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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD LEBANESE GOVT. QUITS BEHMJT, May The government 01 Sami has resigned, it was learned, today. The move was expected following the resigna- vesterda} of two ministers. statement, Premier Sanu Srtli referred to the opposition and manoeuvres against government inside and outside the house. The ministers who resigned Munla. minister! and El Essad. national defence so at the request of their party, the Independence party. The cabinet had been re- organized, for the second lime in a month, 17 days ago. FREE MINERS TO CONTINUE of Special Privileges Shrouded in Mists of Eng- lish Antiquity _------ CJOC Daily Programs] 1000 KCS. SATURDAY, MAY 18 O'clock flavorr.es. partv. ar-c Local News. C-ogat's Orchestra. of Meiody. 7 oo_National Summary. in Rhythm. Be Announced. Riier Bsm Dance. the Wealth. S Ploii- 9 Haii Varieties. Sepor: and News. 'Week. Orchestra. Orchestra. Serenade. Orccestra. Peter Hears a Rumor Alas, that we so seldom A traiv broad and open mine" Mother Nature. Had Peter Rabbit's eyes de- ceived hiEa? The more he thonaht about h the more sure he that they had. He had had a glimpse, just a glimiiso. of some one leaving las: nest o. Creaker the Crackle. Tts: nest was 52 a prse tree near Laughing j Brook near where :t leaves thej Green Forest to reach the SmOins, any thought of using it, but just to see what condition it teas in. Some one who looked like Teeter the Spotted Sandpiper was stand- lag on the edge of it looking it over. There were similar reports of a stranger visiting other nests, and none o! these nests Tiers oas the ground. j Peter began to haie counts.: I he mistaken in thmkmg taat: i he had been mistaken aoout that, 'person he sad seen leading; Creaker's nest? -Perhaps I s right after all." he. -Boat fee sally." protested Peter. -Would you believe it toaze one toict you that our COUSEO.: Jumper the Hare, had been looking out of Bobby Coons door-; way up in a It lias Peter's turn to say, "Don't j be silij." -Is ll any more silly than toj birds a ho spend all' i Commends 3y H. M. PETERS j LONDON, May With the proposed sationalizattpr: of Britain's coal industrv ir; the i forefront in ihe ricuse of Com- mons and the csiiy press, Britons have hsd their called _ 10 the cecrurles-old -free miners of the Forest of ho mil not be nationalized. The miners have their own rights i to miiime in the Forest of i ;ra. SCNDAT, MAY 19 g Report and Albert Sandier. S for Sunday. 0 Faihioned nour. Evangel Hour. Hear the Southland Singing Salon. 1 Baptist Church Service. orchis- oo> He -o'd Mrs Peter about it. believe lhat one of tbesr time on ihe gro-jna. or the one- Sanclpoer's cous British Proposal SEW DELHI, India SjUj K. Gand- hi spiritual leader of millions of Hindus and elder statesman of the All-India party, has commended to the people of his country the British cabi- net for a union of India. On Friday Lord Pethick- secreUrj of for Indui and leader of the cabinet said that formation of the proposed union would roult in immediate withdrawal of British troops if Indtunj. de- cided on complete independence. Gandhi's approval of the plan, culmination of weeks" negotiations, was voiced at a praver meeting at which he said be regarded the scheme as "seed to convert this land of sorrow into one without row and suffering." in the water when not he caUs O" have icg- have been seen sitting in the j been Mrs. sbllv." I 'can': teU C-.em' nests of other folks up in j Did you ever see Teeter ss. taei nevr ac- woods away from ce- j oXE ESPIONAGE COUNT said he. You mean quaintances you made at manded Mrs. Peter. Smiling asked Mrs. Peter.- "No." admitiea Pete: He had met Mr and Mrs. Solitary i rar.er die. Sandpiper the da> before the, a Sarjcpjpe. "No. I i DISMISSED, SEATTLE] Famine Dinner Served Hoover CHICAGO, May Former President Hoover, who re- cently made a tour of overseas famine areas, ate a "famine" din- ner last nighi before his radio report on the food situation. The 600-calory meal comprised thin beef souo: slice of meat ounces of meat. ounce 'slice of bread beets j (one potatoes (one 1 and coffee substitute, r Only "better fed" persons la famine areas receive a 600-calorv j dinner regularly, officials said. CANADIAN POLITICAL, SCIENCE ASSN. MEETING TORONTO. May sions oa international policies, health insurance plans, labor and j management policies and Indian j affairs; will nighbght the 18th; annual meetings of the Canadian. Political Science Association here, May 23-24. Meeting at Hart House, Umver- orrosixe VIEWS May the opposite ends of the political gamut, Ixird Beaierbrook's London Daily Express mdav ran a headline com- menting "India Gets Ragbt to Leave the Empire." the Communist Daily Worker remarked in bold "No Independence For India Yet." SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1946 -JUST RUB IT IN" CORN SALVE i sitv of woula ore at me in ___ jllV ui the association i SEATTLE. May D-s- Wai be held in conjunction', a Sand- brict Jucge Llor-d Black op- wll the annual meeting ol the i dian Historical Association on dav. Cfficers for the com- j jiist as a Rabbit ss a Rabbit. missed one espionage count and set, -d he Whv should you think a Sand- i June 25 for trial of three J 1-v" i _ ___ 1 _ tune. Peter nodded. "Yes." ss: looked to me like one ot them. piper but I msght an if ihe only. j Association comprises busi- j ------e ii-u _u opened ijjs s-ouih to' tsonec here The cou_. ness and professional men. educa- Oi 1IS technlc- uonahsis and research workers. The Peter Dean. a 25 000-acre rriansular TSTjocecl area between the Severn and Wye in the west of Ensland Fuel Smanuel Shinweli oaused long enough in the knotty debate oa coal industry na- tionalization bill to obsene in frig- an americnrent that the free miners remain free. The COEI- mons registered its approval of the amendment. The exact origin of the free min- i ers' privileees is shrouded in the j mists of antiquity, but as far back j as 1300. King Ecvrcrd I confirmed; their rights on a Darchment known j as "The Book of Denrns." I Exclusive rights to rture coal and, iron in the forest belong to per-1 sons bom "the bounds of j the hundred of St. "-hundred" being a local cescrip-! tion of the park. Miners mus; be i 21 vears of ase and must irork in a inine for a day a year before! they sre registered as free miners.: In 1904. the Commors passed the j Dean Forest Mines Act confirming j ihe free aimers' pnvdeees. At that j time there -ss-ere 44 tne miners call their small ia the foresi cosl field which is about lo-g and four miles j s. "sale" is grantee to a j miner, the and a forest of- ficial sno-KE. as a "saxeUer" go to the spo; concerned. The gaveller cuts a. srick. asks the miner many parsr.eis he feas and makes 3 notcn in -the sdck for eaca, plus one notch tor the king. The notched stick is buried under _ a niece