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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, October 13, 1973 Union Nationale gives major policy platform MONTREAL (CP) The Union Nationale's proposed new forestry, tourist and municipal policies for Quebec have been outlined by Gabriel Loubier Opposition leader in the last national Mr Loubier. who was tourism minister in the Union Nationale government defeated by Robert Bourassa and his Liberals in 1970 pledg- ed his party to loan assistance for hotel and camping ground owners if victorious in the forthcoming election He told a news conference at Grand Mere midwav beUeen Montreal and Quebec C'tv a Union Nationale government would create a tourist credit office to proud? loans on a similar basis to those now available for farmers Earlier Mr Loubier reiter- ated his advice to English speaking trated largelj in reflect senouslv on the con- sequences of continuing their 'traditional mass support of the Liberal partv The majority Anglophone Liberal vote is moie dangeious than separatism said Mr Loubier Elaborating later he asserted that the Anglophone attitude would endanger political institutions if Bourassa were elected on 35 per cent of the populai vote with 20 per cent coming from the English language vei.tion of the population The ing up 80 per cent cf the popu- 'ose credibility in the government and the system which elected it he added Education Minister Fran FOR SALE BY OWNERS TWO 24 SUITE LUXURY APARTMENT BUILDINGS Both Buildings Fully Rented GLEN LITTLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. PHONE 327-4876 LETHBRIDGE P.O. BOX 247 cois Cloutier was jeered at a downtown Montreal meeting where he defended the government s language policy and the right of immigrants to choose the language of instruction of their children Yves, Michaud Parti Que- becois candidate and former Liberal member of the national assembly defeated in 1970 outlined his party's language policy which in- volves repeal of" Bill 63 Bill 63 guarantees acquired English language education rights and allows immigrants to choose French or English schooling for their children The Paiti Crediste, led by Vvon Dupuis, want to amend Bill 63 requiring the children of immigrants to attend French 'arguage schools until tfu oarents become Canadian wnen they would be a'lowed to choose either way regarding school language Union Rationale platform now call1; for repeal of the measure Premier Bourassa begins a through such centres as Lachute Gatmeau, Aylmer, Rouvn-INorardd, Lasarre, Roberval anu Chicoutimi to- and Saturday Sale Starts Monday thru Saturday NEW UNITS 2-MODELS170 SKIPPERS SKIPPERS Fridge Healer Brakeu Twin TanHi Fridge Healer Twin I MODEL 195 TANDEM MODEL 110 CAMPER Fridge Heater Twin Awning Stabilizer Jacks Shower Toilet Reg Fridgt Heater Twin TanK 3 Slider Window Drape Folding MODEL 250 5th WHEEL UNIT Completely equipped, sleeps 4 jf 1 fe 9 FT. CAMPER Fridge Heater Twin Tanks 3 Jacks Reg. MODEL 1900 MOTOR HOME MODEL MOTOR HOME 440 ve, f tereo radio extra tank, lire, end carrier, extra holding lank fire extinguither, Pullman cirape 30 000 BTU forced air furnace Reg. 360 V8, H D auapemlon, ipare tire ft wheel, radio, aui battery, compreuor, 12V range and light MODEL 1ST GLENELLE 1973 MODEL 14 BrakM, Awning Fridge. Heater. Twin Tanks, Slap, Awning, Toilet Rag. S3.099 1 MODEL 160 BrakM, Awning Heeter Reg. Awning Reg. MODEL 90 CAMPER Toilet, 3-wey fridge, heater, 3 Twin Pullman Drepe SKIPPER Fridgo Twin Tanka, Awning, Bnkc.3 Toilet, Shower Reg WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF USED UNITS AND TRUCKS Kibbutz bound Two youths talk with registrar Rina Melnick at the Canada-Israel Committee office in Montreal, discussing possibilities of travelling to lsrael to work on a kibbutz About Canadians have signed up since the start of the current Middle East war. You can't fight but you can farm Canadian volunteers flock to Israel By GERRY FLAHERTY "No- Canadian citizens can t harried regibtiar Rina Melnick shouts into the phone 'I mean there s an Israeli rule against she adds quickly 'You v c to be 30 and if you can riic-n.e vour own way to Rina and others, like her have compiled a list of 3 000 voung Canadians, not all Jewish who have indicated they wish to travel to Israel and" perform civilian tasks director Myer EICK of the Canada said There been 1 000 applicants in Montreal, in Toronto and the rest from other parts of Canada He said the first contingent of 80 persons will leave Montreal for Israel in two groups Sunday and Mondav Mr Bick said in an inter view that Israel has not asked for volunteers so those per- sons leaving are going regular piograms sponsored by the youth department of the Canadian Zionist Federation He said they will work on a kibbutz for three to six months and receive tree room and board They pay their own air fare They'll take in tne crop he said "Its peak of the season for the citrus crop The Canada-Israel Com- mittee he said -s the Bill Bennett to try for leadership VKTOKIA Bill IknneiL new U ted ViLial Cretiit number for Okdiidgcin South told the Htitisn Columbia legislature he hoped to engage in co-operative opposition In a 15-mmutP maiden speei h the 42 vear olJ son of loimer premier V' C Bennett said hi would not liL'-ititate lo sup' on the New Ooiiiocralit fi 'vernment on issues he with hut would ai.d seek amt'iidmenU I legislation he lound madeiji Mr Bonne i outlined the Social Ciedii philosophy and listed u numbei ni items he said were 01 uuijoi concern to lus consti'utni'- representative voice of the Canadian Jewish community on Canada Israel public af- fairs It groups all major organizations such as the Canadian Zionist Federation Canadian Jewish Congress and B'nai B nth He said that if a call for vol- unteers comes from Israel the most suitable applicants will be selected from the lists and the committee will handle scheduling, air fares and the like Mr Bick said that Israel has appealed for money to be used for social welfare pur- poses like hospitals, youth villages and absorption centres He said no figures are avail- able on how much the United Israel Appeal has raised across Canada Spokesmen in Ottawa said that technically, it would be il- legal for Canadian citizens to fight with Middle East or any other forces The Foreign Enlistment Act says foreign nationals may not recruit Canadians in Canada and Canadians may not fight in foreign forces But legal authorities in Ot- tawa believe that the provi- sion against fighting in foreign armies is unenforcable The act was passed in 1939 in an attempt to stop Canadians participating in the Spanish civil war, but the sec- tion on fighting in foreign forces was never used Some Canadians voluntarily fought with the Americans in Vietnam but no action was taken against them Spiro's final tax tab must still be settled SOUTHMINSTER UCW will hold a USED and USABLE SALE THURSDAY October 18th to p.m. FRIDAV October 19th to 12 noon CHURCH HALL-4th Ave. and llth St. S There will be items of good furniture, appliances, dishes, clothing, toys, and many more EVERYONE 'WELCOME Community Services Department Octobers 1973 CIVIC GRANTS 1974 All interested Groups ana Community Organizations take notice that requests for funds under the City of Lethbridge Grants Policy must be received at the office of the Community Services Drectorate by October 26 1973 Application forms are available from Infor- mation Lethbridge Yates Centre By PETER BUCKLEY WASHINGTON vCP) Spiro Agnew already assured of an inglorious place in American history, must still settle accounts with the tax collectors and can still be call- ed to testify about the Maryland contractors who allegedly paid him off during a decade of political service But Attorney General Elliot Richardson says the federal criminal case against Agnew is "closed for good He said he hopes both the American public and the Maryland prosecutors will agree that the national interest has already been served byAgnew's resignation as vice-president and the publication of harsh evidence against him Agnew pleaded no contest to a single tax-evasion charge in a Baltimore court Wednesday, was fined and put on probation for three years Richardson, speaking for an hour at a nationally-televised news conference, said he holds a "strong hope that the American people will unders- tand and support what has been done The justice department s decision to negotiate a seniement as a means of avoiding years of destructive litigation, "must be perceived to be a just and honorable course above all, to the American Richaid- son said He acknowledged, however, that discussions are still going on between Agnew's lawyers and the Internal Revenue Service the tax-collecting branch of the treasury, about tax claims arising from money allegedly taken by Agnew from contractors seek- ing state business when Agnew held office in Maryland A 40 page summary in evi dence made public by Richardson Wednesday in- dicated Agnew received more than in cash from con- sulting engineers and others some of it after he became vice-president Agnew denied all charges except for the failure to declare of in- come in 1967 And Richardson said that the former vice-president is "certainly not immune" from being called as a witness in any court action taken against the Maryland of them long-time Agnew who gave him money None of these men has been promised immunity from prosecution the attorney- general said although federal prosecutors have certain understandings' with some of them about future legal ac- tion Asked whether the state of Maryland would be prevented from placing charges against Agnew as a result of Wednes- day s settlement, Richardsor. replied that there was nothing to prevent state action INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 191 i Lower Floor 517 4lhAve S Phone 327-1541 CORRECTIO The following Item which appeared for LOOKER OFFICE EQUIPMENT (1972) LTD. In Tuesday's Herald MODEL TI-2500 does not find the square roots of Number Garden of Optimism Sunrise Ranch Box 1238 Coaldale Phone 345-3517 1503-3rdAve.S. Phone 327-4064 THE SALVATION ARMY Member Agency of the UNITED WAY Give the United Way Thanks to you -Its working Dutch Bulbs Tulips Daffodils Narcissus Crocus Snow Drops Hyacinths Scralllaa L THE HIGHEST GMDE POSSIBLE .THE KIND WE PLANT OURSELVES SUNRISE RANCH Phone 345-3517 ;