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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WILL YOU LOOK AT THATI Yvetle Aperto, 14, is one of eight Hawaiian dancers who have come to Vancouver lo perform, She is shown here performing for a group of elderly persons. The dancers, whose average age is 13, raised money for the trip by performing in Hawaii. Bank starts new ('ash operation MONTREAL (CP) The C natlian Imperial Uanli of Coiji- merce today introduced a new 24-hour casli system to Uie Montreal area, the second step in a Canada-wide program launched by the bank after a successful two-year testing o[ automated cash dispensers at 10 locations in Toronto Frank Kearney, assistant gen- eral manager [or the Quebec re- gion, told a news conference the equipment being installed in Montreal is simpler and more efficient than that used in To- ronto. Later tlu's year, he said, the original 10 machines in Toronto will be replaced and 15 new lo- cations will be added. The sys- tem will be introduced to Van- couver this autumn with 10 dis- penser. The cash dispensers are ac- ccsible at all times, said Mr Kearney, not only to customers who may suddenly need money at night or on the weekend but also for those who regularly find it difficult to get to branch during normal banking hours. A special card enables the customer to draw out amounts of from the dispeaser. A maximum of 10 withdrawals can be made each week, and 200 withdrawals during the life of the card. Agro marketing role enlarged EDMONTON (CP) The role of the agricultural products marketing council has been ex- panded and new members add- ed, Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer has announced. Recent amendments to the Agricultural Products Market- ing thrust on both the domestic and export market, Dr- Homer said. "Until this time the mar- keting council has been more of a regulatory body that sat in judgment on the regulations that the various marketing boards and commissions oper- ate Dr. Homer said. "If is vital that our marketing boards continue to look out- ward, not be too restrictive, and expand the marketing opportun- ities for our farmers." Clarke Ferries remains as council chairman with Douglas Radke of the agriculture de- partment appointed as council secretary and as a member. Other appointments are: Mrs. Gordon Greenwood, an Edmon- ton housewife: Harvey Buckley of Calgary; Earl Masterton of Mayerthorpe; Larry Lang, Cardston farmer and business man; Claire Anderson, of Free dom, a farmer; and Dr. Mur ray Hawkins, an agriculture' economist at the University o Alberta. O'Toole directs Alberta Hospital EDMONTON (CP) Lloyd J. O'Toole, 48, has been ap- pointed the executive director of the Alberta Hospital at Pod- oka, it was announced here. Mr. OToole, with extensive managerial experience In pri- vate business in Montreal, To- ronto and Vancouver, holds degrees from Loyola, McGill and the University of Alberta. In meeting the requirement for the master's of health ser- vices administration, he took his residency at Uie Royal Alexander Hospital In Edmon- ton. amity Footwear Colourful Selection or Misses Crinkle Sandals Popular, wipe clean crinkle vinyl In two ttyles. Cork or cemented lolei. Adjustable Women's Stylish Budget Sandals Colourful crinkle vinyl uppers In several shades and colors wilh up-to-the-minuts cork soles ond heels, 5-10. Assortment Ladies' and Misses' Mules Barefoot comfort In easy )o ilip into flip flops wild acrylic uppers and foam soles. As- sorted Men's Loafers in Summer White Soft woven leather thnt l breathe naturally, tinhlwaighr inln, Aho vinyl, i 10. Open Dnlly f a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. j College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrdth Drive Wednesday, July 12, 1972 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 13 2 Lines of Men's Short Sleeve Sports Shirts being Cleared! Top-of-thc-lino permanent press blend ihirls from our "401" end "Hickok" collections specially priced to make way for new stock! Assort- ed tones of Browns, Blues, Lilacs and other fashion shades. Woolco's Own Brand of Boys7 Shirts Everything Must Go! look for our own "Four Star" label and eur lew, low price rag on these Polyester blend, permanent press, sharl sleeve shirts. Long point collar. Fashion shades. 8-1 6. MEN'S NORWEGIAN KNITS Short sleeves. Open net weave. Colors of Orange, Red, Yellow, Navy, Purple. Sizes S.M.t SPECIAL] ,2.99 MEN'S SHORT SIEEVE KNIT SHIRT 7ipper front with regular collar.. Fully washable. No iron. Sizes S.M.I. SPECIAL 6.88 MEN'S KNIT GOLF SHIRTS Shorr sleeve styling wilh Wallace Berry or Vee neck. Assorted patterns or plain shades. Sizes S.JvVL. SPECIAL. >4 1 e BOYS' ACRYLIC KNITS Short slcnvo stylo with button plaqucl front and regular collar. Fully woshablo. O7 Sizes S.M.l.XL SPECIAL Oita I MEN'S G.W.G. CASUAL PANTS Perma press with regular or full fif. Assorted sum- mer colors. Sizes 30 to 40. SPECIAL 5.99 MEN'S NYLON SHELLS Waler repellent with racing stripe SPECIAL trim. Sizes S.M.L.XL. .94 MEN'S SUMMER JACKETS Jean styling in corduroy or denim. Zipper or snap iron! styling. Sizes 36 lo 44. SPECIAL 15.94 BOYS' USUAL PANTS Perma press fabric wilh flora leg styling and icoop pockets. Plain colon. Sizes 8 to 18. SPECIAL Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thurtday find Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall '2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;