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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 UTHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday, April 76, 1973----- COTTAGE FIX OLCO AIL YOUR UNDER ONE ROOF AT SIBLE PRICE! 6 Piece Screwdriver 5et 3 regular. I Pnilipi, 1 Robert. SET 1.77 Medicine Cabinet Mirror door. Mounts flush, ,nom., 4_44 Decorative Wall Plates Assorted toggle and Duplex, EACH Aborted comb. 4 ond double. EACH I AntiqueJ Mail Box Ranch !lylc, 15 x 7 x 2V, 3 colours. C A A EACH 3i1t Tool Box Heavy du'y. Blue only. 20 X 8'j x 6 Q7 EACH O.3 I Appliance Rollers 2 per set, 800 Ib. JJ Q capacity. SET I Aluminum Door 32x80" Choose plain aluminum or While Enamel finish. Self-storing screen, com- plete wilh hardware and swcop. Righr or left hand, grill extra. EACH 24.97 White Enamel Finish EACH 27.97 Accessories FOR ALUMINUM DOOR Knob latch, push but- ton latch, pneu closer. Your Choice Ea atic ce ch I Metal Cabinets To Save Space WARDROBE, double door with mirror, WARDROBE, double door with mirror, finished in Brown. EACH BASE CABINET with White Arborile lop, 2 shelves. EACH 39 BOOKCASE Walnut finish. 64" x 30" x CHINA CABINETS White enamel finish. 60" x 30" 38.88 49.88 13 Drill Bits Set Spacemaker Shelving Units Keep Things Tidy! Three or six-shelf models both "wnlnul grained "finish and black me la I standards, Shelves measure Units may be joined or slacked. Ceramic Tile Trim All In Stylish Knotty Ponderosa Pine Solid Value Unfinished Furniture A. 28" BOOKCASE, doors I.. NIGHT TABIE drawer, moa- B. 3-DRAWER CHEST, EACH D. ID-DRAWER DOUBLE DRESSER, f. SINGLE PEOESTAl DESK me lures If EACH Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Shopping Mall lllMdyor Magrath Drive PIONEER LODGE "GARBATHON" Saturday, April 29, 1972 Support University, High School ond Nursing Stu- dents in their to help clean up litter and g-rbage in Lelhbridge. Offer your support by phoning 327-0971 or 328.9360 ond pletlge on hourly rate, "THINK LITTER AllY" Oil find search OTTAWA (CP) Paimrclic Oils Lid. has made Iwo new oil discoveries in (lie Arclic Is- lands, Hie company and North- ern Affairs Minister Joan Chre- tien announced Tuesday. Panarctic president Charles Hetherington gave details of the finds in Calgary while in Ottawa Mr. Chretien said in a state- ment (lie discoveries were fur- ther significant evidence of (tie North's natural resource poten- tial. The oil finds were near well Panarctic Tenncco Tlior P-38 on Ellef Rignes Island, where natu- ral gas was discovered earlier, and at well Panarctic Romulus C-52 on Ellesmere Island. Mr. Heltierington said (he dis- c o v e r i o s would undoubtedly spur the search for oil and gas throughout the Central Sver- drup Bnsin. Files notice of appeaJ CALGARY (CP) Douglas Bruce Agate, 2V. of Calgary, convicted ol Ilic non-capital murder of a motorcycle chib leader, filed notice of appeal in Alberta Supreme Court here. He was sentenced to life im- prisonment last rnontli. David James Kuntz, 21, Ger- ard Alyre Lcblanc, 29, both of Calftary, and Ronald J o tl n pale, 24. of Red Deer arc seek- ing reversals o f their man- slaughter convictions in con- nection with the case. Three oilier men are serving manslaughter terms after the joint trial. Another three were acquitted, All belonged to the Grim lleapers Motorcycle Club and were charged with non-capital murder following the death of r Ronald George Hartley. 23, of Calgary, president of "the Out- casts Club. HAIR DEDUCTION The Australian government is considering allowing wigs as an income tax deduction in cases where baldness is caused hy illness. IT'S EVERYWHERE You can't even take a quiet stroll in Toronto's High Park with- out passing piles of garbage as Metro's strike of garbage collectors enters its third week. An estimaled tons of refuse have now piled up in Toronlo with no relief (CP Wirephoto) No health hazard exists as garbage piles grow TORONTO (CP) No health hazard exists in Metropolitan Toronto despite the growing pies of garbage in parks and other open areas caused by a strike of garbagemen, Metro health officers said today. "We have to distinguish be- tween unsightliness and un- pleasant smell anrt a hazard to said Dr. W. E. Mc- Bean, medical officer of health for the borough of York. York and London have had strikes of garbagemen that lasted weeks and I've n e v c r heard of an actual case of a hazard lo health reported there." Dr. George Sweet, health offi- cer for North York, said eineu- gency garbage dumps are regu- larly inspected and sprayed lo dsconrage animals and insects. REJECTS SUGGESTION Meanwhile, Pat O'Keefe, na- tional representative of the Ca- nadian Union of Public Employ- ees, said today he objects to a suggestion by Mayor Philip White of the borough of York that a new mediator be chosen to try to end the strike. "To keep bringing in new me- diators will just inhibit our chances of settling this he said. The strike hy the mem- bers of CUPR Local 4.1 involves street cleaners, water and sew- age workers, parks employees and ambulance drivers as well as the garbagemen. Talks broke off Monday night after a meeting with provincial media- tors. The workers earn 53.58 an hour and want an increase of 38 cents an hour in each y e a r of a two year contract. Municipal bargainers have of- fered IB cents in tlie first year and 15 in the second. ONLY PIR YARD Available in tlie latest spring shades Use Your Woolco Charg6 for These Fabric Values. Printed Anfron Jersey A rirsl qualily Anlron Acelore blend (hat's greol for dresses, (ops. separ- ates. 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So tosy ond comfortable ro wear, and denim is righf fr> jiyle this year! A must for sportswear our oewesf now-iofours- Machine waish, drip dry. Your Chotco nl ONf l Qjr LOW PRICE Yd, I Open Daily 9 o.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday ond Fnday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;