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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta day, Moy 27, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Assault on George Wallace changes course of U.S. By JAMES EAYRS No matter what prognosis comes from Gov. George C. Wallace's sick-room, the assault upon his life last week has changed the course of U.S. poli- tics. Suppose his gunshot, wounds, p a r e n 11 y permanently para- lyzed, prove too severe, recu- peration too prolonged, for even a surrogate pursuit of power to be credibly presented. A Wal- lace hors de combat would re- dound to the advantage of George McGovern as the only other candidate riding the rip- tide of populist protest and dis- satisfaction at state of the union. Suppose he recovers suffi- ciently to re-enter the fray. A Wallace campaigning from a wheelchair like FDR could hardly hope to garner 1509 Democratic delegates in as distinct from wringing sym- pathy by a dramatically staged appearance on whether they may ever a; choose their leader without some deranged male in his early Oswald, a Sirhan, a a gun and cutting him down. Violence may be as American cherry people die ot So 1 ju-.t to m: of Hitler'1. CIUJJJJULTH; lll.l gwiLJiivit. ua j i---- i----1 which left him partially and ap- gunshot wounds in the United stales on an average (lay, each political viol- ence is not. Studies prepared for the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Viol once in 19C8 show that few high-ranking military officers, cabinet members, congressmen, judges or state governors have been assassinated or the targets of attempted assassinations. No vice president has ever been at- tacked, only one Supreme Court justice, one cabinet member, three senators (of whom two, including Robert F. Kennedy, were no state governor assassinated since 1905. Lower down the line the flak becomes more heavy, as munic- ipal office holders-mayors, chiefs of police, D.A.'s and the gunfire from gangsters. (The only attempt on the life of Hubert H. Humphrey occurred not when he was vice- president or senator but in 1947 when he was mayor of Milwau- kee.) But it is murder in the presidency that gives America her bad name and the U.S. In- the convention floor. But his third party candi- dacv could carry enough stales in November to pitch the elec- tion of the next president into the House of Representatives for the first time in 144 years. So in a third successive cam- paign, the contest for the presi- dency of the United States has been distorted by assassination or its attempt, made to turn as j formaijon Agency sleepless much on bullets as on ballots. Suddenly the sample looks stat- istically respectable. "H he doesn't like who is his presi- some European school- children responded when asked for their impressions of the av- erage American, "he usually shoots him." That was late in 1963, and two more presidential candidates have since been shot. Americans are asking themselves despairingly nights. One out of four presidents has been a target of assassination, compared with one of every 142 senators, 166 governors and congressmen during the period 1790-1968. Four presi- dents (Lincoln, Garfield, Mc- Kinley, Kennedy) have been killed in office; four others (Jackson, the two Roosevelts, Truman) have been the targets Nurses win salary hike FERNIE The annual meet- Ing of the Fernie Memorial Hospital Society will be held Sunday, May 28, at p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Reports were received from Mrs. Mary Arbuckle and Mrs. Dora Ungaro of the B.C. Operating Room Nurses Insti- tute held in Vancouver. The meetings were reported to have been excellent and well-attended by nurses from throughout the Pacific north- west. A 1971 provisional budget ad- justment has been received which provides the hospital with a very small surplus of approximately The 1972 collective agree- ment between the Registered Nurses' Association of British Columbia and the hospital was given formal approval. This new agreement provides for a salary hike of seven per cent beginning Jan. 1, 1972, and per cent at Jan. 1. 1973. Courtesy consulting staff privileges were extended to Dr. H. S. Sun, regional path- ologist, with offices in the Cran- brook and District Hospital serving the region of the East Kootenays. A delegation from the hospi- tal will be attending Series 72 in Trail May 29, 1972. This is a communication sem- inar and representation from the board of trustees, nursing staff, the medical staff and ad- ministration will attend. think of him.H-lf as Imvinj: Ixtn'do Inn nchi 800-p o u n d armour-plcited po- was ill-prepared to suffer that sudden and senseless Only one of these ing to advance their career attempt on the life of President think of himself as haunt; risen generals the. day after ho oco and in the end ites William S. Croty in an jieci the Wallace isn't Hitler. on presidential assassi- tle time: it was as if Jackson tionalists in 1950-can be posi- one of his physical then the death-wish nations in the current issue of had died before the nullification They are wiling to ex- that almost did him in? In his ontroversy and the Bank War, propaganda by deed; one or two pose themselves to dangerous situations, possibly even subcon- the work of hired guns; I. presidential assassins and relates that Kennedv's assasst- sciously seek out such encoun Franklin Roosevelt at the end of assailants are persons ment from commumra'i nation filled him with forebod- edly lo satisfy inler- 1935 or Truman before the Mar- crave, usually because of men- all I hat it nal psychological drives." They foreboding turnim; tal illness, historical notoriety. the efficacv of words sort of secret relish at are nossesed, in a word, of the and the vitality of j iho "moving about among rumors mortality tables of a country en- increase his reliance on passion of his own imminent martyrdom No politician ran higher risks titled to call itself a peaceable nation, depression, non-idcnlui- cation with the exiptinc political and the visceral values." Now, he tells his friends. than George C. Wallace. Sound sword, bomb or poison kingdom. Yet they are not even That reliance had become al kill me, they But it is not indeed were the- instincts of a 'If they gonna gonna kill me. berrational, much less unique. parties, non-functioning of the most total, but by the C3 cam- man who, on the eve of the era gain: attempted murder not in For the 50-year period 1918-1968 paign had paid off beyond be resignation; rather, it seems a the cathedral but in the shop- the United States ranks 30th of present in the United It seemed like cvervthmg kind of titillstion at the prospect studied for their m- of assuming the ultimate heroic s his credo the slogan "Segre- fence should not be prejudiced cidence of assassinations and no matter what evervbmiv by speculation about motives. had said ft the tini advisers hyl cunn Southern sensibility: impale- to speak in public only that he always scemcl t After his shooting Wallace can from behind the protection of an ACETATE KNIT SLEEVELESS DRESSES PANTY HOSE SHORTALL PLAYSUITS One size in 100% stretch nylon! 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JOB WITH A STRING IN IT Myrcn Surmaeh, top, tackles a touchy job: removing n r.warm of bees from a traffic signal in the New York borough of Brooklyn. After oingcrly pulling bees in sack, bottom, he laler de- pnrls the scene with some of the bees clustered on his suit. The bees sling, Surmaeh admitted. Not exactly a honey of a job. SPRING VALUES ON IUGGAGE Moulded featherweight luggage withvinylcovering, washable lininfiancl all 'round aluminum valance. Blue only. 71 "Weekend A 24" Pullman Pullman WEB CHAIR KRESGE PRICE 5x6 Web! Aluminum frame! Plastic arms. Assorted colors! to start thinking about living! Sturdy 5 x 15 Web features an aluminum frame and plastic arms! Assorted colors. Match the chair and get yourself a set. Open Daily 9 am. to 6 p.m. Thursday-and Friday 9 am. to 9 pjn: ;