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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thuruiiiy, Auiiusl 19, 1971 Car owners risk death Nli-West dare you to shoot CHIEF THUNDERBIRD Foot-stomping Alberta Pro- gressive Conservative leader Peler whoops it up during the Indian Days celebration in Hobbema. The Conservative chief was named honorary Chief Thunder- bird by Chief Ncrman Yellowbird who presented the Conservative leader wlh a fealhered headdress. WASHINGTON (Al'j Con- sumers Union says i[ its sam- pling of Hit- ChrvniloL I on Die is iTpro-' i nlaliu1, .sonic owners uf tin1 car now drivu at great jn t'oltl or uct ivt'fllhcr. I he reason: Kxpasurc Lo ox-; cxs ive levels of poisonous cat1-! boil monoxide-. Cl', n lost ing nd il found that passengers in of 221 Con-airs wore exposed Lo Ihe excessive levels. 'It's quiio CU said Tuesday, "thai some Cor- in (nuier.s now drive at great in cold or we I weal her, when Lhey're likely lo shut Hie i n d o w s and turn on llic heater.'' CU said the Con'air licalcr is so conslnicLiMl that it will ''al- most inevitably" blow odorless, colorless carbon monoxide inio t h e passenger coinparlment a small leak develop in the engine's gaskcling or ox- haust system." ii Tbo organization said I hat, in the 221 it tested, 23 produced carbon monoxide con- centrations in Ihe passenger compart men I in excess of part.s per million, the recom- mended maximum set by the American Conference of Gov- ernmental Industrial CU also replied that !hc Au- tomobile Club of Missouri re- cently tested 52 Con-airs and found have earhon monoxide cuneen- j [rations of more Ihan ppm in, the passenger compartmenl. The lesliug oi'gajiization .said; the National Highway Traffic j Safely Administration should re- quire. Corvair's maniifaclurer. Ccncral Motors, to notify all Corsair owners that a defect ex- ists. A spokesman said publi- cation of [lie CU data prior (o !be NHTSA's release of its own findings ".sl.rongly suggests that a derogatory report may have been the main objective of the as part of Ui'.lph Nader's eonliniiing vendetta against the Corvair." Nader is a director of CU. The spokesman also said GM lacks the data lo assess Ihe va- lidity of ClT'.s lest results. He reileraLcd GM's position on Cor- vair's engine fumes: None will on I or the passenger compart- ment "if (he vehicle is properly maintained and in good working order." income up CALGARY (CP) _ Nii-wcsl Development Corpcralion l.ld. earned 01- 2G mils a j share (luring the six months I I ended June 30, ;m increase [ram or zn cenls n share [rom tlie first half last year. The income was on a gross revciv.ic of up from Nn-Wesl is basically a house building firm bill also has in- teresls in landscaping and ccm- pnler scivicos. HEIGATE, England (AP) "I dare you to shoot Stan- ley Kennedy told a neighbor who poked his hunting rifle over the garden fence. A niinule later, three people lay dead in a fusillade of shots. They were Kennedy and his wife Daphne, botb and Hie neighbor William Hall, 54. A coroner's court heard Wednesday of the feud between Ihe two families wiio lived side by side on a wealthy housing es- tate near here. It ruled that Hall murdered [he Kennedys and then commit-1 led suicide. The shootings oc- curred last month. Mrs. Mary Hall told the court her went out to shoot a squirrel in file garden and was taunted acrcss the fence- by Kennedy with a dare to slioot him instead. The court was told (.he argu- ment between the families started over where the fence be- tween their gardens should bo located. The government closed brolhels in Rabat, Morocco, in I95B. Strip mine authority proposed New Democrats in government would lend the way in educating people about environmental control and in strictly enforcing pollution control standards. Land reclamation, recycling, filtration, and odor control would receive top IrTlETHBRIDGE EAST vote DOUG POiLE LETHBRiDGE WEST vote KLAAS BUUERT PINCHER CREEK vote DR. CLARENCE SMITH LITRE BOW vote EDWARD RODNEY MACLEOD vote DR. SID CORNISH Inserted by Ihe Alberta New Demodalic Parly 319 5th Street S., Lethbridge CALUAKY (CP) The Al- berta government should en- force sLricL regulalimis and use environment fonservalioi) authority lo regulate strip min- ing reclamation procedures, says the Alberta Fish and Game Association. President Tom O'Kecfc of Calgary said the authority could approve all reclamation i procedures in advance and rule on whether work was salisfac- tory. "Surface reclamation at the present time is at Ihe discretion of the various inspectors of the department of lands and forests who operate without Ihe benefit of specific regulations Before additional mines arc allowed near Caiunorc, at the eastern edge nf Bannff Na- tional Park, engineering sur- veys of all reclamation work should be registered as caveats against mineral surface leases. he said. This would ensure procedures an: followed. A lawsuit brought against Premier Harry Strom claiming damages of SI for allowing a strip mine near Cnnmore was dismissed Tuesday in Alberta Supreme Court. Remember? He was all bronze, biceps and ten feettall-and no bully kicked sand in your face while he was around. Yesterday's heroes had a style all their own-and a beer all their own: Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. And it's still going strong today, still slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest, old-time flavour. Help yourself! TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE MOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE EATON'S back-to school Women's Panty Hose A very necessary back-to-school item and now offered lo you at a very special saving. New Fruil of the Loom panly hose are fashioned of micro- mesh nylon, and come in two differenl slyles. Sheer to the wnist for wear with shorter skirts and "Hot or wilh reinforced panty section for more dura- bilily. Assorted colours come in two sizes, A (95 to 125 and D (125 to 155 Regular 1.49 lo 1.79. SALE, pair.......... Junior Miss Panty Hose Specially designed for Junior figures and small women who find other slyles loo large, ihese Junior Miss panly hose have a reinforced panly section, nude heel, and reinforced loe. In sizes of A (60 lo 95 Ibs.) and B (95 to 125 and in assorled col out 5. Take advanlage of the half price sav- ing offered here. Regular 99c. SALE, pair Hosiery, Main Floor Clearance Girls' Hose Reduced one ihird for I his clearance, the selec- tion includes an assortment of anklels, and knee highs, in many popular styles and colours. Sizes 3 to 1 1 collectively. Regular 50c to 2.00. Hlfil i Girls' Wear, Mam Floor Misses' Patent Shoes Half Price Siylish footwear for school or dress wear. Slip- on T-sirap ,and sling back styles, have long wear- ing composition soles and heels, and smoolh patent lealher uppers. Sizes 11'2 (o 3 collectively. All .su'es Regular 4.98 lo 5.98. HALF-PRICE SALE, pair Clearance Teens' Skirts Just in time for back-to-school, we are offering of teens' skirts, ail drastically a wide selection or Teens skirts, ali drastically re- lo clear. Many styles and colours to choose duced 10 cicar. styles and cole from, in sizes 3 lo 14x colleclively. Tak advantage of the savings here, js. Regular 5.95 lo 8.95. SALE, each It-en Wuur, Mail SALE Boys' Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Fashioned from permanent press forlrel and coMon, these body fitting shirts have long point collars, button front' and corne in plains, fancies and patterns. Choose several at this substantial sav- O.99 and ing. Sizes B lo 16. Regular 3.9B and 4.98. SALE, each Boys' Tee-Kay Pants A great buy on an assortment of plain, stripe, denim, and hopsack pan Is. Moslly flare leg, but some in a tapered slyle. In sizes 8 lo 16 249 M 49 1 to "r Boys' Flannelette Pyjamas Cotton and polyester blond in easy care per- manent press, have button front and drawstring waist. Assorted colours in fancy terns. Sizes 8 to 16. Regular 2.99. SALE, pair Boys' Main Floor Clearance Wallets and Clutch Purses Wallets in Morocco leather with dome closing card folder, and women's clulch purses in genuine dark brown patent, are offered at a special saving. Regular B.OO and 9.00. SALE, each Jewellery, Main Floor Attache Cases A well constructed 5" moulded attache case, three cxlra heavy stay open hinges, moulded lug- gann handle, interlocking aluminum frame, and 2 locks wilh key. Choose from black or olive. SALE, each Remington Monarch Typewriter Two only available and priced lo clear at this low selling. Features all metal case, 86 character keyboaid, key sel tabulator, touch control, 3-posilion ribbon. Complete with flf! luggage slyle carrying case. Regular 99.50. SALE Sioiiontfy, Floor Now Open in the Men's Wear Department on Hie Main Floor Righi on wiih I he la lest in mod slyles for guys and gals, loo. Jeans, ihirls, bcl s, watch bands, and pou'Chcs, all designed with iho young in mind. Stylos by HIS, Levi, Lees, G.W.G. and Leeds, nlso shirl styles by California and Lancer. Come in visil our bright new pnnl slop, crealo n now you from our fashion 'favourilcs. Men's Wcnr, Main Floor Shop Ealon's tonight til 9 and Friday 9 'til 9. Buy Line 328-8811. ;