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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Troops Draw Blasts, OTTAWA (CP) giving up their troops who slipped into Ottawa during the night to protect politicians and others against the possibility of kidnap or harm drew everything from howls of outrage to giggles Tuesday. But there was nothing funny about it, or in the reason direct orders. One took a minute to avail imself of the men's room down te hall from the office of the ninister he was guarding and ot locked out of the office. Secretaries in another office ried to spirit their soldier their being here. In groups of six, the soldiers were deployed around the homes of cabinet ministers, civic leaders, former prime minister Lester Pearson, Conservative Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield and the under the inquiring of a Canadian Press photog-apher, only to deliver the be-rildered trooper out a side door ight into the camera's lens. A third almost made it on to he floor of the Commons be-und Consumer Affairs bers of the senior courts ot the Basford. By lunch time though, land. The RCMP had requested their aid as a supplemental force in preserving the security of the capital area following a week of stepped-up .was solved, the sol-iiers back outside the .sacred juildirigs and the RCMP and Commons security guards se-nirely back in control of after the kidnappings last week to Montreal of James Cross and Pierre Laporte. Mr Cross, British trade representative in Montreal, was taken from his home Oct. 5 and Mr. Laporte, provincial labor minister, from, outside his home Saturday evening. THREATS But on the streets, in driveways, behind bushes and in unlikely spots throughout the city, he helmeted guardians had become objects of especially to the youngsters. It became- easy to spot where Ihe mighty of the land they had rifle barrels Since then threats have of bushes from wWclt received from the Front de Lib-eration du Quebec against camouflage was fast disappearing with the coming eral cabinet ministers as as against Quebec medical specialists, themselves threatening to strike against implementation of a medical care paper boy making his rounds with his hands in his japer bag in exclusive Rock-iliffe Park, where many of program in the province Nov. 1. Gordon Aiken (P C P a r r y Sound-Muskoka) stormed through the House of live, stepped around a as he cut across a lawn to find himself staring down a rifle barrel in the hands of a when it was learned, ous soldiers were following their charges into parliamentary offices, complete with FN rifles or Sten daughters and friends of those being protected at the idea of being looked after by the Defence Minister Donald think it's said donald had to apologize to House and assure Mr. Aiken many soldiers there was all a mistake and that how long they are soldiers would be ordered out staying are matters only the Parliament Buildings nobody will the easy-going days Even then it took some movement for Canadian to accomplis h because judicial and civic guards had scattered to have ended as 1 the Centre Block and their of stronger security riors had no idea where had in the past reach and the Elected, Majorities For Nova Scotia Following is the Henry Press list of members elected Nova Scotia, majorities xGordon A. approximate in many cases, with party gain shown (PC) 16. Luncnburg Walton seat unchanged member (L) 902, gain from last xMaurice Annapolis East G e r a 1 (PC) Sheeny (PC) Michael Annapolis xPeter (L) 369, gain from Nicholson (L) Ralph William Gillis (L) 452, gain from 424, gain from PC. Defeated )onald R. MacLeod, Cape Breton Centre Michael Laffin (PC) A. Lloyd Cape Breton (L) 17, gain from Akerman (NDP) xHarvey from (PC) Cane Breton xW. S. MeKeough (PC) (PC) Cape Breton xGerald J. MacEwan (NDP) 67, gain PC. Defeated Mines Harold 409, gain from Cape Breton South J o h xFisher Burke (PC) Cape Breton (two Sullivan (L) 182, gain from A. Snow (PC) 96; xBensit Comeau Mooney (L) 163, Colchester (two members) xG. I. Smith (PC) 383. Ritcey (PC) 4. Cumberland Raymond Smith' (PC) 724. Cumberland Bacon (PC) Cumberland Mass. (AP) Henley (PC) explosion ripped through Dartmouth Glen of the Centre for nsll (L) gain from Affairs at Harvard Dartmouth South-D. early today, MacNutt (L) 86, gain from a female telephone Defeated Highways campus Cox, former Joseph Casey (L) and now a gain from law professor, told xAhgus "It's a terrible mess Isaac (PC) Halifax xJohn were blown out chanan (PC) Halifax John ceiling was rendered shreds of concrete and bent steel nolly (L) gain from Halifax Citadel-Ronald centre at Harvard lace (L) 754, gain from PC. criticized by some in feated former mines community for with the U.S. Halifax and Riley (L) gain from Defeated legislature Halifax Georg Mitchell (L) gain PC. Defeated Attorney-Genera Halifax Eastern Garnet Brown (L) (CP) Halifax L. A. Justason Regan (L) Merchandising Halifax St. Calgary for a breach ard Pace (L) gain Alberta Securities company was Hants Jack trading in securities (L) 322, gain from general public without Hants West-Robert D. with the Alberta Inverness (two the conviction, James MacLcan (PC) 676; was liable to a fine of Archie Mackenzie (L) Magistrate Justason Kings xVictor IK saw no useful purpose Thorpe (PC) by a heavier W.dn..doy, 14, 1970 THI llTHSRIDOl HWAtD SIMPSONS-SEARS Kenmore 3 Speed 3 Program Automatic Washer Has Permanent Press Cycle Simpsons-Sears Colorful Home Sale Starts Tomorrow Look for the flyer being delivered to your home Check These Quality Features Charge It Only Monthly One speed for regular wash, a second for sheers NormQl, delicate and permanent press programs 5 wash-rinse temperature With Sudsaver 259 Special water suspension cool-down period avoids spinset wrinkles Maze filter traps unsightly lint and fuzz Variable water level saves up to 30% on water Our Lowest Priced Automatic Washer Single speed washer has 2 Welsh-rinse temperatures for all fabric care. 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