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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 61 TEACHERS WANTED LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Opening for Music Teacher Junior and Senior High School Choral and Inslrumenlal Apply to: Roberl A. Kmimifl Superinlendent cf Schools Lelhbridge Catholic Schools 534 IB Street Ssuth Lcihbridge, Alberla T1J 3E7 Thufidoy, May 4, 1972 THE LElllflRIDGE HERAID 21 70 GARDENING ROTOTILLItJG WITH LARGE YCL- low rolollller. Phnna 337-3430. 990MI ROTOTILLING PROMPT SER- vice. Phcne 2265063. ROTOTILLING GOOD JOD GUAR- ANTEED. PHONE m-tMS. 777-tf WELI ROTTED MANURE, GOOD TOP SLil. Phuno 33BO1B9, 3oj-lf FRANK'S KPTOTILLJNG PROMPT service. Phone 35B-73G9- WB-Uy DAYS AND NEW LAWKS PUT IN JOBS. PHONE 327-6U3 AND ODD B1HO 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot tell you Phone 328-3Ufi, CoJumbJ School of 9175-1 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST RED WHITE-FACED HEIF STRAYED FROM HOFCR BROTHERS Sjirling__ One Black while lace, two olrf heifer and one red Brand right rib. 756-3591, Stii 66 PERSONAL EiVERY'S BOOKING SERVICE dance groups (cr all occasions. Wed- dinps, cluts, etc. Phone 32B-3Si7. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wilh e drinking Phone 337-iCMp or 32S ader a.m. probl -3J4S. OECOUPAGE CLASSES. FOR five Ihree hour lessons. Includes seme supplies. Phone 328-94i8; phone if mlercilcd In older craft TEENS Art you living a problem drinker in vDur home? There Is undersiand- Ing and help for you Phcne Jean 3Z7-B3JO, Marffyn 329-6672- Jane 7086. S3G3-lfh -I DATING By compuler (or fun, friendship or marriage Sord name, address and age in contld-ince lo: COMMAT, Box 13B5, Great Falls, Montana, 59-103. Ris- peclable adulfs only. 9709-IOmy 9580-1J ATTENTION Anycne aving any knowledge or in- whaliMver concerning WARD ADAMS, who died in CLARE5HOLM, ALBERTA, Oclober 13. l93i, please con- lac! his rcphpv.', Gccrge F. ianbcrn. f.M Gecrge Slreef, Fredericton, Nsw Brunswick- Any Informatics al all, no mailer hew Illile would be appreciated, even anyone who slmnfy rememhcrs him. lW5-6h 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 32S-B962. 3751-lf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber slamps, corporale sea dalers, die. Same-day service. 1333 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32D-JIM. C6924-K THREE 20 FT. SPRUCE TREES. YOU inme I lie price lor Ihe taking. 327-OUS5. 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CfcMbNl WOttK. Double J- Constrtclion, 336-3670 or 3-15-4650. 134-lf CDJJCPETE WORK PFJJCns OR linraijci. Guarantcc-d ,vork. Free esti- mate's. Phone 37B-7fGi 94H-4MY Uunera t, Of PUBLIC NOTICES BIDS fcr Ihe removal niely J miles li Vi'arncr-Wnrntham area- Ccntacl Bert Milli -Trcciurcr, Warner R. E, Lid phone 6-I2-3BOE appro: i in Die poles i GROUND MANURE IN PLA5TIC 11 5D Free delivery. Coalhursi Greenhouse. Phww 726-9 SALE HARDY CHRYSAHTHE- fnums. 313 SI. C N. Phone 32B- 1595, JccK Coyle- 1008-5 MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, Irimming and fell- ing Call 326-2094. 7030-tl NURSERIES COAL dale Phone Closed Sunday. Available now Everqreen frees and shrubs. All pionts guaranteed. Free delivery to Lethbrldye. GARDEN ROTOTILLING ew lawns pui In. Prompt service at 'Bsonable rates. Phcno TENDERS Will ho received unlil 5 p.m. May 191h fcr Ihe purchase d lots 11 and 15, Block 14, Plan Ccaldale 6476AA. (Formerly known ai Ihe old Economy Ccmsr Tenders shall include propusa! for development jf this sile t-nd the Esli-nnled ccsi cf Development, General CcmmerdsH. L osl any n-Jpr ccpicd. Town of Coa RENT ROTOTILLERS, AERATORS, SEEDERS, POWEft RAKES, LAWN ROLLERS, CHAIN SAWS, HEDGE TRIMMERS AND LAWN EDGERS AT WARD'S. 22D-B77J. C12DB It SHOP VALUF VILLAGE FOR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND LAWN NEEDS Peat moss; lerliliier; weed spray; pest sprays; shrubs, bulbs and juni- pers; grass send and rcse bushes A full fine of Green Cross vvcerJ and pel canlrols- ClttJ-U PASCO GARnPNIMG SERVICES. CUS- lom rololillino, power raking, Recscn- ble raiss, Phcne 358-9597. C1742-II 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS PAN READY. ALSO CUS- )om H. Dyclf Coaldale, Phone C1077-K LEGHORN 'hane 234- Cfllls pleas HENS AT dOc EACH. CARDSTON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 2 BY-LAW No. BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CARDSTON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 3 OF "70VINCE OF ALBEHTA WHEREAS: it is deemed expedient by Beard cl Trusleei of Ihe Cardslcn School Divisicn Nc. Ihe Province d AlberJa Ihe JUm cf Four Hundreu i-ii. f Thousand 020.00) Ddlars should be borrowed en (lie sscurily cl me said Division by of debentures repayable DEATHS PL'IIL Passed away in th city on Monday, May l, 1972 following a lengthy illness, M JCalmoJi Puhl, at the age of I) years of 542 12 SI. N., hcluvc husband of the late Mr: Terezia Puhl. Prayers v.-ill b said on Thursday, (tonight) a p.m., in Martin Eros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 1 St. .V. Requiem Mass will h celebrated on Friday at ac- p.m., in SI. Basil's CaLholi Church, with Rev. Falhc Bruce Field celebrant. Inter mcnl will follow in the fai plot, Mountain View Cemetery Friends may pay ilieir respecf at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL [CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. MAR TIN BROS. LTD., Directors o Funeral Service. C1743 the bearer (551 equal ccr.iccutlve annual Installments with In- al Ihe rate ol nol more than 9 ptr cerium If) per annum fcr the [ollowing purpcs.es, namely Enlarging ihe Gymnasium of the new Cardsfcn' High School Demolishinq part cf the old Maflratn High Sclwol and constructing of B new High School. Classrooms Economics Science Classrooms preparation nnd servicing Libraries 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES BOXER PUPPIES, REGISTERED Phfine 223-4130, Tabor. HORThAIR POINTER PUPPY. PURE bred. 1119 lOld Ave. H 327-672J. 1Q10 -5 GERMAN SHORTHAIR POINTER. sonable price. Phcne 37B-3543, aller .m. '3J7- HREE KITTENS TO way Six weeks old. T emale. PHone 328-3192. BE GIVEN o males, U10-5 UREBRED FEMALE COCKER Three monlhs old. Ifl-lSP3, 4-8 p.m. U OUR WHITE TINY TOY POODLE ups from registered slock. Elghl onth old brown Welsh eal oenlle, tides and drives. Phone 44.3247, Coutls. 130-i-fl INE MONTH OLD CHIHUAHUA. old with children and house broken, 35. 1509 IPIh Conldale, Phcne 45-34B4. 1263-4 HAVE YOUR FURNITURE REUP- bolstered (or less. Professional w manship. Phone 377-B142 cr 326-9 MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. 5ER- vices on all makes of and dryers, automatic or conventional, Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No joh 100 large or too small LCTHBRIDGE APPLIAWCE, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Pncr- 70 GARDENING READY Phone 317 O GO LLOYD'S ROTOTILLING. WITH NEW machine. Phone 32B-3J17. 1393-lf ROTOTILLLING _ BOOK cenl sq II. Phone 3I7-J03D. NOV.'! 1 335 20my 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NEW CLUB CAFE. AT RAYMOND, FOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. Dax Ray- COMPLETE SHOE repair shop. All equipment, J1WO. Box 4611, Sunburnt, W.onl. AND LEATHER machinery and emeyer, 1314-9 TO SETTLE STORE, I icca'lcn, main ;frcet Claresholm. Suitable for any relail venture. Could be divided. 14 rooms above For living qucrlers, rcorm. Exceplional value al JJ3.WO. Conlsct M, Ramage, 335-3161, Porcupine Hills Lodge, Clares- i. 1093-6 Room. Gymnasia at an eslimaled cosl, includinq Archi- lecrs' Fees, Six Hundred Fitly Thousand Dollars Conlributions from Reserve Funds Leaving o balance lo be borrowed Amour.l ID bs borrowed: Four Hundred Fitly Thousand Dollars repayable lo 1hc bearer In Twenty-five ccnsecullve annual installments wilh interest at nol more than nine per cent f9rrl ner annum. THEREFORE: the cf Ihe said Division enacls as (ollo'-VL: 1. Thai necessary orcceedlngs b? lakJ pasl cl drive IN ON COUTTS HIGHWAY T A N A K A S GREENHOUSE. PHONE 337-437B 1313-31 my FAIRVIEW GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY iul s; FAIR LGTH PHONE 3IP-3191 nPIT.M EVERY-D.AY-8 a.m. fa B p.m. ALL YOUR 1 ANDSCAPINf, RFQUIRFMENTS S'lfldc anrl fnjil shrubs, perennials, DISTRIBUTOR REQUIRED SERVICING COMPANY, ESTABL1SH- Eft ROUTES, fJATtONALLY ADVER- TISED PRODUCT. 5-1D HOURS PER WEEK. NO SELLING REQUIRED EXTREMELY HIGH PROFITS. IN- VESTMENT S50n TO FINANC- ING AVAILABLE TO RESPONSIBLE PERSONS ONLY. REPLY TO L-Y HOLDINGS LTD. P O. BOX 2JJ15, 5TN. "C" VANCOUVER, B.C. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 "List wilh the Leader" lliereln unlll provision tcr redemption is m3de 3l and nclificaticn m.Tiled to 1lie BgnK soeciMcd in the debentures. The Debentures to te Issued under Ihis By-Low shall be executed by Ihe Chairman and Treasurer of the Beard- THEREFORE: Notice is hereby given by Ihe Board of he said School Division unless poll of Ihe proprietary eleclcrs cf he sard Schcol Division for nnd againsl sold Dcbe-fure Loan fs cfemanrieg' provided hy the School Acl, the I Bcaid will apply to Ihe Local Aulhcfilies Beard for aulhcrily lo said sum by debentures. Of which Sfl persons Inleresled sre hereby notified, and Ihey are required to govern ihemselvcs accordingly. Cheslpr Walburger Doled al Cardstcn 1hls !4lb day of April, 1973 INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPRIETARY ELECTORS IN A SCHOOL DIVISION A poll may be demanded In a School i Divisicn by a demand signed by I a. 1 per cent of the eleclcrs In a district or division having electors cr mere, or b. 5 per cenl cf Ihe eleclora In B dist- rict cr division having less lhan buf electors nr mere, or c- 10 cer csnf cl the elcclcrs in a dist- ricl cr division having less lhan bul 503 or more, or d. 15 oer cent of Ihe e'eclors in a disl- net cr division having lhan iW eleclr.rs The demand fcr a poll shall be li Ihe ferm prescribed by the Minister OAETZ Passed aivay the city on Tuesday, May 2 1972, following z lengthy illness Mrs. Elizabeth Gaelz al the age of 78 years, beloved uife of Mr George Gaelz of 133 13th St. N Born and raised in New York Ihe ]ate Mrs. Gaetz came to Alberta and homesteaded in the Medicine Hat area v.-ith her family. Following her marriage in 1917 she homesteaded with her husbond in the Foremosl area, moving to Turin in 192G and lo LetWiridge in 1941, where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving hus- band she is survived by three sons, Messrs. Peter Gaelz, ol Lethbridge, Gera-ge Gaelz, o] Fort Vermillion, Joe Gaclz, of IjCthbridge; four daughters, Mrs. A. (Mary) BuLLazzoni. of Lethbridge, Mrs. E. (Kay) Hen- ning, Lethbridge Mrs. E. (Martha) Wojtowicz, Picture utle, Mrs. W. (Helen) Griffith, of Angus, Ontario; 15 grand- children and cne great-grar.d- daughtcr: raie s'.ep son. Mr. Anthony Gaetz; Lwo step-daugh- ters, Mrs. V. (Lena) Madscn, PicCureButle.Mrs.il. (Barbara) Neville, Letbbridge; three step- grandchildren; nine step-great- grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Anne Shosteek, Vcrnon, B.C., Mrs. Katie Grenier, Princeton, B.C.; two brothers, Messrs. Nick Singer, Vernon, B.C. and John Singer, Princeton, B.C. She was predeceased by one son. The funeral service will be held on Friday at a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Bev. Father Bruce Field officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Mount Calvary section. Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects on Thursday eve- ning at Martin Bros. MEMOR- IAL CHAPEL, 703 13 SI. N J h o n e 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1744 rcT- fifteen days after Ihe date cf pcslinq cf fhe lasf publication in a ne'.vspacer of fhis notice. Proprietary elector means an elector vho Is liable lo assessment and lax- ifion lor school purposes In reSDect of properly situated In the school Division. FUNERALS MUELLER Funeral ser- vice for Miss Dawn Vivian Mueller- beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mueller of 2810 cth Ave. S. who died in the city at the age-of 17 years was held at p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros, Memorial Chapel, CARDS OF THANKS JENSF.N Our cleepusl iip- prcclalion and hcr.rtfclt (liaiiks to the people of Itaymoncl and fiUiTcwnding Tor their friendship, love and Ihoughlful- noss concerning Hie recent loss of our home by fire. God bless you all Jcannine and family 1375 J10KI wish to convey our sincere gratitude to all our friends, neighbors and relalivt-s who helped in any way during j our recent bereavement; for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards'. Koden and food. Our heartfelt thanks Lo Reverend L. Kawamura for Ins guidance, Christenscn Sal- mon Funeral Home and lo mem- bers of the Lethbridge Honpa Buddhist Church. May we also at this lime extend our belated .hanks to the doctors and nurses !or their attention and concern liven to our beloved Pamela luring her brief confinement in j the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital. To onr friends and rela-; ives our appreciation for the hospital visits, flowers, gifts and cards. We thank you all. It deeply appreciated. -Joe, Marion Mori and family. J155-5 Deaths Yesterday Cabot, G7, vho starred in the film classic Cing Kong, of lung cancer. Kenneth Ham- Iton Bailey, 73, a former Aus- ralian high Canada and commissioner lo federal solicitor 703 13th St. Rev. AUTO COURT SEPARATF UNITS IN POPULAR U M M E R RESORT. EXCELLENT ETURNS FOR FOUH-A1ONTM OP- ERATION. FOR FURTHER PARTIC- ULARS PHONE BARBARA BRUCH- ET AT 357-3757. MLS. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY SChvVAHTZ AGENCIES I IMITF.D EJTAD! Colic-re Pdtr.c- Residential Cr-miv.prcinI prcp-r'lps F.-.ims and ranees. Cily or Town Cl 733-1J WHY RENT cower rake, i ROTOTILLEER OR >en you can have (or about ths F.a ll lobs done by experienced Pjione 037-8736. C7U1-II VEGETABLE AND FLOWER in s.iankh iiavc displayed lnmurc Liquid Seaweed" since mproved t.isle, qmlily, clc. Pcsticidfs cirp reduced LETHBRIDGE DISTRIBUTORS: 0 A- E HARWARE, A 13IH 51 N, HTALTII FOOD CEN- TRE, Prd Ave WOOLCO DE- PARTMEMr STORE, Wnyor Waqraili FOR NEW LAWNS REEDYK LANDSCAPING Free eslimnlcs. Phone 3JB-13W. 12ifr IOO1 RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILIERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327 70oo nd Eecor.d Florence Wilkinson officiating! Pallbearers were Danny Muel- ler, Herb Culler, Eichard An- dreachuk, Fred Tyrrell and Da- vid Carpenter. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. STEVENS Funeral ser vice for Allan Randolph Stevens, beloved husband o the late Airs. Georgina (Vynie Stevens who died in the city Sunday, April 30, 1972, at the age of 9L years, was held al 75 CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT work snd sluccoinp Ardsrscn Sortnson Ccns'nrc'iDn. 7th FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- NA CAHINETS. PHONE 327-3219. REMODELLING HOUSES, rfrlveivayi, cu and cahlnfls. 33B dllcr 6 i3.tf SIDE. Irr-p TEINER CEMENT WORK. dug. proolinn in timates. Phone 33JflIfirt C3ii] II RAIN BOW PAINTING AND DECOR- ntlng Wall pnri.r, vinyl am, spray- ing. Frrc Plionp EQUIPMENT RENTAIS Grfivel Icvfilinti. Compaction equip. dcanlnfi. Ave. 5. role equipment. Corral Phone 3JR-4765 Ulft )nd ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO WmJlCNANCF NO CIMNfi. NO, PHONE JONES ROOTING, ajn P.ATIOV (Irivcwflys. (jfiinfjL-s. tuplvinrrl'., Inn, llnlshln.-i and Inrr, Lrrr ps- llmntcs, Giinrnnlrrd v.'orKmanf.hip. No loli foo imalf. or 3xi. Actor dies of lime cancer J p.m. Wednesday in St. HOLLYWOOD (API Bruce I Augustine's Anglican Church Cabot (17 who slarred in Ilio I "cv- n- CrisfieM King Kong, E- R- Doyle official- ing. Pallbearers were Harry Calhoun. Tom Frankish, Jack Melheral, Stanley Albertson Tony Falinglo and Orvil Sto vel. Honorary pallbearers were Ralph Mjicphcc. Ralph Court Dr. Brilt Hunt. Sol Weber. Bert Madill, Johnnie Piper, Charlie Coverdale and Slim Hagen. In- terment was in the Hillside Cemetery, Medicine Hat. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors o[ Funpml Service. in charge of the arrangements [eneral, after a long illness. Washington, D.C Edgar Joover, 77, of ths Fed- ral Bureau ol Investigation ince 1924, of hypertensive car- liovascular disease. Palm Springs, foe Brctim, 81, irector and producer who was silent-film pioneer and later ose lo prominence with Ran- olph Scott westerns. Rio De Janeiro, ander Lcnard, 62, the Hungar- an-born scholar who translated Vinnie tlie Pooh into Latin, fllississauga, Fix, ormer reeve of Toronto Town- hip and the first woman warden of Peel County. Hollywood, ac- ress Gia Scala, 38, who acted n the Guns of Navarone, The Tunnel of Love and Four Girls n Town, from an overdose ol arcolics and alcohol. Detroit, Oris, 5, Ihe fourth, person ever lo undergo the transplant of a me- lanical heart booster pump, of evere pulmonary complications and a kidney problem. Cannes, France e t e r hurchill, 63, one of Britain's nost daring secret agents in ranee during the Second World rar, after a long illness. Chrisliansled, St. rence M. Angus, 54, president ol the People's Bank of the Virgin Island and a native of Saskat- chewan, following a slabbing in- cident. Montreal Stan Breard, 54, former shortstop for Montreal R oy a 1 s of the International League, in hospital following a long illness. Noel, 72, Paris fashion editor for the Associated Press, in an American hospital at Neuilly following a long ill- film classic died here. He died of lung cancer at Ihe Motion Picture Country Home and Hospital in Woodland Hills. I a spokesman for the hospital said. Cabot, played the young man who rescued actress Fay Wray from Ihe clutches of the ape in Kinp Kong, came lo Hol- lywood at the nge of 26. Aflcr a Second World War stint in the U.S. Air Force lhat took him to Africa. Sicily and llaly as mi intelligence and op- ernlions officer, Cabot sloir- ed his movie career consider CARD OF THANKS ably, He spent a lot of lime in Europe during the '50s, making Dins I wish lo extend my films and living there. sincere thanks lo my doctors, Cabol in several movies staff of Pi .Michr-iTs Hospilal in Ihe wilh his close for Ihcir care. A thank you to friend. John Wayne. Among Ihe my family, relatives and films were The Green nereis in friends for flowers, gifts, cards nnd nig Jake in 1371. He also had a role in Diamonds are Forever, in A nalivc of Cnrlsbad. N.M., Cabot, whaco real name was Jacques dc was married j dii-orccd Iwicc, firsl lo ,10- i Ircss Adricmic Ames and later and for many visits. They were grcally appreciated. Iris Dies 13IM :o actress Scaffa, K r a n c h c s c. a do FKIVEB Norway's ombudsman for ci- vilian affairs received 1.305 late filin tax returns OTTAWA (CP) About Canadians are late (heir income lax returns Ihis year, a spokesman for the reve- nue department said today. The figure, about Ihe same as last year's, is an estimate be- cause many returns mailed by the May 1 deadline have nol yet been received. Persons mailing or handing in their returns after ATay I are liable to a fine of five per cent of lax owiim. Not all the laic filers will be fined, however. I lie spokesman said. Many will have refunds coming and thus no unpaid 1ml- anco for a fine lo be assessed upon. By May I the department has received 7.S million returns, compared wilh just over seven million bv the 1971. A lolal of nhonl million is exepcled. About -1.7 million returns hnd 3een processed, compared with 4.1 million last year. Refund cheques printed hy May 1 Ihis year totalled lour million, worth KH5.3 million. I.nsl year hy Ihis ime 3.4 million refund cheques worth million had been prinlcd. The average refund cheque complninu in 1971. (ewer than I this year is about S13G, up Iran in the two preceding years. I In 1971. MAY SALE-A- THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY LAUNDRY DETERGENT PLATFORM ROCKERS 4 Colours to choose from An ideal gift for Mom MAY SALE FEATURE 10 SPEED BIKES BOYS' OR GIRLS' STYLES Reg. 79.99. MAY SALE FEATURE MEN'S OR BOYS' PLASTIC KITES 3 ft. wing tpan. Reg. MAY SALE FEATURE...... SPORT SOCKS CANVAS RUNNERS 3 pair pkg. MAY SALE FEATURE pkg. White only. Low cut MAY SALE SPECIAL...... KITCHEN CHROME CHAIRS 5 PATTERNS AVAILABLE MAY SALE SPECIAL INTENSIVE CARE LOTION FLORAL PHOTO ALBUM 14 oz. size. MAY SALE FEATURE____ BAKE WARE ASSORTMENT BRUSH HAIR ROLLERS Reg. 47c pkg. MAY SALE FEATURE OUILTED PILLOWS WAGON WHEELS ELECTRIC FRYPAN LADIES' SANDALS YOUR CHOICE MAY SAtE FEATURE WATCH FOR OUR MAY FLYER FOR MANY OUTSTANDING VALUES! CHIIDREN'S TERRY SHORTS Sizes 4-6x. MAY SALE FEATURE LAWN CHAIRS LADIES' SLEEVELESS SHELL MUG TREE SET USE YOUR WOOIWORTH, WOOLCO OR CHARGEX CARDS ;