Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
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PHARMACY NEAREST YOU SALE DATES MAY 14th to 18th. 1974 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES BOYD'S PHARMACY Mayor Magraih Drive LETHBRIDGE LAKEVIEW DRUGS 1644 Mayor Magraih Drive 328-3760 LETHBRIDGE 1017 Mayor Magrath Drlvt 328-5509 LETHBRIOGE STUBBS PHARMACY 1506-9 AVMIM South 328-5512 LETHBRIDQE HIGA'S PHARMACY PINCKER CREEK 627-3195 NORMAN'S PHARMACY 19S Park 427-4344 KIMBERLEY ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUG TABER 223-2245 WESTMINSTER DRUGS 425-13 Street North 328-7833 LETHBRIDQE The new 'battlefield' in Saigon marketplace. War secondary Economics concern Viets By DANIEL SOUTHERLAND Christian Science Monitor SAIGON Both sides in the continuing Vietnam conflict seem to be more concerned with their own economic struggles than with the heavier fighting which has erupted in the past few weeks. Recent visitors to North Vietnam believe that Hanoi has for the moment at to place its primary emphasis on economic reconstruction. In the headlines tell of Communist attacks and the Saigon government's withdrawal from the political talks with Provisional Revolutionary Government But the real concern of most and that includes many high-ranking government is the steadily deteriorating economic situation in the South. There is no sign of panic over the military situation. The loud protests which Saigon made last week over the Communist capture of its base at Tong Le Chan were related as much as anything to South Vietnam's need for continued economic and military aid from the United States. The located miles northwest of had been under siege for 411 days. It had been isolated for so long that it was of no use to Saigon. Many of the supplies being dropped by air were falling outside the base and into Communists hands. Some sources in Saigon believe that the base was given up as the result of an arrangement worked out between the PRG forces and the weary defenders of the and not as a result of a determined Communist assault. But by dramatizing the loss of the Saigon hoped to draw attention to what it calls the from North and what it considers to be a need for more American aid. The decline in the living standard of many which began to become quite noticeable last is continuing. American aid officials estimate that prices have on the 22 per cent in the first three months of this year In the North Vietnam has its own economic problems to contend and recent statements from the North indicate that Hanoi is probably going to focus its primary attention and resources on economic reconstruction for some time to come. This may mean no major North Vietnamese offensive for at least the next year or so but it apparently does not mean completely abandoning the struggle in the south. North Vietnamese troops and supplies continue to move down the roads and trails. Hanoi seems to be trying to keep open the option of switching back to full-scale fighting if it deems it necessary. French candidate compared to JFK By CLYDE H. FARNSWORTH New York Times PARIS Valery Giscard who at 48 could become one of France's youngest inevitably invites comparison with John F. Kennedy. good rich and he has a aristocratic wife who values privacy. He Blindfold suggests duress Calif. Patricia Hearst's father says the reported discovery of a blindfold that may have been used on his daughter recently only confirms his belief she is acting under duress. always known that she was taken against her will from the very newspaper executive Randolph Hearst told reporters Sunday at his man- sion in this San Francisco sub- urb. always felt she's been Miss has said in two taped messages that she decided to join the terrorist Symbionese Liberation Army which kidnapped her on Feb. 4. She is sought by the FBI as a material witness to an SLA bank which she said she joined in voluntarily. The blindfold is one of the items which the Chicago Trib- une says was found by federal investigators in a May 2 raid on a San Francisco apartment that had been used by the SLA. The FBI has declined com- ment on the which quoted federal source as saying that a bloodhound trained to pick up Miss Hearst's scent identified the made of sponges. Other items reported found included a bag possibly used as a face covering. Hearst said he has not been notified by the FBI of any such but not surprising they found TORONTO HOLDS ON Of some 80 urban transit systems operating in only the one in Toronto now operates electric street comoared with 33 in 1946. benefits from an elite a brilliant mind and an abundant which Gen. Charles De Gaulle once said would lead to the presidency of France. What he has lacked has been a political a charm that would mask his icy competence at the Finance Ministry where he was probably the most powerful minister since Colbert under Louis XIV and would propel him as a vote-getter. The charm was slow in developing because M. Giscard or as he is known by his close is a shy and reserved man And yet after a rather stiff beginning in the he did or was to loosen up a let himself be seen more and reach out to the crowds. His personality warmed up as the polls showed him moving which assured that he would face Francois the leftist alliance's in the runoff in two weeks. M. Giscard D'Estaing was born Feb. 1926 in now in West Germany. Young Valery studied at public schools in Paris and in Clermont-Ferrand and at 16 joined the participating in the liberation of Paris at the end of World War II. Two years he joined the army and served in North Africa to fulfill his military obligation before resuming his studies. In 1952 after further M. Giscard D'Estaing became a financial which put him into an even narrower circle in the French educational system. These inspectors are found in the top positions of industry and government. A little later Edgar who ran several ministries in both the fourth and fifth republics and who was a premier in the fourth took the young man as a personal With this proximity to power whetting his M. Giscard D'Estaing entered winning election at the age of 29 as a member of parliament from the Auvergne district of Puy-de-Dome. Three years shortly after M. DeGaulle came to M. Giscard D'Estaing was named to the second highest position in the finance and within another three years he became the minister. He ran the finance ministry altogether for nine not as a Gaullist but as the leader of the independent Republican a group of conservatives who were allied with the Gaullists in the assembly. He was a defender of free a believer in European integration and a supporter of closer ties with the United States. Some of these ideas rankled the traditional and when unemployment started rising in perhaps because of too rigorous anti- inflation measures by the finance he was dismissed. For three until he was renamed as finance minister in 1969 by Georges Gen. De Gaulle's M. Giscard D'Estaing made speeches and redefined some of his political perspectives. He refused to support De Gaulle in the 1969 referendum that led to the general's and for this old-line Gaullists have not yet forgiven him. Mitterrand 'mystery in French elections New York Times PARIS After close to 30 years in public Francois who led the field in the presidential election winning a place in the runoff vote May is still something of a mystery to many Frenchmen. As a personality M. who is 57 years leaves no one indifferent to him. Frenchmen wonder about hate him or love him Between World War II and 1958 he was a cabinet minister or state secretary 11 times under premiers as far apart politically as the Roman Catholic conservative Robert the left-wing socialist Guy Mollet and the middle-of-the-road socialist Pierre Mendes-France. Then in with the second accession of Gen. De Gaulle to he became the most forceful voice in parliament against Gaullism. At the threshold of what could become the Mitterrand era. manv Frenchmen have been wondering which side of his personality will dominate if he becomes president that of the wily politician or that of the single-minded leader. a socialist allied with the communist has pledged that if he wins he will give half a dozen cabinet posts to his communist allies. Many fear that he would gradually accede to pressure by the communists and their superbly organized party machine. Others say he could isolate them by seeking support in the political center support likely to be given if his aim was perceived as the building of a barrier against communism. The questions about him are complicated by the fact that he has not been a lifelong socialist. Before the Gaullist era began in M. Mitterrand ran his tiny left-of-center Liberal party. Under De Gaulle he merged it with two similar later leading the organization into the socialist fold. Elected head of the socialist party in he was instrumental in allying it with the communists in the consolidated left now backing his candidacy. In his campaign for the presidency he has appealed to the poilitical center with declarations that he favors order and but some centrists doubt whether he really means it. Many communists have privately expressed the fear that he does and that he might back on pledges o nationalization and social change. Francois Maurice Mitterrand was born Oct. at in southerwestern the son of a station-master. Educated at the University of he holds degrees in letters and political science. He fought in World War was was made a prisoner in escaped on his third try and joined the underground in France.