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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Hanoi HtS< Traffic Jnmc rsome of them "Sht m the vehicles. A truck carrying a load of CTUflOf I rorriC bamboo also serves as a bus. As for trolleys, if you're nimble enough and can't get in, you can still get on, below. Knit your original in soft easy-care Sayelle yarns, In orlon acrylic, give you ihe look and feel of wool and so easy to care for. Machine wash, quick dry. Won't shrink, stretch or mat. Moth, mildew proof. Ncn-allergenic. Resists sunliaht. Sayelle knitting worsted All purpose yarn. 2 oz. skein. White, Natural, Dk. Red, Old Gold, Brown, Navy, Purple, Moss Green, Lilac, Rose, Copen, Lt. Pink, Peach, Royal, Turquoise, Teal, Wine, Sun Gold, Orange, Black. Reg. 75c Sayeile Nordic Unspun look of Icelandic moun- tain sheep. 4 07. ball. White, Lt. Grey, Dk. Grey, Lt. Brown, Blue, Dk. Brown, Green, Wine, Purple, Natural, Antique Gold. Reg. 1.67 Sctyelle Tweed Tweed look in 4-ply, 2 oz. skein. Blue White Red, Red White Blue, Brown MK, Blue' Green, White, Gold. Reg. 98c. Sayelle Sparkle Shimmery look. 2-oz. skein. Orion nylon. White, Natural, Brown, Red, Royal Gold, Wine, Purple, Rose, Lilac, Yellow, Cor- al, Turquoise, Orange, Light Green. Reg. 89c. Saylle Sporfsweight e._fn I-oz. 3 ply skein. White, Baby Yellow, Leaf Green, Lilac, Aqua, Peach, Rose, Sky, Bright Pink, Melon, Purple, Red, Copen, Natural, Sun Gold, Gold, Beige, Scarlet, Brown, Royal. Refl. 49e. 446 Notions and Weol Wednesday, May 2, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO 43 STORE HOURS: Open Daily from a.m. to p.m. Th urs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centra Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 Regina veteran retires Newspaper work was fall fun REGINA (CP) "It was all says Tom (Scatty) Melville, who retires today after 38 years in the news- paper business. "My only says Scotty, 65, "is that I waited so long to get into the business." Scotty's first job was as an apprentice to a sign writer in Winnipeg during the depres- sion. His employer confined him to lettering signs reading MEN or WOMEN. Scotty didn't see much fu- ture in that job so one day he sat down at a borrowed type- writer and wrote an imagi- nary story about his unsuc- cessful attempt to get an old circus elephant he found in Portage La Prairie, Man., to lead him to the fabled ele- phant burial ground in Africa and a fortune in ivory tusks. The story, sold to a Western Canadian magazine for led to a job offer from the Winni- peg Free Press and started Scotty on a journalistic career that eventually saw him serve as a reporter, city editor, sports editor, executive editor and editor of Regina Leader- Post. It was In sports that Scotty made his mark but he also en- joyed his other tasks. "It was all important." Scotty pined the Leader- Post sports department in 1935, at the age of 27. Four years later lie joined the Queen's Own Cameron High- landers and went overseas as a sergeant in December, 1940. He was captured in the Dieppe raid in August, 1942, and spent 32 months in a Ger- man prison camp. He returned to Regina and The Leader-Post in June, 1945, and was named sports editor in 1948. Except for a one-year stint as city editoi, he re- mained in charge of the sports department until 1963 when he became executive ed- itor. Scotty, who succeeded the late D. B. Rogers as editor in 1964, did more than just write about sport. He was one of the first sports writers to suggest an schedule for the Canadian ootball League, an idea eventually adopted in the 1930s. He helped establish the Ca- nadian schoolboy curling championship, an idea first promoted by Maurice Smith, sports editor of Winnipeg Free Press. "I don't take py credit for Scotty said in an inter- view, "it was Smitty's idea." He was secretary of the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association (SAHA) for 16 years, Saskatchewan representative at the founding of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in Toronto in 1955 and a member of the original Physi- cal Fitness Council of Canada formed in 1959. Scotty was fascinated by athletes but never approved entirely of some aspects of spectator sports. He deplored the week-long Grey Cup foot- ball festivals and becamt highly derisive when in 1959 writers in the press box went requested to select the out- standing player in the Winni- peg-Hamilton Grey Cup bears GASOLINE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE Regular 45 50 Gal. Premium mP 1U Got Use Your Simpsons-Sears Charge m Best Price Best Quality. Best Guarantee. Always...at Simpsons- Seats Rbreglass 78-14 Guaranteed 36 months against tread wearout Your choice! Tough, (ong wearing nylon or smooth-riding polyester... Both with 2 fibreglass belts for longer mileage, more impact resistance and greater control. ea. 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