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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE HERAID Thursday. Oei-nbsr 14, 1972 KITING CLEARANCE.. MEN'S WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR I Rural population key to survival WINNIPEG (CP Canada's cm city life mis', be replaced rural population will basically with a of community have to solve society's problems j in rural areas v.-ilh people work-! which have resulted from the ing together !o replace the lack concentration of technology in of power over control o( the huge urban centres, delegates j means o! to the National Farmers Union "This mfzrx a great deal annual meeting v.-ere to'.d Tues-' decentralizir.2 of on a day. whole thal over the George McRobie, an econo- last 20 years spent pull- mist from Iflndon, England, into the said rural people still are close The idc-sl o! the owners of enough to nature to be able to capital in "robber econ- investigate alternatives to re- omy" is pr'xIuc'Kjn v.ithout em- place the city oriented arj o' more and destructive technology of today more Ho tw alteriu-e. t su'.-. "Their r.'.'.v.o might be: rival technology, must be found 'to gerer- to replace the western -AwJd's' ation, whs! have they ever done current ideological sod of limit- i for 115.' less economic grov'-th. Society FEW FOIV'IS GOOD has been "hood'-rinked" into te- i TM.-O i.-e ;w! forms of lieving no such alternative ex- which have ists. elimmated c.-j'igery and Mr. McRoble, development di- r.-'. i'.'s being carried i rector of the intermediate Tech-1 too far a.'.'i i> eliminating 1 nology Development Group people ar.i 'that's the sort of jid the farmer's union technology v.e don't Ltd., said the farmer's union technology v.e don't want." has an international reputation I During lecwd lay of the of being concerned v.ith human union's cor.verjtion values ard and its mem- Friday. bers must inspi'.e the develop-'' merit o: nev., decentralized technologies. Tbe current ideology 13 based on the harriesiffig cf scierxs anrl technology to provide the maximum output of gvA? ant services through produc- tion and the creation of mass 'Trie main motive power Is -arell-knovrn as laced with envy and a gvxi deal of self- deception." he said, and hs.s led to depopulation of rural areas, social alienation by people into cides and an which enrfs oi toon 7.0- by accla- mation 'r; hii fourth term as president. Trie lea-itr since the union's birth in J1O. Mr. Atkinson said he expected steps during tr.e coming year as the union strives to loecome the sole for farmers. Durtis discussion of resolu- tions, Mr. told dele- gate CP Rail should be '-con- fiscated'' and placed as as in- tegral part ot an ovc-r-aJl trans- portatioti pUa for Canada. I be- ey have received puhlic for so long it is time of Canada got some iney back." 'f- "And creasin? lack of pov.t-r to en- able to shsce own E1 RESTS wrni FEW Po-j-er now rests in tte hsr.ds W7I.L STUDY PAPERS of a fe-x people anti-plan- Delegates also studied nong, snd LTe- papers in five separate EpoTisibilitv are rampant. "grains sr.d oikfteds; Tte trffti. e-.idcct Eiice the dal-y; livestocr and meats: and Secgrd World War. has seen ru- ard vegefarjlea. ral people moved in In the dairy panel discussyra, creasing numbers to the cities delesstes called for a iff. dollar v'here they riave to sit ''in fror.t in the price paid to ef machines vrhere they have producers for each pounds only a small part of their cor.- of rniii. Ecuiusrife'is in what The Cansdian Cocnmis- are S" GET YOUR ONE BEST DEAL! 72 CENTS OVER INVOICE DURING OUR 1972 DEMO CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR 1972 MONTEGO A DR. PILLAR HARDTOP 1972 MX 4 OR. STATION WAGON 1972 CUSTOM 500 :on al-.o waj urged to form ari oepartrr.ent to and proraote the con- of ria-iry prodijcts at both domestic and export Today, An exciting clearance of fashion footwear for men, and children. Choose from dress or casual dress or casual styles for for all the family in snowboots and overshoes. Styles and patterns in a var- iety of leathers, vinyl or suede uppers. Not oil sizes in any one style but a good selection of sizes. All sales final. Main Flcar ard sit in fror.t tele'.-Lsion at an e'.en level of ccnscicufrass and fi- nally sink into a deeper state of Mr. McRdiie said cities ''are Mirtister Sam Uskiw'arjd Err. the peacetin-.e eouivslsit of the IfacEachern. Cariadiari ga.s chamber, fi's slower, but agricui'jira: economic research effective.'; cour.cil riirertor. are ezpected This mindless chaos of to to the Australia to cut links with Britain 1972 GALAXIE 500 1972 GAL AX IE 500 2 DR. KAfDTOP Ivs-, -.r, iOO V-3. 1972 W.5TEOE TIDEAU SCO 1 01. HARDTO? 1972 METEOR MONTCAIM 2 HARDTO? Rad i'Sl V-2, FS, F8, red's. d 1972 PINTO 52131.00 HERE'S ONE FOR DAD! 1963 BUICK ret.. P.S., IDEAL FOR OR DAUGHTER 1971 TOYOTA MARK II 1971 F1NTO 1967 CHEV CAPRICE ?.6. Men's, Boys' Winter Wear Clearance 8-" to 21-" 13" to By ROBERT TRL'MBL'LL Yfirk Time's News Ice SYD.'iZY, _ Tr.-i pany ir. L'alU has plar.- ro loosen the tsl links vritj-j Eritair.. J o h n a laVxvr poOtk-lsr: aryj A'l'.'treU-eJi envoy U> thsi Australia v.'a1; 'f.'-.r- British v-TiuVi eventually a re- Tike LvJia of Eritiivh thst longer Boys' Grouping, each Men's Grouping, each Take advantage of this exciting clearance of wearables for men and boys. Savings on parkas, bomber styles, filled, men's leather coats, oil low priced. Also included sweaters, pants, gloves and shirts for men and boys. "WILLIE WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" Featured in Eaton's Children's Christmas Show at the Paramount Theatre on Saturday. Santa Will Be There! sr.C'v f'.r 14 one) 'jr.der U r.eid !iv- or, ot 11 fordir.g ie lo have ire if. yivr ere rj -jr.V, i- ;ro it EATON'S Eoton'j will remoln open until p.m. 5 etmbcf 23rd, yyill ct t to life y ihopping Chriitmat wild the of Sotufdoy, December 16lh anrf Saturday, fiogr of p.m. to our Doff to teatan Iheir family and frlendi. the rote r.f 'rx- Brlti.Th sovereign ki n over ite n> srjt'a rjetwwk, Arm- s-trwvg, 3 formftr lord of Syrj- s A'it- flag ft.vj r-auoMii sntrftm, thfr British to r.u'orw NF.VV ANTIIK.M or.g trjit, e o ii n t r y 3 s '.rxr liUer'3 Uvr Conunon Market, a that AiRtra- ir: sr.rl Britain, tv.'o v.OJ i VfltstiK a; PERFECT PRESENT, FOR MOM] 1963 METEOR 2-DOOR HOT. 1971 TOP.INO 1897 1970 DELUXE TOYOTA 1968 MONTEGO MX a thf: or w a high com r I r! on wiulvaknt of ar. Rritain iJ5 Jfith Icnn foi' JfarroJtl CAI.GARY Gordon L. Jfsr.-old ha? prfc-irknt the Al- rxrrta twm. fft s st con- dition recently of t.V; pool's CERTIFIED NURSES' AIDES KEQUIKED BY LOCAL AAEDICAL CLINIC 2 CERTIFIED NURSES AIDES work Full-Time Permanent l_To worV COMMENCE EMPLOYMENT.JANUARY, 1973 cc-nditicnt Apply to CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419-7th STREET SOUTH E, ALBERTA 1969 PONTIAC PARISIEMNE r-r. -I--1, r...... p.5., t.-t., r-'j.o Vir.yl 1965 POIARA WAGON V-5, P.I., if P.5.. T965 VAUAHT GET THE ONE BEST DEAL HERE SUPERIOR R5 TABER, ALBERTA 5403 48th Avenue PHONE 223-3537 223-2722 ;