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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE Snluirfoy, Morih 21, 1970 Writer llc.lorc.1 To Gallery frOOpg To MoVC Noi'tll I On'Year-Round Basis I UMONTON (CD The: Cermsir.e Dslton, publisher iviblishcr cf an Edmonton peri- of a local scim'-monlhly news- cilii-al said here she has Wen paper, was suspended last iv-stircd to Ihe legislative press month ty the gallery executive f.illcry after threatening court (for an alleged violation of a action over her suspension. I gallery rtile. OTl'AWA (CD The Cana-licka, 300 miles north-pt MOFFAT brings you The Counter That Cooks by CORNING You've got la see Oils brand co> cepl cl cccKing. A eernp'elely Idea cock'.aps. A O dea-i surface. Turr.ed oil, li'i usjtls Turned on, ii's a superb ft ay lo cook. with a sel ot Cook- rnatestNsl will bring cut the bcsl In VO-T cooMng. The Cour.'er Iftal cool jrg vessels are sold c-.d ti Canada by MOFFATS LIMITED SEE IT ON DISPLAY HERE 319 7lh St. S. Phone 328-1673 1038 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-1332 We Take Grain In Trade! dian armed farces will begin training in the North on a year- rour.it basis starling in Apri' lute Bay. Soldiers part !n the ex- elude three radic-cquipped ar- mored personnel carriers two Inicks and eight light snow ve- hicles. ercise will coine from Valcar- the defence department Gagelown. N.B., Pe- Following completion of the iwur.ced Friday. I lavawa. Out.. Calgary, Vii-lo- April-September phase, another 500 soldiers will lake''ia. Umdon, Onl. and Edmon-! group o( soldiers will receive part in an exorcise called New ion. j identical training starling in Viking between April and Sep- Training equipment will teniber. Rotation will take place every two weeks on a two-pla- toon, 50-inan basis. exercise is designed toi familiarize soldiers wilh prob-l lems of living, moving and oper-1 alirig in norlhern latitudes under winter and summer con- ditions and to give junior lead- ers a chance to develop Uieir leadership abilities. The base camp will be located initially near Fort Churchill, ;Man. Soldiers will spend the first week in Fort Churchill and then move by air to advance bases al Baker Lake, Coral Harbour and Itankin Inlet, about 300 miles north of Fort Churchill. U.S. Anti-War Protests Fizzle From neuters-AI' j the entrance to the national i draft headquarters in A week of protests against the I (01) where 500 persons demon- draft appears to be fizzling out without any arrests. At lire advance bases they will lake part in a week of pa- t r o 1. navigation, camouflage ar.d other field operations. In July, the bare camp mil move to Crystal City, a former air survival training site, three miles from Resolute Bay. Field operations will be conducted from advance bases at Sach Harbour, .Mould Bay and Eu- after a small turnout of demon-1 stralors at draft centres across' the United States. most dramatic incident _ Thursday's protests took place in Raleigh, N.C., where long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA It's the talk of the province! On Sundays you can call long distance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. SUNDAY 50? saves you time as as money because this rate applies to ODD rails. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking, It's nico way lo keep in touch. You can do a lot of longdistance talkiiKj lor just half a buck anytime Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday. 'Rales do not appty (o colled, parly billing, (ime and charge, coin phone., or crcdil carrf calls. you happen io five in fin arc? wifdouf DDO service, SUNDAY 50 rales apply Jo slaliorHo- station placed wllh the Operator, ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES Daring the nationwide pro- [he city induction centre was tests police arrested about 400 i splattered with blood from a persons. Tlio anii-draft week started Monday and organizers planned for Thursday to be the high- liglil. They forecast crowds of thousands at draft induction centres in New York, Washing- ton, Philadelphia and San Fran- cisco. But protesters exceeded 500 in any of the cities and Ihe demonstrations were mainly or- derly. In York, 182 protesters alaslic bag thrown at the build- ing. San Francisco police de- scribed the pro'.est there as a "non-demonstration" after a crowd of fewer than SCO pick- eted in nn orderly fashion. The New Mobilization Com- mittee, which organized the draft week, admitted it was dis- appointed wilh the turnout but described the day of protest as were arrested after attempting to enter Ihe main ir.Huclioii centre. The majority submitted quietly as part of an arrange- ment made with police at the start of the week. Officials closed down draft boards in San Francisco, Holly- wood and San Rafael, Calif, and Kan Antonio, Tex. Although some activists hailed the clos- ings as a victory, local draft of- ficials said they were closed to catch up on work, not because of the demonstrations. DRAFT BOARDS CLOSED In New York City, where olfi cials said the 96 draft boards were closed to avoid confronta- Jons, those arrested included writer Murray Kempton and Anna Bennett, C6, wife of the president of the Union Theologi- cal Seminary. A blacn coffin was placed at a "half victory' disruption o f because of the administration work caused at the draft offices. ONE OF THE FIRST One of the first conscrva (ion- isls, Sylvania colony, lhat one acre ot forest should be left standing for every live acres lo be cleared. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 5174th Ave. S. Phona 327-1541 SPECIAL NOTICE For RECREATION AUTHORITIES SPECIALIZED training is available' al ths Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in: MAINTENANCE of RINKS AND ARENAS Applications are now being accepted For this 8-week program to be held from May 4 fa June 26, 1970 Your maintenance staff can Increase their knowledge in Ins maintenance of rinks and arenas. In addition to discussions pertaining to cjriing rinks and skaling rinla, lime will also be devoted to mech- anical room maintenance and electrical fundamentals. The Professional InslHute of the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association endorse this program, as well as the Department of Youth, prefrj'crKO in thii, piogrnm, will be given to presently employed in the field of recicolion facilities. It is also open to otlier interested persons having Grade X or equivalent in experiencs or training. Your municipal council can arrange for re- imbursement ol expenses under Ihe Recreation Devel- opmcnt Act through tha local recreation board. For details regarding such reimbursement kindly con- tact Gerald A. Bruce, Recreation Consultant, Rec- reation Branch, Deportment of Youth, Room 704, 620 7 Avenue S. W., Calgary 2, Albcrtri. Kegiilinrioni should directed to; Souiiin'n Alberta Intitule of Technology 'be Registrnr, 1301 1ft Avenue N. W. Colgary 41, Alberla SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY i This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantities limited. We reserve the righ! to limit quantities. Elkes Mb. Tinned Cake Choose from cherry cake, dundee cake or fruit cake. Reg. Wooho Price 1.37. NOW Ladies' Crochet Knit Pant Dresses 100% Hi-bulk Orion. Fashioned wilh long sleeves, scoop neck, draw- string bell. Fully lined top wtth un- it ned slirm. Off white only. 5.M.U EACH ?33 High Leg Recliners Upholstered in hard wearing fabric. 3 colors to choose from. Reg. Woolco Price 124.88. NOW Folding Chairs Metal frame. Upholstered seat and back. Reg. Woolco 12.88 NOW Reg Wo ale o Price 16.88. NOW 7. 11.88 2-Piece Chesterfield Suites (2 Only) Upholstered in a very hard wearing fabric. Colors or Brick and Aqua. Reg. Woolto Price 429.88- 339.88 2500 BTU Catalytic Heaters Reg. Woolco Price 9.99. NOW 6.99 Did YOU See That Giant Chocolate Easter Egg At Woolco? Do YOU Know How Much It Weighs? Put YOUR guess in the entry barrel. YOU may be the ONE to win a Gift Certificate and present the Egg on behalf of Woolco to Ihe Dorothy Gooder School for Retarded Children. Girls' Bonded Orion Dresses Contrasting collar and cuffi. Short jfeevej, scollop collar, moon shape pcckets, back zipper. Navy, Redt Aqua. Sizes? to 14. 9.95 Beach Towels Giant siie. Thick end ]hinty. Aiscrled colon. EACH extra large. Linen end eoHon in colorful stripei. EARLY BIRD TIME SPECIALS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 1 A.M. SPECIAL ONE HOUii ONVY Assortment of Girls' Corduroy, Bcnderf Plnids. AjiorfEd Size} 3 to 14, Reg Woolco Prite SPECtAl Nice-N-Easy Haircolor All popular ihaJev available. Reg. Woolco PncB 1.77, NOW 1.63 Tea Pots 6 cup size. Reg. Woolco Priig 1.47. NOW .77 Camp and School Trunks Metal covered. With troy. Reg. Wooko I 10.99. NOW] '8.89 Tonka Trucks 2 models lo choose from. Well con- tlructed wilh Ihe tlrenglh of heavy tJuty steel. Rftg Woolco Price 3.-16. NOW 1.99 GREAT SAVINGS MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNES- DAY 10 A.M. SPECIAL ONE HOUR ONLY 16-Piece Dinnerware Sets 5cl 4 dinner plates, t bread ond butter ploles, 4 tupi ond 4 lafccrj. Assorted pallerns, Reg. Woolco lo Open Daily 9 to i p.m.) Wednesday o.m, 1 p.m.) Thursday end Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m, I !i ;