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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THI LITHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 11, 1973 SUMMER MERCHANDISE ON SALE THURS., FRI> SAT.r JULY 12, 13 and 14 LIMITED QUANTITIES Electric Barbecue FIRE STARTER Early American UTILITY STOOL EACH 2. EACH BIRD BATH 1.96 Zelco Electric LAWN MOWER EACH Zellers Barbecue FIRE STARTER BARBECUE TOOLS fl. oz. tin handles. EACH 66' Zelco lancer GAS LAWN MOWER EACH 65.88 Frontierware COOKWARE SET -7 pieces......... SET 5.44 Celery and Carrot CRISPER vegetables crisp far days............. EACH Hibachi Replacement GRILL -Fits all 10" deep. EACH GLASS and TRAY SET -Heat resistant. SIT 3. Folding BARBECUE -24" ICY MUGS -Make your own icy drinks.........EACH 5 PIECE LAWN ENSEMBLE -2 chain, table, umbrella and table cover........ '59 Deluxe LOUNGE mattress. design. EACH 15.88 Deluxe CHAISETTE -6 strand........EACH 9.88 CHAISETTE PAD 20" x EACH 3.66 4 SEATER SWING -Floral cover. -Aluminum frame. EACH 5-Piece UWNENSEMBU choirs. -3'3" toble. umbrella. SET 20" FAN speed. EACH 14.88 Tonka ECONOMY SPREADER EACH 7.96 10 amp. 18" blade.....EACH Assorted GARDEN TOOLS DISH SET -16 pieces. -Gold band. SET Smoker Wagon BARBECUE Rubbermaid TREE TRIM -Holds moisture. -Eliminates trimming. EACH Roto RAKE BAR 1 DANEDLION RAKE 3.66 -26 teeth. -5 ft. handle.....EACH WICKER CHAIRS with spit. EACH 24.96 EACH 3.66 -Rattan style.------EACH 2.96 COLEMAN COOLER -42 quart capacity. EACH 4 3 cu. ft. WHEELBARROW Deluxe LAWN CHAIR TO" x 1.75 wheel EACH strands. -Plastic arm rests. EACH 5.66 GARDEN SHEARS 3.96 EACH Oscillating SPRINKLER Covers 2250 sq. ft. EACH CAMP COT 3 -Metal frame. EACH 7.66 POTTING SOIL 7.69 2 Decorative FENCING EACH 1.66 DELUXE AZTEC LOUNGE position SPECIAL 19.88 Vinyl GARDEN HOSE -V2- 'x SO'. EACH Boys' and Girls' 20" HI-RISE BICYCLE BICYCLE BASKET -Red, blue, orange SPECIAL Canvas Luggage SHOULDER BAG 5 Piece Deluxe ENSEMBLE -7H' umbrella, 2 chairs, 42" table, table cover.......2 ONLY 99.96 EACH 36.96 Sea-Saw SPLASH POOL EACH 9.88 EACH 7. Vinyl GARDEN HOSE BADMINTON SET x 50" EACH 1.22 -2 players SET B 10" x 20" Steel Wall SWIM POOL EACH 17.96 50" Super All Rubber GARDEN HOSE SLEEPING BAG EACH 8.44 -3 Ib. wool. -36" x EACH Stradellina TOTE BAG FOOTBALL EACH 12.88 Stradellina Luggage 26" BAG vinyl. closing. EACH 23.88 size and weight. EACH BLACK and DECKER CIRCULAR SAW -Reg. 34.95 SPECIAL fabej! Canvas 22" LUGGAGE BAG 11.96 only EACH Water Flow HOSE REEL EACH 9.44 Stradellina Luggage 22" BAG CAMP COT vinyl. closure. EACH 19.96 springs, frame. positions. EACH StrnbVJlma luggage 30" BAG Zellers COLOR FILM -Zipper closure......EACH 28.44 -126 cartridge. -12 exposures. -Guaranteed EACH Slide Splash POOL EACH 8.88 SWIM POOL 1.96 EACH InnolciliMi SWIM POOL -50" x 1.44 SLEEPING BAG -Ili Ib. polyester fill. -27" x 7.96 2-Man Inflatable KAYAK EACH 26.88 Weedex WONDER BAR broadleaf weeds........EACH 3.44 air located In Coimty Fair Shopping Centre on Mcryor Mogroth Drive. Open Daily o a.m. to p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 p.m. Telephone Ordered out Eleven-year-old Judy Thomson, of Windsor ponders the city's correction order that will force her to make needed repairs to her 6x4 foot playhouse or tear it down and rebuild it else- where. The city building department, acting on a tip from a neighbor, inspected the structure and found it contravened several building regu- lations. A check of the city records also revealed that no building permit was issued for the project. Oddities in the News STAMFORD, Cora. (AP) Harry Wills, without whose attention to duty there might not have been a public scan- dal over Watergate, finally has received a little recogni- tion. A lifetime membership in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was given Wills this week. The janitor was the man who discovered the break-in at the Demo- cratic national committee of- fices in the Watergate Hotel. BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) Surroundings were a little fa- miliar for two rural North Dakota women at a Bismarck hospital. Mrs. Theodore Riehl of Raleigh and Mrs. John Vetter of Kintyre were placed in the same room. They both had babies the same day and both children were girls. For each mother, it was her 15th child. HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Each July 6 for the last 29 years Tom Barber, 77, has carried flowers to a cemetery in nearby Windsor and put them on grave of Little Miss 1565. "I've never missed a tiie retired Hartford police lieutenant said as he put a vase of daisies and gladioli next to the small stone mark- er. Little Miss 1565 was the number given to the child when she became one of six unidentified victims among 168 persons who died as flames engulfed the Ringling Brothers-Baraum and Bailey Circus tent in Hartford in 1914. Barber had been assigned to watch for pickpockets at the circus and rescued some of the people trapped beneath the flaming canvas. V of L answers Concluded from Page 27 Q: How many students could the bursary program bring to the U of L? A: There are only 200 of the mrsaries available this year and the student must show genuine need for the money. The program is experimental and if it works, it may be ex- tended to other institutions as educational encouragement to students from rural areas who require financial assistance. Q: tim the bursary program a negative effect on ee- rriwcirts or programs of other iiuUtulium? A; The government's intent in establishing the program is to increase the pool of qualified university students in the prov- ince. To that end, it is not de- signed to affect enrolment in other institutions. Q: What about the concerns recently voiced choice, to be made on the basis of individual interests and am- bitions. The Student finance Board has indicated that the bursaries are not intended for students who would normally attend local institutions. Q: How are the bursaries to be awarded? A: The Board has Student Finance sent application forms to high school students qualified for university admis- sion and will award bursaries on the basis of need and geo- graphy. The U of L has been asked to name one person to the S.F.B. Selection Committee and has nominated Ray Mc- Hugh, assistant registrar, to the position. COURSE ACCREDITATION EDMONTON (CP) The University of Alberta's faculty of business administration and commerce has granted ac- creditation for its master's programs in buifrwss mv! bridge Community College? ministration. The faculty re- A: The ICC programs are entirely different from those at the U of L: cofflptanentary, not competitive. The college university offer students a ccived accreditation from tte American Association of Colle- giate Schools of Business for its undergraduate program in 1968. ;