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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IHHMIDCI HEUMD March UNIVERSITY EXHIBIT This exhibition of prints and sculpture by John Navo and Jeff Olson opened Monday at the University of Lethbridge art It is open to the public from until April The modern sculptures are the creations of Olson Nova did the drawings and Both are academic assistants in the universitys art Montreal newsman optimistic about FrenchEnglish relations Collective bargaining not valid in eligibility rules for police Rules and regulations gov erning the eligibility of a man to become or remain a police man are not subject to change or control by the process of collective This ruling was handed down by Supreme Court Justice Milvaine in a chambers hearing in A clear dividing line of au thority must be set somewhere before collective bargaining can and it should be drawn between working condi tions and said Jus tice question of ths right of arbitration arose from the dis missal last October of Con stable Michael Constable Clanfield was then the president of the Lethbridge Police which was engaged in bargaining for high er wages with the Lethbridge Police The Police and Firemans When the letter was first re ceived Constable Clandfield was suspended from the When the police commission decided his actions were a con travention of the regulations Constable Clandfield was dis missed from the Commenting on Clandfields dismissal Justice Milvaine the police commission was right in having dismissed Clandfisld if they had not dismissed him they would have been delinquent in their Once Constable Clandfield had applied for and was grant April 1 deadline for fair A social studies projects fair 1 are acceptable in the eompeti By EIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer Virtually no one in Quebec advocates that provinces total separation from the federation of said Claude Leme associate editor of the Montreal newspaper Le speaking to the 82nd Annual Dinner of the Lethbridge Chamber of He told about 350 dinner guests in the El Rancho Con vention Centre Tuesday there will always be both economically and be tween Quebec and the rest of Canada even if the two areas become separated Even the platform of the Parti Quebecois calls for an economic and monetary union and cooperation in many man agement he He said there are four main reasons to explain why Quebec has why Quebec has in the past 10 years experienced political turmoil that has caused tensions and thoughts of a federation breakdown across the The areas of concern centre around psy chological and political difficul ties which have strained FrenchEnglish relations both inside and outside he The language problem as seen from Quebec is he French speaking Cana Separatist root economy I would like to dispel an il lusion an illusion that Que bec separatism is rooted in the Claude associate editor of the Montreal newspaper Le said in Lethbridge He was speaking to some 350 persons at the 82nd annual Ottawa ignorant in crisis Blind support of the imple mentation of the War Mea sures Act during the Quebec crisis last October by the most of Canada indicated a much too easy tolerance for the sus pension of civil liberties in Que said Claude as sociate editor of the Montreal newspaper Le In an interview Tuesday af Lemelin said the federal and provincial authori ties overreacted with the im plementation of the The kidnappings of Labor Minister Pierre Laporte and British Trade Commissioner James Cross were a perverse symptom of a deeprooted poli tical ferment in he Any action by the authorities should have been taken with some insight into the political background in the province to get the true The government acted on the basis of He said it was reaction to 1 many student meetings throughout the province which triggered the governments pro clamation of the War Measures Act In one could com pare the crisis with past situa tions in the way the student body agitation built he In the most the stu dent body was noi too keen to the calls of separatist sympathizers who called for meeting of the Lethbridge Chamber of He said Alberta Premier Sixoni spoke of economic alie nation for There must be some new thinking to get a new balance in the var ious economic regions of Can In offering a new scope to the French problem in Can Lemelin offers two hypotheses written by his edi tor and publish of Le Devoir Claude the scheduled speaker for the dinner meet The Quebec hypothesis of fers identification of French Canadians with Quebec and ex amines all problems in relation to the interests of he It would mean Quebec would be by itself and for with the Canadian dimension as a last The the Canadian hy pothesis as adopted by Le Devoir in states the French Canadian problem should be dealt with at the level of the whole There is room for an explic it recognition of the special position that as the main expression of the French fact in ought to oc cupy the Canadian body poli he The feeling is that it is po sible and desirable to reform our federation in a manner that will be acceptable to Cana dians of both He said the reasons Le De voir chose the Canadian hy pothesis was The tradition of Devoir established in 1910 demanded such a the economy of Quebec and Canada can be tied together in may areas and the development of a new type of political society would be advantageous for the devel opment of different cultures he said He indicated the administra tion of Mr Trudoau has given the Canadian hypothesis shot in the arm he of the linguistic rights of the French is being a goal which has achieved a betterment for English Canada and weakened the core of in olerance in all He said the dream of Confed eration was an English Let us hope we can rekindle the dream of 1867 which can be shared by both French and he But it must be done with the favor of the Frenchspeaking majority i n Assessments reduced by The annual court of which sat last month in Lelh reduced the assess ments of 74 appellants by a total of The local three man board heard 187 169 from property owners and 18 from The asssesed value of land or buildings was reduced for 6 property while in 9t cases it was In 12 cases there was no decision or the appeal was The total land value reduc tion was for buildings it was Seven businesses had their assessment The total in this category was marches and It was has avoided errors and corrcrt the radical groups who mainly ed injustices of the EnglishCanadian recognition ON CAME up jAVt TO MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE A 95 MUFFtkR FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South INUTB UFFLEfi INSTALLATIONS Phone 3288134 SPEAKER president of the j peg firain will he a featured speaker at n grain i marketing short course lo he i held Thursday in the Leth bridge Inhibition is to speak on Marketing anadian Tie received his edu raiion in Alherta and and is currently a memher of the industrial development 1 of greater the Canada Grains nnil the Canadian Chamber of Com m r c e Agricultural dians feel they have a charter on Canada because they were he people to explore it 300 years The feeling is that the French in Canada should be able to re main what they are French Another aspect is the French civil which has tradi tionally done all work in En glish with few French people in high This gives a lack of sensiti vity to French problems for as shown by Edgar federal finance minis Benson cant French and this means the French taxpayers cant get the low down on the government white paper on taxation straight from the horses he This tends to create a lack of Interest on the part of the French people toward federa issues and In the area of working lan about 80 per cent of the Quebec population speaks only The moment one leaves the shop English becomes the ruling language especially in urban business and he This causes strains between the English speaking minority and the French speaking ma strains which are in creased because the English speaking people tend to be rich er and more influential than many The basic language problem is in Quebec and that is where it must be In the sphere of cultural dif the French speaking people of Quebec have a fear of minorization and assimila He said the birth rate to Quebec is dropping and the in flux of immigrants to Quebe is assimilating with the En glish speaking further reducing the majority of the There is a lack of trust in the lederal government to do something about this problem Trudeau is with some but it will take a lo of he said Embittered and embattlec youth in Quebec is breeding in tolerance toward the English language and the English pe pie in the province which part of the reason for much psychological This has been happening Quebec for many years an has caused a collective feelin among French brotherly feeling of French for French There is a lack of a com mon psychological grand design both areas can i look he j The 30yearold political sci1 ence and economic specialist politically the French feel like they are in a straight The people want a political structure which will work to al low them to handle their own problems Act sets forth the eligibility of a man to be a police or fire man the act states to be a policeman the candidate may not hold an interest in a licence from the Liquor Control or interest in a licensed prem nor may an immediate member of the candidates fam ily hold any such Last October the chief of wlice received a letter from the Liquor Control Board stating Constable Clandfield lad applied for a liquor licence or a business in Grassy Chief Carpenter felt tlus might represent an infraction of the regulations by Constable Clandfield and forwarded the etter to the police commission for its is being sponsored for all south ern Alberta students by the Southwest Regional Social Studies Council and Wilson Ju nior High School in The competition will take place at Wilson May and the fair will be open to the public throughout the remainder of the DeadUne for entries from stu dents is April and applica tions are available from all so cial studies The con test is open to all from Grade 1 to Some 5150 in prize trophies and ribbons will be split among four categories Grades 1 to Grades 4 to Grades 7 to 9 and Grades 10 to displays and sand tables SPEDDING Klinck lecturer here Friday Professor Spedding of the Grassland Research Sta tion at will be the featured speaker at a meeting of the Agricultural In stitute of Canada and the Al berta Institute of Agrologists to be held in Ericksens Family Spedding will speak as part of the AICs 1971 Klinck Lectureship nam ed for the first president of the Agricultural The se ries began four years ago with Nobel prize winner Nor man Borlaug who spoke across Canada in Spedding is expected to speak on Bringing the Pieces Together or getting the man varied aspects of agriculture research together for the good of but essays will not be Subjects will include such di verse areas as geog political sci psychology and Projects have ranged so far from sand table displays of a Hopi Indian village to a full blown model of an Aztec tem Judging criteria will include usefulness as a teaching and learning accuracy and workmanship in the pro ject originality and creative A special prize for the best project on southern Alberta his tory has been donated by George curator of the Sir Alexander Gait Museum in ed a liquor license he was then in clear non compliance with the rules and Constable Clandfield had not done anvthing wrong as a but by applying for and getting the liquor licence he made himself ineligible to be a Eligibility should never fall the terms of a collective ing Tlie moment a situation the one involving Cland field is allowed to develop police force is in a bad posi public criticism is not only probably it is also said Justice MA Budget meeting open to public For tlie first time in its his ths Ldhbridge public school board will hold its an nual budget meeting in public Discussion on the districts 19701971 operating budget will be held April 6 starting at The district will spend1 nrcrt than million for UE Local delegates at eastern meet Three Lethbridge delegates are attending a regional infor mation management meeting in Montreal this week spon sored by the Canadian Federa tion of Mayors and Municipali Tom city manager Allister finance direc tor Erwin exe cutive director of the Oldman j River Regional Planning Com will attend the two day meeting on the use of data systems as ati administrative Cadet news Tlie Navy League Cadet Corps No 50 will parade to night aboard ship at New recruits between ages 11 13 are welcome Tlie 11 Squadron Air Cadets will meet in tlie Kenjon Field Aimones 20lh Bnttcrv Icnight at Tlie evening will be mainly sports There will be no band Final LCI price below original Tlie final contract price for tlie Lethbridge Collegiate In stitute addition was more than below the original price approved by the Lethbridge public school dis All but the finishing touches have been in the addi designed by local aichi tects Robins Mitchell Watson and built by Kenwood Engi neering Construction This Saturday in Weekend Magazine The Power Of The Poof Meek no four poor are Organization the mean And tlie tire poor people Read dhuut flu in politicx of in flu o1 Weekend Baffin Island Mountain Paradise The icy grandeur of remote Baffin Island is captured in photos by a team of mountain Explore these rarely seen sights with them in Saturdays Sharing Applause With Lauren Bacall Five nights a week and twice on Wednesdays Canadas Len Cariou Lauren Bacall go th rough a private theatrical ritual before going on Its part of Carious new playing opposite the inmom star in the Broadway Read about his to stardom this Love Machines respond to Inman And tlie spectator is port nf flieslwu Srchmv these Lovable in Saturdays Margos Maple Magic Its time for North Americas maple Use it in Maple Fluff MapleNut Crullers and a moutlimiteriiiy army nf other Margo Oliver The lethkidge Herald ;