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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Febtuary 28, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 37 Off-camp us course draws good response CLARESHOLM (Special) -Response to a University of Lethbridge off-campus continuing education course has been so favorable, the class has had to move to larger accommoda--1] tions. Southern Alberta: A Regional Perspective, a U of L continuing education course being held here, has moved its location from the basement of the town post office, to Room Three in the Claresholm Elementary School, to make room for the large numbers of students attending. Tlie course, featuring discussions of southern Alberta" climate, agriculture, geology, literature and early settlement, is being held for four sessions on Monday evenings. Co-ordinator is Dr. Frank Jankunis of the university's geography department. I Reports trickling into Australian cities from the untan> ed highlands of New Guinea tell of spreading flareups between warrior bands using bows and arrows, with village ranged against village. The trouble appears centred in the most primitive parts of Australian-administered Papua, New Guinea. The area combines Papua and neighboring New Guinea, a United Nations trus- WARFARE REPORTED teeship. The territory recently became self-governing and is expected to be independent in two or three years. Much of (Papua is still unexplored. A government patrol recently stumbled on a trible of some 30 people called the Feu- tou whose existence had not previously been suspected. The patrol said the tribe lives in an isolated gorge and that its members cook and eat the bodies of slain enemies. Some officials believe that with the departure of the Australians the primitive tribal warriors decided to revert to the ways of their ancestors in dealing with their foes amd rivals. The highlanders who make up about a third of Papua, New Guinea's 2.5 million people are mostly uneducated. They reportedly opposed early independence for fear that they will come under domination of the more advanced coastal population. Today's fashion (SIMPSONS Sears Take it from; the toes with colourful hosiery, finish it off with the soft allure of a clingy little body top Nylon body shirts a-Shirtmaker body blouse with pointed collar, tab front opening, breast pocket Button trim. Snap crotch. Navy/White, White/Navy, Cherry/White. S-M-L. 499 b-Shirtmaker style In gay polka dots. Cap sleeves. Novelty collar. Tab front opening. Snap crotch. White/Navy, Wht./ Mint. White/Pink. S-M-L. 399 25% off Cling-alon Pantyhose and nylons Save so much on the hosiery with the famous fit. All Sani-Gard and anti-static treated. For colours, see chart. d-Our sheerest rriesh knit panty hose. Reinforced panty, toe. Nude heel, special crotch. S(5'0-5'3, 95-110 lbs.) M(5'3-5'6, 110-125 lbs.) L(5'6-5'8,125-140 lbs.) XL(5'8-5'9, 140-155 lbs.) Reg. $2.50 $1.87 e-Non-run all sheer pantyhose for fashion. 60 day guarantee from date of purchase against runs. Nude heel, reinforced toe. Sizes as above. Reg. $2.50 $1.87 f-AII nude sheer panty hose. Sandalfoot. Great for sandals, short dresses. Special crotch. Sizes as above. Reg. $2.50 $1.87 g-Statuesque panty hose. Super sheer. Reinforced panty plus back panel. Nude heel. Fits 165-200 lbs. Reg. $3.00 $2.25 h-Super sheer nylons. Reinforced toe, nude heel. P(8%-10) C(9'/2-11) T(11-11V4) XT(101/2-12). Reg. $1.39 $1.04 k-Statuesque nylons. Super sheer with reinforced heel, toe. Runguard at toe. (9V2-10V2) (11-12). Reg. $1.49 $1.11 m-Sheer knee-highs. Mesh knit. Sandalfoor toe. Lycra spandex tops. M(8V4-9'/j) L(10-11). Reg. $1.00 73$ n-Calf-highs. Sheer mesh with reinforced toe, nude heel. M(81/2-9M>) L(10-11). Perfect for under slacks. Reg. 75C 56C ladies' Hosiery Colour chart d e f g h k m n Honey Beige X X X X X X X X Hint 0' Brown X X X X X X X X Grey Mist X X X X X Hint 0' Navy X X X X X Hint 0' Black X X X X Pink Sand X X X X Chocolate Berry Red Ivory ; Plum ; White X X X I Nu Beige X X X X pring of 73'- a new you FASHION SHOW YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Monday, March 5th - 8:00 p.m. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT OUR JUNIOR BA2AAR STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Thurs. and Fri. 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 TAX FOR Presented by The Lethbridge Herald in co-operation with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta, The Lethbridge Herald is privileged to join with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta in presenting a panel of Lethbridge and district chartered accountants in a discussion and explanation of the income tax laws as they pertain to the average taxpayer-Audience questions on income tax points as they affect farmers, small businessmen, working mothers and wage earners will be answered by the panel. Your attendance is invited at this enlightening and constructive open forum. 7 7' rkksen's Family Restaurant MODERATOR Rex Little, C.A., Campbell Clinic PANEL Lloyd Gerla, C.A., Thorne, Gunn and Co. Bob Olshaski, C.A., Young, Parkyn, McNab and Co. Ron Culleaux, C.A., Culleaux and Mills Ken Dorchak, C.A., Watkinson Hanhart and Duda Logan Tait, C.A., Schwartz Agencies CHAIRMAN Bob Parkyn, C.A., Young, Parkyn, McNab and Co. Tickets Free - Admission by Ticket Only. Tickets available at The Lethbridge Herald business office and Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce office. It is suggested that those planning to attend should obtain their tickets as soon as possible. Attendance is limited. A PUBLIC SERVICE - OF - The Lethbridge Herald 4 V > ;