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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta New addition for Centre Village Mall Betty Shop opens here Friday The Betty Shop, a name well-known to southern Alberta women who have shopped for fashions in Calgary, will open an interesting new shop in tlie Centre Village Shopping Mall Friday. Betty Shops specialize in medium - priced to better quality fasliions and is the largest independent fashion retailer in the province. TTie new Centre Village shop carries a large selection of the MRS. LENA IIANEN ... Betty Shop president Wetaskiwm woman killed EDMONTON (CP) - Dianne Nigren, 23, of Wetaskiwin, was killed in a car-truck collision south of Edmonton. RCMP said she was a passenger in the car involved in the accident latest party, evening and day wear, trimmed and untrimmed coats, pant suits, oo^irdinates, &ports and ski wear in young adult, misses, regular and half sizes. Dresses and pant suits are priced from $20 to $65, with coats from $40 to $169. On the controversial question of length, Betty Shops say "we go to any length to please you" and carry mini, mldi and maxi styles in all size ranges. An innovation of the new Lethbridge shop will be a Young Adult Shop catering to the youthful fashion minded. The store will also carry styles designed for the more mature figure in sizes up to 48. An entirely new and highly original concept in store design, in keeping with the Betty Shop's 1971 image, has been adopted for the new Centre Village shop, according to Mrs. Lena Hanen, Betty Shop's president. In designing the Centre Village shop, Planned Architectural Research Design Associates of Calgary have elinrinated the usual display windows. In their place they have used a series of indivMual displays wWch open onto the mall, and which are designed to bring the fashions and the shoppers into closer proximity. Each of these dis-plays highlighU  different style. The entrance to the shop Is oonatnicted of solid and kwvnd wood panels finished in bright colors. The interior of the shop is equally interesting. In place of the usual counters and racks o( garments, shoppers will find all the garments on diaplay. The Young Adult Shop is in  raised Cabinet posts hard on health By J. C. GRAHAM CP Correspondent The New Zealand government has been markedly weakened in the last year by losses of certain of its key members and illnesses among others. One of the outstanding members of the cabinet, .1. R. Hanan, who left his mark on the laws of tlic country as a reforming minister of justice, died In office last year. E^ly this year anotlier key member. Labor Minister T. P. Shand, died-and labor relations in the country have been more or less in a state of cri-ds ever since. Works Minister P. B. Allen has had to accept a lighter work load as the result of heart trouble in the middle of the year. In November the prime minister himself, Sir Keith R