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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THJ LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 16, 1972 Jl ARRESTED SUSPECTS Bernard Brau. 26, lelt, and Braille Mohnliaupl, 24, accused members of a political terrorist gang, were arrested in West Berlin Friday. They were the fiflh and sixtli members of the so-called Baader- Minliof gang lo be taken in the posl eight days.______ Benson reports on new role SIMPSONS- LOOK WHAT 9' WILL BUY OTTAWA Benson, who parted with finance to he- come our Warlord ExtraorcH- nrrv, has now given the House of Commons n written report on Hie dynamic new role of our forces' in the blitz against pollu- tion north of '50. Ever since the defence mis- sions were revamped by the Trudeau government to bring them into line with the six themes of Mitchell Sharp's White Paper on foreign policy, it lias been understood ihat we are on to something big in the North. Exactly what il is has been none to clear from the enigmatic hints of ministers (who may have been reluctant to alert the enemy) but it has certainly inspired them with en- thusiasm while arousing a sense of expectation in the public. It that is altogether appropriate Mr. Benson, answering Paul Yen-chirk, should have been able to bring us compre- hensive and up-to-date intelli- gence on the struggle at ihe very time when Jack Davis was going all out at the Stockholm conference to spark a new sense of urgency about threats to our human environment. The minister began by saying that the department of national defence has heen actively en- gaged for several years in an anti-pollution campaign in the Arctic. Our servicemen have not fought alone but have en- gaged in combined operations with other federal departments having jurisdiction in the area. This is splendid. The enemy may change but Ihe old lighting spirit still burns in DND. What about the actual engagements? The main problem has been Identified as Litter and debris. (This is what they have been particular refer- ence to oil Northern Affairs for at least ten years hut it was perhaps considered risky to base operations on the unsolicited advice of civilians.) In 1970 the forces went into action. Air support was prov- ided to Northern Affairs for the reconnaissance of four aban- doned DEW line sites. In former times it would have been prov- ided by the department of trans- port; anyone can appreciate the magnitude of the change. Mr. Benson docs not claim that any debris was actually dealt with or oil drums picked up on the initial mission. Impul- sive action s to be avoded; the drums might ha booby-trapped. But the importance of recon- naissance and identification is not to be underestimated and the high command now has the sure information that the sites and the debris are where they I used to be. In 1971 <-ctton was intensified. Wi'Ji excitement mounting in DND, reconnaissance v.-os ex- tended to 12 additional silcs. Again Mr. Benson makes no claims about actual clearance. Many a campaign loo hastily i mounted has ended in military] disaster. Reconnaissance of the re- I niaining five sites on Baffin Is-1 land is to be carried out this summer. Already, however, we are moving into Phase Two. There i is to be a clean-up of Stokes Point, Yukon Territory in July of Ihe present year. It is to be another adventure in combined ops with Northern Affairs and will serve as a pilot project to determine financial and man- power requirements in these anti-pollution thrusts. Meanwhile at Canadian Forces Station Alert a work party and drum crusher will go into action. The decision has also been taken to bury some solid waste. In all it promises to be an exciting year with the depart- ment of the environment in- volved too in a reconnaissance of active DEW line sites. Whether DND will stretch its resources to help with this, Air. Benson does not say. There is much to be said lor squashing oil drums; certainly it should be good for the morale of the services since they have now been building up to it for at least two years. While the Arctic has been re- sounding to all this reconnaiss- ance, however, there have been Benson's depart- a few weeks ago 1 problems of a like character but of considerably greater urgency in the south which have not en- gaged Mr. ment. Only afflicted citizens of Toronto were complaining, not without some bitterness, that mountains of uncollected garbage in their parks were adversely affecting their quality of life and harmo- nious natural environment. In Montreal, at the moment, there i is the added complication of i bombs in garbage trucks which ought to make situation to change pri es even more fascinating for Mr. Benson's eager pollution fight- ers. There must be an explanation for the apparent indifference of our various these threats flank. (The militia is, however, to organize some students to meet perhaps less urgent litter threats.) No doubt the prospec- tive move lo the new Ottawa commanders to on the southern Pentagon is a distracting ele- ment, making life a harrowing succession of conference after TijfSTIS slaff conference. There may p.nifj.o he reluctance to interfere with unions in the move-or-iess peaceful enjoyment of anti-so- cial activities or inactivities. But the basic problem is prob- ably of a different order. The thin green line, which has been getting thinner, cannof he OTTAWA (CP) OUo Lsng, i tli'eichcd lo Ihe mstrcnolitan minister responsible for tiic O-! areas of southern Cpnr.da. Let CUP OF TEA. In our coffee sliop....... FISHING WEIGHTS. Regular 45c............... JENSEN WEIGHTS. Regular 30c................ DIAPER PINS. Package of 4. Rag. 29c...... 14-2 N.V.O 7 WIRE. C.S.A. approved. Reg. lie fl. HIIROY EXERCISE BOOKS. Ruled..... HllP.OY LOOSE BOOK. Regular 19c ecuh......... HILROY SCRIBBLER. Regular 15c Cecil.......... BICYCLE REFLECTORS. P.caular 19c ecic-'.......... GIWSE CARTRIDGE. Regular 39c.............. SIMPSONS.SEARS PANTYHOSE. Sizes S-M-L-XL. F-eg. SANDAL FOOT PANTYHOSE. One size. Reg. BIKINI PANTYHOSE. One size. Reg. 51-50.......... OPAQUE PANTYHOSE. One size. Reg. ONE SIZE NYLONS. Regular 39c eucli............. NYLON KNEE HIGHS, One size. Reg. 49c parr........ JUNIOR MISS PANTYHOSE. Regular pair............ DOLL CASES. 14 only. Reg. HEAVYWEIGHT TOYS. Regular BOc each............ HEAVYWEIGHT TOYS. Regular TEACH-A-TiME CLOCK. 6 only. Regular FSYCHO-9 20 only. Reg. 99c........... BIDDING OUT PLANTS, Regular 2 for BEe........... LAUlcS' LACC TRIMMED BRIEFS. Assorted colors and sizes LADIES' BAN-LON UNDtRV.'tAR. COTTON BANDEAU BRA. 31 only. Reg. COTTON WONDER BKA. 25 only. Reg. SUPi'ORT TetN BRA. 16 only. Reg. SLIGHTLY PADDED TEEN BRA. 5 only. Reg. SHEER NYLON WONDER BRA. 18 only. Reg. JU JUBES. Regular 59c Ib............. HERSHEY CHOCOLATE BARS. Regular 39c each............ PEPSI CAN LIGHTERS. Reg. IRON CORD HOLDER. Regular SEARS LAUNDRY DETERGENT. 3 Ib. size. Reg. WICKER BASKETS Regular CERAMIC MUGS. Asst. colors. Reg. 4 for RUBBERMAID DUST PANS. Regular JELLY MOULDS. Set of 6. Reg. FONDUE FORKS. Set of 6. Reg. NYLON ONE HAND BEATER. Regular TURKEY LIFTER. Regular 16 OZ. BEVERAGE GLASS. Smoke color. Reg. 33c...... CUP AND SAUCER. Bone chino. Reg. SI .29...... WICKER PLATE HOIDES. Set of 4.................. 90 80 80 80 .80 80 .80 .S0 VINYL CASSETTE WALLET. Holds 6 cassettes. 12 only..... HOT COFFEE. In our coffee shop........... RUBBER PANTS. Package of 6. Reg. 89c....... EAGLE NORTHRITE PENS. Fine cr medium 12" PLASTIC F.ULER. Regular 15c................. 6" PLASTIC RULER. Regular 1 5c................. GIRLS' COTTON Dr.EESTS. Limited COTTON SHEiM THREAD. ICO yc's. l.rmlt 3 pe- customer. 3.5 OZ. HALO L'miT 1 per curlomer. P.eg. 79c. RCGULAII CUEST TOOTHPASTE 50 only. Reg. 90 90 80 .90 80 .90 .80 .80 NYLON COMB ASSORTMENT. 100 only. Limit 1 per customer. PACKAGE OF 100 HAIR PINS. Limit 1 psr customer. Rtg. 49c. CAN OPJNER. Handy for outdoors or ifi..... rV.INI DINKY TOYS. 20 only. Reg. 69c............ STICK-EM CAPS. Regdar 10c each............ WAIT DISNEY PUZZLE. 22 only. Ren. CO'.Cr.ING ASSORTMENT. 20 only. Peg. 25c.......... ROLL CAPS. Rrs-jlar TCG'L MAN. Reg. 90c.................. LOOK WT 99' WILL BUY 930 980 SS0 930 3 ,or- 3 8530 990 S30 SS0 9B0 HS0 2 ,D, 890 2 ,o, 930 S90 330 BS0 990 330 980 830 6 fo, S30 9S0 2 ,cr 990 CHINESE WOK PAN. Regular COVERED CEP.AMIC SOUP DISH. handle. Teg. 2 for AUTO COOL CUSHIONS. Regular SI.9E.................. VINYL CAR FLOOR MATS. Regular STATIC STRAPS. Regular CLAIBOL PICTURE PERFECT. 6 oz. Regular 4 OZ. CLAIROL SHAMPOO. Limit 2 per customer. Reg. 88c. BALSAM PLUS HERBAL SHAMPOO. Limit 3 par customer. Reg. 49c. SAFE TRIP DEODORANT PADS. 16 only. Reg. NAIL CLEANER PADS. 13 only. Reg. CEL SUDS FOR TRAVEL. 11 only. Reg. NYLON HAIR BRUSHES. Glow Brond.................. 1 OZ. BAN DEODORANT. Roil-on. Limit 2 per customer. GIANT SIZE CSEST TOOTHPASTE. 100 only. Limit 2 per customer. DISCONTINUED CCiMETICS AND COLOGNES............... BRUT SNI.TE8S. Ren. 3 OZ. SCORE NATURAL. 36 only. Limit 2 per customer. OLD SPICE DEODORANT STICK. Lime or rcgulor. Reg. SUNGLASSES. Regular 4 PLY, 2 OZ. SAYELLE. All colors.................. UNWRAPPED PKENTEX. All colors.................... 17 FT. REYVEB KIT. For lasvn chairs.............. 2-PIECE RECOVER KIT. For lawn choirs. D2APERY REMNANTS. Yard IMPERFECT BATH TOWELS. Assorted colors............... CHIP FOAM PILLOWS. cotton cover............ COSTUME RINGS. Regular COSTUME RINGS. Regular NAUTICAL BROOCHES. Regular NAUTICAL EARRINGS. Regular S2.00 NAUTICAL NECKLACES. Regular NAUTICAL NECKLACES. Regular NAUTICAL EARRINGS. Regular pair............ COSTUME BROOCHES. Regular each........... (or 830 S80 890 880 S90 990 2 ,or 890 3 for 980 2for9S0 2 fo, 890 90 90 90 80 r90 .90 .10 S90 830 390 830 880 830 890 1- foi 2fo, 990 930 880 980 830 2 ,o SS0 980 S90 2 ,or bS0 890 890 S90 990 990 880 380 2 380 990 2 for 890 930 COSTUME EAlv iNGS. Regular pair........................... GIRLS' SKIRTS. Asst. styles and co'ors....................... GIRLS' COTTON PYJAMAS. Some 3-piecc................................ GIRLS' BELTS. Gcod selection............................... GIRLS' SKIRTS AND T-SHIRTS. Asst. styles ond colors........................ C-60 CASSETTES. Regular CASSETTE HEADCLEANEHS. Regular DOOR MAT ASSORTMENT. Assorted colors. GIRL TALK BINDER ENSEMBLE. Regular ANIMAL STYLE STAPLERS. P.egular x PHOTO ALBUM. Holds 96 prints. Reg. HOLES WECWAY PHOTO ALBUM. For 3Vj x 5" or x 314" prints. Reg. POCKET PHOTO ALBUMS. For x i" o, x 3Vi" prints. Reg, BOYS' Bi.ltFS. Sizes M or L. Blue, yellow, green.............. BOYS' T-SHIRTS. Sizes M, L. Blue, yellow, green........'. JOHNSONS' BABY LOTION. 9 QQrf Regular fcfo, IN.ANTS' BATH TOWEL SET. Hooded. Regular x 50' GARDEN HOSE. Regular HEAVY DUTY GARBAGE BAGS. Reg. 69c......................... PISTOL NOZZLE. Regular WJf RING SPRINKLER, Regular GRASS SHEARS. Regular SCARF ASSORTMENT. Rectangular or squares............ QUILTED HEAD SCARVES. Assl. colors. Reg. STRAW SHOPPING BAGS. Small. Regular LADIES' PANTYHOSE. Sires S.M.L.XL.................... KNEE HIGHS. Assorted colors and sizes.......... LADIES' ANKLE SOCKS. Sizes M 1. Asst. colors............ LADIES' AND GIRLS' LEOTARDS. Asit. colors and sizes............ PLAYTIME SCRAP BOOK. Regular 39c..................... IEN THOMPSON HOOKS. O Q'Qfi< No. 1. Regular 65c.................. FJORD FLAT FISH HOOKS. 9 60 rf Regular 75c.......................... CLOTHSS BRUSH. CSfli Regular PLUMBING AND HEATING HANDBOOK. Regular HOT ROAST BEEF SANDWICH. With 15c ond scoop ol ice cveam...... 890 890 890 330 8-30 380 BS0 2 980 SS0 3S0 LOOK WHAT 1.99 WILL BUY natlian v.l'eat lio.ivtl, s-dd yesterday there are no nlans. at this stage, to change initial grain prices for the new crop year. ALT Cleave Biggar) prefaced a question to Mr. Lang in Hie Commons with a reference lo conlinupl declin- ing prkws nnc! the "disastrous effect" on farmers. Mr. I-ang said tie rejected this. Levels of prices had re- mained fairly constant on most varieties, and there were no plans now (o make changes in the new initial prices. The minister also appeared to disagree with Stanley Korchin- ski who said there seems to be some discrim- ination against former suppliers of country elevators, now taken over by the pool elevators Mr. I.ang said there has been a thorough discussion between the wheat board and the eleva- tors and there is a satisfactory agreement that every producer will have an opportunity to de liver. Mr. Korchinski suggested thai elevator agents list their avail able space every day. omeone else carry recon- naissance of the garhage dumps vith a view to future pilot p-o- ecls and task force inquiries. H is the North and our new roles up Ihere that stir the pub- ic imagination. From a recruil- ng standpoint, garhage presum- ably has limited appeal. Oil drum atcly bashing sounds belter; whether the impact of m oder- it will appeals based on traditional role.s it is obviously too soon to say. For the moment we have the assur- ance of the minister that the forces are actively engaged and we can only wait in breathless anticipation as P-Day ap- proaches am! they close for the final assault on Stokes Point, Y.T. MOD MAYOR WESTONAIIIA, South Africa (AP) Mayor P. M. Jouhert has been told by conservatives to tone down his mod garb and clip his long hair because Ihcy think it is bringing bad publicity lo this mining town. Joubert said he was asked to give up his quest for re-election or be "chucked out." TUEING CUTTERS. 14 only. F.eg. LADIES' MULE SLIPPERS. S-M-t-XL................... LADIES' style crd size range........... LACKS' COILAH AND CUFF SET. Reg. LADIES' SHIRTS AND KNIT TOPS. Assl. colors and sizes.............. LADIES' LENGTH GLOVES. Block. Sizes 6-7-8................... STRAW SHOPPING BAGS. Lorge. Reg. VELVET LATEX PAINT. Quart size. Reg. OIL BASE SEMI GLOSS. Quart size. Reg. PRUNING SHEARS. Regular 25' SOAKER HOSE. Regular GARDEN RAKE. Regular DANDELION RAKE. Regular S3.29. LITTLE BOYS' CABANA SETS. Regular LITTLE GIRLS' SUN DRESSES. Regular LADIES' BULLET BELTS. Regular GIRLS' SLIM, TOP SETS. Striped top. plain slims............... 1.99 1.S9 1.99 1.39 1.39 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.39 1.99 1.99 1.B9 1.39 1.33 1.33 1.99 GIRLS, SWEATERS. Broken size range...................... OWLS' SLEEVELESS DRESSES. Si JAIL sizes rnd 3-H-CJ RECOVER KiT. I-cr chairs. DECORATOR CUSHIONS. Regular lo TiJAVERSE ROD. 28" lo IMPERFECT BATH TOWELS. Assorted colors......................... BEACH TOWELS. Assorted colors......................... MEM'S MANICURE SETS. In leather ccse. Reg. 14 OZ NOXZEMA CREAM. Regular 4.3 OZ. L'OREAL SHAMPOO. Regular 4.3 OZ. L'OREAl SETTING LOTION. Regular KEYSTONE HAIR BRUSHES. Limit 1 per customer. Reg. 53.98 and STEERING WHEEL COVERS. Regular TURTLE SUPER-HARD WAX. Regular STAINLESS STEEL TRAP. For everyday use...................... COASTERS IN STAND. Sel of 8............................. SPINNING WHEEL PLANTER. Red or green.......................... 1.93 t.93 1.93 1.99 1.39 t.99 1.99 1.33 1.33 1.93 1.93 1.93 1.33 1.33 1.99 WOODEN SALT AND PcPPER MILL. Red or purple CEiiAft'.IC WINE DECANTER. l.lx.v'iCL-A.. icl c: i. 7 LAC-US' liVLCJN B A. Colored, tegular NYLON PUSK-UP BtA. Regular LADIES' SHIFT DRESSES. Sizes S-M-l LADIES' NON-CLING HALF SLIPS. Sizes S-M-L. Fcam oniy LADIES' VcSTS. 100% spun nylon. S-M'L DINKY TOYS. uailNrJEi! Regular BOtS' PANT ASSORTMENT. Sizes 12-16 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS. Sizes 10.16 BOYS' CELTS. Sizes 77 to CO LADIES' BLOUSES. LADIES' SKIRTS. Variety of colors and si LADIES' SWEATERS. Asst. colors and sizes MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS. Short sleeves MEN'S TIES. Large assortment 1.89 1.99 1.S9 1.99 ,.99 1.39 1.39 1.99 1.39 1.99 1.39 1.93 1.33 1.39 QUALITY COSTS ISO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centra Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;