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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IHH3RIDGE HERALD Tnurtday, Sgpttmbtr 14, 1972 EATON'S Adidas is fop the sporting body You're a sporting body Tf you think respect for your body starts wilh the kind of exercise you really need. From start to finish, Adidas lets you give your best and look great doing it. Do it right I Get Adidas and be a good sport! A-5 TRAINING SUIT of double-threaded stretch nylon with warm, fleecy coJIort inside. Zippered jacket has elastic collar, cuffs and waistband. Trousers have permanent crease, double elasticized waistband, leg stirrups and two pockets. Sharp colors, red, marine, blue maroon, royal blue, leaf green, 1 Q QO Sizes for everyone from 5'1" to Price I DELUXE TRAINING SUIT In stretch double thread nylon with finest cotton lining. Jacket divides from top to bottom with zipper. Trousers have leg elas- tic fn steps and two zip pockets. Colors navy, reef, white, powder ond blue, each with white stripes on legs end arms, Eaton's has your size if rtQ QO 9.98 ADIDAS T SHIRT wilh Adidas imprint on front. Colon of red, blue, sky, green end amber rt fn sizes Y. 3. M. L. XI. Price CADET TRAINING SHOES have white split leather uppers with otfractive red and blue stripes. Padded ankle, tongue and orthopedic arch support. 5uclten- grip white soles. Full and half sizes t A QO 2 10 11 .Price IU.70 MPs have advantages in election campaign you're between 5'1" and Price SHELL in feather weight for ocllon, Fashion sleeves, button flared cuff and adjustable waist band. Zippered pocket wilh Adidas emblem. Mandarin sland-up collar with zippered luck-away hood. Blue, red and green outfits have while stripe, outfit has blue stripe. Sizes S. MS. M. ML, L. XL. Price PREP FOOTBALL SHOE with black relief nylon sole ond fine oxhide padded uppen. FuN Achilles tendon protection and polyurelhane clears. Sizes 6 1 O QO to 12 m full and half sizes. Price 10.70 SUPERGRIP BASKETBALL SHOES with hard-wearing gum rubber sole. Fully padded white leather uppers ond bfack trim, full and halF sires 1Q QQ 5 to 13 plus 14 ancf 35. Pries I 7.7O MATCH TRAINING SHOES have heavy convas tops wilh three blue slripes and heel patch. With heavy duly soles and expanded loe caps. Youth sfzes to plus 10-3 in full A QQ ond holf sizes. Adult sizes and half mei plus T3, Price 5.98 ROM TRAINING SHOES in white choice ox hid- uppers with blue stripes and trim. Orthopedic arch support and non-slip saw toorh soles. Full and holf 1 r QO fzes 2 to 13, plus 14 and T5. Pries..... I Sporting Goods, Lower Floor OTTAWA (CP) The Com- mons fast office staff worked overtime until Tuesday clearing a deluge of campaign propa- ganda fee incumbent JIPs using last-minute free-mailing privi- leges. MPs are allowed four free mass mailings to tlicir con- stituents each year, and those with such credit remaining made a last-minute rush on the post office following the federal election call 12 days ago. The mailing privilege expired Mon- day. Not only was the mailing at government expense, but some of. the campaign brochures were prepared by the parlia- mentary printing bureau, an- other subsidized service for MPs. And, although members lost their constitutional status as MPs at the dissolution of Par- liament, they continue to re- ceive their a year salary plus tax-free ex pense allowance until election day. This is in spite of the fact they legally have no more offi cial function than their elec toral competitors. That's probably the biggest campaign advantage for in- cumbent MPs whose opponents iften must abandon their jobs or professions for the duration of UB battle. Commons Law Clerk J. P. Maingot said Tuesday that fed- eral MPs no longer exist now tiat an election has been called. 'Legally, Parliament has jeen dissolved; since there is .16 Parliament, there can he no members of he said. Aside from their salary and mailing privileges, MPs retain their Commons offices and sec- retaries. Many of them use their Ottawa offices and the two secretarial workers pro- vided at government expense as Fecondary campaign head- quarters. At their Commons offices they have unlimited use of free long-distance telephone calling and subsidized meals at the parliamentary cafeterias. Just to make sure that in ctmibent MPs are not trundled off the campaign trail and into Jail for non-payment of debts hey are protected from civil arrest for 40 days after dis- solution. However, they still are lound by criminal law as they are even when the Commons is sifting. A major parliamentary asset ost during the campaign is heir tree air and rail passes. The passes expire with one fi- nal trip to their home riding. MPs re-elected Oct. 30 will suffer a short loss of income since their pay does not resume until after the election writs are returned to Ottawa. That may take a few days to a month, depending on the efficiency of the con- stituency returning officer. But even many losing candi- dates who held office in the dis- solved Parliament will continue to benefit from their parlia- mentary stay. One of the superlatives thai can be claimed for the lasl Parliament is that it producec the best pension plan In Can- its own members. FIRST TAMED Dogs were the first animals tamed by man. New Delhi qiiiet after riot spree NEW DELHI (Hcutcr) Po- ke said New Delhi was quiet joday after four days of riots. 3ut several parts of the city re- mained under orders banning processions and assembly of nore than five persons. The capital has been the scene of sporadic violence since rouble broke out last Saturday over the death of an untouch- able girl. She is alleged to hjve com- mitted suicide by throwing her- self down a well after being re- buffed by her high-caste Hindu headmistress. Angry mobs of untouchables have burnt vehicles, stoned of- fices and clashed with police at several places. DESTROYS TORONTO