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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fanfani denies report HOME (Reuter) Fanfani, president of the Italian Senate and strongman of the dominant Christian Democrat party, denied today press re- ports that he sought money from the Unitec States Central Intelligence Agency to further his political career. In a statement in response to an article published in the New York Times, Fanfani said that in contacts with successive U.S. ambassadors here "I never took the opportunity to solicit inter- vention or help of any kind for myself or anyone else.' Nor, the statement added, was Fanfani aware that any recommendations had been made to the U.S. authorities on the basis of such contacts. The Times story said the CIA subsidized the Christian Demo- crats to the tune of million a year from after the Second World War until 1967. The justi- fication for this was that the So- viet Union was financing the powerful Italian Communist party, it said. In 1969, The Times story added, the then U.S. ambassa- dor in Rome, Graham Martin, suggested that the payments be continued because of what he regarded as the threat of Com- munist participation in a future Italian government. His by President a series of secret meetings with Fanfani who, The Times said had tried to convince the am- bassador that he could return to power with a little help. Signs tell story About teachers, parents and school children converged on the legislature steps at Queen's Park in Toronto demonstrating for a better shake for education. The protestors asked for the resignation Minister of Ontario Thomas Wells as well education spending cuts. of Education as an end to Barrett to have audience with Queen Wsdnwday, May 16, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCe HERALD VICTORIA (CP) The itin- erary of Premier Dave Bar- rett's two-week European tour next month, which includes an audience with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace and a STILL SELLING FOR LESSl STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 meeting with West German Chancellor, Willy Buandt, has been released by his office. The premier, accompanied by his wife, deputy finance minis- ter and three aides, will visit Britain, France, West Germany and Austria in efforts to attract investment money to British Columbia. One of the main items on his list will be financial backing for a steel rolling mill in the province. With major expan- sion plans recently announced for the government's B.C. Rail- way including a boxcar plant Barrett has said he be- lieves there will be enough de- mand for steel to support one. He has also said several times that the government is interested ships with in forming partner- private enterprise, with the government putting up a portion of the equity re- quired. It has already ne- gotiated a 4.0-per-cent interest in Brameda Resources, the company formed to mine the Giant Sukunka Cal deposits in northeastern B.C. In the week before the Eu- ropean tour, Mr. Barrett will spend four days in Ottawa at a premiers' conference and three days in New York, where lie is scheduled to meet with repre- sentatives of such organisa- tions as Moody's Investors' Ser- vice, Standard and Poor "and Salrnorrton Bros. In London, he is to meet op- position leader Harold Wilson, trade department representa- tives and other government of- ficials, and officials of Hawker Siddelcy Steel. Corp. and British GETS GRANT OSHAWA, Ont. (CP) awa's Robert McLaughlin Gal- lery is one of 15 museums across Canada to receive a grant to hire staff to complete the cataloguing of their collec- tions, as the first step towards compilation of a national inven- tory of cultural treasures, a re- port said. The grant to the Mc- Laughlin library was Honest approach suggested in school legal courses BANFF (CP) High school legal courses should teach that the law is essentially a human creation, Thomas G. Zuber. On- tario Supreme Court Judge, has told an Alnerta Business Education Council Conference. "Teachers must not say it is a perfect system but should go forth from the beginning with an honest approach, exposing weaknesses as well as strengths. "Law is nothing more than a system that we are doing our best with. It has lots of squeaks and nuts and bolts that should not be hidden from the stu- dents. In law, answers are reaDy opinions and teachers should be concerned with showing the reasoning behind legal deci- sions rather that with the right answer. Emphasizing unusual laws, such as those regarding pollu- tion and narcotics, detracts from the basic laws, making Crude oil supply outlook bleak TOKYO (AP; A Japanese energy mission just back from thres weeks of talks with U.S. and Canadian officials, has con- cluded that the outlook for stable supplies of crude oil to major consuming nations is bleak. Nixon picks Keating for Israel post WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon announced Monday he is nominating Kenneth B. Keating, former Republican senator from New York and once envoy to India, to be am- bassador to Israel. Upon confirmation by the Senate. Keating would succeed Walworth Barbour, who held the post from 1961 until Ms re- tirement from the foreign serv- ice Feb. 18. Keating, who will be 73 Fri- day, served in the Senate from 1958 to 1965 and ambassa- dor to India from 1969 until last August. He is a New York law- yer. S h i n i c h i Kondo, mission leader and former Japanese ambassador to Canada, told a press conference today that ris- ing petroleum imports by the United States are likely to cause higher prices for crude oil and to produce excessive competition for supplies among importing countries. A! the same time, he said. Middle East oil-producing na- tions are accumulating huge sums of money without any use- ful way to spend it. These accu- mulations are'likely to encour- age the producers to regulate output, both to prolong the life i of their reserves and to achieve j political aims, resulting in chronic petroleum shortages, Kondo said. students think Ihc law Is a dis- tant thing. "It is important to show that law is an all-pervading in- fluence, some thing touching the student every day." The conference was also toW business education courses us- ually give inadequate attention to marketing. Dr. Harland Sasmson, direc- tor of distributive teaching at the University of Wisconsin, said typing and shorthand are given comparatively more em- phasis. Marketing is very often defined as selling and mer- chandising while all other as- pects of marketing tend to bp ignored." A broader appraoch to mar- keting should include a course in business economics "to real- ly help the student see what business is all about." Other innovations have to be made to develop a comprehen- sive program of career infor- mation for students. "We can no longer just guess at what is required by business and industry, we r.eed to un- derstand and teach specific in- formation for each student." 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX SULKY SUPERSTAR Herve Fihon, a stumpy, 33-year-old Qushscer, is now the best harness racing driver in tha world. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Jack Kiscr writes about Filion who already has more wins than anyone clss in the history of the sport Don't miss this article complete with color photos. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE The Canadian Family Store 318-6th SfreetS. Phone 328-6566 Sat.-May Available At All 51 in B.C. Alberta While Quantities Last USE YOUR CHARGEX BOYS' WEAR Bright coloured tops, 100% stretch nylon. 3 to 16 SALE All pylon, crew or zip neck. Bright stripes and solid shades. 8 lo 16. Reg. 1.99 to 2.49 JR. BOYS' and GIRLS' WEAR JR. BOYS7 BATHING SUITS Nylon, assorted solids and patterns. 2 to 6x. Reg. 1.98 and 2.49...................... KIDDIES' SHORT SETS Nylon, colourful solids or stripes. Completely washable. 2 to 6x. SALE GIRLS7 SHORTS Jacquard pull-on style. A to 6x, SALE GIRLS' SHORTS All nylon, plain shades and 2-tone. Machine 7 to 1 4. SALE GIRLS' BAGGY PANTS By "Pert" Plains, checks and plaid pastels, cuffs. 100% nylon .7 to 14. 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