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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Demos cast worried eye at Wallace, Kennedy WASHINGTON (CP) Dem- ocratic party officials, trying to tap tiaA of the jostling bri- gade of candidates Jor their par- pneidentUI nomination, can be forgiven if they (In cest worried eye at two men who haven't yet entered the battle. George Wallace, Alabama'i outspoken governor, Is edging dally toward a declared candi- dacy that could play havoc among the Democrat before Wallace makes another bid tor the presidency as an Independ- ent. And Senator Edward Ken- nedy Is playing a game that continues to keep the party leaden on edge. Apart from these two, the party's list of presidential can- didates appeared to be com- pleted when the garrulous Hu- bert Humphrey announced bis formal entry Monday. Humphrey, who lost the presi- dency by a hair to Richard Nixon in 1968, became the ninth person to set his sights on the Democratic nomination for next November's election. By contrast, Nixon bat only two competitors for the Republi- can challenge on the left from Representative EDWARD KENNEDY Paul McCloskey of California and a right-wing rebellion led by Representative John Ash- brook of Ohio. Neither is consi- dered likely to cause the pr dent great pain. RACE CONFUSING There is nothing so deer-cut about the Democratic race, thanks as much to toe 'spoil- ing" effect of severe! party fig- ures as to the number of candi- dates. Wallace, who captured five southern states in 1968 when he was American Independent party candidate for president, la still a nominal Democrat and thus eligible to enter the Demo- cratic primaries. A Wallace campaign In Flor- ida, which seems Inevitable, could drain away support from several other candidates and leave none with a clear margin. Among those who could be af- fected most are Humphrey, Sen- ator Edmund Musitie and Sena- tor Henry Jackson, although even left-wing candidates might lose supporters to Wallace's po- pulist and racist appeals. The Florida primary, to be held March 14, has been touted as me first with really national significance. The New Hamp- shire prlmery, one week earlier, hai a smaller list of candidates and a VMS representative electo- rate. Kennedy's role It more am- biguous. WITHDRAWS NAME He has denied that he Is seek- ing the nomination and has withdrawn his name from the primaries. But bis busy sched- ule of public his carefully phrased appeals for public de- signed to keep him available in the event that no other candi- date can rally enough conven- tion votes. The public has regularly placed his name high on the list among Democrats in public- opinion polls. One other Democrat has re- served a potential spoiler's role for himself. Eugene McCarthy, former Minnesota senator whose grass- roots campaign for the Demo- cratic nomination in 1968 shook up the party, has entered the race again. Although Ms current cam- paign seems deliberately olf- GEORGE WALLACE hand, McCarthy has threatened that if he doesn't like the results of the party's convention he might run as a fourth-party can- didate for the presidency. McCarthy's support hai wan- dered away while he taught po- etry at a Maryland university, but observers believe he could still lure voters from among the young and the radicals, voters the Democratic party is hoping to hold for Its eventual candi- date. With the primary elections still two months away, and UK Democratic convention another four months after that, the pos- sibility remains of a clear-cut victory for one candidate and a happily unified party. There is no shortage, how- ever, of opportunities for a sav- age scramble for the Demo- cratic nominaUon and a disor- ganized campaign that would leave President Nixon without serious opposition. FEED ANIMALS About 80 per cent of the her- ring landed in Canada are used to produce fish meal [or animal feeds. jMMry 11, It71 UTHMMf MUls) 29 Oddities in the CORPUS Tex. (AP) _ Burglan took about from a Corpus Christi firm whose advertising slo- gan is "Crime Prevention Is Our Business. The company's business Is Cat problem getting worse CALGARY (CP) The city has a soaring cat population. And the Calgary Academy of Veterinarians has been ap- proached by the Community Services committee for recom- mendations on a program of animal control. Kay Dick, formerly of the So- ciety for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, told the committee Tuesday that female dogs are running rampant over the city, "but the cat problem Is 10 times worse." "There are thousands of cats running wild and she said. leasing guard dogs tor homes asd business estab- Uihmenti. Police said burglars en- tered through a window Sunday night while one of the dogs was on duty. LONDON (Renter) Firemen hurried to a Lon- don office Monday to free a girt trapped by her hair ta s duplicating machine. Scissors were produced; but firemen decided to dis- mantle the machine instead. Twenty minutes later, the girl was freed, uninjured and with all her hair tatacL ART SELLS WELL WINNIPEG (CP) More than worth of paintings by Indian artist Allen Sanp were sold during a two-week ex- hibit at a local high school Sapp, a free Indian from the Red Pheasant reserve In Sas- katchewan, sold 27 of thi 42 paintings on exhibition. I SALE STARTS THURS., JAN. 13 at 9 a.m. SAT., JAN. 15 at 6 p.m. SALE ENDS PERSONS HARDWARE SEWING MACHINES WATCHES SHOTGUNS RIFLES FISHING EQUIPMENT SPORTING GOODS PAINT TOOLS HAND GUNS RIFLE SCOPES KNIVES HOCKEY STICKS SKI EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. SEWING MACHINES CABINETS WATCHES 4-Brethtn 301 automatic sewing machines. Reg. 229.95..... 1S9.95 2-Sewlng machine cabineti. Reg. 79.95................... 49.95 2-Sewing machine cabinets. Reg. 59.95 39.95 4-Tlmex Mariin watches Reg. 11.95............... 8.95 5-Timtx Vitceunt watchn Reg. 16.95 12.95 3-Timex Darwin watchet Reg. 9.95 7.49 4-Tlmex watches Reg. 10.95................. 7.95 5-Tlmeic ladies' watches. Rig, 12.95 9.50 SHOTGUNS l-Beretta 12 gauge ever and under double. Reg. 375.00...... 299.50 1-Franckl ne. 48 12 gauge autoload. Reg. 269.95........... 199.50 3-Remfngton 170 12 gauge wingmairer pump. Reg. 109.95 85.00 2-Coeey 840 12 gauge single shot. Reg. 36.95 24.95 2-Remington 1100 12 gauge autoload. Reg. 249.95 189.95 1-Brownlng 12 gauge over and under superposed. Reg. 455.00 395.00 1-Adanac 12 gauge over and under double. Reg. 269.95___ 189.50 1-Winchester 12 gauge 2400 autoload. Reg. 149.95 119.50 1-tthaca 12 gauge 37 pump. Reg. 124.95 89.50 1-Remlngton 12 gauge 1100 V-rib autoload. Reg. 249.95___ 189.95 1-Wincheirer 12 gauge 2200 pump. Reg. 109.95............ 79.50 l-Beretta 12 gauge A12 pump. Reg. 239.95 179.95 1-Wincheiter 12 gauge 1200 pump. Reg. 149.95 119.50 1-CIL 410 gauge tingle ihot. Reg. 36.95.................. 24.50 1-Winchester 12 gauge 1400 autoload. Reg. 149.50 1-Browning 12 gauge 3" mark S. Reg. 239.50 169.50 .22 RIFLES (RIM FIRE) 1-CIL 310 22 LR clip. Reg. 79.95 59.50 1-Browning automatic. Reg. 118.95....................... 99.95 1-Remington 525 22 LR clip, bolt. Reg. 39.95 32.95 1-Lakofield (Moitberg) bolt repeater. Reg. 39.95 32.95 1-Cooey 64 automatic Reg. 48.95 24.95 1-CIL 180 target. Reg. 81.95 69.95 1-Ruttian 22 LR target. Reg. 64.50 PELLET RIFLE l-European single shot. Reg, 19.95 15.00 BIG GAME RIFLES (CENTRE FIRE) 3-Huiqvarna 270 and 7mm' mag. Reg. 159.95.............. 129.95 1-Parker Hale with nope, 30.06. 'Keg. 229.95 159.95 1-Browning lever action .243. Reg. 149.95 119.95 1-Parker Hale 1100 .308 Normo. Reg. 169.95 119.95 t-Browning automatic 300 Wincheiter. Reg. 237.50......... 179.95 1-CIL 830 .222 Remington. Reg. 99.95 78.50 1-Savage 3400 .222 Remington. Reg. 110.95............ 89 50 1-Winchetter No. 71 30.06. Rea. 149.95 79.50 1-CIL 950C 7mm mag. Reg. 199.95 149.50 1-Browning bolt aclion 300W. Reg. 274.75................. 219.95 1-Winchester model 70 30.06 with tcope Reg. 289.50 179.95 HAND GUNS 1-22 LR high standard 'Citation'. Reg. 159.95 119.95 1-22 LR high itondord Dura-malic Reg. 87.95......... 50.00 1-22 LR armimui HW 7T. Reg. 69.9S.......'.............. 49.50 1-22 LR Tola automatic. Reg, 45.00...................... 35.00 1-38 Special Armlnus 214" barrel. Reg. 69.50..........'..'... 1-38 Special Armlmus 4" barrel! Reg. 69.50 49.50 1-357 mag Schmidt 6 that revolver. Reg. 89.95............ 75.00 1-22 LR Schmidt S shot revolver. Reg. 39.95 29.95 4-Crottman 38T pellet hand guns. Reg. 42.95.............. 29.95 RIFLE SCOPES AND BINOCULARS l-Buihnell custom 9x36. Reg. 109.50..................... 89.50 1-Buthnell cuitom 7x35. Reg. 99.50........... 79 50 1-Fliher Dletz 7x35. Reg. 39.95................ 2950 1-Taico extra wide angle 7x35. Reg. 79.95..........'. 49 95 3-Weaver K4 dual x. Reg. 63.10 45.00 2-Weaver K6 dual x. Reg. 69.45 49 50 2-lushnell scope Chief V 4x. keg. 74.50........ 40 50 1-Buihnell scope Chief IV 6x dual x. Reg. 69.50...... 49 50 12-Kurt Mueller 4x32. Reg. 29.95........ 1995 1-Redfleld wide field 4x plex. Reg. 83.95.......... 6950 HUNTING KNIVES l-Puma white hunter. Reg. 28.50 19.95 1-15" Bowie. Reg. 24.95 16.95 6-Throwlng knivei. Reg. 4.75 2.95 5-5" Hunting knivei. Reg. 6.95 4.95 1-Browning folding knife. Reg. 34.50 25.00 1-Buch knife. Reg. 32.50 22.50 l-Pump buddie. Reg. 24.95............................. 16.95 HUNTING BOOTS 2-palr insulated men's, size 10 and 12. Reg. 8.95 4.95 5-palr Insulated, men's size 7-8-10. Reg. 8.95 4.95 2-pair Browning insulated, size 8 and 714. Reg. 49.50...... 35.00 hunting thirti, pure wool, medium. Reg. 16.95 11.95 HOCKEY STICKS 84-CCM Profiyle. Reg. 3.98............................... 2.50 140-Wally North lyte. Reg. 4.75........................... 3.95 64-Sherbraok Special. Reg. 1.95.......................... 1.49 RELOADING COMPONENTS AND EQUIPMENT ib. 2.80 2.75 5.50 2.85 1.95 79.95 2.50 30c 4.00 1.29 29.95 1.75 1.95 24.00 50.00 39.00 60.00 11-.277 130 gr. bulleli, CIL. Reg. 3.70............. 10-.284 139 gr. bullets, CIL. Reg. 3.65............. 6-308 110 gr. bulleti, Winchester. Reg. 6.85....... 6-.311 150 gr. bullets, CIL. Reg- 3.80............. empty brati. Reg. 3.50.................... 2-MiC 12 gauge ihot shell reloader. Reg. 105.80 5-Winchester wadt AA 12 gauge. Reg. 3.10....... 600 Ibs. shot, size 8 to BB. Reg., Ib. 55c 12 Ibs. AL7 powder. Reg, 6.00.......................... 40-4 BP primers, CIL ihor shell. Reg. 1.65................. on magneiium pack. Reg. 39.95................. 4-CIL Vt" 12 gauge wadi. Reg. 2.35 10-Receil padi. Reg. 2.95............................... Spartan rifle preti. Reg. 35.95 eaty shot shell prett. Reg. 79.95................ Lyman Spartan turret. Reg. 65.00 All American prest, Reg. 103.95................ FISHING TACKLE open face spinning reeli. Reg. 3.50............. open face spining reed. Reg. 6.95............... closed face spinning reeli. Reg. 4.95 closed face spinning reeli. Reg. 10.95 elated face spinning reels. Reg. 7.9S 5-Cougar closed face spinning reeli. Reg. 8.95 open face spinning reel. Reg. 4.98................ 2-Dalwa 7550 open face reeli. Reg. 17.95 1-Daiwa 9600 closed face reel. Reg. 9.95 l-Giifin No. 3657 open face reel. Reg. 3.50............... 1-Mitehell 308 reel. Reg. 38.95 1-Quick Dam 550 super reel. Reg. 36.95 1-Trowel reel. Reg. 12.95 1-Level Wing catting reel. Reg. 2.29 rod, 7'. Reg. 11.95 6-Spin coiling rod, 6'. Reg. 9.98 1-Beli spin call rod. Reg. 29.95..................... 4-Fly rods 8'. Reg. 9.95 4-Mimicrl line 4 to 25 Ib. Reg. 2.25 to 3.75......... 1.39 'Silva' compasses. Reg. 17.95 2-lce angers. Reg. 24.95 FLY TYING MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT l-Thomptan deluxe viie. Reg. 11.25 9.95 1-Herters No. 11 viie. Reg. 8.95 6.50 1-Herters No. 9 vise. Reg. 8.30.......................... 6.19 1-Excel special viie. Reg. 16.50 12.50 2-Bobblni. Reg. 4.15 3.25 2-Bobblns. Reg. 2.99 1.99 6-Noll guide to fly tying booki. Reg, 4.50................. 2.95 light. Reg. 40e 29c 15-Hackle, med. Reg. S9e 45e 10-Hackle special. Reg. 3.10............................. 1.99 45-Chlnnele, all colon. Reg. 30e.......................... 19e 120-Hooks, short, medium, long. Reg. 1.20 99c 1.99 5.00 2.99 4.95 5.95 2.98 12.95 6.95 2.50 24.95 24.95 8.95 1.59 7.95 6.95 19.95 6.95 to 2.39 10.95 19.95 SKATES 4-palr boys' CCM, sizes 2 to 6. Reg. 15.75................ 11.9S 12-pair boys' CCM, sizes 3 to 9. Reg. 18.95................ 12.95 8-pair girls' CCM, 1 to 6. Reg. 17.95 13.95 GOLF EQUIPMENT l-Spalding 7-piece wt, men's left hand. Reg. 65.00......... 39.95 1-Spalding 7-pieee Pro Flite. Reg. 134.00 99.95 1-Bag Boy golf cart. Reg. 79.95 39.95 1-Travels golf cart. Reg. 29.95 19-95 TRICYCLES AND BICYCLES 2-Thiitle 16" tricycle. Reg. 24.95 U.9S 2-Thitlle 20" tricycle. Reg. 27.49 19.95 l-Thiitle 10" tricycle. Reg. 26.95........................ 19.95 6-10-ipeed men's 23" bicycle. Reg. 99.95 69.95 1-CCM Swinger 20" convertible. Reg. 46.95 39.95 1-CCM Swinger 16" convertible. Reg. 39.95 34.95 SKI EQUIPMENT l-pair men's 5 buckle boots, lize 814. Reg. 89.95 49.95 1-pair boys' lace style beets, size 3. Reg. 11.75 6.95 CAMPING EQUIPMENT l-Coleman 2 mantle lantern. Reg. 28.50 19.95 I-Coleman lantern caw. Reg. 7.10 4.95 4-Coleman 5000 BTU 511A catalytic heater. Reg. 35.95...... 29.95 421B 2 burner stove. Reg. 27.95 19.95 1-Col.man 444 2 burner stove, deluxe. Reg. 37.70......... 24.95 l-Coleman 414 3 burner stove. Reg. 45.95................. 29.95 2-Sleeping bags, down fiiled 3 rfa. Reg. 39.95.............. 24.95 1-Sleeping bag, down filled Ib. Reg. 89.95 49.95 TOOIS l-Skill 16" chain law no. 1629. Reg. 199.95 149.95 1-Skill chain taw Reg. 24.95 16.95 1-Black and Decker drill press stand. Reg. 11.50 1-Black and Decker belt sander No. 7450. Reg. 69.95....... 49.95 2-Carter stock tank beaten. Reg. 21.95 17.95 2-4B" Jack-All jacks. Reg. 22 98 17.95 Black and Docker drill. Reg. 16.95.................. 10.95 2-W" Black and Decker drill. Reg. 19.95 11.95 1-H" Logging chain 14'. Reg. 15.49 10.95 Logging chain 14'. Reg. 7.29....................... 5.95 3-Jet fire extinguisher. Reg. 9.98 6.95 MISCELLANEOUS 5-5 gal. safety gal container. Reg. 9.50 6.95 8-Chriitmai trees, Scotch pine. Reg. 24.95................. 10.95 72-rallf macrac, auorted pattemt. Reg. 69c------......... yd. 39c 8-qri. Trewax, gold Reg. 3.20..................... 2.29 10-pti. Trewax, gold label. Reg. 1.95...................... 1.45 5-gali. Trewax, gold label. Reg. 6.40 4.50 Trewax wood cleaner. Reg. 1.95 1.45 Trewax inilant wax itripper. Reg. 3.20............. 2.29 12-22-oz. Binell lhampoo. Reg. 2.39...................... 1.69 4-44-oz. Bitsell shampoo. Reg. 4.98 3.29 4-128-oz. Biuell lhampoo, Reg. 8.50 5.95 2-36 cup automatic coffee perci. Reg. 26.95............... 18.95 2-36 cup automatic dripu'.ator. Reg. 22.95 16.95 1-Weifinghouto electric blanket. Reg. 26.95 10.95 2-Hitachi vacuum cleanen. Reg. 89.95 59.95 1-Sunbeam manicurist. Reg. 10.98 4.95 2-Wahl vibrators. Reg. PAINT AND ACCESSORIES 140-qts. wooditain, 15 shadei. Reg. 3.95 2.50 110-qtt. Varnish, tatln or gloss. Reg. 4.95.................... 2.50 110-gali. clear alkyd glott floor varniih. Reg. 9.95........... 4.50 54-gali. Exterior haute paint, white, 1800 line. Reg. 12.95..... 6.50 42-galt. flat white Interior. Reg. 10.95..................... 4.95 150-gali. Miscellaneous paint. Reg. 6.95 to 10.95 2.95 to 4.95 180-14-oi. spray enamel, 14 colon. Reg. 1.98 1.39 42-Rollsn and trayt, ttandard Reg. 1.59 89c 136-link paint bruthei 1" to Reg. 69c to 3.58...... 49c to 1.98 14-Drop sheelt, 1 mil 8'xl2'. Reg. 98c..................... 79c 10-Drep sheets, 2 mil 8'xl2'. Reg. 1.75 99c 8-Drop sheett, 2 mil 10'xlS'. Reg. 2.49................... 1.49 PARSONS HARDWARE COLLEGE MALL Mayor Magrotb Drive and 20th Ave. South Phono 328-8066 ;