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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ikurvtay, April 30, THC LETMMIDCt HttMO _ Who Will Have The Last Cheer In Quebec? SLKPY TIME GUY A Cambodian rests in o foxhole during battle for I he Viet Cong-held town of Saang, IB south of Phnom Penh. The Viel Cong held Saong for nearly one before abandoning H lo advancing Cambodian troops. Commission To Decide If Government At Fault EDMONTON (CP) of reference for a provincial royal commission caTI for it to determine whether the Alberia government should compensate an Edmonton real estate sites- man for business losses. salesman, R. J. Philh> vas expelled in J966 frnin membership in the Edmonton Hea> Estate Board Co-opera- tive Listings Buieau Lid., a .company incorporated under Trudeau OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau said today the Quebec ejection returns prove without doubt that Quebecers in favor of faha This .was shown not only in (be "huge landslide" for the liberals, be told reporters, bul also m the vote for the Credi fetes. Mr: Trudeau, on his my to a cabinet meeting, said a lot of people who voted for the sepa nflst Fat U NHG no TcSng for separatism bet for i change n-wn ttr old parties. The essence of the election W3f united Canada an d a rirong mandate U> one part: which believed in federalism The prime minister said the separatist vote was no doufa dir; to many generations frustration and anguish. These reelings would not disappea: overnight. Mr. Trudeau said Canadians should not be on tenterhooks afaou t a continued separatist movement in Quebec. DANGER NOT PAST But neither should. they be complacent (hal trie danger was pvinoal co-operatives legisla- Uoo- After his expulsion, Mr. Phil- izyk appealed iV redress to .Iberia. Ombudsman George B. IcLellan, who conducted lengthy investigation and re- ported some weeks ago to the lovenuneot. The government, Mr. McLd- an says, declined to accept ris recommendations and in- stead said ft would appoint a royal commission to inquire" in- the case. The inquiry, under retired Supreme Court .Chief Justice C. .C.' McLaurin, was appointed Tuesday. The legislature, to which the provincial Ombudsman is res- ponsible, asked Jlr. o hold off making public his recommendations on UK case until Ihe McLaurin inquiry has completed its work. Mr. McteUah says Albertans an "rest assured" that he will publish his report recom- mendations in full when the McLauria inquiry ends. The McLaurin commisaon has been instructed to look into the question of wbeUier the Ed- monton Real Estate Board Co- op was properly incorporated a Co-operative It a to determine 'also: Whether the government or any of its officials abould or should not hivs approved the Real Estate Co-operative's by- laws. -Whether the Own should be aHowtti W retain these by- laws in their preserjt form. any changes should be made in the Alberia Co-operative Asjodations Act or in administrative procedures under the act. there was any causal connection between any wrongful expulsion (of Mr. Phil- pzyk) from in the Cdmonton Real Estate Board Co-operative listing! Bureau QUEBEC (CP) The sudden o 11 a p s e of Premier. acques Bertraod's Uai Na- ocale party has given both fed falists and separatist some- ling to cheer abouL It remains to be seen vto vill lave the test cheer. Robert Bourasca's liberals, {ucbec's most federalist party, TO 71 of the IM kpslalure seats in Wednesday's general election as the Unoa Natiooate sank to It. But Reoe LertKpx's separa- tist ParU Quebecois aUracled nearly a quarter of the a moral rictoiy fur bja new party. Seven separatists were elected. In terms of popular vote the separatist party is from, the miniscule Prime Minister Tru- deau once said it was. Tbe Parti Quebeccis has become the lead- ing opposition party in tliis re- gai-d. Even tbougli Mr. Levesque himsell was defeated, he could taie consulation in seeing his party become the main opposi- tion force to Ihe Liberals in their stronghold on Montreal Is- land. Roark Elected 1PA President CALGARY (CP) Gene president of Husky Oil Ltd., has been elected president of the fndependeol Petroleum Association of Canada. He succeeds Carl 0. Nickle, president of Codck Petroleums Limited and publisher of Ibe Daily Oil Bulletin, a trade pa- per. Mr. Roark bae been invclvef In the oil industry since 1942 a o d has been associated with Husky for more thaa 10 yean Slroni: Quc. Vote Result Significant VERMILLIO.N, (CP) Pre- mier Harry Slrom said Wednesday Ihe victory of the Liberal party in the" Quebec jrovincial election was "signi- icant." IT Speaking at a banquet here 111 100 miles cast c[ Edmonton, COMES FROM ORIENT Tbe apricot is native to China and Japan. The Credilistes, also a (edc-r- alist parly, vvorj 13 sfats in Ihek first foray inlo provincial poli- tics in Quebec. They gathered 11 per cent ot the popular vote, almost all of it in rural Quebec. Thirty-five per pent of Que- becers voted against the two traditional parlies. This wave of pretest virtually flattened the Union Katlocale, but the Liber- a.'j hcW firm. Mr. Bourassa's victory pales Eoroewhat when regarded in terms of popular Tbe Liberals got about 4t per cent o' th: vote, less than in 1966 when ijKy won oaly 50 seats. In effect Liberal landslide is explained by a cordxniljon of the party's em strength, (he Union National's weakness and the CredHisle ar.d separatist i are not separatists, and that Snow Stops Mr. Slrom said it was impor- tant "Ihe people of Quebec sup- port ihe feoiral government." "The last thing I wcuM ever think c[ as premier of Alberia is a disunited be said. "My responsibility is to work to get the provinces together without'compromising pur own position and ignoring poli- tical expediency." In Calgary, Peter Lougbeed, Alberta Progressive Conserva- tive party leader, said he is re- lieved to a stable situation in Quebec, wilh a majority gov- past, even though Quebec would continue to vote overwhelmingly in favor of Canada anil rederal- jsm. The vote was also a vole for a government to help Ihe 'province out 'of its ecnmic dif- ficulties. Mr. Trudeau prmjsed federal co-operation. On his arrival al his office, Mr. responded with enormous grin and quick "yes" when asked hy a reporfer whether he liked the Quebec re- ablt. Ohio State Students On Rampage Ohio (AP) Small bands of students clashed ewi'y today with police in the Ohio State University am after seren youths were shot, scores were arrested and National Guard hoops were calkd in to mtore mrJer on the ortipus. Gov. James A. Rhodes calkd np troops Wednesday, of violence in- ynd more than SO persons, in- cluding 2! policemen, and cwwrf widespriad rlamage. Spckeamen at University Grant honpiufe said three of tfwse shot were in hospital. Five ef those wounded by gunfire students. Police said about 2M persofis were arrested. ARREST STARTS IT The violence apparently itarted after the arrest of a stu- dent leader when a group o youths set up a barricade a I a etmpus entrance. and the fact (hat his body was incorporated under Ihe Co-Op- Associations Act, or the 'act that its supplemental by- am in their present form were approved by an officer, or officers, of the government." Whether Mr. PhUipzjk was wrongfully expelled, and if so whether the provincial government should provide cora- to him! The order-in-council establish- ing the McLaurin Commission states that Ombudsmin McLel- lan alleged, that Mr.. Philipiyk was "wrong.'uUy expelled" from the Real Estate Co-op. The order says Mr. McLellan re- commended that the govern- ment, compensate Mr. Phifip- for the resulting loss of income. The Obudsman, in his sub- mission lo Ihe government, sug- gested that an official of (he department of industry and tourism should ,not have per- mitted the Real Estate to Incorporate as a co-opera- tive association, "or alternately should not have approved of 1U supplemental bylaws." The orrler-in-council says the real estate board has indicated that It can establish that it is properly incorporated, that its bylaws are suitable, and thai Mr. Philipzyk was fairly dealt with. Driver Killed Near Cayley CAYLEY (CP) jakj Eatz. 21, the nearby McMillan Hutterite colony, was tDed when a fruck he was driving left i municipal road, overturn- ed in a dilch and burned. Cayley is 33 riu'lej sooth of Calgary. By The Caoadiai Press Winds still were strong in Saskatchewan today but the sno wthal has snareld traffic for the last two days had stop- pad falling in most places. Moose Jaw, where inch es of snow fell in a IrVnour pe- riod during the worst of the storm, faced the biggest dig ging-out problems and shovel lers were active. In Regina, winds were gust iog to m o r e than 30 miles an hour and sties overcast Temperatures were in the 30s. vole in several ridings. The Question now is whether some kind of a coalition form between the urban-based Parti Qacbccois and the rural- based Union Nalionale, a dimin- ishing electoral force in Quebec sioce 1956. A number of Union Nalionale members, including Education Minister Jean-Guy Cardinal ard IrtergovemmenUl Affairs Min- ister Marcel Masse, have flirted with separatism and may liy to line up their party with Mr. Le- vesque's growing group. Thii political situation mil .ecp up the pressure for corsti- u'.ional change despite wbal could be regarded as an em ihatic rejection of separatism >y Quebec voters. MOST FAVOK UNION As a referendum on independ ence, one might argue that the election slowed al least hvo birds o[ Quebecers in fsvor of iecping Quebec within Canada This assumes that some who voted for the Parti Quebecois some who voted for the Union Rationale are not federalists. Mr. Bourassa had pledged to make federalism work for the proa-ferity of Qucbecers. He want] money from Ottawa and says be will conduct "tlght- isied" constitutional negotia- tions. The Liberal leader may be sole lo siphon au ay some of ilr. Levesque's j-outh support >y rejuvenating the public serv- ce at Quebec City, deraortJiied ur.der the Uipn Ilis immediate (asks include '.he making of a cabinet. He has 71 legislature members lo choose from, but most are, hie himself, without cabinet experi- ence. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Metropolitan IWo. EXPERIENCED TIRE SERVICEMAN Permanent position in modern well equipped store. Good starling salary for ombi.tious man. 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