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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MacMillan had low opinion of his fellow statesmen LONDON (AP) Former prime minister Harold Macmil- lan had a low opinion of lus fellow statesmen, President Charles de Gaulle of France, Chancellor Kdnrad Adenauer o( West Germany and President Dwight D. Eisenhower of the United States, his memoirs pub- lished Monday indicate. Do Gaulle he called "pin- Adenauer "vain, suspi- ious and grasping." He took Eisenhower to task for his foolish and incredibly naive unateur diplomacy." As for HAROLD MACMILLAN V> CO Paperback distribution LS suspect MONTREAL (CP) State secretary Gerard Pelletier says he ROMP is investigating pa- serback book distribution in Canada. There was "even a uestion of Mafia involvement" i the industry. The minister made the com- Saturday in answer to a question from the floor at a meeting of the Canadian Politi- cal Science Association at the Societies Conference at McGill University. The questioner asked about possible government action igainst firms which controlled distribution and inhibited the distribution of Canadian paper- oacks. Mr. Pelletier said he had been advised of the problem about a month ago when representatives involved in the business had come to see him. "They really frightened he said. "This is a very serious problem there was even a question of Mafia involvemen in the distribution of pocket books." He said the RCMP is invest! gating and he was getting ad- vice from justice depart- ment on the general problem. Mr. Pelletier also said the government is considering ways to bring distribution of paper- back books under Canadian con- trol. Most firms engaged in the distribution business are U.S.- owned. "I think the government Is prepared to go very far to keep control of these cultural matters in Canada, or to regain it where it has been the minister said. Lyndon B. Johnson as U.S. vice-president he said: "not a man of any Intellectual power." The fifth volume of memoirs .-Pointing the period from Maemillan's re- ileclion as British prime minis- cr in October, 1959, to Novem- ber, 1961. Pelcr Grosvenor, critic of The Express, called Macmil lan's comment on de Gaulle an "astonishing ciriticsm from Su sermac." He added that the )ook appeared to be based on 'a sort of 'I'm right, Mac' phi- losphy but everyone else' is out of step." USED INFLUENCE Bichard Crossman, a minister in the last labor government, said in The Times: "The main point seems to be to remind us of the enormous personal influ- ence he exerted on his old friend Ike and on his young fr- iend Jack (U.S. president John F. Kennedy) as well as on a vain-glorious de Gaulle, a sly and untrustworthy Adenauer and a umustious Khrushchev. Grossman added that the vol- ume covers the period "wher the slither began which dragget him (Macmillan) down from the h i g h t s of prime ministeria power into an electoral defeat from which he was rescued by a providential prostate opera- tion." The book, he said, "reveals remarkably little of what was happening behind the scenes" but made clear "that while he was hobnobbing with his fellow grandees in Moscow, Washing- ton and Paris, an endemic eco- nomic crisis was corroding tho basis of his prime ministerial power at home." Thursday, 8, 1972 THE IBTHBRIDGK HEftAlO INVEST IN PROVINCE Alberta received more than 30 per cent of the total public and private investments in Canada in 1971. Andres Wines earnings bubble over VANCOUVER Wines Ltd. has reported net earnings of for the year ended March 31, compar- ed to in the 1971 fiscal year. On a per share basis, earnings rose from 57 cents to 51.48. From 1971 to 1972, Andres' sales almost doubled from to FLEEING KONTUM-Mother with children clutching at her back and her hon-d rushes to helicopter in Kontum, South Vietnam, recently during evacuation attempt from the city which is under North Vietnamese siege. Costs million to cancel mill SASKATOON (CP) Atha- basca Forest Industries Ltd. will officially become a thing of the past Friday, June 16, with the redemption of debentures floated to finance the mil- lion mill. The action was necessitated when the New Democratic Par- ty cancelled a deal set in mo- tion by the previous Liberal government. The cancellation cost the pro- v 1 n c i a 1 government slightly more than ?6 million. Cost of redeeming debentures will cost the government slight- ly more than million. The debentures wiil be redeemed with the funds that were used to purchase the issue while the provincial government will pay the interest. PLACE TO RECORD TORONTO CCP) This city Is the best place in the world to record music. That's the pro- nouncement o f international star Harry Belafonte, who re- cently recorded a record here. The record includes some selec- tions taped live at Belafonte's last appearance at Ihe O'Keefe Centre here last year. ac STORES NEW RADIAL-V Countless more miles and the smoothest, safest miles ever! At last a wide, wide Radial designed specifically for North American cart. Four belt plies under the tried assure the ultimate in stability, mileage and handling. A great value for your vacation driving. Radial safety, radial contrnL, sewW! radial mileage, radial radial 11 f> jr (T Orty "78" INSTALLED LY NYLON CHAMPION r tvi CHEV. p. BARBECUE er4 S1 ONLY WO i Now el those Firestone Stores or participating Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 377-8548 OR DOOR BUSTER SPECIALS THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY ONG PLAY RECORDS from Pop, Country, Folk ack. 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