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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Parliainenlary Notebook Nixon-Trudeau relations cool OTTAWA (CP) Relations between Prime Minister Tru- deau and President Nixon ap- parently are less than close. Repeatedly in recent days, opposition MPs in the Com- mons have been urging Mr. Tnideau to see, telephone or write Mr. Nixon about current Canada-US, trade problems now spotlighted by the U.S' 10-per-cent import surcharge. Mr. Tnideau has rejected these urgings and this week told Conservative Leader Rob- ert Stanfield: "If I thought anything posi- tive would come from follow- ing up such a suggestion, I would have followed it up long before now." Mr. Nixon was originally scheduled to visit Ottawa this fall. But plans now call for a visit in the the time the president intends to go to China and Russia. Canada sells arms to 37 countries, the government has informed the Commons. The list was 39 in 1970 but South Africa and Pakistan have been cut off. Canada still sells arms to Greece and Portugal, allies in NATO but c r n m e n t. However, these arms comprise umy sive items such as spare parts for vehicles, officials say. Portugal gets from Canada only spare parts for old pis- ton-engine planes because this country is the last source of supply for them. There was an odd combina- tion of defence supplies shipped to Pakistan just be- fore the ban on shipments took effect this year when civil war broke out with East Pakistan. The last items sent were spare parts for aircraft engines and parachutes. Countries buying arms torn Canada are: Argentina, Aus- tralia, Belgium, Botswana, Brazil. Britain, Burma, Bru- nei, Chile, Den- mark, Ecuador, Fin'and, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece. India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mus- cat and Omen, Netherlands, New ealand, Norway, Pan- ama, Peru, Portugal, Singa- den, Switzerland, the United States and Zambia. Speaker Lucien Lamoureux ticked off the editors of Han- sard, the official record of Commons debates, for allow- ing the bracketed word "ap- plause" to appear after a sally by an MP. He ruled that Hansard will stick to "Oh, Oh" for denoting applause or jeers or what- ever- Hansard may be in for an- other wrist-slapping. Perry Ryan, Conservative MP for Toronto Spadina, got mixed up in a question and Hansard makes this observation: "Some honorable members: Ha, ha." There are 35.000 organiza- tions in Canada registered with the revenue department as charitable organizations for income tax meaning exemption. A few of these organizations which rely on mail appeals for funds have asked the gov- ernment for exemption from increases in the third-class postal rates. Postmaster-General J e a n- Pierre Cote has ruled that it would be impracticable and inequitable to set rates favor- ing one type of organization. Pay board sets role from Nixon WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon formally created today the pay board and the price commission that will carry out his new economic sta- bilization program once the cur- rent United States wage-price freeze expires. The White House made public an executive order in which Nixon spelled out the responsi- bilities of the powerful new bod- ies. In addition it released orders of Treasury Secretary John B- Connally, acting as chairman of the cost-of-living council, dele- gating specific authority from the council to the commission and the board. Connally wrote: The pay board, acting through its chairman, shall es- tablish criteria, standards and implementation procedures de- signed to stabilize wages and salaries within the general eco- nomic stabilization goals and coverage determination devel- oped by the council." Donald Rumsfeld, presidential counsellor and director of the cost-of-living council, told re- porters he expects Nixon to ap- point members of the pay board and the price cc (mission "in the next several days." TV hearings next week OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio Television Com- mission faces next week a long ist of applications for new ra- dio and television stations in Alberta and several other West- ern Canada centres. The commission opens hear- ngs in Regina Tuesday to con- sider applications for new radio and TV licences in Brandon, Man., the Saskatchewan centres of North Battleford and Elrose, Red Deer, Alta., and the B.C. municipalities of Summerland. Penticlon. Princeton, Hope and Vancouver. Requesting permission to set up rebroadcasting stations are CFCN-TV Calgary and CFNV TV Edmonton, both CTV affili- ates. The two stations want to establish I heir rebroadcasters in Red Deer. REGISTER NOW in a WELDING COURSE 3 Wfiok Course! REGULAR ARC November 1-19, 1971 PRESSURE "B" November 1-19, 1971 OXY-ACETYLENE (Gas) Nov. 15-Dec. 3, 1971 OXY-ACETYLENE (Got) Jan. 24 Feb. 11, 1972 6 Week Course COMBINED WELDING (3 week Oxy-acolylone April 17-Mny 26, 1972 3 week Arc) These arc clay programs Tunning five days a week Monday through Friday. Tuition for the throe week courses is and for the six week course. For further information: The Registrar Telephone: SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY UOHfith Avenue y DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS Saturday, October 16, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 ENTER EVERY WEEK! ENTER OFTEN! PRESENT TO A... DOWNTOWN pfiyiy 71 SHOPPERS' IN OVER ii PRIZES! Featuring 2 GRAND PRIZES! 10 BIG WEEKS! (TILL DEC. 18th) 93 BIG PRIZES 9 PRIZES EVERY WEEK CAR DRAW DEC. 24 TRIP FOR 2 DEC. 18 from r P AIR CANADA TRIP FOR 2 2 WEEKS IN JAMAICA MONTEGO BAY leave Dec. 20, Jan. 3, 15, 29, Feb. 12 Retail Value from Of Course! r 1972 FIRENZA THE FINEST IN LOW COST TRANSPORTATION Retail Value ALL ENTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR GRAND PRIZE51 JUST 9 OF THE 93 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY YOUR DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS! Ps From f. 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