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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE NFRAin lny, Novf-niber 30, 1971 PREMIER IN PARADE-AI 'o th parade in V Wilson under guard was a member in Hie paracr- -.-r-f's rest Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed of the Grey Cup end Mr. lougheed contingent, one of the largest BOSTON' (AP) Former prime minister Harold Wilson ol Uritain was uralcr police guard briefly lino after he was dis- rupted al a news conference by Id men who said they were members "f Ilic political arm ol Hie Irish Republican Army. Sinn Fein. Four Moslem policemen guarded Wilson at a reception following the Sunday news con- ference where the 10 challenged him lo debate the use of British troops in Northern Ireland and lo attend Tory meeting 01 I'AWA (CP) The Pro- glaive Conservative Party said Monday it expects about 1 500 delegates for its annual meeting Dec. 4 to 7. Delegates will discuss policy, organization, and the election of new officers. Mr. Stanfield is to deliver a major address Mon- dav Dec. li. The Progressive Conservative Women's Association will hold its annual meeting Saturday be- fore the pneral meeting Helen Himley, minister with- out portfolio in the Alberta gov- ernment, will be main speaker at the women's mcetina. the internment of political pris- oners. by a man who identified liimself as Thomas Macdiolla, head of Sinn Fein, the 10 hec- kled Wilson when lie rebuffed their challenge, and the news conference was cut sliurt. Wilson, Here 10 lecture at Tufts University in nearby Meel- lorel, told the men: "You're wasting our time. MaeCiolla told reporters lie was in Ihe U.S. from Di'blin to gain support for Uie IRA. Tho oilier men identified themselves as local supporters of the IRA. Al the news conference, Wil- son said it will be a long time, before Northern Ireland knows peace. The present situation in Northern Irclanel Is "so tense it could be absolutely dreadful if we didn't have troops he adeled. J. J. U.S. flights lo Australia WASHINGTON American Airlines said today it will start serving Melbourne, Australia. The two flights a week into Melbourne will be in addition to the three weekly services by American into Australia's larg- est city, Sydney. All five Boeing 707 flights to Australia will originate at De- troit and operate by way of Chi- cago, Honolulu and Fiji. CP Air is the only Canadian airline which offers a flight to Australia. The DC-8 flights leave Vancouver for Sydney each Thursday. GIIEENE In hospital Trudeaii says replacement for ailing Greene in mind OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau snid Momhiy the questioned whether ailing En- ergy Muster J. J. Greene will in the cabinet has been very fauch in his mind. But he told the Commons he does not have sufficient Infor- mation on Mr. Greene's health to know whether he will be able to continue. Mr. Greene currently is in a London, Out., hospital, where he is recovering from a stroke suf- fered on a visK to Japan in Sep- tember. The minister has had twt heart attccks, one in aw one in Mr. Trudeau was to a question from Eidon Wool liams LONG BORDERS Canada's border with Alaska is miles long and its bor- der with the United Suites is miles. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT and SENIOR C.A. STUDENT or FINALIST Small Central Alberta Office of National Firm has opening for senior posi- tion available immediately. C. A. position will provide partnership opportunity within 2 years. Salary and Fringe Benefits very attractive. Phone 672-5575 for appointment. mains Opposition I. P a Stanfif-ld hn i see that Car.nda next t-prin.s in of taik.s .scheduled here t Pnme Mmister Trudeau next month. Drlvr officials sajd the IIou-c meeting Trudeau on irk rnational and the v.viivj monetary situatirm proha-; bly "-vill replace the planned lo Canada. Zieder said no date has been set for Trudeau's talks v.ith tlie president, the fifth summit ar- ranged at various locations by j with sovornment chiefs of f major allies before he travels to i Peking and Moscow next year. Coalii in ITUQ. MONTEVIDEO AP' A leftist coalition is trailing in re- turns from Uruguay's national election, but noisier of tho r.vo .major parties appeared likely to win a strong to niie, A amor.dmtnt that have Presi- dent Jorgfi Arc-ec; io serve a lerm peared deemed. With Pacheco i.iie mi- opponent cf Tupamaro and Liber Sere fin Broad Front elimi- nated, the major coniendL-i'.- for the presidency Anricuiture MiniMcr Juan bem1 of Pachoco Artco's rado party and Fen'cii'a Alrlunatt; cf ihc Xa- tional party, p a c h e c o had named Bordr.biTry in an alternate ticket, an'icipatJnq de- feat for the tv.-o-terni amend- mer.t. With of nn c 1.6 million votes counted, the Cyloradcs had 259.878, the Na- tional the Bread Front ;.nd minor parties the re- mainder. 3.9 million persons e'ieibie to voting and the turnout was estimated at flri per cent. All Ihe elected offices in the country v.-ei-e at stake, but it ap- peared that no single party wi-uld ciMtrol th." .Tl-seat Senate and of Deputies i wlvn it in The Hroad Front was created I January by the Christian Communists, Sr.ci.il- air) dissident and Xaiiun.'ils sought to dupli- cate i' o 1 i e c t i v e vietoiy Chile's leftists last year with President Salva- dor Allcndc. flection quiet, except for the vocal prote.sls of viiiers j of in lire ns I a.s four hours tn ballois. Liquor and wine bottles included in deposit EDMONTON iCI'i Tin- Al- v.iil required ;il ihr next bcrta govornmrnt will li- session of losi.sl.-iiurc- qunr and uir.c buttles mlijcet fr-re liquor and wine bottles to compulsory return deposits, made suhjrrl to She says Knviromnenl P.ili ,s; ;no isions. Yurko. Mr no decision Hie iniide vet on the that provisions uf tin; dipo.ii -.ill he'on and Containers Aft, v.hieh v.ine eollee- reiurn depo-hs on ;ill soft lion in.v l.e through the drink hollies ;md .hoiild Liqo ,r Ouilcol Hoard. be extendi'd lo cover ,-ind II" the move i., of a wine a.s well, Mr. Yurko of anti liller Icgisla- said in an intenn-w. the Vro- The depo-il (or povern wrft'irink cont.'iin'Ts into inclndinj; a Oeneral l.il- effcct .Ian. 1 hut amendments i ler Aet. SAVING YOU MORE Men's 100% Polyester double-knit trousers! The most comfort- able, good-looking, care-free trousers in the world of men's fashions. Ask the man who wears them! Young executive cut, flare-leg style with belt loops. Sizes 28-38. Great selection of fancy patterns and solid colors. CANADIAN MADE Reg. 15.95 to 17.95 I EACH nn MACLEODS CENTRE VILLAGE Phong 327-4240 FREE SHOPPING SPREE Every porton shopping during I month of Dec. it a potential winner. There's one lucky if the date on your ilips coincides with lucky date drawn you'ra a winner. NOVEMBER SHOPPING SPREE Winning Day will be announced Thurs., Doc. 2nd. ;