Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tilt iETHBRlDGf Wrtlnnriny, Fohructry 16, 1177 ore ,4 He III H'sp.Tl lor- h e y provide him In (hi1 high 1 li i Ihc way attracting more and more followers uke liim whore he will across ini; Ihe Atlantic. II is more Keans. cnminp to a c1. in question of the ujih tile elemental force; powers of ik1 ocean and asking _. ixTinission lo work harnvinioiio- ly wilh il for a weeks. "I IIIC. HACK ...i- Others have ;i more Injaccd on fiipht Oct. 25. "The program has been a faice Miice its said an official of a major domestic- airline 'IT'S A MENACE' "Farce, s ;i I d lormcr sky marshal Hugh of Ballimore 'The program IF 1 a menace to the people v.bo ride Ihc airlines." The main reason says Vandervoort and olhcr skv marshals mlemowed, is that ihe marshals do not go! enough pisinl practice lo maintain top marksman ship. Proficiency aside, flight crews gmrrnlly oh- jrL-r lo ,'errying marshals, any gim an air- piane as menace enough. An Associated Press sl-ny of 1 the i-ky marshal program, in- eluding inton'iews mar- shals. pilots, stewardesses, air- t line executives and Federal i Avialion offici- als, turned up these specific j comjiJnmis' full complement, of marshals wns projected when President announced tho p'-oprain. bul the force has more I li a n '.2''.0. Once il .slipped coo, scarcely enough to .spol-chcf'K the thousands of flighls daily from UK; country's commcr- i eml Th-.-ro uflLMi is liaUim bj-iwccn marshals and fiighi v, ho say I hey are some- iini.'s noi lold where the mar- .ihal.i sealed. lack coni'idcucc in thf of tbfir first link wilh a hijnrker.. to h.'infllf1 the situation. Manv sifUTirdessos. on Ihc o t h i? r band, fear Ihc mar.vhals be cause they're convinced Ihe offi- i cers Houldn'l bcsilaie In shoot Ihro'igh limn lo -hip ;i hiiackcr. SMKS r NT; m SHOT n-i.nlh v.-nc lho ".iclms mission of named a.s Canada's for ConimonMe-illh lo fire at oilier h.-m "N'r-fscd 'm iiilriT-1 (lame'.s i ihai mar __ mn.sl inialifv flu- niq Ecirly to bed th i......I'd said Ihc rmlj h'nl flonc since train CAIRO -Kcuieri Cairo's had been on their own lime, adult p irniii-nl un-s lo prepare lo killed." raid a mar H'c I'l "'I.'' "i fur a shal who flics onl of "I'1 ue.e il.uc in Ihc con- "Vdii need conslanl practice lo l.r.icl. OlfinaU com- Slav sharp." I1-.it i Icasl imllein P.ciliamin O. Havis. head an- Ins I each Ihe sky man hal prom-am, said m .111. c of lale arrivals at he was unaware Ihcse lefiula- Lorn were not enforced. I feSs i So you thought that fashionable, all-wool worsted jackets for only in 1960, Well, we've got news for you. I! s news all nghl! Good Jactets with great 1972 looks at a price ttiat nghl out ol the 19GO'S. What a great deal! FABRICS: 100% all Wool worsted sport jackets ami twill blazeis. Sport Jacket also in a blend, SPORT JACKET STYLES: a-Conlemporarf Model frilh wide notch lapsts, centre vent, scalloped pockets, some with button treatment and some without. Traditional Model (Not Shown! ?-birtttm front, notch lapels and centra vent BLAZER STYLE: b-Fashlenable Morfel ?n 2-6aHon Srrgle breaslsd sWff scalloped pockels and centre vent. PATTERNS: Checks. Stripes, Plaids, Mini Chedffl, Geometries, Twsts and Herringbones. COLOURS: Sport Jackets; Medium to dark shades of Browns, Glues, Auber- gines, Greens or Greys. Blazers: Brown, of Aubergine. SIZES: 36-J8 Regular. 38-48 Tall, 36-44 Short. 3 DAYS ONLY SMKMHOM V Available from coasl to coast in Canada through all Simpsons- .'iiars slorcs. ihis very special oiler is the smcprnst ellort Simpsnns-Scnrs can makft to bring you inururinnciiso Ihfit rombincs linp quality with Ihfl possible prica. QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 n.m. lo p.m Thursdoy ond 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m. Cnnlro VillogB. Telephone 328-9231.