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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 16, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 WOOLCO" is a registered Trade Mark of the W. Woolworth Co. Lttf. Calm liv GKRAKU .McNElL OTTAWA (CP) Mm Turner romped into Lhc justice department Tom1 years ago. Mis successor, Otto Lang, is more j the calm after a storm. Where Mr. Turner ivas burst- ing with ideas when he became justice minister in 1958, the new minister from the Prairies, a former Saskatchewan Univer- sity law dean, says: "I expect to take some lime irj 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 i (he throne speech opening the new session of P a r I i a m c n t j Thursday, along with a package j bill of Criminal Code amend- j menls. The package bill is expected (o aim at removing vagrancy I 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. 1 The most he would say about capital punishment is that Par- liament will have lo make a de- I 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 Ihe late 1960s are working. The .19-year-old Lang said he Isn't satisfied with a Criminal Code amendment, on obscenity. That has opened Ihe way for cv- erylhing from nudist magazines to X-raled movies. 'I'm not satisfied with the way that's operating. I hope I may be able lo get some at- tention for Iliis.'' speculation rising about a spring election campaign, Mr. Lang's promotion to juslicc from manpower is being inter- preted by some as a move to bolster his prestige on Ihe Prai- ries and show flint the govern- ment "ally is interested in the West. As Prime Minister Tru- clcou's Prairie lieutenant, he re- tains responsibility for the Ca- nadian wheat board. IWKGROIJND GOOD Ilouovnr, his personal qualifi- calions for the justice ministry arc impeccable. He is a Rhode's Scholar and another law teacher says he was ;i brilliant student. He became dean of law at the Uiiivursily of Saskatchewan at the age of 29, building what has iK'en dc'sn-ibc'd as an excellent facully. sandy-haired, round-faced ha.s been described as liiiCing like an ;iciult Charlie Brown behind Ills horn-rimmed glasses, conies on just as soflly. one political columnist calls him a "cold logic engine" and record belies his reticent persotialify. Only two Liberals were j cli'cMI from Saskalchewnn in Ifllilt and Lang, in his first! conlcsl, was one. of i them. He was a cabinet mem- ber wilhin two weeks. lie lias been (lie wheat man in I the cabinet, first as minister nilhiinl portfolio, (lien us minis- i ler of manpower and inimigra-> lion for M inmillis, and now as I juslicc minister. As such, he I has been a rural larget during .some nf (he worst years for wheat sales in recent hislory. Last fall, in a hyelcclion caused by Ihe dealh of A, H. Douglas, also cjcclcd in Ifllill, Hie Liberals lost Assiniboia rid- lo Ihe New llemocrals. Ihen lUr. Lang, who won liis seal by a slim (Kid voles in 10GII, has been promoled and has inlrn- ilmrd Hie loni; delialed (no- price system for (A) Woolco Shampoo or Creme Rinse wreme runse 32-oz. each. Egg, Castile or Lux- ury Shampoo. Regular or lemon .69 ury Shampo Crcmc Rinse. (D) Woolco Barh Oil (G) Woolco Vaporizer 32-oz, Bubbling bath oil in Lav- 128-oz. Capacity. CSA-approv- ftnder. Pine, Gardenia or Apple Blossom. Plaslic bcllle. EACH .69 EACH ed with extra-large medicalion chambers and aulomalic shut- off. EACH (H) Woolco Balls Bag of 300 superior quality col- ion balls. For cosmetic use and for baby care. (L) Woolco Moufhwash 2 4-oz- Effeefivfl breolh cars, moulhwash and gargle. EACH .59 (B) Woolco Hairspray 16-oz. Regular or Extra Hold in convenienl aerosol. EACH (C) Woolco Petroleum Jelly 16-oz. A soothing dressing for minor skin irritations, for scrap- ei and chafing. EACH (E) Woolco Dandruff Shampoo 17-oz. Our own dandruff con- trol shampoo in unbreakable plastic bollle. EACH (F) Woolco Protein Shampoo 17-oz. A prolein shampoo for use by the whole family. EACH mij Sr To Dispense Your Prescription Ih A Child Resistant Safety Vial, (J) Woolco Skin Lotion 17-oz. This rich lotion contains lanolin skin softener. Applicator spoul cap. EACH (M) Woolco Disinfectant .99 14-oz. Deodorizer Aerosol Spray kills household odours. EACH .79 (K) Woolco Deodorant (N) Woolco Instant Lather 8-oz. Regular or Anli-Perspirant in convenient cerosol can. EACH .69 11-oz. Mecficaled shaving lalher helps prevent irritalion. In aerosol eon. EACH .59 BU Y WOOLCO BRAND PHARMACY ITEMS ONE DAILY Multiple Vitamins. 250 tablets. O 1 Q EACH f" I 3 ONE DAILY PLUS IRON Multiple. Vitamins with 750 fableK EACH 2.39 MULTIPLE VITAMINS and mineral. Q EACH t. CHEWABLE MULTIPLE VITAMINS 250 loblms n EACH t. WOOLCO COLD CAPSULES For relief of cold symptoms. CO EACH VITAMIN C 100 mg. 500 tablets EACH 100 mg. chnwablr EACH 1.7V WOOL-KERI 8-OZ. BATH OIL Tor dry, itchy ikin. Water disporsible. A.S.A. TABLETS 500 I o bl o I s in a plastic bol- CO tic. EACH -J3 HALIBUT LIVER i Willi added Vilomir 500 capsules. EACH I .89 SACCHARIN 1000's TABLETS EACH -4' T: Grain, TQ EACH -J7 SLIM'N TRIM 63's Hrlpi lo tuib appr. 2AQ OATS 4 HONEY GRANOLA CEREAL Gently t o o S I c d, icady to cat whole groin M or. EACH I I ACEROLA C-IOO c'.rwnble 100 lolv Drliriou.i Vitamin C EACH 2.18 CHEDDAR CHIPS A favnurful wholc- tomc snacV -food for ihc family- 5 07, nackaqo. CC EACH -DO ONION CHIPS A t r u n c li y snack fond. 5 01. packayr. EACH -66 These Prices effective February 16th through February 19fh-We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALBERTAI LTD. A DIVISION OF DOMINION CITRUS S DRUGS LTD. TOASTED SOYA NUTS Sea Soiled "Pernuts" witii nut-like lastc. pack CC o9e EACH -OO CAFFREE BEVERAGE Caffcin-iree instant H r i n k man> from CAROB COOKIES Mineralized cookie! made with 100% Whole Whc-ol flour. 8 EACH CLOVER HONEY Naujrol Grade 4 quick ennrgy ticol. 16 01. jai. Q< EACH -C I -7< I I Department Stores Because We're Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;