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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Thursday, Docomber 31, 1970 OUT OF THE PICTLT.E Kicharil D. Zamick son of movie magnate Daryl Zanuck, has resigned as pres- ident of Ccnlury Fox Film Corp., tiic studio his father created. The .studio has suffered recent financial setbacks. BEIIIL VACATIONS FRANKFURT Beihl, the West German honor- ary consul ill San Sebastian who was kidnapped by Basque nationalists, has home for a vacation. Beihl was held for 24 days and released on Christ- mas Eve. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. 4 PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 Time magazine lias named West German Chancellor Willy Urniiflt as its Man of the Yctr, saying "he has projected [he most exciting and hopeful vision for .Europe since the Iron Cur- tain crashed down." Adding the chancellor's name to the long list of world figures chosen as Time's Man of the Year, the newsmagazine de- scribed Brandt as an innovator seeking to bring about new reality in his approach to the Eastern European bloc. "Using West Germany's con- siderable strategic and econ- omic leverage, he is trying to bring about an enlarged and united Western Europe, which would remain closely allied with the United States, but would also have sufficient self confi- dence and independence to form close ties with the Communist nations." New Jersey Governor William T. Cahill says it won't surprise him if President Nixon doesn't mn for re-election in 1972. "If condit ions in Vietnam don't change, if we still have economic problems at h o m e, and if the polls show Mr. Nixon is not g o i n g to do well, it wouldn't surprise me if the pres- ident doesn't run for re-elec- said Cahill, a Republican. A recent Gallup poll gave Nbcon a 52-per-cent approval rating for lus handling of the presidency, the lowest mark the president has received in any Gallup poll since taking office. A survey by poll-taker Louis Harris indicated that for the first time a Democrat, Senator Edmund S. Muskie of Maine, could defeat Nixon if a presi- dential vote were held today. The next such election is in November, 1972. Harvey T. Harris, who has a master's degree in police ad- ministration and is well on his way to getting a doctorate, starts work next month as a rookie Detroit policeman. He wants to see whether classroom theory works on the street. Harris, 30, of East Lansing, said most police administrators learned their job in college and don't "get a chance to see how theory works on the street or why it doesn't work." He said, "I wanted to start at the bottom because if you want WILLY BRANDT Man of year choice TO ALL LE7HBRIDGE HERALD TO ENSURE THE UTMOST ACCURACY, PROVIDE SUFFICIENT LAYOUT AND DESIGN PRODUCTION TIME, AND TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION ON THE DAY Of YOUR CHOICE YOUR ADVERTISING COPY MUST BE RECEIVED NOT IATER THAN 12 NOON THREE PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF A PROOF IS REQUIRED) AND NOT LATER THAN 12 NOON TWO PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF NO PROOF IS REQUIRED) to direct the acts of ethers you have to understand how they feel and do the lungs they have done." He has spent 12 years on cam- pus, either teaching or study- ing, and holds a master of sci- ence degree in police adminis- tration and industrial security. GOT. elect George C. Wallace of Alabama says he plans to marry a young divorcee, Cor- nelia "Ellis Snively. The 1968 third-party presiden- tial candidate said no date has been set for his' marriage to Mrs. Snivley, a niece of former governor Janies E. Folsom. Wallace's first wife died in 1968 while she was serving as governor of Alabama. Mayor L. II. Lewry of Moose Jaw will become provincial li- quor licensing inspector for the Moose Jaw area when his term as mayor expires Jan. 1. Mr. Lewry was defeated this month in Ids attempt at re-elec- tion. President Nixon got a glow- ing report on the state of his health after hospital tests re- cently. His personal physician recommended the chief execu- tive get more sunshine and ex- ercise away from Washing- ton. Nixon, however, look a somewhat different view. He told reporters that his health is so good "I have no excuse" to get away to lu's homes in Flor- ida and southern California. Lord Snowdon, left London hospital today with Princess Margaret at his side and I they looked just about the hap- piest married couple in the! world. The 40-year-old brother-in-law of the Queen has undergone minor surgery and missed the Royal Family's traditional Christmas celebrations at Windsor Castle. Earlier aides denied a report in the Washington Post that Margaret and Snowdon are about to separate after 10 years of Those requiring proofs arc reminded Hie minimum ad size for delivered proofs is 42 column inches ('A Proofs of ads smaller than 42 column 'inches be available for al The Herald until p.m. the day prior to publication. For Courteous, Professional Advertising Assistance, or Further Information, Just Call ibridge 328-4411 Display Advertising Drug centre gets grant of EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government has awarded a grant to the TRUST drug treatment centre in Edmonton. An order-m-council approved be used to disseminate infor- mation on drugs and fo offer help to those suffering from drug abuse. The centre, which operates from premises provided by the city, received a provin- cial grant when it first opened nine months ago. The latest grant is expected to keep Ihe centre going until March 31, when its operation will probably be reviewed by the Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission. The government also ap- proved a grant to the Calgary Rehabilitation Society and a S4.0CO grant to Hie Ca- nadian Opera Company. Housing loan given approva I OTTAWA (CP) Approval of a loan to the city i of Edmonton for construction of ,'10 units of low rental hou.sing was announced here by i t h e Central Mortgage ant! Housing Corp. The project will be located in I northeast Edmonton. j INDIAN XA.MK iSookp, Vancouver Island, named after the Sookc Indians i who were a warlike race finally conquered by an alliance of 1 other Indian tribes. Think of it a half-price saving on better quality leather handbags. Of course you will Have to be prompt as they are bound to go quickly at this pricing. Included in tlie group are grained and plain leathers in single and double handle jtyles. Colours include black, brown and navy. January Clearance, Half-Price, each Handbags, Main Floor Price Costume Jewellery Regular 3.00 to 7.50. Boxed, too, for gift giving. We've taken these right from our regular stock and marked them to half the tegular pricing fo quick clearance. Included are pins and earrings fgQ and bracelets and jewellery boutiques. JJ January Clearance, Half-Price, each or set to Jewellery, Main Floor Price Clutch Purses Regular 1000. For women and teens. Genuine leather clutch purses that will make excellent gifts or for your own use. In simulated alligator design with double snap compartments. Black only. January Clearance, Half-Price, each Handbags, Main Floor Sofa and Chair Sofa and Chair Regular 55V.UU., SO" classic sryie vaiuntea suiu o.lu autumn gold coloured durable nylon .matelasse fabric. Deep diamond shaped button back. 5" polyfoam and latex cushions. One suite only. January Clearance, sofa and cnair .00 Furniture, Second Floor 5-Piece Kitchen Suite Regular you save 35.05. 36 inch by 59 inch American walnut arborile table with bronzclone leg. Amber gold coloured high back chairs. Belter be prompt as there is only one set. January Clearance, 5-piece set Furniture, Second Flpor Drapery Clearance A good selection of ready made draperies suitable for living room, dinrng room or bedroom or kitchens. Materials include antique satin, cotton hopsacking and fiberglas. Some lined and seme unlined. Widths from 40" lengths from 54" to Colours: bei_ge, avocado, gold and turquoise. i30 Regular 7.95 to 115.00, Q January Clearance Draperies, Second Floor Viking Dishwasher Clearance Worked 'way because they arc floor models. Washes Jhree Jet ipruy action, self cleaning porcclaii.iiod steel tub, Can store ycur dishes and warm them tor the next meal. One only white. Regular 299.95. January Clearance One only avocado. Regular 32'y.95. January Clearance................ Major Appliances, Second Floor Recular fo 40.00 look at the savings here in these happy party dresses marked 'way 'way low as an outstanding feature of our first January clear- ance ad. Such festive fabrics as brocades, sheers, metallics, crepes and fortrels in sleeveless and long sleeve styles. Lovely dresses with all the trimmings. Colours include black, gold, areen, lilac, turquoise, pink and blue. Choose from sizes 9 to 13, 10 to 13 and 18'A to 24V'a. January Clearance, each- Dresses, Main Floor Pants Half-Price Regular 13.98 fo 40.00. A clearance of ski pants for Broken size and colour range. Stretch style. January Clearance, Half-Price, pair Jr. Ski Boots Half-Price Jr -ubber ski boots in buckle stylo. Vulcanized sole. Block with red Irim. Sizes 13 lo 7. ,49 O.49 Regular 14.98 to 16.98. f Q January Clearance, Half-Price, pair H tc Jr. rubber ski boots in lace type model. Vulcanized sole. Excellent boot for the fast growing foot. Sizes 11 to 7. ,S January Clearance, Half-Price, pair............... Children's Ski Jackets Regular 30.00. Excellent for the cold weather ahead. Full neck rj zipper. Assorted colours. Sizes 6 to 16. January Clearance, each Hart Skis With Bindi Hart Spoiler. 4 A ft January Clearance I tU.UU Hart Rogue. >j "7C Qft January Clearance IVmWW Regular 449.00. 80" curved sofa and chair with spring edge no sag seat. 5" polyester and latex foam cushions. .Valance covered legs. Back is buttoned for deep foam comfort. 50% nylon amber. lime covering. One only. January Clearance.- sofa and chair Furniture, Second Floor Hart Camera. 1 95.QO January Clearance w (Above skis complete with Salomon 540 toe and step in lieel, mount- ed all for Ihe price of the skis. You save 33.95.J Knesss! Ski With Bindings Magic 66. 11 R Ofl WhitE 200.00 January Clearance I 3-UU January Clearance fc-WW.VW Magic 99. 1 5Q QQ January Clearance Red Star RS. "1C January Clearance (Above skis complete wirn iut; ed all for the price of the skis. You save JJ.V5.) Child's Ski Sets Vi Price Regular 18.98 to 25.98. limited quantities. Broken sizo range. Solid maple, steel running edges. Plastic spray base, tip and heel protectors. Deluxe release cable bindings. I M January Clearance, I II Half-Price, each f lo Ski Shop, Lower Floor CurHng Brooms Price Regular 8.98 and 9.98. Curlmaster, Black Jack and Little Beaver. Limited quantities. January Clearance, Half-price, each Sporting Goods, Lower Floor 4 .49 Broadloom and Rugs "Alpine" acrilan carpet. Regular 127.75. SALE, Antique copper "Nantucket" nylon carpet. Regular 317.55. SALE.......................... Alaskan white acrilan carpet Regular 127.95. SALE, 9'xl5'. Victoria nylon textured rug with built-in cushion. J only Sapphire blue and two only Woodland moss. Regular 105.00. SALE, each, 1 only 9'xl2' "Glenrnore" axminster rug, 80% wool, 20% ground with Scottish tiorai designs. Regular 290.00. SALE, Hoor Coverings, 4AA 2SO 99 .05 00 ,00 09.00 nylcn. 1S2, 00 Second Floor Eaton's Saturday, January 2nd, for the above clearance values. Buy line 328-8811. Store closed January 1st, New Year's Day ;