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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednttdoy, February 16, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 13 WOOLCO" is a registered Trade Mark of the F W. Woolworth Co. lid. Calm By GKRAHD McNEIL. OTTAWA (CP) John Turner romped into the justice department four years ago. His successor, Otto Lang, is more the calm after a storm. Where Mr. Turner was burst- ing with ideas when he became justice minister in 1968, the new minister from the Prairies, a former Saskatchewan Univer- sity law dean, says: "I expect to take some lime in getting a complete feel of the department before I begin to think about what can be done and in what period of time." Mr. Turner has left plenty to think about. A bill on electronic eavesdropping didn't gel beyond first reading in the long j crowded session that ends this week. It is expected to reappear in (he throne speech opening the new session of P a r 1 i a m e n 1 Thursday, along with a package j bill of Criminal Code amend- j merits. The package bill is expected (o aim at removing vagrancy from the Criminal Code and to insert prohibitions against air piracy and concealed weapons. DOESN'T TAKE STAND Mr. Lang, in his first inter- view after becoming justice minister, bobbed and weaved on issues like abortion, capital pun- ishment and divorce. The most he would say about i capital punishment is that Par- liament will have to make a de- rision before the five-year trial suspension ends Dec. 29. His view on divorce and abor- tion law is that more time is needed to sec how the changes of the late 1960s are working. The 39-year-old Lang said he isn't satisfied with a Criminal Code amendment on obscenity. That has opened the way for ev- erything from nudist magazines to X-rated movies. 'I'm not very satisfied with the way that's operating. I hope I may'be able to get some at- tention for this." I With speculation rising about a spring election campaign, Mr. Lang's promotion to justice from manpower is being inter- preted by some as a move to bolster his prestige on the Prai- ries and show that the govern- ment is interested in the West. As Prime Minister Tru- doau's Prairie lieutenant, he re- tains responsibility lor the Ca- nadian wheat, board. BAC'KGnOUNn GOOD However, his personal qunlift- c-alions for the justice ministry arc impeccable. He is a Rhodes Scholar and another law Icacher says he was a brilliant student. He became dean of law at the Univursity of Saskatchewan at the age of 29, building what has been described as an excellent faculty. sandy-haired, round-faced Uim', who has been described as liKtking like an adult Charlie Brown behind his horn-rimmed glasses, comes on iur.t as softly. Out one political columnist calls him a "cold logic engine" and his record belies his reticent} personality. j Only two Liberals were i elected from Saskatchewan in 19011 and Mr. Lang, in his first I political conlest, was one of 1 them. He was a cabinet mem- ber within two weeks. 1 lie has been the wheat man in the cabinet, first as minister without portfolio, then as minis- I ter of manpower and iimnigra-' lion for M months, and now as juslice minister. As such, he has been a rural large! during .some of (he worst years for wheat sales in recent history. Last fall, in a byelcclion caused by the dealh of A. Douglas, also eleclcd in Iflfill, the Liberals lost Assiniboia rid- ing lo Hie New Democrats. 'inee then Mr. Lang, who won Ills Sasliatoon-llumbnldt seal by a slim COO voles in HIGH, has been promoled and has inlro- (Ilici'd (lie long-debalcd price system for wheat. (A) Wooico Shampoo or Creme Rinse 32-oz. each. Egg, Castile or Lux- ury Shampoo. Regular or Lemon Creme Rinse. Cd EACH .09 (B) Wooico Hairspray 16-oz. Regular or Extra Hold in convenient aerosol. CQ EACH .09 (C) Wooico Petroleum Jelly 16-oz. A soothing dressing for minor skin irritations, for scrap- es and chafing. EACH (D) Wooico Bath Oil 32-oz. Bubbling bath oil in Lav- ender, Pine, Gardenia or Apple Blossom. Plastic CQ bottle. EACH ,09 (E) Wooico Dandruff Shampoo 17-oz. Our own dandruff con- trol shampoo in unbreakable plastic bottle. EACH (G) Wooico Vaporizer 128-oz. Capacity. CSA-approv- ed with extra-large medication chambers and automatic shut- (H) Wooico Absorbent Balls Mouthwash 4.49 Bag of 300 superior quality col- Ion bolls. For cosmetic use and for baby care. BAG 1-Q .33 mouthwash and EACH .59 (J) Wooico Skin Lotion (M) Wooico Disinfectant eaKuDie .97 (F) Wooico Protein Shampoo 17-oz. A protein shampoo for use by the whole Q7 EACH .91 family. To Dispense Ybiif Prescription Irt A Child Resastartp Safety Vial f 17-oz. This rich lotion contains lanolin skin softener. Applicator spout cap. EACH (K) Wooico Deodorant 8-oz. Regular or Anti-Perspirant in convenient aerosol can. EACH .99 .69 14-oz. Deodorizer Aerosol Spray kills household odours. EACH .79 (N) Wooico Instant lather 11-oz. Medicated shoving lather helps prevent irritation. In aerosol can. EACH .59 HALIBUT LIVER OIL Will, added Vilomir 500 capsules. 1.99 ONE DAILY Multiple Vitamins. 250 toblets. O 1 Q EACH C. I3 ONE DAILY PLUS IRON Multiple Vltom QQ OO 750 EACH 2.39 MULTIPLE VITAMINS and minerals. 250 tablets. EACH CHEWABLE MULTIPLE VITAMINS 250 toblets. EACH WOOLCO 12's COLD CAPSULES For relief of cold symptoms. CQ EACH VITAMIN C 100 mg 500 tablets EACH WOOl-KERI 8-OZ. BATH OIL Tor dry, itcliy skin. Water dispcrsible. EACH TOO ma. cli lobs. EACH iblc 1.79 A.S.A. TABLETS 500 to bl c I s in a plastic bat- CQ EACH SACCHARIN 1000's TABLETS Grain. XQ EACH