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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Auguil 1973 I SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE on Sale Aug. 4th. LIMITED QUANTITIES COTTON PRINTS -Washable fabric wide ____yd. DOUBLE KNITS -Washable -Reg. ACRYLIC PLAIDS wide -Washable CLEARANCE LADIES' SHORTS sizes MISSES' KNIT TOPS -Sizes S-M-L TODDLERS' TERRY SETS 3-6x FNFANTS' PANT and TOP SET 18-24 months 1.97 GIRLS' SANDALS -Size 11-3 -White with Navy 257 LADIES' SANDALS -Cork sole -Size 5-9 5.33 STRETCH TERRY wide patterns yd. 1.33 CRIMPKNET -Discontinued colors QUILT BAITS polyester fibre ____ MISSES' TANK TOPS nylon -Sizes S-M-L ____ LADIES' Opaque Panty average and tall for 4-6x CHILDREN'S 2-PCE. SHORT SETS 1 INFANTS' SUN SUITS -Size 12-14 1 LADIES' CLOG SHOES -Size 5-8 LADIES' SUMMER SANDALS -Size 5-9 -Red Navy Stripes 2. MEN'S HI-RISE JEANS -White only -Cuffed BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS -Size 8-16 LADIES' ANTRON PANTIES -Assorted colors -SireS-M-l____ 47 MEN'S Dress or Casual Pants Less Than Half Price CLEARANCE LADIES' SLIMS ASSORTED BLOUSES .00 and MW 4 5 MISSES' COTTON SHIFTS -Sleeveless -Assarted styles -Size S-M-L located in Tellers Shopping Centre on Mayer Magrath Drive. Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. Festival hassle smoothed over BANFF The director of the Banff Dr. David says Canadian play- wright George Ryga's decision to withdraw his most recent play from the 1973 Banff Festi- val of the Arts was on a combination of misinformation and Dr. Leighlon made the state- ment following a meeting Tues- day with Mr. Ryga during which the playwright agreed to rescind his withdrawal of the Portrait of Angelica. The agreement was reached after Dr. Leighton said he would set up a student-faculty headed by Milton Williams of the music depart- to review the expulsion of two Indian students from the school. Mr. Ryga said Monday he would withdraw the play from the centre-sponsored festival bs- cause of the administration's expulsion of the two students from the Cold area on of possible posses- sion and use of The an instructor at the Banff School of Fine said the handling of the incident was administrative and only one of a num- ber of occurrences which have caused him to become dis- illusioned. is no longer a school for the development of a Cana- dian said Mr. Ryga is primarily a ho- tel complex with an expensive summer school to take up the slack He also expressed concern that some members of the ad- ministration earn of the highest corporate salaries in the while service staff at or near the minimal industrial He added that he had not yet been paid for his which is to open at the festival Aug. 4 to 18. Dr. Leighton described Mr. Ryga's comments as not true. has been a problem he said. are made without anyone both- ering to inform themselves on what is really going GEORGE RYGA Dr. Leighton declined to dis- cuss the expulsion of the two students but said Mr. Ryga p.greed at the meeting Tuesday that the matter was of being resolved internally. will be a review of the procedure to ex- to show everybody that it was just. And I am quite con- fident that any reasonable hu- man being will see that I was Dr. Leighton also said Mr. Ryga's criticism of adminis- trative salaries was incorrect. do not draw salaries equal to the highest corporate salaries in the country. Among service only tem- porary summer staff work near the minimum wage while full time staff range well above And he said the centre has commissioned Mr. Ryga two years running to write Ca- nadian indicating in- creased efforts to encourage the development of Canadian cul- ture. Aspirin dethroned as poison king By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Vallum the most widely-prescribed has deposed baby aspirins as the king of poisons in ac- cording to the latest poison con- trol statistics published by the health department. And LSD and. related psy- chedelic drugs have also made another dramatic jump in the poison coming in third behind baby the 1971 statistics reveal. But on the bright side of there is now evident across Canada is significant de- cline in poisonings involving baby adult and pain-killer products con- taining acetylsalicylic generally. The decline seems to be the result of a number of control measures initiated in recent including use of safety packaging and labelling changes. With the dethroning of aspirin as poison there is perhaps more disturbing trend developing in Canada. Poison- ings more and more are in- volving and poisonings more and more are related to attempted suicides and to drug abuse. Li the when aspirin and Javex ruled the bulk of poisonings involved preschool children. This more recent trend to- wards older age groups is also reflected in the fact that there are more deaths resulting from poisonings. Involved in such deaths were Valium and several other which is also known as metli- amphetamine and heroin. The poison control statistics also reveal that poisonings from other narcotics and tranquilizers oc- curred primarily among fe- males. Poisonings from other am- alcohol and sol- such as those used in glue were more com- mon among males. The report explains that the rate among females is related to the higher in- cidence of intentional self-poi- son i observed among women. Protestants create fuss BELFAST Militant Protestant representatives created an uproar Tuesday at the first meeting of Northern Ireland's new legislative assem- bly. The Protestants refused to ac- knowledge the legitimacy of the new tried to block its election of presiding officers and held a rump parliament after all others had left. The which the Brit- ish hope will give the province's Roman Catholic minority a greater say in is strongly opposed by militants led by Rev. laa Paisley and William a former minis- ter in the old Stormont Parlia- ment. Nathaniel a moder- ate was elected to side over the new assembly. Neiv landing o regulations announced OTTAWA Planes landing at Canadian airports will come in at a steeper angle in Transport Minister Jean Marchand announced Tuesday. He said this country is adapt- ing an internationally-accepted standard of three degrees above 'the horizontal as the nominal glidepath angle at airports where an instrument landing system is in operation. It has been 2.5 degrees. The transport department said the steeper angle offers several one being uniformity with other countries. Others are better radio signals and clearance of surface ob- stacles. In the steeper ap- proach reduces the ground area affected by aircraft an important factor in urban areas. Mr. Marchand said of the three-degree angle will be starting with new ILS installations. J SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Merchandise on Sale Aug. 4th. LIMITED QUANTITES 7-PCE. FRONTIER COOKWARE SET Only COLEMAN COOLER JUG WEEKEND PROPANE KIT -Includes Lantern -2 Only DOUBLE SIZE SLEEPING BAG -Zipper closure CAMP COT -Heavy duty canvas -Suspended on coil spring SMOKER WAGON BARBECUE spit -Reg COLEMAN JUG band spoyt size 4.44 SLEEPING Polyester wool SLEEPING -Reg. PUP TENT -3 Only box tires handle WAGON VINYL BALL GLOVES -Right hand only -Reg. 1. ZELLER COLOUR FILM -126 Cartridge -12 Exposuer OPAQUE GARDEN HOSE -Reg. .96 Decorative Fencing -White wagon wheels -Only............. 10'x20' SWIM POOL -Reg. OFFICIAL SIZE VOLLEY BALL SET -Heavy mesh with poles DARE CANDIES Bananas Circus Peanuts iHilbs. ow 2 7-PCE. PRO-LINE GOLF SET -Reg. GARDEN HOSE -Reg. DANDELION RAKE -S' Handle Teeth IfclS TRANSPARENT GARDEN HOSE -Reg. 1.96 WEEDEX BAR broad leaf weeds -Reg. BAMBOO RAKE -4' rake -Wire reinforced -Reg. 84c TRANSPARENT GARDEN HOSE -Reg. 1.96 WEEDEX BAR -Clover and chick- weed control -Reg. 444 Located in Zelfers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Dally 9 a.i to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;