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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, August 30, REX HARRISON WEDS Aclor Rex Harrison slands wilh his bride ihe Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, daughler of Lcrd and Lady Ogmore, of London, afler marriage at Ihe eslale of Alan Jay Lemer oF long Island, New York. says top CALGARY (CP) Because of tight budgcis. only a feu Canadian centres arc providing fire departments with sufficient men and equipment lo ade- quately protect the community, the president of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs said Friday. Chief Chailcs PindJay of Dart- mouth, X.S., said the associa- tion is determined lo convince its municipal councils that fire services require a "larger chunk of [he local tax He said an over-all weak economy is causing councils lo unwisely huld the line on fire1 service expenditures. "The municipalities are try- ing these days to get more rahie [or every Lnx dollar they spend, and it's lo measure safely in dollars and cents." To help their own cause, the chiefs decided In put more cm- j phasis on public relations pro- I crams designed to promote Ihe of ;in efficient depart- I me nt. i Tho association's MN-dtiy con- i ventiou ended following a rcso- I luUon opposing reduction of j j [irefightmg departments and in- I Icgration of police and firefight- ing services in municipalities, j Copies of the resoluiion will i i bo ?enl lo the Cnnruiir.n Fccler- auon of .Vayor.s and Municipal- ities and to individual munici- pal authorities in Canada. girl Abductor of Italian found beaten to death REGGIO CALABRIA f AP) The abductor of a girl found beaten and shot to death in Italy's Cakbria region today, i The dead man was Vittorio Barbalacc, 2J1, who police said kidnapped a I ivy car-old girl, Concetta Vnrra. vilh Iho help of: accomplices on .Sitmlay. Warehouse dispiilc settled EDMONTON (OP> .1 strike by 2cn v. .Trchouso work- ers Macclor.rld's Con- conidalcd I.UI.. supplier for Safeway .Stores ondol Friday with Ihe of their watro disiniic. The workers had walked the job Thursday when llicir wage demands wore not by company. They Fell led for ,1 35-cent-an-nnnr infi'ea.-.e relni- active tn .June 1 and a fr.rllur 25-cent-an-honr increase on Hay 29, 1972. The workeis been re- ceiving a base of tlfio pcr he-lir and a maximum of li. The iic-v.- c-inlnt end A Ihr Clerk's riiinn 401 paiil the seMlemenl also improved shift differen'.inl, bolidays ar.d security benefits. Rather than report [he kid- napping, poliee said, Ihe girl's relatives and friends mounted a search. Barbalace was for.nd j (lead in l-'mncr- iIlcuKTl NillC killed and 111 injufcd. .several rr- riously, when Iheir IHIS cull: wilh a Inick heiv; i r, Monday, polieo said. Tiv sfavs, mnsl fif t'ic-ul al tlio Cilfoen ear n .I'.inii in Pnris. v.i'- ,ur'.i'-.i: fiuni is vac; I in ia uiicn Ilio. CIT.J'I oe, un ihe ,oad link- inB Tnris iN'an.y, f.OA'DOX 'AC; -The L'.S. dollar fell tralay In Ilia lowest l level tin flic Pnris market sinee leni nil also dropped in Fnmk-'. furl l.'i'l in liir up Miithlly 'Hi' lnriitivcr v. ;i., in an niarkel.-; fur real Irentl l.ontitin markets were eln.sed for Ihe Annual bank holi- day. Dc.iliTs on Tukyti markcl r op or Led Ihe t'tillar holding in Finanec Jlinislcr Mi- zula called on Hie peo- ple In face (lie M'li-dollar crisis as an ai'ony" and! ovci'eiime i1 :o a nalion S... in a lelevised flisfy- ion, lie sj.itl Iho floaL Mill ihe 111 per inn U.S. sur- imports would hurl lilt1 Japanese, economy, llni. lit- s.'iitl Hit: government plans mas- sive spending, mainly in public, prnjccls, to slimnlale me com- j tiitiy ami emplounciil and off.el any adverse re Millini: from iho 1 ,s. tiefence of i Ilic dollar. EATON'S NEW liONTH END MAIN FLOOR YOUNG MEN'S FOOTWEAR. We've taken ihese shoes right from our regular stock and priced Ihem 'way low as an oufslanding during our big back-lo-scliool sale. Mip-on or Me slyles. Good quality leather uppers wilh lea- ther or composition soles. Sizes 7 to 1 1 colleclivc'ly. All sales final. Regular 9.99 1o 23.00. r QQ 1 1 QQ Clearance J.77 I I .77 TEENERS' FOOTWEAR. Take a big step forward in style and comforl for back to school. Shoes are -fashioned from lop grade malcrials. The workmanship guarantees long wear ond a good fit. Criss-crossed straps ond buckles sil on low heels. Dark brown or Ian Isnl'-ifr. Nol all sizes in aiiy one slyle, bul sizes 6 lo 10 collectively. All sales O QQ final. Regular 12.95. Clearance O.77 YOUNG MEN'S G.W.G. SUPER SLIM JEANS-HALF PRICE. Neaf- ly sly'cd G.W.G. jeans of navy denim arc fully washable. In sizes 29 lo waisl. Renular B.9S. AQ Hnlf Price Clearance................H.H7 YOUNG MEN'S CASUAL SLACKS-HALF PRICE. By Days. Poly- ester ond rayon fabric is permanent press. Choose from stripes in blue, lighl greun or grey. Sizes 29 lo 3d waisl. Regular 14.95. Clearnncc tT MEN'S SPORT COATS. Single and double breasted models in stripes, plains, cheeks. All wool fabric. Regulars, shorts and lolls. Regular 49.95 and QQ