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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LO THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID AugUft if'9 MMMine MHunk 4Mt mF WOOLCO -SCHOOL VALUES B CLASS of Easy care Conti' Knits for the well dressed young Long Sleeve Knit with two-tone trim A. A big hit with the campus 'Celera' Fortrel with a mock turtle neck and a front zipper closure. Two-tone trim on collar and pocket. S.M.L Jacquard Cable Knit heads the B. A fashionable look for the mart on the gol Jacquard Cable Knit front has a classic four button plaquet and a pointed collar. Chocolate or Navy. S.M.L.XU Popular Turtle Neck goes with C. The sporty turtle neck is so versatile wear it with jeans or under a sports jacket. This one is made 'Celera' Fortrel and comes in Walnut or Black. S.M.L.XL. Fashion Knit with a Seersucker front D. A Seersucker front gives this knit top marks for Made of 'Celera' Fortrel. Fashion collar has contrast chain stitching in an interest- ing pattern. Red. S.M.L.XL Mock Turtle designed for E. A classic look tn 'Tyeora' Smart contrast trim on ring neck and pocket. Ivory or Black. S.M.L or XL each each each PLAN AVAILABLE see our credit office for complete details. each each Heres a smart way to stay within your A popular style in a knit that's a ite with mert of all agesl Four button plaquet long pointed collar and tide pocket. Many colours. S.M.L.XL. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each We reserve the right to limit quantities. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OP THC IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Whooping it up Brandishing a handful of this old Ojibway goes through his routine at a weekend pow-wow in Ken- Ont. He and hundreds of other Indians from across North America competed for in prize money during the celebrations marking the centennial of tha signing of a treaty between whites end Indians in North- western Ontario. NDP replaces board members VICTORIA Lyle Wicks and F. S. wlio lost their jobs when the provincial government dissolv- ed the Public Utilities Commis- sion earlier 'this now have been replaced on the B.C. Auto- mobile Insurance Board as well. A cabinet order-in-countil shows that Mr. Wicks and Mr. as well as Byron W. have been replac- ed on the which now will consist of chairman J. F. K. vice-chairman E. T. Cantell and member Ray Hadfield. Mr. the former PUC continues as chair- man of the Automobile Insur- ance but with a differ- While he was chairman of the board he re- ceived no pay in addition to his salary as PUC chairman. He now will receive for each day spent on Automobile Insur- ance Board meetings. Mr. provincial super- intendent of contin- ues as and Mr. provincial superinten- dent of motor becomes the board's third member. Mr. Wick said he was sur- prised at the and cavalier displayed by the government over his re- moval from the board. He said he had no knowledge he was being removed front the board until so informed by a reporter. a matter of common decency and common he to inform a person beforehand that he is to be replaced in his job. Mr. WickSj with Mr. applied to the cab- inent recently for permission to sue the government for dissolv- ing the PUC without providing compensation to the commis- sioners. The cabinet refused the application and correspondence has since been exchanged be- tween the two and the attorn- ey-general's Mr. Wicks said. Attorney-General Alex Mac- who signed the order- said the Automobile Insurance Board is designed to continue operating only until next March when the new car insurance scheme comes into effect in B.C. Here's Mare of our imagine Back-to-School Woolco Values PLAN Timely Offer on Men's and Women's Deck Shoes These sturdy good looking casuals are now being offered at a money saving price while there's still time to enjoy the good weotherl They feature heavy canvas pad- ded collar and gum crepe button soles. Whito or Navy Even sizes. Pair 2.88 Men's Suede Casuals High cut Sahara boot In with crepe soles. Sand colour. Full and half tizet A pair KPtaTJEMT STMU Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drivo Wo roMrva Iho right to limit quantitloi ;