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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta B.C. government back ii f The Kovcriimcnl ad in Sun- I day's Colonist and Monday's npm au. ctficiHs were not 'uSSrS.' two Vicloria Immediately avnil.iblc for com- ljort-s S50-a-ycur grant to len- incut. I ants In yeur.s of and older. Times Publisher SlnurL lrn apparently relented in its deci- sion lo viilhliold government ;id- vcrlisinB froni newspapers. The ban was imposcrl ia miil- Fcbruary nNcr Tin- Times and Tlie Colonist published a ciRa- rctV arlrerliscmeiiL in conlr.iv- cntion of the Tobacco Advertis- ing Act On Sunday an advertisement i the Mr. Umlei-liill placed by the provincial linnnee "We arc glad lo sec it department appeared in Tlie l inakinfi use of them again.1' derhill said further novornmenl aikerlisiiiLj is .scheduled dm ing tlic week. "Our adverlisini! services have always been available lo icar test :tn WASHINGTON (C1M North Vietnam's weli-siippoiipd offen- sive across the zone is a long expected lesl of President Nixon's policies in Southeast Asm. It also seems certain to make Ihe Vietnam war aii issue again in llic cur- rent U.S. elcclion campaign. With fewer lhan Amer- ican ground troops leff in Viet- nam, mainly defending their own bases, and v.ilh monsoon rains and cloud restricting sup- port by American aircraft, (he brunt of the attack has fallen enlirely on South Vietnamese ground forces. Nixon's program for Vietnam- ization ol tliu war, calls for leaving the ground lighting to American-supplied Vietnam- ese forces, would be placed in jeopardy if the current thrust from Hie North achieves unu- sual success. Tbe presidcnl v.ould find It difficult lo walch idly while the South Vietnamese suffered a significant defeat, bul he would imperil his support al home il American forces had to be com milted again to prevent a de- feat, Government officials in Wash- ington, who had been saying for months thai North Vietnamese assaults were inevitable, have icon ac pains in recent clays to ippear comparatively uncon- cerned about Llic flaroup of Lit their state-men's have I also seemed to he aimed at pre- paring the American public for a increase in American iir activity, including tlie possi- >ilily of a renewal of the large- scale bombing raids on North Vietnam u-Jiicli cnrfed in iflfis. Vietnam has figured lil'lc in domestic American politics re- cently. Senator George McGovern and other anli-war figures on tlic campaign trail have had la switch to other issues to attract attention. Senators Hubert Humphrey and Edmund Muskio have not appeared to he hurt unduly hy their pro-war support of the past. TRIPLE EFFECT But R dramatic increase in fifjhting in South Vietnam likely to mean an increase in three other areas: In U.S. air activity, in American casualties and in home front rhetoric. Democratic opponents of President Nixon's policies arc sure to renew their attacks on Vielnamization if the Commun- ist assaults achieve any sub- stantial victories over South Vietnam's armed forces. The grant was approved al this year's session of the legislature which Vr-onnd up last Thursday. WJiL-Ji The Times ran Ihe ciga- rctle ad in February, Mr. Un- derbill said the reason was the paper (ell legislation prohibiting tohnci'o and liquor advertising in B.C. was being applied un- fairly. Attorney-General Leslie Pe- terson reacted by .stating that tlio papers were irresponsible publishing the ad and that this "should in no way be rewarded by Ihc govermnuinl." Members of the legislature accused the government of using ads for political purposes, boy editing the two Victoria newspapers and jeopardizing freedom of the press. Three smalt 11C1. newspapers which blacked out provincial government advertising in pro .esf against 1 h e government ban will continue their boycott. CONTINUE HAN Ron Powell, co-owner of To- lay Publications Ltd. of Cran- brook, said Ihe three papers published by his firm will con- linue their ban until the gov- ernment gives assurance thai its advertising will not be with- drawn again in retaliation against newspapers. Tlic resumption of govern- ment advertising in the Vic- toria papers "is not good enough for he said. "Tlie issue is partly answered, but we don't know that this (gov- ernment boycott) will not hap- pen again tomorrow or next week." Today Publications publishes two dailies and a weekly a combined circulation of 9, Tuoitlny, April 4, 1972 7HF lETHBRIDCE HERAIO 15 U.S. dollar devalued 'ATi -I'rt'si- U.S. to it at an Intcrns- jnnl (.onfiTi.-nce lie-re last Dec. linn of MIL: Stiitcs dollnr official Monday, luiiisla- lion niisinj.; UK; o[ lo an rum re from Ttii.s clKmjri' in Ihc lent of the ciolhn sinco "This doll a r .snitl Nixon in a .staltrm'nt, "is a i basic point nl departure in ild con- workhif; toward a new interna- IRELAND the streets of MARCH Members of ihc Irish Republican Army lend a parade through Belfast in Norlhcrn Ireland. All wonl off peacefully. WASHINGTON CAP) Sur- gery such ns appendectomies night be needed alto arc! space- ships millions of miles from eiirth it man ultimately inrues lengthy interplanetary voyages, a panel of scientists said here. And the space apcncy should begin now lo plan for tilling de- cayed leelh and treating medi- al ailments aboard the space- said thii Space Science card of the National Academy Sciences, While not specifically reeoni- icnding it, the board suggesled ne way to eliminate deep-space TOWN of CARDSTON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town of Cardslon will accept bids for the purchase of the Town Garbage equipment, and for Ihe collection of Ihe Town's garbage. Bids to be in ihe hands of the Municipal Secre- tary, K. 0. Bevans by the 18th day of April, 1972. 200. Margaret Murray, editor of the Bridge River Lillooet New said she uses government ads for jobs and services, but re- fuses to run "Social Credit propaganda." don't believe in S o c i a Credit ads boosting Iliemselves nnd paid for by public slie said. Mrs. Murray said she Ihuuylit tlie Victoria papers were "going on them selves" in accepting govern nient ads. Meanwhile, decision on a Su premo Court case by seven firms challenging the validity of Ihc government nd-ban leg islation is still pending. For easy application, durability and a price you'll like, depend on CILTONE Latex Semi-Gloss from CIL A palnf- with trie durability of enamel end the easy application of a latex, CILTONE latex Semi-Gloss has the perfect versatility for your home. Great for walls and woodwork in heavy traffic areas because dirt and grease wipe off with a sponge. Dries to the soft low-lustre finish that's so popular. You can wash brushes and rollers with just soap and water. In hundreds of colors at your CIL Dealer and at o price you'll like. Dollar for dollar voor best ZtF M paint buy. c u Paints JOHN FORREST COLOR CENTRE Pain's ond Wallpaper 321 5th St. S. Ph. 327-23B3 COALDALE LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. COAIDAU PdONE 345-30BS BEAVER LUMBER 3rd Ave. and 17th Sr. S. Ph. 323-4461 HOLLINGSWORTH 9th. Ave. HARDWARE 15-22 9lh AVE. 5. PHONE 328-3684 YOU WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD surgery appendectomies M-ouIrl be to re- move llic appendices of all piice traveller prior lo blast- ed. The scienlisls siioko of Hie possible necrl for sriace surgery such tilings as liluod part ol a major report on a much broader sub- ject, Human Factors in Long- Duration FOUll-YEAR STUDY Releasing the report, result- ing from more than four years' study undertaken ;tt tbe request of the National Aeronautics and I Space Administration, the N'a- ]U'il, amounts cent increase m ;joM value, ot a I stand ;i 7.89 pi-r ci-nt clollav revaluation. Tlie cluing will no! nfiicially tako effrct until Treasury Sec-rri- tary Joliri Crinnnlly nolifk'.s olli- cials of Inioi'iiiili'iual Monc- Larv I'uiici. Paid A. Volckrr, secre- tary ot the trc'iisiuy nionc- lary affairs. lio dirl not know C'lmnallj' formally nolify liiv IMF. lie adrlc'i liial ;iny rlubv' lx- a terhmcaiily and "not terribly sieniliciml'' inas- inncb as tlic v.-rnli] jiionoy mar- kels quickly adjn.Mc-rl lu uation of the dollar nlioa (liu economic slaljilily aelion cann'il-and docs not- 100 Copies S3. 30 plus tax lional Academy said it could be summarized thus: "Before man ventures into space for lonr: periods, a great (Jeal more needs to be known aboul a whole ranye of pliysiol- opical nntl fac- tors, from dceondilioning of hudy syslems durinR long fliglils to impairment of men- tal priforinancc due lo lengthy iEolalion and confinement. "Despite tbe success ol tbe manned space program to date, scicnli.sls can not conclusively ensure Unit man will be able to tolerate longer flights. DR. R. A. LACEY M n., BS r.R.C.S., M R.C.O.G C.R SPECIALIST IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY Wishes to announce relocation lo his permanent office at: Centre Village, Lethbridge From April 4th, 1972 BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE 327-3171 CM CUSTOM AM CAR RADIO WITH PUSHBUTTON SELECTORS ON SPECIALLY-EQUIPPED FULL-SIZE PONTIACS "REMOTE TRUNK RELEASE sVINYL ROOF "AND TINTED GLASS ALL'ROUNO on Laurentian (6 cyl. and V8 models) hardlop coupes and 4-door sedans, Calalina hardlop coupes, 4-door hardtops and 4-door sedans, Parisienne Brougham hardtop coupes, 4-door hardtops and 4-door sedans. You buy one of Ihese specially-equipped Iull-si7e Ron- lines, with just Ihe Ihrea low-cost options and you get a factory-installed, pushbutton AM radio valued at S92 75''! Whichever model you choosn, you get Ihe kind ol value you've been looking lor. No matter how much you shop around. Pontinc's Sound Oder is the one thai delivers the rnosl value (or your money. H 1 1 I J-.-j 11 1 ONSPECIALLY-EQUIPPEDTRIM-SIZELEMANS "DELUXE WHEEL DISCS "WHITEWAI.LTIRES 11 REAR WINDOW DEFDGGEP "AND TINTED GLASS ALL'ROUND on LcMans coupes, hardlop coupes and 4-door sedans. Ralhcr go trim-size than full-size? If you huy one ot Ihese intermediate Ponliac LeMans', specially-equipped with Ihe tour appearance and convenience options listed above, your radio is FRLl: ll's a faclory-inslalled, AM pushbullon radio valued at SOO 75'' II Ponlrac's Sound Oiler sounds like the best sale in got the message! tr-i M I s JUST FOR WAGON You can buy a 2-scal or 3-r.fMl Laurenltan or Satan lull-size Pontiac station ol a fjet your root rack FRLli1 It's a stainless sleel root luggage corner vaiuod at S09 50 v To get il. you buy your wagon spccially-cquipped with Ri.MOTt CONTROL IvltRHOH POWER TAILGATE WHITLWALl TIRES ELECTRICCLOCK AM RADIO N ftl LIMITED TliVIE OFFER See your participating Pontiac dealer during ;