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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LErllDRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Juno 25, 1970 BRIDGE RESCUE Rescuers are hoisted to reach one of several workers trapped hanging from the Maine-New Hampshire inter-stale high level auto bridge at Kittery, Maine. Four workers were killed in the accident. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 Leads Delegation OTTAWA (CP) J. C. Me- Isaac, Saskatchewan education minister, will lead Canada's del- egation to the International Con- ference on Education in Geneva next month, the external affairs department announced today. HOW THE IDS ANGELES POLICE FRAMED T. C. DOUGLAS' DAUGHTER, if you don't believe Innocent people can be framed by the police, be sure to read what happened to Shirley Sutherland in Los Angeles. Mrs. Sutherland, daughter of Canadian NDP leader T. C. Douglas, was helping Ihe Black Panthers in their breakfasf-for-children program when she found herself charged with illegal possession of live hand grenades. What brought on this accusation? And who turned out fo bs the real criminals? IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Arabs Draw Up Secret Plan CAIRO (Reuters 1 headers of seven Arab countries drew up a secret plan for Arab action against Israel during two days of talks in Tripoli, Libya, usual- ly-informed sources said in this Egyptian capital. They ended their talks Tues- day convinced that war is the solution for the liberation of ter- ntoiv occupied by Israel during the Middle East war in June, 1967. the sources said. The seven-nation joint plan would be subject to immediate implementation after a techni- cal committee met wiUiin a few days at a secret site. The joint plan is reported to be aimed at consolidating and co-oi'dinating action among the eastern front countries of Iraq, Syria, and Jordan and modifica- tions and additions introduced by Iraq and Algeria. The plan was endorsed by President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, President Ahmed Has- san El-Bakr of Iraq, Ilcad-of- State Nureddin Al-Atassi of Syria. King Hussein of Jordan, Col. Muammer Gaddafi of Libya and representatives of Al- geria and Sudan. Malik Blames Peking, Hanoi JAKARTA (AP) Foreign Minister Adam Malik of Indone- sia said today the prospects of holding an international confer- ence on Indochina this year are dim and blamed China and North Vietnam. "An international conference as desired by the Jakarta meet- ing is a long way he told reporters. "The key lies with Peking and Hanoi. As long as they do not want it the confer- ence cannot be held." Malik said the three-nation mission established by the Jak- arta conference on Cambodia in May so far has not met Com- munist Chinese and North Viet- n a m e s e Paris. representatives in Cambodians In Bombing Kims WASHINGTON (AP) The defence department acknowl- edged for the first time today that Cambodians were flying rath American pilots in mark- ing enemy targets in Cambodia. However, Pentagon spokes- man Jerry W. Friedheim again insisted that bombing runs by U.S. warpianes were against supply lines and not in support of Cambodian ground opera- tions. Friedheim would not com- ment on an announcement by the Cambodian military com- mand that American jet fighter bombers struck deep into Cam- bodia in direct support of Cam- bodian ground forces. Killings Sparked Campus Riots CHICAGO (AP) The killing of four Kent State University students in a clash with the Ohio National Guard., not U.S. action in Cambodia, precipi- tated the first nationwide stu- dsnt strike last month, Urban Research Corp. reported here. The United States' involve- ment in the war in Southeast Asia provided the focal point for protest, the Chicago-based pri- vate research organization said, but Kent State gave it impetus. Strikes and boycotts hit cam- puses at the rate of 20 a day fol- lowing President Nixon's April 30 announcement of U.S. troop movements into Cambodia, the report said. But strike actions occurred at 100 or more schools each day for the four days fol- lowing the May 4 Kent State shooting, it continued. Racial Labels To Stay On Blood Used For Transfusion Purposes BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) The Louisiana legislature refused yesterday to take ra- cial labels Off blood to be used for transfusions. One member declared he would sooner see his family die than receive Yoinloif to he rich, famous or beautiful to drink our gin. You've .seeu. them. The ads with the Jjoauli Oil people I ho expensive looting hollies. Well, in Ihe inidsl. oi all Ihis glamour, Wd. like lo pie.srntimi1 very own success story. London Dry fun. Hillside, il.'s n mil.-so- Jiiiirv .bolllo ala noL-so- iaiiftyprk'e. nun ol'thn rlriesl: gins you've ever. laslcd. And dial's good. llcciitisc if you'd lik< drier dry martinis mid drier gin uud Ionics you need n, drier Melcliers London Dry (Jin. Our very own iillle shir. a drop of Negro blood. Others in opposition said it was not a racial issue. Forty- two of the 105 House members voted in favor of the resolu- tion to suspend a state law making mandatory the labell- ing of blood for transfusion by the race of its donor. Thirty voted against the bill and 33 were either absent or chose not to vote. The measure needed 53 votes to pass. "I would like to appeal to reason and not emotion and ask you to do said Representative Ernest Morial of New Orleans, the only Negro in the state legislature and sponsor of the resolution. At stake, Morial said, is in federal funds which may be cut off if the law is not suspended or re- pealed. Wlieat Growers Seek Members In Alberta REGINA (CP) The Palli- j ster Wheat Growers Associa- j tion is attempting lo recruit j members in Alberta, Walter Nelson of Avonlea, Sask., as- sociation president, said here. Mr. Nelson, in a prepared statement, said meetings will be held in seven Alberta wheat growing communities this week. The association was formed about three months ago in Sas- katchewan and has mem- bers, said Mr. Nelson. We are rapidly becoming identified as the spokesman of the wheat producer, the silent majority which has been with- out a voice for far too long." Mr. Nelson said the purpose of the organization is to rep- resent the wheat grower and to protect his livelihood, invest- ment and future. "Our basic objective is to press for changes in our mar- keting system that will permit us to earn a living on our farms." fl DM GLX Report For Sale OTTAWA (CP) The full text of the LcDnin report on non-medical use of drugs will go on sale in about two weeks for in a pocket edition, it was an- nounced Wednesday. The 600- page report will be available through Queen's Printer stores in riinjor cities as well as from the headquarters here. EATON'S Second Big Day To Save Note the additional outstanding values. Items previously advertised still ovailable where stocks permit. Save 13.95 The 'Nero' Wig Regular 34.95 An excellent assortment of synthetic soft "Nero" style wigs at a Summer Sale saving. Wash 'N Wear and so light and easy to wear. And it's yours in new alive colours at a saving of 13.95. Better be prompt as they should go quickly at this 4 .00 pricing. SALE, each........ ueuei ue p 21 Bar, Main Floor Reproductions Ordinarily 32.00 save 8.01. Beautiful reproductions of famous paintings size 29 x 54 inches. 3" wood mould- ing walnut with antiqued finished border. Choice of five subjects seascape, mountains, autumn 99 sunset, Champs Elysees, woodland grove. SALE, W Pictures, Second Floor Bar or Trailer Refrigerator Regular 89.95 save 20.00. Small, compact and so prac- tical for bar or trailer. 2.2 cubic foot capacity with freezer section, 1 ice cube tray, door storage, thin wall Parity Girdle leg. Made QQ Pan tie girdle hose holder with average from lycra material and re-inforced tummy, White only. Sizes small, medium and large. SALE, Foundations, Main Floor construction, magnetic door gasket, automatic interior light. SALE, each Refrigerators, Second Floor Cosmetics Price Regular 1.00 to 15.00 save 50c to 7.50. An excellent assortment of make-up, lotions, bath preparations, creams, hair spray, deodorants, dusting flfi T 50 powders, talcs, etc. All well-known IP brands. SALE. HALF-PRICE, each___ WM to Sundries, Lower Floor Teener's Fringed Handbags Regular 9.00 save Dandy fringe suede handbags so popular with the teeners. Colours; Brawn and Beige. Better be.prompt for best selection QQ as they are bound to go quickly at this pricing. n" SALE, each ...........-....................V Accessories, Main Floor Girls' "Skooter" Skirts Regular 3.99 save 80c. Smart "skooter" style skirls for wear now and throughout Ihe summer months. 1 Q Sturdy cotton duck material. Pink and yellow "C print. Sizes 7 to SALE, each V Girls' Wear, Main Floor Children's Sleepers Regular 2.99 save 60c. Bonnie Brae stretch sleepers wi'h small collar and damask down the, front. Mk 00 Stretch terry. Colours: Blue, Pink, Yellow and White. Sizes: small, medium and large. SALE, each CHI Children's Wear, Main Floor Minerva Transistor Radio Exceptional value on a Minerva transistor radio, specially priced for our Summer Sale. Solid stale FM with built-in AC adaptor. 10 transistor, telescopic antenna and earphone jack. Be sure to see these A ffe QQ they should go quickly. SALE, each Radios, Second Floor Bath Mat Sets Nylon Flight Bags in a 17 nylon .99 Regular 19.98 save 1.99. Excellent value flight bag, rubberized nylon, lightweight, yet built to lake hard travelling. Unfold and hang up. Two locks. Blue and Grey. SALE, each luggage, Lower Floor Sleeping Bags Regular 18.99 save 3.00. Just what you want for those fishing and camping trips. Size 35 x 70 inches. Twin poplin cover. Hunting flannel lining. jd QQ Full all around zipper, -4 Ib. polyester filling. I Brown with beige stripe, SALE, each Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Regular 9.95 JOVB 1.96. bath maf sets. Soft, deep pile luxurious look candy stripe. Latex back taped edges Colours: deep petal pink, royal, gold, avocado and orange. Exceptional value. SALE, set Household Linens, Second Floor Movie Outfit Regular 595.00 save 196.00. Bell and Howell filmo- saund movie outfit. Complete with camera, projector, record- er cables, speaker tapes, movie light and projection screen. Projector can be used with super 8 or reaular 8 film. SALE, outfit 399 00 Cameras, Second Floor Vinyl Tiles Regular 23c each. All purpose tiles, easy to lay anywhere, including basement. Size 12 x'12 inches. The bjg, one foot square size makes installation quick. Good selection of colours in patterns of marble, spatter and agate chip. SALE, each........ Nylon Broadloom Regular 8.95 square yard save 1.76. "Nitelife" nylon broadloom, made to Eaton's specifications in attractiva tip sheared design with soft pile finish. Regal Blue, Kelly Green, Spree, Fennel Gold, Sandalwood, 1 Q Villa Green, Martmie, and others. 12' width. SALE. Square Yard I Floor Coverings, Second Floor Electric Broom Take advantage of tins special pricing on these dandy Viking electric brooms. Features a copper finish with white trim, all metal housing and fan, 1400 R.P.M., A A QC 2.5 amp motor. Eaton research seal of approval. SALE, each Furniture, Second Floor Majestic Binoculars ic bin se, ca 19 Regular 25.95 save 6.00. Eaton's Majestic binocula .-specially priced for this sale. Complete with case, carrying strops and fully coated lens. Wide field of 4 QC vision, 7.50 or 303 feet at 1 000 yards. SALE, each Cameras, Second Floor Candy Specials POPPY COCK A delicious treat, ana1 sale priced loo. Popcorn with peanuts and pecans combined wilh a butter -4 OQ caramel. 10 ounce tin. SALE, each OPERA ROLLS An always popular favourite. Choose Brazil or cashew nuts both with a delicious cream confection centre. 7 ounce size. SAIE, each.................... P TOASTED MARSHMAUOWS A tasty summer treat. 1? ounce package. OQW SALE, each............................... OUjB Candies, Main Floor Sundry Specials V05 SHAMPOO Mokes your hair do what you want il lo do and wonderful for tinted and bleached hair available in regular and hard to hold. A combination offer of Iv. popular sizes ounce and 7.5 ounce SALE, both for VO5 HAIR SPRAY Popular hair spray in improved design with mirol, new holding hair discovery. Regular and hard lo hold. Large 16 oz. size. SALE, each......... DRY AD A new anti-perspiranl deodorant spray made by thn Andrew Jergcns Co. Will give long lasting, odor fre protection. 9 oz. spray container. Ordinarily 1.89. SALE F.D.S. FEMININE DEODORANT SPRAY A most personal sort of deodorant 3 oi size. Ordinarily 1.89. SALE, each Sundries, Lower Floor U miro u e by dor- 1.29 1.39 Demonstrator Models! Sewing Machine Clearance Viking and Domestic demonstrator jewing machines priced to clear. New machina guarantee. 1 Only! Viking 3 needle position Zig-Zag f A QC Portable. Reg. M9.95. Sale H.UO 1 Onlyl Domestic 12-Ccnn, Zig-Zng Portable. Qyl QC Reg. 199.05. 34.3D 1 Only! Viking 20-Cam, Zig-Zag Portable. QQ Qr Reg. 199.95. Sole............... 33.OO 1 Only! Viking Automatic Portable. Built-in buttonhole and built-in 4 OQ QfT Reg. 229.95. Sale I C3.3O 3 Onlyl Viking Portable. Built-in buttonhole, 1 CA QC blind hem, twin needle. Reg. 229.95. Sale DH.3Q Used Machines 3-month guarantee 1 only! White open arm. Sale 44.95 1 only! Seomstresj in cabinet. Sale 10.95 1 onlyl Viking in walnut cabinet. Sale 49.95 1 only! Domcitic zig-zag portable. Sale..... 55.95 1 only! Viking fully automatic portable. Sale 85.95 Sewing Machines, Lower Floor Buy Line 328-88IT For Advertised Goods. Shop Etiton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday from V 'Til 9. ;