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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -.Wtrfnesdor, Novltnfair M, THE LETHMIDGE HEKALD 21 For the sixlli lime since Con federation, a father and son have been sworn in to sit si- multaneously as members of the House of Commons. Social Credit Leader Real Caouelle and his son Gillcs members from the Quebec rid- ings of Temiscamingue and Charlevoix, respectively, were REAL CAOUETTE SOD joins him sworn In Tuesday and will sit together in the next session he- ginning Jan. 4. Alter four unsuccessful bids for a Commons Gilles, 32, beat his Liberal opponent, Jean- Guy Alain, by 159 votes in the Oct. 30 election. The last time a father and son sat together In Parliament was after the 1957 general elec- tion when former Liberal prime minister Louis St. Laurent, was joined by his son Jean Paul who won in the former riding of Riviere du Loup Temis- couata for the party led by his father. A woman was elected presi- dent of the Young Men's Christian Association, be- b'eved the first woman to hold the office in Canada. She is Mrs. Norman Jarvie mother of two, who had been vice-president. She was unop posed for the presidency. The YMCA branch has sev eral woman members. t Barbara Millgalc, who livi in an iron lung, gave birth to a baby girl in Australia. Doctors attending Mrs. Mill gate, 31, at the country town o Peak HiUs, about 250 miles west of Sydney, said the deliv ery was normal and both moth er and child were resting com fortably. Mrs. Millgate has been al most totally confined to the iron lung in her home since polio left her paralysed from the neck down 11 years ago. Charlotte Wliillon is gone from Ottawa City Hall after 20 years as alderman, controller and mayor but her name lin gers. Ottawa Council unanimously approved a proposal to name the council chamber Whitton Hall. Miss Whitton is in hospi tal recovering from a broken hip. She will not seek re-elec tion to her aldermanic seat, n- External Affairs Minister in Ottawa Mitchell Sharp said he disagrees with former prime minister John Diefenbaker in his assessment of Britain's pro- posed new immigration laws Mr. said in Lpn don that the new laws, which would give some Europeans easier access to Britain than to immigrants from Common- wealth countries, would encour- age those in Canada "who are always looking for an excuse Lo bring about separation in the Commonwealth." Mr. Sharp told reporters he disagreed with Mr. Diefenbak- pr. But he would not comment [urther on the proposed laws, "The U.K. has not comment- ed to us on our immigration aws and I don't intend to com- ment on theirs." Diefenbaker., 77, loses no zest for politics By CY FOX LONDON (CP) John Die- fenbaker, now 77, has lost none of his zest for politics. The newly elected House of Commons, due to convene in Ot- tawa in January, will be one "of uncertainty, tail wagging the he said in an interview here Tuesday. He hazarded a guess it might survive for a year despite the fact the Liberal government has a minority of the seals. "I'd think there'd be a con- cealed arrangement whereby the government will be assured of New Democratic Party sup- said the former Canadian prime minister who wa; re- elected in Saskatchewan's Prince Albert constituency. "If defeated on any measure, such defeat would not bo con- Reward paid at last TEL AVIV (Itculcr) A 000 reward for information lead- ing lo Ihc of Nazi war criminal Aolf Kichmnnn has fi- nally been paid, J5 years afler lire event, to a blind, 70-ycav-old Jewish lawyer. The Tel Aviv newspaper Moa- riv reported Tuesday the money was paid lo Lolar Herman, now living in Argentina, and a for- mer prisoner of Dachau ronecn- talion ramp in the Second Wnrld Wa- in 1057, Herman informed the Frankfurt prosecutor general, Fritz Bauer, that he knew Ihc whereabouts of Eichmaim, whoso, son had fallen in love wilh his daughter. Bauer passed the information lo Israeli authorities, but Her- man's description appointed to be incorrect and the search was dropped. Two years later, the blind lawyer wrote to Tuvia Fried- man of Haifa, who IMS mode it his life's work to (rack down Nazi war: criminals still at larqc. The Information, relayed lo Israeli authorities, led to the (induction of Rlclimnnn from Ai'Kcnllnn lo Israel, where he wss placed on I rial in Jerusa- lem In 1961 and hanged n ycnr later. sidered a vote of non-con- fidence, tat would be followed the next day by a former mo- tion of confidence, with the NDP falling in behind the gov- ernment." The former Progressive Con- servative leader said he thinks the NDP is "the last party that would want an election." RETURNS WEDNESDAY Diefenbaker, due to return home Wednesday, arrived here last Saturday to attend various events connected with the silver wedding anniversary of the Queen. Tuesday night he attended an anniversary dinner involving the Queen, Prince Philip and members of the Privy Council. He is obviously delighted at the prominent place he was given in the congregation at- tending the Monday service of thanksgiving for the wedding anniversary, held at West- minster Abbey. "It was one of the most mov- ing services I have ever at- he said. While here, Diefenbaker has seen such Canadian-bom pec- sc-nalitics as Sir Max Aitken, chairman of Beaverbrook News- papers Ltd., and Lord Thomson, as well as Premier Richard Ihitfidd of New Brunswick. Isolated area gets assistance EDMONTON (CP) The ia> lalert community of Fort Chip- nvyan, where many children have never used scissors, cray- ons, books and pencils in a con- si ruclive manner, will receive a govormcnl grant to provide "pro-school it was announced today. The community, on the Peace-Athabasca delta in ilorUicasiem Alberta, Is lo re- ceive for the pnrcnt- leachor association's plan to prepare children for school. A government spokesm n n said the proposal for the Rmnt poinlcd out that many of the area's homes have few or no books nnd the Isolation of the community offers the children fewer experiences than others receive In the south. Television Is not available and children slart school with n voonbularly far below expect- ed levels. :NOVEMBER 9 We're Overstocked Savings Up To 50% Off Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nov. 23-24-25 PILE LINED COATS CORDUROY COATS LADIES' 100% POLYESTER CARDIGAN SWEATERS While, Blue, or Beige. Reg. 7.99 Now 111 LADIES' PERMANENT PRESS SHIRTS Geometric Reg. 2'9 Now 1 LADIES' ACRYLIC JEANS Assorted colors. Sizei 12 lo 16. Reg. 4.97..................... Now 3-67 GIRLS' 2 PC. PANT SUITS Sizet 7-14. Reg. 4.33 3-09 GIRLS' HOODED SUEDE LOOK COATS Brown. Sizei 7 to 14. Reg. 25.95......... Sale Price 19 .77 GIRLS' FORTREL FILLED COATS Sizei 7 to 14. OO.77 Reg. 29.99 Sole BOYS' AND GIRLS' 2 PIECE KNITTED SUITS Sizes 2-6X. Reg. 6.99 4-77 BOYS' OR GIRLS' PILE LINED JACKETS Sizes 4 to oX. Reg. 15.99 TODDLERS' PILE JACKETS Sizes 2-6x. Reg. 9.99........................Sale Q1 BIG SAVINGS ON SNOW BOOTS LADIES' VINYL SNOW BOOTS Warm pile lining, crepe sole. Sizes 6-10. Reg. 17.99. NOW.................... 13 GIRLS' SIDE ZIPPER VINYL SNOW BOOTS Siiei 11 to 3. Regular 9.99. SALE PRICE 6 BOYS' AND GIRLS' VINYL CANUCK BOOTS Fur trimmed, lace front. Size 6-10. Regular 10.99. SALE PRICE I MEN'S AND BOYS' CANUCK MOCCASINS FUR mVJVA.M3IIN3 TRIMMED Sizei 1 to 4. H Reg. 9.99 Sal. QiW Sizes 7 to 11. MO Reg. 11.99 Sale MEN'S SUEDE PILE LINED BOOTS Sizes 7 to 12. Reg. 9.99. SALE BOYS' VINYL SLIP ON BOOTS Warm pile lining. Sizes 8 to 13. Regular 7.99. SALE TODDLERS' 2 PIECE CO-ORDINATE SETS Regular 3.99. SALE PRICE BOYS' SKI JACKETS Sizet 4 to 6. Regular 8.99. SALE 6 MEN'S MELTON CLUB JACKETS Regular 12.89. SALE PRICE 1-77 MEN'S PILE LINED JACKETS Sizes 38 to 46. Regular 14-99. SALE PRICE 12 MEN'S AIRFORCE PILE LINED LEATHER JACKETS Sizes 38 to 46. Regular 58.98. SALE 43 GIRLS' HOODED SUEDE LOOK JACKETS Brown. Sizes 7-14. Reg. 19.99. SALE DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE GREAT NOVEMBER SAVINGS! MEN'S and BOYS NORTHERNER PARKAS Pile lined, large hoed. MEN'S ASSORTED WORK PANTS MEN'S HOODED WINTER PARKAS 38-46 Reg. 79.99. Sale Regular Values lo 9.99 7-16 Reg. 21.99. Sale Regular 19.99. SALE PRICE..... nn MACLEODS Open Thursday and Friday Until p.m. Centre Village Mall Phone 327-4240 ;