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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGI HMALD Awguil 1973 Flying with rock music and organic food SAN FRANCISCO airline's flying stock is painted bright fea- tures rock organic chess and checkers and a format that might allow passengers to play tion on some flights. a one-plane air- line that won its licence last week from the Federal Avia- tion will oper- ate its elderly DC-8 on a travel-club route between the U.S. mainland and Europe. The counter-culture's an- swer to the regularly-sched- uled Freeiandia is tire brainchild of former Wall Street whiz Kenneth Moss. made million playing the stock market by the time he was 26 and dropped out a year later to become a wealthy vagabond. a travel club you need to and if you have we can squeeze you he said. always one more Members who pay the in- itiation fee will be able to fly from Honolulu to San Fran- cisco for from San Fran- cisco to Los Angeles for from Los Angeles to New York for and from New York to Brussels for Moss said. The first flight of Free- iandia will take off from Hawaii later than Sept. and earleir if we reach our minimum membership level of before Moss said. going to be an alterna- tive style of we've even toyed with the idea of talcing off from Hawaii and having something like a bingo game to decide where we should go on the fuel we Moss spent more than COO to buy a DC-8 and a year of time setting up his non- profit corporation. airlines are trapped into a cost but we don't have the the com- or big brother watch- ing us to see that we make that The Canadian Family Store 318- 6th St. S. LETHBRIDGE AUG. 18. WHILE QUANTITIES LAST lovely mud Five-year-old Jo-Ann Swingle enjoys a rather messy to beat the heat in New York. She ignored a nearby shimming poci to wallow in her own private mud puddle. SCHOOL friends oeicjbbocirs Experiment camp' closed police I GIRLS' FALL COATS JL H Perfect for back-1o-school. CHILDREN'S WEAR SION. Switzerland An experimental summer camp in the Swiss Alps has been closed after police found small smok- ing living in dirt and t-ieeping naked together. The Protestant centre in Gen- eva organized the camp for 20 children aged between six and 10 years and placed it under the direction of a psyeho-sociolo- M'ho a team of seven teachers wanted to test theories on helping children develop their full potential. After parents received letters from some of the children com- plaining about the the canton of Valais sent a public health inspector to the Alpine chalet to investigate. The Andre said he had made a surprise visit with a policeman to the camp when the teachers were absent He found it in a state of hellish dis- I He described the scene he and chairs were overturned. Children of five and six were smoking. The whole i place stank to high heaven. The j dishes were unwashed or bro i ken. But most of the children did not seem to be complaining too much and appeared to be in good health.1' The cantonal authorities pro- i tested to the church centre in Geneva and the centre ordered the camp closed. About half the children already had been taken away by then- ents. The told reporters it was false to say the children had been allowed to do as they pleased. One of them principle was to let the children organize themselves according to their capabilities and sense of initiative. That could appear irresponsible to a casual ob- server built v-'as not that at Perfect for back-to-school. casual sporty look is a terrific boot topper or midi length coat. Choose from picid ponyskins. Meltons or leather looks. Sherpa belted quilted lining. Sires E-l-4. U IIS I I lllb 77 TO 28.98 GIRLS' SKI JACKETS Ideal for back-to-schooi topper for fall. Canadian made nylon jackcis. 2 styles to choose from. a. Pile hidden hood and belted b. Rayon slcoli fjr trimmed hood aid belted. Both -feature Tip fronts. 7-14 REG. TO 11.98..................... BOYS' and GIRLS' SKI JACKETS Cuddley warm Jackets for children. Quilted nylon outer with polyester or pile lining .'73 fell colours. 3-6x. REC TO 9.98 an mat 8 rs 6 ae riyiun 77 77 K77 Public beer Hall faces legal woes GIRLS' PANTS A back-to-school must. Modified high rise with waistband .Acrylic Glenchecks and terns. Zip front. Sizes T-M. REG. 7.59............................ GIRLS' SWEATERS An excelelnt selection of pullovers and cardi- gans. Ideal match for pants or sk.rts. Cable shtch or acrylic with embroidered de- sign. Many styles and colors to choose from. 7-14. REG. 3.98............................ LEOTARDS nylon stretch by Canadian maker. Textunzed diamond and and rib patterns. KITCHENER. Ont. The law has run afoul of the law in the case of a proposed police beer hall. It was announced the 350- xusnaixr Waterloo Regional Police Association was ning to operate a 700 seat public beer hall at this year's Oct. 5-13. But the association has since learned its new dub house is in an area of North Dumfries Township where the sale of alcoholic beverages is illegal. An Ontario Liquor Licence Board hearing is scheduled Wednesday in Toronto at which the association hopes to win a dub licence. That would allow the sale of drinks to members and their signed- in but others would have to quench their thirst elsewhere. About the only alternative would be for the association to pay out several thousand dollars to sponsor a plebiscite calling for public sale of alco- holic beverages. CAREERS KIDDIES' 2 to 6 99 DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT MANAGER-BUYER A Calgary based retail organization with con- templated large scale expansion plani and a prei- srtt staff of 400 has a challenging position for a Dry Goods manager. candidate must have extensive experience in retail merchandising plus the ability to effectively supervise staff. will be responsible for all aspects of plus the buying and mer- chandising of high and domestic Compensation will substantial for the right person. Send complete resume Box 136 BOYS' and GIRLS' PANTS Ideal school cants cotton stretch plains and patterns. Yz boxer waist style with T.S fly. 4-6x. REG. TO 3.98 GIRLS' NIGHT GOWNS Snug and warm-cotton flannelette long gowns. Printed feminine styling. 4-6x. GIRLS' SLEEPWEAR Choose a long gown of flannelette or polynosic blend pyjamas. Colorful print pattern. 7-U................................. GIRLS' BODY SHIRTS Compliment your pants with a lonn sleeve oil nylon body- ihirf. Snap crotch. 277 J59 J99 r GIRLS' SWEATERS Perky pullovers and classic cardigans. Acrylic and brushed finish. Assorted 4-ox. BOYS7 SHIRTS Strong blend. Long Plains and patterns. 4-dx. BOYS' UNDERWEAR Canadian made cotton underveits er briefs. only. 4-6x. Pack of 2 033 I77 99e LADIES' WEAR SKI JACKETS This budget minded ski jacket features nylon outer polypropylene padding. Large ets belted and nylon lining. blue M and purple. S.M.L. REG.TO 14.98 I BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL I BLOUSES Perfect pant topper. Polyester knits in a large selection of printed patterns Sizes 10-16. REG. 3.98.......................... PANTS A must for all wardrobes. Double knit acry- pull on style pant. Flare leg. New fall shades. 10-18. KEG. 5.98.......................... PANTYHOSE Top quality cheer nylon. petite medium tail. One size stretch. REG. 99c. SPECIAL................. KNEE HI'S Stock up and savo on these dresi sheer knee hl's. mocca or chocolate. REG. 59c. SPECIAL................. 6 pr. to a ONE SIZE PANTYHOSE One size stretch to fit all. spice or taupe. REG. 59e 6 pr. to a SWEATERS A sweater Ladies and misses sweaters to top off your skirls and suits. Long and short sleeve pull- vests and shrink styles. acryl'C and wool fibres. Many styles and QQ 99 colours to choose from. j KEG. 2.98 la 8.98............ I TO BOYS' WEAR CORD PANTS Stock up and tavel Jean style pant of pin- corduroy. Slight flora leg and belt loops. Assorted colors. 8-14. MANUFACTURED SUGG. LIST WAS 8.95 PULLOVERS Classic style sweater of acrylic fibre. long crew space dye. Assort- ed fall shades. S.M.U REG. TO 5.91 99 PYJAMAS cotton flannelette. Assorted colour- ful 8-16 BRIEFS Colourful cotton briefi with taped S.M.U for POLO PYJAMAS cotton. Machine washable. Clastic waist. Assorted no. 3 J99 J49 USE YOUR CHARGEX MEN'S WEAR SKI JACKETS Instructor length ski jacket at an affordable price. Water rl pellent nylon outer with polprcpylene filler. Zip front and self belt. Assorted fall shades. S M.L.XL. REC. TO 14.98 FISHERMAN KNIT PULLOVERS Timeless cs Classic crew or turtle nock tty'ed with long slccvcr lOO'o cfylic in blue Or brown. S.M.L.XL. REG. 7.9i CASUAL PANTS BVGW.G.- Discontinued lines at a fantastic saving. Brush- ed denim cuffed and good colour selection 28-36 ONLY MAN. TICKETED PRICE WAS 11.98 DRESS SOCKS By 'Jockey' and 'Harvey Woods'. Choose from mid-calf and knee lengths. Assorted colors. 10-12................. pr. BRIEFS Cotton briefs with taped seams for extra fl strength. White only. S.M I....... ''for DRESS SHIRTS Look and feel elegant in a blend shirt. Long 2 button cuff. As- sorted shades. 14Vi to REG. 4.9B SWEAT SHIRTS Acrylic fabric. Long sleeves. Large col- our selection. S-M-L. PYJAMAS Perfect for cool cotton flannel- ette. Assorted patterns .36-44 REG. 3.98 166 348 333 299 YOUNG MEN'S and WCMENS PLAID BAGGIES blend. Belt loops. Large color pat- tern selection. 28 to 38. REG. 14.99 s 5 SHOES LADIES' SANDALS All leather uppers. Sizes 6-10. REG. and 7.99........ 299 ;