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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDQE July Toilet bowl blossoms Toilet bowls make decorative pots for Hank Dubres' garden at his Toronto home. The toilet seats on the pole are hung for decoration in the garden that may just .bowl you over. Eve MARANJO'S Summer Clearance Balance of Regular SUMMER SANDALS OFF Large Selection of SANDALS Reg. to 30.00 CLEARANCE pair '99 ONETABLE SHOES and SANDALS 999 SALE Selection of SUMMER HANDBAGS OFF Short and Discontinued Lines MEN'S SHOES Reg. to 37.00 CLEARANCE PRICE ONETABLE SHOES and SANDALS Open Thursday 9 p.m. WORLD OF SHOES 317A Sixth Street South Gallup election survey right on the mark TORONTO Public opinion surveys conducted in the final days of the 1974 elec- tion campaign by the well- known Gallup organization and the country's two major television networks showed a marked difference in their summation of the electoral mood of the country. On the basis of returns showing a Liberal majority that sharply reversed the result of the 1972 only the Gallup Poll was right on the mark while the publicly-owned CBC and its privately-owned were only partly cor- rect. The Gallup con- ducted here by the Toronto- based Canadian Institute of Public was published by its subscribers last Satur- day and showed the Liberals would hold 43 per cent of the popular vote. With more than 97 per cent of the polls reported the unofficial result for the Liberals was exactly 43 per cent. The Gallup Poll had predicted 35 per cent for the Progressive Conservatives and 16.5 per cent for the New Democratic Party and the election day results 35.5 and 16 per cent. That prediction was based on what a poll spokesman de- scribed as modified proba- survey of house- holds across the proximately 10 per cent of them in the Atlantic 28 per cent in 36 per cent in Ontario and the remainder in the West. A series of standard based on a long-per- fected was augmented by in-home inter- views. The two television networks were correct in that they generally expected a return of the Liberal government. But they were wrong in that they predicted a minority. The which based its original June 13 prediction on a random survey of said then it expected the Liberals would form another majority government in the 264-seat Commons. Fifty-two per cent of those surveyed expected a Liberal 20 per cent said Con- three the two Social Credit and the remainder was undecided. In its final pre-election released last the Crown-corporation said that analysis'of its poll that the July 8 election is al- most certain to produce another minority probably a Liberafimnority... but that a Progressive Conser- vative minority government now is a The over-all support for the Liberals dropped two per- centage points in the second eligible vot- the Conservatives' rose by the same amount. The CTV in a news release June said its sur- vey showed the Liberals with 41 per cent of the the Conservatives with the NDP with 13 and the Social Credit with three. Twenty-one per cent were reported un- decided. Last Sunday a fresh survey showed the Con- servatives making slight gains and the Liberals dropping marginally. The second breakdown was Liberals 37.8 per cent of the Conser- vatives NDP Social Credit 1.9 undecid- ed 21 per cent. Posters accuse Cyprus leader of treason ATHENS Leaflets and posters were pasted on the walls of public buildings here Tuesday accusing Cyprus President Makarios of against the Greek and calling on all Greeks to unite against him. Political activity and wall slogans have been forbidden by the Greek military and the prominence of the leaflets on public buildings in- dicated they were officially if not officially sponsored. The unsigned leaflets de- scribed who is also Greek Orthodox archbishop of as a PRESIDENT MAKARIOS a and a Hitler and national They said his decision to re- duce the size of the Cyprus army is treasonable at a time Greece is strengthening its de- fences against Turkey. They said Cyprus is a vital part of Greece's line of defence. The leaflets did not refer specifically to Makarios' deci- sion to expel all but 50 of the G50 Greek officers training the Cypriot army. The Cjnriot leader said the officers sup- ported clandestine activity against his government. The Greek press has been for- bidden to report Makarios' decision. U.S. navy cheaters cashiered Md. The United States Naval Academy here announced yesterday that it has dismiss- ed seven midshipmen for cheating on a navigations ex- amination in May. Vice- Admiral William academy said an additional 13 were placed on honor probation following a lengthy examination into the cheating incident. No head in the sand While others seem to lose their heads in hot this ostrich appears to have grown an extra one during a recent hot spell. It's one way to beat the as these two ostriches from Warner Bros. Jungle Habitat in West show. Freezing deaths explained N.W.T. Some women who freeze to death are thought by police to have been sexually assaulted because their clothes are in disorder or removed all Swedish researchers said Tuesday. The victims have removed their own clothes during a pe- riod between a dazed condi- tion and total unconsciousness when they have strong heat A. B. Wedin of Stockholm told delegates to the third international sym- posium on circumpolar health. Women draw up their skirts and underskirts then re- move different items of clothing and some undress un- til completely said Mr. a researcher with the Swedish defence department. Sometimes women are found lying with their arms extended as if they wanted to cool themselves with max- imum contact with the he said. Thirty-five such oc- currances were reported last year by the national Swedish responsible for mountain rescues. Men also experience the same he said. They take off their head loosen their belts and draw down their trousers. Often their shirts are drawn up over their chests and items of clothing removed. M MAK 70 Stores Serving Alberta and Saskatchewan Saturday July 11 12 13______ PANT JACKET SALE BRUSHED DENIM JEANS JACKETS In popular navy or chocolate. Slight sub standards. While Quantities Last JACKETS Battle or bomber two button down top flap pockets. Genuine identifying button closure. Sizes 34 to 44. Bell yoked back jeans. Sizes 28 to 38. Set and Save TODDLERS KIDDIES9 SUMMER PLAYWEAR SALE Top top low price. Assorted Boys' and Girls' short pant dresses in washable assorted fabrics. All priced low to bring you fantastic savings. ONE PIECE SHORT SET Colourful pastel polyester tingham check izes 2-6x. Re0.2.59 GIRLS1 ASSORTED SHORT SETS DRESSES 188 2 INFANT BOYS' NYLON 2 PIECE SHORT SETS 1.59 99 Polyester or cotton In plain or patterns. Sizes to 3.98 GIRLS' 2 PIECE COTTON PANT SET Printed short sleeve top contrasting plain pant. A RM. 4.8ft ft 22 199 LADIES'TOPS Match with your favourite pants these smart short sleeve tops. Polyester and cotton blend or Nylon. Attractive prints and solids. Styles are many a welcome to any wardrobe in sizes 32-38. to 5.98 LADIES' HALTER TOPS Hot weather favourite. Nylon cross over wrap tie back in assorted solids or tiny prints. S.M.L. Now onto mv 3 for Rog. 2.98 NOW ONLY 2 22 ;