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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TH, l6TMi',RIDi3E H5,-�AtD � Tliu"dny, No% OTTAWA � ft'?.r.z !o be nn urban >ts "substantial contribution" to [ *x/ *r 'iwnemlous de-1 the existing programs, Mr. Col- ftvMKb w *�r.(; to be placed ,wrT,� sni{l-=3 of government." [K- ^K-gates fo the f.2nd f �*mw� cwv^fjtion of the Alber- [ la Associatta) of Municipal j I !l ts m'iniiii'.'d that in anoth-' it .N> > "ars, w per cent of Ca-ttK'.Maiv; wilt be living in urban iw'res, the minister said. _ "1 want to assure you that the challenges of our rural areas have not been forgotten . . . by the government. We know you have the same problems as urban centres." Referring to trends in population shifts and living ha Ms. such as mobile homes, Mr. Col-borne said "I don't Uiink that most people realize the in/*"', lance of the mobile home Teacher pro bl ine lent revolution, '"^^y of ^ It is ironic, he saifi violence wn* ' 1 ce was Quebec, Canada negotiations for Communist China "^^'Uon of ground for Maoistbi enmr While ^as "toxig ideology. As well boasting of her 4>da 2 p.ba. a. training g^s1% wg lutionanes for s� �- r- r *lsh" Preferred in , _______ *. NEW YORK (CP) _ Fish ,n . J fnes Minister Jack Davk \t f7ed to have a smaller bluntly told Americans Wednrs!mfrhb�r T*h " -------- day: (Canada) would have ehbor with a smaller aPpe-2f.li materials anc' a !H!!LL�Ilutants along and U.S. and Canada!^'1**5 �f revo-l� the at Social Ci aary'1bie�"r MTtl�T bound-(pollution on its own side of the Davis was marking a call at * , ^ ,. , , Canadian-American syn^wsh^T.L6 referred to for ih� iim-^ otriL ,y"JPOS'um i Lake Erie which he said has �2L^l^Hfl^at^ its become a "big, sluggish sump for the industrial heartland of North America." lie called for recycling of pol- stry in Alborta." 'ffl-, . ^� A this city's two m0vie fyW) S Preinier Nikla Mil1ani^- Vice, goslavia resigned tyedr. Yu-was announced. ^^esday, it benches" during the 36th annual convention of the Alberta Social Credit League, which starts today. Orvis Kennedy, the league's executive director, said the modification of television's successful hot-seat idea is designed to make the Social Credit ministers "as uncomfortable as possible" when confronted on controversial topics by reporters. The first hot-bench session Friday will deal with urbanization, with ministers Fred Col borne, municipal affairs, Gor mtns UrtBR The Shape of to Conio Things Gerhart, attorney-general, and Ray Speaker, social development, the targets for questions. Environment will be the topic of the second session Saturday, with ministers James Henderson, health, Ray Ratzlaff, industry and tourism, J. Donovan Ross, lands and forests, and Russell Patrick, mines and minerals, on the bench. Young people will have a prominent role during the three - day convention, whose uieme is "35 and really alive" anu marks 35 years in power for the Social Credit party. | Each constituency was ask- ed to recommend three to six' night. persons between the ages of 18 and 25 to attend the meeting. A change this year will see only major resolutions presented to delegates in an effort to avoid time-consuming discussions on minor resolutions. Minor resolutions will be presented to the government as usual. The convention opens teuay with the women's auxiliary holding business meetings. They will elect a lew executive and hear ari address by Premier Harry Strom. John Fisbc-r, former centennial comr.ussioner, will speak tonight, Officers will be elected Fri-d".y, and Mr. Strom is to speak at the annual banquet that Cities in Alberta face big problem mm wi� * 4. rmfOVTftV "Ti - ArtrtT*' ronM lake ov��r nw*t �f�* ol th* rural communl-pr(rf�t*-rn* of pruvutittg trtvict* lint. r**U\m** nw.mg in j Th* eitmpiitiT ertM carry (t 421 out ihtn- J mm, wv of the computer *po� cortomleaJ to ' 'T, at l.-o*t a quar- Frio'hi�"iald' 4fdt i, tte �Wj mumtii* would hav.- to ,�na,., ' 2,H,^, h�i �?w are awi.wl m**tba t>t the Alfj��rt� j i',J,n--�- i^j,. elsewiiere horn*1 t;iv The �!.,.-im-nt *a�- in paf lutants and asked when the'US I ap":w,:','.' ',oubt" � s(Ul-1 is going to catch ^th^'S11^ e^ dian anti-pollution programs. ^n.?�I fd ^ ^ ^ ^ Davis's tough talk was n-.ad* I home 0TOers- at the 12th annual seminar on Canadian-American relations sponsored by the University of Windsor, Ont., and Columbia University here.. In other tf}hs! --Alli:;tair Gillespie, parliamentary secretary to the president of the Canadian treasury board, said it is a "shocking fact of life" that 95 per cent of all text books used in Canada are or shortly will be published by firms controlled by non-Canadians. -David Lewis, deputy leader of the New Democratic Party, said every aspect of Canadian life-economic, cultural and recreational-is invaded by foreign domination. This was the first time that the 12-year-old seminar has been held here. Sponsors said they hoped to breath new life into it by creating interest in Canada on the part of Americans. In this It failed. The audience was seldom more than 100 and most of it was Canadian. Speakers acknowledged that no American of substance attended and that only one American newspaper even bothered to send a reporter. In his talk, Davis also men-t i o n e d that starch-and-fibre-Jadcn effluents from northern Maine have been drifting down the St. John River into New Brunswick where salmon runs have l>een destroyed. Adressing Americans on Lake U%tz The Cor four Concur i! rfi: is tuA ffi'ii.-h tha? can (Irfif. Kaiph lifi�v,R lie aiwj (i'nXt lf�S 4fiWlI-4 tftf:*t tf* #h?>l flunk I:,!./ }., Ji& fill k� i,f,!m:t(it>. :t'-tlli: ",{{>,iv' fjurlii j.j.i! tr,,i! -:;':k i.i.i i,jf.i in into crowd '-'11..1; mil. r.i ' fiiiu'iif-.tes iVs.rfrt. rnithf. r^.f .�:!K{�fil.lu:S "I wish, also, that there was sarin- way of offsetting your t�r�-at si�>. You havo been burdening lake Krie frmr times aa heavily a*> Canada has. vtif'Av ud, /. , , "Vou have lieen using all of SAI ,OS �tow-in putting things fe.:.^ uf ->ii#� lr'ik.1 li VuA- "ii* Amerieaiu e;!,v�� .^,1 :f UK ,, .jui.lu'i.t*. 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