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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta iw i i nnniwvB Dief at it again OTTAWA Prime Minister frudeau and former Prime Minister Diefenbaker arc Mck in the Parliamentary ring again in yet another political punchup about the Monarchy. Dief opened the action with in observation of hat all the Prime Minister tad neglected ta bring hi a luuse of Commons motion of tongratulation to Princess Inne. The Prime Minister sharply countered that behalf of be had sent best wishes and a gift to the Princess for her wedding day. Then he suggested that if Dief wanted to up on what's going he had the chance now to move such a motion himself. Back came Dief with the re- mark that the Prime Minister had got to the point now of thinking that cabinet is The replied the Prime .had been kinds of motion andlfthelr heart was when their mouth they would hive come up with their own resolution of congratulations to the Princess. Then up went a in the triumph of shafting the Prime from a Conservative House Leader Tom Bell who above the din of the Commons snooted that if Mr. Trudeau royalty so was he up at five o'clock in the morning to watch the wedding onTVf Three Feathers The light fantastic. Only Three Feathers blends the taste of a four year old whisky with the mellow smoothness of an eight year old. For a light price. Sip the light fantastic. THREE fEATHERs rp T- K. Jr Your assurors of quality If the Prime Minister an- the reply was lost in collective roar of laughter from both sides of the Com- mons. Then on came Manitoba Conservative MP Walter Din- a veteran of the Diefen- baker cabinet to needle the Prime Minister on his ex- change the other day with Dief over fellowships in the Royal Society. The PM had twitted Dief that while he was a fellow of the Right Honorable Member for Prince Albert is It turned to the Prime Minister's that Dief had been a fellow for 14 years. So Walter Dinsdale wanted to know why the Prime Minister's fellowship and his recent visits with the the government still was tinuing removal of royal sym- bols in Mr. Speaker Lamoureux silenced Walter ruling him out of order. But moments in the Opposition and out from under the Speaker's Mr. Dinsdale was far from silent. While the Prime Minister had been posturing all this year as a great he the government had been talcing down portraits of the Queen from the walls of Post Offices and other federal buildings. A new of was sweeping in through the claimed Mr. against the Prime Minister's destruction of our royal symbols and He hoped that public opinion would compel the Prime Minister to his as he had done last year when the reaction was hostile to the renaming of the RCMP as plain by the removal of the from the insignia. His complained Walter had been on the Commons Order Paper since June and there still was no answer from reluctant Prime But Mr. Trudeau came through with other answers to questions Conservatives long have been asking about the government's receptions last summer for the Queen. AT THEIR NEW ADDRESS OF 323 5th St. Nov. 15th and Nov. 16th COME IN AND SEE THE FABULOUS ELNA. ELNA'S SEWING MISS ERJKA ROHNER of Switzerland will be in the store Thursday and Friday to demonstrate this fabulous Elna. GRAND OPENING BONUS OFF Whites Cabinets Fabrics After the vote Democratic Sens.. Henry of Washington and Mike Gravel of Alaska check over some material Tuesday on Capitol Hill after the Senate voted passage of the Alaska pipeline bill and sent it to President Nixon. Both men backed the bill. Troops clean out stalls By KEVIN DOYLE CAIRO Cpl. Danny McLean finished cleaning his last horse stall of the propped his shovel against a rickety wiped sweat from his forehead and grinned. a new one on said the native. really been trained in this you was among a party of Canadian peacekeep- ing troops detailed to Arab summit meeting set CAIRO Presi- dent Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Syrian President Hafez Assad have called an Arab summit meeting in Algiers on Nov. 26 to deal with the Mid- dle East crisis. An Arab League spokes- announcing the meet- ing here said foreign ministers of IB Arab states will meet two days earlier to prepare for the sum- mit. rows of unused stalls lin- ing a racetrack on the northern edge of Cairo where they have set up head- quarters. I tell you what I think of this you might print you couldn't print added McLean. let's just call it regular support activity by the Canadian By early about 300 Canadians were billeted with the rest of the United Nations garrison in tents beside Cham's Raceway. Another 160 men-are expected. Although the Canadians still have no clear instruction about their assign- ment primarily one of providing communications fa- cilities and possibly transport for the peacekeeping force- there is little rest to be had while they wait at Chams. TACKLE OTHER CHORES Apart from the horse there are washrooms to be cleaned and repaired and medical facilities and ad- ministrative offices to be built. things sound pretty boring to said Ma- jor John Leech of Ont. begins to look as if we have a complex about stalls and but give us a chance to get organized.'' the time being we just have to content ourselves with getting the headquarters into some kind of said Ma- jor Paul Wehrle of Kingston. Both Leech and Wehrle are hopeful some of the troops will be deployed towards the ceasefire lines around the Suez canal before the end of the week. quite a psy- chological letdown for the men when they said they have this tremendous build-up before they leave Canada and they get here ready to let it straight to the canal only to find they have to settle down in a tent in Ottawa eyes Bowden OTTAWA The government has approved penitentiary Solicitor -General Warren Allmand said yesterday. Replying to John Diefett- baker Mr. Allmand said a staff shor- tage has resulted froth an increase In prison populations In the West Mr. Diefenbaker had asked in the Commons whether .more staff will be made available at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary in Prince Albert after a recent disturbance there. Mr. Allmand also said the government is negotiating with Alberta over turning the Bowden Correctional Institute near Red Deer into a peniten- tiary and with the B.C. government over facilities at Mission. If these expan- sions of the penitentiary system would eliminate described by Mr. Diefenbaker as an cipiently dangerous Half-hearted attitude criticized EDMONTON The federal government was ac- cused yesterday by the Hudson Bay Route Associa- tion of having a half-hearted attitude toward development of the northern Manitoba port of Churchill. Restating a long-standing association presi- dent W. A. Richford said Ot- tawa is not concerned about increasing use of the which cuts several thousands miles off the distance to Euro- pean markets from the prairies. tardiness of the national harbors board in do- ing even necessary maintenance and im- provements at Churchill made some people wonder as to whether Churchill was to be phased out or operated at the lowest possible he told the -annual convention of the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Coun- ties. Here Are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 2-Mitchell 4-Leon 5-C PART 5-a PART 5-d PICTURE Donald Macdonald PHONE 327-8877 or 327-8818 THE LETHBRIDGE FOUNDATION UNDER AN ACT OF THE PROVIDE OF TO APRIL 18th P.O. BOX 1001 ALBERTA T1J 4A2 THERE IS A SPECIAL SATISFACTION IN BEING ABLE TO HELP SUBSTANTIALLY A WIDE VARIETY OF WORTHY CAUSES THE LETHBRIDGE FOUNDATION Is Community Trust lor the purpose of establishing a body to receive and administer and DONATIONS tor CHARITABLE and EDUCAT- IONAL btMfit of the Inhabitants of Lothbrldgt and surrounding area. To achieve this FOUNDATION appeals to the 1. INDIVIDUALS OR GROUPS who wish to make donations or endowments during the course of their either donations to be disbursed or endow- ments to be held by the Foundation with the income there-from to be disbursed currently. Donors or endowers have the alternatives of designating the beneficiaries of their or of giving the FOUNDATION the right to designate beneficiaries. 2. MAKERS OF who wish to make bequests to the FOUNDATION. Sequesters may designate the or give the FOUNDATION the right of designa- tion. 3. to facilitate the release of funds tied up so through the they can be put to useful community purposes. THE LETHBRIDGE FOUNDATION is administered by a Board of serving without enumeration and a committee of nominators composed the mayor of the city of the Senior resident in Lethbridge and District Trades and Labor Council. Further'information about the FOUNDATION may be obtained by telephoning the F. J Morgan QC at 327-8525 or the Mrs. G. W. Macleod at 327-4921 or or by writing to THE LETHBRIDGE FOUNDATION at the above address. COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEETS AS AT 30th 1973 and 1972 STATEMENT of INCOME and SURPLUS for the FISCAL YEARS ENDING APRIL 30 1973 and 1972 ASSETS 1973 Cash on Deposit t9.596.OS TRUSTS Balance at beginning of Receipts 8550.51 Disbursements ADMINISTRATIVE FUND Balance of beginning of year Receipts _.____ 269.43 Disbursements 140.00 1972 J4.4S3.46 6.099.10 7.194.98 2DSLSSL 411.34 141.91 269.49 RECEIPTS endorsements and donations Interest earned on savings account DISBURSEMENTS Donations Administrative costs Excess of Receipts over Disbursements 1973 120.29 1972 141.91 are oontfeneedfrom MM Audited Annual McNAI A CO. KATHRYN MACLEOD THE LETHBRIDQE FOUNDATION ;