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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta With wife and water dogs Thursday, October 11, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 Mowat settles in premier's back yard WINNIPEG (CP) Cana- dian author Farley Mowat remarked casually in June that he would consider moving to Manitoba if the New Democratic Party won the provincial election. So last month he loaded up the family camper, said good- bye to Port Hope, and headed west to settle in Premier Ed Schreyer's back yard in north Winnipeg Mr. Mowat, his wife Claire and their two Newfoundland water dogs have been guests of the Schreyers ever since, except for visits around the province. The well-known author and conservationist has never ex- pressed much of an attraction to politics or politicians, but he dubbed the NDP the "least obnoxious party" this summer and accompanied the premier on the campaign trail prior to the June 28 election "I sort of opened my big mouth during one of those trips." he recalled in an inter- view "I mentioned that I was so impressed with the NDP that I would consider moving to Manitoba if they won." "Ed and his family were in Prince Edward Island for a conference during the summer, so they stopped in at our cottage on the Gulf of St Lawrence. "He said I had made my bluff and asked me if I would live up to it. And that was that." Since his arrival in Manitoba, Mr Mowat says his impression of the NDP has grown by leaps and bounds, particularly because of its hopes for the north. 'This province is unique in Canada Although everybody also has reacted with a kind of European paternalism toward natives maybe a little more sophisticated now than what it used to be Schreyer has re- jected that he ex- plains Mr Mowat has seen much of northern Manitoba in the last 30 years, but he Admits to being pleasantly surprised about the southern part of the province t "I just imagined it was a continuation of he said. BATTLE AGAINST TIME A seven-million-dollar res- toration program is under way to save London's great St. Paul's Cathedral In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Michael Cope explains why St Paul's is in danger of crashing into ruins and what's in- volved m restoring it In your Lethbridge Herald Weekend Magazine No jumping for Riggs Bobby Riggs, who had threatened to jump off a bridge if he lost his tennis match to Billie Jean King, settles for floating off the London Bridge at Lake Havasu City, Ariz. He said he'd been warned he would be arrested if he tried jumping. Riggs was beaten by Mrs. King in three straight sets at Houston's Astrodome. Tories back involvement TORONTO (CP) Canada should agree to participate in peacekeeping operations if "a real truce" is established in the Middle East, Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said Wednesday. But the country should steer clear of any situation as un- stable as the Vieinam ceasefire signed last January, he said in an interview. There would be nothing to gain from taking part in any operation that had so little chance of success. FOR CENTURIES, THE SPANISH HAVE ENJOYED A BLEND OF ROBUST RED WINE AND CITRUS FRUIT WHICH THEY CALL SANGRIA NOW YOU CAN ENJOY THE SAME SUNNY FLAVOUR IN GRANADA. ALWAYS REFRESHING SERVE WELL CHILLED OR OVER ICE WITH SLICES OF CITRUS FRUIT CHALET WINES LTD., CALGARY, ALBF.RTA, CANADA. Sears Now'sthe time to buy a'camel' 59 99 Come see our caravan of value1 Beautiful styles, meticulous tailoring Budget geared prices In camel only a-Smart classic coats in single or double-breasted styles 94% camel hair Rayon satin lining, cotton interlining chamois to waist atback Sizes 10-20 Ea 59.99 b-Two-piece wool suit Genuine dyed lamb collar Jacket, skir{ are rayon lined 1.0-20 Ea set 59.99 c-Three-piece wool ensem- ble. Jacket, straight skirt, wide-leg pantsare rayon lined SizesiO-l8Ea. set 59.99 Ladies Coat Department Need it now? Get it now with a Sears all-Purpose account. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest Mtltfactlon or money refunded and delivery Store Hours Open Daily from 9-30 am to 5 30 p.m Thursday and Friday 9 30 a m to 9 00 p m Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 ;