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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 THE HERALD jnesday, 197. THE NEXT GOVERNOR-GENERAL Leger convinced he is more than a ceremonial cog Canada's next Governor General is a skilled diplomat involved in many critical issues affecting Canada's sur- vival Here is an intimate report on the man who came out of a quiet Quebec vMdgp tn licrotm1 Ui" 'Jii'T'i s f, iixor Piss is nooeful that his former adversary ma> now come to his rescue Hiss feels his best chance for exoneration lies in a presiden tial pardon and as of this writing is president What with the Watergate in- vestigations revealing un- ethical and illegal govern- ment shenamgaps bv the day, Hiss nopes public will force the chief executive to remvestigate suspicious" political trials such as his own Nixon pardon Hiss15 How ironic, but says Hiss why nof 'He could say he was misled by committee witnesses He could say that he has nou aelei mined that I did not lie vvould not want clemcncv however I would accept a full pardon Legally INixon could do all this But it s not likely to happen Hiss, though largelj forgotten by time, is when he s re'nembered at all, remembered as a spy If so H'ss doubllpsu bear it He i5 a sad man a lit- tle rump'ed now and he looks says a friend 'used up but whatever he is and whatever he wac he remains realistic Directorship list By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Members of the Canadian cabinet did not list all the directorships they hold, Stanley Knowles, NDP North Centre, complained in the Commons Monday as he protested an incomplete reply he received to a formal parliamentary question With conflict of interest a subject that is very much to the fore these days the member from Winnipeg had a question passed as an order- for-return on March 21 It was in two parts 1. Are any ministers who are members of the present cabinet directors-of any com- panies, corporations etc and, if so, which ministers of what companies or corporations are they directors and at what date were any directorships presently held by such cabinet ministers assumed7 2 Did anv ministers who are members of the p-esent cabinet lesign anv direc- torships on being sworn of the privy council and if so which ministers on what dates and from what companies or cor- Mr Knowles msc to formal- K roster his complaint in Iho house He said the house tuid passed an order-foi- return but the return was grossly incomplete The member nnly a few ministers liad responded He said he wanted the retuin to be completed John Reid, parliamentary secretary to Privy Council President Allan MacEachen said he had madn inquiries as he recalled Mr Knowles' question He added Unfor- the ministers of this particular goveinmenl do not have >i surfeit of directoi .ships in outside companies ;