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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE ICTHBRIPCE HERftlD Saturdtiy, Novembor 2', WO minorities recognition O'iTAWA (CD recognition of the linguistic ana cultural rights of ethnic minori- ties other than French in Can- ada are gmning support among members of Hie joint parliamen- tary committee on the constitii- ehairmnn Mark MacGuigan (L-Wuulsor-Walk- prville) said in an interview 'leas (or! here (hat he favors including tee in Mamtoba in September and Nova Scotia in October. Western members, such as K. B. Osier Winnipeg South Centre) and Walter Dinsdale are sym- pathetic, pointing out that the West is a land of no majorities, The committee was particu- larly impressed bv a brief by Power's million thermal Cuiturelle Fran- Thermal unit iii operation SUNDANCE (OP) Calgary these r i g h t s in a new consti- tution. His remarks came at the end of the committee's three- day tour of Saskatchewan. Senator Paul Manitoba) has Ytizyk (PC- long been a French and English should re-1 formed about the desire champion of the rights of ethnic minorities and has made his views known several times at public hearings of the commit- plant has begun supplying 28i megawatts of power to Alberta consumers. The plant will use tons of coal a day which will be taken from adjacent reserves through strip mining. Construction of a second unit at Sundance, 50 miles west ol >-Canadienne de la Saskatche- wan at a hearing in Kegina. I The brief said that "each province should decide on its own official languages and should be able to declare a lan- guage other than English or French as official throughout its territory, or in a political or Edmonton, will begin this win- civic region under its jurisdic- tcr This pbnfc is evpccted to lion." million The submission said that JYDAY SPECIALS Your Family Righi! Dinner o treat for fho ehildron end 8 rest for Mom. Enjoy homeeooked goodnesi of our iiziiing ifeaki, and our friendly all at reosonobio prices. TASTE STiAKS ClUB 57EAKS 1.93 CHOICI m STfAKS 1.95 JIB ROAST 1.95 SIRIOIN STEAK 2.25 T-BONE STEAK 2.25 PORTERHOUSE STEAK 2.50 Ail served with French Mel er mashed potafoss, Kijad and OPSN 6 DAYS A WEEK-3 a.m. to S p.m. ClOSID SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS North Village Restaurant WfSTMiNStIR SHOPPING CENTRE 327-0633 main the sole official languages federally tail that provinces could declare other languages UK official in ccrtujn areas of their territory. Although Hie cultural diver- sity ot llic West was made clear to the committee in Saskalchc- WSUT pnvlutmcntarians were iu- Govt. frets over lack of exports CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta government is concerned about the lack of. manufactured goods being exported from the province, I n d u s try Minister Ray Ratzlaff said here. He told a seminar on export financing the province needs to accelerate its manufacturing potential to diversify industry further and to provide more jobs. Potential foreign markets ex- ist in the United States west coast region, Alaska and Japan vhere the possibilities are "al- most unlimited." He said the Alberta Com- mercial Corp. has loaned about million to companies de- veloping manufacturing facili- ties in the province this year and he called on Ottawa to im- prove its financial aid pro- granv saying the present million ceiling is restrictive. Export, he said, is a partner- ship between companies, gov- ernments and financial institu- tions. Human rights officer named EDMONTON (CP) Elmer Harrison, formerly of San Francisco, has been appointed human rights officer for the Al- berta government, it was an- nounced here. Mr. Harrison, who attended Salano State College where he majored in psychology, suc- ceeds Keith Menders who was appointed administrator of the human tights branch. Mr. Harrison came to Can- ada in 1962 and worked for the Fdmonton parks and recrea- tion department. For the last four years he has been director of preventive social services Joi suburban St. Albert. TODfiY! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR WINTER TUNE-UP HARRY COROA All work carried out by our experts Harry with 18 years experience and Joe with 14 years. 8 CYLINDER CARS (All MAKES) Rog. 32.10. SPEC1AI COMPLEIE PARTS INCLUDED CYLINDER CARS {All MAKES) Rog. 30.00. 5Q THIS OFFER GOOD FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY. ALL WORK FUllY GUARANTEED f) SERVICE DEPARTMENT 2nd AVE. ANO 8th STREET S. for a strong Canada. Ian Hotter, a librarian In Yorkton. Sask., said that Its and niiiuy other Saskatchewan resi- re "completely opposed to any tsvo-nalions concept." He said there must be a "strong :onstitution in Canada." The view was repeated at a meeting on the Saskatoon cam- pus of the University of Saskat- chewan. A brief by Saskatchewan At- torney-GcneraS D. V. Heald also stressed the desire for a strong central government. It said that :he federal government should be given power to prevent pollu- tion of all kinds. Tile provincial government brief said that high priority should be given to amending the existing constitution now as it would be years before an en- tirely new constitution could be prepared. Mr. JfscGuigan described the brief later as "one o! the most important statements by a pro- vincial government about the constitution." Allan Blakeney, leader of the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party, also called for federal control in tile pollution field. PHONE Boai'd adjourns pipelines tariffs hike hearing CALGARY (CP) A Public Utilities Board, hearing on pro- posed increases in pipeline tat- ilfs charged by Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. has been adjourned until Tuesday. TransCanada Pipelines Ltd. one of the objectors to the pro- posed i ii c r e a s es, iutrodueet documentary evidence Wednes- day which other parties to voived had not and they were granted time to study the new material. The hearing is expected to last two or three das-s next week, then adjourn until Feb- Political donations seen to be deductible PRISONS CHIEF John W. Brailhwaite. is the ncwly- associate deputy commissioner o f penitentia- ries. Re-elect Brown AAMDC head EDMONTON (CP) Ralph Brown of Acme was re-elected president of the Alberta As- sociation of Municipal Districts and Councils by a unanimous vote. M. R. Parker of Ardrossan was re-elected vice president also unanimously. Mr. Parker declined the nomination for the presidency. Directors elected were: Ar- thur Wigmore of Blackfalds, John Stromstedt, Benvyn, Ru dolph Zander, 'Tomahawk, and George Whitehead, Claresholm OTTAWA (CP) Senator lichard Stanbury, president of .lie Liberal Federation of Can- ida, suggested here that the government has decided to in- .roduce legislation to provide Trucker pays parking tag EDMONTON (CP) The driver oE a tanker from which gallons of gasoline spill- ed into a sewer here has been issued a parking tag. A senior police official said today Robert Paschko, 35, 1970 ;