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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LHHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 27, 1971 CHARGEX LAST THREE DAY! PROS SLASHED FURTHER MAKE AN OFFER! NO REASONABLE OFFER TURNED DOWN! SWEATERS Mr. Toni, Sabre, White Stog. Long sleeve cardigan and pullover styles. Regular to Smoke Sale Price SPECIAL 59c TABLE Pemty Hose by Fascination 0 Girdles Bras Shoes Jewellery Briefs 6 Slips Smoke Sale Your Choice 59 LADIES' ARNEL SHOES GROUP 1 Reg. to Smoke Sale Price, Pair GROUP 2 Reg. to Smoke Sale Price, Pair 2.99 99" PANTS-SKIRTS Tartans and Solid Colors Assorted Materials Mr. Toni, Sabre, White Slag Reg. to Smoke Sale Price LADIES' SLACK By MISS SUSAN 100% Polyester. Fall Shades LADIES' PILE LINED SNOW LADIES' and TEENS' HOT PANTS SETS Latest Styles ond Fall Shades Reg. 8.88 PLUS! These Outstanding Values at National FOR THE HUNTER 303 Lee Enfield Rifles Jerry Cans Pack Sacks Sleepnig Bags Snow Shoes Helmets (various types) Leatherette Foam Rubber MOIRS CHOCOLATES SELECTION CHERRY 12-OZ. BOX GREY ARMY BLANKETS Reg. GIRLS' PILE LINED JACKETS COMPARE 11.88 6. LADIES' BETTER HANDBAGS Leather, Krinkles, etc. Reg. to MEN'S SWEATERS Bulky wool acrylic CARDIGANS, PULLOVERS Regular MEN'S BETTER PANTS POLYESTER WOOL Reg. Value MEN'S HYDRO DUCK PARKAS Quilted with detachable hood SHOP NATIONAL FOR YOUR ARCTIC NEEDS 12.71 BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS WASHABLE-CANADIAN MADE Regular 1.00 GIRLS' PILE LINED SNOW BOOTS MEN'S ZIPPER OVERSHOES FLANNEL SHEET! MEN'S ACRYLIC KNIT GLOVES MEN'S PILE LINED CIVIL WAR BOOTS 12.88 OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CHARGEX at NATIONAL DEPT. STORE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND 5th STREET SOUTH WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES Dief storms fooled' OTTAWA (CP) Former prime minister John Diefenba- kcr declared above Liberal cat- calls Tuesday that the Canadian government allowed itself to be fooled by Soviet Premier AJcxei Kosygin. He said in the Commons that Russia pretends to work for peace while Soviet submarines pr.rade through the North and South Atlantic. j Opposition Leader Robert i Stanficld accused Prime Minis- ter Trudeau of offering smart- alec answers to serious ques- tions on foreign and defence pol- icy. Rallying behind his leader, Mr. Diefenbaker said there is no way to get replies out of the I "arrogant" government, which simply "played" with Parlia- ment. "Aw, sit Liberal MPs shouted in Uie heavy exchange which erupted during a question period largely devoted to the Canada-Russia communique is- sued at the conclusion of Mr., Kosygta's eight-day Canadian visit. UEG1NS QUIETLY The dust-up began after low key questioning when Mr. Stan- field asked whether Russia has eased its position about troop reductions or withdrawals from central Europe. Mr. Trudeau said there has been some advance in the So- viet position since Mr. Stanfield had been in the Soviet Union Perhaps Mr. Stanfield did not want to take credit for this, he added. Mr. Stanfield snapped that Mr. Trudeau should not supply I smart-alec replies to questions I of great importance to Canada Mr. Trudeau grinned but said nothing. i Mr. Stanfield visited Russia i last year, Mr. Trudeau last May." David Lewis, NDP leader, asked whether the Soviet posi- tion now is closer to NATO's. Mr. Trudeau said he woulc venture to reply in the affirma- tive. He then repeated his remark about Mr. S'canfield's trip to Russia. DIEF JUMPS IN Mr. Diefenbaker stormed into the fray and asked whether Mr. Kosygin mentioned that Russia has the largest naval fleet in the world, controls entrance to and exit from the Mediteran- ncan and parades its submar- ines through the Atlantic. The government shows arrog- ance in refusing to reply to Commons questions, he added. In a much milder exchange which led off the question pe- riod, Mr. Trudeau said he doesn't know what concrete steps Russia will take to encour- age adherence to respect for in- dependence, national sover- eignty and territorial integrity of all states. The communique said Canada and Russia agreed that all states should abide by such principles. ASKED ABOUT DOCTRINE Referring to such questions as national sovereignty and terri- torial integrity, Mr. Stanfield asked whether there was any specific discussion of the so- called Brezhnev doctrine. This sets out the premise that it is correct for one Communist state to take a hand in the affairs of another if there is danger there DIEFENBAKER Target of catcalls of a Communist being toppled. government Does the communique repre- sent "a repudiation" by Russia of this position, Mr. Stanfield asked. Mr. Trudeau said he would not be hopeful enough to use the word repudiation. Canada does not accept the Brezhnev doctrine, the prime minister said. Canada wasn't sure how "the other side" would implement the general language of the communique in this re- gard. But he hoped the communique represented "a step in the direction" that both he and Mr. S'tanfield desired. TABLED IN COMMONS The communique, issued ear- lier as Mr. Kosygin left Canada for Cuba, was tabled in the Commons by Mr. Trudeau. Opposition members raised a long string of questions about what the the unusual general diplomatic really meant regarding Can- ada's military posure, possibili- ties of increased Canada-Soviet trade, depletion of fish stocks off Canada's coasts and control of pollution in the Arctic. After asking a series of ques- tions about the commu nique's expressed desire to see limita- tions on military spending, Mr. Stanficld said it didn't appear to add up to "anything very pre- cise." An earlier white-paper policy statement on Canadian defence showed Canada's intention to in- crease defence spending al- though the communique stated both countries would work to- wards reduction in military up- keep, Mr. Stanficld said. Was this a reference to other countries or would Canada re- duce defence spending in pro- portion to any such reductions by other countries? Mr. Trudeau said this was in the general context of the ap- proach of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to trim- ming military expenditure. CANADA INTERESTED If there could be East-West agreement on limiting the arms race or on reduction of military forces in Europe, Canada was interested in such discussions and Canada's military posture would be subject to any such agreement that might be reached. Did Mr. Trudeau see any withdrawal of Canadian and American forces in Europe in the near future, Mr. Stanfield asked. It is "much too early to know" what NATO's position on this would be, Mr. Trudeau re- plied. Exploratory talks had been started with East bloc countries to see whether prog- ress could be made towards this end. New Democrat Leader David Lewis asked whether the gov- ernment could expand on the communique's references to operation in the fields of tech- nology and trade. It referred to "working groups" concentrating in areas offering the test pros- pects for trade development. Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pepin said working groups al- ready have been set up to cover such fields as oil, gas, non-for- construction and power develop- rous metals, hydroelectric ment. The idea was to find areas where the technology of each nation could complement that of the other. The Russians had shown interest in prefabricated Canadian homes and machinery or the pulp and paper industry. STARTING MONDAY "CANADIAN MIST" FROM WINNIPEG Featuring BOBBIN LANGSTRUM Appearing Nightly at p.m. YORK HOTEL 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. VASA LODGE HALLOWEEN DANCE SAT., OCT. 30-9 P.M. SCANDINAVIAN HALL Music by tho GOLD DOTS MEMBERS AND GUESTS V'EtCOME ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "A Rage To (I p.m., Ch. 7. The slcry of a woman whose immoral life begins to affect Uiose around her. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Cli. 7. "A Way of looks at the small Prairie farmer and his struggle to maintain his independence. DOCUMENTARY: The Tenth Decade, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. This is the debut of an eight-week series on the turbulent Diefenbaker-Pearson years. MOVIE COMEDY: "The President's a p.m., Ch. lit. This satire tells of the personal analyst to the Presi- dent who learns he's to be liquidated because he knows too much and flees for his life. DOCUMENTARY: The Conquered Dream, 10 p.m., Cli. 7. This special tells the history of man's struggle to con- quer Canada's Njrth. Rare film clips are interspersed throughout. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Solomon and p.m., Ch. 7. Gina Lollobrigida as the Queen of Sheba is sent by Pharaoh to undermine his brother's rule in Israel. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Sena- tor Henry Jackson, a possible 1972 Presidential candidate, actress Colleen Dewhurst, singer Roger Miller and author Jim Bishop are interviewed. THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The I p.m., Ch. 7. The owner of a prize-winning horse drops dead from excite- ment and a spend-thrift buys the horse at a bargain price. MOVIE COMEDY: "It Started in 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A U.S. lawyer in Naples to settle his brother's estate finds he has left a 10-year-old son who is well on his way to be- coming a con man. Trimbles Radio TV Listings are tilted by the radio and television stations. Any v Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC WEDNESDAY NIGHT Country Dig.s' Jolin Oliver 1-lYI Rlrharri Rnrrlnn Major NEWS, bporl RiCtWtJ Gordon 3.00 Richard Gordon 8.30 v _ Barry Hegland Cnecline News, Sports THURSDAY Leo Dow News, Sports Jim Shearer Total Informalion Bob Hesketh cjoc WEDNESDAY NIGHT Jim Elliot News, Wthr, Sport World at Six CBC News News and Grain Rot) Ingram bhow News, Wthr, Sport Prices Rot) Ingram bhow News, Wthr, S Jonn Walker Show Phone Bill Sh a.m. Doug Ander- World Series Brr son Show THURSDAY Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Jack Thys Matinee Rob Ingram World at iix CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. 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