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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UtHBRIDOt HERALD Fridoy, July 7, 1971 EATO NTS SATURDAY Shop Early For Limited Quantities! Personal Shopping Only! Introductory Offer "Rapidman" 800 Electronic Calculator Complete with Handy Vinyl Compare these features wilh colcula- Advanced L.S.I. (Large Scale Integra- tors cosfing many dollars more. Pocket lion) electronic circuitry Mechanism locked against tampering Decimal point fixed at 2 places in 8-digir display Slim, compact design in break-re- sistant polypropylene Digit and function keys recessed to help prevent errors in entry Bright L.F.D. (light emitting diode) display figures that read up to magnified for easy reading power is on, all zeros appear C key clears calculator for fresh op- eration Overflow indicator tells you when answer contains more than< 8 digils True credit balance Jack for optional AC adapter battery is automatically cut off when adapt- er is plugged in and RAP1DMAN will operate on normal house current Disposable 9-volt alkaline ballery gives up to several months cf opera- tion under normal occasional use. Carrying Case All Yours For Only 99 .95 Optional adapter leti you plug your Rapidman 800 into any 110 volt ele ctrical outlet to eanterve the battery. Special, each Slationery, Lower Floor (boltery included) 4.95 Boys' Swim Suits Token right from our regular stock. Assorted styles ond fabrics. Current summer 4 OQ 4 QQ Sizei 8 to 16. SPECIAL, each___ 1.33 1.33 Boys' Wear, Main Floor Men's Summer Slacks Plains and fancy patterns. By Don Parker and Benlley. Flora leg srylw. Permanent press. Summer shades. Sizes SPECIAt, each SPECIAL each Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Casual Jackets We're clearing out a group of summer jacketi right from our regular stock. Broken size range explains the low, low pricings. Cottoni, nylom and learners. Colours: Blues, Red ond Browns. Q QQ QQ QQ SPECIAL, each to 33.39 Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Long Sleeve Dress Shirts Discontinued patterns ond colours is the reason for I he big values. By Arrow, B.V.D., and Forsylh Two. button and French cuff styles. Permanent press. Polyester and cation blendi. Summer shades Sizes 1 to 17Vi. Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Knit Shirt Clearance Various styles and fabrics. Short sleeves. Right from our regular summer slock. Latest summer shades. Sizes: Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. A 7Q 1 0 QQ SPECIAL, each I 3 I C.33 Men's Wearr Main Floor Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Can be worn in or out. Permanent press. Dacron ond col- ton. Colours: Lilac, Blue, Yellow and Tan. Sizes: Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. QQ SPECIAL, each 3.33 Men'i Wear, Main Floor Men's Short Sleeve Knit Shirts Three styles lo chooss from. Machine washable. 100% collon with contrasting trim. Colon Fisherman Beige. Sizes: Medium, Large and Exlra Large. C QQ SPECIAL, each 3.33 Mem Wear, Main Floor Boys' Squall Jackets Nylon wilh self collar. Zipper front. Racer stripes on sleeves. Colours: Red, Yellow and Blue. Sizes: Small, Medium ond Large. QQ SPECIAL, each Boys' Wear, Mnin Floor Children's Vinyl Sandals Sturdy moulded vinyl sandals just what they want for those care-free days of summer. Moulded soles ond heels. Sizes 5 to 2. Brown only. 4 SPECIAL, pair I .33 Shoes, Main Floor Child's, Misses', Boys' Sandals Excellent for cool foot comfort during iho hot summer days. Assorted styles with rubber or composilion soles. Coloum While or Brown. Sizes 6 lo 5 colleclivcly. All salei final. n QQ SPECIAL, ser Shoes, Main Floor SPECIAL, pair Women's, Teens' Sandals Cool, comfortable summer sandnls a I low, low prices. Assorted colors and patterns with composition, leather or cork idles and heels. Sires 5 to 9 4 QQ Q QQ collectively. SPECIAL, pair ___ 1.33 to 3B33 Main Floor Women's Summer Footwear Clearance 8.99 13.99 Shooi, Main Floor Women's Shift Dresses Lovely col ton shift dresses, wash and wear. Assorted prints lo fit In wilh tho lummer scene. Sizes; Small, Medium and Large. A AQ DrestM, Main Floor Tank Tops Cotton knit and In assorted colors. Sleeveless for cool comforl. Assorted colors to choose from. Sizes: Small, Medium and Large. QQ R QQ SPECIAL, each W.33 lo O.33 Sportswear, Main Floor Women's Long Gowns Cool comfort in a long gown, Nylon Iricot wilh lace irim at 1he neck and sleeves. Ribbon belt. Short sleeves. Col- ours: Blue, Pink and Gold. Sizes: Small, Medium, O 70 Large and Outsize. SPECIAL, each O. I O Lingerie, Main Floor Women's Slips Only because they are In a broken size range are we able 1o offer them at such a saving. Nylon tricot in White and Nude thade. Regular and Tall length, sizes 34 ID 50 collectively. QQ QQ SPECIAL, each 3.33 to O.33 Lingerie, Main Floor Stretch Briefs On s lizft only. At this low, low pricing you'll want several. Assorted colours. ACkii SPECIAL, wch .......................___ if3v Lingerie, Main Focr Max Factor Body Fitness Collection Leg conditioning Kick, body cleanser, massage cream and body palm. JF QQ Cosmetics, Main Floor Max Factor Travel Stack Cleanser, night cream moisturizer [usl what you want for vacation Iravel. QQ SPECIAL, Black Cosmetics, Main Floor Costume Jewellery Boxed pin and earring sets. Attractive qifl suggestion. Rhinestone and gold and silver colouring. 0 QQ SPECIAL, each or set Jewellery, Main Floor Philips "Ladyshave" Philips "Ladyshave" special for legs and underarms. Side cutting edges and o top screen for more genlle shaving. 110 lo 220 voltage. On and off switch. Compact Travelling case. 4 p QC Jewellery, Main Floor Women's Sportswear Oddments Included in ihe group are pants, skirls, swealers, blazers and bubble blouses. Exceptional value all priced each 5.33 f0 1 4.33 Sportswear, Main Floor Oddmenfs of Bath, Hand Towels and Face Cloths An assortment of slriped, printed and geometric pallerns. Sheared cotton. Included in the groui arc hand both towels and face cloths. COti O QQ SPECIAL, each OOp to W.33 Household Linens, Second Floor Transistor Radio Portable pocket size. AM solid stale. A handy litlle Trans- istor radio to have music wherever you go. QQ SPECIAL, each 3.33 Radios, Second Floor Philips Recorder radio. Dual motor system. AC and baltery opera. tore. Automatic record level. 7A. SPECIAL, each i Radios, Second Floor Lounger With Stand Four point lounger with itand. Long-lasting duck canvas in Olivo Green colour with Whilo fringe. Comfortable hood pillow included. QQ lf.33 Sporting Goods, Lower Floor SPECIAL, each Buy Bolh For SPECIAL, each Mesh Play Pen Important feature is that the child cannot be harmed as the melal purls are assembled for ihis. Mesh is kepf away from steel legs and can be adjusted in four positions so the mesh is olwayi tight. Thick padded top rail with mesh sides. Colours: Red or Yellow. Sizes OO QQ Baby Needi, Lower Floor Viking Iron 38 steam vents. Water level indicator. Uses ordinary tap water. 1 C QD SPECIAL, each I O.3O Without spray, Each 14.98 Small Appliances, Second Floor Viking Front Load Dishwasher Three speed convertible model. 15 place settings, large cutlery rack, 5 wash cycles. Bypass fawcet adapter. Rinse and hold and plate warmer. One only, QC so be prompt. SPECIAL 333.33 Major Appliancet, Second Floor Viking Automatic Washer and Gas Dryer Large porcelain drum. Interior drum light, porcelain top, automatic drying cycle for permo press and regular drying. Washer has T6 Ib. lub. 2 cycles perma press and regular automatic load balancing. Porcelain enamel top and lub. Vi H.P. motor. One pair only! AQQ Qfl ifO3.3U Major Appliancfli, Second Floor RCA 19" Color TV Inslant picture. Accumatic lint control. 5 year piclure tube protection. Walnut grain finish cabinet. Di pole antenro. Exceptional value for a 19" color TV that will give your family so much enjoyment. A OQ Q C SPECIAL Home Entertainment, Second Floor Bicycle Baby Seat Readily fastens on to Ihe rear of bicycle. Has foot rest and strap. T QR SPECIAL, each Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Eaton's Truline Golf Cart Sturdy tubular frame. Spoked wheels. 4 QQ SPECIAL, each Sporting Goodi, Lower Floor Trailer Hitches Variety of sires to fil most cars. Q Cft SPECIAL, each 3.JU Aulomotivti, Lower Floor Golf Shoes For men and women. Limited quantity and sizes so be prompt. OQ QC SPECIAL, pair CO.3U Sporting Goods, Lower Floor 10 Speed Bicycles Yellow only. equipped and sturdy. CQ CIQ SPECIAL, each Sporting Goods, Lower Floor See-Saw Splash Wading Pool 60" round and 12" deep. Moulded poly pool. Dclachablo see-saw assembly. Brig hi multi-colour balloon decora SPECIAL, O QQ each 1C. Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Steel Wall Wading Pools Heavy duty steel corrugated wall wilh durable vinyl liner. Si7c 8' x 12' HO QQ SPECIAL, each I C.OO Size 8' x 20'. 4 QQ SPECIAL, each OC CU. SPECIAL, each 10' x 24'. SPECIAL, each......................... Sporting Goodi, Lower Floor Sewing Bench Three- only! Filled with itoraga space. 4 A QC SPECIAL, each......................... I U.33 Sowing Machinn, Lower Floor 'Shop'on your for the things you want When Eaton Acco you want Shop Tonight Until 9 and Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m. Provincial parks bulge at seams EDMONTON (CP) Tho growing use of national and provincial campsites In Alber- ta has officials worried about overuse. Tom DrLnkwater, lands and forests department parks di- rector, said today that more fa- cilities are needed "or there will be a real problem in tho next few years." His branch is responsible for the operation of 51 provincial parks, many of which turned away campers early Friday at the start of the Canada Day weekend. Doug Lyons, head of th.3 op- erations section of the Alberta Forest Service which' adminis- ters 102 campsites, says over- Paper firm shows gain in profits LONDON (CP) Reed Inter- national Ltd., which has large paper-making interests in Can- ada, achieved a substantial gain in profits during the year ended March1 31 and company chair- man Sir Don Ryder predicts a further earnings improvement in the current year. But the last financial year saw Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper, which represents Reed's pulp, newsprint and associated forms of manufacturing Can- ada, attain a pre-tax profit of ?4.05 million, 13 per cent lower than in 1970-71. These results were "poor i n Ryder conceded in liis annual report published today, but they were "much above those achieved by the Ca- nadian pulp and paper industry generally." "Over-capacity, severe com- petition and restrictions in the United States severely limited the sales and price of news- the chairman went on. TRADE IS AFFECTED "Trade in market pulps was affected in much the same man- ner while the lower world de- m a n d necessitated curtailed production with the consequent serious Increase in unit costs." Reed's over-all profit after tax for 1971-72 was million million) compared million the year before. Ryder said he welcomes (he projected entry of Britain into the European Common Market. But he suggested that the pa- per-making industry in Britain and Canada will be at a disad- vantage under the terms of British entry as compared with the position of Sweden, Finland and Austria, all members of the European Free Trade Associa- tion which are not joining the Common Market. Pope says be firm with children VATICAN CITY (Reuter) Pope Paul recommends that parents should "not fear firm- ness" in dealing with their chil- dren. The use of parental authority, particularly by the father, could help generate "personal cohe- sion" among insecure children, says a letter published here today. But the letter stresses that such autliorily should not be used as "protector of an exte- rior moral conformism or in De- fence of a social and economic j order established on doubtful motives." The Pope's views arc made known in a long letter on his behalf by the Vatican's secretary of stats. Jean Cardi- nal Villot cf France, to a' Uumuii Catholic confeioiicc on: flic family whicii Tuesday in Metz, France. use will be critical within a [en years. Both officials say controls on the numbers of people entering campsites will be the only way to prevent ihc inconvenience of being turned away and reduc- ing the possibility of severe ecological damage. A spokesman for Elk Island National Park, 30 miles east of Edmonton, snys the 50 overflow sites arc used regularly in addi- tion to the 52 regular campsites aod campers are frequently turned away. "We're g e t ting damaged pretty badly and we're thinking of cutting back the number of in-use camping the spo- kesman said. At Jasper National Park, 230 miles west of Edmonton, an of- ficial said the sites were full to overflowing last weekend. There are overflow areas set aside, avoiding the necessity to turn people nway but this is a recurring situation. "I can sec in the future where we will need to turn people, away if we don't get more de- he said adding that several camping areas in the park had already been closed to provide a study of the dam- age to vegetation through over- use. D. J. Bussard, senior district engineer for the highways de- partment which looks after 250 roadside campsites, said one of the problems is accommo- dating tourists. He said many touring camp- ers run into problems during weekends when they find the roadside sites packed with campers from the cities. Communist students 'dispersed? CANBERRA, Australia (Reu- ter) Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore said on television here Thursday that his government had "dispersed" Communist students to universi- ties in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. This had been done to break up a concentration of Commun- ist students and faculty mem- bers in Singapore, particularly at the Chinese Nanyang Univer- sity, he said. "The Communists whom we have dispersed to universities, many on scholarships in Can- ada, Australia, some even in New Zealand, have come back and they've become fairly mid- dle class and comfortable, al- though armchair he added. The interview was recorded in Singapore for the Australian Broadcasting Commission. A spokesman for Australian Prime Minister William Mc- Mahon said McMahon had been informed of Yew's remarks and his immediate reaction was one "of shock." Reliable sources said the departments of immi- gration and foreign affairs and the attorney-general's depart- ment would examine Yew's claim. About students from Singapore study in Australia every year. Yew mentioned the students in defence of his government's use of suitability certificates by which it selected applicants for higher education. Communist students had been offered scholarships to study abroad to expose them to new Ideas, and the government had succeeded in reducing Commun- ist influence at Nanyang, he said. Grants okayed for traffic safely projects OTTAWA (CP1 The Cana- dian transport commission today announced approval of granls totallinR lo help finance .in traffic safety projects at railway crossings across Canada. Projects at Mission, B.C., nnd Burlington, Ont., received the largest each. The grant lo Ihc Mission pro- ject was for construction of nn overhead bridge over Canadian Pacific Railway tracks with an additional for the reloca- tion of hydro nnd gas facilities. Also given granl-s In B.C. were Chcmalmis, and Endcrby, In Ottawa, a spokesman for the Canadian Inlernational De- v c I o p m e nl Agency, which brings students from Singapore lo Canada, usuallv for poslgrad- scid questions of I he polilical IcamiiRs cf the slu- clciits iiro ''neither asked nor nrsu'crccl." There are 54 students from Singapore studying in Canada now, Hie spokesman said, and there had been about. 200 sent here under development aid programs in the last six or seven years. The Singapore students have an "a h s o 1 u L c 1 y first-class record" in Canada, he added. "They dominale their classes." villager gels for diamond JAKARTA (rtcillcr) A poor villager who picked up n rork off ground nrnr Ills village In Smith Knlnninn- Inn 1ms sold It lor seven mil- lion runl.ilis II was a 10-carat diamond. ;