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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO Momlnv. April 10, 197? proposes independent Quebec under president system oi1; cil imvi'iU'il a here proposing tin i n d r p o n d o n I (JiK'lK-c uuvmuHl liy a prosidiMi- tinl-lypo It Ihe tiini' (In1 puity re VIM led ni (k't.iil il ink'Nik to should U Mieemt in of inj; ijucbcc [ITIII the rosl of Canada. Ptj Leader Elciu1 Ixivesquu taid in rolcMSiiii! I lie1 document thai only through sep- aratism could a new social sys- loni develop ;mtl "Iruo denuK'- rary" flourish. "N'alionni sovereit-my." lie said, "is an indispensable condi- tion to establish (he model of development Quebec needs." Tin? manifesto, eolitt'x' Ni-xl Will Truly Hci per cutit In nddilinn. the uiamfoslo ouu- political hul Canadian fovpunilioiis v.ithi die-Is thai (Jnt'bw national in-1 Ki.-u-d on fvuiiEiiinuii-; liead offices In Montteul would' (Justrics would fill NIC- loft i not neccssiivily cxiiropriaU-tl by companies nillini! back ilicin Many woulij in t a I of MiviUli an! .1 U'llei lion by tlu1 individual in the po- lilK'.d ;md oconointe life of COKS 'I'd CONVENTION The dot'uinenl, by the exi'eulKo cMHindl. to bu Milmiiik'd lo mi'inljers in for iin Oelobcr con-j vc'nlioti. Tin1 tnanifrsld .1 prcsi- cli'iitial system is hcttor suited to iiKTtMsiiu: ccnuplcxily of pnlilic affrn'rs ".intl [H-i-.ssurt.'S by I hi; peoples on Ilicii' flovorn- niL'iHs Hunks. ;nuJ insurance air linos LI lit 1 tclepliuLie aiul telegraph A .sovereign Quiboc would tlie (locumenl Iml ovor, at no cosl, physical j mcnt levels wmild bo main-' such as [lost of-, taitied hccnusc such companies (ices, railway equipment, can- ah, porls mitt airpovls. iirobk'in of developing, the abaiulon MonlL'eal for Tonmlo would liavc lo brancb offices iti Quebec. not liiiiguiiiiG would pcar "because SO per cent of nil business vs'O'.lht !JL' ilnilL1 in FreiH'li." The manifesto says privalc as telephone, k'l- c'iirapli and cnhlc television cordinue use Quebec government cables; Inil they would lie closely KM-H. by a tfausmission tion. have (lie money mid the I men to realize Ilic economic pol- icy we are proposing." Ihe doc1-: umpiit says. "Capital is not lacking. 1ml the conlrol and channeling of tliis capital is no', in our hands." Other proviMons I'm'tinucd in the manifesto include: or Ibc Canada Hank Acl lo substitute the Mordi Jj.lllrt ml lu .-munmllll; I Quebec for Canada; the num luo-per-ccni control over newspapers, radio, U'levision, and pub- i hshing houses is held by Quo- i liuanec compa- nies spceialmilj; in small lyjiiSj lo consumers; a II a n k ol Quebec to inlluence fiscal atid monetary policy in much Ilic same way as Hie Hank of Can- ada: an Industrial Reor- ganization Corp. In manage stale-controlled operations: a code of richls for consumers to control advcrlisiug, support co-opera- livc venturer anil distribute cer- tain products such as milk ami drugs at no cost to Ihe con-suin- cr.s; (ho age ol retire- ment lo CO or 5j years, ami "dc- cnllnral. artistic and athletic acilMiios. Jacques I'arizcau, economic adviser and president of Hie ex- ecutive council, said tile mani- festo was published so that fin- ancial circles, and particularly international financial circles, would know what policies lo ex- pect under a PQ government. He said he expects "tricks" from the business community to try lo keep the PCJ. which holds soven of.lOii scats in the Quebec national assembly, out of power. "Bui it is all in the game. They want to keep Ihe country together and we to sepa- rate it." i're- AMERICAN MOTORS THE GREATEST GUARANTEE IN THE INDUSTRY ALL 1972 mm.S CARRY A 1 Year, Mile Guarantee IF anylliing goes wrong in fhis fine and il'i the factory's foulf it will be fixed NOTICE TO AU RAMBLER AMERICAN MOTOR CAR AND JEEP OWNERS On Now and Continuing Thru April ANNUAL FREE OTTAWA (CD C. M. Mont'enl police apainsl i aclinfi cxleniiil affairs mior Castro's accusations. mil telephone and ccgl ipl (lie fed- lie said tie would not judge wouru he ,it least 50ieral govcmmcn[ is ml Mr. nrury's Friday statement 1 Montreal police for police ac-' "except lo say that for my part lions following a homliing al Ihe I cannot consider Ilial llicrc arc Cuban trade in grounds lo east any blame Montreal last Tuefday whaSnci-or on the Montreal po- "Tlicy acted in perfecily liec." failh in Ihe execution ol Ilieir I Mr. Drury said Saturday Ihat ilulies." Mr. Drury said in an the federal povermuenl IK "nol levcllini; an.v hbme nn the po- Six Cubans were arrested lico eitlicr." allor a bomb exploded killing There seemed lo have been a one Cuban guard and injuring lack of public knowledge aboul another man in a building the diplomatic inmuniily of the where the Iratle commission is trade commission, located. Cuban Premier Fidel Castro charged Montreal with using "brutal and fascist meth- ods" in the inveslitjalinn and Mr. Drury apologized Friday to Cuba for Ihe ''intrusion" by po- lice into the trade commission. SPRtNG CAR CLINIC Thii will allow you 1o have faclory trnirud checlt tQr completely wilii a 10 cVir-tk nl no coil, cr cny obligation fo you, o'jr