Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
36 TMI LETHBRIDOE HERAID Tuwdoy, April 1773 MEMO: To Those Who Were n- The -Go Today About 4 out of 10 of You reading this were not "at home" during the day You were working at your job went over to Aunt Matilda's took the kids to the movie went to your church society's meeting played bridge at the Smith's went shopping worked for your favor- ite charity ANYWAY, you weren't home. You missed out on a few things. No phone calls, door- to-door salesmen, radio or TV programs! But you didn't miss your daily paper for HERE it is! full of interesting news about folks you know feature stories city briefs world news social items provincial news interesting and informative advertisements new style notes editorials. So SIT BACK AND RELAX and read what's going on as you can in no other manner. Your Copy Of The Utlibridge Herald Is Always There Awaiting your convenience! Ready for the throngs With the touriit Mason on the Southern Alberta horizon, deserted picnic tables and desolate pork benches will become thing of the past until first frost of fall. City parks crews are already busy sprucing up shrubs, gardens and lawns for influx of visitors which be- gins between Easter, and the May 24th weekend. Dears Soak up great value in these leather-look pant coats of shiny polyureihane-coated cotton witn nylon taffeta linings. We've got a great collection of styles...single or buttoned or snapped, belted or not. Soms have interesting novelty pockets, some have the good old patch style! Hurry down soon! Wipe clean with damp clotn. Navy, red or white. Sizes Laoies1 Coats STORE HOURS Open Ooily 9 30 a m to 5 30 p m 9.30 am 9 p m On're VjT'pg?