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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, October 28, 1971 PRINCE CHARLES, THE GRADUATE Prince Charles marches between two bearded fellow graduate officers and performs an "eyes right salute during a passing-out parade at Britannia Royal College in Dartmouth England. He wears the uniform of an acting sub-lieutenant. Kaiser elected to boards NATAL HIX-Si Edgar F., Kaiser, assistant treasurer and manager of development for Kaiser Resources Limited was recently elected to the boards of directore of the Kaiser In- dustries Corp.. Kaiser Gas Fi- j bre Corp., Kaiser Aerospace- Electronics Corp. and Kaiser Broadcasting Corp. j He is the oldest son of Kai-i ser Industries chairman Edgar I F. Kaiser Sr. and a grandson of the late founder. Henri' J. Kai-1 and Rheumatism Society. snr. He and his wife Carolina are residents of Orinda, Calif., and are the parents of a four-year- old daughter, Suzanne. A graduate of Stanford Uni-i vcrsity and the Harvard Busi- ness School, he served as assis- tant to former secretary of the j interior, Walter J. Hickle at the' While House and from 1968 to 1969 was a While House Fellow, assigned to former president Lyndon Johnson's staff. He serves as director of the Vancouver Symphony Orches- tra and the Canadian Arthritis CHILE PLANS TAKEOVER CALAMA, Chile (Renter) Chile will nationalize an explo- sives factory owned by the United State Du Pont Co., in this northern Chile town, President Salvador Allende said Wednes- day. Find oil spill in N. Alberta Parties support slate crews will burn and scrape the FOX CREEK (CP) One j gully leading away from the hundred b a r r c 1 s of oil have......... been spilled over a half-acre in nortlierr Alberta, the oil and gas conservation board report- ed today. The oil which came from a small hole in a line operated by Peace River Oil Pipeline Ltd., about 140 miles northwest of Edmonton, was '.ocated Sun- day after a hunter reported smelling hydrogen sulphide gas. Dune Larbalestier, area engi- neer for tlie oil and gas con- servation board, said that a DACCA (AP) Six political parties agreed on a slate of Na- iiomil Assembly candidates today to ran unopposed for the seals of Awami Leaguers ac- spill site has been dammed and j "ised of fighting for independ- hum for East Pakistan. area to ensure all crude oil is cleaned up. He said that although the con- tour of the land could carry the oil to the Little River about 25 Political sources said the slate i was approved by Pakistan's military regime, which had been seeking to avoid any con- I tests in the special election on heavy rain would have to occur j 711 candidates for the 79 vacated for this to happen. The work crews had exposed a four-foot deep line carrying the crude oil which is satur- ated with gas. seats. The only seat for which a candidate was not named is the one won by Sheik Mujibur Rah- man, imprisoned Awami League leader accused of lead- Spook insurance business in Halloween ivrinkle ALEXANDER CITY, Ala. (AP) The "Mod Squad" of Benjamin Russell high school expects to double its spook in- surance business this Hallow- een. The pupils formed their in- fo r m a 1 insurance company last Halloween and hope to double the they raised, last year by the lime the witches and goblins return this weekend Each policy costs and covers acts of vandalism that might occur to a house or yard. A special 50-cent policy covers the family car. Money goes to the March of Dimes. If a policyholder's home is the victim of tricksters or if his windows have been soaped or liis yard disarranged, he calls the Mod Squad member who signed his policy. Then, members of the group will clean up the damage. About long hair MOSCOW (Reuler) Pa- rade-like smartness reflects genuine male qualities while long hair and other "extremes of fashion" are unnatural and unhealthy, according to the lat- est edition of the Soviet maga- zine Health. The magazine added that a man's inclination to a female style of dress has always been a sign of failure and inferiority. ing the Bengali secessionist movement. The Awami League won 167 of the 313 National Assembly seats in last December's election. But the military regime did not allow the assembly to convene, and after civil war broke out last March it outlawed the league. "In the need of the hour we must forget our individual and party politics for the sake of na- tional said a statement issued by the leaders of the six parties whose candidates won only one of the 169 seats con- tested in the East last Decem- bei. In producing the slate, the six parties also snubbed former for- eign minister Xulfiqar all Bhut- to's Pakistan People's party which, with Itl National Assem- bly members from West Paki- stan, is the largest party al- lowed to operate. Meanwhile, t h e Pakistani army claimed Tuesday that In- dian artillery killed 23 Pakistani villagers in shelling more than a dozen East Pakistani settle- ments. A military spokesman said artillery and mortar shells fell along the borders. Pakistani military sources re- ported earlier that 585 persons had been killed this week in fighting with forces from India. KIDNAP PAIR CAPTURED Police surround two men captured after 150-mile chast that began with a grocery holdup in Long Beach, Colif. and the kidnapping of a man and a woman. The hostages, unharmed, sit in car. Ransom of was recovered. IS NOW Check These 25 Sale-Priced Toys and You'll Find That Eaton's Has THE LOW Prices On Christmas Toys! Purchase On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account. 1. Criiiy Doll 8.99 Hair that 'grows' Moveabls limbs Rooted hair booklet 2. Spirograph ft Fascinating designs fi Fun for oil ages Illustrated design 3. The Sizzlen 2.99 4. Betty Rechargeable battery Runs on Hot Wheels or Fast Track Hours of fun Crocker Oven 13.99 Completely safe Includes pans and mixes Heated by SHOO-watt bulbs) not included. 5. Ants In The Pants 6. Sleepytime Doll 8.66 Key Gami 2.99 .Talking Doll 7. Pre-Schooler designed The flipping game Says 11 different basic form educational For four players phrases game. Set of 12 shapes to Helps teach Size high fit colour-matched keyhole co-ordination cnd roof 'hopes. Tonka Trencher 4.99 Jeep Trailer Skidoo 3.99 Creative Blocks 2.99 Girls' Jewel Box 5.98 lighted .nowmobile 3.98 Purse Sot 8. The multi-action toy that digs, hauls, dumps and levels. Complete with lifting mechanism for hard play. 9. Hours of fun for boys. Detailed metal and plastic jeep, trailer hilch, trailer and snow-loving skidoo. 10. 12 mulli-colour grooved blocks snap log ether to form track, car and plane shells. Complete with snap- on motor. Batteries not in- cluded. 4.98 Top Fighters..... 1.99 Wooden Guitar 4.98 11-Inch Dollikins 2.49 11. Floral, leather like vinyl box with drawer. Plays a lilting tune when opened and ballerina dances. Drawer full of play jewellery. 12. On thick rubber treads. Front runners steer, for- ward and reverse lever. Plastic body, windshield a.n d lighted headlamp. Runs on batteries. 13. Girl sized shoulder bag in Red 'Wet Look' vinyl. Jam packed with all the things little girls love. Cosmetic bag, change purso and morel 14. Action packed game for -4. Each has a 'top fighter' complete with spin- ning disc launcher. Who- ever scores 10 points first is the winnerl 15. Great fun! 22 inch, six-string guitar with tun- ing pegs, reinforced bridge, tuning pick and in- struction booklet. Fun for everyonel 16. Moulded plastic doll lhat may be posed in 100 different positions. Wear- ing a kicky-looking lump- suit. She turns, twisli and bends. Canister Vacuum 3.98 Blow-Up Chair Shopping Set "Shoot-A-Picture" 3.99 17. Child sized vacuum operates on 3 batteries (not All-plastic construction, blue nose, red hood and cover over 18. Child In sturdy vinyl. Jusl blow it up, it's all rrody to lounge in. Size 16" x 19" x with gaily printed decora- tion. 19. Litllo rjirls lovo thesel Their very own play purse and shopping bag, with sido umbrnlla, In sturdy vinyl. Bright and colour- ful trims. 20. Treat your children to a Disney sliow. Easy-to- operoto ccssolle plastic projector with .SO full col- our pictures. Tokos 2 bat' tcrios to run. Not included. Telephone Sot 8.98 21. Battery operated Prin- cess phone. White, wash- able plastic with finger- touch dial and pleasant ring signal. Looks liko a scaled down voriion of thft real thing! Cash Register 3.98 "Hang On Harvey" Sorvicn Station 7.99 22. Loam to count with this plastic register with cash drawer. Every 'solo' registers back and front, givos a tear-off tapo re- coipr. 23. Fun for two players. Work "Harvey" down to the bottom of the perforated plastic wall without lofting him falll Sot in sturdy card- board with lithographed stool body and elevator shaft. Cars, attendants and pumps Included. 30 by 17 by 14 inchoi, Snoopy Special 6.98 25. Colourful, high impact plastic tricycle with chrom- ium-plated handlebars and no-mar wheels. Contoured saddle for comfortablo scaling. Toyi, Lower Floor BUY LINE 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday 9 'Til 9. ;