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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, June 23, 1972------ Oil ivell can be beauty spot not monsters in backyards LOS ANGELES (AP) An oil well can be a tiling of in your own of a slimy, smelly, noisy monster. Oil companies have proved it on 17 drilling sites in the City oC Los Angeles. But last week the city coun- cil approved a ban on future surface oil drilling along the Los Angeles coastline and in about three-fourths of the city's area. Residents of coastal Pacific Palisades have been waging a campaign in opposition to pro- posals of Occidental Petro- Suffidcl protest planned EDMONTON (CP) More than 700 persons are expected to attend protests against the Suffield Military Research Sta- tion July 3-2. Ecology and anti-war groups from Calgary and Edmonton were expected to form a large portion of the protesters, who will stage a rally in Medicine Hat July 1 and a procession the next day 20 miles to Suf- field where another rally will be held. The protest will centre around biological warfare re- search at the station and eco- logical damage done by mili- tary manoeuvres on the sur- rounding armed forces reserve. leum Corp. to drill in their area. Mindful of post experience with oil fields whose forests of derricks became eyesores, the city now requires that drill sites "be made compatible with tiie neighborhoods." Structures camouflaging derricks and pumps include reproductions of lighthouses, apartment buildings and of- fice structures. Occidental Petroleum Corp. was among the first to under- take an elaborate camouflag- ing project to hide a drilling site near a swank West Los Angeles neighborhood. The company spent SI million to erect what looks tike a 10-slo- rey office building. Witliin this structure oil is being pumped from 45 wells drilled on a slant to reach the greatest possible area of the oil pool below. The biggest single cluster ot operating in- side what appears to be an of- fice building towering over a neighborhood of typical me- dium-sized Southern Califor- nia homes with neatly clipped lawns. Standard Oil Co. of California says it spent mil- lion to clear the land and build the structure. People strolling along the ocean's edge at nearby Long Beach often pause lo admire what they think are tall, slen- der luxury apartments on off- shore islands. Actually the 180-foot towers, with modernistic balconies, are fakes on four tU-acrc manmade islands from which oil in pools below the ocean is pumped. They are painted in pastel colors and at night they sparkle witli lights. Leadership of ASTA questioned by trustee CALGARY (CP) The Cal- gary Separate School Board should consider leaving the Al- berta School Trustees' Associa- tion, board member Gerry Termsette said here. The criticism follows a spe- cial general meeting of the as- sociation last week which had been called by President Har- ald Guilders on, a m e m b e r of the Calgary Public Board. Mr. Termsette said he "ques- tioned the whole leadership of the ASTA, including that of president Harald Gmiderson" at a recent directors meeting. "If the leadership doesn't change in any dynamic way, we would be wise to withdraw." HEATH TOLL RISES TEL AVIV (AP) An Israe- li wounded in the May SO Tel Aviv airport massacre died here raising the death toll to 27. The dead man was identified as Isador Stern. Fifteen wound- ed still are in hospital, but all are described as out of danger. CENTRE VILLAGE SATURDAY SPECIALS Weston's Wagon Wheels BOX of 12. SAVE for CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Nabob Fruit Juice Crystals SAIE 3 1 .00 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Nabob Jelly Powders SALE 12 1.00 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Javex 128 01. SALE............... each CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Oranges California Ncwals 88's SAIE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 10 California Peaches Canada No. 1 SALE.............. per Ib. CENTRE VIUAGE IGA Corkettes Red, White, Navy. SAIE 5.77 BATA SHOES WOMEN'S Cork Dress Sandals Reg. am tafmm SAIE.................O.77 BATA SHOES Hostess Potato Chips 3 1.00 Reg. 59c SALE for MACLEODS POLYESTER Crimpknif Material Reg. per yd. M SALE yd. MACLEODS Children's Sunglasses Rsg. 49c SALE MACLEODS 37" Girls' Standard Bicycles 49 95 Reg. SALE MACLEODS Beef Front Quarters; Red or Blue; cur, wrap- ped Frozen PHPBtf( SAIE Ib. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Empire Bacon 1 Ib. Package SALE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Pan Buns SALE CENTRE VIUAGE IGA Wig Service Comb-out. Reg. MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Formosa Wood Salad Sets 7 Piece Value to '-2.99 MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Hooded Bar-B-Ques Reg. SAIE MACLEODS 14.88 Children's Fishing Sets Reg. S4.77 SALE MACLEODS 3.77 ALUMINUM Camping Cookware Set 13 Piece Reg. MACLEODS Old Pal Fishing Boxes Reg. SALE..... MACUODS 4.59 30-30 Winchester Commemoratives. Reg. SALE MACLEODS The Mall Thai Has It All 13th Street and 2nd Avenue North PLANS PROTEST Cor- don Mutch, organizer of an Australian group protesting ttie French nuclear tcsls in lite South Pacific, says he plans lo lend a group of para- ctnilisls into international waters near the site in an ef- fort to stop Ihe tcsls. Mao, Bunker ownbook of sayings HOLLYWOOD CAP) What do Chairman Mao and Archie Bunker have in com- mon? Each lias liis own lillle book of soyinEs. Mao's book is rod. Archie's is red, white and blue. Mao's thoughts are revolu- tionary. Archie's are no less inflammatory but much fun- nier. The Wit and Wisdom of Ar- cliie Bunker, newly published in a paperback by Popular Li- brary, is a compilation of Ar- cliie's outrageous remarks from CBS's All in the Family. The man who gave cur- rency to "dingbat" and "meatiiead" speaks out on sex, race, politics, women's lib and many other subjects. RECORDS EXCHANGES Much of the book records exchanges b e t w e e n Archie and other members of the cast. Here are a lew short ex- amples: you're gonna have your change ot lite, have it right now! You got exactly 30 seconds I'll tell you one thing about Richard Nixon. He keeps Pat home. Which was where Roosevelt should have kept Eleanor. Instead he let her run around loose till Rogers to visit eastern Europe WASHINTON (Router) State Secretary William Rogers will leave Saturday on a trip to eight countries, including three Communist nations in East Eu- rope, on behalf of President Nixon, the Wliite House has an- nounced. The East European countries are Hungary, Romania, and Yugoslavia. Rogers also will visit Greece, Indonesia, Kumait and Bahrain and al'end meetings in Australia with United States Pacific al- lies. Presidential press secretary Ronald Ziegler said the trip to the three Communist countries is to discuss improving bilater- al relations and prospects for improvements in co-operation and security in Europe. MEMENTOS SOLD NEW YORK (Renter) A sale of barber shop memorabi- lia, including bleeding cups and Inca tweezers dated AD, brought at a divi- sion of Sotheby's, Parke-Barnet auction galleries. one day she discovered the colored. We never knew they was there. She told them they was gellin' the short end of the slick and we been trouble ever since." In some cases Archie's humor comes through nioro clearly than on the show be- cause you can see in print his misuse of words. For In- stance: "You're taking it out of contest." "Its just a pigment of your imagination." "This political percussion is over as of here and now." "Smells like a house of ill refute, if you ask me." PAINTINGS GUARDED MADRID (Renter) Police have mounted guard on an ex- hibition cf paintings dedicated to the artist Pablo Picasso after anonymous callers threatened to damage the works. SIMPSONS-SEARS Invites you to join Mattel's Barbie Birthday Contest Celebration Barbie's having a birthday and we're celebrating with a special contest. Send Barbie a birthday card plus proof of purchase from any Barbie costume and you get a chance to win one of 1005 prizes. See details in our Toy Dept. Put-ons and Pets A total fashion look that's fresh, alive, today! Fluffy animal friends con be pret- tily posed. Mutti-piece outfits feature Fa- shion Originals' high quality and style. Designed especially for Barbie, Steffre, P. J. Christie and Julia dolls. Malibu P.J. Malibu Ken 2.79 2.79 The newest of THE SUN SET personalities She's sparkle ond shine In her super knit suill tike the rest of Ihe kids, she has bend- able legs, o twist 'n turn woist, golden Ian, long blonde hair you can nomb! 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