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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 3, 197^ - THE lETHBRIDGE HERAID - 21 Missed important issue Levesque raps press coverage of conference ' MONTREAL (CP) - Rene Levesque, leader of the Parti Quebecois, has criticized The Canadian Press and Toronto newspapers for their coverage of a conference in Toronto last weelcend on relations between Quebec and the rest of Canada. Mr. Levesque, in his column in Journal de Montreal, says CP, the Toronto Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star missed an WARM AND WET - Near normal and above normal temperatures can be expected to cover most of the country for December according to the 30-day weather outlook of the United States weather bureau. Above normal precipitation is expected for the Maritimes, portions of Ontario and Quebec, with the rest of the country receiving near normal readings. B.C. housing project okayed OTTAWA (CP) - The federal government has agreed to pay 75 per cent of the cost of a housing project at Port Albemi, B.C., Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced today. Tenders for the project, which vsdll provide 23 subsidized rental units for families with low incomes, will be let by the province. B.C. will pay the remain-uig 25 per cent. LOW COST HOUSING A City of Lethbridge^, Alberta and Federal Government Subsidized Project DEVEIOPED BY HOIGER FRANSDEN $600 Down Payment on 2 Bedroom $665 Down Payment on 3 Bedroom $4,000 to $6,000 Income Qualification PHONE 327-7464 FOR MORE DETAILS! Permanent grave site for RFK WASHINGTON (AP) - More than three year's after an assassin's bullet ended his life. Senator Robert F. Kennedy's remains have been placed in a permanent grave in Arlington National Cemetery. Officials said Wednesday the new site is located about 100 feet south of the original grave and 125 feet from the grave of his older brother. President John F. Kennedy. The senator's widow, Ethel, and younger brother, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, were present for the transfer of the remains Tuesday nigiht. The new gravesite, marked with a simple, white wooden cross as the temporary one had been, consists of a granite-paved wailkway leading from the late president's burial place to a semi-circular plaza paved with granite blocks. A small reflecting pool on the east side is bordered by a granite wall eai-graved with quotations of the late senator. The government paid slightly more than a fovurth of the $747,000 spent for the permanent gravesite, and the Kennedy family paid the rest. President Kennedy's grave cost $2.4 million, of which the government paid $1.8 million. FOR SALE! SMALL BUSINESS BLOCK  Gross Income Over....................$5,000  Taxes .............................. $1,100  2 Good Leases  Can be made Into 3 stores  Located in South Lethbridge. Phone McKILLOP AGENCIES 327-7464 FOR MORE DETAILSI Hawaiian composer dies at 70 LOS ANGELES (AP) -Hawaiian entertainer Johnny Kaaihue, professionally known as Johnny Ukulele, has died in hospital here. Kaiaihue, 70, founded The Royal Hawaiians iniusical group which toured North America for nearly 35 years before disbanding in 1955. He was also the composer of Hawaiian songs including Aloha, My Love and Farewell to My Islands. Kaaihue also appeared on such television shows as Hawaii Calls and Hawaiian Eye. lEl THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Introduces . . . EVENING STUDY DEGREE PROGRAMS Beginning in the 1972 Spring Semester, i'he Faculty of Arts and Science will offer the regular B.A. degree by evening study, initially there will be six major areas of study ~ Political Science, History, English, Sociology, Art and Psychology, Course offerings from most other departments will also be available. Admission Requirements: OR a) Regular matriculation or equivalent standing b) Mature student category - open to any person over 21 years of age, without matriculation APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION SHOULD BE MADE NOW CONTACT: Continuing Education (329-2244) Faculty of Arts and Science The University of Lethbridge (West Campus) important point in the conference dealkg wth the political status of Quebec. The Parti Quebecois leader says he asked Barnett Dan-son, Liberal member of Parliament for Yorlc North and parliamentary secretary to Prime Minister Trudeau, to define what IVIr. Trudeau meant when he spoke during a recent visit to Quebec and Levis of the possibility of a referendum on the political status of Quebec. Mr. Levesque aslced if a plebiscite or referendum to determine whether Quebec becomes a separate state should be conducted in Quebec or on a Canada-wide basis. "The answer ... came clearly and straight from a man wIk) is not just anyone," Mr. Levesque writes, quoting Mr. Danson as saying: "In my opinion, any eventual referendum of the p o 1 i t i c a 1 status of Quebec could not take place elsewhere than only in Quebec. A national referendum would be nonsense. ..." Mr. Levesque also criticized tlie Toronto papers for not reporting a statement he attributed to State Secretary Pelletier. He says Mr. Pelletier was aslced whether the federal government could oppose by force a move to independence by Quebec if the step province approved such a by democratic process. He quotes the state secretary as replying: "All I can say is that I would never form part of a govern-mnt which would act thus." The statement was not carried in the CP report of the debate. 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