The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on November 5, 1976 · 13
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 13

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Friday, November 5, 1976
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The Citizen, Ottawa, Friday, November 5, 1976, Page 13 SOME OF THE TRAVEL AGENTS ARE: (jS) ALGONQUIN TRAVEL SERVICES LTD. 1173 Wellington St 725-3141 88 Sparks St 237-9200 VISTA SHOPPING CENTRE 733-7070 AMBASSADOR TRAVEL SERVICES 1355 Bank St.. at Riverside Dr. (Across from Billings Bridge Plaza) 737-3334 BEACON TRAVEL SERVICES LTD. 88 Albert St. 238-8286 I.T.A. TRAVEL Your International Travel Agency 179 Kilborn Ave. 521-6111 Lots of Free Parting Open Saturday J. R. BOOTH TRAVEL LTD. Bell Mews Shopping Plaza Bells Corners 820-2010 OTTAWA TRAVEL AGENCY LTD. 300 Slater St. 237-6455 Billings Bridge 731-0555 Bayshore 829-7244 VOYAGES OTTAWA TRAVEL Galeries de Hull 778-3711 fffij P.LAWSON' W TRAVEL LTD. Offices Coast to Coast in Canada ' 100 Sparks St.. Suite 402 232-1752 SEARS TRAVEL SERVICE Carlingwood 729-2561 St. Laurent 746-4311 Just Say Charge If On Your All Purpose Account & THE TRAVEL CENTRE "CONSULT US FOR CAREFREE TRAVEL" 236 Slater St 238-7500 THE TRAVEL PLACE LTD. PLACE BELL CANADA 160 Elgin St 236-0101 TRAVELETICS 350 Sparks St. 233-6262 Opposite Tower "C" Open Sat. 11 a.m. to 3 p m. VAftiER TRAVEL SERVICES 193 Montreal Rd, 746-8861-3-4 VOYAGE RIDEAU TRAVEL R DORE Prop. 418-B Rideau St. 233-4816 WORLD WIDE TRAVEL Lncoin Fcs 820-1830 Land let it Arranjerrx Quebec separatism still key issue: By Dan Karon Ciliiea Buff writer Separatism is the key issue in the Quebec Nov. 15 provincial election as it was in 1973, says Municipal Affairs Minister Dr. Victor Gold-bloom. Addressing a predo-minently English-speaking audience Thursday in the Aylmer - By Dan Karon Citizen naff writer The long and bitter boundary dispute between Aylmer and Hull will only be permanently settled after the Nov. 15 provincial election, says Quebec Municipal Affairs Minister Dr. Victor Goldbloom. In an interview Thursday following a speech at Bill 22 fear groundless Parent English-speaking Que-becers have nothing to fear from the Official Language Act, English-speaking CEGEP students in Hull were told Thursday. Addressing a political seminar organized by Professor Gerald Cammy, Quebec Public Service Minister Oswald Parent said: "I am surprised that some English-speaking Quebecers fear Bill 22 or feel that it restricts their lives because it doesn't affect any of their rights." Mr. Parent, seeking a seventh consecutive term in the Nov. 15 election, added: "We have shown since Confederation our respect for our English-speaking minority. "If anyone bothers to read the legislation they will quickly find out that it affects only a small minority." The controversial legislation states jthat immigrant children must attend French-language public schools if they are unable to pass an English competency test. "We had to pass such a legislation because some people didn't accept the fact that this is a French-speaking province. "But we don't want to destroy our English- . speaking minority, we want to live with them on the understanding that the majority in Quebec is French-speaking," said Mr. Parent , Gets chair MANILA (UPI) A Filipino convicted of murder by a military court was executed by the electric chair Oct. 21 in the third execution carried out in the Philippines since martial law was proclaimed in 1972, military authorities announced Thursday. The convict, Marcelo San Jose, was tried and found guilty of killing a jeep driver on Jan. 30, 1974 and stealing the vehicle. 1 OUT Or EVERY 20UIAD.AU ADULTS ARE OVERWEIGHT! M L It's a fact More people are eating or drinking so many calories that they weigh more than their desirable weight However, good nutrition consists of eating a variety of foods in order to provide the many nutrients we all need but not over-indulging. Following a sensible, wholesome diet is essential. But to kelp speed the loss of etcess weight Naran has formulated a special weight control regimen. The whole plan is included in every Package. Aa nc'usive liquid formulation, a yitamin supplement, and a comprehensive low calorie weekly food meno. Follow label directions and take as needed. Raran is a snp!e. easy reeimen that can help you lese excess bulky fat quickly before you start on your long-term weigS-corrtrol diet If you re not completely satisfieid with your first purchase, jest return the empty carton for your ""neyhact Gatineau Valley village of Alcove, north of Wakefield, Dr. Gold-bloom said: "When people tell me that separatism is a false issue, that's a grave error." Speaking at a Liberal rally in support of incumbent Michel Gratton, he urged "all those who believe in a united Cana Hull bound ary move awaits vote a Liberal party rally in the Gatineau Valley village of Alcove, Dr. Goldbloom said as far as he is concerned the matter is closed. "But the subject will really only be settled after the election when a new municipal affairs minister is chosen," he said, adding that there was also one other unresolved matter. "Hull municipal lead- .51-.--- . ml) mk L. ... ml ; , MW,nrtl, . n,...,n, .,-,., " --ySm,,,,,, t ii 'II . , r l,,- 1 . "- ' ----- " - v.--. ' ' .- "r ' " t .. y ..'. ' - , 1. When winter comes, it brings 1001 different ways to give you grief. You have to fight with new, slick snow. Deep, rutted hardpack. Slush and ice and drifts and sleet and glaze and general undiluted phooey...and yet, through all of this, much of your driving is done on clear, open roads. Your winter tires have to be built to fit every one of these conditions. Your winter tires have to be so good that you JWL da" to pull up their socks "and stand fast and not allow the separ-atists to gain momentum." "And what I am saying is not a political ploy because in the last election the separatist Parti Quebecois ran a close second in many counties and we must be on ers, I understand, have met with Mr. Bourassa in an attempt to convince him to reconsider my boundary line. "Although to date I have no indication that the premier has decided to change my decision, I can't speak for him." Dr. Goldbloom two months ago announced a new boundary line between the two communities which would give guard." Dr. Goldbloom, like Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa earlier this week, admitted that the provincial government had made some "errors" in passing the controversial Official Language Act. "But they were honest errors and we must be Hull some 4,000 acres of land now in Aylmer. Hull municipal officials have said that this boundary line is "unacceptable." as it falls far short of their minimum land transfer demand all the land east of the proposed Deschenes Autoroute. Dr. Goldbloom also said in the interview that some adjustments "may be made" to the forma when it comes to quality... ii makes no compromises! big enough to admit to them and that is why we have decided to correct them," he said. The major error was the manner in which the language aptitude tests were being conducted for immigrant children wishing to attend English language public schools. "As a pediatrician I tion of the new municipal units created through a 1975 merger. But the minister flatly rejected any notion that one or more of the municipalities grouped into a unit could secede. "I am aware that there is some dissatisfaction in the Buckingham unit but there is no question of allowing one or more of the merged municipalities to secede." can count on them, no matter what's going on outside your windshield. Your winter tires should be Michelins. At Michelin, we build every winter tire has to offer and throw it right back. We build for winter, as we build for summer, only one "level" of tire: the finest. We believe that anything less, some day, will show itself to be less perhaps when you need it the most. In other words, we make no compromises. And we wonder: why should you? Goldbloom know that such tests on five-year-old children can be a very traumatic experience and that is why we have moved to make it more human." The minister said that Let it be known . . . al dishes at Sampan are prepared rtdividuaBy. Each is made for you. accoroVig to your wishes. We wM not hurry by preparing in aoVanoa and letting it stand. It takes longer but ensures the quality and flavour is at its best SUNDAY CHEESE BUFFET Served 5 to 8 p.m. ALWAYS PLENTY OF PARKING AVAILABLE 7 to take everything winter in future the child's whole family will be "interviewed" in an attempt to determine whether the child can attend an English language public school. :'?.'' '. us?..

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