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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE StptembtrB, 1974 Revised national anthem bill on its way OTTAWA (CP) Sometime before the next ses- sion of Parliament ends, Canadians should have an of- ficial national anthem to mumble through. A bill making a revised ver- sion of "O Canada" the first official anthem in the nation's history will be presented dur- ing the House session which opens Sept. 30. The bill is being prepared by the secretary of state depart- ment, but a spokesman said they are not yet ready to make the version public. He added, however, that the words probably will not differ much from a version produced by a Commons committee in 1968 following almost a year of study and consideration of submissions from in- dividuals. An official national anthem was promised by the late prime minister Lester Pearson when the Liberals were returned to power in 1963 following six years of Conser- vative government. Since the committee's recommendation, a bill mak- ing the anthem official has been introduced in the Com- mons twice, both times dying on the order paper before it could be passed into law. The version introduced in the bills cut out two of the five "stand on guard" phrases, the part of the popular version that seems best remembered FLEMING MOTORS LTD.... 1 Jft S S S 1) Stock No. 2533A 1970 FURY III V8 automatic, PS, PB, radio. 4 door sedan. Light blue metallic. Stock No. 6319A 1970 PLYMOUTH SPORT FURY V8 automatic. PS, PB. radio. 2 door hardtop. Bronze metallic. M875 Stock No. 5418A 1969 CHRYSLER NEWPORT V8 automatic, PS. PB. radio. 4 door sedan, Gold metallic. M875 STOCK NO. U468 1973 INTERNATIONAL TON V8 automatic, P.S., P.B., radio, custom trim pack- age, chrome wheels, approx. miles, 2 tone gold I S2475 Slock No. 5483A JV 1971 FARGO TON S V8, standard, radio, Green and white. Stock No. 5339A 1969DOD6E CORONET 440 V8 automatic, radio, vinyl roof. Stock No. S4SSA 1971 FARGO TON V8 automatic. kPS. kPB, radio. Dude Package Yellow and black. "Now Is The Time To Deal" mOTORS LETHBRIDGE Corner of 1st Ave. _, _. i and zth street south "Your Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge Dealer Phone Dept- Open Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M.-9 P.M.: Sat 9 A.M.-6 P.M. S Top Quality B59iBHBH by most audiences. The new words: 0 Canada! Our home and native land! True patroit love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The true north strong and free! From far and wide, 0 Can- ada, we stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! 0 Canada, we stand on guard for thee. 0 Canada, we stand on guard for thee. An official rendition, sanc- tioned by Parliament, will eliminate the problem of slight changes in wording and tempo of the music in different parts of the country, the spokesman said. He added that a similar problem does not exist in Quebec where a French ver- sion has been standard since it was written by Sir Adolphe Basile Routhier, a Quebec chief justice before his death in 1920. Words for the French version will remain unchang- ed under the new legislation. The movement to change the English lyrics was spark- ed in 1963 when Mr. Pearson commented that the song could be made more im- pressive. The original words were written in 1908 by Montreal judge Robert Stanley Weir." Ron Collister gets CBC job at Washington TORONTO (CP) The CBC announced Thursday the appointment of former parlia- mentary reporter Ron Collister as its Washington correspondent. Washington reporter Don McNeil will become national TV news reporter in Ottawa as well as host of a monthly current affairs program, scheduled to begin in November. PM's visit dates set OTTAWA (CP) Prime announced Thursday. Minister Trudeau will make It also announced Oct. 23-25 his first official visit to as the dates for a visit to Brus- France Oct. 21-22, his office sets. NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Garbage Pick-Up Schedule It AVE M TUESDAY 13 "______Sj WEDNESDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY "Q 10 5 SO PARKSIDE DR LETHBftlOCe 12 FRIDAY MONDAY ,2 WE s AVE S J. j 16 AVE J THURSDAY WEDNESDAY SCENIC DR EFFECTIVE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th. 1974. City of Lethbridge domestic garbage collection services will follow the schedule as outlined in the map. Prices Effective To Saturday Closing September 7th, 1974 We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities CANADA GRADE'A'BEEF Chuck Roasts Full dt or Bond BOM. Lb. 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