Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, February 26, 1975 COATS A Real Beauty Come Rain or Shine! D. Acetate-lined style of crisp Canadian Mist fabric (65% combed Navy, Brown Beige, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow. 9 to 15. Fuss-Free Winner for Spring 75! E. Semi-fitted all weather coat in lustrous Canadian Mist 65% combed nylon fabric. Acetate lining. Same colours as 'D' 10 to 18. Hooded Pant Topper A. Comfy practical 65% nylon fabric style with acetate lining, attached hood Z pockets. Navy or Tan. Teens' 10 to 14x. A Great Go-Anywhere Coat! F. Neat semi-fitted pant coat tailored from Canadian Mist 65% combed nylon fabric. With acetate lining. Same shades as 'D'. 9 to 15. Smart 'Walkabout1 Styled for Spring Action! G. Lovely trench is fashioned in rain-chasing Canadian Mist 65% combed nylon fabric lined with acetate. Same colours as 'D' 9 to 15. B. Single-breasted pant coat, of Canadian Mist 65% combed nylon fabric, lined with 100% acetate. Blue, Beige or Brown. 10 to 14X. Fashion Trench C. Superbly styled plaid trench comes with hard-wearing 100% cotton outer shell 100% acetate lining. Red or Beige Plaid. Teens' 10 to 14X. Dynamic Back-belted Fashion! H. Acetate-lined double-breasted coat is tail- ored from nice-looking checked fabric. Choice of 10 to 18 Collea. Shopping Mall 025 Maor Marath Driv OT Mil CW itlTlltriflTIIIII SATISWCTION ntimnmuvtnt Thursday ft Friday i.m. to p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. We THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES DIEFENBAKER Diefs fever up, down OTTAWA (CP) Former prime minister John Diefenbaker remained in hospital Tuesday with a fluc- tuating fever while doctors continued to take tests. The 79-year-old Conser- vative MP for Prince Albert entered hospital Saturday after returning from his con- stituency with the fever. His doctor suggested he enter hospital. Since then his temperature has been up and down, usually varying between normal and 101. He appeared to be im- proving during the weekend, but a spokesman in his office reported another rise in temperature Monday night and a drop in blood pressure: His temperature vvas reported to have dropped again Tuesday afternoon. While Mr. D'iefenbaker's ill- ness was not regarded as serious, his office has cancell- ed all his speaking engagements for the next two months. "We just don't think he'll be able physically to meet the en- said a spokes- man. Mr. Diefenbaker is confined to bed at the hospital although he continues to call his office by telephone. He has been on antibiotics since -he entered hospital, but the spokesman said they don't appear to have had any effect. Amin bans copper sale to Canada KAMPALA (CP-Reuters) Prsesident Idi Amin has bann- ed exports of Ugandan copper because he says no one, including a Canadian com- pany, has been paying for it, it was announced Tuesday. Amin said he recently learn- ed that although Uganda sold thousands of tons of copper every year, "we have in fact not been receiving any money for exported copper." He said no money had been received since a 30-year agreement was signed with a Canadian company, the Falconbridge group, with mines in Kilembe, western Uganda. A spokesman for Falcon- bridge Nickel Mines Ltd. in Toronto confirmed the com- pany had been active in Uganda for 30 years but had not heard of any problems. He said the company was attempting to make contact with an official of Kilembe Copper Cobalt Ltd. which owns Kilembe Mines which operates the Ugandan mines. Falconbridge Nickel owns 72.8 per cent of Kilembe Copper Cobalt. Amin said the ban would re- main in force until the issue is discussed with the companies concerned and the amount due to Uganda had been deter- mined. Amin said that the salaries of workers, including ex- patriates, at Kilembe and at Uganda's copper smelting plant at Jinja, east of Kam- pala, are being paid for by overdrafts at local banks. Sworn in WASHINGTON (AP) Elliot Richardson, who held three Cabinet positions under former President Richard Nixon, was sworn in Tuesday as the United States am- bassador to Britain. He succeeds Walter Annenberg.