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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta me ic i HCKMLU MACLEODS FRIDAY SPECIALS! SHOP 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SHOP EARLY QUANTITIES LIMITED PLUG-OUT ELEMENTS DELUXE MODEL FULLY AUTOMATIC SANYO 8 TRACK STEREO PLAYER Specia ENTERPRISE 24 INCH GAS RANGE Automatic oven and smokeless broiler. Reg7 9 PIECE GLASS SAIAD SETS. Reg. Special 30-30 WINCHESTER COMMEMORATIVE RIFLES Reg. METAL STEP-ON GARBAGE CANS II A I C Reg. to Special IIALr FIX I LI CAR and HOME SPRAY GUN. Complete with detergent and wax. Keg. SPECIAL CLEAN UP SPECIAL Contains large shammy, large spongv and heavy duly washmirt. Reg. Special 2-57 Broken Lines and Sizes Regular Values to SPECIAL 8x10 TOURIST TENT. Reg. HARDSHELL COOIERS. Reg. PRO BASEBALL GLOVES. Reg. Special f MACLEODS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 327-4240 REACHING THE HIGH NOTES Peter Bundgaard, 100, accompanied by Alfred Sea- holm, 80, both residents of Worcester's Goddard House, provided the opening cere- monies of an Auburn senior citizens centre with entertainment recently. Buncfgaard, who said he doesn't practice, but tries "to hit a belted out two songs for the senior cilizens attending the ceremonies. Industrial growth needed EDMONTON (CP) Alfred Powis, president of Noranda Mines Ltd., Toronto, urged Ca- nadian industrialists to press for measures that will promote in- dustrial growth and internal lional competitiveness. He told the Canadian Manu- facturers' Association today that "we must press for mea- sures that will promote capital investment, efficiency, innova- tion and research and expansion of exports." "In all of this, industry asso- ciations such as the Canadian Manufacturers' A s s o c i a tion ought to play a major role. However, we must recognize that sucli associations have, by their nature, created a consider- able credibility gap. "Too often, our industry asso- ciations, in attempting to recon- cile the conflicting views of a diverse membership, come up with statements that are overly bland, negative or simplistic. "Moreover, different industry groups often make entirely op- Scliool trustees vote iu favor of pay hike EDMONTON (CP) The city's public school trustees voted themselves an salary increase while increas- ing the chairman's salary by 5500. The chairman, Donald Ken- nedy, now will receive a year, up from Of that amount is provided for expenses or travelling allow- ance. The salaries of the six trust- ees increased to from of which is for expenses. posite proposals to government We simply must do better, anc this will require a quality ol effort and research that will be expensive both in terms of time and money. "In addition, we must fin News (c) Tcday In Montana The Doctors (c> Concentration 1 :00 Anolher World Safe of Century Edge of Nlgnt Understanding Our Love H et Many World Eplendcred Thing Jeepardy (c) Family Affair Who, Where Lirey Show fc] Gama (c) Amateur's Guldl News to Love (C) Hews KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT News (c) News Brady Bunch Cc) Movie: the Doublo Owen Marshall TV-5 Nem Al Perry Movie: Lima Hut FRIDAY Farm News News Captain Kangaroo Dinah's Place (c) Jack LaLanne Audrey Galloping Gourmet Trie Heart is News Search for Tomorrow Afl My Chlfdren Ler's Make a neat Ncwlywed Gama Mews tc) Secret Slorm One Life lo Live Days tf Our t-tvet ral Hospital Trirc Ualing Game (c) Split Second Bcvulrchcd 'c) Password ic) News ;