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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta may Bedding Bonanza Merchandise on Sale Friday and May MOD ART PILLOW -shredded foam filled Ideal for each 1.28 FOAM PILLOWS -non allergenic each......... 2 Dust Free PILLOWS fibrefilled lumping each............. 3 22 Chicken and Goose Feathers PILLOWS finished ticking each......... 3 Curled Chicken Feathers PILLOWS quality ticking each................ 2 FORTREL POLYESTER QUILT bed size without weight each..................... 13.44 Polyester Fibrefill QUILT back. each.......... Queen Size BLANKETS 44 poly viscose each........ 8 Thermal BLANKET twin or double each............. 6 Printed BLANKETS floral patterns each................. 8 44 ELEGANCE Sheets and Pillow Cases case size sheet size Beaver BLANKET rayon Canadian wool 9 Scotian Bedspread size................. size................ size.............. 8 76 Gingham SHEETS twin double size.............. 7.76 pillowcase.............. 3.88 Queen Size THERMAL BLANKETS 96 viscose 9 Lady Caroline BEDSPREAD Cotton twin size double Chenille Bedspread M5 patterns single........... double Bath Mat Sets piece set colors 5 Perma Press Tablecloth Furniture THROWS sizes and colors off Zellers County Fair Located in Zellert County Fair on Mayor Magrath Drive. Opan Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Priday a.m. to 9 p.m. Phona 328-8171 Iran new power in Middle East By WILLIAM E. GRIFFITH Chrlttlaa Sconce Mwitor Although we have not yet seen a new Persian we are not far from it. Iran now is one of the great military powers in the Middle rivaled .only by Israel and Turkey. Its immense and growing oil revenues and purposeful development policy produced very rapid economic growth. It has replaced the British as the hegemonic power in the Persian Gulf. It has adjusted to Soviet U.S. detente by improving its relations with the Soviet thus making Soviet pressure on it and all out Soviet support for Iraq less likely. It has good relations with Saudi Arabia and therefore profited from rising Saudi power. Egypt's 1967 Nasser's and the isolation of Iran's and Saudi Arabia's common also helped Iran's position. It has become the protector of Pakistan. the Shah's autocratic although in the long run threatened by lack of popular participation and rising subversion and acquiesced in a rising bourgeoisie in the landed as well as by a wave of Iranian nationalism. Iran's rising power spreads east as well as west and south. For the first 'time since the British left India in the traditional interrelationship between the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent has been reestablished. This the center of power in the Middle East is not as under the British in Delhi but as in Mogul times in Iran. Policy primarily defensive The Shah sees Iranian foreign policy as primarily defensive. His main objective is to keep open the Straits of the entry into the Persian so that Iranian oil can flow through it unhampered and thereby bring in funds for economic development. He sees Iran threatened by a Soviet directed pincers. The first to the is Afghan expansionism and the independence movements in Pakistan's north and Pushtunistan and Baluchistan. is a multinational with Baluchis in its Kurds and Azerbaidjanis to the north and Arab speakers in Khuzhistan to the The second prong .is Soviet territorially revisionist vis-a-vis Iran and Iraq is Iran's rival for hegemony in the gulf. The third is the Dhofar rebellion in western via by the Soviets. who want good relations with anti Soviet no longer support the rebellion. The Shah last year sent a small force of helicopters and at Sultan Qabas's to fight the Dhofar who have recently suffered some Massive arms purchase The Shah therefore has begun massive arms purchases primarily from the and a major base contraction program. he will not automatically intervene against any rebellion in'a gulf but only if he is invited which is neither certain nor even necessarily likely. He will guarantee Pakistan's which has made him and his U.S. ally highly suspect to the who see themselves thereby deprived of some of the fruits of their 1971 victory over Pakistan. India's alliance with his main and its oil purchases from and small air force training mission in his main Arab make the Shah's suspicions as the 1973 war the Shah has moderated his previous de pro Israeli in view of King Faisal's policy of bringing pressure on Israel via the United for public support of the Arab position. For the Shah realizes that if Israel were again totally to defeat the some of the conservative regimes in the gulf might be overthrown and he could do little about it. Yet Iran refused to participate in the Arab oil production preferring rather to lead the drive to push up oil from which it will profit greatly. William E. Griffith is professor of political science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The above is an extract from an article shortly to be published in a foreign affairs quarterly published by the University of Pennsylvania. Packaged accounts gain popularity TORONTO Packaged personal banking accounts offered by Canada's chartered banks are catching on in spokesmen for the banks report. The first bank to offer the all-inclusive plan was the Bank of British Columbia in 1973. The plan was given little chance for success Wayne senior vice- president of the bank said. But the idea soon spread. the first three when we were all it was certainly more successful than it is Mr. Allen said. The British Columbia bank offered its Western including 'unlimited chequing free personalized automatic-overdraft and a host of other advantages to attract the modern-day banker. The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce introduced its Key Account in 1973. The Royal Bank of Canada followed with its Royal Certified and the Toronto-Dominion the Bank of Nova and the Bank of Mon- treal soon announced their plans. The Bank of Nova Scotia charges a month for its service less than the British Columbia bank first charged for its service. CHARGE The Toronto Dominion Bank and Commerce sell their cards for and Bdnk of Montreal charges as does the Royal. The prices reflect the variety of service. David manager of marketing department at the said the Key Account is already profitable in fi- nancial he don't evaluate it on that sort of He said the important part of the plan is that the bank has been able to sell a broader range of services to customers at one time. J. P. marketing man- ager for the Toronto said doing a cost analysis on packaged service accounts is difficult. Canada Permanent Trust Co. introduced its Plum a first for a trust company. we are to compete suc- cessfully with the we have to offset the advantages the banks D. G. Nee- president of Canada Permanent said. NIXON PAYS TAXES Calif. President Nixon has paid his back California income penalty and interest totaling for 1969 and state officials said Friday. The tax was figured on an apportionment of Nixon's annual salary and allowance based on the amount of time he spent in plus income from rental property in Nixon's hometown of Whittier. The penalty was for failure to file a 1970 state in- come tax return. GARDEN SHOP ROSE BUSHES 97 GARDEN TOOL RACK EACH 2. Steel Window Screen Adjustable EACH 2.44 Mr. Chain Fencing 5 posts and chain covering 20 tt. COMPLETE 12.96 Hanger Metal EACH 96' WONDER RAR Weed Killer EACH 4. Hedge Clippers PAIR 8 Flower and Vegetable Fertilizer 5-10-15 25 Ib. bag 2.96 BIRD BATH For the lawn. EACH 2.97 JUNIPER FITZERS Each 5 96 Northwest Poplar Each Siberian Pea Tree Each Laurel Leaf Willow Each Heyer Apple 396 435 376 544 .......576 166 Mock Orange O76 Each .............................U Each. May Day Tree Peking Cotoneaster Each ENGRO FERTILIZER Ib. bag 3.66 BEDDING PLANTS Wide Assortment BASKET MAYTIME PLANT O STARTERSETS .............L for 30 GOLF GREEN FERTILIZER ygj 50 Ib. each.............. f LEAF RAKE BAMBOO 1 44 Each HQE Each.............................. SPADE Each 444 ...................444 SOAKER HOSE 40 tt. Each ........................V BEET HOE Each OSCILIATING LAWN SPRINKLER Covers up to 2400 sq. each 788 HEDGE TRIMMER EACH GARDEN TRACTOR With mower attachment. EACH '588 5'X7' GARDEN SHED EACH 119 Lancer Lawn MOWER -Gasoline -3.5 h.p. motor -Recoil start -5 position wheels EACH 79 6' SHELF SPACE MAKER EACH 1046 5H.P. MOWER EACH GRASS CATCHER EACH 10 Black Dicker ELECTRIC MOWER blade EACH Garden Hose 44 L Zellers County Fair located in Zalleni Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Dally a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Prlday a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;