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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Soplombcr 29, T970 I Balloon Search Ends NEW YORK (AP) The United States Coast Guard has suspended the search for three balloonists missing in the North Atlantic since last Monday, A spokesman said ali search craft was ordered ashore Satur- day and would resume the hunt if new evidence developed. A coast guard cutter and five planes looked m vain for "a yel- low object with orange lines" and what appeared to be a raft, spotted from the air Friday aft- ernoon. The orange and yellow balloon took off Sunday from eastern Long Island, N.Y., carryin; Rodney Anderson, 32, a Nei York broker; his wife, Parnel Brown Anderson, 28, an ac tress; and Malcolm Brighton 32, a British aeronautical engi neers. They were attempting th first unpowcred balloon crossing of the Atlantic. The gondola their balloon was said to be un sinkable and they had a variet of survival gear. Their last radio dispatch Mon day night said the balloon wa at GOO feet, descending into th ocean in a rainstorm. NATO Defence Study Urged WASHINGTON (AP) An immediate assessment of North Atlantic Treaty Organization de- fences in the Mediterranean is recommended by the anti-sub- marine warfare subcommittee of the House of Representatives. It also says the United States 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean has "serious deficiencies" as a result of reduced operations, de- spite the present Middle East tension and increased Soviet naval operations there. "The greatly increased Sovie naval activities in the Mediter ranean together with the Sovie ability to use the northern shores of Africa on short notice require that there be a reorien tation of NATO defence strat tlie report said. It said Spain should be admit ted to NATO to increase NATO's Mediterranean capabil ity and so should Malta, where NATO anti-submarine warfari operations already are based. East Germany Jails American BERLIN (AP) East Ger- many convicted a young Ameri- can of agitation against the state and sentenced him to seven years imprisonment, in- formed sources confirmed here today. The sentence was considered unusually high for the alleged offence. One source declared: "There has been no parallel to this in recent years." The closed trial of Mark Huessey, 21, Jericho, Vt., a stu dent, began in East Berlin week ago. There were three ses sions and at the last one on Friday, informants said, he was given the seven-year prison term. It was understood that Hues sey was accused of criticizing East Germany and of trying to convince other persons of his viewpoint. Holdup-Slaying Suspect Held WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) Police said William A. Gilday, 41, sought in the holdup-slaying of a Boston police officer, was arrested near here Monday af- ter a chase of about 100 miles. They said Gilday was in a station wagon in which he held two hostages at gunpoint. The hostages wtre reported un- harmed. Gilday was reported arrested shortly after funeral services were completed for Boston Pa- trolman Walter A. Schroeder, 41, the father of nine who was killed Wednesday when respond- ing to an alarm of a bank holdup. Robert Valcri, 21, was ar- rested last week in connection with the slaying-holdup, which police have linked to a radica university campus group. A third suspect, Stanley R. Bond, was arrested Sunday at Grand Junction, Colo., when he attempted to take an airliner to Denver. FBI agents there said Bond was armed when arrest- ed. Fighting Subsides In Asia SAIGON (AP) Fighting nibsided throughout Indochina Monday with only small and iso- lated war actions in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. In other developments, how- ever, the United States revealed It is using well as reconnaissance missions over Cambodia. The Cambodian high com- mand also conceded that Viet- namese Communists had set up some effective Cambodian mili- tia and village governments which are opposed to the Phnom Penh regime. A Cambodian spokesman said almost all the government's current efforts have been turned toward pacification of villages recently under Communist con trol. Most Unorthodox Funeral TACOMA, Wash. (AP) It was a loud yet sombre proces- sion motorcy- cles escorted the body of a 18-year-old member of a Tacoma motorcycle club to the cemetery. Bikers from as far away as Oregon, California and Minne- sota came to pay their re- spects in what became per- haps the most unorthodox fu- neral seen here in recent years. The funeral ceremony was for Charles McGraw, shot Sat- urday in what police have ruled self defence- The three-block-long proces- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 sional from the funeral home to the cemetery was slow and well synchronized as 50 mo- torcycles followed the hearse in pairs. At the grave side, as Rev. A a 1 b u e ended the Lord's Prayer, a keg of beer was set near the coffin. The glasses filled, including one placed on the head of the coffin, a final solemn toast was made to "the best biker that ever was." After the toast, the people decided they had come to bury their friend and were not leaving until this had been done. With the aid of a sur- prised funeral director, Mc- Graw's young friends lowered the casket into the earth. UNBEARABLE HEAT The temperature of the sun's corona sizzles at three to four million degrees fahrenheit. U.S. Raihvays Seek Increase WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. railways are asking for a fifth increase in freight rales in four years. Contending that inflation and Increased labor costs have wiped out all gains from pre- vious increases, railways .in the eastern and western United States are seeking a 15-per-cent rale boost. Southern railways are asking for a six-per-ccnt across-the- board increase until next Feb. 28, plus a permanent 15-per-ccnt iiicreast In coalhauling charges. The Interstate Commerce Commission, which scheduled a hearing today, is studying all freight raics. But unless the study brings put evidence pre- viously unavailable to the ICC, history indicates the increases will be allowed. LARGEST GAINS Of (he new Immigrants settling in Ontario during the largest gains were from Uie West Indies, up 70 per cent. American Explorer Plans New Antarctic Expedition EDMONTON (CP) An Am- erican explorer who led a suc- cessful snowmobile expedition to the north pole in 10G8 says his party lias a "burning desire" to be the first men to reach boll] poles. Ralph Plaisted, 42, Duluth, Minn., says he has the men, supplies and equipment ready [or an Antarctic expedi t i o n which has been planned De- cember-January. Attending the Internal i o n a 1 Snowmobile and Winter Fun Show here during the weekend, Mr. Plaisted said final clear- ance for the trip to the south pole depends on transportation from New Zealand. He said he lias approached Shutouts Comes Hard During Ihe first half of iiie American season Stan Bahnsen Fritz Peterson wore the only New York Yan- kees lo register shutouts. the United States armed forces which fly regularly into the Ant- arctic. With one aircraft they could transport the expedition to the base camp at McMtircte Sound. However, Mr. Plaisted said this clearance has not been granted so far. Wind might be the major problem during a south pole trip. "It can get to 100 miles an hour and at 40 to 50 below zsro the wind chill can be pretty rough." Experiences during the 43- day mile trip to the north pole and return indicate the Antarctic trip will not be easy. "However, we have a burning desire to be the first men to reach both poles." WOMAN WON POST Irene Parlby, who served as minister without portfolio in the Alberta cabinet until 1935, was the second woman in the British Commonwealth to hold a cabi- net seat. Trans Canada Hurry M Sale Continues 'til Saturday, October Recheck Eaton's Trans-Canada Safe Flier Save on Deep Pile Nylon Broadloom! Reg. 9.95 sq. yd. "Casual Touch" is deep, dense, and shaggy! Highly resistant to stains, soil marks and matting. Choose from a rainbow of colours. SALE, sq. 'yd............... O Floor Coverings, Second Floor Handy Door Mirror is Budget-Priced! Premium quality sheet glass goes into this handy 16" x 48" mirror. Has smooth edge, complete with hanger. Gives full view for grooming chock-upsl Specially priced.. SALE, each Mirrors, Second Floor Now! Floor Lamps Reasonably Priced Jergens Lotion is Rich and Creamy! Jergens has extra-softening action that makes your hands silky smooth never stickyl 10.5 fl. oz. size comes with handy dispenser. Women's Leotards at Reduced Price SALE, each 79' Sundries, Lower Floor Reg. 2.99 io 3.79. Take this chance to save on stretchy microknit nylon tights. Choose proportioned sizes S-M-L-XL in beige, taran green, and black. SALE, pair Women's Wear, Main Floor :d sizes S-M-L-XL in 2.09 p.79 to mm Foaming Bath Oil Is Economy Sized Buy our large 64 oz. size and save delicately scented foaming bath oil lends a light, feminine touch to both time. 4 ,Q0 Assorted fragrances. 1 SALE, each I Sundries, Lower Floor Versatile floor lamps have brass plated metal base and fittings with sleek centre wood break. Beige colour drum shade and trilire socket. Bulb gj V QQ extra. Save now! SALE, each 17 New, Contemporary Swag Style Lamps! You'll love them I Each has shiny- acrylic hemisphere with white ringed dif- fuser. Shaa'e has 15" diameler; choose yours In red, tangerine, 4% QQ or royal blue. SALE, each ..............Wltai Lamps, Second Floor Kitchen Tool Set from Haddon Hal! Reg. 4.98. Save! Custom stainless steel with gold coloured plastic handles. Con- sists of masher, ladle, solid turner, basting spoon, slotted spoon, two tine ffa QQ Crest Toothpaste For Your Family! Stock up on new mint or regular flavours. Crest toothpaste cnotains fluoris- tan helps to keep teeth white and reduce cavities! Family size. SALE, each Sundries, Lower Floor Scope Mouthwash in 17-oz. Bottle Save on the large 17-or. family sizel Scope mouthwash freshens your breath, kills germs that could be infectious. A worthwhile 4 29 buy! SALE, each Sundries, Lower Floor Poppycock Candy's Specially Priced! fork, and six-hook SALE, each Housewares, Lower Floor H Off! Efficient Cast Iron Mincer Reg. 4.98. Food mincer has heavily tin- ned cast iron hopper; knives and plates of high grade steel, fitted to body by plastic bushing. 4% 4Q With table cover. SALE, each ha Housewares, Lower Floor Butter crunchy Poppycock is a delicious sweet containing giant pecans and monds. Vacuum-packed to pro- tect the flavour. 10-oz. tin SALE, each Candies, Lows Floor is uuu ui- Popular Assorted Licorice Candies You're bound to appreciate Bassetts licorice allsortsl They're imported fresh from England right lo you. Buy them at our low price. 2-lb. baa. SALE, each.......... Candies, Lower Floor yuu, ouy Off! Women's Slippers Regular 5.00. Relax! Here's a low clear- ance price on women's soft, supple slippers. Broken style and colour range in sizes S-M-L. Come early for best selection. SALE, pair Accessories, Main Floor Shell Sweaters at Special Low Price Reg. 2.99 to 3.79. An Inexpensive top for your skirts and slims! "Orion" or Fjlsetta shells have back zipper closing; come in navy. 5-M-L. SALE, each Sportswear, Main Floor Clearance! Fine Quality Blouses Reg. 5.50 to 16.00. Wow! Great buy on cotton or acetate blouses! Mostly long sleeves prints or plains, tailored or lace trims. 4% QQ Misses' 10 to 18. SALE, each V !o Sportswear, Main Floor Crimplene Dresses in Autumn Shades Washable, wearable crimp knits can be yours at a saving! Your choice of as- sorted short-sleeved styles in navy, gold, burgundy, and teal. Sizes 10 QQ to 18 arid to 1 SALE, each.............. I W DresseSjMain Floor Panties and Vests For Little Girls Well-known Carter's underwear for little girls in interlock cotton knit warm panties and vests in sizes 4 to 6x. Assorted colours. jfk Jt QQ Stock up! KS J SALE for I Children's Wear, Main Floor Girls' White Stag Bulky Pullovers! Rep. 10.00. Here's outstanding Value In girls, colourful pullovers of bulky knit fabric. Turtle neck, long sleeves. Horizon stripes on white background. AQ Sizes S-M-L SALE, each Girls7 Pile Parka Has Contrast Trim Savel Cosy hooded parka of thick acrylic pile has contrasting hood and front trims. Rayon quilt lining, slide fas- tening closure. Brown, green, jfl mm QQ blue. Sizes 7 to 14. B SALE, each 15 Winter Jacket Has Fake Fur Trimming Reg. 14.99. You save 3.00! Little girls' fun coat of water-repellent nylon fea- tures simulated mouton trim. Rayon quilt fining, front zipper. Green, ,M QQ blue, brown. Sizes 4 to 6x. SALE, acich.............. I I Girls', Children's Wear, Main Floor Men's Dress Shirt Has Bold Stripes! Reg. 9.001 Low-priced, easy-care, with con- temporary stripes! Perma-Press cotton in regular cut or taper. Double cuff, pointed collar. Assorted BB QQ stripes. Sizes UVi to 16'. SALE, each W Outstanding Price on Summer Jackets Reg. 12.95 to 16.98. End-of-season clear- ance lets you save on young men's nylon squalls and cotton poplins. Good rango of styles and colours. Broken 4% QQ sizes so hurry in! SALE, each................ W Men's Wear, Main Floor Boys' Footwear at Clearance Prices! Reg. 7.98 io 11.98. Save now on hard- wearing shoes for school or dress wear. Assorted sizes, black only. Composition soles, leather uppers. QQ QQ ALL SALES FINAL. IVVtf JC SALE, each %r to W Shoes, Main Floor Boys' Flare Pants Now Sale Priced! Reg. 5.98. Jean style pants have popular flare bottoms. Cotton twill with two scoop front pockets, belt loops, snap fasteners. Sizes 14, 16, 18 only m A assorted colours. SALE, pair Boys' Wear, Floor No Down Payment No Payment til January, 1971 on new accounts or increase in payments on open accounts 'til "Existing Budget Charge Accounts. There Budget Charge Aecotrnts. No monthly menl until January, 1971 as 3 result of shy pur chases made during the period from Scpt.28ln 'Regular servfre charges be ddded on the thrmmh Nov 21st, 1STO, wontniy nalance of each account from time of purchase. WIN A TRIP FOR TWO TO JAPAN! VIA JAPAN AIR LINES Contest forms and Details Available at EATON Stores in Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deei, Hatand Lethbridge. Wednesday Morning Specials. Shop 9 A.M. to Noon. Buy Line 328-8811. a? WES TEE K WE SB and THE INDIAN COWBOY RODEO ASSOCIATION Proudly Present THE INTERNATIONAL ALL-INDIAN INDOOR RODEO and SI OCT. 2-3-4 FRIDAY AT 8 P.M. SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. SUNDAY AT 2 P.M. IN THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Bareback bronc riding Calf roping Saddle bronc riding Steer wrestling Jr. Girls' Barrel Roeing TROPHIES FOR AIL EVENTS Sr. Girls' Barrel Racing B s id, a Team Brahma bull riding Only the top 10 finalists in each event will be competing RODEO STOCK-FROM McGOWAN RODEO ANNOUNCER-BILL HOLT, MISSOULA, MONT. OVER IN PRIZE MONEY ADDED EVENTS: Joe Saddleback and his world famous dance with his two sens. Miss Laverna McMastcr, Miss Indian Princess of Canada. Blood Indian Dance Group (all under 6 years) Mickey Bagncll, Rodeo Clown and Bullfighter Advance Tickets on at Herb's Western Wear, Club Cigar Marcel'i Smoke Shop and Doug'j Music and Sporfi Adulfs Students (13-18 with cards) Children (12 and under accompan led by parents) FREE FRIDAY IS FAMILY NIGHT MANr WIFE and 2 STUDENTS --VJ-..-1 i- -X-.-'. ivi ;