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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI inHSmOOE HKAID Wedn.iday, October 1970 Reds Reluctant To Fight From AP-REUTER SAIGON (CP) The com- mander of the new South Viet- namese offensive said today that his forces will push deeper into Cambodia to try to force the Nprth Vietnamese to fight. Lt.-Gen.: Do Cao Tri also said North Vietnamese troops face a whole "new situation" in both Cambodia and South Vietnam and that they are in a bad way militarily in both countries. "I am Tri said, "that in the near future they will be forced to withdraw and accept some political solution." Tri spoke to reporters at his headquarters in nearby Bien Hoa following his return from the battlefront in Cambodia. His force had just recap- tured the wrecked, desterted town of Snupl, In the Fish Hook region 90 miles north of Saigon. The force met only light re- sistance in taking Snuol Mon- day, and Tri said his forces had moved heavy artillery into the town. He indicated his troops would push westward, for at least 10 miles and possibly to Kompong Cham, 65 miles west of Snuol. CHALLENGE TO ENEMY "Our objective is to force the enemy to react and to accept the challenge of our combat said the general, who gained considerable prominence for the aggressive showing of his troops in Cambodia last May' and June. Meanwhile, the Cambodian high command claimed Cambo-1 dian aircraft killed an estimated' 200 Communist, troops and wounded another 300 during a three-day operation in southern Takeo province. The command spokesman, Maj. Am Rong, said the air strikes, were .flown from Wednesday to Friday last week against Viet Cong and North Vi- etnamese, positions around the town of Krivong, 70 miles souSl of Phnom Penh. SIGNS WASTE BILL WASHINGTON (Eeuter) The White House has announced President Nixon has signed a bill providing for expenditures of million over the next three years in an attempt to solve the waste-disposal prob- lems in the United States. Moore In Front In IWA Voting VANCOUVER (CP) Labor sources reported Tuesday that Jack. Moore holds the lead in his election bid for a fifth two- year term as western regional president of the Internation a 1 Woodworkers of America. Moore, it was reported, has won the A1 b e r n i, Courtenay, Naw Westminster, Southern In- terior and Saskatchewan locals. Opponent Jack MacKenzie, first regional vice president, has taken the Duncan and Van- couver locals. Returns from the remaining locals must be in the mail to regional headquarters in Van- couver by midnight Wednesday for the official tabulation. The final count is expected to be available by the weekend. Edmonton Teenagers Hairnapped EDMONTON (CP) Two teen-aged .girls were hairnap- ped here. Joanna Dabrowski, 18, told police she was going home on a bus, when she, felt a tug on her hair.. When she got home, her waist-length pony tail reached only to her shoulder blades. Linda Templeman, 17, told police she was knocked to the ground by a young man who removed six to eight inches of her hair with a pair of scissors. A gallon of nectar can provide enough energy for a bee to cruise four million miles at seven million miles an hour. Prize Money For Winners EDMONTON (CP) Prize money of has been put up for two snowmobile races in Wetaskiwin in February, race promoters announced Tuesday. In one race, tlie S h r i n e North-Am International, a purse of has been offered, said H. A. Taylor of trious potentate of Alberta's Al Azhar Shrine Temple. The guaranteed purse for the second annual NortbAm Inter- national at Wetaskiwin has been increased to from last year, Jack Pike, chairman of the Wetaskiwin group which promotes the race told a news conference. Net profits from the event will go toward Shrine hospitals for crippled children. Committee Formed To Push Centre EDMONTON (CP) A Cit' zens Committee for Omniple: was formed here to promot the proposed sports, conventioi and trade centre. Ratepayers will vote Wednes day, Nov. 25 on a money for the proposed centre, The committee will be assist- ed by Bill1 Hunter, president of Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Canada Hockey League, and Norm Kimball, general manager of Edmonton Eskimos of the Western Foot- ball Conference. Main object of the committee is to get registered voters to the polls to vote for Omniplex, if constructed would he only covered sport stadium 'n Canada. Lcn Price, a mining official, lonated to the commit- tee with the request that it be used to promote Omniplex. won the Jl.ooo at last week's Edmonton Eskimo dinner. R1PIEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service meonl serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626___ GO UP IN LIGHTING WITH HIGH STYLED POLE LAMPS Contemporary style, floor to ceiling models with brosj centre area and brass or brown vinyl covered ends. Choose from 5 different and very distinctive styles for that charm and .subtle elegance found in today's modern homes. YOUR CHOICE EACH B. Utility Cabinet A. Bookcase Cabinet Limited Quantities No More Available Various Sized Sets and Pattern Ranges. SAVE 2.11 Dinnerware Of earthenware In 4 Set designs of: Gold Daisey, Pansy, Blua Bands or of fine English bone whita Bands. Set includes 4 of each Set includes 4 cups, the following! dinner saucers, 4 dinner plates, 4 bread and butter plates, dishes and 4 salad bowls, cups and saucers. Reg. Woolco Pries 7 A A B.88. SET I Reg. .Woolco Q 77 Price 11.88. SET O.I I SAVE 53-Piece Dinnerware Set Set of boxed porcelain in 4 at- tractive designs: Best Wishes, Daisy Rose, Breau arid Trini, Set includes 8 each of: 10" dinner plates, 6" bread and butter plates, 5W fruit nappy, soup plates, also 12 cups and saucers, 1 each of: cream and covered sugar, 14" platter, 10" vegetable bowl. Reg. Woolco 29.88 49.95. SAVE 10.88 SET SAVE 53-Piece Dinnerware Set Set of boxed earthenware In 3' decorative designs: Gina, Flora and Hilda. Set includes 8 of each: 10" dinner plates, salad plates, fruit bowls, soup bowls, cups and saucers. 1 each of: cream and :overed sugar, 12" platter, 9" vegetable bowl. Reg. Woolco 24.44 34.95. SET 45-Piece Dinnerware Set Made of Stonecraft in 2 attractive designs. Seminola and Pueblo. Set includes 8 of each: plates, 6" bread and buttor plates, 5Viz" fruit nappies, 7VV soup bowls, and 8 cups and saucers, also 1 of each: cream and covered sugar bowl, 14" plater and 10" vege- table bowl. Reg. Woolco OQ 1 1 Price 49.99. SET I I SAVE 57-Piece Dinnerware Set Set of boxed porcelain In 2 decora- tive designs of Abaresque and Mar- garet. Set includes 8 of each; 10" dinner plates, 6" bread and bulter plates, 5Vi" fruit nappies, 7W soup bowls, 12 cups and saucers, also 1 of each: cream and covered sugar, 1 4" platter and 1 0" vege- table gbwl. Reg. Woolco QC .WW Price 69.95. SET Deluxe Johnny Pole Here is a handy, attractive addition to any bathroom. Antique scroll design. Sturdy Polystyrene construction. Slid- ing door cabinet, twin match- ing shelves and chrome poles complete with towel stirrups. Antique White, Waodgroin, Measures EACH 25.95 Johnny Polo Need a space saver? May surges i the johnny pole unit. No cramming for space not with 2 solid shelves, guards and one large size metal medicine cabinet with sliding doors, 2 stirrups. Mea- sures x x Built in single shelf cup- board. 2 swinging doors. Top half has 3 spacious shelves. Steel construction, in gleam- ing walnut enamel finish. Measures EACH 42.57 EACH 14.88 China. Cabinet Steel construction. Henvy slid- ing glass doors. Spacious drawers for smaller, things. Bottom has double swinging doors and one shelf. White enamel finish. Measures Base Cabinet White enamel steel body, arborite top, twin swing doors, single shelf cabinet and full width utility drawer. Measures Made of heavy steel. Single door, 4 spacioui shelves, ideal for dad's work shop, rec, room or just extra storage space. White enamel finish, EACH C. Counter High Cabinet Steel construclion. 2 shelves with swing out doors. White enamel finish. Measures 36" X EACH D. Wardrobe Cabinet Steel construction. Twin sliding doors and full top shelf for hats and smaller articles. 3 side compartments as shown. Tan and walnut finish. 64" x 30" x EACH 45.95 EACH CA Q7 .W I EACH 45 97 i Utility Cabinet Steel construction. 4 spacious shel doors that close securely. White enamel finish. 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