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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Angry teachers issue ultimatum Moich 1971 THE LRHIklDGE HERALD 27 TORONTO CP Angered at provincial on school board repre sentatives of Ontarios highschool teachers issued an ultimatum Tuesday to Educa tion Minister Robert de manding he reply by 9 Thursday to proposed modifica tions in the spending The two candidates for the presidency of the Ontario Sec ondary School Teachers Feder ation followed the meetings lead Tuesday both saying Homer rides out storm of abuse OTTAWA CP Cattle rancher Jack Conser vative MP for rode out a storm of government abuse in the Commons ff ture committee esrly this morning to keep alive discus sion on proposed marketing leg islation that appeared ready to go on all Shouting a t vicechairmar Marcel Roy L to let him continue speaking en an amendment to the Horner could barely be heard above Liberal members yelling for order and denouncing him for being End your damn bellowed businessman Ross Whicher Horner persisted despite a warning from Roy that he was repeating himself tediously and might therefore be reportet to the At the end of the hourlong procedural fracas Horner was given the right to The committee meeting which began at Tues had left members in weary disarray early this Alf Gleave Biggar fell asleep in his chair many members had loosenet their ties and taken off then a proliferation of pri vate conversations around the room were continually punc tuated by the chairman left in a and initial courtesies were forgotten in a swirl of insults between The Liberal dominated com mittee voted to continue sittln until government members fe sufficient progress had bee made in consideration of pro posed national farmmarketin The major cause of deepen ing friction to the committee i the governments annoyanc the slow pace of the bill an Conservative determination t delay passage as long as poss ble and force as many amenc ments as can be Second reading for vets bills OTTAWA CP With i the Commons gave sec ond reading to three govern ment bills increasing disability pensions by 10 pe cent and allowances by 15 pe cent all effective April Angus MacLean Malpeque said the Conse vatives would forego the usua secondreading debate to spee along passage of the Stanley Knonles nipcg North Centre said h party agreed with this This first nounced last affect about and ey agree with the concept of a ore militant profession and ith the possible need for strike ction to give teachers a greater say in the education But neither Jean Aceti of Sud the current federation nor W e 11 a n d iceprincipal Phillip Downie eemed willing to take a rigid on the spending restric questioned about er position concerning the ulti said the spending ceil ing is only one of a number of mportant areas with which the ederation must be To the same 3ownie replied that it is up to le federations regional coun ils to get support for militant When you are ready to Ill be there leading As the annual meeting opened about 300 delegates oted almost unanimously to de mand that the minister reply by Thursday to their resolu ion that school boards be al owed to exceed spending limits a majority of trustees ap Only two hands were raised in opposition to the The Toronto district presi said he vill call for a series of rotating valkouts by starting April if Welch does not rovide a satisfactory the federations presi called the spending ceiling the greatest crisis in history for Ontario In an interview he said he would be prepared to recommend a teachers if necessary to protest the re ney General Edgar Gerhart said Tiissday he wouW haw no hesitation in tabling files secrecy reign OTTAWA CP Five inter n a t i o n a 1 oil executives met today with government minis ters about plans for piping Alaska oil to market amid comic round of secrecy and con The aim of the meeting was announced in Ottawa two weeks ago was an attempt to interest companies with oil in northern Alaska to choose a Canadian route for a pipeline instead o their present plans for a pipe line across Alaska and ocean tanker to the West Since the pur pose of the meeting has been blurred by conflicting minis terial saying the idea is just to talk about fu ture oil transport and others suggesting that the aim is to psrsuade the oil executives t give up the Alaskatanker plan for an alloverland pipeline through Canada to In each of ths three Canadian government depart ments acting as hosts were say ing right up to the time of the conference that it was one of the others who was responsible and therefore should answer Even ths five guests seemed in some doubt about why they are in Ottawa WONDERS WHY Robin president of BP North America said before the meeting that he could not comment until he found out why the meeting was being Thornton presi dent of Atlantic Richfield Oil said he understood there would be discussion in very general terms1 about pipeline HELPING HAND FOR WOUNDED COMRADE South Vietnamese soldier carries wounded evacuated from to a medical centre at Ham Nghi near Khe South Soldiers were evacuated from Landing Zone scene of heavy fighting with North Vietnamese Pours cold water on uranium idea OTTAWA M president of Crown owned Eldorado Nuclear poured cold water Tuesday on the idea of building a uranium enrkhment plant in He told the Commons public accounts committee that any benefits would not be worth the cost of such an En riched uranium is used as fuel in nuclear power stations out side Gilchrist was questioned five days after William Mul president of British Newfoundland of Mont said he had proposed to the government the building cf a uraniumenrichment plant in Canada at a probable cost of about SI Last Energy Minister Greene said the govern ment was looking at the idea but would want to be involved directly in any such possibly through Eldorado refines and markets natural which is used as fuel in Cana dian nuclear power COST TOO HIGH Gilchrist said the cost of enriching to S32 a it The cost of building an enrich ment plant would amount to about Sl5 billion and any bene fits to gained would not be in proportion to the amount of cap ital that would go into Gilchrist also said a cur rent slump in Canadas uranium industry is only temporary while military uses are over taken by peaceful ones He said the demand for ura nium will increase tremen dously during the next 15 particularly in the Increases in the cost ol crude oil and a general shortage of power hi the is giving tremendous impetus for nuclear power He predicted that world re quirements for uranium wil grow to about tens by Gerhart would table court files EDMONTON CP Attnrminal records if the house ord ers him to do In cases where there were no direct requests from the legis m police investigations cr cri1 lature he would use his discre Confidential file case study set lion before tabling such infer reluctant in tabling arnthing mation in the Geri cf a confidential nature from hart said in an i the attorney generals depart He would still table files and records on Ills Llitiathe if Bui should it be ijpiOios they were relevant to the issue of anything raised in under he would think it his duty as The attorney general attorney general to replying to questions about trie the j action taken last week by Health Minister James EDMONTON CP The case of a cabinet using an individuals eonfiden ial file to rebut opposition crit cism was revived here in the Alberta Legislature and re erred to a standing committee on privileges and The request for commitee in vestigation was made by Op position leader Peter Lougheed and Hugh Horner The storm broke last wsek when the Opposition accused Health Minister James Hender son of improper conduct for tabling private information about a citizen in the Debate mushroomed to touch on the actions of Social Development Minister Ray Premier Harry Strom and the rulings of the son who tabled welfare records Bailf f of a Fort Chipewyan causing one of the bi g g e s t stcrms m the legislature m Art I The molion also asked that Gerhart said that be gets new post the committee determine whether the Opposition who presented a petition from the individual mis led the house in any Henderson tabled confidential file after Lougheed said Noel a 05yearold resident of Fort wanted the government to help his people recover from the effects of the Bennett Dam on the PeaceAthabasca rivers Horner also moved that the committee decide if the file should be withdrawn and if additional legislation is needed to protect the confidentiality of individual records in all gov i eminent The mo i tions were sides discretion and the other key to his decisirn on tabling personal files wcud be the involvement of public the I take the position that PRINCE ALBERT CP Elcred manager at has sioner in Prince it announced here The anpomt ment is effective May A native of anvthing involving the expendi ture of public is reveali Weeres has hpn townfite able in the In sup manager in Banff for almost porting Hendersons ac So he had been most five Emperor in crash Kenya Rcuter Emperor Haile Selassie es caped death when a helicopter in which he was touring Ethi opia crashed to the Kenya radio Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS MULTILUX 1985 from about tons thi That works out to an in creased demand cf 50 per cent I compounded Gilchrist compared with an annual increase of about four or five per cent in the demand for SECRET TECHNIQUES WASHINGTON CP The United States government is considering mailing available to Canada and other friendly na tions sofarsscret tech niques for enriching the chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission But the government is not ready to make an announce ment he Glenn Seaborg was asked at a National Press Club meet ing here whether the AEG would make available to Can ada its enrichment known as the gaseous diffusion technique for increasing the proportion of fissionable U235 in uranium He replied We are considering within the government the possibility of making available to friendly nations our gaseous diffusion technique under conditions of security so the knowhow cannot be passed beyond that govern ment and under safeguards so that it could not be diverted to nonpeaceful Liquor revenue OTTAWA CP Federal revenue from beer and wine was at least in the Commons was That doesnt count the general sales tax applied to their Revenue Minister Herb Gray said reply written Commons questions bv Barry Mather Known Ottawa revenue on spirits totalled on beer and on wine Russia keeping all options open in arms limitation talks VIENNA Renter The toplevel strategic arms limita tion talks between the Soviet Union and the United States bear some relation to an inter nal lonal game of blind mans buff Like the blindfolded man in the each of the two nu clear giants s only some of the elements of the both players in this international exercise are keeping all their options When American and Soviet chief delegates ai rived in Vi enna March 15 to start the fourth round of the 16monthold talks on limiting strategic nu clear arms there were guard edly encouraging statements on each American chief delegate Ger ard Smith said he thought the rf nn agreement might be Vlndmnr the chief Siviet said his government had instructed In private and informal dis him to seek positive i some Russian diplo With these joint expressions of goodwill and earnest the two sides almost immedi ately got down to reviewing pos itions after a three mats here have favored the idea of a joint Soviet declaration to renounce the use of nuclear force in regulating their prob lems pause since the end of the last j But if this were to he ac round in j ccpted as a genuine component NO ONE SURE But no even the most astute be com pletey sure that he knows what the Soviet or what the Soviet really means by positive Does it mean something simi lar to the American sides aim agreement to limit stra tcgic including both j strike and defensive in one elaborate package to curb the upward arms spiral but leaving botli states confident that they letain enough of a mi clear punch to deter the other from any surprise attack of the Soviet negotiating strat it would cause some dis may to the who seek specific agreements on several classes of strategic nu clear weapons and who are not interested in broad statements of goodwill couched in vagus It is still too soon to deter mine whether the traditional Russian inclination toward se crecy and general statements of goodwill will be injected into IlJESKNTS OUTIINKS So it has been laigely he American side which has pushed across the table various combinations of outlines for The Russians have in general spent more time ques tioning and asking for additional The only Soviet initiative has been to issue an appeal to ex amine the possibility of limiting defensive missiles to rings around Washington and Mos cow In tlie the Ameri cans and the Russians are trying to make sure that the other pide 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