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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 17, 197! THE UTHBRIDOE HERALD 21 f tf f Tom Burgess, leader of said. "Tnideau is Ihe New Labrador Party, denied St. John's that he asked trial promoter Jolin C. Doyle for during Uie campaign for the Oct. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson warned Americans to beware of a formation "a new coalition of isolation- Mr. Burgess, who was liberals as w c 1 1 as con- in Labrador West, said who he said want to a telephone interview the U.S. role in the Goose Bay, Nfld., he had we fall into isolationism, will find that we are the who are Johnson "We cannot afford to re- the tragic mistakes of tlie 'P tft gave his warning in a at a lecture in New York I Graduate School of i Mitchell, outspoken of the U.S. Attorney-Gen- said in Washington she infuriated by a Scottish criticism of her for not to the Queen. v Mitchell said she had i- jiiii v e what she called a ter- disagreeable letter from r Earl of Lindsay, a 70-year- r- Scottish nobleman, denoun- her for her failure to to the Queen at a Buck- f f Palace garden party. Mitchell, who said she always wanted to meet a and especially the Queen England, said she did not TOM because custom did not Denies it of someone who was a British subject. Javelin Forest Products Ltd., Doyle subsidiary', for Philip says crazy hu- funds but mentioned no nature is reasserting it- Mr. Doyle, a long time with the world forgetting ciate of Premier Joseph lessons of events leading to wood's Liberal governm c n t Second World War. industrial development at a Canada Club said in a statement Mr. in London the Queen's gess had stated "his need said il is somewhat ir- desire" to get up to "that the longer the so- Mr. Doyle said Javelin peace the more him and international bick- goes on." war seemed to have the Pierre Truricaii is the of uniting people sup- dangerous prime minister in the pose in self defence. Now history of Canada, says E r i k I the outside threat to peace Nielsen, Conservative MP is not so obvious, peo- groups and communilies He told the Vancouver safe to indulge in every of Trade that. Prime of activity in the name of Trudeau is eroding the and independence." of Parliament and, given he recalled nostalgically other term of office, will roval tours in Canada garnered so much power to P .h i 1 i p suggested that himself that parliament will be world has forgotten the of the last war itself ,but "The House of Commons the events which led up to no longer the war." University play attracts EDMONTON (CP) With a Canadian play for the season's opener, the University of Alber- ta's Studio Theatre opened to gocd reviews and sell-out houses. George Ryga's The Ecstacy of Rita Joe, his best-known play. played to a total of 3.100 per- sons during its 10-nigM run. "By the Monday following opening night, all the remaining tickets were sold and we turned away dozens of said Tom Peacock, drama depart- ment head. The Edmonton Journal's critic, Barry Westgatc, praised the performances of the student actors, most of them in their fourth year of drama studies. During preparation for the play director Frank Bueckert had his cast do research by vis- iting reserves and local Indian meeting places in Ihe cily and by talking to Indian representa- tives. "The basic character of tlie play reflects Ryga's early Al- berta and interior British Col- u m b i a Prof. Bueckert said. "When it was produced in Vancouver, they had Vancouver and Uie West Coast Indians in mind. "But the play is equally at home in any Canadian city today." Prof. Bueckert, who teaches acting in the department, said the play had made a great im- pression on the actors and had offered Ulem new insights into the role the Indian is forced to play in society today. "Our hope is that we Rill have opened the eyes of some- one in the audience to Rygfl's message to the point where they are willing to listen and under- stand." Antique dealers gathering for Eaton Hall auction TORONTO (CPi Antique dealers from Canada, the United States and Britain are gathering in Toronto I his week for an eight-day auclion of furnishings from K.ilnn Hall, the sumptuous estate of the late Sir John Craig Eaton. Tlie tWate, in King Township north of To- ronto, now is the property of Scnaca College, which plans tx) use the property for its Kin" City campus early next year. Sir John commissioned con struct ion of (lie chateau shortly before bis death in 1922 and il iras built during the IMOs, His wife Lady Eaton, resided there until her death 'r> -inly, HIVO. m the age of ni. The 70-room chateau was also used as a summer home in recent years by members of the Eaton family, which owns the. Raton's department stores. Auctioning of llio furnish- ings begins Wednesday at the Ward-Price galleries in down- town Toronto. Hichnrd Hmwne, vice -presi- dent of Ward-Price, has spent year cataloguing Uie fur- nishings from Eaton Hall and rales it one. of the finest collections in North America. I1IICS Walter Morlcy Asrllinn, former leader of the Senate nnd Privy Coun- cil nirmhrr, died in hospital at llosclown, Sask. He was KG. I Yurfco clarifies Albertans being softened up pop bottle edict for resources EDMONTON' HJPi Non- reusable soft drink containers will be allowed in Alberta after Dec. 31, 11172, provided they are returnable. Environment Min- ister Bill Yurko announced here. The minister issued a pre- pared statement clarifying an earlier release which left thfi impression that only reusable containers would be permitted alter a one-year period of grace starting Jan. 1. The Oiie-ycar period of grace is designed to permit the soft- drink industry to take contain- ers marked "non-refundable" out of circulation, he said. NEUKOSIS COMMON About Singaporeans are neurotic and a further suf- fer from psychosis and are under medical care, a promi- nent Singapore psychiatrist says. EDMONTON' fCP> lioli Russell, Alberta Liberal party leader, said today Premier Peter Lr.ugheed may be "soft- ening up" Alhci'Lans for a pos- sible resource sellout. Mr. Russell said in a pre- pared .statement: "The present campaign of Premier to expand' the sale of natural gas to the j United States and the premier's oppos i t i o n to any type of screening of foreign corpora- tions sounds too much like an at'.empl tn soften up Albcrlans for an all-lime sellout." Mr. Russell called for an in- dependent study and inventory Kidnap victim freed PALERMO, Sicily (API Tlie son of a Sicilian building magnate kidnapped five monlhs ago was released last night on the outskirts of Palermo, police said. Giuseppe Vassallo was abducted last June as he left a Palermo bar. of primary natural resources in Alberta en a regional basis. lie. also asked fur some form of .screening of fnreign invest-j ment in the province Liberals also want an exam- ination ol international utiH'jps in Alberta, he said, adding that I'.S. eoiu'lomcTat! Alberta's major pas utilities' and a look should be taken a: their operations, reserves and profits The Liberal leader said Pre-: rr.ier Loughoed is correct when lie describes the resource strug- gle takinj! place as "a poker paim.1" but ucnt on to accuse the premier of being a spokes- man Americans who, he said. financially backed tbe in the Ausi election. Mr. RuyseH's Liberal party [aiied to v. in anv -seats in the IIOl'.VUKf) BV SKA Asia is bounded by tlie ocean n ail e.vecp! Ihe Does this Mother-; a great Christmas gift? JAMIE was born in January. His birthstone is red Garnet. Here is a gift that will be Mother's and Grandmother's most precious possession. 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