Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
___________ _ Gen. de Gaulle Comeback Car PJaiits Begin JACKIE'S LETTERS NEW YOHK (AP) A Market Moves PARIS (CP) Charles de Gaulle has been living in retirement for more than a year, and the people of France are finally starting to believe it. But there is still a strong body of opinion that the former president might return to public life if some serious threat to France loomed on the horizon. Results of a recent survey published in France-Soir indicate that 28 per cent of the believe in a possible comeback by Gen. de Gaulle, who dominated French history for 29 years before stepping down as president May 28, 19C9. From the man himself, living in seclusion 125 miles from Paris, there have been no public statements. He maintains an office in Paris, near the Eiffel Tower, but has never visited it. In his former country house at he works quietly at his a task-lie expects to complete by 1974. The first volume has already appeared, and is not gathering any dust on the bookshelves. The copies printed were snapped up in a few days, and booksellers sent in orders for more. The second and third volumes are to appear in 1972 and (AP) General Motors Corp. said here it has begun across-the-board layoffs among its white or salaried workers because of business conditions. GM now has of its workers on extended layoffs as its auto production and sales trial 19C9's pace. GM said orders had to all uivi plant managers, Canada, to ''take a very close and very hard look at its salaried personnel status." Ford laid off some hourly-paid workers earlier this year and also has some salaried workers on layoffs. Chrysler confirmed in March that it eliminated white-collar jobs and it still has production workers in layoffs around the by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to former deputy defence secretary Roswell Gilpat-ric pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge here and was fined Theodore Donson, 31, surrendered earlier in the day and was arrested on a warrant charging him with violation of the adminislrative code for not reporting to Gilpatric or police that he ;had the letters in his (CP) The Canadian bond market closed liigher during a week ot moderately active trading. Dealers say that the present economic tight money policy combined with the recent social unresl in the United States are continuing to hold the market back. A large amount of account selling which was causing Hie market to dip early in has now eased and this is one factor responsible for the week's rise. No new issues were intro. duced last week. Day-to-day money ranged on the week from K'.'s to 7 per cent, closing Friday at 6% percent. Three and six-month treasury bills traded at and 6.71 per cent, respectively. Special! DELUXE SPONGE MOP Special! WINDMILL BRAND ROSES AND SHRUBS WITH CHROME SQUEEZE ACTION Regular 3.25 WITH COUPON, ONLY Regular 1.25 WITH COUPON ONLY OFFER EXIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY PERSONAL SHOPPINC ONLY OFFER EXPIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-5767 Special! FLYING EAGLE "MINI FONDUE" SAUCE AND GRAVY WARMER Made in Italy GOLF BALLS 3.75s Reg. 5.99 ea. With Coupon OFFER EXPIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY PERSONAL SHOPPINC ONLY OFFER EXPIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY DOWNTOWN 606-60B 3rd S., Phone 327-5767 606-608 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-5767 Special! GEVELOT 22 LONG RIFLE SHELLS Special! GENUINE CHAMOIS full Skin Regular 5.25 WITH COUPON ONLY Manufacturers Regular List 1.23. WITH COUPON, BOX OFFER EXPIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY OFFER EXPIRES p.m. WEDNESDAY PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-5767 DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-5767 Coupon Day Tuesday, May 12th The specials offered by these leading Lethbridge merchants available only upon presen- tation of their Special prices in effect until Wed. Closing, May 13th (unless otherwise CLIP AND SAVE COUPON SPECIAL! ALL CHILDRENS' WEAR CLEARING AT 20% OFF COBY'S FASHIONS 322 13th ST. N. 100 Ibs. 50 Ibs, EXTRA FANCY SHORT GRAIN RICE 15-50 .7-30 lolbs.....1-75 ..........................95c SAKUMOTO'S CONFECTIONERY GIFTS METAL PICKET DESIGN FOLDING Fits any tiie flower bed. Foldi for storage. SADDLE Hold! 50 ft. of hose. j.69 Lyle's Hardware Alt CASSETTE TAPE RECORDERS CLEARING AT 15% OH WITH THIS COUPON ACME TELEVISION 535 13th St. N. Phone 327-6361 TIRES WEARING? SHIMMY? WHEEL ALIGNMENT 6.66 WITH THIS COUPON North Lethbridge Mo-Tires Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. Phone 327-3181 Suffolk Supreme Hand LAWN MOWER Roller Bearing 14" cut 5 Blade Reel and' Rubber Tires Tubular Steel Handle with rubber grips Reg. 26.95 COUPON SPECIAL 17 NORTH LETHBRIDGE Clean Sweep Special! A SYNTHETIC FIBRE BROOM Lighr as a with a plastic dust pan BOTH FOR ONLY NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 UftYT'C phone 13th St. N. I I 3 328-4441 PLASTIC SPECIALS! LARGE PLASTIC WASTEBASKET 16" high. Reg. COUPON SPECIAL LARGE WHITE PLASTIC VEGETABLE CRISPER With clear tover. Reg. 1.49 COUPON SPECIAL NORTH LETHBRIDGE SPECIAL! GARDEN HOSE Vi" x SO' Transparent Plastic Wiiard Water Broom Cleans patio, sidewalk and driveway wash the underside of your car. Reg. S.S? COUPON SPECIAL NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 UAVT'C Phone 13th St. N. IIUI I 5 328-4441 CQUPMDAY Extra Special! THE SPECIALS OFFERED BY THESE MERCHANTS ARE GENU- INE SAVINGS! Clip the coupons and take them to the stores ad- vertising here to receive the extra specials offered!