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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Manpower across- Canadn, range clearing i Minister Allan MacEachm an-1 at Canadian forces bases Gage- m tinted in the Commons Thurs I town, N.B.. and Val Cat-tier, I that the govcninicnt will reserve forces service and unplov an additional stu-1 increased cadet training. d< ills this summer at a cost of! The C a n a d i a n Red Cross I Si DlXI UOO in salaries. would train students m leader- to students already em-; for tlw Ac' in the public service, the eminent now will be pro-! viding a total of jobs for j students at a salary cost of I Sic j Mr. MacEachen said that the i Tola) cost o[ defence- rloparl-, ment p r o j e c. 1 s would be Other plans include student travel schemes, language train-j ing, Canadian Red Cross Youth educational projects and YMCA day camp jobs. I I 10 N I'M Mill Judge .1. Redmond Knche of Montreal was oleclril presi- dent of tilt1 itoya! Canadian Legion by acclamation at the legion's annual convention in Ottawa, .ludgc IJoclle. 68, has WASHINGTON (Reuters) The Senate rejected today ers of the purse during a war- a time situation, would cut off HTII Mrs I vicc-prrsitiont for the past two estimates The original governmen objective announced some t'i'.n ago was to employ stu dents tills summer at a cos of for salaries. Mr. MacEachen said the gov emment now plans to open .'i special manpower offices tc serve students. Students wil man these and another -10 off ices already operating. The government would pom funds into defence departmen projects v.'hi'ch would create jobs for students. These projects would incliK c ground maintenance at before sending American troops back into Cambodia. The vote against the proposa was 52 to 47. In a key test cf strength the Senate turned down an amendment bv Senator Robert C. Byrd (Dem. V.'.Va) which would have nullified the attempt to cut off funds for retaining American combat troops in Cambodia after the end of June. The Byrd proposal 'stated that nothing "in the measure to cut off funds after June would pre-j elude th" president's taking I later action deemed necessary to protect American troops in South Vietnam or facilitate their withdrawal. This was the president's ra-; tionale for sending U.S. forces against Communist command border sanctuaries in Cambodia, and Democrats and doves denounced the Byrd amendment as tantamount to a biank cheque for the president. Despite the big victory for the j doves, a filial vote on tie origi-i r.J. amendment sponsored by Senator John Sherman Cooper (Rep. Ky.) and Senator Frank Church (Dem. Idaho) still is not in sight. The Cooper-Church amendment, an unprecedented at-I tempt to use congressional practical viewpoint, since Nixon S plans to withdraw U.S. forces by June 30, arc the other provisions of the amendment. These would without advance congressional approval financing of combat forces, advisers, instructors or nil support of any country fighting on the side of the Cambodian government. ASPHALT 4 b PAVING