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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fjoy 1HE IETHBRIDGE HInAlD 21 Bermuda election Pakistan: it's democracy first, socialism later winds TE HAMILTON, Bermuda party nas Election activity on this election platform, but British holiday resort is of taxation cxprected ing although no an issue. At the tion dale has been Is no income tax for The ruling United residents. The PLP Party r.ow has named nearly all its candidates lor the such n tax, rather than the present system of the Ho House of on import duties re The opposition products brought into Labor Party has made no nouncements, but has the lasl elections all c it is quietly selecting candidates and those dates. At the moment the now-defunct New holds 30 of Hie Party were defeated c Prime Minister Sir thought unlikely there Richards does not have lo any ol these candidates o an election until August, next i but indications are thai one new candidate lor planned for July or August has had a varied Arnold Francis were first i tial Teller split from them and led tnc NDP. Now he is challenging Lion seat as a member ol Ihe banks of the 20 electoral elects members, only moment there are no districts with a split I. lie. Bu but some political VANCOUVER (CP) A. male bank teller has predicting this might happen in the next election. The UBP will be led into obsej Hie Status of Women Action Co-ordinating Council lo investigate charges thai sex discrimination has kept him from getting a job in campaign by Sir Edward, a lawyer, and it's expected the PLP will be led by its present leader Lois Browne-Evans, also a tion wilh the i twee Delh Council ombudsman mary Brown said checks made with five of the six major hanks confirm the bcfor dentified Israeli immigrant's complaints that banks appi- only women as She quoted one manager (CP) Some saying: "Any man who branches of the to he a teller needs his of Canada will soon banking services "He really sounded 24-hour basis. at tlie the called bankctlcs, will grooms male applicants to the outside of e for m a n a g e m e n Operated with a Brown card, they will accent "Banks therefore hire transfer funds between more but only pay bills and make joe-jobs such as tellers or up lo a TQlC She said she will take ii case to the British silk of the nephila Human Rights Commission the strongest natural Ily TIAI.P11 JOSEPH Correspondent TEHRAN (CP) In Paki- stan today, Uie mood of the educated public scpms to lie: first, socialism Inicr." ('resident Zulfiqar Mi Bhutto has repeatedly in the led dedication to both, though not necessarily in the same order. However, he has been able to the public mood, las lifted martial 1 a w weeks of haggling wilh manner in vhich he lifted martial law succeeded creating the impression that he had taken the wind out of the sails of Ihe opposi- tion and not actually bowed lo them. In lacl, the Pakistani president probably saw the written clearly on Uie wall- Not only was inar- law creating political strains and giving Ihe opposi- ithing to complain about, it was also erodng his popularity within h i s own party, not to speak of the pub- But by acting when he did, Bhutto managed to "unite the nation behind as some observers saw in time for his diplomatic confronta- with the Indians. Now, with all attention focused on the negotiations going on be- Islamabad and New Delhi, few people in Pakistan to have noticed they have been saddled with a con- stitution stiffcr than anything lhat too wilh the stamp of legah'ly and public approval. HAS 1NTEIUM PLAN Not surprisingly, Ihc consti- tution has teen called an "in- terim" one, which is the only of Ihing Bhullo could have given the public before recognized Bangladesh. But he has set Ihe national assembly, which is also tu act conslilircnt assembly, four months to draw up n pcr- m a n c n f constitution. This seems a clear indication that he intends to recognize Sheik Mnjjbur Rahman's regime in Dacca before Aug 14, if not It there was any hope, British Into Uie just before official thinking, POWs back home and last December of quit the only nccc.ssary been rocog- way he put it, It Bhutto's presentEilUm Bliulto to strike some i1' anybody's uutss, but Uic idon lias have seemed so ease, this fli'n] uJlh Sheik Mujib in P.'ikisl.Ti have since cviiiKii' tiled in most Pakistanis that two different Minuter Indira that the pi undent has Illnillo aUcinpLctl, in his inaugural speech in parliament, to 15 of 1 on I lie shock by wing has split from them, if only because the Bengali Muslim freedom an cxperimenl thiil failed, with Ihe blame fyr Ihe failure going squarely on luul Hie prisoners of uar icl'l in fndin, and for him (o mako an all-ou al tempi LV foreign minislry port folio so under Ayub Khan that his thinking is Irjrcign- and the Pakistan interference" and the Bengalis to the ex lent L i movement of the v.ilh Uie even his at home movement, and the two different pampred by the Pakistani army Ibis. freedom movement, parallel to one regimes. n e cajinnt forsee t h t from Ihc time of Ihc entry and only line of thought hiivim; altitude ic takes of disputed Kashmir salved ill Uie current branch waving toward Mauritian militant movement Delhi, bu' the alternatives to Mrs. Gandhi if she chooses (o hofd oul on any of minor issues could well bo PORT I, 0 U I S, The economy some re-adoption of the "wc-shall (APJ said almost solely on religious tension lop government lor a -thousand-years" bearded youth, stepping surface rippled, the main "My God, that's our wilh all its dangerous the night out of a appears to be finding problem, terrible. for the subconti- "Are you foreign A British correspondent, 6.4 per cent of the island is urbanized. Sugar, for pushing has boos town to cover the recent lea and a toy-sized bolli induslries of Queen Elizabeth, seized the scene wilh alacrity and said from the corner of his Alps take up most ol the space. The island is all alone at sea, miles from on South Africa, i Mauritius could make more money if il were LIMITED NUMBER OF "Oo wants say, but that is THAT NEED The scene reflected unrest is hardly unpopular because in .Mauritius, r.n Indira Ocean nation which pays to students of the Island's tumultuous cltCS Eoutti Africa's policy ol wliile to the British Queen, first residents, express owners in this general French, looks Indian pigeons called Ihc island's headier, will be given ihc op- trades in Chinese hounded to extinction HAT litiu of having the new The mysterious youth presented the case of the Mauritian Militant 1600s by Dutch settlers and the dogs and rats they left has approved a record; (ains can vis, budget and increase; from Europc lo j..lisp lhc ol compared with last lounsni jiGul-c 55.000 siding made from B. F. Goodridge Geon applied to iheir homes wilh spec.ol de- an opposition party with wide support until it backed disastrous strikes that closed the docks 42 days over Christmas, Glancing about for government agenls, he said about 70 politicians, including the movement's Icaderslu'p, were jailed before Ihe royal French took over in 1721, and held on until 1814 when Britain moved in. Mauritius was an English colony until Nearly any resident who speaks English has a Charles Boyer accent. Islanders clung tenaciously to slavery and then switched to importing labor from The budget estimated a deliciL Aldermen approved Ihe budget without comment, authorizing a mill rale increase of three mills for a total of 57 mills based on new assessment. This was equivalent to an increase of 15 per cent in taxes from COO in a few years. One idea which lias had ]im-jlfjd success is luring export industries seeking cheap labor to lurn out Ihinps like wigs, radios nnd knitted shirts. Plenty nf women arc availa-tlc to worl; for 40 cents a day. Many famil cs of five live work at a low cost. Tnis amazing product has caplurtd Ihe intereil of home Ih rough oul Canada who ore fed up wilh constant painting and other maintenance cos's. 11 carries o guarantee and provide! insulation, winter ond iUrnm'jr, as protection. Our nfvj- product can Many, be reported, were on hunger strikes. It was all true. After several months of sporadic violence and slums. Thai brought waves of cholera and small to add to the periodic ravages of hurricanes. The eventful effect was Medicine Hat council also approved an increase in bus [ares (or adults to 20 cents from 15 cents, while reducing a year. At the of her extreme, technician.1! r.r: professional people such as doctors are used over every lype of nouic, frame stuc-co, concrers block, etc. It comes in several color! and lias been obla'nabh in tions Ihe British-style based on for students to 10 cents from MaurHus for better orc-a prior lo ih'is inlro- mcnlarv government equipped itself with sugar cane and a polyglot society of stratified gas rales were ____ J' ___ can be o showplace in gency powers lo arrest 10 per cent, sewage En mr r and v.-e will one threatening the make up were increased from 35 ,r The LARGEST w your while if Leaders face acid crilicism lu a society where even the population. Creoles, mixtures of 50 cenU a month and garbage collection rates were ASSORTMENT con use your home. 40-YEAR beggars and bar girls hove a poliJical pilrh (o number The "grand blancs" who per cent to si .50. The increase in transit of imported styles Running the country Is blood total about expected to raise an in LETHBRIDGE oppointmenl please easv Parts of this island SIO.OOO this year hut I your name, ad- 720 square miles are There are also system would be nnd phono number) Panlhcr Bldn Suoolie) Ltd lessly overcrowded, and from migrations a deficit of 6.8 44 Lefh bridge Herold labor force is 20 per cent greater lhan last ii WHATEVER TURKEYS PLANS ARE OLIOAY WEEK L-MART FO GOVERNMENT INSPECTED RED OR BLUE BRAND CHM Ib. Swifl'i No. 1 1 Ib. pkg SIRLOIN Ib. "i." Brand 100% pure vegetable ail 1 Ib. prints Spring Tension closing. Regular Lowney'i. 12 01. pkgs. Hnppytime Assorfpd Flnvorj One Gallon......PJoslit conlqincr ICE CREAJ JEUY 10J1 Hot Dog or Hamburger Pkg. of Fluid. Esso. 32 fl. oz. lin Choice 28 fl. oz. tin COFFEE POTATO CUSPS Pride of Arcibin I Ib. bogs Old Dutch 01. tri-pcick STORE HOURS: Opnn Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED MAY 22 VICTORIA DAY 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive COLLEGE MALL 420 6th St. S.-DOWNTOWN 324 Mayor Magrath Drive ORIGINATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES ;