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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD TSundoy, January 18, I WATER POWER VSED SHIPS PKVKLOPKD Water power was used 10 ecu- The air-twit carrier was de- crste electricity for [actcry ai'.d vdoped by Bnt.iin's li o y a! i Eireet lighting in Duma m drmsg liv Vim IP35. War. TForrf purge under way Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ FART I: 1-b: J-b-5-F servati-, e PART II: 1-d; 2-o- 3-e; J-b; 5-c. PART III: 1-b: 2-e; 3-a: 4-c: 5-d PICTURE QUIZ: Liv Ullmar.n ve Cc-n- THE GARDEN HOTEL Presents RON aud the OUTLAWS TONIGHT, FRIDAY, SATURDAY For Your Listening Enjoyment! PARIS (API Tlh- French government began .1 pursue Wednesday of words from the vocabu- lary, banning such as hit parade, tanker and zon- ing from official A terminology set up by former premier Crabsn in 1970 annoiincitl ii IMS four.d KO French words to reolace English ths[ Frenchmen use to fill in the holes m their OUTI language. Today's Official Gazette lisrs ri'-e French Mrrrfs whose use has become in government dealings. It recommends that the reft of the population use them as The vocahilnry edict scents to bo part of the gevern- moni's concern In that French be adapted to the needs of nicdorn lechnolop. It nko 10 be a khid of linsuistif1 shorins-un for the challenge Ihr.t French is ex- "CL'ed .n i'rori re- lish for dominance in [he Eu- rocean Common Markei. ATTACK IN STAGES The commission first at- tacked Uie areas of show busi- ness. television. trars- poriaiion and space ;eoh- nology and ssid woidd set around to finance, computers and tourism Among the most conmio.nly used English words or PLAYGOERS of LETHBRIDGE GENERAL MEETING FOR MEMBERS PAST, PRESENT AND PROSPECTIVE Bowman Arts Centre FRI., JAN. 19th p.m. to Discuss GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS phrases lo be banned from [he vocabulary of the govern- ment television network are fbshbnck. one-man show, hit parade and be w'acril rcsosctivelv by ret- ro s p e c t i f, spectacle solo, jwtmares and varias. In the area of housing, zon- ina will become and in transportation, STOL air- 'lie English ab- breviat'cn of short takeoff KIH Income avion adnc. which is the ab- of the same words in French. TnnV-crs Is to become na- vire citerne. The judges kept the word pipeline intact, but InF'Sied that It get a French pronunciation: it shonM sound like peepleen. Oleoduct. used by some French purists, was mentioned. The commission admitted failure, however, on three words that are constantly threaded through business conversBtion in France. They found no substitutes for hard- ware, software or marketing, and they will retain their place until substitutes are found. SIMPSONS oears SKATE CLEARANCE OFF SKATES MEN'S, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SKATES FLOOR STOCK -Clearing at Off! Reg. to Price CLEARANCE OF DISCONTINUED UNMOUNTED SKIS PRICE SKI SETS Rocket Ski Set Mad-e c1 nstal safety bind- ing w-- srrc "0 pc.s, pcwder biue f.ns-. 4'0" Reg. SI8.98 9.49 4'6" Reg. SI 9.98 9.99 5'0" Reg. S21.98 10.99 5'o' Reg. 523.98 11.99 Alpine Ace Ski Set l-- the Metnl c'd Toe Lo--rer Rec finiih. 4'0" Reg. S 9.98 4.99 4'6" Reg. 510.98 5.49 Maverick Ski Set c: harawocd. "--e'cl tip prc- tec'2- Step in bindings. 10 rr.- YeHow Cn'sh, 3'6" Reg. S23.98 11.99 4'0" Reg. S24.98 12.49 4'6" Reg. 526.98 13.49 SKIS LISTED BELOW Mark II S-85 A i'l W3se ;r r-s- e S zei 6, Reg. S29.9 14133 Mark II S-90 '2693 Alpire Megeve XL 195. 205 c-. 529 93...... 14.99 SIMPSONS SEARS CROSS COUNTRY SKIING SKIS :-CM c; ia-rvnsJpd wcoci wirn i- eeiL-'c e-gei. Red enan-ouael 5, 2CO, QQ BOOTS SPORTS CENTRE WHERE THE NEW IDEAS ARE '0 Rog. qrc -.Ki- jc> neea ro pr 3 10 c-d I POUS c- PSidl-r aid l'rcc-1. lergi.T r-ecu-e fra-i arnplf to fleer. BINDINGS 4 orcng Fcii y 24 99 J299B fctiWW 5.98 Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Scars STORE HOURS: Open Gaily 9 a m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 1 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Csnlre Village. Telephone 328-9231 Detoxification centres at Edmonton and Calgary EDMONTON (CP) Detox- ification centres based on the i premise that drunken persons ;are ill rather than criminal 1 soon will be established in Ed- monton and CVlgary, Health [Minister Neil Crawford said here. Mr. Crawford, in a news re- i lease, said Lhe centres, funded I [or 1973-7-1 by from i ire provincial government and SGW.OOO from the Alcoholism ard Drug Abuse Commission ard (he Alberta Hospital Ser- vices Commission, will be op- erating by the end of January. The program provides for de- toxification units o[ five bed! each located in major hospitals for persons requiring medical services and. two 30-bed non- centres. The program will also co- ordinate community rehabilita- tion services, Mr. Crawford said. WINDBLOWN A gusl of wind sends his hair living ss former U.S. President Lyn- ilon B. Johnson listens to the inaugural address bv HOY. Dolph Briseoe in Ansiin. Tex. Johnson was among m.iny diguitarles at tlie ceremony, Pensions hiked EDMONTON" rCPl A 3.5 per cent in to retired civil wcs announced today by Lhj Al- berta government. Labor Minister Bert Kotol said it was the first annual ad- justment made since 1K9. "The latest increase, effective Immediately, places our form- er employees in a most favor- able position in relation to Uieir counterparts he said in a news release. Everyone Welcome! BRIDGE and WHIST CRIBBAGE Friday, Jan. 19th 8 p.m. RAINBOW HALL-5th Avenue North Admission SOc Sponsored by Socicl Committee of N.D.P. LATIN .NAME N'ava Scotia, a Latin k meajiir.g NV-v Scotland, was sel- 9 ected by Sir William Alexander r in T f -v T LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. end I3lh ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "MUSIC UNLIMITED" Members ond Iheir inviled gueiu 4 4 4 4 Cut! Tire and Auto Centre 4 Ply Nylon Snow Tires AM cv- S3. GO 's bfjf p y ryicn r c C78-13 Blatkwcll Blockwo'l Price tf-ecd to yc'j going and keen yoj when the is HIGH. for the niLG, too De.uxe is Guaranteed 35 rnc-'-s agains: Irs'c iic' on ct Nc ex'ra cnarps. C7S-1J E73-M C73-U E76-H 73-ii G7S-U I J. 0-0-' 695-i J 735-1 J SiO.iS SI1 9S SJS.fs 533.93 93 521 93 C3 5T3 17.98 IB.98 17.98 18.08 19.98 20.98 22.93 2J 98 IB.98 18.98 19.98 20 98 :J 98 cvciict e, S3 guarantee a! S.mpsons-Sears you ael Ihp lines! guarantee STORE HOURS' Opm Daily 9 a.m. ro 3.30 or money refunded p m. Thimc'ny and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Iree delivery Village. 328-9231. ;