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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 HIE UMISRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March 18, 1971. DESIGN YOUR OWN CHEQUES There's a current croze designing your own cheques, like fhese two ex- amples. Bonk of Marin in San Rafael, Calif, started the cl-eque service four months ago and says it has been swamped with orders. Top: Advertising execuiive H. Samm Coombs plugs his agency with cheques showing him sitting on a soapbox. Bottorm Gary and Lynn Imm's cheques were designed by their young son, who drew a stick figure portrait of Hie Imm family. sympathize with militants Young: French leftists still troublesome force PARIS (Router) Young I I on I (or I he funeral, while j the young revolutionary groups, COLLEGE BOARDS OF GOVERNORS James L. Foster, Minister of Advanced Education, re- quests nominations for the appolnfment of persons to serve on the boards of governors of the Alberfa public colleges. The following are the colleges and 1. Grant MacEwan Community Collego (Edmonton) 1 Vacancies 2. Lethbridge Community College 1 Vacancies 3. Medicine Hat College 1 Vacancy 4. Mount Royal College (Calgary) T Vacancy 5. Red Deer College 1 Vacancy 6. Grande Prairie Regional Collego No Vacancies Homing ion1, should provide pertinent infofmaHon c.on- rerninq (he nominee's background and qualifications. should include their addresses. Appoint men r? are normally for a three-year period commencing July 1, 1972. Nominations should be for- worded, no later than April 3, to: DR. H. KOU5AR, Chairman Alberto Colleges Commission Suite 600, Devonian Building 11160 Jaspor Avenue Edmonlon, Alberta left-wing extremists, rocket] 1-Yauce lo its foundations in May, 1968, have suddenly re- emerged in pnblie life with a se- rios of bomb allaeks and a kidnapping. sklercd (he militants' ranks div- ided am! dispersed, was startled lo realize the turbulent "gauch- vorks here. An estimated persons a rash of bomb attacks on Ke- estimate there are mili- nault installations awoke public, press antl government alike tu the return of the leftists. A few days later the kidnap- ping nf Renault official Herbert Kct off n po- lice search for victim and cul- prits. NogL'clle was released after being held ;it gunpoint for hours, lint the leftists have sworn to continue militant tac- tics. The police, who have set up special squads to keep track of Lints, including about hard-core activists. While 10 lo 15 groups are in- volved, they fall into two main and T r o t- skyiles. The Maoist hardliners, despite their name, are probably closer to Ihe romantic revolutionaries of Cuba and Latiu America than lo the Chinese Communists. LUADKKA PhD Their main group. La Cause du (The P e o p 1 e 's is i E d by Ala in Clei.s- mar, a 32-year-old PliD in phys- ics who has sjKjnt 18 montlis m jail for lius political activities and was one of the leaders of the ISCtf revolt. Us members admit to carry- ing out provocative acts against the authorities in order to star! a cliaiu reacion of "provoca- tion-rc p ress ion-resist aiicc." The group's clandestine branch, the New Popular Ilc- sislancc, has been held respon- sible for the kidnapping of the Renault official, bomb attacks on brinks and company offices, ami the heating of a Gaullial deputy. BACK BY SAKTIIK The Maoist militants have had some important backing from author-philosopher Jean-Paul Sarlrc, who has expressed ap- proval for some of their goals. The second leftist current, the Trolskyiles, are headed by 30- year-old Alain Com- munist league, which traiiis its members in summer camps, holds numerous seminars and models its cell system on that oE its arch-enemy, the French Communist party. The league carries out less di- rect action in the streets than Hie Maoists, apparently to avoid alienating public opinion. But it is believed responsblc for sev- eral spectacular gasoline bomb attacks last year, including ona on the U.S. Embassy in Paris. Kri vinc was one of several cane! id ate s wJ 10 stood aga ins L President Georges Pompidou at the presidential election. He won only one per cent of the poll. (Mlawa coffers main source of P.E.I, revenue Hy THE CANADIAN PRESS Prince Edward Island's Uirg- cst. source of revenue will con- tinue to be the federal govern- ment, which is expected to pro- SG0.4 million under taxation agreements and grants in the 1972-73 fiscal year, Tins represents more than hnlf thr provincial income, il was indicated in the budget of the Liberal government, brought in Thursday. IL esti- i mated a deficit of 52.B million in fix; 1972-73 fiscal year on record i expenditure of SI 12 million and revenues of million. Provincial Treasurer T, Earle Hickey told the P.E.I, legisla- ture there 11 be no tax i n- creases. He defended mil- lion estimated to come from federal equalization payments as necessary to provide an equal level of services in poorer provinces. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAl GAS COMPANY LTD. Presents THREE SESSIONS STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1972 from 7.30 p.m. lo 9.30 p.m. GAS COMPANY AUDITORIUM 410 STAFFORD DRIVE, LETHBRIDGE Registration Fee (Includes Chef's Hot and Apron plus a personalized Gourmet Cook Book) REGISTRATION CLOSES APRIL 3rd 'stralion will be limited to 75 men. Send eompleled coupon together regiifrc- n fee. Your application will be acknowledged by mail. Classei wil] be concluded by Cano- n Western Natural Gas home economists. r r canoDton tuesiern narurai-oas company unorreD Serving Albertans since 1912. I wish lo register fcr the Men's Barbecue Cooking sessions and enclose Make cheque or money order payable lo Canadian We si em Natural Gas Company Ltd. MA WC PHONf. eturn 1o Horn a 10 -5 in if or d Dri Service Division, Canadia e, telhhf rcfge, AlbeMo. 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