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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December 4, 1374 THt LCIMBHIUUC HLHALU Separate school trustees charge discrimination Rockets will be fired into 4hole in the sky' QUEBEC PREMIER RQBERT BOURASSA, LEFT, TALKS WITH PREMIER JACQUES CHIRAC OF FRANCE IN PARIS. CALGARY (CP) Rural separate schools are being discriminated against by ex- isting school boundaries, the Alberta Catholic School Trustees Association (ACSTA) charged in a brief presented to a provincial ad- visory committee on municipal and school boon- Quebec, Ottawa differ on uranium sale OTTAWA (CP) The federal government rejected -suggestions Tuesday that the .government of Quebec has the say on uranium exports France. Any uranium export agree- ment between the province and France will require "'approval from Ottawa before it goes into effect, 'Energy Minister Donald Macdonald told reporters. He was reacting to state- ments made by Premier Robert Bourassa that when it comes to exporting energy the province "is in a position of power" and Ottawa merely fulfills "the role of a customs officer." "I think he is understating federal the minister said. "The federal govern- ment has the responsibility for approving all nuclear facilities." Mr. Bourassa made the comments in Paris where he is talking with French govern- ment officials about the possibility of building a uranium enrichment plant in Quebec, exporting the products to France. "If Quebec does not authorize the exploration (for uranium) there wili be no possibilities for exports, therefore it is us who have the determinate the premier is quoted as saying. But a spokesman for the Atomic Energy Control Board, a federal said Quebec will need approval from the board both to build the plant and to export uranium. Mr. Macdonald said any sale must be covered by safeguard controls before Ot- tawa will give approval. Such controls are aimed at ensur- ing none of the nuclear material is diverted for use in manufacturing nuclear ex- plosives. The whole question of government safeguard policy is currently under review by cabinet and no new export? of uranium or sales of Canadian- designed nuclear reactors will be approved until it is com- pleted. Mr. Bourassa .told the Quebec National Assembly last week the plan might in- volve spending of up to billion, half to cover the capital cost of the enrich- ment plant, with the other half needed to develop an ad- ditional megawatts of hydroelectric power for use in the enrichment process. Mr. Macdonald said of- ficials of his department have met with French government representatives, but he described the meeting as "consultation rather than negotiation." Seasons Greetings and Best Wishes to you in 1975 FINANCING AVAILABLE 16.94% CHARGEXand MASTER CHARGE on or more VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS 904-7th Ave. South Phone 329-4545 Groceries Next Door at Wiisons and VANTA'S RANCHLAND MEATS Westminster Shopping Plaza Phone 328-0637 FINANCING AVAILABLE 16.94% CHARGEXand MASTER CHARGE on or more AT VANTA'S YOUR PRICES ARE Your freezer beef Experts will cut your meat according to your own instruction. Come in and look while your beef is being cut. It's a good way to become acquainted with your staff at Vanta's. FRANCES GOUW Sides of Cut, wrapped quick frozen Ib. 99 LINDA PIDRUCHNEY SPECIAL! DUTCH ROLLADES -IL FRESH HERRING Ib. ESTHER HOUGHTON 79 ;