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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 18, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 best for tackling ocean trek in PORT OF Atlantic and I did I fin-d were greeted Trinidad (AP) A I wouldn't do men on a a large crowd and a woman on a has the Oerlemans' crossing the ocean is not good for There is Agatha. She flew good but "definitely or three to Trinidad last two or three such a voyage. after day there without women, and a but the the leader of the that's good, and the lonel ier said he Atlantic not two one gets the: the voyage to The Last is going mad pollution in the a sixton steel have found that flare. and human reached this trips the do you realize He said he island Thursday, is the you a documentary days after two in the whole from on the human en- Alfons Oerlemans events. Last year, crewmen, and a book. Raoul de and when only serves Moroccan to cross the believed this Hassan Cribatou, in a would be the the Moroccan coast my crewman T I one if we did not do drift across the right for the first I nave that madness is fast about tic. "I have proved that man with only a little courage can do what and then he just went. Fear of the large waves and the loneliness of what is an thing rather sanity is a relative thing. Crossing he said. But though he observed considerable pollution, there's "still said crossing caused on a rsift to' save mans, an amateur psychologist and a break down, and I had to give up the trip a for me it is he said. "This after all may not man. "I wanted to miles three the last generation." Businessman buys Victoria Cross for TORONTO (CP) Ian Hardcastle, an Oakville, Ont., businessman, paid for a Victoria Cross at an auction here. The military award was put up for sale by Herbert Kippax of Toronto, a great nephew of Private G. Richardson of the 34th Regiment of Foot who earned it during the Indian Mutiny, .1857-1859. Pte. Richardson later settl- ed in Ontario and was given a provincial land grant for ser- vice in repulsing the Fenian raids. He died in London, Ont., in 1922 at age 92. Mr. Hardcastle said the Vic- toria Cross will even tually be donated to a museum or a military establishment. A total of worth of medals, belt buckles, cap badges and other military items were sold. Almost 100 collectors attended. Talented Canadians aid urged TORONTO (CP) Talented Canadians should be given more support by the provincial and federal governments, says a report to the Ontario legislature from a select committee on economic and cultural nationalism. The committee, which has been working for three years, today issued the last of a series of periodic reports, this one dealing with culture. It finds that Canadian culture is losing a battle with that from the United States and says Canada must support and develop its own creative talent. The report also rec- ommends that a new com- mittee be set up to study the problems of culture further. Earlier recommendations from the committee have in- cluded: should help set up merchant banks to sponsor Canadian business enterprises and the province should invest up to half the capital required. and mineral re- sources should be controlled by Canadians and used as a bargaining lever to reverse the trend of foreign domina- tion of Canadian industry. land sales to for- eigners should be banned. "If s so good to hear your voice." LONG DISTANCE-a nice way to recall good times or talk about good news. Surprise someone. Get together by long distance soon. Hearing your voice is the next best thing to seeing you. 1 ONE-DAY FABRIC SPECIAL Merchandise on Sale Monday, January 20th, only a.m. to quantities. Phone someone tonight LONG DISTANCE Not expensive. Very thoughtful. SUBSTANDARD FABRICS 60" wide. Reg. 3.96................................. YARD I ASSORTED ROLLED FABRICS 36-45" wide. Reg. 1.96.......YARD 74< MIX AND MATCH COTONS wide. Reg. 3.96.......... YARD POLYESTER WARP wide. i Reg. 5.96........YARD 396 45" WIDE JERSEY Reg. Reg.3.96. YARD J96 POLYESTER AND WOOL CHECKS wide. Reg. 6.96........... YARD BRUSHED DENIM wide. Reg. 4.66........... YARD MIX AND MATCH CELERA wide. Reg. 6.96......... YARD UPHOLSTERY FABRIC -54" wide. Reg. Reg. 6.96. YARD V 100% RAYON VELOUR II PRICE POLYESTER LINING wide. YARD GABREALLE wide. -Washable ......YARD 4 44 PERCALE PRINTS wide. for quilts........ YARD 78' ASSORTED DRESS SHEERS wide. 4 NOW PRICE MORSE SEWING MACHINE CABINETS 25 year guarantee.................. NOW OFF PLAIN BATISTE -45" wide....... YARD 2 22 45" WIDE DENIM BLUES -Washable -Res. 4.96.......YARD 296 MIX AND MATCH DENIMS wide. Reg. 3.96. YARD 296 WASHABLE ORGANZA wide. Reg. 3.96........YARD 2 96 MIX AND MATCH ACRYLIC SUITING -45" wide. Reg. 5.96........YARD 296 PRE-CUT FABRIC LENGTH NOW 2 PRICE ASSORTED REMNANTS Wide assortment of fabrics. NOW PRICE DISCONTINUED NO-SEW FISHNET NOW 25% OFF ACRYLIC POLYESTER AND FLAX HEATHER PRINTS "eg. 3.96........YARD 60" WIDE CRIMPKNIT 096 Reg.3.96. YARD im DISCONTINUED DRAPERY FABRICS wide. NOW 25% OFF QUILTED LINING NOW COTTON DENIM 36" wide. Rtg. 2.96........YAHD J96 Zellers County Fair Located in Shopping on Mayor Magrath Open daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thun. and Fri. a.m. to 9.p.m. Telephone 3J8-8171 ;