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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fritfoy, Jonuary 26, 1973 THE Bourassa says minority gof't good for Canada By AL COLLETTI NEW YORK (CP) Premier Robert Bourassa of Quetiec, says a minority government I may well be a good thing for Canada in the lorn run because it will "pay attention to the needs" of various regions. The 39-year-old premier j stepped up his efforts to bring fresh foreign capital to Quebec i while addressing top I" S. busi-' nessmen at a dirner cf ihe Eco-. nomic Cl'jb "f New York. He told more irian 7iXi busi- nessmen that Quebec canr-ot de- velop its economy alone arid mi-Si look to the private sector for capita! to provide jobs for a growing labor force, o: v.hich more than hah" is under "Our priority remains firs: and foremost ecor.onic de- velopment." he said. "But we must step up our efforts tc Guide fo'.ir' gro'.vrh hiah technology sectors sr.d indus- trial areas where our economy has been weaker. "We must Generate this long- term goal while Ln the short run. to em- ployment. Government cannot do everything alone. It mjst operate with the assistance and the re-oporanon o: the pri- vate sector. Bourassa said Quebec re- mains a p'ace for foreip asd t-e to "make quite a fish: of it" ;o see that it stays th'.-t way. QIERIED ELECTION" During a questioning period, some fears expressed that Canada now is at a political crossroads, vrith separatism slronger in Quebec and feder- alism weaker as a result of the federal election last October which returned Prime Minister Trvdeau to power without a ma- jority. Bourassa discounted any in- crcase in separatism and said that, if anything, he believes Ot- tawa will emerge stronger in the end. In his ispeech. he said his gov- ernment has repeatedly sup- ported federalism but some changes in the old system will hEve to be made. While Quebec's stand in con- stirjikaal negotiations can dif- fer from the jxisition put for- v.crd by other Canadian prov- inces and federal authorities, "this does not mean that Quebe- cers wairt tc isolate themselves from their fellow citizens." "Bui rather, they want to reinforce the federal system by progressive redevelopment of our political institutions.1' The results of the last federal election can "without a doubt1' be interpreted as a sign of re- of regionalism in Can- ada, he said. In that view, the population soes the central government as ore more distant from t h e reality of everyday life. "Trie Canadian federal sys- tem must thus respond as soon r.s possible to the aspirations of Canadians from all regions." DRIVERS FED IT SUVA. Fiji (Renter 1 Bus drivers here are threatening to refuse to work st weekends be-! of assault and abuse by drunken passengers. MERCHANDISE ON SALE TONIGHT 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. 1 Hat trick Cheeky c-.icsdee performs hat trick ei George Little in Vcncsjvers Stcriley Tiny bird kept checd cf ether porl< birds with peanut breakfast. ________ Tangerine Gold Plaids SPECIAL! WOODEN STORAGE CHIST BRADFORD DELUXE HAND MiXER ENTEP TOUR ANTIQUES AND COUECTABIES NOW for the 1973 Antique Auctions JUAL AUCTION SERVICES BOX 1545, CRE5TON, B.C. Farmers promised aid -Reg. 69.68 SPECIAL -Avocado -Harvest Gold -Reg. 17.94 SPECIAL REGEv'.A 'CF' Promised and to lunit sperwing iodsy leg ers Lt -Gov. e gislBUra to young farm-; b election campaign? high- to open ses- TS build pi-pttable enterprises lighted the speech read the The Eeneral thrust of t h e i speech." outline the New Den- his style he farm econo E2d UH in srnsll cities aid towns. B'it resource cevelopment. dusrry and tra portauon and education a have bet-ri earmarked f changes. Froriosed legislauon control e.enion expenses candidates was called the SPECIAL! HOCKEY STICKS -Louisvilla Slugger -Power gloss -Reg. 3.96 SPECIAL CRAFTMASTER PAINT-BY-NUMBER SET -Reg. 1.66 SPECIAL SPECIAL! ESCAPADE TALC ZELLER'S COUNTY FAIR BOXED CHOCOLATES 'Keilecrlng the gcvK-mneit's policy of preserving the family iana which it sees as tie back- bore re SaskatcJe-aa's eco- normr. life, is a to 112- pletnerjt an Agricultural LJ- ceDtives Act. The act irouid set un a pro- grara called which tro'jld offer f credit relatre to iivestoc's throueh a of The prograiii it possible for I fanners to put toce'Jier the essary resources to be-rorr.e suc- cessiul aijd i MISSES' MELTON CLOTH COATS Tax for coinpaiie OTTAWA id" ch-ncc ;o overrtir.icr. SM-d acains: rsy.rc ;Ne u-tvr- ccit lax for p.idfrs it ;ts Cr.nbnvk. B C r-.-.-c oxmrt Tiie revenue hi: nnnisiiv. ihr.t He opened up the north with baling wire.'canvas and courage and maybe the thought of Lethbridge Old StyIe_Pilsner waiting when he made it back home. Alberta's original Pilsner has logged a lot of miles and quenched a lot of thirsts in nearly fifty it tastes as'good today as it did way-back-when. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men who appreciate the down-to-earth flavour of an honest, old-time beer. Try it. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDCE Kll.i.s SllinillAM. Five -Sires 5 to 13 -Blue -Red -Yellow and Plaids -Reo. (o 29.88......... H GIRLS' NYLON PANTS S to 14 Purple -White -Reg. 3 9 SPECIAL SPECIAL BOYS' AND GIRLS' JEANS -Siia 4 to 6x .-Double knss (cp siitching FAIR SPECIAL! MEN'S PLAfD WORK SHIRTS -AsMrted plcid colors M.LXL. NOW SPECfALi PHENTEX YARN colors -2 bolls per pkg. peck -Reg. 1.14 1 boil pko. SPECIAL PXC-. SPECIAL! HOT PUNCH MATERIAL SPECIAL! TRIPLE WINNER MATERIAL -45 SPECIAL PER YD. -Keg. 5 96 SPECIAL SPECIAL! Bedspread Clearance pattrms nnd colors -Reg. to IS.S3 NOW ZeHer s County Ir.-ri'fri ii 7cl ri Cf nirp On Mcypr Opn 9 cm. IP 6 p.n and Fr dc-v 9 o to 9 p ;