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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, AuguJl 27, THE IETH6R1DGE HERAID 11 Julie. Nixon Eisenhower Association des Scouts accepted "wilh extreme him the Vanier Scou poinlmenl" a medical in for his contribu- (o give up her leaching job lo Uie committee on co-op- because of a between Les Scouts anc I.OL1, Ibe Western While By Scouts. in San Clemcnle, Calif, The injury to President LcDain, chairman of on's daughter proved to federal commission of in- into the non-medical use drugs, is stepping down as of Osgoode Hall Law of York University when five-ycai term expires on dfaljffllp' said he will take a one- IMJJ sabbatical leave to write iww book about government am law, but will return to Hall as a professor of gjJBt law. i Australian Supreme Court claiming damages former Olympic swim- star Dawn Fraser was is- p in Sydney on behalf of seaman Boleslaw Lescz- writ, issued by a Sydney on behalf of Ihe 53- _ sailor, did not disclose cause of action. The termer was named in the .breaks as Dawn Fraser, also as Dawn Ware, o more serious than first a Sydney suburb. cated. Press Secretary 17, Lesczynski was L. Ziegler not guilty in a Sydney He said x-rays showed magistrates court ci big toe on the left foot of raping and indecent- been "shattered and assaulting the former Olym- when a book cart toppled on star on board a ship here Julie's foot the second day May 22 the job as a Grade 3 at Atlantic Beach Salinger says the late school. It was her first States President John ing Kennedy intended to use a Julie probably will be in term in the White House cast up to her knee for foul' bridge the gap between the .six weeks and will have to and China, as President off her foot for some now is striving lo do. V press secretary to Leonard (I. Nicholson, made this reporl in er commissioner of the. interview with the Britisl was awarded Corporalion re- scouling's highest award, July 5, before Nixon Bronze Wolf, at the his plans lo visi World Scout Conference in and broadcast Thurs- yo, the Boy Scouts of announced in the prepared texl, Salinger A native of Mount said Kennedy never in- in King's County, N.B., major escalation in the Nicholson has had a long Vietnamese war and al ciation wilh xcouling, contended only the South Ihe Silver Wolf. Canada's could solve their est scouting award, in with North Vietnam. New Quebec in talk OTTAWA iCPi informed source saic well-known Qv-'jbeccrs, theme of the first meeting ing members of [he Parti Qucbecois, met be offered 7-cccnlly lo discns.s (.he opportunity to vote posi- ity of a Quebec party on the federal queslion might be an- The meeting was called he said, by Ihe creation Fcrnand Alie. former a Quebec bloc or parly which of Ihe Quebec wing of the field candidates in the gressive Conservative federal election. and was joinliv chaired hv Bertrand of Quebec City, Tiier Parli Qupbecois candidate in Ihe provincial riding of Dorchester, near Quebec truck In a telephone yesterday, both Mr. Bertram! and Mr. Alie acknowledged given nice-liny and said another lie held at the Alie Institute in downlown Montreal, site of hike first meeting The second ing was set for Sept. (CP) The Win- Other prominent Quebec branch of the Leller Car- sons attending the first Union of Canada has included Camille Lau r i n, Hie union's first in- house leader in the national contract, an agreement sembly; Roch Lasalle. the a private trucking firm pendent federal MP for for a 54.2-per-cent who broke wilh the increase over years. Conservatives earlier Ibis per cent of the in- Claude Ryan, publisher of is immediate, and 29 per jU o n t r e a 1 daily Lc is spread over' the last lli Andre LTlcurcux of the in six-month increments. eration of National Trade represent a wage increase ions; Francois-Albert SI. 30 an hour, and will bring Montreal head of the St. Jean Bnptistc Society, and levels to S3.70 an hour by June 1, 1973. Morin, bead of Ihe Quebec contract affects 40 em- of the New Democratic of Ryan Trucking Ter- Mr. Laurin's secretary Ltd. of Winnipeg, en- dial Mr. Lawm had been in the transportation of tllu first mceling where Ihe participants had discussed m in the Winnipeg post office. The agreement was negoti- topics without faking any under the Industrial Dis- cal and Investigation Act. co.ii.irm Kti announcing the contract A committee was organized to conduct studies on Roger Decaric, national president ol the union, lopics and to report lo the Sept. 2 the agreement was only the first of many which will be Mr. Bertrand said he first over the next few years behalf of employees who in June, 1070, shortly after for companies that con- Quebec general election mail delivery from the brought Robert. Bourassa's office. erals to matters covered in Ihe Mr. Alie Ihe participants at Ihc first meeling were invited as "Ibmkcr.s'1 and were- not deal wilh union ncmbersbip, grievance and ar-lilralion procedures. <10-h o u r sured, if .such a bloc wilh lime mid a half for formed, of aulninalic two weeks vacation employees with less than "All can tell uiu is years service, and flncc studies are being carried oul for those with three people who arc or more. (Mid highly rcpre.sonliilivc of different mileux in the ho. BRANDS One observer said the may be formed along Ihc are an estimated 7IK) .if Paul Ilcllyor's Aclion and imported brands ada, lint wilh a .strong spring water in Ihc United _ turday MERCHANDISE ON SALE RSEDAY TILL 9 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. TILL 6 PJA LIMITED QUANTITIES. Reg. to 6.99 PAIR Reg. to 8.99 PAIR Use Zeller's Budgel Coupons ffii Use Zcller's Bucfgel Coupons -V BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS WOMEN'S m WOMEN'S SYNTHETIC I S-T-R-i-T- SLEEPWEAR Reg. 6.88 PAIR Reg. 9.99 EACH Reg, to THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 'il 9 MEN'S PANTS LADIES' SHORT SLEEVE KNIT PULLOVERS Crew or V-Neck MEN'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H HO! Reg. 7.77 EACH Reg. 96c PAIR Reg. to 9.99 PAIR Budgel Coupons Use Zeller's Budget Coupons GIRLS' FORTREL FLARES SHOES UP TO 50% OFF stripe style for men or hoys Reg. 5.96 PAIR Reg. 4.44 PAIR Reg. 10.99 PAIR LONG PLAY BOYS' or GIRLS 2-P1ECE Ax. B THURSDAY f AND FRIDAY GIRLS' or BOYS' S-T-R-E-T-C-H FLARES Grand Funk Sabalh Rare Eqrlli Sizes 2 ho 6x Reg. 4.96 PAIR Reg. 4.44 EACH Use Zeller's Budget Coupons Use Zellcr's Sudgel Coupons i Tv1 :sw, USE YOUR ZEILER'S BUDGET BUY ONE PEN GET TWO PENS FREE Satisfaction (Guana nt sed! ocdlccl ill the Soulh l-pllibridgo Shopping on Mr-yoi P.. i'-c iy '-1 lo 6 p.m. Wednesday 9 n.m. lo 1 p.m.; Thurirfoy and Fuclay 9 fc V Trlrphotic ;