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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE LETHIRIDGE HERALD Wednesday. July 11, 1973 Expanded Hall of Fame Premier Peter Lougheed officially opened Calgary Brewing's expanded new Horse- man's Hall of Fame (bottom) last week. The expansion project is part of an overall urban renewal project on the brewery site. The museum, dedicated to the preserva- tion of Western Canadiana with special em phasis on the role of horsemen in the West, now totals square feet compared with slightly more than square feet before expansion. Included in the displays a re a valuable collection, of recently-added 30 antique carriages rare examples of Plains Indian culture, the popular "Guns of the Golden West" display ana' a number of tributes to outstanding horsemen. The hall is open every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. On July 22 the hours will change to 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The Canadian Family Store PANT SALE WHILE QUANTIES LAST SALE: Thurs., Frl, Sat., July 12, 13, 14. 318 6th ST. S. PHONE 328-6566 51 STORES SERVING B.C. and ALBERTA USE YOUR CHARGEX MEN' DOUBLE KNIT BLAZERS and SPORT JACKETS Smart fashion at a small price! Single breasted fortrel. Solid tones and neat patterns. Sizes 36 to 46. Reg. 39.99 to 49.95 MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT PANTS REPEAT OFFER! Carefree polyester in solids and contemporary pat- lems. Cross top pocket, modified flam leg 30 to 40. FANTASTIC VALUE AT MEN'S CASUAL PANTS G.W.G. AERO H.I.S. Casuals for everyone! Pinwale and ribless cords, brushed den- ims plus many more. Jean style, flare legs. 28 to 36. 3 pr. MEN'S CORD FLARES "FAMOUS AMERICAN MAKER" Chambroy and Corduroy casual pants. Cuffed, slight subs. Sizes if first. Reg. 11.95 and 12.95 BOYS' CORDS 5 BY "FAMOUS AMERICAN MAKER" All first quality cords. The pant wffii the famous fit. Sizes 8 to 14. Navy, tan, burgundy, banana and mint. Originally were 8.95 4 SPECIAL CLEARANCE LADIES' PANTS Rare and baggy pants in kn'rts, poly- blends. Solid colours and colourful plaids. Sizes 8 to 18, 5 to 15. Reg. 10.98 to OUR LOWEST PRICE EVER...................... 5 .99 GIRLS' PANTS Flares and baggies, cottons, nylon, stretch denims, brushed denims. Plains and prints. 7 to 14. Reg. to 7.98 KIDDIES' PANTS Clearance of cottons, denims and stretch denim. 4 to 6x............ Reg. Value to 3.99___ 1.77 Crime Concluded from. Page 33 lieves half the people in indus- try plants or offices are taking something from the boss. And very often, the boss is tak- ing something from some oth- er boss. He says businesses are jiow spending billion a year on guards to watch their em- ployees, knowing full well, alas and alack, many of the guards are crooked, too. And lest any misconception is formed, Jaspan and other authorities remind that petty crime knows no moral barriers regarding sex, age or social status. Jaspan says women are frightfully efficient at stealing what they can get in their brassieres atone." And Bill Gordon of the In- surance Information Institute says that much of the insurance fraud in America is committed by doctors and lawyers and other professional people. "Al- most says one au- thority, shaking bis head, "is in on the take." And so it goes in America (and other Credit card cheats bilk companies of S1.5 billion a year: embezzlers pilfer upwards of billion aimually- Sevcn out of ten automobiles stolen in the country arc not taken for resale or stripping, tail for joy riding or dfeer- frivo- lities. Industrial theft is increasing, says Mark Lipman, at the rate of 35 to 20 par cent a year, costing corporations to trillion a year. And of course there are the petty politicians who break not only laves but public trust. The facts are dislurtnng. In a way, too disturbing. And no doubt we can. uh, explain them away. There are, after all. some laws in America (according to the Guinness Book of Records) and, weU, golly, no one can help but break few. Besides, cheating on the income tax, defrauding the in- surance company or ripping a Dage from a library book is hardly in the same class with bagging Watergate is if? Well, is it? Riley McCormick WHOOP-UP DAYS We have expanded our store in Centre Village Mall to bring you a greater selection of Western Wear ISale starts Thursday, July 12th. Shop early for best selection. VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR DURING WHOOP-UP DAYS MEN'S STRAW HATS CLEARING OUT AT MEM'S SHORT SLEEVED WESTERN SHIRTS Mains and patterns by famous makers. Reg. to CLEARING AT LADIES' 2 AND 3 PIECE WESTERN OUTFITS Jn assorted plain Reg. to CLEARING AT LADIES' WESTERN SHIRTS By famous Plains or ruffles. Reg. to SPECIAL LADIES' WESTERN STYLE FLARE PANTS Cotton end polyester. Assorted plain CLEARING AT 3.88 5.95 8.88 6.95 5.88 GRAND OPENING JEAN SPECIAL Assorted slacks and jeans in men's and youths' sizes. CLEARING AT ONE LOW, LOW PRICE 2 .99 WESTERN BOOT SPECIALS! WRANGLER BOOTS in assorted styles. 49? Clearing from i to BOULET BOOTS PRICE Ladies' and Men's. CLEARING AT Watch for the grand opening of our new branch store in Southern Alberta. Riley McCormick "Lethbridge's Leading Western Store" Featuring the largest selection of WESTERN WEAR AND SADDLERY IN SOUTH ALBERTA CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-5644 ;