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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -32 THE LITHMIDOI HERALD Wednesday, July 11, 1973 Zellers) SUMMER ARGAIN MERCHANDISE ON SAIE THURS., FRI., SAT., JULY 12, 13 and 14 LIMITED QUANTITIES MEN'S POLYESTER CREPE SHIRT 4.44 MEN'S TERRY KNIT SHIRTS Sizes S-M-L SPECIAL 1 MEN'S 100% NYLON Sizes S-M-L SPECIAL KNIT TOPS 1. MEN'S LONG SLEEVE COHON SHIRTS SPECIAL BOYS' NYLON JACKET SPECIAL 3.96 BOYS' LONG SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS Sizes S-M-L. SPECIAL .96 SPECIAL BOYS' KNIT TOPS sizes S-M-L.XL 1.49 for BOYS' DRESS OR CASUAL PANTS Broken Sizes. Reg. 96. SPECIA' MEN'S POLYESTER WALK SHORTS Sizes 32 to 42. 9 99 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Sizes S-M-L. SPECIAL MEN'S GOLF JACKET SPECIAL 4.96 MEN'S CARTOON KNIT SHIRTS Sizes S-M-L. SPECIAL 4.44 BOYS' UNDERWEAR White only. SPECIAL 4 BOYS' SWIM SUITS Assorted Styles. Reg. SPECIAL Tl ICC YOUTHS' POSTURE GUARD RUNNERS Sizes 11-13. SPECIAL PAIR 1.96 MEN'S AND BOYS' RUNNERS Broken sizes. SPECIAL, PAIR .94 LADIES' SANDALS Sizes 5 to 9. SPECIAL GIRLS' SANDALS Sizes 11 to 3. SPECIAL ____ MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Sizes 17'A- 18. SPECIAL MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE NYLON SHIRTS SPECIAL 1. WOODY WOODPECKER WATCHES Reg. SPECIAL 7.00 ALLEGRO ALARM CLOCKS .77 SPECIAL ASSORTED LADIES' HANDBAGS SPECIAL 2. ASSORTED SUNGLASSES Prke FLUSH-A-BYES Toddlers 60 per pack. SPECIAL 1.97 INFANTS' T-SHIRTS Sins 12 to 24 months- SPECIAL 87 YOUNG MEN'S LOW-RISE FLARES Sizes 28 to 36. SPECIAL .96 LADIES' TANK TOPS Sizes S-M-L Nylon stretch. SPECIAL 1.47 MEN'S DRESS AND CASUAL PANTS Price MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SHIRT and TIE SET SPECIAL CHILDREN'S SUMMER Pyjamas and Nightgowns 1.! Sizes 4 to 6x. SPECIAL ____ ONE RACK Children's Clothing BOYS' 2-PIECE STRETCH PANT SETS Sizes 2 to 6x. SPECIAL GIRLS' BOMBER JACKETS .94 Sizes 7 to 14. SPECIAL ____ WOMEN'S BODY SUITS 1. Sizes 38 to 42. SPECIAL ARRORTEO BODY SUITS Sizes S-M-L SPECIAL 1.87 INFANTS' TERRY SUN SUITS Sizes 12 to 24 months. SPECIAL SPECIAL LADIES' COTTON SHIFTS .33 MEN'S SANDALS Sizes 7 to 12 SPECIAL 4.44 LADIES' SANDALS Sizes 5 to 9. Reg. SPECIAL FATHER OF SLAIN GIRL: We will spare nothing to see justice done' BOCKW000, Ont. (CP) The only compensation Oscar Drijber wants for the shooting death of his 19-year-old daugh- ter in Africa "is that the truth comes out and justice is done." But, says the retired school teacher from the southwestern Ontario town, the Canadian gov- ernment is reluctant to seek justice: because of its political involvement with Zambia. Marjan Drijber and her close friend Christine Sinclair of Guelph, Ont., shot by Zambian troops as they exam- ined the rocky gorge of the Zambezi River May 15. The river forms the border at this point between Zambia and Rho- desia. "Canada has sent 932 million to Zambia already this year in grants and interest-free loans for new transportation routes and other technical develop- Mr. Drijber said in an interview in this community 12 miles northeast of Guelph. "Forty advisers and teachers are there. Also, CNR executives are running the vital Zambian railway line. Ottawa wants to retain these ties. We contacted more than 90 witnesses to the shooting; if the government wanted to, it would have no trouble doing the same thing." PERSONAL MISSION Mr. Drijber, 59, and his wife, Sytske, have recently returned from six weeks in Rhodesia, Zambia and South Africa "to find out the truth" in the in- cident in which an American also was wounded. "Zambian troops fired off and en at them and at the two American tourists with them for more than four Mr. Drijber said. "They tried to kill all four of They wanted it to appear the Rhodesians had done it; they wanted to embarrass Rho- desia in the eyes of the world." In a statement later, the Zambian government of Ken- neth Kaunda said a sentry, fearing the tourists were sabo- teurs, opened fire when he saw four persons swimming on what he believed was "a mission to" attack" a power station. The Rhodesian government called the explanation "so transparently fatuous as to be quite unacceptable." "I saw Kaunda June said Mr. Drijber. "He gave me not one word of what happened at the gorge, only apologized for what he called 'the unfortunate incident' and mentioned the background of tension along the Rhodesia-Zambian border." "Zambian soldiers deliber- ately killed my daughter. I want that government dragged via the United Nations into the international court in the Hague and exposed. We'll need an in- ternational lawyer. I'm pre- pared to spare nothing for this. We'll sell HK house if need be." Mr. Drijber has just written to External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, currently at- tending a Helsinki conference, requesting an interview at which he can produce docu- ments and photographs. He has sznt copies of the letter to Prime Minister Trudeau and to Progressive Conservative Lead- er Robert Stanfield and David Lewis, leader of the New Demo- cratic Party. government has shown none of the concern of Cana- dians said Mr. Drij- ber. "The response from peiple has been ers, letters, phone calls. Many of them want an explanation for all the money that Ottawa sends to Zambia. They are baf- fled by this." He recalled the day he learned of his daughter's death he received a telegram of con- dolence from Mr. Sharp. "The wire contained words I was to recall many tunas. 'Be assured that officials in my de- partment in Ottawa and abroad will give you all possible assist- ance." It hardly worked out mat: way." Said his wife: "We will continue to fight un- til the Canadian government ac- cepts its responsibility and does what what's expected of any government when one of its citi- zens is in trouble overseas." MISSES' ONE SIZE NYLON STRETCH BRIEFS SPECIAL MEN'S FORTREL KNIT SHIRTS Sizes S-M-l-XL. SPECIAL..... MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT PANTS Sizes 28 to 36. SPECIAL 13. MEN'S DENIM BAGGIES Sizes 28 to 36. SPECIAL 4. MEN'S PLAID BAGGIES Sizes 28 to 36. SPECIAL YOUNG MEN'S BAGGIES Rib cotton. Sizes 28-36. SPECIAL INFANTS' SLIMS Sizes 12 to 24 months. SPECIAL 1.97 YOUNG MEN'S PLAID DRESS PANTS 12. Sites to 36. SPECIAL ____ s Counlty Fair' Located in Teller's Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 First time ever in Lethbridge! 3 days only! Akai Stereo Show Everything new in stereo and 4-channel! Akar representa- tives in attendance to answer all your stereo questions. See the new 1974 models! Experience 4 chan- nel quadraphonic sound! See the entire line of Akai stereo and -4-channel models. Examine the exclu- sive lifetime "GX" AKAI tape recorder heads guaran- teed for your life- time] Pick up free stereo brochures! Free Enter our envelope draw! With any purchase you arc entitled to choose and open a sealed envelope Containing your special 1 discount percentage! I Save 10, 20, 30 or 50% on anything! FUN! FREE! 3 DAYS ONLY JULY REE! ACME TELEVISION LTD. COUEGE MAIL PHONE 3284316 ;