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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, April 11, 1973 ON'S FIVE BSG DAYS THURSDAY, APRIL I2fh THROUGH TUESDAY, APRIl 17th, OR AS LONG AS QUANTITIES IAST. USE YOUR EATON COME TRUE CARD FOR CONVENIENT SHOPPING. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY. STATIONERY AU OCCASION GREETING CARDS Be preporea no matter v-hat the occasion with this box of 24 cards. Covers birth- days, weddings, anniversaries and bereavemenls EACH CEUULOSc T4PE. Here's a great buy! Half-i-ch clear tape in dispenser with curfing edge. O Each roll has 1010" of tape. EACH W for PLASTIC-COATED PLAYING CARDS. Pick from a wide cfio.ee of designs in durable quality ccfa'5. Just wipe them clean with a damp c'cth, DECK PHOTO DISPLAY CUBE. What a novel idea! A six-sided clear plastic cube to display instamaticisize photos. EACH JUMBO PROJECT PAPE3. An economical way to amuse your children! Pack of 75 sheets in assorted colours. QQW PACK ..........OOJ5 WHITE BOND TYPEWRITER PAPER. Your home, schcol or office can always use these! Each pack with 250 sheets. Each x OOrt PACK OOy WHITE ENVELOPES. Al! purpose envelopes that any horns or office can use Pack of white woven 180, each 3V x 6V. EACH CHILDS' TOTE BAGS. Scive a lot of shopping problems with this moisture-proof rubberized cotion bag. Colorful felt designs. EACH MAGNETIC MEMO HOLDERS. Now you can stick notes on the fridge or cny meial surface! In fruit or daisy a'esigi. EACH TRAVEL GAMES. Keep your children and yourself occupied during those long trips with these magnetic games. About 5V x 5V EACH SET OF PASTEL CRAYONS. Set of 24 non-toxic pastel cray- ons that shade and blend beautifully. OOX EACH OOJU 12 TUBE WATER COLOR SET. EACH FRAME PHOTO BOOK ENDS. EACH LIQUID PAPER CORRECTION FLUSD EACH 880 PHOTO ALSUM. IS sheet. Will hold 60 instamctic size RECIPE BOOK. With vinyl cover. EACH TELEPHONE and ADDRESS BOCK. With attractive vinyl cover. EACH FIVE-YEAR DIARY. Attractive floral design. Complete with lock and key. EACH NOVELTY "DISNEY" PENCIL SHARPENERS. EACH NOVELTY "DISNEY" SCISSORS. EACH RiNG BINDER NOTE BOOK. EACH LOVELY WORLD NOTE BOOKS. EACH INSTAMATIC PAPER WEIGHT. EACH...................... SNAP LOCK PORTFOLIO. EACH DOUBLE DECK PLASTIC PLAYiNG CARDS EACH 4 PC. DESK SET EACH BULLETIN EACH 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 2 for 880 880 2for 880 4 ,or 880 2.88 2.88 2. 3. 3.88 Stationery, lower Floor SUNDRIES 880 EACH OO0 EACH 880 TAME CSEMH RIKSE 3 01. SOFT N' DSY 5 o? --.re GILLETTE FOAMY SHAJVE CREAM 11 sue. GILLETTE SUPES STAINLESS STEEl BLADES O 'odTige ct 5 for EATON S SK.N CREAM 20 07 10- JOHNSON AND JOHNSON BAND AIDS Pccl'og" of 1 00 IAVCRIS MOUTH WASH 1? PI SANDAIWOCD SOAP A c-3rv EACH 880 880 2 ,0, 880 880 Sundries, lower Floor NOTIONS BOOT TRAY. Heavy duty clear plastic. Rim around edge holds in water. EACH Wff OVERDOOR HANGER. Chrome plated. EACH................- 4 880 BATH PILLOW Inflatable style with four suction QQrf cups. About 17" x EACH WOMEN'S INSOLES. In foam rubber Sizes 4-5, 6-7, 8-9....... pai BARGASN THREAD PACK. You get 17. O 880 assorted co'ors per pack. pkgs. UTILITY CASE. Sturdy vinyl with ripcer closure and looped handle. EACH...... 880 880 DIET SCALE. With calorie chart. Weighs up 10 16 oz. EACH SHOPPING BAG Lightweight; holds up to 50-lb. SET OWV 880 PLASTIC HANGERS. With clips. SET Or 3................ HAIR BRUSH SET, Styling brush, teasing comb and regular brush. SET COSMETIC SET. Printed rayon satin cosmetic bag, spectacle case and com purse. SET STRAW MAT SET. square, r rectangular in fancy straw. SET OF FOUR STRAW MAT SET. square, round and 28C> 880 880 880 880 880 MEN'S INSOLES. Foam rubber in size: 3-9, 10-11. TOWEL HANGER. Qfig EACH SHOE HORN. Novelty. EACH SHOE RACKS. EACH BLANKET BAGS. Zipper opening. Holds 3 bicnkeis. EACH CLOTHES LINE ROLLER. EACH...... PLASTIC LACE COASTER. EACH DRINKING HAPPY BIRD. EACH............. ROSE SACHET BALL. EACH PLASTIC MAT. EACH............. MEN'S SUIT HANGERS. PLASTIC HANGERS. EXPANDING PEG RACK. EACH PA'NT SET CORDUROY PUIOW COVER. EACH MASTERPIECE SET. EACH.............. MATTRESS COVER. EACH CLOTHS. E4CH CRU.MBER. EACH WOOD TOY. t-'CH SEWING KITS. EACH 880 880 880 880 3 ,or880 3 T0r880 880 2 fcr 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 Notions, lower Floor SPORTING GOODS and HOUSEWARES 880 880 880 880 2 8831 3 ,or 880 Sporting Goods, lower Floor APPLE CO3ESS. D3YES CUPS. Dandy 4or t-OT-ip-r'- or. ccrd CONTAINERS. S'ic. 3 in p'rg. CLOTHES PIN BAGS. PloO.c EACH STROKE MASTER GOLF BALIS BADMINTON SHUTTLE COCKS. TOYS PLASTIC PUZZLE. EACH 880 HIP YOUR TOP GAME. EACH........ CRESCENT SiNGLE GUN. EACH............ OUTDOOR POP UP GAME. EACH SET OF 5 BATHTUB OR POOL BOATS. EACH...................... CHILD'S PLASTIC 4 PCE. GARDEN SET. EACH......................... KICK BALLS. EACH CHILD'S LONG HANDLE SHOVEL EACH................ ASSORTED MODELS. EACH.......................... ACTION JACKSON DOLL CLOTHES. EACH.......... 880 880 880 880 ROMPER ROOM FUN STRAW. EACH.................. PAINT BY NUMBERS. EACH...... 880 880 COOKIE MONSTER and GROOVER FINGER PUPPET. EACH SKIP ROPES. EACH 5NFLATABLE LOVABLE EASTER TOYS. EACH...... PLASTIC TOOL SETS. EACH WATER GUNS. PICTURE DOMINOES. EACH PUPPETS. EACH 880 880 880 2 for 880 880 PULL-ALONG TOY. EACH 880 B.O. PLASTIC TRAIN, (less EACH SLINKY. EACH DARTS. Packcge. EACH TARGET GUN SET. EACH 880 880 880 Toys, lower Floor HARDWARE and GARDEN NEEDS PLASTIC FENCE PANELS. EACH TOMATO BLOCKS. "Slarfire" and "Beefslenk' EACH TU5UIAR HACKSAW to 10" '2' CACH ASSORTED HANDY TOOLS. EACH HOWEJ5, TSES AND SHRUB FOOD. Formula EACH ANT AND GRUB KU1ER. Conloins chJordone. EACH.......... CUTWORM OUST SPRAY C't-Ordonc. EACH DESITOX. l-'o ccn. fACH LEPAGtt BSUSH CLEANER EACH HOSJ NOZZLE. Pisic.1 EACH TAP5-, yorcis tACH 830 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 HanJwore, Gorden Needs, lower Floor ATQN'S... SHOP THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 9 'Til 9 FOR THESE EXCITING 88c VAIUIS Gone The Lincoln Hotel, an Indianapolis landmark, crumbles into its foundation amid a huge cloud of smoke and dust. The 55-year-old structure was destroyed to make way for a housing and shopping uamplex. Aboriginal rights debate expected By STUART LAKE OTTAWA (CP) Either Flora MacDor.ald King- ston and the Islands') or Frank i Howard Skeana) is ex- j pected to move later this week I that the Commons adopt a re- i port of the Commons Indians affairs committee, thus setting off an a'l-day debate on abori- ginal rights. The ccir.miltee report, which the side will reject, calls on the Commons to en- dorse aboriginal rights as de- 1 fired by the National Indian Brotherhood. i All eight Conservatives and 1 both two ?Cew Democrats on the comrnities voted for the recommendation. Five Liberal merribsrs. claiming the conunit- i tse moving too quickly, ab- stained from the vote. 1 According to the brotherhood definition, aboriginal rights or lard claims of Indians exist in areas and in areas where treaties are deemed un- fair by Indians. The hrcfh- i erhood also wants such rights as hunting, fishing and trapping restored or loss com- pensated for as part of abori- ginal rights settlement. Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien said during a CTV public affairs program Sunday that the government recognizes that only registered Indians j xvho have not signed treaties "have sonre rights based on the Royal Proclamation of 1763.'' AGREED TO NEGOTIATE i For this reason, he said, the governmsnt agreed negotiate claims of Yukon Indies. ?Jr. Chrrlien said the erhcod implies that net all of the treaties signed are valid. If that view were fccsoted. the minister, it would cor sequences in She Prairie picvinccg. Brihsh Columbia. Ontario and else- v.-hsre treaties were ccrtrolled by the provinces and huse amounts of mon-y. "If we have to renegotiate all the treaties, there are some cities built on land that perhaos is not Canadian said Mr. Chretien. LIMITS RECOGNITION The government definition limits recognition to about 000 Indians registered under the Indian Act. At least half of ttem signed treaties. Another or so non-reg- istered Indians and Metis also are daiming aboriginal rights and are in the process of re- ceiving grants from the govern- ment to research them. Both Prime Minister Trudeau and Mr. Chretien have invited the Conservatives and New Democrats to define aboriginal rights, and to do some thinking on the costs of extinguishing them. That will be the challenge the government will extend during the debate when it takes place later this week. As a cabinet mirL-Jer j; was j his duly to paint out Uw prob- such reocrsnitiOT would brws TO. involving land new Wheat, barley J 1 raised WINNIPEG The Ca- nadian u-hcal board If day an- nounced increased quotas for varieties of wheat aixl barley. The quota for white sprirp wheat Detected by mills has been declared ttjcn effec- tive immediately. A MMwsbel per quota acre for barky has been authorized effective April 16 in all ship- ping blocks, and also effective on Jhe same date is a 35-basbel per quota acre lor soft white spring wheat ia all blocks. Penal system criticized SYDNEY, N.S. (CP) Solic- itor-general Warren AUinand says the Canadian penal system has failed and that only rehabi- litation can prevent the coun- try's crime rate from soaring. have to keep reminding people that criminals go to prison for de'eroiinafed periods thsy are all going to ge out." Mr. AHmar.d tcJd a crimi- nologv class at St. Francis Xa- vier University Sydney campus1 ycMerdcy. have no choice but to make rehabilitation our top pri- ority." At present four out of five oeople released from prison found their iray back because prison estperienoe had roi changed their attitude towarc socidy. Mr. AUmand strongly de- fcisded the federal govemmenVr parole and special-absence claiminc Jbe actual sue cess of 1he ofter overlooked because of iniWiciSy penrraled hy "spectacular" failures. In fact, only a minute per cenlare of failures had oc in the- fcmporary-alv smce program and in the parok system were being iigWened op by Ottawa. solicitor-general saM the temporary-absence program has proven itself a vataable too in re-introducing ex-prisoners to society. "We fed you have to pat man gradually in paaboa a responsibilitv, be said ;