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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Trudeau, Pompidou are running campaign to aid French language ftpllmbtr 10, 1971 THE U7HBRIDGE HEKAID 19 lly DAVE McINTOSir OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trucleau and President Georges Pompidou of France appear In lie running an unco- ordinated campaign lo protect the French language. Mr. Trudeau appealed re- cently to the senior manage- ment of ijig business in Quebec to recruit and promote more young Francophones. "Unless a firm resolve is cou- pled with a specific policy in this respect, the social and eco- nomic consequences of a long- standing injustice worsen in Mr. Trudeau snid. French-Canadian participation in business and industry in Quebec was scandalously dis- of information. Kspc- and above their economic and cially it lies Ihe benefit of the even their political interests, .enormous American s u p p o r t' unified by a special link thai is peeled Lo invite Mr. Trudeau to. and the world influence of the intellectual and also senlnnen- proporlionalc lo the number of means Francophones in the provinces. Mr. Pompidou, who is ex- Unilcd Slales. "French remains an excep- languagc of culture. Us QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mecha Capitol Furniture Bldg. M PHONE 328-7684 1 nic I J Paris for an official visit after the election expected next year, has been saying that French should remain Ihe worki g Ian-1 verv ils rigor, makes guage of the European Common -lin incomparable instrument Market if and when Britain t0 maintain logic in reasoning, joins the group. DISCUSSED STATUS Earlier this year, Mr. Pompi- dou gave an interview in which lie discussed at some length th" status of the French language. The interview was not widely circulated, but it has relevance to Canada and the French em- bassy on request has supplied a full text in the original French, and an English translation. Mr. Pompidou said in part: "Today English has two great advantages: Ils capacity to cre- ate words and, even more, ab- breviations. "It is more easily adapted than French lo the rapid evolu- tion of techniques and modern lucidity in thinking. "It is nrlural lhal peoples of! Phonic is also an effort to resist French expression feel, over I assimilation and uniformity. Car safely regulation confirmed I he ebullient .foe Borowski says he has been approached lo form a Christian Democratic party in Manitoba, and his de- cision will depend on (he New Democratic party's stand on moral issues at a Nov. O7 pol- icy meeting. The former highways minis- ler said in a Winnipeg inter- view he will "seriously consi- der leaving the parly" if it re- jects proposls which he intends to present on abortion, pornog- raphy, welfare and aid to sep- "I do nol claim that Europe arate schools. Ho has in Ihe past vehemently opposed all four. lal. "One could have imagined at the end of (he Second World War thai English, or rather, American, would become the language vehicle of Ihc West. And in this respect Franco- ASSOCIATION OF UNITED UKRAINIAN CANADIANS SUNDAY TEA OCTOBER 3rd 2-5 p.m. SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM Tea Admission To Museum 250 DOOR PRIZE Proceeds lo Develop Ukrainian Room At The Museum EVERYONE WELCOME! WASHINGTON (API United States c n t of transportation reaffirmed yes- terday its decision lo require installation of p a s s i v e-re- straint systems such as air bags in all 1976 automobiles. The ruling by Transportation Secretary John A. Volpe means thai starting Aug. 12, 1971, no passenger car may he manufac- must be French, or lhal she i musl speak French. I do say that, tomorrow, with Britain in Ihc Common I believe it happens that French does not remain the first working language of Eu- rope, then Europe will never be completely European because The English is no longer solely the j language of the English. "It is first of all, for Ihe en- tire world, the language of America. And Europe will not lured for sale in the. U.S. that fails lo provide complete pas-. sive protection for all sealing Stales." positions. At the same time, Volpe re- laxed an earlier rule that would have required all automobiles to be eqiupped with passive re- slraints air bags and jlflY .UlOl'C after Aug. The new regulation will give Bobby Fischer, golden boy of U.S. chess, admitted in Bue- nos Aires that he sometimes weeps if hcfrloses a match. Bui he added: "When the Russians lose, they really get sick.': Fischer, 28, begins a 12-game match against Tigrant Petro- sian of the Soviet Union Thurs- day to decide which of them will challenge Boris Spassky, also of the Soviet Union, for 'he world title. Funeral services will be held in Regina for D. E. Williams, former commanding officer of Hegina Rifle Regiment and chairman of the Saskatchewan Film Classification Board, who died in hospital at 59. He be- gan his military career in 1940 with the South Saskatchewan Regiment and served overseas. George Bnrnliam, an old veteran o[ the two world OTTAWA (CP) Fewer: wars, has lost again in lus be Europe if she is not distinct from America. "The French language is a link among all those who speak il and il can also be one of the means by which Western Eu- rope may strengthen her per- sonality vis-a-vis the United JOE BOROWSKI May quit NDP automob i 1 e manufacturers the option of providing passive pro- lection or seat belt-ignition in- terlock systems at the front-seat positions in all new cars sold after Aug. 15, 1973. Ignition interlock systems prevent the automobile engine from being started unless seat belts are fastened for all front seat positions that are occupied. MANY WATCH TV At the start of 1971, Finland had 1.06 million registered tele vision licence owners. chickens laid more eggs this' seven-year battle lo have Can- August than in Augusl, 1970, ada's Maple Leaf flag thrown Stalistics Canada reporls. out in favor of the old Red En Egg production rose half of sign. one per cenl to dozen j A three-man panel of the Bri- this August, from tish Columbia appeal court re- jected Mr. Burnham's appeal of a cnnnly court ruling last January that barred him from dozen in the same monlh a year Travelcraf t Sales Rentals Ltd. LOUIS SCHIKOWSKY OWNER and OPERATOR GRAND OPENING STARTS SATURDAY October 2nd at the foot of the 9th Street Bridge (South) WATCH FRIDAY'S PAPER AND LISTEN FOR C.J.O.C. RADIO'S GRAND OPENING SPECIALS AND CELEBRATIONS ago. Bui Ihe number of laying hens dropped 1.1 per cent lo from in Au- gust, 1970. The number of eggs per 100 layers increased 1.6 per cent to from Farm price for eggs sold for market dropped eight per cenl to 30.1 cents a from 32.7 in August a year earlier. instituting any further legal ac- tions. William Trainor of Otlawa. a former eleclrical engineer, has become Ihe first lawyer in Fro- bisher Bay to be admitted lo Ihc Northwest Territories Bar. Born in Peace River, Alia., Mr. Trainor was an engineer for four years before he ob- lained a law degree at the Uni- versity of British Columbia. Sieve Paproski, Progressive Conservative MP for Edmonton Centre, has called for united opposition against the Liberal government in the next federal election. "The opposition that exists in Quebec, in Ontario and the West must cease lo fight and clamor among Mr. Paproski said in a speech after he was nominated again as the Conservative candidate in Edmonton Centre for Ibe nexl federal election. Mr. Paproski, who was unop- posed, said if the opposition joins under the banner of free- cnterprise conservatism it can sweep the "socializing, welfar- izmg'1 Liberal government out oi office. He said Canada has the high- est unemployment, highest tax- es and highest inflation in the western world. Socred campaign odd one I OTTAWA (CP) The leader- 1 ship campaign of Social Credit Party of Canada, in which Real i Caouelle's 10 ear leadership is being challenged by three oppo- nents, is a strange one. What approach the four candi- dates plan to use to get support is still unknown, just 10 days be- fore the national convention is scheduled to open in neighbor- ing Hull, Que. The four candidates for parly leadership are Dr. James Me Gillivray, vice-president of the party; Phil Cossetle, president of the Quebec Creditisle party; Fernand Bourret, direclor of the party's research centre, and Mr. Caouetle. Only Mr. Caouclle and Dr. McGillivray have been out among party delegates in West- ern Canada, and in a striclly private capacity. Neither Mr. Cos.selle nor Mr. Eourrcl has said anything in public. There have been few stale- iiicnts, which is unusual during a political leadership campaign, and no news conferences have been called since early May when the leadership convention was announced for Ocl. 9-11. Social Credit members say they form a large family which is fairly united at conventions and on questions of organization and procedure. They act in an informal manner and are not 111- clined h court the media. Party leaders seem lo prefer direct communications with their members either through Ihc parly newspaper Regard or through local organizations. About persons are ex- pected to all end Hie convention. 700 of Ihem from Quebec where all of the party's 13 MPs were elected. Creditistes hold 12 of the 108 seats in Ihc Quebec national as- sembly. Delegates are to meet in group workshops the first day lo set up the parly's electoral pro- gram. The candidates are to give speeches Sunday, Oct. JO. and voting will follow. Three MPs have announced their intention to back Mr. Cos- seltc. These are Rene Matte (ChamplainJ, Lionel Beaudoin (Richmond) and Gilbert Ron- deau The remaining 10 have not divulged which can- didates they prefer. Pamphlet helps cul drugs coal Before you look at their new ones, look at their old ones. Now lhal car time is upon IK, posh knows, wr half: lo be Ihn lo spoil oil Ihc kin. Allar all, wlial's morn exciting than lakincj tho lamily down Jo see Ihc shiny new models or maybe even lopickupo fron balloon v h's jusl Ihnl during all thai hoopla, you may not won! (o pick ono of lliosc cxcilinrj new lor ihn unpleasant loci ol llm nuiltor is thai junl.yaid.'. nrr doiiu] (i Ihiivinc) business on auloniohilo', tlinl sonniinnly ycslcidny wcro showioom slurs. Which is why wo suggest a bip k> ibo junkyaid yew Hocide lo pul a new car in youc own ycircl. And why we suggest that lhal nnw ecu be n Vjlky.'.iiiirn. lor while wo ccin'l promise you how lour) nun will i'ji.t, wn ran toll you that over 13 million Volkswagens arc .--till Ww rood. Wr OWG il all lo n decision we modn '2'i years 'o r.nnnd vory lilllc lime making our liitlo HJIA h'-Miri. And a doal o[ iimo makincj it woik boMor. So far, thai one decision has kcpl ui ouj 01 a to I oitoovtie. OTTAWA I CD- Health Min-j isier .John Miinro says a pam- I phlct sent lo pensioners and' family allowance recipients pro- viclcs useful informal ion and is designed lo help reduce the cosl of drugs. He was replying lo Commons I questions by F. B. Rynard (PC-j Simcoo who referred Lo criticisms of Ihc pamphlet by; Ihc Quebec College of Pharma- j cists. The college .snicl Ihc pam- phlet lists (Imps that can have harmful side -of focus. Dr. Rynrird a.skcd about Ihc dangers of encouraging recipi- cuts of tho pamphlet lo cnpigc in self-medical ion. Mr. MmiI'd said the pamphlet p r o v i de s information about drugs and comparative prices1 so there would be a motive for shopping, lie said Ihe pamphlet lo people "whose income is not p-eal." F1HST I'APKIl MILL The first. Canadian pnpcr mill was established near Lnchulc, i in 1803. Wlieii Wasliabilily Space and Time are at a premium WESTINGHOUSE lias the answer Yes, We still have 'em EACH BALANCED AIR FLOW DRrma NO UNBALANCED LOAD PROBLEMS HEAVY DUTY AUTOMATIC DRYER HEAVY DUTY 2-SPEED Laundromat .00 5309 "It's The Real Thing" Come and Set It for Yourself! All WestinghoL-se major appliances are professionally serviced by Weslingbouse factory service. NO MltEAGE CHARGES I 236 13lh St. N. Phone 328-2235 COALDALE Phone 345-3272 CLOSED ALl DAY MONDAY OPEN THURS, AND FRI. Till 9 P.M. ;