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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta j? THE LETHBR1D05 HERALD Thursday, Juns 4. 1770 IIS, Charged By Viet Long HUM; KONi.'l I VI'1 Tin- Viol COIIR said llult I'nitcd SUitrs "i-homk'al war- favo crimps" in Vietnam have caused hundreds of defective births inisi'arrtaiu'.s. sickened Ihousands of civilians and killed Ihousamls of domestic animals. The Viet Cong's Liberation Radio said U.S. planes new morn I Iran 40 chemical spraying raids on civilian areas ill South Royal Trust Co. Executive Heel In Wi MONTREAL 'CD The Royal Trust Company's execu- tive committee will meet in Winnipeg fur the first time in the corr.rjany's in honor of Manitoba's centennial, it was announced today. Among those attending the meeting June 11 will be Conrad F. Harrington, chairman, and Kenneth A. White, president. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324SlhSI. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M, I Vietnam during the first five months of this year. j It said that one such raid nn two hamlets in Thua Thien province made more tliajt 50 i persons seriously ill, killed 175 water buffalo and caused scv- I c-r.-il miscarriages. Radio Hanoi accused U.S., South Korean and South Viet-1 namese troops of torturing and killing more than 850 Vietnam- ese children in four incidents since Jime, DETAILS ANNOUNCED j The broadcast, which gave no explanation of why there had j i been no previous reports of the j alleged incidents made these ac- cusations: June, 1967, at Binh An, I Binh Dinh province, U.S., South j Korean and South Vietnamese troops "captured more than 100 children, herded then: into a small shelter and hurled gren- ades into it until no more pitiful cries were to be heard." December, U.S. and South Vietnamese troops ''con- centrated 469 children from Thuy Bo, Thuy Loan and Ha Nong villages, Quang Nam province, into a holding area, raped most of the girls to death, and killed the rest of the chil- dren by shooting, throwing thsm into blazing bonfires', or crush- ing them to death beneath the treads of their tanks." March, 1969, U.S. and South Vietnamese troops on a search-and-destroy mission against Son Tmh and Ilinh Son villages, Quang N'K.ii province, "penned up children, loi lured them, including tcarmr many to pieces, then put tlio-e still 'living to death." June fi, in Vinh Long province, children were cap! u r e d, lorturid stripped of all their clothinq hand and foot, left out- doors all night, and then shot dead the following morning." There was no comment from ths U.S. command in Saigon. Ducks Unlimited Appoint Mew WINNIPEG (CP) Ducks Unlimited (Canada 1 Wednes- day announced the appoint- ment of D. Stewart Morrison, 30. as its general manager. Mr. Morrison jcined the con- servation organization as assis- tant to the managing director and has been its co-ordinator since the retirement in Jan- uary of managing director Els- wood Bole. Before joining Ducks Unlimited, he was a sen- ior d e v e 1 o p ment consultant with the Manitoba department of industry and commerce. THURSDAY EVENING, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Quantities Limited We Reserve the Right to Limil Quantises Ladies' Jamaica Shorts WORLD'S SMALLEST The Arctic is the world's smallest ocean. (A) Bowed for Beauty Is Ihij smartly sryled sling. Illusion heel. Crafted in soft, imoolh leather. Bla K Sizes, B. PAIR (B) Pace Setter for Summer '701 Whita mesh closed heel pump. Illusion heel. Open mesh k cool S'A Open Daily 9 a.m. lo Thursday and 6 p.m.; Wetlnesdciy 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 'fir- College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive SAME difficult for a girl to he demure when high winds are demolishing her hairdo and ballooning her skirt, but Marie Lupo (left) still re- tains her sense of humor and chuckles at Nancy Scald and Cora tupo who are in the same beat. The girls de- cided the square at the Toronto-Dominion isn't the place to meet on a day. NEW YORK (CF> Both the for other countries New York Times and the Wall valued currencies." Street Journal praise Canada editorially for its decision to let the Canadian dollar find its own level on world exchange mar- kets. The Times terms the move "a wise one for a country troubled by both inflation and unemploy- ment" and says it should have "important educational value Howe Soimd Reopened VANCOUVER (CP1 The upper reaches of Howe Sound, closed to fishing in April be- cause of mercury pollution, re- opened for salmon fishing at midnight Wednesday, fisheries minister Jack Davis said today. However, he said closure of the area. 30 miles north of here, will continue for shellfish and gronndfish and the line be extended a further 12 miles to the tin of Anvil Island. "Salmon got a clean bill of health but worrisome mercury counts on crab, shrimps and groundfish Mill keep an extend- ed area closed to these resi- dent stocks." Mr. Davis said in a statement. The minister had ordered the closure of the top six miles of the 30 mile salt water sound after traces of mercury were found in water leaving the F. M. 0. Chemicals Ltd. plant at Squamish. at the head of the Sound. The closure affected only sports fishermen, since the en- tire Sound is out of bounds to commercial boats. Salm o n and dolly varden char are the main catches. In the latest tests the high- est mercury reading on adult salmon was .37 parts in 1.000.- nop, he said. Permissible leve! by Canadian health standards is .5 parts. Crabs near the F.M.C. plant had readings as high as II.92 parts and a low of 1.46 further south in the new closure area. The Rroundfish ran from 1 part to 1.4. The company, which is clos- ed because of the west coast towboat strike, uses mercury in production of chlorine find caus- tic soda for the milp and paper industry. Earlier, Mr. Davis said the company is faking measures to reduce the mercury content of effluent from the plant by treat- ment with sulphide, construc- tion of a new and larger set- tling pond, and installation of tanks or a re-cyclina program.. Hod Hoursfon. regional direc- tor, department of with under- It adds: "The world's finance minis- ters and central bankers, a no- toriously conservative group, would be extremely ill-advised to try to persuade the Canadi- ans to abort an experiment with so much educational value to other nations1 in terms of both domestic and international eco- nomic policy. The longer the Canadian experiment lasts, the better." The Journal says Canada is "simply being and adds: "Unlike Canada most na- tiors have been in no rush to re- turn to reality. One reason is that, in most cases, the out-of- line currencies have been over- valued, not undervalued as in the case of Canada. The fixed- rate system has helped make it almost a matter of national pride to hold currencies at their stated value.... "C a n a d a's move naturally will call attention to other cur- rencies, and speculators rr.ay decide that some of them really aren't worth as much as the na- tions say they are.... "This nation and others, in sum, have no reason to casti- gate the Canadians. What they do have is fresh reason to re- flect on themselves." GARDEN TREASURE AMMAN, Jordan (AP) A house owner, working in his garden, discovered an unknown Byzantine church from the 6th Century AD in a village near Amman, the department of an- tiquities announced here. The department said the church has a colored mosaic floor mea- suring 60 square yards and greek inscriptions. MOW...A SURE WAY TO LOSE WEIGHT...AND species of fisli in. flic area uif bo carried nitf. j ni.iiii sup- balance your intake against ex- norl of now sclmol conM.niclion The chart shows I in I ho Unitwl a answering the telephone or watching TV uses 25 calorics simply brushing your tooth or hair counts for 100... dish- washing consumes 75...dusting -furniture 150 ami bed- jmukinK is pood for 300. Be suro lo rend (his Ktirr. trav fn It six-year low last year, (lie de- partment of education and welfare renorts. Tf says md issues put Hir lo-' year olal value of before voiers failed. Out of a M.MI.IVfl.lKIO. to MID ill j Digest. 2-way stretch Nylon. White, Blue, Navy, Yellow, Lime. Sizes S.M.I. Reg. Wooico Price 4.67. NOW IADSES' BEACR BAGS Rubberized fabric with cord handle. Assorted floral designs. O u O o u O O O u _j O O Why is it that most diets fail? Some work for a short time, but after a few weeks you quit and lost weight is promptly re- gained. In n. feature article in June Reader's Digest, Dr. Grant Gwinup tells you how io reduce without chancing basic eating habits. With his finery- tirs plan, controlling wcipht is Tiuich like balancing your bank account, Depoaifs n re the fnnds ynu withdrawals arc your sctiviMrs. Hmuly rlipr.k chart, how many calorics vnn1 burn variutis arfivifies. Wi'h it and a caloric chart you rmi bond issues "'33 approved. I'ick tip yam: copy today, I III Wooleo Pharmacy Operated by Jack Ausfin Pharmacy (Alta.) Ltd. A Division of the Dominion Citrus Co. VALUE PACK CURAD Package of 100 plastic bandages. Reg. Wooleo Price 1.39. NOW PAINT AND WALLPAPER DEPT. MACTAC SELF ADHESIVE V1MYI Wide variety of patterns including woodgraini yd. package. Reg. Wooico Cld Pries 1.27. NOW FROM THE SMOKE SHOP GLASS ASH TRAYS Assorted decorative designs and colors. Variety of sizes. Reg. Wooico Price 1.37 to 3.77 Vs" n The ultimate in soft top trailers. Unsurpassed in quality and dollar value for today's camping. Limited quantities at this price. Reg. Wooico Price SAVE (2 ONLY) Complete with hardtop travel cover. Sleeps 4 adults. Reg. Wooico Price SAVE Boys7 Long SSeevo Alpaca Pullovers Wool and mohair with V neck styl- ing. Washable in cold water. All new summer colors of Baby Blue, Green Grass, Gold, Orange Mix, and more. Sizes 10 la 2D. ONLY SOCK THE CLOWN A good size punching toy. Bottom is filled with sand to weight it down. Hours of pleasure for any youngster. CAR BLANKETS Large size blankets in plaids or solids of Burgundy or Grey, idea! for picnics, tool Reg. Wooico Price 3.99. NOW REVOLVING TOOL HOLDERS Small parts holder with ball bear- ing base, A handy item for both home and shop. Reg. Wooico Price 1.99. NOW 1.43 Men's Permanent Press Boot Flares Continental waisl with side tabs for comfort and style. Plain and striped. Sizes 28 to 36. WESTOMS WAGON WHEELS A family treat. Chocolate covered cookie-bar with marshmallow fill- ing. Package 1 2. LADIES' MESH CASUAL SHOES n style Made in Italy. Loco up Straw color only. Reg; Woolca 45 Price 4.77. NOW Spectacular Savings on Suede "Bunny Darling" CASUAL Canadian made by Perfect, Grey, Brown or Green. Sizes 5 to 9. Reg. Wooko Price 3.44. NOW f; Time Special V Thursday 8 p.m. Special (ONE HOUR ONLY) Assorted Dress and Casual Shoes for the Whole Family O n Reg. Wooico Price Jo 19.99. NOW Friday a.m. Special (ONE HOUR ONIY) 400 CHEF'S SERVIETTES 13" x U .V. Reg. Price .83, NOW Saturday 10 a.m. Special (ONE HOUR ONLY) Boys' Stretch Nylon Swim Truiiks rmortmepl of dcHan? and colors. 4 lo 7. Reg. Wooico Price 1.27. NOW m O O pr, n 0 Open Daily 9 o.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to I p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. ;