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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID lusiday, November 7, 1972 REAL CAOUETTE won't return In 'the News Caouette won't return Real Caoneltc, leader of the federal Social Credit party, says he has ruled out the possi- bility of returning to Quebec politics to lead the provincial Social Credit party. "I have no intention at all of returning to Quebec Mr. Caouette said in interview at his home in Rouyn, Quebec. "Social Credit is a federal matter and not just a provin- cial Mr. Caouette added. "I want to protect the future of Canada as a whole and not just that of Quebec." Phil Cossette, executive pres- ident of the provincial party, has said it is the duly of Mr. Caouette to lead the Social Credit party of Quebec to vic- tory in the next provincial elec- tion, expected in 1974. The results of the federal elec- tion show that the primary in- terests of all provinces are re- lated to economic problems, says Quebec Premier Robert Bourrasa. He said in an inter- view on Montreal radio station CJAD that the election results show that the regions of the country are concerned about unemployment and inflation. The results also indicate that the only way for federalism to in Canada is for It to be decentralized federalism, Mr. Bourassa said. Lt. Col. Arieh Marcel Tuvlya, 58, a founder of the Israeli Paratroop Corps, has been Wiled in an accident dur- ing a military exercise in Zaire, the Israeli army announced in Tel Aviv. The announcement said Tuviya had served for a year in Zaire as an adviser to the African country's paratroop Echool. Katherine Anne Dcnman, a former reporter-librarian with the Canaadian Press in Otta- wa, died in Toronto hospital af- ter a lengthy illness. She was 25. Mrs. Denman, whose maiden name was Rogers, also was a former employee of the Regina Leader-Post. Redmond Roche of Montreal will be installed as Chancellor of St. John, the order that oper- ates the St. John Ambulance Brigade. Mr. Roche, a Sessions Court Judge in Montreal, was pre- viously chief commissioner of the brigade. He is also a former president of the Royal Canadian Legioo. Two crimes victims get compensation CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta Crimes C o m p e n sation Board has awarded to Donald. Edward Goodfellow who was assaulted in an apartment washroom last December. Mr. Goodfellow, 41, of Cal- gary lost his right eye and suf- fered head and internal injuries in the attack. The hoard ruled he lost earn- ings of while recuperat- ing but that other agencies pro- vided S602 in compensation. The board directed Mr. GoocV f el low not to seek redress from his assailant who Is in jail and without assets. The hoard also awarded to Jim Colgan, 25, of Calgary who was stabbed In his apart- ment last December. He was slabbed in the head and body by a broken bottle nnd a kitchen knife and spent one month recovering. The board pave him for losl wages nnd for inciden- tal expenses. Trudeau walks political tightrope LONDON (CP) An edito- rial in The Times says Prime Minister Trudeau has to walk a political tightrope if he is to produce a Liberal party resur- gence in the next Canadian fed- eral election. Trudeau "must keep the sup- port of the New Democratic Party until next year at The Times savs. "But the NDP will hardly work for a situation in which 51r. Tnideau can again become independent of its present veto over Liberal measures." The New Democratic Party "must press for more welfare legislation and handouts, less liberality lo and tax reform." In Paris, the newspaper Lc Monde has compared Ihc cur- rent situation of federalism in Canada to that in another fed- eral stale, Yugoslavia. The Oct. 30 election showed flial in Canada, as in Yugo- slavia, wealthy parts of Ihe fed- eral state oppose efforts by a strong central government to impose "very heavy lax bur- dens" for the benefit of poorer regions, says an article by dep- uty editor Andre Fontaine of Le Monde. Fontaine suggests that in bolh Canada and Yugoslavia IhG division into rich and less- dcvcloped areas is compounded by ethnic differences. Billboard campaign begins in hunt for missing girl TORONTO (CP) The first billboard was put up here Mon- dsy as part of a campaign from Vancouver to Montreal to nid in (.he search for a 14-year- old Rlrl missing from her home in Kleinburg, about 30 miles northwest cif Toronlo, since AUR. 1G. Oscar Bauer, the girl's fa- ther, has arranged for about 40 others to be set up. Ingrid Bauer disappeared after she left home to hitch- hike about jour miles to see a friend. A special five-man detective squad has carried out 526 sepa- rate investigations but no trace of the girl has been found. Arctic areas get freezers OLD CROW, Y.T. (CP) It was 15 degrees below zero yesterday when a transport plane landed at this Yukon settlement 70 miles Inside the Arctic Circle. The plane carried 20 freezers and two refrig- erators. sears Unwind in one of our total comfort chairs at a price that's pure joy Deluxe rocker-recliner Only Seat and back separate to give stretched- out comfort. Solid box foam scl; no-sag spring construction. Lawson arms of loam and felt. Handy self-concealed (oolboard. Covered in ginger, goftdlone or black Herculon' and vinyl. Size Economy 2-way recliner omy Now you can enjoy the sit-in comfori you at a very affordable price.' The foam-filled seat and back has no-sag construction. Adjusts easily to two-positions. Hardwood frame p' splitting or cracking. In Gmar1 lack vinyl. Save 20. 98 on recliner Reg. 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