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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 28, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 33 Returning Haitians won't be punished Margaret's views challenged OTTAWA (CP) Haitian Ambassador Philltpe Cantave says his expatriate countrymen can return home without fear of reprisals but the Canadian government will not be invited formally to observe the homecoming Canada is welcome to send observers to check treatment given to returning Haitians but the Haitian government will not officially request an observer team, Mr Cantave said in an interview Wednesday Immigration authorities already have begun the depor- tation process amid reports that some Haitians are hiding rather than face an inforced return to the Caribbean country Immigration officials con- firmed that the Immigration Appeal Board has upheld ex- pulsion orders against 118 of the 976 Haitians known to have illegally entered the country, and of these, 42 have actually been deported Another 24 have been ar- rested in the Montreal area, an indication that some may attempt to "simply vanish" rather than return to Haiti when their appeals are ex- hausted, a department official said The official said no records are kept by nationality of per- sons wanted by the police for evading deportation but that some of the 976 undoubtedly will ignore deportation orders and attempt to remain here Some Haitians have said they will be imprisoned, tor- tured or even killed on their return because of opposition to the dictatorship of Haitian president Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier In an interview last week, Duvalier promised that no ex- patriate Haitians will be punished on returning home and that Canada could send an observer team to make sure they receive fair treatment Immigration Minister Robert Andras, who has refus- ed requests from church groups and expatriate Haitians that the group be given refugee status, said the proposal was interesting but only would be considered if there was a formal request from the Haitian govern- ment Most of the Haitians entered Canada after a ban was im- posed on applying for landed immigrant status from within Canada but before the right of appeal for such violations was withdrawn. As a result they have not been held in custody while awaiting appeal hearings, a department of- ficial said So far the appeal board rul- ed on 148 cases, accepting 30 appeals and rejecting 118 Another 100 or so are expected to be allowed to remain on humanitarian grounds and about 300 will avoid deporta- tion because they held student or 90-day visitors' permits when their deportations were originally ordered Mr Andras said investiga- tions are being conducted into any claims by Haitians that they will be persecuted if they return home But he would not "discriminate on the basis of country of origin" by granting the Haitians refugee status as a group The official said the 30 so far allowed to remain won their appeals on humanitarian grounds but that none were specifically classed as refugees Taylor critical of Lougheed OTTAWA (CP) Margaret Trudeau, her proposed ven- ture into journalism cancelled, stayed away from the telephone Wednesday while her statements were challenged by the woman who might have been her editor "She is not taking any said a secretary in the prime minister's office The office declined com- ment or elaboration on Mrs Trudeau's cancelled plans and reaction by Dons Anderson, editor-in-chief of Chatelaine magazine Mrs Trudeau said Tuesday that she will not provide arti- cles or photographs to Chat- elaine, a Toronto-based woman's magazine She indicated displeasure with the way reports of plans to get into freelance jour- nalism came out earlier this month At a political reception Tuesday night in Montreal, Mrs Trudeau told reporters that she had never said anything about the subject in EDMONTON (CP) Nick Taylor, provincial Liberal leader, said Wednesday that Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed is deliberately mis- representing the oil royalty issue to promote an east-west confrontation which he will carry into the next provincial election "However, the ball is now ARE WE COMMITTING SEXUAL SUICIDE? are the dangers of con tinui.il sexual freedom and tquality' What will really hap pen if follow the advice of s happv hookers sen suous psychiatrists porno graphers .M> liherationists swinging priests and playboy philosophers In an article that s sure to provoke comment and controversy author George Glide! argues that both men and w >men are the losers in todays s( called sexual revolution Are li ve and marnauc still essential U thesouaic rder' Where is the >piep s movement leading us' Read one man s sobering pre diction in THE SUICIDE OF THE SEXES One of %4 articles and features in the December Readers Digest At your news- stand todav' back in the provincial Mr Taylor said in a prepared statement "The federal government is being fair, he said, in allowing the companies to deduct from taxes their exploration ex- penses and in stating it will take only 25 per cent of the oil companies net income before the firms make payments to provincial treasuries The Liberal leader, a Calgary oilman, said the federal government is taking 25 per cent rather than the usual 40 per cent it takes in the case of most other cor- porations "Therefore, the province has 75 per cent of the total cash flow that Mr Lougheed can tax as he sees fit" SYSTEM OUTDATED Mr Taylor challenged the system of royalties taxes on production calling it "an outdated and obsolete means of taxation which the provin- cial government is using to ob- scure the issue "Mr Lougheed should now come out and tell the people of the province and the industry exactly how much of the 75 per cent he intends to take In addition, the federal government is rebating taxes in the oil field provided the money is spent in exploration, Mr Taylor said the first "It was all a fabrication SECRETARY'S IDEA But Mrs Anderson said Wednesday that proposals for Mrs Trudeau to submit free- lance articles and photographs to Chatelaine came from her secretary Matters concerning Mrs Trudeau are handled in the prime minister's office by special assistant Marie- Helene Fox Miss Fox's secretary said she was un- available Mrs Trudeau is believed to have decided to abandon any further public ventures of any kind on her own following criticism of her recent visit to Japan as guest of a shipping magnate and controversy following a television inter- view last month Her all-expenses trip to Japan was criticized in Parliament as a bad example for government people concerned about conflicts of interest Her TV interview, in which she said she longed for a private life out of politics gave rise to speculation thdt Prime Minister Trudeau might quit after another few years A Tokyo report Nov 8 said Mrs Trudeau planned to get into free-lance work Mrs An derson said a few days later that work for Chatelaine had been discussed The magazine editor said in an interview Wednesday that after the Tokyo report, my phone started to ring and 1 didn't think it would serve any purpose to denv the story "When all the publicity came, I got in touch with her secretary again and was told she was working on a story Mrs Anderson said she sympathizes with Mrs Trudeau because she is in a difficult position "Other prime ministers wives have accepted the fact of public life Suddenly dur ing the election Mrs Trudeau is brought out of her plastic box and then after the election put back in again He blinded her Burton Pugach, 47, and the former Linda Riss, 36, are shown m New York after their marriage yesterday Fifteen years ago Pugach hired a man to throw lye in her face after she broke off with him He was jailed for 14 years. She was blinded in her left eye The Lethbtidge Herald Circulation Department Invites applications from boys and girls 12 years of age or older as paper carriers in the following areas in Lethbridge: 1. Downtown 2. Glendale and Dieppe 4. Northside 328-4411 (North from Tracks to 9th Ave. N.) Please Write or Phone THE CITY SUPERVISOR CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT %u want the best cabinets but you should make sure that you get more than just cabinets When you buy Citation cabmets-you will know tnat the cabinets are designed and crafted to fine tolerances that will delight your appreciation for craftsmanship and aesthetic values You wili know that the cabinets have been carefully made by people who are proud of the reputation that they have helped to build A reputation that we are proud of You will know that your kitchen will be planned from a choice of eight styles and colours from over 45 types of cabinet and literally hundreds o? sizes And convenience features that will make your kitchen uniquely your own Our fuily trained and qualified kitchen design experts will he'p you carefully plan your kitchen or bathroom to ensure that you get the maximum use from the availaole soace A Citation kitchen will enhance the value of your nome-as it does for more homes in western Canada than any other make When you buy buy a lot more than cabmets- you make an investment For farther information please contact your nearest Citation dealer fcinnoNl Nanaimo'Regma Van's TV Sales Service think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS He's head of (he Palestine Liberation Organi- zation. Who 16 he? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 potoiU TOP SCORE' SI to 90 pomti Eicrtlem 71 to Good to 70 potms GO or Under7 MmrrC FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Given the chance, what changes would you make in the federal budget? STUDENTS YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer 1 The (CHOOSE ONE: Stanley, Grey) Cup is awarded the champion team of the Canadian Football League. 2 U.S. President Gerald Ford imposed a quota system on the shipment of Canadian into the United States. a-wheat and corn b-beef and pork c-lumber and oil 3 The United Nations General Assembly voted 91 to 22 to expel from its current session. a-South Africa b-Zaire c-Ethiopia 4 This was the first time m the UN's 29-year history that a country was voted out of a General Assembly. True or False? 5 Premier CoDstantme Caramanlis and his New Democracy Party won a majority in the first elections to be held for more than a decade. a-Turkey b-Romania c-Greece PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....artificial 2.....arduous 3.....aroma 4.....arraign a-temporary peace b-fragrance c-charge with an offence a-false, not natural much work 5.....anmstice or effort PART Hi NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can match with the clues. 1.....Bora Lsskin 2.....Rick Cassata 3.....Yitzhak Rabin 4.....fcldon Woolliams 5.....Kurt Waldheim 1125-74 a-quarterback, Ottawa Rough Riders b-Progressive Conserv a- tive MP from Calgary c-U7v Secretary -General d-Chief Justice, Supreme Court e-Pnme Minister, Israel VEC, Inc Save Practice Examination" Valuable Reference Material for Exams ANSWERS InVin'sTVAdvirtisement ;