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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, March 30, 1973 END QF THE MONTH CLEARANCE SALE CLEARANCE! men's CASUAL AND DRESS PANTS pair CLEARANCE! ladies' DRESSES and 2-PIECE SUITS in EACH 1 \J SPECIAL. men's long sleeve DRESS SHIRTS 1 Qfi special, each I IV V SPECIAL! BATH TOWELS -Assorted colors $^ and designs M 1 special � for | SPECIAL! RUG CLEARANCE -9'xl2' assorted colors V -Limited quantities iff em each JLJlr CLEARANCE! GIRLS' TOPS and SLIMS $| each | CLEARANCE! ironstone DINNER WARE SETS 25% � CLEARANCE! ladies' TOPS and SLIMS each � SPECIAL! sanyo compact CLOTHES DRYER Reg. 166.66 ^1 ^7 special 1 |J jj SPECIAL! men's and ladies' WALLETS -Assorted colors gtk M M s,t specm 3.44 STORAGE SHED CLEARANCE metal CONSTRUCTION 8' x 7' | 6' x 5' STORAGE SHED I STORAGE SHED $1 Reg. 119.85 Reg. 76.88 special SPECIAL SPECIAL! 1 LAWN SWING 2 SEATER Reg. 49.96 ^00 SPECIAL /p SPECIAL! PLASTIC DRAPES -72x84" O O'* -Assorted prints ^dr^dr SPECIAL! SCATTER MATS -Woven design 4% u -18"x32" Vlll SPECIAL \f \J SPECIAL! DRAPERY MATERIAL -Discontinued line *M M -Assorted patterns 1 A. Bra SPECIAL, YARD | ^"(HJf S-PIECE AUTO CLEANUP SET -Sponge -Bucket -Polishing mitt 4fe M u -Polishing cloth U M V -Scouring pad ||fi| -Reg. 1.77 SPECIAL %J7 � LADIES' Slipper Clearance -Assorted styles j *lfi9 PAIR 1 BlJ V MANY UNADVERTISED CLEARANCE SPECIALS ON SALE FRIDAY and SATURDAY LIMITED QUANTITIES-PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY teller's County Fair . Willi Iducation program successful Impaired drivers rate cut OTTAWA (CP) - A special driver education program in Edmonton succeeded in reducing the number of impaired drivers on the road, says a study by the transport depart-ment and the Canada Safety Council. The report, released Wednesday, indicated the special program had a greater impact than a conventional driver campaign conducted in Calgary at the same time. The study was carried out between Dec. 6,1971 and Jan. 5, 1972. The report said that more than 2,000 cars were stopped and their drivers tested for blood alcohol content before and after the driver education programs in Edmonton and Calgary. The tests were carried out to discover how many drivers had a blood alcohol, content above the legal limit. Before the campaign began, about three per cent of Edmonton drivers had more alcohol in their blood than the legal limit of .03 pea- cent. After the campaign this had dropped to 1.4 per cent of Edmonton drivers. In Calgary, the proportion of drivers over the legal limit declined to 1.7 per cent from 2.5 per cent during the campaign. BOTH SUCCESSFUL "Both the Calgary and the Edmonton campaigns were successful in increasing the level of knowledge about particular points, and in changing the drivers attitudes towards present drinking-driving laws," the report said. "Only the Edmonton campaign was successful in producing a significant decrease in the proportion of impaired drivers on the road." The study group suggested the study should be repeated to confirm the findings. The Edmonton campaign was designed for social drinkers rather than alcoholics because the study group concluded that alcoholics are unlikely to be in* fluenced by a public Information program. The Greatest... "MOBILE HOME LIVING" SALE EVER SEEN IN LETHBRIDGE TAMTIMIIEC Due t0 * overwhelming VUWI lliUEj  . . puWic response! The legend leaves His last day on the job, Auditor-General Maxwell Henderson cleans up papers before leaving his office. Henderson, whose feuds with the government have become modern legend, leaves his post after 13 years' service. He was appointed by John Diefenbaker in 1960. Newspaper sales ban challenged JONQUIERE, Que. (CP) - Mayor Camille Gagne of Jon-quiere says town council has decided to consult its new legal adviser about the legality of a bylaw which bans the sale of newspapers in the streecs or public places. An article in the bylaw is being challenged as unconstitutional by a number of weekly and daily newspapers distributed in the Jonquiere region, 110 miles north of Quebec City. Tho disputed article forbids the display, sale or distribution of newspapers, circulars or pamphlets in public places, on streets or sidewalks, in front of churches or on private property. Mr.. Gagne said in a telephone interview Tuesday the law was adopted on the recommendation of the town's police chief and legal adviser to replace an antiquated bylaw governing peace and order. The article governing newspapers has not been enforced, he said, adding that it was not designed to "prohibit the sale of nt.vspapers in public" but to be used in cases where paper sales were being conducted dangerously or causing litter. As an example, he said that some newsboys sell their papers while standing on baulevard medians which could cause accidents when motorists stop to buy papers. The Association of Quebec DaUy Newspapers, the publish era of two weekly papers in the region, a news distributor and a private citizen filed an action jointly in Quebec Superior Court earlier this month asking the bylaw be declared illegal and null. Denis Tremblay, editor of the weekly Progres.Dimanche said in an interview the town's charter does not give the town the power to regulate newspaper sales and the British North America Act does not permit the Quebec national assembly to give such authority to municipalities. Mr. Tremblay said his newspaper, published on Sunday, makes 80 per cent of its sales on street corners and in front of churches early Sunday morning. --,-',i.-->"/vr^,--{ iiiiiiiii � This is the spot where you get the unbeatable buys . . . Joe's Mobile Homes Ltd. Come in and see us during AG-EXPO $200,000 Worth of New 1973 Units Now Going at Savings of Up to $3000 WE GUARANTEE YOU A BETTER BUYI FEATURING . . . THE FABULOUS HOMES OF KNIGHT SCHMIDT INDUSTRIES LTD. In Single and Double Wide units See the all-new 24' x 56' 3 bedroom with 2 bathrooms and many other fine features now on display! It's a home fit for a kine. Gracious living wherever you go! "JOE" TARNAVA President 4 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DEAL AT JOE'S Quality. All unit* carry CSA approval lew term financing . Low rate terms We guarantee service and satisfaction after purchase! buy for less at Joe's BILL ROMANCHUK SALES REPRESENTATIVE ALSO . . . The Incomparable Homes by GENDALL In all sixes from the smallest right up to the largest!  Singles from 12'x52' up to I4'x68' All featuring bright-new exciting better living ideas! Remember ... You always -, ,_. .... .... . Mobile Homes Ltd., where old experience pays off for youl Open Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. Located at 1st Ave. and 32nd St. S. on Highway 3 East to Taber Phone 328-0166 or 328-0181 Days After hours Phone 327-4006 or 327-2416 Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily - Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magralh Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 Moore colors. Moore beauty. Moore satisfaction.1 _ Benjamin Moore Paints. Moore/m PAINTS Ask your Benjamin Moore Paint Dealer about Moore's Regal Wall Satin and get Moore for your money. Freddies' Paint (Western) Ltd. 816  3rd Avenue South PHONE 327-5540 Tanner Building Supplies Ltd. PHONE 758-3044 MAGRATH Hillspring Supply Co. PHONE 626-3503 HIllSPRING M & S Lumber Co. 356 - 25th St. Fort Macleod PHONE 234-3241 ;