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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE Auguit 30.1974 EATON'S SATURDAY SHOP EARLY FOR LIMITED QUANTITIES. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY. Super Saturday items on sale tonight (Friday) and all day Saturday or as long as quantities last. Sweaters For Back-to-School A good assortment of back-to-school wear. Included in the selection are long sleeve cardigans, turtle neck pullovers, snort sleeve pullovers, short sleeve card- igans and sleeveless shells all made in co-ordin- ating colours that you may make up a twin set if you so desire. Some with contrasting stripe trims. Colours: pink. blue, red, navy, beige and white. Sizes: small, medium and 1599 large. Each ....................W to Sportswear. Mam floe: Youthful Looking Canvas Tote Bags Here's exceptional value in a canvas tote bag that will appeal to the teenager. Short or long handle. Colours: white, beige, blue brown navy or O99 gold. Zipper closing. Each Handbags. Main Patio Wear Half-Price Regular 15.00 to 45.00. A group of assorted floor length dresses and cover-ups to clear at half the regular pricing. Priced 'way low because they are in a broken size and style range. Included are cottons, denims, terry and polyesters. Sizes: small, medium and large. Each W Dresses. Main Floor Housedresses Half-Price Regular 12.00 to 17.00. An assortment of cotton daytime dresses marked to half the regular pricing for quick clearance. Choose from printed or plain fabrics. Priced 'way low because they are in a broken size range but sizes 10 to 18 and 16M> to included in the JE99 group. Each to Dresses, Floor Men's Sweaters We've collected together a group of sweaters, pull- overs crew and V-neck, cardigans and priced them 'way low for quick clearance. A variety of materials. Assorted sizes and styles. 4 O95 O to I O Men s Wear. Main Floor Broken size range. Each Men's Casual Slacks Just what you want for casual wear. Semi-dress. Cot- ton and polyester. Plain shades. Sizes: 32 to 42. Each O Men s Wear, Main Floor Men's Slack Oddments Washable slacks in checks and plains, with a few double knits included. A variety of materials. Broken size range but sizes 30 to 44 in the group. Each 5r Men s Wear. Main Floor Men's Short Sleeve Shirts A collection of summer shirts grouped together for Super Saturday value. Some sport shirts included. All with short sleeves. Polyester and cotton. Assorted colours. Broken size 'A 99 range. Each to Men's Wear. Mam Floor Men's All-Weather Coats Regular 50.00. Six only, so you had better be prompt. Made by Croydon. 65% polyester and 35% cotton with Scotchgard. Assorted colours ff, A95 Men's Wear. Main Floor and in broken size range. Each Men's Summer Jackets Assorted nylon squall, golf and club jackets. Golf and squall jackets are in nylon and the club jackets are in suede. Broken size mm to mm9 Men 's Wear, Mam Floor range and colours. Each Curling Irons Automatically controlled electric heat. Exclusive cool safety tip. Extra long detachable cord. Dandy for home and 4 travel. Each I Small Appliances, Second Floor Cordless Detangler Gently detanglers wet and dry hair. Minimizes hair breakage. Great for little girls, less pulling, less tugging. Power handle rinses under water for quick, easy cleaning. Each Small Appliances. Second Floor Electric 4 Quart Corn Popper Self buttering, clear lexon high impact heat resistant plastic cover. Aluminum base with 4 natural finish interior. Each I Small Appliances, Second Floor Schick Speed Styler Super drying power (530 Styling spray for extra control. Two speeds, two heats. Reinforced natural bristle brush. Each mmmm Small Appliances. Second Floor Electric Kettle Easy grip knuckle guard style. Handle to protect fingers. Automatic shut-off Q99 Small Appliances, Second floor if kettle boils dry. Each Men's Flight and Sport Bags Flight Bag. Dbbby weave exteriors. Two big outside pockets, suit fixture and hangers. A99 sturdy carrying handle. Navy only. Each 19 Sport Bags, full length top zipper, double drop handles with vinyl saddles on each side. With Q99 Luggage. Lower Floor lock and key. Olive color. Each Jetliner Luggage A back-to-school special. Marvalite A, B, S panels, aero aluminum frame, chromium-plated recess locks. Sanitized treated interiors. Women's sizes in white, blue or red. Train Case _ __ Pullman _ A-_ Each 24.99 Each ........42.99 Vanity Men's sizes in tobacco co- Each 28.9 lor, compan- Weekend Case ion, Each 29.99 Each .........29.99 Three-Suiter Wardrobe _ Each 42.99 Each Luggage, i .iwer Floo' Men's Attache Cases Premier and Dorset attache cases. 3, 4 and 5 inches in black and brown colours. Light and slim cases, A. B. S. moulded sides for durability, aluminum frame surface tfl locks. Each 1 W to Luggage, Lower Floor Men's, Women's Golf Shoes Half Price Out they go, we're clearing a group of golf shoes for men and women. Broken size range explains the low, low pricing. Better be prompt for these. Pair 99 Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Men's Nylon Jackets Half-Price Nylon jackets with hood. Elastic cuffs, drawstring bottom, raglan sleeves and front zipper. Nylon coated for windbreaking. Each O Sporting Goods. Lower Floor Champion Spark Plugs Half-Price We've only a limited quantity so be prompt for these spark plugs. Each Automotives. tower Floor Garden Supplies One-third off regular prices. Hoses, fencing, utility carts, fertilizer spreaders, hose reels, sprinklers and other garden needs. tM QO 4 JB96 All priced to clear. Each ......1 to m Garden Grove. Lower Floor Lawn Mowers Black and Decker electric lawn mower, low, low priced. Twin blade. Less Ol 95 cord. Limited quantity. Each 54 Lawn Mo-vers, Lower Floor Black and Decker Sander Model NO. 5709. Each Hardware, Lower Floor Camping Supplies Canteens, mess kits, cook sets, yucca bags, ground sheets, all reduced one-third 32 4 A65 to I mm Sporting Goods. Lower Floor off the regular price. Each Hockey Sticks Regular 2.49. Boys' GL9 Star series. Curved and fibreglass coated 79 blade. Limited quantity. Each 1 Sporting Goods. Lower Floor Men's Tacks Hockey Skates Professional quality skates, superbly designed for the utmost in comfort. Uppers of leather with cut res- istant nylon toe caps. O A98 Sizes: 6 to 11. Pair .....................O9 Boys' sizes, Pair 4498 Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Tent Clearance Choose from pup, tourist or ranger style tents. All reduced one-third off gj JE33 >1 O66 the regular prices. Each I to "TO Sporting Goods. Lower Floor Specials in Glass-Topped Occasional Tables Sturdily welded wrought iron finished in black. Spanish styling against modern gleaming black. A practical table at a low price. Square table, approx- imately high. Each I "w Round table, approximately 14" in diameter. 17" high. Each I IP Notions. Lower Floor Sewing Baskets Wicker sewing baskets in a choice of two styles. Handy for keeping all your sewing accessories. Padded lid. An assortment of Q99 attractive colours. Each..................... if Notions. Lower Floor Portable Typewriters Exciting values here for the student returning to school. Regular 99.98. Underwood 315 model features 43 keys, automatic tabulator, two colour ribbon. Black carrying case. Each Typewriters. Lower Floor Smith Corona Portable Profile 100 Model Typewriter Features 42 keys, giving 84 characters. Pre-set_tab- ulator. Two colour ribbon. Regular 79.95. Gold and white carrying case. Each Typewriters. Lower Floor Candy Pot of Gold Chocolates, a popular favorite that the whole family will 8T enjoy. 1 Ib. box. Each Bassetts Liquorice All Sorts, just arrived from England. 24 oz. package. Each Deluxe Chocolates Something special. 400 Ib. box................................. m Candies. Lowei Floor Stationery Underarm Case, a practical case for carrying those important papers. Imitation grained leather. gg Brown or black colour. Each 1 Desk Blotter, just right for home or A99 Stationery, Lower Floor office use. Assorted colours. Each Boys' Pyjamas Figured cotton flannelette pyjamas for cosy slumber comfort. Top has button front, long sleeves, piping on collar and down front. Trousers have elastic back. Sizes 4 to 6x. Each Children's Wear, Mom Floor Toddlers' Suits Printed knit pant with two front pockets and boxer style back. Shirt top with shrink look, long sleeve and in contrasting colours of wine, brown and navy. Sizes: 2 to 3x. Suit Children's Wear. Mam Floor Boys' Knit Pants Features band front and boxer style back. Two pockets. In diagonal knit. Colours: wine, Jj 57 blue and brown. Sizes: 4 to 6x. Each "w Children's Wear, Main Floor Infant's Suits White top crew neck, dome shoulder and long sleeves with animal print on the front. Matching boxer type long, domes down inside of legs. Colours: turquoise, red and navy with white JS99 tops. Sizes: and 24 months. Suit 9 Infants' Wear. Main Floor Boys', Children's Sandals We're clearing out a group of boys' and children's sandals at a saving. In white and brown 29 leathers. Broken size range. Pair Children's Shoes. Mam Floor Women's, Teens' Shoes Out they go at a saving. A group to teens ties and straps and women's pumps priced to clear. Not aH sizes in each style. Colours: black or brown. Pair W Women's Tender Tootsies Navy Spectators. Jt 99 Broken size range. Pair Shoes. Main Floor Dinner Set 40-piece dinner set for 8 in Regency pattern. Dainty blue and yellow flower. Dishwasher safe. Set Iron Stone Dinner Set 45-piece set in Patrick pattern. Set 798 1 O98 39 99 Light Wood Cheese Boards, Each Divided Electric Vegetable Warmers, Each 20-Piece Breakfast Set. "Friendly Village" pattern. Set 1398 1839 99 Chmaware. Second Floor Two Brush Polisher No. P 1305. Limited quantity, so be prompt. Each Canister Vacuum Cleaners No. 734 A., comes with four tools. Limited quantity so be prompt. One year warranty on vacuums. Each Vacuum Cleaners. Second Floor Shop Eaton's tonight (Friday) until 9 and Saturday to Use your Eaton account. Credit terms available! -The Herald Family Edmonton college initiates course in Cree culture EDMONTON (CP) A community college here will break new ground in linguistic education this fall by offering what is believed to be the only credit program in the Cree language and culture in North America. Not only will instructor Anne Anderson be the first college- level teacher of the ancient Indian tongue, she will also be creating a large portion of the language as she goes. "The Cree language, like most native languages in North America, hasn't words for some things, like traffic jams, high rise, and women's said Mrs. Anderson. "We can't just sit back and say that since we have no words for these things we won't talk about them. We'll just have to put words together which describe a traffic jam or a high rise." Mrs. Anderson, a Metis, said she learnd Cree from her woman who feared even then that the language of her people would begin to die out with the older generations. TEACHER SIX YEARS While this is the first year for the formal Cree program at Grant MacEwan Community College, it will be Mrs. Anderson's sixth as a Cree language and culture teacher. Before the white man came to North America, the native languages were was no reason to write them, said Mrs. Anderson. The first written versions of the Cree are several, covering Cree from Quebec to Alberta and the Northwest provided by Anglican mis- sionaries. Their translated versions of the scriptures were in "biblical Cree." said Mrs. Anderson. "Right now I say it is up to the Indian to write his language, not the she said. "It is our language." Most of the students in her language classes are, however, non-native. Mrs. Anderson said most are whites who work with native nurses, policemen, and government officers. "I am criticized by some Indian people for teaching our language to the white she admits. "I tell them that if they (Indians) do net want to learn, I will teach it to the white man because at least he wants to learn and he will see that it is preserved." The demand for Cree language instruction surprised college officials, said Dan Rafferty of the college's multilingual train- ing department. Cree has been offered in adult education night classes for three years, but when Mrs. Anderson and college ad- ministrators decided to offer it as a full-time, one-year cer- tificate course, the response was unexpected. Mr. Rafferty said 75 per cent of the class.seats were taken by early July, and that the college expected all seats in the 200-hour program would be filled by September. Mrs. Anderson said the problem of creating new words for modern problems is one which must be tackled, despite the dif- ficulties involved. "For traffic jam, I say it is right there and can't move.' I try to put literal meanings because sometimes one English word is a whole long sentence in Cree, and sometimes a small word in Cree is a whole sentence in English." Mrs. Anderson said that when she began teaching Cree, there were no she wrote her own. Since 1970. she has written 30 language, culture, and lifestyle textbooks. One of the books is an Indian cookbook, which describes day- to-day Cree cooking, preparation of game, and even Cree delicacies. Mrs. Anderson said what has surprised her is the extent of Cree migration across Canada. "We are the Western Cree, because we have gone as far west as we the mountains. The white man didn't push us off the Cree were confused by the intrusion of the white man and went west and north to follow the game, their traditional source of said Mrs, Anderson. "There are a lot of Cree in the Northwest Territories and some even in the Yukon. They went there because the game was there." Club corner An exhibition and demonstration of Japanese flower arranging will be presented Saturday from 2 to 9 p.m. at the Lethbridge Buddhist Church, 13th St. and 1 :H h Avenue N Demonstrations will be held from 3 to 8 p.m. Tea and cookies will be served. Displayed by the Lethbridge branch of the Shinpa Seizan School of Japanese Floral Arrangement. Disabled on the Move will meet Tuesday at p.m. in the patients lounge of the Aux- iliary Hospital. Transporta- tion will be discussed. For further information contact (it-raid Trechka, 329-0911 or Frank Merkl, 328-4029. BOOM... BANG... THUMP... CRASH? BOOM...BONG...BASH...! (TRANSLATION) YOU NEED 'EM DRUMS? WE GOT 'EM LUDWIG, SCNOfi, PEARL, PREMIER, ROGERS, BAXTER, RAVEN, ETC. ALSO, A FULL LINE OF QUALITY, HEADS, STICKS, CYMBALS, STANDS, ETC. YOU CAN'T "BEAT" OUR PRICES AVAILABLE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 Paramount Theatre Building Phone 327-2272 or 328-4080 ;