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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Separate budget planned 11 wood it's not a new source of energy for this but just a station wagon carrying an artificial fireplace to the Harvey Teyler home in Minn. Separatist party leader Levesque ponders future CAREERS SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally good opportunity to sell New and Used Chrysler-Plymouth cars and Dodge Trucks. f Hard intelligent young Salesman. Previous experience not necessary. appearance and good atiilude a must. LORNE FRANZ Manager FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th St. and 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 or send resume to P.O. Box Lethbridge The COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE No. 26 Invites Applications for the following TEACHER of FRENCH and OTHER SUBJECTS to be assigned at NOBLE CENTRAL SCHOOL NOBLEFORD Duties to commence January 1974 Applications to be submitted 0- E. Burge. Superintendent of Schools County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th St. Alberta Ofice Residence 328-2581 consultant GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT Proposals are invited from qualified Alberta Consultants for the preparation of a status report on Groundwater Management in Alberta to be used as a background paper for Public Hearings. The document must be suitable for wide public use should define the groundwater resource and consider its current future legislative controls and management alternatives. Closing date for proposals is January 1974 and completion is expected in 9 months from signing of the agreement For further details and terms of please ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 9912 107 Street Alberta Phone 423-2247 ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY By BILL COULTHARD MONTREAL Rene Levesque is still pondering his future as Parti Quebecois leader a month after his se- cond personal election defeat. But he saysrthe leadership question has not brought the party into which could arise if the current leadership were considered if the leader were felt to be out of place or if he were con- sidered to have served his time I think that in our case the only question would be that I've served my time. I'm asking that ques- tion perhaps more than anyone else. So there's no crisis over Mr. Levesque has led the separatist party since its for- mation under his hand in but was defeated in his own riding in 1970 and in last month's provincial election He has also had the dis- appointment of seeing the par- ty win only a handful of seven in 1970 and six last winning healthy shares of the popular vote in each election. But the steadily-climbing share of the vote has been an encouragement was only seven years igo that soverignty was first made an election he said in an interview. In the Rassemblement pour 1'Independence Nationale and the Ralliement both separtist precursors to the Parti polled about six per cent of the vote. In the Parti Quebecois won nearly 24 per cent of the and last month it won just over 30 per cent only seven years inde- pendence went from being a 'revolutionary' concept to an idea that could rally nearly two-fifths of French-Quebec voters and nearly one-third of the whole Quebec pop- he said. PLACE LARGER Another encouraging aspect was that the party still has al- most as many members as it had but with the vir- tual elimination of the opposi- tion parties two Creditistes resisted the 102- seat Liberal sweep of the 110- seat Quebec national assembly Parti Quebecois members will have a greater chance to be heard If Mr. Levesque decides to stay on as party which he has been urged to do by a resolution of the Parti Quebec national he also has to decide whether to seek a seat in the assembly. The council also urged him to do but it would require the resignation of a sitting party member to make way for a byelection. LEASETRUCKS A large Western Canada Mobile Home Manufacturer requires Lease Trucks for hauling Mobile Homes from their factory to Dealer Lots in Western Canada. RATES TO BE DISCUSSED For Further Information Please Contact 'Darwyn Area Code Number 235-3311 Gov't to give science ministry more power By JEFF CARRUTHERS OTTAWA After more than six years of debate on science policy in the federal government is prepar- ing to bring order into the federal house of science that now spends more than billion each year. As part of a dramatic the government plans to give the fledgling federal science ministry more power to co-ordinate science spending and review science according to reliable federal sources. Connally explores chances of 1976 presidential race By CHRISTOPHER LYDON New York Times Service ATLANTA John B. Con- nally's Republican honey- moon ended abruptly last Oct. 10 the day vice-president Agnew resigned and party leaders as different as Gov. Rockefeller of New York and Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona moved with quiet effectiveness to head off Mr. Connally's succession to the vice-presidency. Watergate investigators in Washington are reportedly getting testimony about a Connally role in political fund-raising from the milk industry when the White House was raising milk price supports in 1971. Melvin R. the White House counseler and no Con- nally went so far not long ago as to tell reporters if Connally really wanted to be a presidential he should have stayed in the Democratic Party. a former Texas treasury secretary in the first Nixon administra- tion and leader of the Democrats for Nixon last is still scrambling energetically for a base in the Republican Party. He is apparently finding it in the and he is still exploring the chances of a 1976 presiden- tial race in a growing schedule of speeches to Republican groups around the country Most of the 13 state party chairmen at the Southern Republican conference here last weekend regard Connally as their second-choice can- didate for behind Gov. Ronald Reagan of California. Connally is not talking presidential politics yet even in private with the state chairmen. But he is offering counsel on the recruitment of congressional candidates in 1974 and he is making himself available as a fund-raising attraction next year. In his public speeches im- provisations on a few basic delivered without text or notes the essential elements are competition above change a surprise to people who expect a conventionally message Just as the government plans to establish what some will call a science but what Otawa officials like to call an science And even the cabinet minis- ters will get into the shuffle game. The plan is to arrange cabinet committees so that ministers responsible for science collectively will set- down national science needs and federal research priorities. The dramatic changes are to be mentioned in the Speech from the Throne in January. They will come into effect next year and start affecting federal budgetary planning in 1975-76. Approved already in princi- ple by the changes will implement at least in spirit some of the most impor- tant recommendations con- tained in the final report of the Lamontagne Special Senate Science Policy Committee. The in has decided that Canada's science activities are too important to be left to individual departments and agencies The Lamontagne Committee has criticized federal science as being too uncoordinated and has called for a central co-ordinating mechanism. Under the the gov- ernment would create a new layer of bureaucracy in the budgetary evaluation and ap- proval process. The federal science ministry would become the when it comes to science projects and budgetary proposals. The individual departments and agencies would continue to draw up their program proposals and budgetary re- quirements about a year and one-half ahead of all as one package. The government feels the departments are still in the best position to deter- mine science research and development needs in their particular areas. But before sending the budget package off to Treasury Board for financial approval or the departments would have to all science programs and proposed science expenditures and send them to the science ministry. The science ministry believes an science budget is better and different than a science rec- ommended by the Lamon- tagne committee. A separate science budget would be planned in a whereas science is supposed to be part of broader federal activities. The science ministry would review all of the science pro- grams to determine whether there is any overlap or any gaping holes in research and development. The ministry would deter- mine whether sufficient research was being funded in light of the cabinet's es- tablished science needs and priorities. The ministry would then suggest including additions if and send the plans back to the for re-assembly into the total budget package going to Treasury Board. Science Ministry experts be- lieve the scheme will give the government a much-needed the budgetary analysis. By the time Treasury Board gets to look at it is really the Science Minister Jeanne Sauve is a member of Treasury Board and can veto science programs at thai stage. And the science ministry already acts as a special budgetary advisor to Treasury board on science but again after the budgets are submitted to Treasury Board for final analysis and approval. The government doesn't plan to establish a new inter- ministerial committee on sci- as the Lamontagne com- mittee but to use existing cabinet com- mittees to allow ministers responsible for science to determine collectively what the federal government should be doing in science. Government experts suggest that only one other department now has the types of powers that will be given to the science ministry with respect to that is the finance which co-ordinates what all departments will do from an economic point of view. SKILLED ENTER CANADA In Canada welcomed physicians and surgeons. 72 dentists and 905 dental and medical physicians as immi- grants Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by Block Bros. Realty Ltd. Sears HOLIDAY TO Choose from a large selection of Palazzo Dresses and Skirts. Beautiful holiday party dresses priced to meet your budget. Juniors and half sizes. 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