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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Zeller FABRIC SALE MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY AND AUGUST AND 25. LIMITED QUANTITIES CRIMPKN1T wide. wash. dry. YD. COTTON PRINTS wide. -Washable. YD. STRETCH TERRY wide. colours. YD. SCREEN PRINT CRIMPKNIT wide. fast. YD. 3. CREPE DE CHINE wide. -Washable......YD. ACRYLIC SWEATER KNITS -Ideal for vests. -Washable dry. YD. ASSORTED PRINTED wide. -Washable......YD. DOUBLE KNIT wide. -Washable. YD. BRUSHED wide. -Hand washable. YD. s PERMANENT PRESS BROADCLOTH Fashion colors wide. YD. PRINTED POLYESTER CREPE wide. -Washable. YD. PRINTED ACRYLIC NIAGARA -Fall colors -Washable. YD. 1 I MEN'S CRIMP M wide. -Washable. -Drip dry. YD. PRINTED ORLON CHALLIS Orion. Washable. Colourfast. YD. YARN DYED Polyester Jacquards wide. Washable. Drip dry. YD. M PRINTED JERSEY wide. -Colourfast. ..YD. 1 PRINTED DENIM wide. sportswear YD. PIN WALE CORDUROY fast. wash.......YD. CAMELIA POLYESTER LINING wide. fast.....YD. ACRYLIC YARN Acrylic. 4 01. balls EACH SPORT VELOUR NO-WALE CORDUROY U colours. wide YD. VIRGIN ACRYLIC PLAIDS wide. -Assorted colours.....YD. 3. PRINTED FLANNELETTE -Washable. -Assorted prints and colours........YD. .1 PHENTEX -3.2 ci. balls -Assorted colours EACH Located in Zellert Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 321-8171 President lambasts critics This is how President Richard Nixon appeared earl- ier this week as he lashed out at- critics of his Indochina policies and acknowledged for the first time that he had ordered secret bombing of Cambodia in 1969. Nixon made the remarks during an address to the national Veterans of Foreign Wars convention at Nsw Orleans. given ns to WASHINGTON The Nixcn administration has cau- tioned somra key Republican members of Congress against making hasty public statements about Vice-President Spiro Ag- new after it was disclosed that criminal charges are being con- sidered against him. congressmen some- times have a tendency to jump the one government offi- cial said. M e 1 v i n President Nixon's chief White House ad- called Representative John Anderson chair- man of the Republican confer- ence of the House of Represen- with an admonition to avoid public comment after the investigation was confirmed by Agnew himself. It was learned that Senator Robert Griffin the assistant Republican minority leader in the also re- ceived a call but it could not be learned whether it came from Laird or some other individual. Agnew disclosed on Aug. 6 that he had been informed he was under investigation for pos- sible ex- tortion and tax fraud in con- nection with alleged kickbacks by construction and engineering firms in Maryland. who served as Balti- more County's chief executive and later as Maryland governor before becoming has denied any wrongdoing. Laird's call to Anderson was first reported by news colum- nists Rowland Evans and Rob- ert who said the White House had warned him to go all-out in of and added that the White House move had in- furiated the vice-president's aides. Anderson confirmed the call from Laird but disputed the col- umnists' interpretations as an accurate reference to Laird's felt it was out of a desire to keep members of the Re- publican party from making premature comments pending further Ander- son said. was not out of a cabal against The fact that Nixon himself has made no public defence of Agnew has fed speculation that the White House hopes the vice- president's problems might di- vert attention from the Water- gate political espionage scandal involving Nixon. An Agnew spokesman said the vice-president plans no com- ment on the reported phone every point that comes up. The idea of no comment in this whole situation is consistent with good News leaks about the federal investigation have been a mat- ter of particularly among Agnew aides who are angry over the continuing dis- closures. in a weekend speech in referred to the call themselves informed sources close to the investigation .and they don't have any hesitancy about violiXing my civil rights. TV man jailed in Rome ROME Rome police have transferred United States television man Jack Begon from a hospital room to jail on a charge that his story of being kidnapped by the Mafia is a fake. Handcuffed to a the 62-year-old employee A the American Broadcasting Co. was taken from the Salvator Mundi International Hospital to the Regina Coeli jail. He was to be examined by a police doctor to determine whether he should be put in the jail infirmary rather than a cell. Accompanied by his Be- gon entered the hospital Mon- day after being missing for four weeks. Police charged him with simulating a crime and with stealing from ABC's Rome office. William ABC's vice- president for news in New said Begon was an ad- ministrative not a although he had been a correspondent in the past and still did seme radio re- porting. Sheehan also said Be- gon was not assigned to do a story on the Mafia or anything else at the time oi Ms dis- appearance. Guards were posted outside Begon's hospital and vis- itors were ABC said about was missing from ks Rome office and told Begon's wife to a good criminal But a spokesman said the network is waiting to see what the Italian authorities do and has not filed _____ BACK-TO- SCHOOL SALE MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY AND AUGUST AND 25. LIMITED QUANTITIES BOYS' DENIM JEAN SETS -5 button front jacket m mt leg jeant IL VI 9-16 SET KNIT SHIRTS -Fortrel and Cotton QR S-M-L EACH GIRLS' TWEED PANTS Min M DENIM JEANS legs. A QC -Size 8-16 PAIR GIRLS' NYLON PULLOVERS -Turtleneck QtfE 1 -Sizo S-M-L EACH BODY SUITS Nylon O JO sleeves. f -Size S-M-L EACH GIRLS' RIB BODY SHIRT Assorted colours. jfr sleeves EACH AND GIRLS' KNIT PULLOVERS -Size4.6X. P QC -Assorted colours. EACH laiWW GIRLS' WHITE PONCHOS -Fih up to 6X. EACH CARDIGANS -Size 4-6X. Mh -Assorted colours. EACH faaWW BOYS' V-NECK CARDIGANS -Sire 4-6X. 1 QC -Waihable EACH I AND GIRLS' PULLOVERS -Long sleeve. V QR -Assorted colours. EACH LADIES' PONCHOS A SMOCK TOPS -Size S-M-L. -Long sleeves. EACH YOUNG MEN'S RIBBED BAGGIES m burgundy. MQ -Size 28-36 PAIR MEN'S ACRniC PULLOVER -Size S-M-L-XL. m m m -Turtleneck. -Long sleeves EACH JR. MISS PANTY HOSE 0 Astfd. colours. pair MEN'S NYLON HOSE lo-u Assorted coloun. pair YOUTHS' VINYL JOGGERS 11-13. X vinyl. PAIR POSTURE GUARD RUNNERS 297 PAIR BalW 1 MISSES' AND LADIES' PLATFORM SHOE -6 A A -2VW heel. H MH Size 6-9 PAIR PLATFORM SHOE 1 2 99 -Colour brown. PAIR MISSES' LATIGO SHOULDER BAGS Brown leather EACH CLOCKS year guarantee. J I -4-jewel EACH blW I GIRLS' OR BOYS' HI-RISE BICYCLES oc qc -Banana EACH BAGS -Shoulder Att -Brown or black. EACH 250 SHEET REFILL PAPER and ruled EACH SCRIBBLERS -Re-cyeUd pciptr -Narrow ruled EACH WW rs County Fair Located In Zvlkin Shopping Centra on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 326-8171 ;