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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 48-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD WcdnMdiy, January 15, 1975 MAYFAIR VOGUE'S WARM LIGHT WEIGHT FUR FABRIC COATS ,_ Simulated mink, squirrel, beaver ocelot, seal i 1 and lamb' and fu" length- Sizes 8 to 44' WJM Reg. to CAR COATS And dressy length coats. Wools, fake lea- therd synthetics. WOOL COATS Trimmed with mink, fox and muskrat or un- trimmed. Mohairs, carnel hair, wool tweeds. Complete Size Range DRESSES Sizes 8 to 20 And 14 Vi to 24 Vz 135 395 !o to 395 FORMAL LENGTH GOWNS Regular and Vi sizes. Reg. to 70.00 BUYS BLOUSES JANTZEN TOPS SLIMS Gothic Bri's Rig. to 3.SO Playtix Bn's.......... Girdles Rig. 10.00 to 16.00 BUYS GOWNS DRESSES SKIRTS PANT TOPS SLIMS PLEATED SKIRTS SWEATERS DORM SETS BUYS PANT TOPS SKIRTS SLIMS LONG DRESSES PEIGNOIRS BUYS PANT COATS LONG COATS SPORT COATS 2.S9 to Exquisite Form Bnsques Rig. 10.00 .........4.91 Slim Oddments to 1 .SI Nylon Hose .....................4 pr. Pant Suits 95 Vasts Blazers Housecoats. Caftans WEAR 311-5th St. S. Downtown, Lethbridge Closed Wed. Afternoons Open Thurs. Fri. till 9 p.m. PRIDE ANDJOY Lady Luck rolling dice '8QM plane gamble on TORONTO (CP) Canada's gamble on the Dash 7 aircraft has Lady Luck rolling the dice. Two flight models of the Dash 7, or takeoff and are nearing completion at the sub- urban Downsview plant of the federally owned De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd. A third mock up is being stress tested to destruction. The Dash 7, a four-engine airliner that will carry 50 passengers, takes off and lands on a 2.000-foot runway. A conventional jet airliner re- quires up to feet. This means STOL ports can be built near downtown areas of large cities and near smaller cities that couldn't af- ford large conventional air- ports. Gil Dunkin, the company's coordinator of market development, says the plane GM plant layoffs M. d total near 92 DETROIT (AP) General Motors is eliminating the se- cond shift at its Chevrolet Vega plant in Lordstown, Ohio, beginning Jan. 20. sending workers on indefinite layoff, the firm said Wednesday. GM also postponed for six weeks open ended layoffs for 800 workers at its Buick Divi- sion plant in Flint, Mich. The latest cut raises GM's indefinte layoffs this month to at least about a quarter of its U.S. hourly work force. Another GM workers face temporary layoffs during the next three months. GM said it also was reduc- ing employment at the Vega plant's adjoining Fisher body metal fabricating facility Jan. 20. The firm declined to say how many workers would be laid off there. GM previously announced it would retain both shifts at the Vega plant while trimming out put from 100 to 85 units an hour. That was to reduce the plant's work force by 700. Wednesday's revision adds 100 workers to the layoff roles. will be, by far, the quietest airliner in the world. The noise of taking off and landing should be about the same as that heard from a major expressway with the listener in both cases 500 feet away. The quietness was achieved by using long propellers and spinning them at slow speeds. The smaller 11-passenger Twin Otter, the Dash 7's predecessor, is in the midst of a special, two-year STOL ex- periment between Ottawa and Montreal, operated by Airtransit, wholly-owned by Air Canada. Started in the middle of last year using six planes, demand accelerated so rapidly that by September flights were doubl- ed to 30 a day each way. Used mainly by businessmen, the service runs every half hour during weekdays from to 10 p.m. The service is from down- town STOL port to downtown STOL port and land transpor- tation in a minibus called a STOLmobile is included in the ticket price of one way. This compares with one- way fare with Air Canada where the travellers provide 'their own transportation to and from the international airport on the outskirts of town. Weigh carefully before you shoplift... THE PENALTY IS STIFF Your future is in the balance when you steal from a store. Just one shoplifting conviction can give you a criminal record which is all you need to wreck your life for good. Prospective employers bar their doors. Nobody wants a thief. Remember that when you're tempted to shoplift just for fun. When you get caught, it's not funny. It's a tragedy and for what? Published as a Public Service by... The Uthbruifjc Herald and... THE LETHBMDGE CITY POLICE ;