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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IS lETKBRICGE MESAID Januo.-y 31. 1973 truck kitchen: elderly woman pinned 1 :-N> r-sd co be '.jwed av jy. was not in- 700 block. Mam St. The v s nefi. crowbars, being another was parked on the TO i re :rto ,--r.-.. after Mrs. U'llinr's. in hit ihe house1 on the r.r.rO'.: '-d'cc.er, be ironing a: :he time o: i..-.. of 7ih and Main failure 01 or .x her brakes could went across tho lauii and S'v The lor son-.e the house." said police. arc :ire :ook entire kitchen vi.is de- >.v'? h her rescue. i.'.-ir.: Psyrc. a on a hill, the bm a: 'L-r.e of ur.i: rolled 353 feer before :c free her. crashed ir.to Ln.e the vehicle 2: I: is ov.ned by Berber It pushed ail r.he kitchen cupboards right up 3 cains t her snd the Bcior-.1 j'-e c-xld be raxen ihe rear of ine Williain> by right back against the o: ihe truck Alcom near his house siove.' NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES DOES IT AGAIN fi EASTERN BUYERS RETURN WITH UNBELIEABLE SAVINGS TO YOU MEN'S DRESS SHOES elastic, latest styles ond colors. R-g. 10 ONE TABLE CASUAL PANTS Sues Final Clearance Girls' Winter QQ One group to choosn from. Quilted. Sorrie fur trim cdlars, various styles available. Shop early and save. Values to S20. PANTIHOSE UNlbtX CAMPUS EXTRA SPECIAL BOYS' GIRLS', CHILDREN'S SWEATERS tylM, short ond long ileevn. IDEAL WITH BAG PANTS SNOMOBILE SUITS Shrink and Skinny Ribs. Reg. to 59.95 Nylon oufen. Assorted linings Assorted colors. Sizes 2-18. JANUARY CLEARANCE MEN 5. LADIES' TEENS' Gloves Mitts JUST ARRIVED FOR SPRING 73 MENS SMART 1 PANT SINGLE BREASTED TOQUE and SCARF SETS motchw the smart long scarf in o variety J? of ro'ors to chcxree from. 1 Latest Aist. G'en mode to fit with you in mind. Reg. (all models to JITC 50. EXTRA PANTS 514 95 1.50 59 MEN'S ESKIMO Car ad! en rvs' curer, cuiit lined. Ccnircs? brci-d en cuffs end Afcchsd f'j-- heed. Reg. Value 517.50 9 .95 MEN'S DRILL WORK Heavy duck outer, quilt !insd. Detachable hood. BOYS' DRILL PARKAS Attached fur trim hood. Zipper ond snap closure. SIY95 FOOT WEAR DEPT. BOY'S INSULATED THERMO BOOT SO-95 Lace up boot Kyle. 3 SAVE S2.88 ON MEN'S CIVIL WAR BOOTS Warm Lined. 10 MEN'S LEATHER SHOES Ncolilo and leather tolas. Reg. to S9.95 SPECIAL PURCHASE LADIES' HANDBAGS AND TOTE BAGS vnn'etv of slyles to every reed They loi Uyles to su.t AM ,oV like dfZ GIRLS' DRESSES and PANT SUITS greet assortment cf C] styles to chcose from. All siies. 3 BOYS' GIRLS' T-SHIRTS Long sleeves, assorted colors Sues 2-6X. 1 CHILDREN'S BOXER JEANS Ccrd end brushed ccrd, flcre legi. pclc pockets ond split kr.ee styles. Sues 2-6X LADiES' TEENS' BLOUSES Long pcintsd collar, 100S perma polyester. Various colon. Reg. lo S4.95 LADIES' TEENS' BEAUTIFUL KNIT BLAZERS Various co'.ori. Some belted. Solid aad stripes. Reg. Value to S9.95 VCHAftGEXat NATIONAL DEPT. STORE CORNER 3rd AVENUE AND 5lh STREET SOUtli WE RESERVE THE BICHt TO 1UUT qUANTrTIES OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P M. Farewell party COrn'S iHNSi A farewell; party UT.S hold in Lho Couits: Oivit1 OYmro fur Mr -and Mrs. ik'vvard A Mr Aman has bwn the agent :y Alberta Wheat Pool here several years. He re- cer.ily received a transfer to' the pool elevator al Stewart; Siding. Tliey will be mak- j ing iheir horn? at Lethbridgc. i Lawrence Maloff. formerly of Milk River, has replaced Mr.: Volleyball BLAIRMORE 'CXP j Recreation director Bonnie PoriiT says arrangements have j "neon completed for women's volleyball sessions to be held at 1 the isabelle Sellon School here j[ 7 p.m. each Thursday. Following volieybaU. mixed badminton sessions are held and these are open to everyone. Auxiliary officers Aid library RAYMOND :HNSI church groups have mace a sub? t an- contribution w the Ray- mond Public Lib ran'. Three LDS wards and the, Youag Adult Buddhisi Associa-1 tion have placed 20 new books i m the iibrarv. Morni Gcddard, front cenlre, dislrict commander of the Royal Canadian Legion Auxiliary, gathers with officers she installed recently at Fort Maclecd. Front row, from left: Irene McCaughlery, presidenl; the district commander; and Dorothy Roberts, past- president. Second row: Mcry McNab, Ssraeant-At-Arms Hannah Borthwick; Evelyn Wat- mough, Ruby Weaver and Jean Christiansen. Third row; Jean Nelson, 1st vice-presi- dent, and Bev Eagleson, 2nd vice-president- Back row: Margaret Kropinak, Barbara Smith, Judy Tonneson, secretary-treasurer, and Peggy Scheer. Cora Herresevele is also en executive member. Swiharl Photo Books circulated at hospital Mrs. Wecko heads library board (CNF Bureau' Mrs. K. Wecko has been eieci- e-'i chsirmsT' of ihe Coleman Community Library board. Officers are vice chairman Kclyk: Je- KejmEc: treasurer. Mil- dred Zsk: librarian. John Wav- recaa asd librarian, Carouse Koiys. Total was SI.150 and Expenses were S1.2SO. The bank donations -P- cei'-ed from ihe provincial EOV- ermneot. tlw TCT.TI of Colemaa Elks. Colemaa Lions, OORP, and United Mine Work- ers. The libran" has a total of 5.- books on the she'.ves and new books a-aitir.g to be I'rocessec A li_-ge of paperbacks be added. The board deeded :o ;i.Tje Hbrar-' service to the Crov.-sr.est Pass General Hospi- tal and attempts will be made to try to recruit a regular work- er for this endeavor. An invits- lion is extended to anyone to assist library" work. Library workers Mrs. L. .Aid- Is. M. Mrs E. Mrs. E. Liddel. Mrs. Madjusrrie. Mrs. Emily Misurs. Mrs Bess I'pcoc. >L-s. Gi-.irrrES. Mrs. K. .Tamiesm, Mrs! J. Kuiis. Mrs. C. Holyk, Mrs. M. Joi'json. Mrs. G. Blackniore. Mrs. K Wecko. Judy KuliEt and Barbara Wecko were tiisnitixi. RDEK electoral areas CRAXBROOK i Special' restrict of Eas: Koot- er.ay has given final resdms to area by- and wi'Ji two others al- ihe re- quire orJy for four passed a: a recent board neetirLg '-'e for Femie rj7al area, includsg and Fiathead in evrerne sc-jtheast corner of Ease Kcotesay. Wychife includ- E; .-nofl p; St. Prsir.e. arid Fort SiKle north to ir.e c'.vaiiir.p order-in- council for veeis cover CTE-.OTOk reral a-.d Guich in Radium vicinity. Tr.e t'A-o alreacv in force are Eii Valley Wasa area. All prepared L-v forrr.e- RBEK nner Alfred Miilc-r over the pas- three years i> proieoLh-.g public ir.teres: ;r. -.he use to uhicn these rural iarxis goro Leo. hi> ne'.v work Feb i. ard conrinue the multiple land- Li the public BuudLng inspector Ashley Oli- ver reports issuing 576 permits in :o esiUBated SS.605.4W value in rural RDEK building. Surstar.tiul part :vas T-be filial staff for Fording Caal Ltd Near'y --.vo-thirds the whole total is industrial builcir.g acd rr.ore than cne-third resideatiaL Housing uni: starts were Fees totalled J15.SSO for per- ruits and Lrisopecdons district miiii-biidset >mis OK NAiAL Djtric: c; cosU ar.c h25 approved lices lo iKi nroi-ldes for r. e a 1 govemmeii. J37.620. er salaries EIX! benefits: 540.- deb- chnrces; 549.5CO. wa- a.'.d sewer sen-ices: S3.90C. :er a.-d sg-.ver sen-ices de- tt. sar-itatioa: ard for recrc-jv.c.p. sid n :re Disu-'-: o" five men. A'i. Anthony Del.uca rcque't- K cv--j-cil to cor.'oct to recjcSi a Ic-raf pro-.-jicia! ager: He the of Sparnood resideris Ln :o go to Fcrrue to The drCiS'.cn lo Mr. ;o the was a hl5 irvor. the hoard of Ihe rxxsrir2l r-ijL-xJr.g commission. I; -J'as felt that ;he c-.f ;he !l-.i? year co-- cem :r.e r.e-.v Mr. FiirciJugh is b ine Perfection! PINCHER CREEK sixteen men and if wonien to Fee nine men snri nine would stance 'o Cal- pan- bowiirg Bill Huculci came up with the winrang streak for ihe men with a -3.375 eame total average of 273, after 15 gs.me5. He bo-.vlec a pen'ect garr.e, first led in Pitcher suire the lane? opened 11 veers for a triple oJ 1WO. team mstes him will he: All Newbercer. 4.127: Cunnineha-Ti. -J.llO: Roy 4.103: Lawrence Fobert. Wild- EEH. 3.Sol: Marry Bc-jvenue. 3.655: and Ailai Riley, 3.581 a5 Sternaie. Rcse Addiion cazne up iroin, behiLQ r.o Lcp the wo- men s 5.73? iooil after IS close be- hird is Jeanne Hole. 3.370: .Anita RobL-iSon. 3.573; Shir- lev Arjcbe-vy, S.547: EiT.eea Barton. Jan Xewber- ger. .-Vr.nene Ouelletie. 3.569: Erd He-en Brottn, 3.- "c? a? In ihe handicap section. Fred the men wiih 2 tots! in eisht garr.ej; Freda Bruder topped [he ladiei' handicap 1 followed by Leor.a Doei: with 1.593. AL Elxr. e will Ln Feh. :7 it. .v.: the recues: of the depa "-5- of land :Jier uie a l.'.rar-- re tho AV Fr..r> office a public 3 a" '.v.-.rk or ccm- I :all the :ovri re- ;hsi :vs ap- J-e c-.-.r.c.'. IJOT.-I! fo.-ei.vrj-.'s ofike rr. or o: rlv- r .-i f-vr ;.r. i i.-.c1 A ,-ent to the ro- r rliiappoin'mPRt v ..5 u.il N.inion ,_ Tho Ir.iiLitivos wniracl !or I. P and rr frr.m f inach Man- r inc rr> p.rwr. IM the j w (liWUS50d c.nr.vii h.vl Iwn ft- .iiv ,_, r could r. if be ,bctj anfj nor- Tro :er: f project, mi the ihrouph t h e financing Corporation. BLECTROHOME ;cc- control o: r c-d SPECIAL Rtg "S65990 ACTIVE T.V. SERVICE 1238 3rd AVE .5. PHONE 327- (OPEN THU8S. AND HI. Till 9 P M.) 5020 ;