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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 42-THE LETHBRIDQE July LATEX BASE SATIN WALL interior finish IMPROVED DURABILITY LATEX SEMIGLOSS ENAMEL LOW SHEEN finish lor Save gal. Guaranteed one-coat Satin-Wall finish Colour your rooms beautiful with this interior latex flat paint. One coat does it all we guarantee it applied per directions on Dries to a glare-free finish in just half an hour. Easy to apply. Leaves no brush or lap marks. Needs no primer. Tools and hands wash clean in soapy water. In 20 colors 30R 103 09. Qt. 30R 103 08. Reg. 599 Reg. S7.99 Save S2 gal. Interior Latex Semi Gloss Enamel finish Fashionable low-sheen finish everyone flows on easily yet wears like the toughest enamels. Dries in only 1 hour or less with no streaks. Use on walls or woodwork. Scrubbable. In 20 colors 30R 101 31. Qt. 30R 101 30 Reg. Reg. gal. Interior colours 05 Bone White 06 Winter White 14 Grape Violet 17 Lilac 18 Champagne Ivory 21 Glacial Green 24 It. Mint Green 25 Avocado Fem 36 Amber Gold 37 Lt. Parchment 39 Caramel 47 Antique White 65 Strawberry Pink 67 Logan Berry 82 Turquoise 87 Azure Blue 32 Lt. Sunshine Yellow 99 Sky Blue 35 Apricot 95 White LATEX HOL'SK PAINT Euelleni lor bciutf of coverige and laslmf qualities M man Mfl aluminum sidinf. Hbestoi shingles mJsoiuy brick ino slueu YELLOWING HOUSE AND TRIM PAINT Especially formulated for wood aluminum aiding 1 GALLON Save gal. Exterior Acrylic Latex House Paint Beautiful coverage that lasts and lasts. Fights the worst of wind and resists fumes and smog. Use on aluminum asbestos brick and stucco. Goes on smoothly. In 12 colors 30R 204 50 Reg. Gallons only. Here's Value Oil base House and Trim Paint Great for all outdoor uses. glossy colors stay clean-looking. Tough oil base. Colorfast. 12 colors. 30R 205 30. Qt. 30R 205 29. gal. Exterior Colors 08 Conch Red 31 Barcelona Brown 41 Mocha Beige 57 Imperial Green 14 Natural Slate 32 Daring Indigo 47 Topaz Yellow 59 Pueblo Gold 30 Red Wood 35 Empire Green 51 Fem Green 95 White Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Store Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 Unemployment Mid-June Labor Force Seasonally Adjured Actual Out of Work 469.OOO 111111 J f M A M J J A S O N 0 of Labor Force' Unemployment down Unemployment in Canada fell to a four year low point during June. Total employment rose by to Fire forces evacuation of town VERMILLION Ont. About residents of this town ot were evacuated Sunday as a huge forest fire eight miles away was blowing closer on brisk winds. Ron a spokesman for the Ontario ministry of natural said a is burning out of but the remaining 300 residents of this town on the Trans-Canada Highway about 50 miles east of are not in immediate danger. He said the residents and holidayers were evacuated as a precaution because winds from the southwest at 15 to 20 miles an hour were forecast to continue towards the town. Temperatures were expected to continue in the .high 80s increasing the fire danger throughout northwestern On- tario The spokesman said the fire is being slowed because most of the forest between it and the town is live standing timber which generally burns much more slowly than the deadfall that fed the fire in its early stages. About 375 men were fighting the using 15 two DC-6 nine water bombers and bulldozers. Leo minister of natural signed an order restricting travel in square miles immedicately west of Red but excluding the com- munity of Red Lake. Eight fires of acres or more were reported out of including one near where 500 residents in four outlying townships were ordered evacuated Saturday. Police seek cause of broken glass Tex. Au- thorities say they may never know what caused a patrol car window to break prompting a police report of a possible sniper incident dur- ing the motorcade of Vice- President Gerald Ford. The Secret Service main- tains the window burst because of heat expansion. It was 92 normal for and the car's air con- ditioning was on when the win- dow on the driver's side shattered. The heat-expansion theory is discounted by the Texas department of public safety. Spokesman Jim said the department believes the window was broken by a rock. The auto was five cars and a bus behind a limousine carry- ing the vice-president from the airport to a dedication ceremony near downtown TENANT APPLICATIONS FOR RENT GEARED TO INCOME FAMILY HOUSING Sponsored by ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION in cooperation with The Federal Government and The City of Lethbridge Alberta Housing Corporation has undertaken a program of providing accommodation for families of low income in the City of Lethbridge. Rents under this program are based on families' income and composition and the housing units are allocated to families with the most need. The first which consists of 20 townhouses and which is located on 18 Ave. between 18th 20th Street N. is near completion. Other projects could be initiated under this program if the need exists. If you are interested in such you could assist the Corporation in determining the need and demand by completing the application form below and submitting it prior to July to Information Yates Memorial City of Lethbridge. APPLICATION FORM 1. 2. 3. Family Composition and Income Name Age Monthly Income Sex Relationship Source Amount b. h........................................... 4. Employment At I am employed unemployed part-time employed Do you receive social assistance 5. Present Housing Owned or Rented Monthly Rent Does this Include payments Furnishings Heat Water..................... Electricity Other ;