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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE UTHRSIBGE HERALD Iliurseliiy, 30, 1972 bllY SOllgW i> from. P.E.I, shows his scars CiuiiUlkiu I'rrss Slaff Ccisc soft- Nj'okyn, shy .smgwriter frum Prince luhvurd Islwxl. lias amic out frt ni K'himl liis sijuglassrs eye lo siiou1 the world liis SIMIVS. It's part of a self-imposed process for the ;'4-veuL--ohi native of Val who fouixl spiritual home in the Maritimo.s and who clings steadfastly to it, despite tho pressures of suc- cess brought on by his songs Saovibird uml Put Your1 Hand in (ho Eland. When i'.e gi'ls OH siage tudny, his audience.-; set! not. only the effects of pylio which part in 11 v I I fv k- f> side of his injured In a crash--hut the >oul of Take advantage of our volume discount prices on a wide range of quality lubricants including fa-nous URSA Motor Oils. HAVOLINE and all-purpose MARFAK. Wnateveryou need, we have the ;ight and the savings tailored to Ihe size of your order. Now is the rrie! Farm Lubrkents LAVERS BULK FUELS LTD. 1915 2nd Avpnue Soulh LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-2762 JIM SWARTZ TEXACO PRODUCTS BOX 590, VAUXHAU Plione 654-2555 M. BALOG SONS PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ITD. Box 328 BLAIRMORE Phone 562-2144 a country poet who n dm its lie's been running from him- self for too long. "I'm finding ;i natural tiling j happening that's says Macljclliiii. who completed a three-week, cross- Canndn tour early in tlie first of his career. AIUoT i-iKLF "I've got to heeomo enm- pletoly naked don't moan I've gut lo bare myself let people sec exactly I am. ''And if they don't like what they sec, then I'm in the wrong business." MncLellan is still the .same guy Bil) Langstrolii, host of C li C television's Singulong Jubilee, says goes around wish his nerve ends out four miles, but he's no lender afraid to expsse them. "I have it lot of internal strife still. This all came on me .so fast. Like, I was years old, so it's been four yeors in lliu jnsl (uriu'd to me, that a drastic "To have myself accepted, like my music accepted, at that stage of life was something, when everything that v.-ns just dull void. "A lot of times 1 feel like a freak, but people pay to see freaks. I'm accepting that fact now, I don't mind it as much. The main tiling is the music and if I'm helping any- body with my music, that's all that really counts to mt." cLel Ian's gro wi ng sc If- parallels the confi- dence lie feels building iti his songs, tic's still his owu toughest censor, but v.-hen a song conies on now, he just. Jets it flow. Snowbirl was only the sec- ond pong he'd ever written Legislalive Committee, established to review The Election Acl, invites Written Submissions directing the attention of the Committee to any feature of the Act or to the election procedures governed by the Act. Submission should be mailed not later than April 15, 1972, to: Secretary, Legislative Committee on Elections 313 Legislative Building Edmonton, Alberta. W. F. Purely, Chairman. and had been in existence nearly four years when Anne Murray recorded it ami turned it into an international million-seller in I'JTO. He wrote it- in '2.1 minutes after watching a flock of snow huntings playing along the ijeadi near his aunt's home at Puwnai, a tiamict a few miles j east of Chariottclown. "Snoubird and Hand in Ihe Ilrmti don't say as nuK-h to me as a tot of the other songs J'vc says Mae- Lei Ian, "Songs like Lcnesomc River ami I Got Drunk on Monlay .say a lot more to me. Hand in tlv.1! Har.tl says something, but SYiowbird, I still don't under- stand nbnt it Maclxillnn WHS deeply intro- verted and a toner before lie started putting his feelings to music. His songs were his re- Jcnse and with each of them came more understanding of himself- "I'm just learning how to talk now. I couldn't do this, like a year ago. I couldn't sit down and what they call rap with somecnc. 1 didn't even know what Ihc word rop was then. "It's starting 'o happen now. I'm starting to be able to express myself, verbally as well as musically. I was very, very shy and self-conscious, a lot ol it because of my ap- held me back. "Once I gel over (bat, I think I'll have done a lot for myself." H was Hal Lone Pine, one of the stamlbys of Canadian country music, who pulled MacLellan out of (he rut of unemployment ami part-time jo'cs, and gave him tbree months' ivork rs a guitar player four years ago. "I was just nowhere. You can't say a self-imposecl exile, but I was in some kind of pur- gatory. "Now I'm ccmhvi out of that to find that life has some- thing io offer, and if I'm pert of life, I have something to offer loo. I just have to find cut exactly what it is and plus 3 equals T ST. JEAN DE WZ, France (Renter) The slogan "4 Plus 3 Equals I" of the 900-year-old Basque nationalist movement is as baffling to the uninitiated as are the language and origins o: the Basque people themselves. Daubed on the walls of pictur- esque mountain villages near the Franco-Spanish border, the slogan is that of determined men, already engaged in a hit- ter underground light with the Spanish police and now appar- ently launched on a collision course1 with the French authori- ties- SIMPSONS Men's Kitil Slacks Reg. -LU. New Denim look slacks ore machine wash- able end stitched pockets. Brown, Navy, 3urgundy. Sizes 29" to 2.99 Disc-O-Tcc. Reg. The new twist exerciser, uses up as many :alories as rowing or running. Beauty and Health Kenmore 3-speed Blemler Res. 19.99 6 cup far and steel cutting blades. Avocado pfasfk Small Appliance! Tote Bags Straw woven Voriery of colors end sizes Reg. 1.98 1.44 Reg. 2.98 1.99 Hopsack Reg. 7.00 5.99 Reg. 8.00 6.99 Accessories One Size. 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TV and Radio QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open dnily 9 o.m. to p.m., Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 -baffling slogan The milliard Basque autono- mists nothing less (hail the secession of four Basque prov- inces, Bascayc, Guipozcoa, Alava, Navarre, from Spain and of three, Laboimi, Lower Na- varre, Scmle, from France so as to form Basque nation. To reach Ihis goal, their main underground group ETA, or Euskadi Ta A 7. k a t a s u n a (Basque Nation and lias shown it is ready to resort to jwlilicai asssssinaticn, armed attacks and kidnapping. Although a short-lived autono- mous government ruled the Spanish Basque area in the opening stages of the 1936-1939 civil war in Spain, the last time the seven provinces were united was in 1935. USED IIOLDC'PS The Basques launched their latest separatist campaign in Spain in the late 1960s with a series of spectacular bank hold- ups for movement funds, A state of emergency was damped on tlie region ni 1968 after the head of the political police in San Sebastian was gunned down. The trial of his alleged killers at Burgos in December, 1970, led lo an iriernational cam- paign for their reprieve and to the kidnapping by the Basques of the West German consul in San Sebastian, Eugen BeihI. ETA later released Bcihl while Gen. Francisco Franco com- milled the death sentences passed on six Basques. The kidnapping shed light on the close relations between Basques on both sides of the border and boosted the renais- sance of Basque nationalism in France. About people live in the Basque areas on ei- ther side of the Franco-Spanish bonier, the majority of them in Spain. The French government, eager for better relations with Spain, have frowned on the help given to ETA on the French side of the border. GROWS TALI, PERTJI, Australia (Renter) Australia has the biggest as- pidistra in the world and it will be officially recognized in the Guinness Book of Records. Tho plant measures inches and grows at Hie UnivcrsUy cf Western Australia. U.S. COMPETITION Erl tolls a news confer- ence some U.S. aiilo parts producers plan lo set up com- panies in Ihc U.S. in competi- tion with their G'au.irlian sub- sidiaries. Mr. IJroadhcnt rle- climlcd to disclose the names of the companies jnvnlverl, claiming his iDformalioa was confidcnffal, Census Merchandising and Give us your facts. We'll put you in the picture. Merchandising and service businesses make a iJSO-billion contribution to the Canadian economy every year. They employ more people and produce more revenue than any other industry group. Now, in the final phase of the 1971 Cen- sus of Canada, we're measuring the precise share of that activity generated by each business in these categories. The figures relating to your operation are vital to this measuring process. If you are a wholesaler, retailer, or sup- plier of services, you will have received a census questionnaire lo complete. Please fill it in and mail it back promptly. When the Census of Merchandising and Service Businesses has been taken, we will be able to produce a clear picture of national trends in these fields, so you can see exactly where you fit in. In the 1966 census, for example, we found merchandising patterns like this: RelallTrade by Employment Size, 1966 Per cent of total retail outlets S Per cent of loial sales 20 1-2 3-5 C-10 11-20 21 PL IIU.VBEkOF PERSONS Fen STORE More than half the iclail stores in Canada ate operated by out or persons, but they ticci'itir! lot f-nly salts. Stores tituic liinn Bosons, fin t'k; kand, amount to ally J'.r. trie total, take in nfsnly sales Tfcenut. Wliatever your sales volume may be, the 1971 census data will show you how your performance compares with others of simi- lar size, nationally, provincially, or in your own county or census district. Sales, pay- rolls and number of employees are among the variables you can measure. Your individual information will con- tinue to be held in strictest confidence, as required by law. We won't publish figures In cases where there are fewer than three firms in a given category, so no one will be able to identify your specific results. The Merchandising and Service Division of Statistics Canada is taking this census to produce accurate, up-to-date informa- tion to help in your business planning. To do this, it needs your up-to-date results. The breadth and thoroughness of the cen- sus is what makes it so important to so many people in business and government alike. Statistics Canada Statisfique Canada ;