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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday. Mciy 19, 1972 s slolrn I'AIH'A. icily ilieulc N'liic'leeii priiTliv.s llll! Mill Ilalian fihislo lie Mrial'imi. ui'rc during (In1 iiiaM from lilt listen1 df I'adua (.'aliii-ilr lice sriid TluirMla.'.. sullen pailiiiiiMS co donna and ChiM and 1" panels deserilmu; ilii! li SainL Jolin tin1 llapibi. Pill If I'll CY I-'OX Canailian 1'rrss Staff H'ridT The slioniiiii; of lii'oruc Wal- lace will, or wron.uly. scru' tu worsen Hie rcpe.tation ol Hie I'niled Stales in tin1 world larr.e. especially aliei Ihe a.- sassinalions and other [onus oi political violence there in the last decade Wa Mac e 's views on race greatly Icssc-icd Ihe impact mai'.e abroad by Ihe attempt oa his life, especially ill compari- son v.ith Ihc shock caused rail- side U.S. borders by llic killing oi Ihc Kennedy brolhers and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Bill Hie reaction this lime re- sembled Ihc effect of the earlier violence in llic way U has prompted widespread comment nn ihe allesicd sickness of I society. The U.S. is pic tnrcil us lorn liy deep internal conflict and kicking in the self- coniidencc usually associated wilh it prior to the Indochina war. A.naiii Ihc world has he n io'tefl bv Nil- sejinini: incbilu oi the V S. ricniocralic proc lo survive a federal election >car without the intervention ol ihc> build. As in 1968, the newest flare-up of gun violence Occurred againsl a background of continuing war in Vietnam and controversy over U.S. military policy there. MOTIVES UNCLEAR But one ot the more dislnrli- ing faclors. in Ihc estimation of some [orcie.ii observers, was the confusion about tlie motives be- hind the murder and Ihc possibility that Ihc acl 'Hostel space less than A SWERVE TO ONE SIDE accents Ihe slenderizing shape of this young coaidress with contrast or same color hind- ing. There's n scarf. Ico Printed Pattern N E Half Sizes 10' IS1-. Size (bust lakes yards fabric. SEVENTV-l'lVE in coins ('no sianips, plcasei for each 15 cents lor each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly, ADDRESS. STYLE NUJIBEU. Send order lo ANNE ADAMS. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W.. Toronto Print plainly PATTERN" M'M- BER, YOU! NAME AND AD- DRESS, and ihe name of Ihc Lelhbridsc Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. FREE SprinR Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, lit, sew modern way. 51.00 NSTANT FASHION' BOOK wliaL-lo- wear answers. SI.on. adequate Pattern CALGARY iCP) Travel- ling sliidenis may find facilities less Lhnn ndwjuatc when they visit Calgary this summer. Planned nvcrnighl include a camppround and one hostel room (or a total of 300 persons, and neither has re- 1 ecivod fedcnil granls. I Two houses. ;i campgroiuid and one hostel rurnishcd frt-c sleeping qnarlcrs for filnit I visitors last summer, but when i the transient flow increased in July the f a c i 1 i I i c s weren't 1 enough. TKAVELLINCi ''Fewer young persons will he trnvcllinR Ihis says Al llagan, cily manager of so- cial .service planning. op- (or youlh program will employ aboat slu- den Is who might othirv.ise be j on the 1 Federal statistics, v r. r, sliow that about five per cent of Canada's l.'l million students will lie employed. in federal youth programs. Provincial and municipal governments arc cx- pectcd to Lake care of another 10 cent. About 50.000 transients passed through Calgary last summer, up from in 1970. The Calgary Youth Aid Cen- tre Society has asked for from the federal government In rent space in the build- ing for a hostel to run from June 1 to Sept, 7. APPROVAL EXPECTED Approval is expected next ueck for the proposed hostel I which would provide slceninp- bag accommodation for fir, tra- vcilors and jobs for stu- dents. The society hopes adcli- j lionnl funds will raise the ca- 1 padly lo 100. 1 The city has made available i "9 JRTCS land on ihe banks of 'ti'.e Bow lliver for a y on I h Tuelve ;in- fnr a u." i l.i run cih.." v ilh fur uvi-niitiliL campers from lak1 ID Sept. !J. Noil her the or the is planning hostel ilic.s, overflow nf fin- drills v.'ll in .slay in the Isolulr I'np thih couT-up 'AIT suil. short s ;r, iiproil. KKI.UKXi. idnhn QnCKIK I IAT.IM is a Sunsliinc Mining Co I'i suminiT .HIM idon- I Ihc lin- lhai C: (icnl piirrs l.m.nrl vividly, i-''1 rlrallw !l1 T'aint sen villi li'll-lip IS ml" markers. 1'ntlcni Trans- inKlci'in'min for. nun 'fiK nil Marvin C. Chase, mine S K V I-: N T -I'lVi: CTATS now reai'hed wilhin Inn [e i for each Inn Ihci (ire durilli! se stamps. ,i'ld l.'i ccnis mfllir area v.ilh a hull. for each patleni lor and hejian .'.pra.viiu: Ihe niailiiif! and area uilh pressure h to Alice, ['.rooks. The (ire was localed in a Hf.-iflri-, .M-.il fX) l-'roiii Sin-( I 1 1'oiunlo l, (ml, II S vj didn't iliioclly relied (he pat- tern of cniTent political conlro- ersy in I'.S. II (he slmolhif! was (he act of a "Inner anil drifter" resem- bling i.i.v Harvey Oswald or Sir- hiin' H Sirhan. Ibis in ilseii might indicate a possibly wide- spread neurosis in Ihe rootless society of Hie I'nited Stales. Thus Mil1 Wallace case was swiftly on by a Conlinun- isL come.ienlator in Hungary as addiiional proof of American po- litical "decadence'' while Soviet noted the ''ominous reg- ularily" of flcL-lKHi-yciai- shout- iiif.s in (ho U.S. Hut one1 of Hit1 more MIUKCS- live cninmunt.s c-rnne I'ruin ;IM Amsterdam newspaper wliicli rensontid [hat evonls such as Ilia Wallace shtwlinn Ihrealcnecl to tlin I'.S. a cqjiil.'iliun fdf chaotic and inflammable poli- tics similar lo that ol" the J'.al- kans before 11J40, Iliis remark is enough to iiuli- calc a.s well IhaL thcru is noth- ing unpiTccdcnlctl ahout (he violence of U.S. politics and that (lie present phase of American h i s t o r y inifjhl signify merely anoUii'r in the lonp jiroccts of on Hit! pad of a republic ye I only I years old. In Hie Old World, the first liali ol" this (Tiiiury was ol'leii Ijy raiifj- from the lulling of Austrian Ai Francis Ferdinand in ic, 1UU, to Ihc murder ot extrcmisl.s cf Ger- man Foreign Mini.sler Walter Ratlionau duriiif; the lifetime of the ill-filled Weimar Republic. moreover, besides (he Euro- pean oriented violence nf two world wars, there is even now, within llic ostensibly sereno United Kingdom, one Northern has amassed In the last three years a ivcord of politically-motivated killing v.'bicii far .snrpft.s.'iu.s even the U.S. race viols of Ihe mid- ]9GOs for savaficry. Italy and West scan-wl hy the two vv a r s a v e again suffered through periods of political fer- ment in the last four years, though these were much less se- vere than Ihe Ul.sler trouble, and France in saw slreel disorders more protracted, if Jr-.s.s Jclliiil. Ilio U.S. 7'aciaJ di-sLnrbances earlier in Ihc dec- ade. The violence which has re- peatedly shocked the U.S. since the assassination of President Kennedy in ]flG3 is therefore far from heinE a unique phenome- non in llio Mntcmporary Wesl- crn v.orld, a fact which might give anyone tempted to gloat over A m e r i e a 's misfortunes food for thought. Ex-hockey slar Iries politics NEW USKEARD, Out. (CP) Dick Duff, who played left wing for Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Montreal Canariiens and Buffalo Sabres until his retirement from Ihc National Hockey League last season, was nominated here as Liberal candidate in Timiskam- ing for the next federal general election. A resident of Kirkland Lake, he will oppose Arnold Peters, who has held the scat for In years for the New Democraclic Party. SIMPSONS-SEARS CUP OF TEA Beg. 15c CUP OF COFFEE Reg. lie................ LEN THOMPSON HOOKS No. 6. Key. J5c....... FISHING WEIGHTS Rug. 45c JENSEN WEIGHTS Reg. 30c SUPREME SPORT LURES Keg. 19c DIAPER PINS 4 pins in pkg. Reg. 29c. BABY BOTTLE Reg. 39c........... O TIPS SWABS Pkg. of 90. Reg. 65c TURTLE FOOD Keg. GOOD BOY CHOCOLATE DROPS Reg. 19c WIRE BRUSH FOR PERCHES Reg. 39c.......... FEED CUPS Rog. 29c TREE BARK 'N' SEED Reg. 29c MEAT LOAF DINNER Moshed pololocs, gr PCC5. 15c coverage, ond ice cream...... BOYS' SPORT SKISTS Sr.on bloovcs. Sizes 10.16............ LEN THOMPSON HOOKS ND. 1 Rrg. 65c each................. F.'OSU FIAT FISH HOCKS Reg. ecch....................... SWIM GOGGLES Reg. 1.93................... SIZtD PANTY HOSE G.-cy, Honey Be.'ge, O' Erown. 5-M-t-Xt................. GIT.LS' AND LADIES' KNEE HIGHS Reg. 150..................... GlKLS' AND LADIES' TIGHTS Reg. 3.00 JUNIOR MISS PANTY HOSE One size his 65-100 Ibs. Reg. LACIES' LEATHER BELTS Assorted colors and slyles LADIES' SILK AND ACETATE SCARVES LADIES' WHITE GIOVES JOHNSON'S BABY LOTION 9 oi. Reg. 1.39 PLAYTEX DISPOSABLE BOTTLES Reg. I.J9 LADYBIRD T-SHIRTS Sizrs 3-6. Reg. 1.19 TODDLERS' TURTLE NECK SHIRT Zip from. 4-6x. Reg. 1 77 LADIES' BRAS Assorted slyles, broke TEEN BRAS Broken size range. Reg. lo 2.50 SPARE PLATFORM KITE Reg. 1.98 TOY Ri'Cl 1.96....... HOT WHEELS SKY SHOW 4 only Rog. 1.99....... 980 BS0 1.25 390 izcs. Reg. lo 2.50 930 980 HOT WHEEL DANGER CHANGER. B only. Reg. 1.89 SNOW SHOVEL Reg. 1.39 SILVER MOUNTAIN EXPRESS Reg. 1.99 TUMBLING CLOWN Reg. 1.93 SKY-SPY KITE Reg. 1.29 GISL TALK BINDER ENSEMBLE Reg. 1.93..... SHEAFFEC AND PARKER PENS Reg. 1.98 ASSORTED PINS Reg. 2 00 ASSORTED RINGS Rsg. 2.00 ASSORTED NECKLACES Reg. 2.00 ASSORTED EARRINGS Reg. 2.00 TABU AND AMBUSH SPRAY COLOGNE ]j oz. cmy. Keg 1.50 FABERGE COLOGNES 1 or. 2 per cuslomrjr. Reg. 1.50... NAIL CLEAN, JIFFY TOWELS, CEL SUDS, CEL CLEAN TRIP DEODORANT PADS Reg. 2.00 ecth S" fi RING SPRINKLER Reg. 1.39 SCREWDRIVER Reg. 1.19 lo 1.79 HOUSEHOLD SANDPAPER Reg. 49c 11" PATIO PUSH BROOM Reg. 1.59 CHEESE CLOTH 3 yds. long x 1 yd. Reg. BARBECUE COOK BOOK P.tig. 1.69 ICE CUBE TRAY J 2 for 10 i oy. Reg 49c O 0 r FONDUE FOriKS Sel cf 6. Reg- 1.49 KOAST LIFTtR Reg. 1.49 830 SS0 GELATIN MOULDS Sel of 6. .Reg. 1.49 HAPPY FACL- E" x Keg. 1.49 MINIATURE AilT REPRODUCTIONS Reg. 1.49 FIStPLACE MATCHES Reg. 1 69 EOUDOh! LAMP SHADES Reg. 2 49......................... 17 FT. REWEL KITS For sommrjr and lawn furniture. Reg. 69c 2 PC. RECOVER SETS For summer and lawn furniture........ NYLON CRIMPSET YARN I 02. boils.......................... TERMINALS AND CONNECTORS Reg. 9Bc pkg........................ INSIDE FROSTED BULBS 40 ond 60 Reg. 49c pkg.......... DECORATOR SWITCH PLATE COVERS Reg. 1.19 1 98 SMOKED BEER GLASSES 16 oz. Reg. 33c CUP 'N' SAUCER Reg. 1.29 WICKER PLATE HOLDERS Sol of 4 SIMPSON-SEARS SUPER CUBES Reg. 1.47 PANAVUE SLIDES Sleeve of 5. Reg 2 For 2.00 POCKET SIZE ALBUMS 3'i x 3'j, 3'i x i" size. Reg. 1.98 SCENTED SOAP BUDS Reg. 1 49 pkg...................... BATH PILLOWS Rco. 1.98......................... PILLOW PROTECTORS 7A prs. only. Reg. 3.98 880 .....9S0 3ta 2 for 6 990 9S0 990 2for 990 iipK mammxrm COYS' SPORT SHISTS r.OYS' PAWS OlD PAL FISHING BOX 7 !.rl ROOM-AT-THE-TOP NYLONS f q f.Vr KNIT TOPS nnd BLOUSES A'wi'd R'.i 2.29 3.98 LADIES' LONG WHITE SCARVES BOYS' PANTS 5 Ri'n. 2.46 BOYS' 2 PC SETS It. p. -VM-! tADIES1 B5AS Pnq .1.3 STAR SEEKER r.nly. D.-CI '..98 DYMASOAR KITE I'l 'I nilDGIE niRDS 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 1.99 FILLED BINDER Beg. 7. SB GOLD AND SUVER PINS Brg. .1.00 GOLD AND SILVCR BRACELETS Reg. 3.00 ASSORTED EARRINGS 3.00 ASSORTED ROPES Reg. 3. CO MEN'S MANICURE SET Icnlhnr B only. (Ing 7.98 UTILITY TOOL BOX Reg. 2.90 J PC. WRENCH SET Rc0. 7.9S DELUXE PISTOL GRIP NOZZLE Reg. 1. -19 OARDECUE COVER 2.79 GARBAGE BAGS Pkc, Reg. ASSORTED CUSHIONS Rfg. 2.93 .1.90 7.39 QQ .351 rtQ QQ .JI3 nn .BliJ (JQ .33 fin QQ .33 nn .33 nn QQ .33 QQ .33 QQ COSTS .MOKM AT STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 n.m. lo S.30 p.m. Thursday ond Fridny 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. VELVET LATEX PAINT Reg. 2.-19 7V RCLIER KIT 6" BRUSH PAD Reg. 2.98 TILT AND FILL PAINT TSAY Rc.g 3.29 SWITCH PLATE COVERS Reg. 2.19 3.98 WOODEN SALT 'N' PEPPER MILL STAINLESS STEEL DECORATOR TRAY COASTERS oi n CHEESE CUTTER SOUFFLE CUPS Sel of 6. Rog. 3.29 SPINNING WHEEL ORNAMENTS POLA FLANNELETTE SHEETS 54 x 2 49 WKAKJS Centra Village. Telephone 328-9731 ,99 ,99 .99 ,89 .99 ,99 .99 ,99 ,99 ,99 .99 ,99 ;