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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THE LITHBRIDOI HERALD - Tuesday, March 16, 1971 Haw will Nixon respond to growing Red strength? WASHINGTON (Reuter) -The new round of strategic arms limitation talks, which opened in Vienna Monday, could determine how President Nixon will respond to the problem of growing Russian nuclear strength. A presidential decision on whether to strengthen the American nuclear arsenal and anti-ballistic missile defences hangs on this round of the talks. U.S. officials are cautiously optimistic about the prospects for an eventual agreement to curb the nuclear arms race, despite the newly-raised spectre of a further Russian missile buildup. In Nixon's own words, the Russians have conducted a serious, businesslike exploration of arms control ideas at earlier sessions of SALT. But he is keeping uncommitted and remaining on guard against any looming missile threat if the two superpowers fail to reach agreement. U.S. preoccupations with Russian intentions and also with China's progress toward a capability for deploying long-range missiles were spelled out clearly when Defence Secretary Melvin Laird reviewed the administration's military strategy last week before a congressional committee. He made it clear that the Russians could make or break the SALT negotiations, either by agreeing to curbs on offensive weapons systems or by pressing ahead with their apparent plans to deploy a new generation of missiles targetted on America's Minuteman nuclear deterrent. Laird said the Chinese may have test-fired an interconti nental ballistic missile over a reduced range last year, thus posing a threat to American cities that might have to be met by an expansion of ABM defences. He did not think the Chinese would be in a position to target missiles against the United States until the end of the decade, but he felt their deployment of intermediate-range ballistic missiles would bring major Asian capitals within range in a year or so. Laird's concern over China took second place to his preoccupation with Soviet develop- University fails in bid to quash Calgary tax law CALGARY (CP) - The University of Calgary Has lost a bid to have the Alberta Supreme Court quash a city bylaw allowing taxation of student residences. Bonaventure in Formosa port for scrapping VANCOUVER (CP) - The aircraft carrier Bonaventure has arrived in Formosa to be scrapped. N. W. Kennedy, the Vancou ver businessman who bought die Bonaventure from the Canadian government and later sold it to Mitsui scrap yards in Formosa, said Monday he had received a cable saying tte ship had entered the outer harbor of Haohsuing Saturday. Mr. Kennedy bought the vessel for scrap for "less than $1 million but more than $750,000" after she had cost the Canadian government a total $31 million to purchase *nd refit.------ The Bonnie, towed by the tug Fuji Maru, left Halifax Oct. 28. Mr. Kennedy said the trip had taken about 26 days longer than anticipated because the vessel had "adverse winds more than 50 per cent of the time, and was against the current the whole way." The university, however, won't have to pay taxes under the bylaw next year. In a 15 - page judgment, Mr. Justice W. J. C. Kirby decided that the city bylaw passed Dec. 16, 1970, should not be quashed. He ordered the city to remove the land and buildings in question from its 1971 tax rolls. The university board of governors filed suit in February asking that the city bylaw be quashed for three reasons: It was not signed by the mayor, and is therefore invalid. -The university was not given notice of the city's intention to vote on the bylaw. -Proper procedure in enacting the bylaw was not followed by city council. Mr. Justice Kirby dismissed the arguments and upheld the bylaw's validity. Until last year all university property was exempt from taxation but the Municipal Taxation Act was amended at the last sitting of the legislature to take away this protection for student residences. Gladiator Bliioer... Beefier For large Clampers or heavier loads GVW TO 8,000 LBS. Test-Drive the extra go-power of 4-Wheel Drive UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 ments and their possible effect on the SALT talks as well as on the strategic balance-since the United States and the Soviet Union have approximate nuclear parity at the present time. U.S. CHIEFS ALARMED Both Laird and Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, voiced alarm over Soviet missile development, especially recent indications that the Russians are building new ICBM silos either for an improved version of the giant SS-9, or for a more advanced system. Laird spelled out the American position in Vienna by saying that Nixon had made a holding decision to go ahead with a limited expansion of the United States' Safeguard ABM system while waiting to see what the Russians would do. He said the future of Safeguard, and also of new offensive weapons systems for which the go-ahead was being postponed, depended on the outcome of SALT and on whether the Russians were willing to place curbs on their own offensive weapons systems. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 32M09S WATER CONTENT San Francisco Bay contains an estimated trillion gallons of water at high tide. FEW GREEKS In 1871, there were only about 39 people of Greek origin in Canada. ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING 1ETHBRIDGE UNITED APPEAL Wed., March 17th - 8:00 p.m. CANADIAN RED CROSS BUILDING 1120 7th Avenue S. Any contributor I* a member, ha* voting privileges, should attend and get the facts. It's now Lord Oliver LONDON (AP) - Sir Laurence Olivier has received clearance for his new title - Lord [ Olivier. The 63 - year - old actor was nominated to the peerage a year ago by the Queen. He is the first actor ever named. Olivier wanted to assume the same title as a late uncle who was a governor of Jamaica and secretary for India. The previous Lord Olivier never had a son to carry on the title. Sir Anthony Gardner, garter king of arms, who controls what title new peers take, wanted Olivier to add a place name to his title, such as Lord Olivier of Brighton, the seaside resort where the actor lives. But Olivier insisted on the name he chose, with the approval of the daughters of the late lord. SHOT DEAD IN COURT TEL AVIV (Reuter) - One mn was shot and killed and two persons were injured when shooting broke out in a court room here Tuesday. The dead man was Tewfik Abdul Hai, 56, about to stand trial for the murder of a nephew. His son, Maza, | jointly charged with the murder, was wounded in the chest. Hassan Abdul Hai, a brohter of the nephew alleged to have been murdered, was arrested and charged him with the shooting. Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes This Special Hemorrhoid Remedy Contains A Unique Healing Substance That Relieves Pain As It Shrinks Hemorrhoids One of the mostcommon af- over a period of many flictions is a condition known as "Itching Piles." It is most embarrassing for the sufferer during the day and especially aggravating at night. If you want satisfactory relief-here's good news. A renowned research laboratory has found a unique healing substance with the ability to months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were made on patients with a wide variety of hemorrhoidal conditions. All this was accomplished by a healing substance (Bio-Dyne)-developed by a world-renowned research institution. This substance is promptly relieve the burning now obtainable in ointment or itch and pain. It actually suppository form known as shrinks hemorrhoids. This Preparation H. Ask for substance has been shown to Preparation H Suppositories groduce a most effective rate (convenient to carry if away 5' healing. Its germ-killing from home) or Preparation properties also, help prevent H Ointment with special ap- onfection. plicator. Available at all drug In one hemorrhoid case counters. Satisfaction or after another "very striking your money refunded, improvement" was reported. This improvement was maintained in cases where clinical observations were continued Preparation [3 EATON'S Eaton's Spring Sale Starts Thursday! Watch for the big sale announcement in Wednesday's Lethbridge Herald. And for your shopping convenience, pre-seliing of Spring Sale items will be available Wednesday morning. Shop Every Floor For Spring Sale Values Thursday, Friday and Saturday! Wednesday Morning Specials Limited Quantities. Shop Wednesday 9 a.m. to 12:30 Noon Women's Dress Shoes Patent leather sling backs and pumps with plain vamp or fancy bow trim. Black only. Sizes 6 to 10 coll. All sales final. .99 Reg. 15.95 to 18.00. SPECIAL, pair ..... Men's Divers Watches Half prieel Popular 17-jewel sportster style with black dial, luminous markers, stainless steel case, and rubber strap. In-cabloc movement. .97 Reg. 39.95. SPECIAL, each 17 F.D.S. Feminine Spray per 1 A deodorant spray that ensures personal daintiness. 4.25-oz. .59 Young Men's Dress Slacks Easy-care polyester-rayon Is washablel Pants styled with full top pockets .flare legs. Grey, blue or olive in two-tone stripes. Sizes Shoes, Main Floor Women's White Uniforms Easy-care polyester-nylon blend so handy for quick laundering. Zipper front or double breasted style, short sleeves. Misses' sizes 10 to 18. Watches, Main Floor SPECIAL, each Breck Creme Rinse Keeps hair shining and easy to manage. Regular formula or with body. 15-oz. size. Reg. 14.95. SPECIAL, each Men's Wear, Main Fleer Women's Watches SPECIAL, each y.99 Now half pricel Hurry in Wednesday for dress and sports models at one low pricel Your choice of chrome plated and rolled .97 SPECIAL, each 1 .29 Men's Knit Shirts Long sleeve cotton knit with full turtle neck ribbed cuffs and loose-fitting waistband. Gold or blue in sizes S.M.I. gold plated cases. Reg. 39.95. SPECIAL, each 17 Women's Wear, Main Floor Quilted Cotton Housecoats Granny gown styling and prints combine for great leisure time fashionl Nylon tricot lining, three-quarter sleeves, eyelet trim. S.M.I. Watches, Main Floor Atrixo Hand Creme An effective, fast-acting creme that soothes roughened hands. Buy now! 15-oz. size. .19 Reg. 4.50. SPECIAL, each Men's Wear, Main Floor SPECIAL, each SPECIAL, each 12 Sterling Silver Bracelets Your chance to buy the beauty of sterling silver in a charming bracelet with safety chain and engraving on one side. See it Wednesday! .50 Women's Wear, Main Floor Misses' Dusters Cool 'n crisp polyester-cotton blend with easy wash and wear features. Short and three-quarter sleeve styles, some with collars. Assorted prints. S.M.L. Reg. 17.50. SPECIAL, each 11 Pond Cold Cream Use dialy for excellent complexion care. Cleanses and softens skin, great for makeup removal. 16-oz. size. Men's Thermal Underwear Stanfield's thermal knit underwear In For-frel-eotton blend. Combination with button front, long sleeves, and legs. 40 to 46. Reg. 7.00. SPECIAL, each SPECIAL, each 2.2� Drawers Only. Sizes small and medium Reg. 4.00. SPECIAL ........ 4 diurr 2 * 5-80 Jewellery, Main Floor SPECIAL, each 5" Women's Wear, Main Floor Blazer-Pant Sets Smashing red, white and blue combo at only 11.991 Classic navy blue blazer teams up with red-white-navy pants. Wool and acetate blend. Misses' sizes 10 to 18. Gothic Panty Hose Quality name brand panty hose at savings you iust can't missl Dress sheers In a good selection of fashion shades. Sizes to fit. S.M.L.XL. Reg. 1.79 and 2.00. " SPECIAL, pair ..... Gillette 'Foamy' Shave Choose from Regular, Menthol, or Lemon Lime in the economy 11-oz. spray tin. 0 SPECIAL, each Men's Wear, Ma:n Floor Men's Sport Shirts Specially low-priced Wednesday morningl Perma-Press Dacron-cotton blend in plain tones or colourful patterns. Assorted shades. Sizes S.M.L.XL. Savel 1 SPECIAL, set 11 .99 Hosiery, Main Floor Scarves-1/^ Price! Multiply your wardrobe with a series of colour co-ordinated scarves! Here's your chance! Assorted shades, fabrics and patterns in squares and oblongs. Gillette Blades Stainless steel blades that give you a smooth, close shave every time. 15 per package. Savel Reg. 7.00 to 8.00. SPECIAL, each . .. 4* Men's Wear, Main Floor SPECIAL, each 1.29 Slazenger Tennis Balls One of the world's best tennis balls v Sportswear, Main Floor Reg. 2.50 to 4.50. SPECIAL, each .25 r.2 Accessories, Main Floor Old Spice Grooming Deal ides o\ jdorant. �.50 One of the world's best tennis balls with new brilliant white nylon armoured cover. Pressure packed in tins of three. Buy now for summer action on the courts! Sale-priced combination includes aftershave lotion with spray tin of deodorant. Reg. 2.99 tin. SPECIAL ... 2 4 .29 SPECIAL, each Clearance of Boys' and Girls' T-Shirfs-'/s Off! Assorted long sleeve styles in a variety of prints and plains. Sizes 2-3x, 4-6x. Buy several and save. Sundries, Lower Floor Reg. 2.99 to 4.00. SPECIAL . r.2 .66 Girls' T-Shirts-13 Off! Spring is coming! Buy these T-shirts in assorted fabrics and styles. Red, blue, pink, navy or green with long sleeves. 8 to 14. .32 Reg. 4.00 to 8.00. SPECIAL . Children's Wear, Main Floor 2*.5 Girls' Wear, Main Floor Boys' Knit Shirts Long sleeve shirts in a variety of styles. Collar assortment includes crew neck, plac-quet, lace front. Golds, browns, olive, blues. 8 to 16. Sporting Goods, Lower Floor C.G.E. Automatic Washers Look at these features! Mini wash tub with variable water levels, two wash speeds, enzyme soak, and rinse dispenser. One only. Harvest Gold. Reg. 5.00 and 6.00. SPECIAL, each......... Boys' Wear, Main Floor 2 Reg. 399.00. SPECIAL, each 329 00 Reg. 379.00. Q1Q flfl SPECIAL, each ........... O I 9mW Major Appliances, Second Floor Use Your Eaton Budget Charge and Shop Wednesdays 9 to 12:30 Noon. Buy Line 328-8811. ;