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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 3, 1973 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Good deed Muriel Hanson, 3, gives her friend, Sandy Gunning, 2, a chance for a cooling drink. Piggy-back to fountain happened in North Park in Surrey, B C a Vancouver municipality Joey may hit comeback trail By ED WALTERS ST JOHN'S. Ntld (CP) Is Joey coming back9 Is the former Newfoundland premier really considering a return to politics'' Or is it mereh a case of generating publicity for his forthcoming biography9 The the last which may or may not be being asked with increasing frequency heie as 7 2 a r-o 1 d Joseph K S m a 11 w o o d unveils his feelings on a possible political comeback a bit at a time in successive interviews 'The only conceivable, the only imaginable form in which I would even consider re- entering public life would be as premier of the he told The Telegram A week earlier Mr Small- wood said he was in the midst of a struggle between his mind and his heart over whether he should return to politics Meanwhile, it has become known that Mr who it-signed as premier and parfv leader in January. 1972. after Ins govetnment was de- feated by the Progressive meeting often with an old friend and political cohort Greg said a Liberal party source who asked to remain anonymous "Smallwood and Power toukln t pass each other in the stieet without stopping to hatch a political plot the source said Mi Power was a staunch supporter of Mr Smalhvood's battle to bring Newfoundland into Confederation in 1949 and latei became a cabinet minister in the new province's Liberal government The two quarrelled soon afterward and remained at odds until a year ago when thev renewed their friendship at a dinner here Mr Smallwood said last week that he and Mr Power were planning to arrange reu- nion banquets in 1974 for per- sons who worked with them in the Confederation campaign celebrates her lust quarter-century as a Canadian province next year Since Mr Smallwood started telling reporters a couple ot weeks ago that he was under considerable pressure" to return to public life theie have been in- dications that some poli- ticians may be taking him se- Premier Fiank Moores, whose victory over Mr. Small- wood s first political defeat since Confederation, said he didn't think a comeback would be good lor Newfoundland 'He s a fine politician and made a great contribution to Newfoundland but his style is ovei Mr Moores said Ed Roberts, who succeeded Mr Smallwood as party leader said the former premier would be welcome it he decided to return to politics Combat those Miserable Fall Colds THROAT LOZENGES For relief of coughs and sore throats due to colds 18's 79 0 Decongestant to relieve the misery of colds Coricidin 'D' 1.49 SHOPPERS DRUG MART Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8442 Sun may rise brighter on Commonwealth OTTAWA (OP) The sun may have set on the British Kmpire only to rise brighter ;ind stronger on the Com- monwealth, a 33-country that is becoming more cohesive every day. That's the opinion ol Lord Astor chairman ot the Royal Commonwealth Society, inter- viewed here in the middle ol a month-long visit to Canada to talk to society bunches Lord A.stor. 55. also is presi- dent ol the Commonwealth Pi ess Union and bases his op- timism about the luture ol the Commonwealth on the development ol international programs involving the press, other professional groups and students The 64-yeai-old pi ess union independent and a political group of owners, publishers, editors and managers ol some 650 new- spapers, periodicals and other has a fellowship progiam aimed at luithei international under- standing I think it's a very great help replied Lord Astor when asked whether such piograms foster Com- monwealth solidarity It enables people to see. at lirst hand some ot the differ- ences and difficulties and to accept them And I think they UMIII an awful lot from each other because if vou get peo- ple coming out Irom Mrua and meeting people 11om Ivist Africa Southeast 01 01 New Xealand 're going to learn an awful lot from each other apart from tfie new- spapei offices to which happen to be attached and from what see in the I'nited Kingdom itself The piogiam mainh in- volves taking pi utilising young jouinalists liom other countries and posting them to iii-wspapeis in Hritain lor llnee months where they are givc'ii the oppoitunity to navel usualls at the spon- soring paper s expense, and to meet a wide cross-section of I think it docs a verv impoitant pan in linking ommoimealth countries m m fashions month Save 233, Lush nylon shag comes to !rfe in a burst of dynamic colour. 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