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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February a, 1874 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 21 Robber finds female clerk tough customer to handle EDMONTON (CP) Keith James Brown of Edmonton found during a doughnut shop robbery that he couldn't tie up the clerk, couldn't get her clothes off and then couldn't even open the cash register, the court was told. Crown evidence said the man forced a female clerk into the men's washroom-of a doughnut shop, where he attempted to tie her hands and feet and to gag her. The woman said she untied each knot as the robber tied it, and that the gag kept coming loose from her mouth. The robber tried to remove the woman's clothing. But the clerk said as he removed an article of her clothing, she put it back on. The clerk said she told the man to take the money from the cash register and leave her alone. He locked her in the washroom. Five minutes later he was back, asking her how to open the cash till. She told him after he threatened to harm her. Radio station fined SYDNEY, N.S. (CP) Radio Cape Breton Ltd., operator of Radio Station CHER, was convicted Friday of a breach of the Broadcasting Act and fined The company was charged last November by the Canadian Radio-Television Commission (CRTC) with unlawfully broadcasting a partisan report May 28, 1973, concerning a civic referendum to be held the next day. The University of Lethbridge SENATE invites submissions about any aspect of U of L function or programs from all inter- ested citizens or community organizations. Persons responding will be invited to present their concerns at the March 16, 1974 Senate meeting. DEADLINE for receipt of briefs is FEBRUARY 28, 1974 Address tubmlMlww to: Secretary to the Senate Room A 766 The University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 Phone: 329-2583 Fish value sets record VANCOUVER (CP) The value of fish harvested in British Columbia during 1973 was a record million; about million more than 1972's record. A record million worth of salmon was landed in 1973, about million higher than the previous year's record. Halibut landings fell to 14.3 million pounds from the 1972 total of 22.1 million pounds. The value was down to million from million in 1972. Supports her clientele Barmaid wears a miner's hat with supportive slogan as she draws beer for min- ers at the Rhondda Valley in South Wales. The National Union of Mineworkers in Britain has called for a strike vote next Friday in support of its wage demands which had been ruled but by the British government. Shot of whiskey can help early heart attack pains FIGURE SALON Mrs. Grace Somerville, former Instructor with My Life1 Studios is pleased to announce that she has purchased all of the equipment from that business and is opening a Figure Salon at 258 B 13 Street North, Lethbridge, on February 4th, 1974, with floor area of approxi- mately sq. ft. Open hours a.m. to p.m. Monday through Friday. OPENING SPECIAL Monthly rate to all adults en- rolling on February 4th for one to six months is with new enrolments or renew- als thereafter being monthly. Students up to sixteen years of" age monthly when enrolled on Monday, February 4th and monthly with new enrollments or renewals thereafter. MRS. GRACE SOMERVILLE PHONE NUMBERS Res. 328-4395 Bus. 327-2151 VANCOUVER (CP) A shot of whiskey can help a heart attack" victim through the first crucial moments of the attack, says Dr. Pierre Grondin, head of surgery at the Montreal Heart Institute. Grondin, here today to attend the 17th annual cardiac symposium sponsored by the British Columbia Heart Foundation, said acute pain and anxiety are the two most frightening experiences for the heart attack victim.- He said if there is no medicine available one should administer a shot of whiskey to the victim. "Alcohol is an excellent pain killer. It also calms the nerves. That's very said Dr. Grondin. If there is no whiskey available and no other medication, the doctor said to give the patient aspirin or "anything to serve as a painkiller. He said the room should be kept cool and well-aired and all clothing should be loosened. The patient should be given medical attention as soon as possible. Crossword ECHOING WORDS By Dorothea E. Shipp ACROSS 1 Lively Scrutinize: 6 Doublelong Bear lead, in Part: comb. 11 a Word Appear 16 Young Type of Time zone 21 there W. 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YBKI. MOO SRNKS FAT; IR 1N7, KB1, YBKI RA UNOOBA1 LB'OO KBBF JET MKF JKT. B.vItidwM.Spcny ITHA IPPH IT LI. 11 GO U E SCP I KEEPS O U M P REAKEP R OKK7. JUMPJA CKKZ. By Jowrf KGNF LKN7.Hn.lX ZTXIHMZ1 YXHBM I, H TJ ZGM DYXHBBF KF B.v Picture above are JUDY, ARLO and baby RHONDA NEUFELD of 2918 13th AVENUE S., Lethbridge, Alberta Meet the winners of this years Annual "HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY" contest, sponsored by CITY REALTY INSURANCE LTD. To qualify, they bought property from CITY REALTY INSURANCE LTD. in 1973. We at CITY REALTY ft INSURANCE LTD. congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Neufeld and extend our appreciation for their patronage in 1973. The winners of the Listing award are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shields formerly of 1118 24th Street North, Lethbridge, now residing in Metfort, Saskatchewan They each received gift certificates of from MAXINE'S LADIES' WEAR and GENTLEMEN ill. Our congratulations and appreciation to them for listing their property with us in 1973.