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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Hovomboi 7, 1770 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD IS Editor Warns Quebec Government May Fall HULL, Quo. (CP! Claude Ryan, publisher of Montreal Le Devoir, says the Liberal govern- ment of Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa will have difficulty re- covering from tlte current ter- rorism-kidnapping crisis and may be forced to resign before the end of its term in 1974. Mr. Ryan, whose name has figured prominently in discus- sions concerning some aspects of the handling of the crisis, madfi the statement in reply to a question while participating in Indian Farmers Face Challenge a panel discussion at a meeting, sponsored by Operation-Demo- cratic. The organization was formed of Ottawa area people who wished to help those arrested under the War Measures Act and who, in (lie words of the i founders, wished to show that Die silent majority does not unanimously support the gov- ernmcnt's jicliouH. Other members of the panel ment would maintain its "hard line'1 towards ransom demands, ''succumb to Montreal and Ot- tawa ask. for procla- mation of the War Measures Act, and leave the initiative in the crisis lo federal authorities. in the event of "new blows" the provincial govern- ment would be incapable of mastering the situation. In such a case, the probable short-term solution would be to set up a provisional government team i n c i i III UVIQlUIIill UUVU1IIIIIUJIL LUtUII i were Guy JoronParti Quehe-1 d ft f.mc motllMll- fir fllo EDMONTON 'CP) Agricul-1 pursue every advantage open to lure Minister H A Olson told in 'o survive in thf. Ihe Alberta Conference on In- increasingly complex and com- dian Development here Cana- pelilive world of farming, dian Indians farm only "Those who have small farms acres out of 2.5 million acres of will be forced to expand them, i i he said. vised to acquire it. And parents will he wise to send their children to school for as much education as they can acr quire." Mr. Olson reminded the con- ference a variety of federal and provincial programs exist which could help bring about the changes necessary if Indian ag- riculture is to meet the chal- lenges of the future. They included long-term credit for purchase of land, live- stock and equipment and for construction of brild'.ngs. Programs were available, he said, which could develop pas- tures and cattle herds at little cost lo Ihe farmer. Training courses could teach he basic farming, farm management and care of livestock and machin- crv. cois member of the Quebec na- tional assembly for MonUca Gouin, and Claude Parise. t member of Operation-Democra lie. of the various provincial parties reinforced by a few political anyone, nor any approaches made by the publisher of Le J Devoir to persons said lo have been associated will) this slory of a plot." i In the discussion. Mi'. Ryan attacked Prime Minister Trudeau and his Liberal govern- menl at Ottawa. He criticized i what he called tiic government's handling of the kid- j napping crisis and said the gov- ernment had pushed the panic button in proclaiming tile lough War Measures Act. I Ihe Common s. advised the was unable lo join CRITICIZES POUCH He suggested it was the inef- fectiveness of the police forces (hat motivated the government; leader or the government of, into having recourse to the War j Partv in i Bourassa by seeking ne-1 Measures Act. He accused the: [otiatcd solution and full affir-1 government of having abused mation of its responsibilities he debate wouki emergc from lhe crisis j united and more confident, al- such s. case strengthening o its power and having misled the j people in proclaiming flic act j Oct. 16. He said the alleged concerted j II. A. 01.SON Larger Farms useful reserve lands. Another million acres, he j said, were suitable for grazing.; But he cautioned that Indian farmers, in order to develop this potential, would have to ALL SIGNS LEAD TO ST. PIERRE This rood sign on French-owned islands of St. Pierre et Miquelon (just south of Newfoundland) indicates that no matter which way you turn, capital city of last remaining French colony in North America is just around 1he corner. Larger Mural Schools Forecas the War Measures Act. EXPRESSES PESSIMISM j lion; in was not as Mr. Ryan said: j Mr. Rvan wrote that there i erful as the government! "If certain things which hap- was no plot, "no invitation to I claimed, pened during the recent tragic events are taken as an indica- tion, it will be very difficult tor the Bourassa government to survive another major obstacle, j despite its strong majdrity in! the assembly and without their! i even being anv plot" EDMOMON1 (CP) Rural Ihe paper predicted an in-' A conference will be held ir' Dr. Miklos says lhat smaller: Public ore's sure he said 'Schools will probably become crease of community colleges.; Red Deer to discuss a paper i high schools could he operated! would bring about the resigna- i larger and "lore centralized in I adult education and retraining: organization of school svs-! successfully in urban areas. the next years, three Uni-1 programs. versity of Alberta professors said here. The professors mad.e the j Kloiicl lliC Mike's statement in a position paper; on administrative personnel in schools, prepared for the Worth Loans For Housing Announced. O'lTAWA (CP) Foiir fed- era! loans totalling million hiive been awarded for housing in St. Boniface, Man., Edmon- ton, Victoria and New West- minster, B.C., it an- nounced here. A low-rental housing project in Kdrnonton gct.s the higgosl loan SI.2 million. It will as- sist in construction of j nient buildings containing a to- tal of 108 units. I The New Westminster pro: I jct'l, receiving w i 1 j provide 126 beds of hostel ac- commodation in an existing building which is to be exten- sively renovated. The St. Boniface loan of goes toward construc- tion of a 54-unil project. A loan of m Victoria will go toward construction of 2-1 low-rental housing units. Rents for the units will be a month. resigna- tion of the government. Mr. Ryan referred to events following the abduction of Brit- ish .envoy James (Jasper) Cross and the subsequent kidnapping and slaying of Pierre Laporte, Quebec labor minister. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 DISPLAY SPITFIRE HAMILTON (CP) A Second World War Spitfire will go on display at the Canadian Na- tional'Exhibition grounds in To- ronto. Ex-fighter pilot Wally F 1 o o d y said the plane, at present in a museum in India, j will be mounted on a pylon he- side a Lancaster bomber bought some years ago. The plane is being purchased by the Cana- dian Fighter Pilots' Association. j o o, i i j OUldJCU In the handling of the crisis, Co m m ission on educationa.'' said Mr. Ryan, the Quebec gov- j planning. ernment would find itself in a The paper, written by three council will consider weakened position at future fed- j education administration au- i Monday for recognition and fi- eral-provindal conferences, i thorities. Dr. G. L. Mowat. Dr. !nancial assistance for Edmon- Mr. Ryan s mention of a A. Holdaway and Dr. D. A. i on organization of .school sys- i terns, written by Dr. Erwin Miklos, bead of the educational j planning mission, Alherla llu- j man Resource s Research Council. The two position papers are the final ones in a series of 11 prepared for the Worth Com- mission, which is studying the future of education in Alberta over the next 30 years. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 EDMONTON (CP) City request HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Neods Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects. CALL 328-2860 FOU PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. "plot was taken as a reference to reports that at the height of the crisis he had approached several prominent people about forming a provisional govern- ment to take over from the Bourassa regime should it be unable to cope with Ihe situa- fn an editorial in Le Devoir Oct. :tO, he referred to the wide- spread reports and said a plot had never existed. He wrote that on Oct. 11, the day afetr the kidnapping of Mr. Laporte. j he and his associates at Le De- i voir had met to discuss the situ- j ation. They had discussed three pos- sibilities' the Quebec govern- MacKay predicted increased on's unofficial Klondike Mike. size of urban schools before theBob Breen- year 2000, because of higher I Breen, a common sight dur- jng the city's annual Klondike Days with his white beard and population density. LAKGER UMTS Declining rural populations! sourdough outfit, has asked for and increased demands subsW of [p broader programs will prob- ably force an acceleration tlllngs as hls burra- cos- the centralization process, lo j (umcs and expenses for his the extent of even creating j trailer, larger school units, the paper j city commissioners have rec- sal Commended that the request be The larger schools would put down relations extra demands on principals director H a 1 Pawson said and administrative personnel, Breen and his wife "have been so the paper recommended pro- faithful ambassadors for the grams of managerial skills and systems theories be given administrative staffs. but it would be impos- j sible to reimburse everyone who promotes Klondike Days. With recently expended facilities, Western Canadian Seed Processors Ltd. now offers Supply Contracts for non-con- tracted Rapeseed produced in 1970. THIS NEW SUPPLY CONTRACT Insures delivery between January 1st and July 21sl, 1971 8 Promises payment for on-the-farrn storage for your rapeseed up to a possible lie per bushel Choice of selling date with price f.o.b. tethbridge on date of sals selected by grower. Take advantage of higher prices while your rape- seed is still stored on the farm Supply contract holders will have preference in the alloiment of 1971 Grower Contracts available early in 1971 CONTACT YOUR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE TODAY! OIVA ELSON, CALGARY, PHONE 289-9583 or WRITE OR CALL: WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD, P.O. BOX 99, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-5781 "The only difference believe is in the 'j receive" "The only difference W believe is in the would like you to meet tlte receive" "The only O Clean and space or replace spark plugs. iv Clean and adjust or replace poinls-cond. f. liming. S Clean battery Scope lest molor. Test antifreeze. Balance cnrb. c Froe heat riser. Clean air cleaner.. Chock all liqhtj, O Clean P.C.V. valve. 6 Reg.. 13.75. WITH CQUPOM CYLINDER Reg. 17.00. WITH COUPON Adjust caster and camber Adjust toe in toe out. Adjust steering gear box. Check complete suspension a Check front shocks. Check brakes and linings Adjust front wheel bearings Shown Above is our Modern Service Department experence Service 3 n i (B ft 2. m o to erve ou! GOLLeoe o i.occiiGc! at: Corner 6th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 327-5763 i;