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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DOG DAYS A police dog handler moves in during riot! at Gwelo, Rhodesia, and another arrest it made. Police made extensive use of dogs while trying to restore order in Monomalapa township. Blacks in this central African country hove been rioting to protest an agree- ment between the Rhodesian government and Great Britain. Bobby Hull sells cattle operation WHITEWOOD, Sask. (CP) sale attracted buyers Bobby Hull's huge cattle British Columbia to tion, in Saskatchewan and from many states Kentucky, Pennsyl- The H. and H. polled Massachusetts and Mary- ranch sold its 391 head of Sales officials estimated in November and the at to will be completed with the sale of other items in the partnership such as grain and feed. Hull, National Hockey price, was pai< by Haig Kelly of Millbrook, Ont, for the mill Vescovi 119V. star with Chicago Black price for a female was in partnership with paid by Brownel and Don Horn of of Lexington, Ky., for where Hull spent the last Supreme Spidel Lass IT. also bought her calf for The cattle sale was an ified success with a total recently-purchased ranch ume of an average of Broadview is up for at a specially-prepared Walter Horn said if a vilion at the H. and H. is not found h and his near Broadview, Sask., 94 is not found he and his east of and continue to operate it. French-Canadian operate at TORONTO (CP) "and the French don't have Canadian members of technical vocabulary." armed forces still operate at should have told Louis disadvantage and are Mr. Macdonald ally subjected to despite the federal an interview afterward, ment's official preference for Macdonald said that "until lingualism, Defence there was a limit on Donald Macdonald said number of units a French- He was speaking at recruit could join ia Centre Liberal Association's armed forces. We are now nual meeting to J. R. to expand this by the an angry critic of the of bilingual units within ment's bilingualism armed forces, but there's no Mr. Sumner, who there are still disadvan- himself as an officer in the for French recruits." nadian Air Force for years, accused Mr. of discriminating against English unilingual students at the defence department's Military College in Armed with a series of press clippings, he told Mr. role ald that be had proof it impossible for an English-Canadian speaking no French to teacher ahead in the armed MTNISTER (CP) Most Visibly angry, Mr. afternoons are a replied: "Your accusation sight for Clinton Ford completely false, and I know students. cause I am the chancellor of HMC. If any type of discrimination exists, it's against those whose mother tongue is not don't have to go to school for a two-hour period that day. But most of them show up, along with parents and "Your dippings don't look like much evidence to me. for a program in crafts and recreation instruc- large majority of Canadians support bilingualism, although there is a small minority who will oppose anything." Mr. Sumner then told Mr. Macdonald tliat a career in the armed forces today called for a thorough knowledge of program, initiated by teachers, is conducted three times a year with eight-week sessions each time. For the children, it's a fun time. For parents and interested persons, it's an opportunity to take over a teaching Cigarettes find the work brings them closer to school lile R A TIN GEN (Reuler) Hundreds of thousands of wartime cigarettes, their makes. them feel comfortable in the building where their children spend so much of their time. stamped with Nazi swastikas, have been dumped in this the activity doesn't take place at the school. Some stu- German city by a tobacconist getting riu of old stocks. A garbage dump employee who smoked some said: "They will be in the nearby Glenmore Arena taking skating or hockey instruction. Some will hoard a bus to take them to taste lessons. GIFT FOR the project was proposed, a group of parents vis- TEL AVIV (AP) every home to explain it Queen, President Nixon hear reaction. It was the President Zalman Shazar of ot the Clinton Ford School rael will receive the first Activists, not a group completed volumes of (lie signs, but parents inter- clopaedia Judniea, it was in community affairs. nounced here. The project enables teachers comprises 16 volumes and use the spare time for con- compiled by 300 editors with other teachers, to contributors. The other schools to watch new ers, Kctcr Publishing visit resource Ltd., said il is "the most to interview parents prehensive guide to the to help plan a better in- ud their program. WEAKER SEX The female giant water bug, after laying her eggs', forces the nearest male of the species to carry the eggs on his back until (ley days later. FALLOUT CAUSE China's H-bomb explosion In October, 1970, was responsible for 60 per cent of the radioac- tive fallout over Britain in the summer of 1771. MANY BIRTHS Quebec's birth rate in the last half of lha iBUi century was 63.5 births per thousand population the highest ever recorded In the white race. MORE CALLS The number of telephone calls between Japan and Communist China Increased to 660 In Sep- tember from t monthly average of 200 last year- WMlnndoy, January Jt, It71 LAND OF FOWL Canada Is the waterfowl "fac- tory" of North America, produc- ing 85 per cent of the conti- nent's ducks, most of Its geese and almost all its swans. THE LITHHIDGE HEV.ID 35 MORE VISITORS Foreigners visiting Greece from January to November, 1971, totalled nearly 2.17 million, an Increase of over the same period in 1970. CLEARANCE SAVINGS UP TO 50% SUITS Great value in suits. At their regular prices these suits are Canada's best value in clothing today. Wider lapels, nicely shaped waist beautifully tailored. All wool cloths. All sizes. Reg. I I Alterations extra SPORT GOATS A huge selection of fine sport coats and blazers. Tweeds, saxonies, worsteds many with very current details (patch pockets, pleated backs, etc.) All sizes. Reg. to SLACKS Fine wool, wool-blend and knit slacks in fancy and plain pat- terns. Tweeds, herringbones, stripes and solids in all shades. Executive, flared and belled bottoms. All sizes. Reg. to AND UP DRESS SHIRTS This season we've had a bigger and better selection of dress shirts than ever. Fancy patterns and plains in all the most popular colours. All by famous makers. All sizes. Reg. to MADE-TO-MEASURE SUITS The finest made-to-measure value anywhere. Tailored in our own factory (to save you more) from the very best cloths. Big choice of patterns and shades. Reg. Swings of up to 50% on Gloves, Sweaters, Sport Shirts, Knit Shirts, Outerwear, Ties, Socks. Of course you can charge it. Centre Village TIP TOP Alterations extra on ill clothing reduced by or greater. EG) Phone 328-8225 ;