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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian officer boivs BEING INTRODUCED - A Canadian officer with the ICCS bows as he is introduced to the commander of the South Vietname se Marine Corps, Brig. Gen. Bui The Lan, left, during meeting in Quang Tri, South V iefncm. The unidentified Canadian officer was part of observer team for release of hundreds of Viet Cong and I iorth Vietnamese POWs. World's fastest mouse sold at auction GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) - A mouse billed as the world's fastest, Wally's Wonder III, fetched $157 in an auction in this Peace River area city. Wally was the winner in a race at a high school mouse race which students billed as the world championship. The mouse later went to the highest bidder for $17.50 and the total collected from all bidders - $157 - went to the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). Werry death delays tax meeting EDMONTOX (CP) - A meeting between tte provincial cabinet and the Alberta Urban Municipal'iiies A s s o c i ation (AUMA) executive scheduled for Tuesday was cancelled due to the weekend death of Telephones Minister Len Werry. The new date has not been announced. The meeting is to discuss new municipal tax changes. The AUMA has accused the provincial government of meddling in the fiscal policies of municipalities by imposing a 7%-per-cent limit on spending increases if they are to qualify for provincial grants. Edmonton city council voted Monday night to support the AUMA brief to the provincial government. The Sjudents must pay fines or else EDMONTON (CP) - University of Alberta will retain its policy of withholding degrees, academic awards and transcripts from those students who don't pay their library or parking fines. The general faculties council voted down a proposal by the Graduate Students' Association to end the current system of fines enforcement. "Withholding degrees and transcripts is the only effective sanction we have," Lome Leitch, vice-president of finance, said. Without it the university would face a "tremendous increase" in parking violations. University librarian B. B. Peel said removal of the sanctions would cost the institution 10,000 books this spring alone. Pipeline's future depends on Canada WASHINGTON (CP) - Natural gas delivered by a projected $5 billion pipeline from the Arctic would flow mainly to American markets at first and might increase available United States supplies by six per cent or more, the chairman of Canadian Arctic Gas Study Ltd. said Tuesday. But he warned that the pipe line's prospects depends on whether it meats Canadian interests. William P. Wilder, chairman of the newly reorganized consortium of 25 U.S. and Canadian compallies, made the statements at a meeting of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners a group of state officials in the U.S. Gas could start flowing through the pipeline from the Mackenzie Delta of Canada by mid 1977 if there ai-e no delays, he said, and from the north slope of Alaska about a year later. Each country would supply about one-half the estimated four billion cubic feet of gas a day transported through the 48 inch line. GO TO U.S. "We would expect all of this U.S. volume plus a substantial portion of the initial Canadian volume to flow to U.S. markets,' Wilder said. "This would represent an increase in the order of six per cent in the gas supply available now to U.S. consumers. As exploration develops more of the large potential Arctic gas reserves in both Alaska and northwest Canada, the pipeline capacity could be steadily expanded with incremental looping of additional 48-inch-diame-ter pipe. NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES GIGANTIC MANAGERS SPRING HAS SPRUNG!! MEN'S JACKETS Double knit stretch, lip front. _ Spring shades Reg. 14.95 ............ a 95 MEN'S DRESS & SPORT 3 SHIRTS Perma-Press All colors and..sizes. Reg. to $6.00 for 7" � ea. FANTASTIC VALUE ON MEN'S SHOES Krinkle patent and smooth leather uppers. Loafer and oxford styles. NATIONAL RECOGNIZES THE BUDGET V SAVE 10% ON CHILDREN'S WEAR FINAL WINTER CLEARANCE BOYS' QUILTED PARKAS Drill outer attached hood. Reg. 12.95 ............ CHILDREN'S BOXER JEANS Cord and brushed cord, flare legs, patch pockets and split knee styles. Sizes 3-6x .............. 1 .95 GIRLS' BLOUSES Stripe and solid patterns, spring shades. Reg. to 2.95.......... All 1 .88 Reg. to 19.95 Men's Pants $ Reg. to 9.95........ Sizes 26-46. GIRLS' SMART PANT & DRESS SETS Available in all shades. Reg. to $7.99 MEN'S - TEENS' TURTLENECK SWEATERS 100% Acrylic, layered look. Lightweight for spring wear KIDDIES' FOOTWEAR JOGGING SHOES BOYS' VINYL | Contrast stripes. Sizes 1-5. Reg. 4.95 .................... I NATIONAL CAMPING CORNER EARLY BIRD SPECIAL SLEEPING BAGS Wool Batt fill, size 36"x72". Reg. Value 12.95 ...... BOYS' VINYL Sizes 10 to 3 MEN'S - TEENS' Include This In Your Spring Cleanup DEEP PILE VINYL... 1.98 LEATHER . 2.95 latest Wide Styles SETS All colors, 2-piece..... RON DEIS LADIES' - TEENS' SUEDINE COATS European styled. tM A>95 Belted - Leather � laced pockets. 1973 SPRING ARRIVALS . LADIES' - TEENS' PANT SETS 7.88 ____, ,__________ ___________,_____ Oversizes available............... 10.88 SMART FOR SPRING! LADIES' VINYL 16" WETLOOK FASHION BOOTS Lace and zip styles. Reg. 15.00 Value . 7 CHILDREN'S SNOW SUITS 4 Pile lined quilted Reg. 19.98..... Sizes 2-5. LADIES'-TEENS' PANT SUITS 2 piece set consists of bomber jacket, high rise pants with smart wide cuffs. 90% wool, 10% nylon. All colors. French import. Reg. to 60.00 95 ONE LOW PRICE SPECIAL PURCHASE BIT NATIONAL DEPT. STORES OF CLASSIC BOUTIQUE STOCK GROUP ONE TOPS & SKIRTS... to $10.00 GROUP FOUR c I SKIRTS, SLACKS, TOPS, DENIMS .. J Reg. to $20.00 ................ \ GROUP FIVE DRESSES, FORTREL and DOUBLE KNIT ...... Reg. to $60.00 ....... GROUP SIX GOWNS, SUITS, DRESSES Reg. to $125.00 ............ Mm HIGHLAND QUEEN GAY TOWN CARADE FOUR CORNERS BRAND NAMES SPORTCRAFT WENDY GRAND PRIX CHARGEX at NATIONAL DEPT. STORE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND 5th STREET SOUTH * WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO. LIMIT. QUANTITIES OPEN THURS. & FRI. TILL 9 P.M. "Since exploration to date has barely scratched the surface of reserves In this region, the increase in supplies provided by an overland pipeline could potentially be much greater than six per cent." However, Wilder warned the group that "this project must be demonstrated to be equally in the best interests of Canada if it is to secure approval." "It will be the determination of Canada's interests in the course of public examination during the next 24 months or so upon which the fate of this pipeline will to a substantial degree depend." He said he is confident the company, which an American counterpart operating in Alaska, spent some $30 million on feasibility studies for the 3,-000-mile line, will be able to convince Canadian regulatory agencies of the "compeUing factors which make this project equally essential to Canada" as he said it is to the United States. Wednesday, February 18, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 FIRST POTATO PATCH . The potato industry in Canada began in 1623, when a small patch was grown at Port Royal (now Annapolis Royal) in Nova Scotia. MIDDLE EAST BIRD The pheasant, a large, long tailed, upland game bird, was originally taken to Europe from the shores of the Black Sea by Alexander the Great. NOTICE To All Customers and Friends EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 1973 ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 - 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 Will be Known as VAN'S TV SALES & SERVICE 1238 -3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 JIM VAN LOO vtp- Corner 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. Phone 328-0721 SALE OF FINE BR0ADL00MS PLUSH NYLON ' NYLON LEVEL LOOP 5.95 2 and 3 ten* nylon shag multi color level loop (all ruber backed) . . Sq. Yd. 1 I i i l Hi I I i Rubber backed SQ. YD........ ONLY 4 I c_<, %'"100% NYLON ? SHORT - SHAG t 15 2-Tone ? Colors V nm I i 12-96 � L f# SO. YD. I I I I I SQ. YD. Installed 100% NYLON SHAG C.M.H.C. Approved 20 exciting shades. Completely Installed ,95 yd. 10 80% Wool 20% Nylon HEAVY COMMERCIAL CARPET 17.95 SQ. YD. Installed ACRILAN Hardtwist Rated for H.T. areas. 12 colours. Installed 1.95 5 It* m NYLON SHAG 12-3 tone colors. One of most luxurious shags on the market. Installed 16.95 �q. yd. Heavy Kitchen and Rumpus ROOM CARPET Many patterns and colours to choose from. Installed 10.95 so. vd. 95} I I %4 A 'purity Quallt^l^' Nylons " ' MM'" Size Colour 12'xl3'6" Green 12'xl3'6" Gold 12'x20'8" Gold 12'x13'6" Gold 12'x 9'0" White 12'x 9'6" Red 12'x 9'0" Rust 12'x 9'6" Green 12'x 9'0" Off White 12'x 8'0" Gold 12'x 7'6" Rust 12'x 8'4" Off White 12'x 9'0" Green 12'x 7'8" Bronz 12'x 7'9" Red 12'x 7' Green 12'x 9' Rust $110; Reg. $180 $144 $448 $180 $264 $169 $192 $169 $192 $140' $130 $125 $110 $160 $100 $ 89 $156 ranging from 12'x5' to 12'x6' In shag, I I I I ri I 1 I sculptures, level loops, plushes. Values to $120. YOUR CHOICE Bring this clipping in and you will receive an ADD! uO i0%" OFF any Area Rug or Remnant you choose. I  CORNER 3rd AVE. AND 13th ST N. I I ACROSS FROM THE YORK rHE YORK I ;