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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Dtcembtr II, 1972 TH? 17 Lalonde is flexible on social security policies Bush pilots could fill jvolumes with sagas a mouthing Chinese urged I'EKJ.N'O 'Renter> Chi- rriorilh after Premier E> si predicted to vi'.i'.ing journal- that o! drought in o'-'v-.-i CLiaa't grain lc OOV.TI four per five internaticcal grain jtral-s and from Vu'.e-i trie total rid -jales to Peking in tons, attle group disrupts meeting jne Bear Uke, r.ot far Irom lnruf.t for autonomy. lie via jr, ready to hand the provinces; filiations have made torn ieg- Ga'ich'er. acci- all the power nor to demand to- ewfa jr] Canadian history. The tent away other provincial rniriitera By JOE DU'l'IS chisels 6 collars but not TORONTO A tear- sgairivt "'-he corporate chiseiLig crtsLs j.-v.tcir Bear felt Mr. HartweM could nave set FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND EMPHYSEMA t-s speech, the elder Lewis de- te reliant of ferxied u-oeaiployniect the radical ul an b" tr.-e.-e al'-a'.ks we are Li- oJ of But were only an si to Ca.iadla.-j thro JET. na elect one of ibeir members._______ 'a-T of ov-' Steve Perjver of Toronto, to ths irto' to rinks of fe uKr.v executive. WafHers. rx, pwerl bv eo-.err.rr.eri ir, ir, the party, PE> IAGO-N bv trje corporate elacted to t-oe st tr.e b'- a la'.l' of p'.ar> yean ago. s agai.ist the reformirts, rrler.t. not ir.a Uvsy are urJikft the left of tie r-vere -a after Eyme's' Tr.e fri vyind jxorxrf the uv; C that the mirtria! thro-.gh tr.e car'1. or. s for tr.e .av .3-- Tr.e Nobe! arv over thh v.-a; f.ritiial of psy- I it bs a fair j hosrjJSly-U for jgr.orr.g the trlii." rxx.'.ib'e of .Hyrr.e. sair) last week he t J2-rr.err.ber 5fe-; Ia.r. Aug'jst bad re- impartiai. rerxned that; in full agreement t'-.-e rec- of the Ian-! ir. the order of the eivr5.v rx-iieve Tru dean's rapped ir. tr.e cisk. ter ..'jiisr. f.a.id to bid -7x be- 1 of the to 1 r.-OTlld rn'llion 'o proceed iled rt Tuesd av on rv-ed VV tm up (hef, re ]'orta.-.e ;r. rriir- v.- He from S! r.eyt Per, for his r.aVxr Femar.d thera. rate for eorstruaior: MORE TOURISTS RO'.fK Italy has bwr, j-- j- i I ,'j. Jiv.'u. J w ir." official duty go up to from in by o' to hii ho-iti." and for sluderits under i? noise rising o' i-rr. ir'ident. -to from i0-1 million foreigr.: r Mr. Guindrxi -aid '.'.ill came- to -Isil In the V rr, rfavh be no differentia! fo- hotel, re-- fir-t eK'it sovertv s fo- r.i: v.-i'e. tavern or o'.rxrr rr.er.t That ar. Tre r.lane-. de- workers v.ho rely i increase of 4.2 per cerJ (r.'er the by chJc-fly on tips for their wages, i period in 1J71. Ftate.a Cator PRESSURE GAUGE I CAR TRUNK SNOYS SKOVEl t._ I M SET OF FOUR ;