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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdnaiday, January 13 ,1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 Franco fires general MADRID (Reuter) - Head of state Gen. Francisco Franco dismissed from his post Tuesday a right-wing general who last week made a public attack on government policy and the international Roman Catholic lay organization Opus Dei. An army ministry decree published in the official state bulle- tin, and signed by Franco, announced that Lt.-Gen. Fernando Rcw'rigo Cifuentes had lost his post as commander of the Granda divisional military region. Informed sources said the army minister, Lt.-Gen Juan Castanon, and the government had been angered by a speech made by Rodrdgo Cifuentes at a rally of former servicemen in Granada. He made a thinly-disguised attack on politicians belonging to the Opus Dei, implied that government ministers were not doing their job properly and criticized the Roman Catholic Church. GAST FURNITURE & DRAPERY "Your Home Harmony Center" JANUARY The Boss Is Away So Save Like Never Before BEDROOM SUITES AS LOW AS $199 Chesterfield Suites AS LOW AS 9229 TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ALSO IN INGRID'S GIRL - She's on camera, too, but unlike her actress mother, Ingrid Bergman, Pia Llndstrom works as a telvision reporter for � New York station. In this photo, she was covering a major fire in the metropolitan area. Quebec plot scheme in notebook MONTREAL (CP) - A plan for the violent overthrow of the Quebec government by 3,600 "guerrillas" organized in five-man cells was presented Tuesday at the seditious libel trial of Robert Langevin, 21. The 20-page notebook, with the word Canada printed on its yellow cover, was entitled Operation Quebec au Combat and contained 11 brief chapters under such headings as Leaders, Members, Armament Destruction, Revolution and Victory. Dr. Rosario Fontaine, a handwriting expert with the Quebec justice department, told a 12 man jury in Court of Queens Bench that the handwriting in the notebook was "identical in every detail to a handwriting specimen police witnesses said they obtained from Langevin. The 21-year-old student from suburban Longueuil is .being tried on a charge of publishing a seditious libel, punishable by 14 years in prison, in the first of the jury trials arising from Quebec's political kidnapping crisis. The plan outlined in the notebook was to be carried out over an 18-month period. Each member of the revolutionary organization was to procure his own weapon and ammunition before offering his services to one of the 50 regional "commandants." The first targets for destruction would be communications networks, electricity sources, bridges and manufacturing plants. The first persons to be killed would be industrialists because, as the notebook put it, "we declared war a long time ago on exploiters and sold-out people." Det.-Sgt. Bernard Frechette of Montreal police testified that he found the notebook under a bookcase during an Oct. 25 raid on an apartment at 4524 Bre-beuf St. in Montreal. CONTAINS LIST One page of the notebook, entered in evidence and shown to a reporter, was entitled The Promise to Our Members, and contained a six-point list: 1. Their names will belong to history. 2. They will be called on to form the first government. 3. They will be in charge of the police farces. 4. They will be in charge of the army. 5. They will be in charge of forming the first municipal governments. 6. They will have the duty of organizing public meetings to inform Quebecers. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Blda. 32M095 ' m %'SECOND ; ANNUAL Unified church proposal receives strong criticism * OCCASIONAL * LAMPS * FURNITURE PICTURES GAST FURNITURE & DRAPERY "Your Home Harmony Center" 1252 3 Ave. S. Phone 327-8079 OTTAWA (CP) - A proposed covenant of union among Anglican, United and Disciples of Christ churches received strong criticism at a public meeting here. One Anglican, Canon C. L. G. Bruce, said he will quit the church if union becomes a reality. Another strong union opponent Dr. C. J. de Catanzaro of Peterborough, a member of the Council of Faith, an Anglican clergy and laity group, said a unified church would be no better than the present Anglican one. He told about 125 persons attending the meeting that he had spent three years on the commission on doctrine for church union, beginning as a "reluctant collaborator" and ending as an "enthusiastic saboteur." However, he admitted that as things stand now, church union will become a reality as early as 1975 or 1976. The plan for union will be introduced at the Anglican general synod at the end of January and later circulated for dis- cussion by members of all three churches. Dr. de Catazaro said bishops in the unified church would be shorn of power and authority we Anglicans know and expect." There would also be the problem of ordination of the ministry in an organization that recognizes all existing ministries. Skilled theologians would be required to answer questions such as apostolic succession. Union would also perpetuate "inherent confusion" of the Western medieval church regarding separation of baptism and confirmation. NEW ItC/l ACCUC0L0R 1971 COLOR 1 ' - Named Archivist OTTAWA (CP) - Wilfred Irvin Smith has been appointed Dominion archivist, the state secretary's department announced yesterday, A native of Port la Tour, N.S., and a graduate of Acadia University, he has been acting archivist for the last two years. He entered the public service in 1950 and has been with the archives since then. The flavor that won the West In Western Canada, Nabob outsells all other ground coffees combined. That':, because Nabob always delivers real coffee value. And quality that never varies, pound after pound after pound. If you want coffee that's first in flavor, first in freshness, buy Nabob t'-i, < W  Walnut Console  locked In Floth Tonot (AccuColor)  locked In Fin* Tuning (AFT)  Limited Quantity I'M, ft , il IS ON 13TH STREET NORTH OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. - CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY twin) Conrad Pkrrall ;