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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedntidtty, July I, 1970 THE LETHBRIDCf HERALD 17 Alderman Accused Of Taking Tree CALGARY (CP) Aid. Ed tree replanted at his of anyone 1 know an investigation would Dooley called here for an in- Kushner, who was not held but city commissioners vestigation into the removal of Aid. Dooley told city meeting, said expected to give council a a tree from city property by the tree was I'emoved and had permission from at the next meeting, Aid. John Kushner who had the planted "without the authorities, although 1 would just as soon not put 27. on the n ri Outside the council chamhers Aid. Dooley said it was Lfj jfil I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 R hehavior for the fa 1 UB 1 8 lul 1 I one should benefit from city owned property. If Leap citizen had done it, 32S 5th Street South Phone would have been laid." WELCOMES PROBE Aid. Kushner said he Year ANNOUNCE MORE EXPANSION SALE WINNERS Of Prizes Drawn for during the Grand Opening of our newly expanded square feet of Display Area located on the upper floor of our. main an investigation by city commissioners. "I'm not ashamed of what I did. I've got nothing to hide. But you don't understand, the tree was going to be destroyed by street (CP) The Canadian automobile industry is growing three times faster than the United Stales industry, says M. J. Closs, general .sales manager of Chrysler of Canada Ltd. the tree was told the Federation of Ca- Westinghpuse Dishwasher MR. ROGER it's probably going to- Advertising and Sales Coleman' Alta. Desk DORIS CLARK, 1512 3rd Ave. N. 2 Floor Mats DARREL PIEKEMA, 1811 17th Ave. S. 2 Floor Mats _ W. OPP, Box 567, Claresholm 2 Floor Mals-WILLIAM ZAROOLAN, 528 12th St. C me more to transport it than to buy a new tree." Aid. Kushner said Aid. Dooley was correct about the tree being moved late at night with a that one in every seven Canadian dollars originates with the auto industry, the largest secondary industry in th.e: country. Fireplace CHRIS DORATTY, No. 4 Box 6 Sparwood predicted vehi- Stereo (portable) TREASA DIRICCO, 1305 8th St. Kushner said it "was will be sold in Canada dur- Occasional Chair MR. C. FINDLAY, P.O. Box 95 Iree and was 1975, compared with 3' Stacking Stools-MRS. M. HRABOWY, 1829 9th Ave. the truck, so for safety's sake, was asked for a police 1950. Recent declines in auto sales 40 square yards Rubber Underlay MRS. E. ROBINSON, 1223 6th Ave. A South Wall Mirror MRS. J. CAHOON, SS-I-4-6, "We did it late Monday night so it wouldn't tie up traffic not caused by the economic situation but because buyers "have lost confidence in the Wall Mirror MRS. D. HARMON, 1025 23rd St. way." Aid. Kushner said Aid. and are putting off car purchases until this confi- Our Congratulations to the winners and thanks to making a personal is regained." entering and making the opening a success To those o didn't enter please feel welcome to come in said political motivations could be customers were uncertain about government tax was no indication anti-inflation policies. Once a year B.C. Cherries are here. This is it! B.C. Cherries. The biggest, juiciest, ever-lovin' cherries in the land. Enjoy them often during July, and don't forget to preserve some too! For tree baoklcli on home cunnlns Ireeiinj I.e. Ttit.Friilll, wtlle: Otpl. N., B.C. Tut Fruits Ltd., Kolowna, B.C. 5-PCE. LIVING ROOM 4-seater foam filled sofa and chair in a wide choice of and colors. Matching and step table and fable lamp. JULY SPECIAL SOFA and CHAIR Foam filled cushions. A wide choice of hard-wearing covers. J. 5 PIECES JULY SPECIAL, 2 PIECES 189 219 .00 CHECK THESE GREAT BEDROOM FURNITURE VALUES! 3-PCE. BEDROOM SUITE Bookcase bed, double dresser, chiffonier. Wal- nut finish. JULY SPECIAL 3 PIECES S 159 .00 SIMMONS FAMOUS OSTERMOOR SLEEP UNIT Reg. 189.95 MATTRESS BOX SPRING JULY SPECIAL Queen Size Unit 4 CQ 60" x 9 IOJJ. SIMMONS SINGLE BED SIZE SIMMONS SINGLE BED SIZE BOX SPRING AND BOX SPRING AND MATTRESS UNIT MATTRESS UNIT Quilled. Complete with leg. JULY SPECIAL TQCf) (3.01' With metal frame and Vinyl Headboard. GORf! COMPLETE 33.3U BED CHESTERFIELDS A good selection of and Coven. SALE PRICED AS C 1 CQ LOW AS I Off OUR ENTIRE CARPET STOCK CLEARANCE PRICED! 1 roll Evlan Nylon. 12' wide .49 Reg. sq. yd. JULY SPECIAL............SQ. YD. 5 1 ROLL SHAG TWO-TONE MOSS Reg. 11.50 sq. yd. JULY SPECIAL, "7 OR SQ. YD............. OZITE INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPETING Colors: Tangerine, Turquoise, Brown and Indian Corn Reg. 6.95 sq. yd. JULY SPECIAL, SQ. YD Many, many other great values to select from too numerous to list! CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. Nights for your Shopping Convenience! Phone 327-8578 ;