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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LLMICRiJCif ?IESAIO Wednesday, April 26, the nncs I rat dee deep political trouble A i V [gains in tin- stale of I'LitKiilhiLi Sufi Writer lln> Opiwilii'll I h V, :'y ol j (.'Imslian Democrats aiv [01 einu (iet A Nobel a parliaincntarv vole cmifi- uir.iHT v.-ely recof.- cionoo in Hramll's highly.vulner- ns a v" is 1 able coalition eabiiu-t. in (kvi) piTv.r. tro'.ii'le at! Much of the eiw.mi'tu aroti.-etl linja-.1 j by tile imrondim; venfiiienco r'o 11 'i n- CA'ftuval I vote has focase.l' on Uraiult's dangerous dinnerware i.'aaaiia has ordered of dan- a r e ihat is i health the -jit: in inter- ne of dinner- W.iW) pieces of rnndi1 by Ceramano-Kerainik of e s t i Germany. The said I tlie stoneware curtains KI -11 affairs (imos Hie amount of K'ai'hable lead allowed by 1T S standards. Also recalled uere enamel- Tile f's fo.xi and drug ad- ministration siki Fridny H had ware plates, coffee percukitors. colanders, ladles and salsd spoons made by Ishikawa of Japan. They had a cadmium content 20 to 100 times above government limits. tiny and precarious margin of parliamentary support anil on the immcdte fate of his friend- ship treaties with the Commun- ist East it he is defeated. Tlie treaties of reconciliation with Russia and Tolanrt appar- ently would never be ratified in the event of Brandt's being lop- pleri as chancellor and suc- ceeded by the Christian Demo- cralie chief, fiainer Barzel. But beyond this, West Ger- many might find itself con- fronted with a renewal of the political turbulence which in 1968 produced street riots in many citjes. KKCALL HITLER'S RISE The clashes then were some- what reminiscent of the stormy scenes in Germany before Hit- ler's rise to power in 1833. Inured as many Germans are to political upheavals and solid as the federal republic seems to be, there is apprehension about (he unrest which a Brandt de- feat might produce. As n moderate Socialist with an impeccably anti-Nazi record, (he chancellor lias succeeded in placating youthful left-wingers who accuse the Christian Demo- cratic party of being a nesting place for sinister "reaction." At (he same time, Hie ex- Ireine right has lost much of its fighting steam. 253 bottles TABER (HNS) the 2G9 donors who turned out to the Taber blood donor clinic, 16 were rejected for various rea- sons leaving a net of 253 bot- tles of blood against an official objective of 22.1, Mrs. Fay Sloane, convener, says the "poor turnout" of 60 persons during the afternoon session reduced the overall con- tribution. But in addition to the domes tic implications of a Brandt de feat, such an event would have a powerful impact on European affairs as a whole. RATIFICATION NKEDKK For one thing1 the Comnnm isls have made the laboriously negotiated arrangements for an easing of West Berlin's isolation dependent on ratification of Iho friendship pacts. Similarly linked is further progress to- wards a general European "de- tente." Moreover, witii countries like Denmark and Norway now de- ciding whether to join the Kuro- pean Common Market, a re- newed state of cold-war nerves in central Europe might detract from the confidence needed for a plunge into radically-new trading relationships. Tims the attention of many top authorities in botli East and West will be concentrated on the Bonn confidence vote. back to the wall Buy new buses EDMONTON (CP) Pur- chase of to diesel buses for a total ot for the Ed- monton Transit Syslem was ap- proved by city council. Council was informed that propane powered buses, while more desirable in terms of less pollution, aren't practical be- cause replacement parts aren't available. a student set fire CALGARY (CP) City de- tectives said Tuesday a 15 year-old student has admitted he set three fires nt n Calgary junior high school, because ho wanted a holiday. They also revealed that an inmate at the Calgary Correc- tional Institute admitted he and two other men started a blaze last December (luring a break in at (he same school. Following the major fire, the Bishop Pinliham School in southwest Calgary hail to he closed for a few days. Security precautions were taken and hundreds of students were questioned by police. It was the closure, police said, which apparently created the incentive for the student to set fires, hoping the school would be closed again. Police said he has admitted setting two fires in mid-Decem- ber, one minor flare-up in a classroom and a blaze en the stape of the gymnasium. Ho lias (old police he is also re- sponsible for an incident in March when a fire bomb was dropped through a window Into the school. Michael Hawryluk, 18, has been sentenced to two years less n day for his part In the and the student now has been banded over to juvenile authorities, detectives sairl. The detectives are working on the possibility that two other students might have been In- volved with the 15-year-old in one or more of the fires. At Jan. 1, 1972, Uiere were municipalities in Quebec, including 45 cities, 219 towns, 278 villages, 502 parishes, 155 townships and 155 without desig- nation. Come in and save during our Big Savings Event! DAYS ONLYI LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT 1 only HOOVER RINSE-O-MATIC AND SPIN DRYER lift Or Sugg. 239.95 1 07.73 I only RCA ELECTRIC DRYER wilh aulo. shut off (lop of the line model) 1 ft t? Sugg, lisl 289.00 1 only SIMPLICITY AUTO. AND MATCHING ELECTRIC DRYER in harvest gold, (pushbutlon con. Sugg, list 659.90 445.00 T only EASY ELECTRIC DRYER. 1 ftr Sugg, list 239.95. damaged) 1 4 V.73 J only SPEED QUEEN ELECTRIC DRYERS (stainless steel drum and fool pedal opening) Sugg, lisl 319.00 FREEZERS 2 only McCLARY CU. FT. FREEZERS freezing oluminum fined m Sugg, list I 9.95 T only RCA 8 CU. fT. FREEZER (floor l ro OC Sugg, list I JO.V J DISHWASHERS 1 only KELVINATOR FRONT LOADING Mnie dis- penier and culling boord rt-yn Qc Sugg, list 399.95................ 279.95 ELECTRIC RANGES 1 only FINDLAY 30" in avocado (lop of (he line model. _ _ Sugg, lisl 389.95 244.95 288.95 !254.95 114.95 Sugg, [in 399.00 T only FINDLAY 30" in harves! -old (com' clean wu' l n 'nuous Sugg, list 319.95 1 only FORCE 20" in copperrone. Sugg, list 1 J9.95 T only FORCE 20" with oven. fl Sugg, list 139.95 124.95 GAS RANGES i oriiy FiNULAY 30" (continuoul cleon or modd Susg. liit 379.95 279.95 1 FINDLAY 20" opanrnenl liio. co oc Priiulor 169.95 158.95 FRIDGES Sugg, list 429.95 1 only McClARY 14 CU. FT. no frost (deluxe 1 avocado, 1 while. OiD QC Sugg, lisl 529.95 J07.73 4 only RCA 14 CU. FT. no frost (cantilever avocado, 1 harvest gold, 2 LH while, til ftp Sugg, lisr 439.95 4 only INDESIT 9 CU. FT. BAR FRIDGES. 1 An ftp Reg. 179.95 I 4V.73 1 only RCA T4 CU. FT. NO FROST (rotary com- Ol A ft r Sugg, list 419.00 O I 7.73 4 only RCA NO FROST, (rotary 1 Har- vest Gold, 3 White. -_ Sugg, lisl 469.00 OOO.73 1_ only GIBSON IS CU. FT. NO FROST (deluxe 379.95 CU' Sugg, list 739.95 437.95 1 only RCA 15 CU. FT. SIDE BY SIDE FOODERAMA '.markeaj. ft F" Sugg, list 599.00 457.95 COLOR TVs 1 only RCA MARK I SOLID STATE 26" COLOUR Floor mode! (very large Oftft ftr Sugg, list 1250.00 077.95 1 only RCA 22" COLOUR PO7 OC Slightly marked. Sugg. Mil 5990.0 1 only RCA 26" COLOUR (Colonial in knotly pine' slightly marked inn n I- Sugg, list 899.00 O77.V5 COIOIJR slyiinal, Regular 699.00 577.95 2 only RCA 17" COLOUR. Portable, ar demonslralors. Sugg, list 499.95 O07.73 1 only RCA 20" COLOUR PORTABLE (Black Matrix 499.95 screen) damaged. Sugg, list 599.95 1 only RCA 19" COLOUR PORTABLE Damaged. Sugg. 569.00 BLACK ond WHITE TVs 1 only RCA 23" CONTEMPORARY inn nr CONSOL, Sugg, list 299.95 I 99.95 3 only RCA 10" B and W PORTABLE transformers 1 r n Sugg, list 169.95 2 only RCA 19" B and W PORTABLE. 1 on OC Sugg, list 139.95 FLOOR CARE 72.95 39.95 14 only HOOVER 4 POSITION UPRIGHTS Sea, 84.95 7 only HOOVER CONSTELLATIONS. Reg. 49.95 32 only PK. IEWYT CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY SHAMPOO. i Reg. 2.59 5 only GE FLOOR POIISHERS. Reg. 27.83 PRICE 23.95 58.95 6 only SANYO CANISTER VACUUM Reg. 79.95 7 only REGINA 3 BRUSH POLISHER. or List 54.95 46.95 I only REGINA CANISTER VACUUM. LA nr Reg. 79.95 O4.73 STEREOS 4 only RCA CONTEMPORARY STEREOS (air sus- pension rt'rn rtr Sugg, lisl 369.95 1 only RCA FRENCH PROVINCIAL nnn Qc STEREO. Sugg, lisl 530.00 OO7.V5 1 only RCA COLONIAL STEREO. Sugg, lisr 649.95 389.95 1 only RCA MOD. STEREO nnifp Sugg, lisl 72 "Kltt T only FLEETWOOD CONTEMPORARY nnn ftr STEREO. Sugg, lisl 599.95 Oo9.95 Convenient Terms Available! Open 9 a.m. to 5.30 p m. Daily and 9 1o 9 Thursday one! Friday Nights! ANCES 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5767 TAPE INSTRUMENTS SO only BLANK 8 TRACK CARTRIDGES. f nn Reg. 2.99 1.77 50 only BLANK 60 MINUTE CASSETTES. an. Reg. 1.39 O7C 50 only BLANK 60 MINUTE CASSETTES. J in Reg. t.99 I .07 15 only SONY 5" REELS. ft rn Reg. 3.50 ..........................A.JV 10 only SONY 3" REELS. 1 nj- Reg. 1.75 I .Z3 1 only SANYO CASSETTE RECORDER wilh AM-fM radio. Reg. 119.95 3 only SANYO CASSETTE RECORDER wilh AM radio. Reg. 99.95 2 only RCA 8 TRACK phono AM-FM multiplex (dual changer, oir suspension AL.O O. C Sugg, list 549.95 407.73 2 only LLOYDS 8 TRACK AM-FM mulliplex. Sugg, list 199.95 J only RCA CASSETTE AM-FM multiplex. Sugg, list 249.00 8 only RCA CASSETTE RECORDER wilh AM-fM radio, fieri, 99.95 4 only LLOYD'S CAR CASSETTE RECORDER. Sugg, lisl 149.95 4 only RCA CASSETTE RECORDER. n-j ftr AC-DC. Reg. 44.95 1 only RCA REEL TO REEL RECORDER 7 t n p (sold ol Mechanics Special 1 only SONY REEL TO REEL RECORDER. Rnrj. 119.95 1 only CONCORD SOUND CAMERA. nntrr Reg. 39.95 ..................72 KltC 3 only LLOYDS PORTABLE 8 TRACK PLAYER. AC- DC-12 veil operation. O A OC Rag. 1 19.95 O't.Vj 3 only SAME AS ABOVE wilh AM-FM radio. Reg. 154.95 89.95 169.95 149.95 219.95 79.95 89.95 119.95 RECORD PLAYERS and PHONOS 1 only STUDIO TONE MODULAR UNIT nin nr (73 wan Sugg, lisl 389.95 2 only RCA RECORD PLAYERS with oft ftp AM radio. Rog. 39.95 Z 7.7 J 3 only RCA RECORD PLAYER wilh nn op AM-FM radio. Reg. 59.95 O7.7J RADIOS I only RCA CLOCK RADIO on Or Reg. 59.95 .......................dV.Vj 34 Ofliy fit-A. IKANSISTOR RADIO. r xn Reg. 6.95 1 only RCA CLOCK RADIO. CO Keg. 84.95 37.VJ 7 only RCA TRANSISTOR RADIO. 16.95.................. PRICE 8 only RCA AM-FM-SW-AC-DC ABLE BATTERY. Reg. 69.95 1 only RCA AM-FM RADIO. Res. 39.95 I only RCA CLOCK RADIO, Reg. 39.95 1 only RCA AM-FM-AC-DC RADIO. Reg. 44.95 6 only RCA TRANSISTOR RADIO. Reg, 12.95 1 only RCA AM-FM RADIO. Reg. 49.95 3 only RCA AM-FM RADIO. Reg. 39.95 5 only RCA AM-FM CLOCK RADIO. Reg. 49.95 2 only RCA CLOCK RADIO. Reg. 29.95 19.95 I only RCA AM-FM RADIO. Re-g. 79.95 only RCA AM-FM-SW RADIO. Reg. 99.95 72 1 only RCA AM-FM RADIO. Reg. 1 72 T Y2 4 only SANYO AM-FM-AC-DC RADIO. Reg. 39.95 I only SANYO AM-FM RADIO wilh separole speakers. Sugg, lisl 1.59.95 3 only SANYO TRANSISTOR RADIOS. Reg. 13.95 OC QQ OC 77.7J O OC 7.7 J 1 only FLEETWOOD AM-FM MANTLE 157 nc RADIO. Reg. 39.95 1 only AM-FM MANTfE RADIO. Reg. 49.95 V2 I only FtEETWOOD AM-FM MANTtE RADIO. Reg. 89.95 72 I only FLEETWOOD AM-FM MANTLE RADIO wilh seporole speakers. 1 Sugo. lisl 169.95 I only SONY TRANSISTOR RADIO. nnifr Reg. 49.95 .................72 PRICE 1 only UOYDS i BAND RADIO. Sugg. Mil 99.00 2 only LLOYD'S AM-FM TRANSISTOR RADIO. AC-DC. Reg. 42.00.......... 1 only LLOYD'S AM-FM TRANSISTOR RADIO. AC-DC. Reg. d? 00 I only LLOYD'S 6 BAND RADIO. Sugg, list 145.00 1 only LLOYD'S 5 BAND RADIO. Sugg, list 109.95.............. 69.95 29.95 tn 07. 89.95 69.95 ;