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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHSRIDCB Tujsday Jonuory 16, 1973 Tories believe Trudeau I tor university trials trying to split party OTTAWA (CPi Tliere are some Conservatives who think th.it Prime Minister Trudeaii's controversial "national unity" speech last week was the start pf a caniDaign to bring about a split in their party. Mr. charged some unnamed Conservatives with trying to divide Canada during the recent election ar.d he went on to say they would have ar opportunity to ice." as announced in the is fundamental to throne speech. Informants say j Canada. it may bo in the form of a simple resolution. In his speech. Mr. Tnideau said he was looking forward to that occasion "when members of the opposition with miajii- mity. I hope. support not only the Official Languages Act. which is the law of the '2nd. but the principle which underlies our faith in that act, and applv stand up and be counted v.-tien i this Official Languages Act in the House is asked ro confirm mMy Orher areas ivhere it is the basic principles of the Offi- I cial Languages Act. i He made it clear the govern- Some MPs argue there is no I would or falfon the principle of the which we do not think this coun- try can continue to remain uriicd." When Mr Trudeau said this, Allan Lawrence asked: NEW ARCHIVES ACQUISITION dzguerrerfyps, a piciu'S rrcce by on ecriy 2 ?cers in dc-.sr.town circa 1351. i' krc--..-, a ciryscape end was purcrcs- Rare picture purchased need for such confirmation, that the act has been in effect since 1969 and its basic principles have never been though the method of imple- meiuatien has often been under fire. "The prime minister remem- bers that 17 of us voted against tr.e act at one stage." says a Conservative. "If he could dera- rnsrratc that our party was di- vided in any way at this time. wouM then be able to dem- MISSOULA. Mont. (API j trial here March 19 on c'jarges "roup o[ Montana diverting federal student-aid and professional men h all .use ot the athletk department. hunched a drive lo raise money i Dr Conrad Orr nMd of the ____.......__ for the defence of three Vm-ldefer.ee fund group, said today Mr. Trudeau's the vcrsity of Montana officials who I the defendants will pay their he normally trial- own layers' fees. The money The university officials, one raised by the defence fund any divided opinions that" may whom is athletic director would go to research that each n 10 stco.d could draw on. unity of' Some Conservatives feel that Ir. Trudeau's the ,-pe he normally clearly designed to bring out exist in the Conservative party! Swarthout. are But when it conies to a vote on the principles of the act, i there is unlikely to bo any split, party sources say. Many of the j 17 who voted against it in 1969 are no longer in Parliament. More important, the govern- in e n t recently announced i changes in the act's implemen- j tation which erases many of the i original complairts HORN'ER OPPOSED Or.e of the 17 who voted against the act at one stage was Jack Homer i nfren considered to be the J leader of thai group. But Mr. "Does the prime minister think Homer's criticism was largely that the act is svnraymous with national Tr.e er.: vas 10 r-uzdrfiis c-i" ten K.rizr :c whether c ir ie'ir'.TC the took :he pict'jre. Tr.e process was by Xicephore Xicrce Louis Basuerre in ard istil :re vs-hoi: overLaken "7 Today's black or sepia-toced oa a surfEce. HARE archives said out- "-S'-vs cr rare, except for piercres of centred on the fact that there was no assurance imilinsual VOICES SURPRISE WUjd CCt teV "The answer is a very simple When the government yes." the prime minister re- recently gave such assurances, castrate that the Liberals are plied. ''I am surprised the hon- and. in effect, postponed the im- indeed the partv of national un- orable member should have' plementation date by Uiree asked years. Mr. Homer said ibis was Amid his heated attack en the exactly what he asked for back Conservatives for their alleged in 1969. when he said the origi- divisivecess on national unity, nal 1975 career, would cause too he said he wanted to introduce many disruptions. Mr. Lswrence to Claude Wag- .ner i so he would understand the act CABINET UNDECIDED So far the cabinet has not de- cided how to ask the House "to rorfirm the basic principles of the government's program for in the public serv- it's done too he argued, "some people are hound to suffer." Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proien (o shrink heniorrhoiQ5...and repair damaged tissue. A rer.c D :r (Bio- i- r I d 1 B D i P-c ?n H. P -r- nH I r e n. HO uz. T o IT Preparation Niagara Falls. rhcer of this vie- o{ assed :hs ar- Project director j may go to jail a L.S. WCHLC i: is abcu: by f-- jiches sire, ard rc-v raris easiiy as best in the ED1IO.N debo. Bob Towrser.c Mer- icuf a'ccui FJp- 2-rctr: co-. Mr. Cravvfcrc said crd -.rill 1 he rECC'rrirc-i the con- fer r He said a ycu i 1L-. CrsTf-rd. :.-.e '.erer. jec: is ST. L- said furdir.: -vss ie-j-.: haired He said if the ar.d Drjg have -jp :o alcoholics intends to eszcblish :c-ur tie Xt.v c: N U.S. is a smail wrtrair cf Sir A. Macccnaid. Canada's pri e rjiiriiter. aho1-- the c: piece ar.d en- d L- a goid lockec. s archives iziow that in X 1342. the U.S. ar.d Canada when zg :he bound- be-.--veen the nro CCTjrtries e Maritirre Provincss acd tnglar.d. Edward Ar.thoty Yorj WES hired by the soverrrr.ect to make the Predicts clavs niimliered for cars TORONTO Maids though Gersral Motors Corp. Motors of has se: z has mace a commitmer.L to 1S75 cf in CvO of the V-'anke! er.jire as an rctar.--er.rl-.e in L- is 1973rr.ocel Vegas. Cazacs. John Brc--.v-e. cirec- i.f. said the Volis- tor ;r.c ger.sral sv.s. fa-.e North XT.erica the He 2 ccr.cer.t in :ha: the d.r." cf f -anssortarior.. No-v the retary- po-.vered are rum- er.rlr.e corcec: s'-veep the berec in North Arr.er.ca. coziuEer demand "me entire principle was to po'.ver tre io- Msz.a i-sei; will corr-otive. Tre rciE-y crdr.e of piston- was cesirr.ed to pov. er an rij- er.-rir.e cars sr.d tracks tonjcbile." r.sxt tv.o years. Maila expects to sei! :3.CO; W.rh b the ex- Tico deputy ministers appointed EDMONTON 'CPi The ap- of two asisiar.! dep- wty ir.LnisiHS in the de- was today by Labor Minister Bert Hohof. R. B. becorr.es as- sistan: deputy mirier for labor -.vhile retaining his Dcsiticn as chairman of the Alberta Board of Iijcusrriai Relations. Dr. R. A. Mansfield, the form- er executive director of power, assumes the dirjes of depurv- mirjster for Dr. Hohol said the sects were part of the ceoart- mtni's organizational plan to ir.io three main areas of concern ard that ap or an assistant dep- ury for safety sur- veys was expected by the erri cf March. Special Government Telecast -X of interest lo home ownen, renters and farmers at p.m. on'yoor local TV station Welfare hills in Montana legislature KELEXA. ".2; or '.velisre bills are to ccrr.e up ;or fir.al passage ir.is :n :.ke Mor.tar.a iegisla- 1 ture. The prosrair.s would co.-t about Slti nillicn. nf 1 Mor.tar.a'j! share v.-ould lo s.12 mi'J-or.. -A-ould extend wel- :'.-irs -upport :o chiMren depriv- r.-l r.f ?'.irpori. duo to cr.r.iir.uc-d The would expand medical RS- >i.siar.ce to r.ectiy persons n'bo ur.rier 21 or ir.t-'.icib'.e for Students protest MADRID, Spain fa- universities went, on Mr.nrlny to protest e si-.arp ir.rro.i.sc1 in trr.n-'pnria'ion nr.fl mcnl crisis, university sources said. Guaranteed Iff Batteries Pick your Power, Pick your Price, 36 Month Guarantee Reg. 523.99 to ?25.99 ex. installed 54 Month Guarantee I.S9 I Re9. S29.9S to 531.98 ex. installed 5 Year Guarantee inslolled Having Engine trouble? cr- I bi_y c pctcl-ed-'j job. cr trade Jo' Sears Engines with hesds have an cf 2-i COO cr 2J r-c-ihs. Save 45c Gas Line Anti Freeze Save 13c All-Season Motor Oil 66c Rtg. -1-cz. ccn Reg. ql. Scvc 76c 10 87c Qualily 011 Pilfers 1.11 2.22 Reg. SI.98 lo 55 98 Save 40c S.T.P. Oil Treatment 99c Reg. Simpsons-Sean you set the finest MflilKiton or nwwy rtTundtd and frw delivery our llve-O-ebxr SERVICE S7A7ION HOUUS C o.m. lo 4 p.m. Doily Thuriday and Friday until 9pm.- Ccnin Villagt 5nd Avc. and 13Jh Si. N. ;