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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 'France's New Left Wing PartyIpJCKED UP lilN PASSING wiCHAKD5OX> la' :ts constitution. The i 1 omic of the must go toward or I -aoulc tna The rise ot a the past 22 mcnuis to the position politics, cf electicn The first cf last Swncays election, tnat i- hsa produced s. trtumoh ;cr the force, have oeea cispellec In France tods-., the a-c bat between as Second Mall, i ihe of the len. "he Department. OKawaJ j is be-ween ane hber-v Matinee Therezs Co_i- ssd the French -voters haie rurned sipCT. the old cosseri-at.-.es "The Hercld Serves the Our War Dead It is now more than s y the fshtsg encec nearly war etiaec. so It is to ask waat cone aixsit compiles lithnrtcge and men tMUd tae stitsreme sacrifice and to decide now tnetr memory ess be kept green. Here is a. matter should oe taken up by tne city adthonL.es wiui me veterans' or- ganizat-ors m order plans say _ ures partv ana lean s Soc- s'anc sec-ana ana in in me electee As- se-no'y groups more than -ncv cic last One sulhon criinsec -.-esr str.ce to support t.ie Seme _______. Iv to. the new coalition -a her: th" meets Jure 1! One minor sensation of the election success of 'he ajspnan Na-'or- ahsts from French Morocco Or.- rwe7r.h releava fro-n deputies will torj: a Irsh Xat.onaliSt group in the Ca -eh Poreig-i shadow over FTc tloub-eclj the stisfereti from s. ser.ience -o Russia Biaa'J cf si-o- Fcr- -H, period of expanding c j and trade co-operation between naoa ana South American cotra- J _ es was predicted ir. Ottawa o> Chilean Agnccltare Minister Husa- berto Meneeza. in enlarsec eaiicat.or.sl cara- J na-zn regarding cissase wilf oe the amunin bj the eo-ordinatec effor 'oi th- departments of nesith anc. sharp limitation of tre Presidents powers and political cen- tal of the These fe-t- Escrtoec to Communist' irere i in tne former j put under way to compiete uie WOUJC -a task, as soon as ship of the Both tne j referendum ana tne election ha.e rejectee this trend, rejecting the %erdict of tne French people nresene tneir traoiuonai incivic- La! liberf, sn s. period of orastic econonnc is Uncle Way Greas Triuurse tells us LEFT HAND CORNER BODY (Continued from Front Page.) Q F Y O U JK O W. BARTON. jhat enabled Britain to hoicj THREE TYPES OF tort -or ireecom si- i PATIENTS 3IEXTAL odes. j ccnsecuei plus Govemment-o'smso. commocn- 1 The Assemolv T haie spofeen before cf tne pa- tten- m a "xew Jersey state hosm- tai Vno -Ras cared of her mental svmacoms cy the removal 01 sev- She nad aeexi vsr s-jrpi-as There will for montns most... K-.P-U- A b onlv. be 'o though ________________ uroviGe be everything from four-cylinaer of But motors 10 sleeping bags, tenta and i history cannot -wait -B-hiie Parts The vexrans nave an unin- corporated concern, ana nave set a tent salas room vim a Kare- Sioase. Veterans -Kin. bs given pref- trea sna tamma----. ber Co has cevelouedl apperea carae into askea a m purchases of sucn things as mechanics' and buHners' tools trxi jnatenals. bu; the general poo- nc oe served. Uncle follows a dit coarse Canada, where ail stiT' plus material is disposed of "War Assets Corporation. War As- ses has oone a very good joo in disnosing of many million dollars of land g--4 ouiknnss and larger By Capt J. Harper SELLCfG" THE VETERAX for a ners" tntenslve adver- tismg campaign designed to sell industry Sponsored by tbf cepanment of veterans' affairs tne ue w camoaign point, out the many preferential charac'ensncs i the veteran to prospective moved. The superustendeni then had other raecical specialists ex- anunp the patients for tonsils, s-nuses. gall bladder, mtes- unes. uterus and other organs. The clearing up of infection from these a hunorec. answered j cases enabled him to oiscnarge 40 rider. per cent of the pa'ients present. "I'll give -ou five said -jjjg a cove does not mean tnat, the other. The rider stopped short as 11 IE I azement, ann slo-siy cusmountec. j infection is the cause of symptoms a-gom' to he a httie matter o mnetv-nve coilsrs stand oetueea me (and "a mule traae. The The old appeal to "duty- ciiu., "symsatnv" has oeen aoandoned. Now the veteran "KnU be sold on his i emphasize! no estate ooom the special skills and -srhich the veteran received iz there is a the forces -which. a research, develop- ment a-id use he was flanked by an imposing array of experts He spoke empnaticallv as he put forward the overnments case that the exfaordinarv dang- ers latent in atomic energy war- ranted the granting of wide pow- ers to the minister of supplv to search the premises of persons who uugh? be using or developing atomic energy and take other steps to en- government control is main- COTS MORE TO RETTRE 'To'orro Financial On the back of the sheet of paper was en a full cla> later. This is the end. Xo suffering. Fee frozen and soaking Good-bye" ,_ Mr. Steep was a leteran of the i _ me First World War He -aas a goyemmer.t in his cays of youtn ana hp v as e oenifiCiarv v nen P to jlirr> 1 Mr Dalton recently anrour.ceo 'life members would haie u-essage of 3ove ana cora- of fort to tnose he heid dear thousards of could con- t He was a oraye and staur-ch mar. did not quail" ir. his OGO 'S4500) arjiually instead of death anc he left benicti mm b's mace scme_ otner aojuct- wortii yrhile, Mosey per se ts aoout the most useless thing in tae world goods tnat count. Dunsg tne troubled Umss of the comfort the rest of his days past year m Canada and U.S. {ntere't stL'" ?jave fallen far behind producing uie i will be in greater difficulties tc- goods and services people need. dollars Invest- mistakenly lot, of us have thought j ed in good a ?r. if ire could only get enough money j pcotne of abojt SlOO per ir-cnih be- we nxrald buy all the goods we need i" temolate secure retirement o-i life pne of those who lend a cigmty to sir all rrercbart his store, invest the proceeds at ard this income; plus that from what he had already saved wou5d ailow mm to 20 Years Ago From the Files of The Ijethbndge Herald. 'Biii" Hams is to be boss of tne Pageant of Progress" whicn is to be the b'g fepru-e on tne morn.rig of July 1, Dominion and want. It Is slowly dawning on us we nave been a. few dollars or a montn increase m pay doesn't go very far when prices of goods and services climb as fast or faster than the pay rate. the war To get the same in- now requires ai ir.-.estraent of it of recent the well drenched, tne areas of the south have former pnme minster's cark been soaked, and a big vsheat crop Jnents Lora listowel'F salarv wen Jt> from 000 to 000 the G been ur.derpaic :n coniDEn- son with other ministers wccer an old custom that the office -osuailv was held bv a peer and a member of the upper house might be ex- pectea to have prnate means Lo-c lastowel, wno 39, makes no claims to wealtn. Old world- Although he spokesman of the radar age W-n- ston Churchill s eold watch fham gives hi-n awav as a n-.an wro knew tr.e Ecwarcian aze Possibly ro other in the com- mons is as bianiantli ed as this which curves the now possible. A new test well has been Hardest hit is the middle class, farmers, small businessmen and sal- aried people Vvlth their own sec- untj plans menaced by high taxes and low interest thej are asked to contribute the bulk of the billion j Henderson beach will be openea dollars a year Ottawa is now spend- tomorrow A flag wnl be raised at rn legislation largely to the ceremonv and an pquatic sports somebody else, program has been, planned. What They Say Rev. J. G. Secbald, vicar of Rojston. Yorkshire: "Strip the of war from victory celebrat.ons Instead of rifits ano Run caT-sges there be cruiciaes and spinal car- Who dares to speak for you Mr. Prairie Farmer? I You Get Less Than A Bushel U.S. Farmers Get Equivalent Canadian money. You Lose C. (or More) A BUSHEL Are You Satisfied? IF NOT... Protest Protest u> WHO DARES TO SPEAK FOR YOU and soy that you are satisfied with a bushel, or even less, for your wheat when the same buyers paying U.S. farmers the equivalent of in Canadian money for their wheat? WHO DARES TO SPEAK FOR YOU and say that you ere content to lose 63c or more on every bushel you sell? WHO DARES TO SPEAK FOR YOU and claim to speak for every other prairie farmer as well? Since when have you given permission to anyone to cause you so great a toss? THE WHOLE THING DOESN'T MAKE SENSE WELL THEN, if those who have dared to speak for you and make such statements ARE NOT RIGHT, it is up to you to come right out and speak for yourself, and DEMAND OF THAT BE the payment of the proper world price for your wheat. or not you am a member or a wheat pool makes no difference. You are not a philanthropist you are a farmer.. Members of The Winnipeg Grain Exchange are all in favour or a healthy FLOOR price for wheat BUT they also want to see prairie get the same prices that other nations' farmers are getting. THINK THIS OVER. Then do more than just think. PROTEST LOUDLY AND LONG to the powers that be, until you get justice. DEMAND that your elected representatives secure for you justice and equality of prices. THE WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE 1FWSP4PERS -w SPA PI-: ;