Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 UIE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wfdncjdnv Jonuar> M EATON'S MNWW JANUARY 1ST 3 i Q O Eaton's helps you stretch your January budget with these great buys on beautiful Hanes pantyhose! Its terrific! Hanes super hosierv sale 4. starts Thursday and continues through Saturday February 3rd at Eaton s. Come in. or dial 328-8811 f All-sheer pantyhose 1.60 3 poiri 4.80 Ultra-sheer pantyhose ca-Ty CH Ics, nude fes'. c 2.40 3 7.20 'Alive'' support pantyhose Dress s'neer nylons 1.30 3 POir, 3.90 Nude heel nylons 1.40 3 po r. 4.20 Alive" support hosiery e. 9 5.95 I Quicksilver Dri'l-wccd EATON'S Main Floor BUY LINE 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday 9 'Til 9. Use Your Eaton Come True Card. ;Aberharfs policies still good for 70's EDMONTON CP The So- cial Crecit Pany's four an- nounced leadership candidates were icanimo'js ihi> Li ;ho belie: Social Crtci; has to continue ro prefer.: policies of soziii economic reiorrr. while broadening its base ot support 'o include roots representatives iron all walks of "life. The four Gordon Taylor. Bob Clark. S-hmid; arri John Liitr-vis; a polii- ioruir, eny.vd c: 250 the bv fodder in ir.e tons'" ar.d ccr.'.ir.-t? :r.to T'r.e candldatei iag the 12th poliucal forura held in first in Ed- Harry Strcm an- nounced in he siep- pbg leader. Ttey discussed frota Chris'.iai principles lo ihe coo- coycrnrnpni s propos- ed price namral Eras sale Ciark. MLA Pouer rate increase approved Olds- Fjice a T.ore Ke 5Eid Social Credit fcsd taken !or.v profile d'oring tr.e last ro longer rtpre- ;he brnc-d ?ecdoa the i; did 13 the :i_-.d Even Social Crcd.: provided good honest dunr.e tho 35 failed to comrr.uri- ti'.e OMr '.deas for Lhe he said. Mr. aean of business edjcatior. a; Aibena College is the pirty has to reded-cste to ftirtlwrino a "pof-tive Cnristian lii'esryle." Mr. advocated closer with the federal Social Crc-di'. Ke said the rift provincial aixi fed- eral orgarizacons hid resid'.ed a clash in personalises and ;re I-.TO JE-JS; co-operas in every way pce- Mr. Schmidt, academic president of Lethbridge Com- munity College, pledged hon- est, open and stable govern- ment. The basis of that govera- !ik-ni would be formed in the belioi of a strong, wholesome family unit. Mr. Schmidt said a strong fcmiUy unit the most eifi- cient TSV of transporting one's values from ge.ieration to gen- eration. "If society is to survive as vre know i; must be through :h; spiritual strength of people. I. it dwsr.'; then the strc-ges; bc-'iei o social credit cr ary c-'her psny v.-cn't mat- te: Mr. MLA for DnuT.- sir.ce 1540 and the olces: siting nieniwr in the legisla- ture, p'.edged a to the K-icept cf equal responsibilities among Lhe three levels of gov- ernment. .Attacking the Conservative government's municipal tax rciorm program announced last week. Mr. Taylor said the Con- servatives are treating munici- palities as a child. Mr. Taylor said the mirncJ- pai tax proposals wipe out mun- icipal autonomy. The govern- ment should begin looking on rrstticipEiities as adults who can carry out their Museiimobile Lorraine Brown, 23, of Ottawa ills beside the first of a series cf exhibits spon- sored by Ihe National Mus- eums of Canada that will lour the nation in o 45- foot traclor-trailer. of Ihe first caravan open- ing Jan. 29 in Margoree Forks, N.S., is Canada North. Misi Brawn is one of three guides who will conduct the lours. French TV interviews Giap l.ittnr a-kM ir.-1 M Ir- dinn loader? n1- !i Ir.ilirin f'nric anrl riio r.f i.-nr rol.i- !n rf the commonuealui. Lcxohon. Shoe Depl., Moln PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURSi Thuriday, Friday, 9 a.m. to Saigrday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. TM Floor I p.m. EATON'S Shop Eaton'i Thuriduy and Friday 9 lo 9. Buy lini 328-8811. UIM Your Eaton Trut Card.