet with Nixon to offer advice and to ask questions. Senator Dewey Bartlett of Oklahoma said Nixon appeared to be ready to make full disclosure all the accusations that have been made against After the Senator Edward Brooke told reporters nothing was said to change his opinion that Nixon had been so badly hurt by Watergate that he should resign. Brooke said he raised the possibility of resignation with the president and that Nixon had told him he will not take that step Earl Nightingale Communications Presents a Leland Val Van De Wall SUCCESS SEMINAR Alberta NOVEMBER 17th and 1973 Mezzanine Floor EXHIBITION PAVILION 3401 6th Leland Val Van De Wall President Succeee Seminar Ltd. President Earl Nightingale of Canada PROGRAM SESSION The Beginning of New Wealth for You and Your Business. SESSION How to Solve Your Problems and Create the Changes You Desire. SESSION How to Determine Where You are Going and Guarantee Yourself to Reach Your Goal. How to Absolutely Guarantee Your Success. For further Information i Erwin and Dorothy Dyck Johnny Martens John and Linda Buhler Omer and Verdella Lalonde 328-3140 345-3933 345-4882 327-0129 November U73 THE HTHiBIDOI HMACD-M Law could be abused By STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA The Com- mons justice committee finished detailed study of the government's wiretap legisla- tion Tuesday despite concern that it gives a solicitor- general the power to wiretap for political purposes. The amended which outlaws most wiretapp- ing and restricts bugging by now goes back to the Commons for third and fina' reading. Under the both the solicitor-general of Canada and provincial attorneys- general must seek permission from a judge for most wiretapping. But under one sub- ject of a clarifying amend- ment the solicitor- general can authorize it by himself. This could come if he is satisfied by evidence given un- der oath that the action is necessary the prevention or detection of subversive ac- tivity directed against Canada or detrimental to the security of Canada or is necessary for the purpose of gathering foreign intelligence informa- tion essential to the security of The amendment gives several definitions of subver- sive or sabotage foreign intelligence activities and activities of foreign powers or terrorist groups. Sears The items which appeared in The Lethbridoe Herald Tuesday. November 13. on Page 28 should have read as follows Sears-OPedic 'Supreme'. For those who want the best. FOUfOjlfl Thumbs up A member of trie signallers leaving Saturday gives the thumbs up sign as he and others board the aircraft. 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