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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22- 1HE U1HBRIDGE HERAID Wsdnwdoy, June 21, 1972 U of L evening program set for another semester The University of Lcthbridge will have another semester ol its evening BA program, this fall. The program will open the university's resources to peo- ple who are unable to attend classes during the regular day- time hours. The courses offered ave: art, economics, English, geology, geography, history, physical education, physical activity, political psychology, sociology. Calendars providing more de- tailed information on the above courses and information on registration procedures can be obtained from the registrar, the U of L, telephone 323-2231. Receives degree William Hugh Laycock lias received his master's degree in engineering science, at the Brigham Young University con- vocation. He majored in water resources and hydrology. He the son of Mr. and ftlrs. Hugh Laycock of Lethbriclge. ALWAYS A GOOD BUY! MEN'S "HAPPY FOOT SOCKS'7 By MCGREGOR Comfortable cushion sole. Kroy wool reinforced with cotton and nylon. 20 colours to choose from. Sizes 10 to 13. 1 at .50 pr. FIELDS Fields Store to open in Lethbridge Thursday Lethbridge will be Ihe fourth centre in Alberta to have a ?ields Store. The new store, located at 318 6th St. S., is part of the company's rapid expan- sion taking place throughout the province during 1972. The first store opened in Ed- monton in August, 1971. The second store opened In Welaski- wln June 1 and the third in Red Deer June 8. The Fields Store, opening Thursday, invites residents of Lethbridge and surrounding areas to come to the grand opening sale the invitation "Try us you'll like us." Association changes name The name of the Indian- Eskimo Association of Canada has been changed into the Ca- nadian Association In Support Of The Native Peoples. T. II. IS. Symons, president of Trent University in Peterbor- ough, is the new president of the association, which has members. Tha association is a national citizens' group established in 1960 to support the rights o' the Indian and Eskimo people in Canada. Fields is directed toward the' Family siiopper. There is cloth- ing for mom, dad and the chil- dren at "value prices." There s also family footwear and a selection of household staples. At 2 p.m. Thursday Deputy Mayor Cam Barnes will de- clare the store officially open. Everyone coming into Fields itas a chance to win a prize simply by filh'ng in an entry form. The prizes a 19-inch port- able color television set and a deluxe 10-speed bicycle will be drawn (or Saturday. JOSEPH SEGAL Company Presiden Representing Fields' head of- rico in Vancouver at the open- ing, will be Boy Way, super- visor of stores, and Betty Es- rin, special events co-ordina- ,or. The new store has two floors of merchandise. The lower Jloor 'eatures footwear and staples. The main floor specializes in clothing for men, boys, ladies, children and infants. Selling area in total is approximately square feel. Fields stand behind its mer- chandise and guarantees full satisfaction on every purchase. Otherwise the goods will be ex- changed, if that is possible, or the money will be refunded. The firm operates on a cash- and-carry basis with no frills or hidden costs. The staff will assist the purchaser on request, but customers are free to browse. Fields Stores Limited Is a public Canadian owned com- pany listed on the Toronto and Vancouver stock exchanges. The original concepts set out by the founder, Joseph Segal, have been maintained from 1948 to the present lime. He set out to provide selection and value with service, through vol- ume buying and passing the savings on to the consumer. Mr. Segal began with one small store located in down- town Vancouver. From 1948 to 1368 Fields grew to a total of eight stores specializing in fam- ily clothing. During the years 1969 to 1972 :he growth has been dramatic. Moro than 40 stores are cur- rently operating throughout British Columbia and range rum clothing stores and junior department stores to full-line department stores. By the end of this year, it is projected thai at least 55 Fields stores will be in operation. Mr. Segal is also the presi- dent of Fields Stores Limited. In is a native of Alberta, horn n Vcgreville and attending school in Edmonton. Mr. Segal s highly optimistic about tho planned expansion in Alberta. Vic Thatcher, manager of the new store in Lelhbridgc, was born in Prince Albert, Sask. and educated at Saskatoon, He came to Alberta 10 years ago and was formerly with Robin- son's in Peace River. Mr. joined Fields VIC THATCHER Lethbridge Manager this year as a management trainee prior to his appointment to Lethbridge. He is married and an ex- army serviceman. Mr. Thatcher takes an interest in community affairs, and has been active in the Legion, the Lions and Iht Chamber cf Commerce. NEW COUNSELLOR George Erler of Thompson, Man., lias been appointed senior counsellor at the Leth- bridge Manpower Centre. succeeds Mike Brennan, who was transferred ot the depart- ment of regional expansion in Hegina. Shop For STANFI ELD'S QUALITY GARMENTS POLYESTER and COTTON BRIEFS Elastic leg for comfort, double seat for longer wear. While only in sizes S.M.l.Xt. 1 .25 REIDS The Canadian Family Store FELDS 318 6th Street South, Lethbridge CHILDREN'S and GIRLS'WEAR JR. BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS Stretch nylon In assorted colours. Sices 4 to 6x. Regular JR. BOYS' T-SHIRTS Canadian made. Short sleeves, cotton in solids ond slrjpej. Sizes 4 lo 6x. Regular 1.98.................... sl JR. BOYS' FLARE PANTS Canadian mode. 100% collon, zip fly, 'A boxer waiit. Assorted col- ours in stripes and patterns. Sizes 4 to ox. Regular 3.91 GIRLS' FLARES Easy.caro 100% nylon. Pull on style in nautical red, white ond blue stripes. Sizes 7 fo 14. Regular 3.98 GIRLS' PANT SUITS Easy-care nylon. Solid colour, trim- med top, red. while and blue pants Sizes 7 to 14. Regular S.98........... 1 1 2 .49 .99 .99 MEN'S WEAR COTTON BRIEFS Double tea led, fully taped White. Sizes. Regular 69c............. 2-PCE. CABANA SETS Colourful summer patterns, lined top and double lined Sizes Original value 12.95...... Terry 'unks. J.99 DRESS AND SPORT SOCKS By Canada's most famous maker. Plush corduroy and cushion foot, 100% lex- tured nylon or Sizes 10 to 12. Mfg. lugg. 1.50 fo 1.75 ____PR. SI SPORT SOCKS by PENMAN Wool and nylon blend. Filj sizes TO to 12. While ond many colours. Regular 98c NYLON DRESS SOCKS Multi-ply stretch. Assorted i colours. Sizes 10 to 12 Regular end 79e....... I 68' I BOYS' WEAR SPORT SHIRTS Canadian made. blend, short sleeves. Assorted stripes ond patterns. Sizes 8 to 18. Regular 2.88 KNIT SPORT SHIRTS Long sleeves, two-butTon cuffs. Sol- id colours and jccquards, Sfzes 8 to 18. "G.W.6." FLARES Permanent press fabric in stripes and solid colours. Sizes 7 lo 16, not each style in each size. Original value 6.95 to 9.95..... 1 3 3 .98 .99 .97 'G.W.G." NAVY DENIMS 13H oz. navy denim. "SITm King" sryle. Sizes 7 fo 16. Original to 0.99 S GIRLS' PANT COATS Ciro nylon. Belted safari look with brass buttons and belt buckle. As- sorted coloun, contrast slilch trim. sizes 7 fo u. m.m Regular volu. 0.99 DRESS SHIRTS long while, some blue. Sizes 1414 to 17. Original value fo 2.98. sleeves. Mosjly 1 YOUNG MEN'S CASUAL PANTS Famous name brands in many styles, feans, flares. Popular fabrics including cord, brushed fabrics in- cluding cord, brushed cord, brushed denim, tweed and more. Sizes 28 to 34, some 36 to 38. Mfg. Iugg. 8o5 to jiS 4 .97 SHOES STURDY WORK BOOTS Blucher styles, vinyl uppers, oil re- sistant, outside welt. Durable soles. Dark brown. Sizes 6 to 11. Regular 9.98.................. 5 STAPLES LADIES' CORK SANDALS Assortment of mule- and it rap Selection of Sizes 5 to 9. Regular 3.99 2 .39 i CHILDRENS' "SAVAGE" SHOES First qualify shoes for growing feefj Oxford, strap and sljp-on styles for toddlers, flirli ond boyf. Whit., bloclc, blue, brown. 9 4. Rigular la I0.9B 3 .99 LOUNGE PILLOWS Assorted decorator print coverings. Foom chip filled, suitable for rec rooms, bed. rooms, living rooms, oars, camping. 16" x Regular 1.49 BATH TOWELS Plain, prints ond jncquords. Assorted col- ours. Slight sub standards. Approx. 22" x Regular Una would be 2.98 and 3.98 BLANKETS VOYAGEUR Thermal and plain weaves. Prints In as- sorted patterns and colours. Regular 7.99................ PIECE PILE ORLON RUGS Deep pile suitable for bedroom and bath- room. Assorted decorator colours. 24" x Regular 6.99 FEATHER PILLOWS Select chicken fealher pillows with good quality fealherproof prinled tickina 16" x Regular 2.19...................... TEA TOWELS Packaged linen tea towels. Assorted col- ours. Sets of 3 or 5. 24" x 36" or 20" x Regular 1.79 per set................ DISH CLOTHS All co 11 on mesh fn assorted colours. Regular 19c each EA. PLACE MATS 1 1 4 4 1 1 15 .99 .66 .49 Set of 4 plastic mah, foam backed, assorted colours. Regular 1.49 21 "Treasure Loom" Hobnail Bedspreads Frfnged on two sides and one end. Easy care, machine washable. Assorted col- ours, Twin and double lize. Regufar 11.95 BEACH TOWELS large size, assorted stripes wilri fringed edges. Approx. 27" x Regular 1.29 BEACH TOWELS Extra large sizs, assorted patterns and Approx. 36" x 9 ,99 2 .77 ;