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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Oelebtr 31, 1973 LITHBRIDQE HERALD Koochee koochee koo Ontario Premier William Davis tickles turtle given to federal Conservative Party leader Robert Sianfield at a party in Toronto. The turtle was presented to Stanfield in commemoration of last year's federal election one year ago Tuesday along with a rabbit covered with bandages, representing the Liberals. FREE ON ROBIN HOOD PRODUCTS MOVIE COUPONS WORTH 500 Each coupon on specially marked packages of Robin Hood products is good towards the purchase of one admission ticket to see any Watt Disney Movie at a Players Theatre near you. Take the whole family to see a Waft Disney Movie exciting entertainment for young and tikObuU find free coupons valued at 500 only on specially marked Robin Hood packages. O COPYRIGHT WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS THIS COUPON IS AVAILABLE ON THESE ROBIN HOOD PRODUCTS Coupon valid on either one child or one adult ticket only one coupon per one admission ticket. Timing results in resignation TORONTO (CP) Joe Cru- den, whose timing error of the candidates' keynote speeches to delegates threw the weekend Ontario Liberal leadership convention into turmoil, has submitted his resignation as president of the Ontario Liberal party. The resignation was an- nounced Tuesday by Liberal Leader Robert Nixon. Mr. Nixon said Mr. Cruden had been upset about the tim- ing confusion. "I hope he'll Mr. Nixon said. "But it's a personal decision he should make." The letter of resignation, which Mr. Nixon received Tuesday, will be submitted to the party's executive board. The board can either accept jot reject the resignation. Mr. Cruden apologized sev- eral times to delegates after admitting he had made an error in timing the main convention speeches by the four leadership candidates. He said he had timed them for 20 minutes, when he should have given them 25 minutes. Eyes will befocussed on the quiet soldier Royal wedding date near By CAROL KENNEDY LONDON (CP) The quiet soldier who will be the focus of millions of eyes in two weeks' time sat incon- spicuously Tuesday in a visitors' gallery at the House of Lords, watching his future mother-in-law open Par- liament in a crimson velvet robe and massive diamond crown. For Mark Phillips, 25, the once-unknown cavalry captain from the west of England who weds Princess Anne on Nov. 14, it was almost the last mo- ment of anonymity at a glittering royal occasion. Officially seconded Tuesday for what the army terms "royal the tall, dark- haired Phillips begins a round of ceremonial appearances with Anne culminating in a grand pre-wedding reception to be given by the Queen and Prince Philip on Nov. 12. Behind scenes, he also will undergo a rigorous grounding in royal protocol at Buckingham Palace and a flurry of final fittings for the glamorous fulldress uniform he will wear in Westminster Abbey. ANNE BESIDE QUEEN For Anne herself, a slim, regal figure in white seated on a small red throne to the Queen's left, with a diamond tiara on her piled-up hair, the state opening of Parliament was the last big occasion before Nov. 14 at which she will take her customary effac- ing role in the Queen's presence. Under the pale gold spotlights the Abbey authorities are having special- ly installed to give a sunshiny effect in the November gloom, all eyes will for once be on the Monarch's daughter rather than the Monarch. Phillips, an officer in the 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards, now predominantly a tank regiment, takes up his new royal duties as the rest of his regiment prepares to change its posting from West Ger- many to troubled Northern Ireland. Already he is becoming a fa- miliar figure in his braided regimental mess dress at Lon- don society occasions, es- corting Princess Anne and always the discreet few paces behind her. Speculation continues as to whether the Queen will make him an most favored title seems to be Earl of Somerford, the name of the Wiltshire village where his parents live. Prime Minister Edward Heath, however, is known to be cool on the subject of hereditary peerages and although the Queen has it in her gift to bestow a title, any ennoblement of Phillips may well take place some time after the wedding. Who has and has not been asked to the wedding is evidently going to absorb Lon- don gossips for the next for- tnight. It was front-page news in most papers for instance that the Earl of Harewood, the Queen's cousin, who has been divorced and remarried, has not received an invitation. The earl's former wife now is married to Liberal party leader Jeremy. Thorpe. Buckingham Palace has traditionally tended to cold- shoulder "guilty-party" divorced persons and co- respondents in divorce suits, presumably because of the Monarch's official position as head of the Church of Eng- land. But in practice the ban has been relaxed in recent years. The 76-year-old Duchess of Windsor, the twice-divorced American for whom King Ed- ward VIII, the Queen's uncle, gave up the throne in 1936, also has not been asked to the wedding. The Duke of Windsor died last year and royalty seemed to be publicly recon- ciled with the duchess at his funeral. STILL SELLING FOR LESS STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 1314 3rd Street S. 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