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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 15, 1974 What Does Social Credit Have To Say On HOUSING The Social Credit Party be'ieves that ownership of their own homes by the heads of families is important for tne advancement of the individual and of the nation We will encourage development along these lines by instituting a new national housing program that will a) encourage single family homes b) provide low interest long term loans c) grant income tax exemption on interest of mortgage payments on single family homes d) grant income tax exemption against school and municipal taxes on single family homes Have You Had Enough? SOCIAL CREDIT IS THE ANSWER on July 8th Vote VERN YOUNG Campaign Headquarters Located at 503-7th St. S Trudeau supporter Vivian Smith, 22, of St Boniface nicknamed her puppy "Lib and pasted a Liberal campaign sticker to its collar The puppy drew a fond pat from Margaret Trudeau Friday as she campaigned with Prime Minister Trudeau m Winnipeg Teacher morale declines KUMONTON (CP) Teacher moiale is declining across the province the Alberta Teachers Association (ATA) says in a brief to the cabinet committee on education Increased teacher loads more demands in curriculum development preparation for innovation and an increasingly tense employer employee relationship are taking their toll the brief says The ATA called on the goveinment to funds to allow teachers time for curriculum development encourage greater teacher participation in decision making in schools use a 20 hour instructional week and 20 students per elementary school class as the criteria for providing grants to school boards Earlv childhood education should be taken over by school boards to relieve mounting tensions between the department of education and parents the association said Israel may be uneasy By GEORGE KITCHEN UNITED NATIONS (CP) One of the more provocative products of President Nixon's visit to Egypt is his disclosure that the U S will give the Egyptians technical assistance in the development of nuclear power for peaceful purposes Diplomats here see this as an item that will create a great deal of anxiety among Israeli leaders in the light of the recent explosion of an atomic bomb by India India built two atomic reactors with Canadian help some years ago The disclosure also may be disturbing to the Soviet Union not so much for any immediate fear that the Egyptians might produce a bomb but rather because it signals the swift development of American influence in Egypt and among Arab states generally The American announcement said the technical assistance to Egypt would be provided with proper saieguards Diplomatic sources here assume this means the program will embody saieguards set out by the International Atomic Energy Agency, a UN body with headquarters in Vienna The international agency has developed what is regarded as a model program which gives its inspectors the right to follow every particle of fissile material to ensure that it is not used for other than peaceful purposes A country receiving technical assistance trom one of the major nuclear powers is held strictly accountable for its actions and for every milligram of material placed in its hands The Vienna agency and the whole international concept of accountability had not been developed at the time Canada began giving assistance to India for the development of its pair of nuclear reactors in the 1950s Canada protested against the Indian explosion claiming that the Indians had violated a 1971 understanding that guaranteed use of atomic aid lor peaceful purposes only The Indians insist their aims are peaceful and say that none of the fuel from the reactors built with Canadian help was used in the manufacture oi their bomb RCMP methods checked OTTAWA (CP) Solicitor- General Warren Allnand an nounced the formation of a four-man mquirv into the RCMP s methods of handling citizen complaints and of its own internal grievance and discipline procedures Mr Allmand said in a state- ment that Judge Rene J Mann special assistant and co ordmator with the Law Reform Commission of Canada has been appointed chairman of the inquiry Other members of the Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTORS RECOMMENDATION 1 SMITH-JONES (HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 6183rdAve S Phone 328-5447 INSEHI ED BY THE LETHBRIDGE FEDERAL SOCIAL CREDIT ASSOCIATION are Robin Bourne aNSistant deputv minister in charge of police and security planning and anahsis in the solicitor general s depart- ment Inspector D K Wilson officer in charge of the RCMP s legal branch m Ottawa and Staff Sgt Maj F Trehearns of the RCMP Alberta division Sgt-Maj Trehearne was chosen b% RCMP division representatives for the inquirv Mr Allmand said the decision to hold an inquiry was taken after consultation u ith people inside and outside the RCMP as well as with senior management of the force Citizen complaints, dis cipline and grievance procedure within the force are of great concern to me and the commission he said I am convinced that the m- s recommendations will be of great help to us in our efforts to ensure that our pol icies procedures and methods in these vital areas of the force management are just and fair and are so perceived all those concerned Premier pays fine CORNER BROOK Nfld (CP) Premier Frank Moores has paid a fine for a speeding ticket issued as the result of a traffic violation April 15 a magistrate s court official said Friday Mr Moores was stopped an RCMP patrol car as he was driving along a stretch of the Trans Canada about 20 miles east of here The ticket was issued for exceeding the posted speed limit of 40 miles an hour The speeding ticket was the same as one issued to a person caught exceeding the speed limit the court official said Door slammed on orchestra OTTAWA (CP) Revealing an apparent sign of political turmoil in China the Chinese government has asked the Vancouver Orchestra to postpone for ear its visit to China The external affairs depart- ment said Peking ex- plained that its host organ ization is too and finds it difficult to receive the Vancouver group The visit has been put off until next at a time still to be decided There have been recurring attacks on Western classical music in the Chinese press apparently linked to struggles within the Chinese government leadership Recent comments in Chinese papers have stressed that Western classics reflect the bourgeois class values from which they have emerged CAMPER SPECIALS Coolers and up Camp Stoves Auting Jugs Tents Fishing Tackle Camp Chairs Reg. 4.95. Special 3-95 Barbecues Located m Lethbridge at 1221-2nd Ave. South Phone 329-0017 Plan something unconventional Calgary's Convention Centre Calgary Convention Centre Cail us on 1he Line for reservations or mlor- rnalion Ou1-oMown residents are mviled 1o call collect or mail coupon IOT details Mall 1o Calgary Convention Centre PO Son 2110. Calgary Alberta T2P 2M4 (Centre opens on September 2nd 1974) _ _ The Calgary Convention Centre isn't built solely for conventions. It's for people. Whether you're plan- ning an intimate dinner for 20 or a symposium for we have the facilities to make it a success. PRIVATE PARTIES Choose the ideal room to match the size of your party from ten luxur IQUS rooms in various sizes to our magnificent 2 000 seat Banquet Hall Each room has its own individual character Each is beautifully equip- ped to handle your breakfast lunch eon dinner banquet Whatever the gathering you II en- joy excellent service and unmatched cuisine through the catering ser- vices of the Four Seasons Hotel one of Canada s leading hoteliers Our full range of menus offers 65 sug gestions open to endless variation and well gladly prepare special menus to match a particular theme or event RECEPTIONS The Calgary Convention Centre is particularly suited to receptions of every kind You might choose for instance tocombmeoneofthemeet ing rooms with the indoor Garden and Foyer for a truly de lightful evening setting Complete bar service can be provided in any oi 18 luxurious locations No matter how many people you re expecting be it 36 or 3600 yOv.1' f'nd -were equipped to receive them hospitably WEDDINGS DANCES Want sometninq Plan a celebration around Mi' French Sil Wl'h 1h tvO o' Ihmg you TO from Tiqhl 1o your tach a and individual choic" or ai lilll" oi COUTV ac. or sho You I cJmf 31 10 potion circular wilh In-h Im on and Ftoyal Doullon china Or M us. help you plan "yacl 1unc1ion you buHr-1 10 tandleligM II mango ovPTylhmq 1m party 11 youtc plannmq 1o ihr Con verri1iC'ri a of ninr- ,prunq danrr flrri PLCASE SEND DETAILS I AM PLANNING A PRIVATE PAP1Y WEDDING PECEP7ION MEETING EXHIBITION DANCE DINNEP CONVENTION 7JAME ADDPEV MEETINGS CONVENTIONS The Convn'icm I- 200000 o1 air <-ond1 CT venlion spaf nrI fiiriq s 23 ODD iquarp 1oo1 ErhifoTtion Hjll 20 ODD loot Banqur-1 Hall 10000 1oo1 IVcrplion Foyr aLrr 3rd in d1" tiQnod Wlw1 nq POTT-, Yf-ull Imd rvrylhinq yo i rcfri 10' of 10 2 400 with lull audio J -ual 1 "t, ird b I U in r I V lor ;