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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Friday, May 11, 1973 MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. LIMITED QUANTITIES Bedding P.anfs Shade Ross Tree Ornamental Cedar 9 A.A. Rose Bushes MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL TOASTERS H IRONS DEEP FRYERS crork typ' grill SPECIAL YOUR CHOXE, EACH 7 CLUB PROLINE LADIES' KNEE HIGH ecuh purchase oc A'l sneer One size fits 9 to 11 SPECIAL 3 F'CE qo'f 1 end 3 wods 3 5 7, 9 irons 4 Stiond Assayed Colors SPECIAL, EACH MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL 7-PiHCE ISRAEL: A Flame Rekindled V. Tho Second Exodus -22" 26 1'e' rim -full fenders -Reg 69 88 SOCIAL I :1 i? K t b ft fffcF P thk la re P l rfis fl gctga aluminum or Reg 26 88 Ib 'ibre filled -Green d ill s! ell -Fawn Kcsha nj SPEC'AL MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL SKILLET RESTAURANT TREAT MOTHER TO ZELLER S EARLY BIRD Qr LUNCHEON SPECIAL EACH EACH Mothers' Fill in a lucky d-aw slip at our Skillet and have a chance win one of six lawn chairs to be given away during Mother's Day weekend Cast iron avocado or Black SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL SPEC'AL, EACH -Sunshine VaJey -4 cu ft bale -Flephant Brand -16-20-0 -50 Ib bag SPECIAL HACH MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL SPECIAL, EACH v v r.f w eiier'e County Fair located in Zeller's Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9am to 6 p m Thursday and Friday 9am to 9 p m. Telephons 328-8171 a steTH urgency -to return io Israel and JVte 7ett5 never accept the closing to them of the gates of Palestine nor let their national home be converted into a ghetto. Jewish Agency, 2939 Between the two World Wars, British policy toward Palestine was one of lacillation. After a major outbreak of Arab violence, a British Royal Commission reported in 1937 that the onlv solution relied on the partitioning of Palestina into two states, one Arab, one Jewish. This no- tion ultimately -was rejected by the Bntis'i (though not by the Palestinian and i.i stead a White Paper is as issued i' f-'i ncM limited Jewish emigration. With the ascent of Hitler to power and Brit- ain's attention turning to its own survival as a nation, Palestinian Jevs "were left more or less to themselves and to Arab violence, this time fomented by the Nazis. The British, vith great reluctance, armed some Jews -who sub- sequently fought the Germans in North Africa and. at the same time, trained for the inevitable showdown in Palestine. Following the War, a dazed humanity stumbled into the light of a new day, only to be over- whelmed by shock at the realization of the war's toll. Among the Jewish people, almost a third of its sons and daughters had perished in Nazi concentration camps. Those who survived became still another class: Displaced Persons. And, according to a report issued by the American Friends Service Committee, "the Chiisban West was weighed and found wanting. Instead of opening wide their gates to refugees from Nazi persecution, the free nations vacillated, took half measures and waited." Wiih Jewish settlements already well estab- lished in Palestine, the movement to Palestine of concentration camp survivors and Jews from other countries grew in size and urgency. The British tried to impose controls but succeeded only partially and in the end abandoned the struggle to administer Palestine. The Palestinian Jews, now armed and stiffened, fought both Arabs and British through terrorist groups like the Irgun and the Stern Gang. Tha Irgun declared war to the death against the British, arguing that by preventing' refugees from entering Palestine they were serving as "ac- complices of Hitler's crimes and should be fought with undiminished vigor." Despite the difficulties some desperate and defiant "illegals" entered Palestine, under the British guns, by 1947. In that jear, the famous "Exodus" incident attracted world at- tention. This boat, with a normal capacity of 700, was crammed with refugees. In at- tempting to cross the Mediterranean from Cyprus to Palestine it was delected by the British, rammed within sight of Palestine, and the pas- sengers removed to DP camps in Germany. This event, and others like it, riveted attention on the hopelessness of British policy. The British, beset iuth serious troubles in other parts of the em- pire, declared she had had enough of the Pal- estinian problem and dropped it in the lap of the United Nations. NEXT: Independence and War PLYMOUTH CilCSCET DODGE COLT Engineered and built in Japan. Sold and serviced by Plymouth and Dodge dealers across Canada. Cricket and Colt may be small cars, but they're big in a lot of ways. And that includes model choice. Both are availakv in coupes, hardtops, sedans, and station wagons. Plus there's a sporty new GT available in the Colt line. So if you want to go small, you can choose the little Cricket or Colt that's exactly right for you. And no matter which model you choose, you're going to get a lot of car in the bargain be- cause that's the way the Japanese build a small economy car. Standard equipment on Colt and Cricket includes some features that are options on big cars. Like an adjustable steering column that lets you set the steering wheel to your most comfort- able driving position. And high-back bucket seats (backs recline in all models except Now if that's the way Cricket and Colt treat you and your passen- gers, imagine how great the rest of the features must be. Or better yet, find out for yourself at your Plymouth Cricket and Dodge Colt dealers. CHRYSLER CANADA LTD ;