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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 23, 1973- 51 STORES SERVING B.C. qnd ALBERTA LDS The Canadian Family Store At All Our Stores While Quantities Last. 318 6th ST. S. PHONE 328-6566 LADIES' WEAR BRIEFS. 100% nylon -tricot, lace and rib patterns. Ass't colours. A S.M.L. Reg. 39c PANTY HOSE KNEE HI'S. First quality One-size in beige, taupe, spice and brown. (Limit 6 pair per O f-j, 59c v QUEEN-SIZE PANTY HOSE. First quality, top moke, wide range of shades, XL and XXL. (Limit 6 pair per Reg. 99c...... SHORTS. 100% nylon, polyester, cotton terry in solids and denim lock. 10 to IS. Reg. 2.98 WHITE BRAS. Lace trimmed in three styles. Also one- size bra and bikini sets in pastel prints. 30-34AA; 30- 36A; 32-38B; 34-36C...... COTTON SLEEPWEAR. At- tractive ass'd prints, lace trim in baby doll or short gowns. S.M.L. A Reg. 2.49 PANT TOPS. Polyester and acetate, prints and plains, sleeveless and long sleeves. Ass'f. styles. 10 to 13. Reg. to 5.98 BLOUSES Polyester and nylon print, long and short sleeves, tailored. Two-tone pastels. 32- 33................ SHORT SETS. Polyester and nylcn in stripes and solids. Short sleeve or tank style. 8 to 16. BODY SUITS. Perma-presB 100% stretch nylon, plo- quet or Wallace Beery long sleeves or sleeve- less. S.M.L..... PANTS. Nylon and poly- ester, pull-on styling, cable, rib, some cords. White and pastels. 10 to 20.............. CUFFED FLARES. Poly- ester double knit, side pockets, belt loops. Jac- quard and rib weave, zip or pull-cn style. 8 to 16. Reg. 8.98 to 10.98 PANT SUITS. Large se- lection of styles in poly- ester knits and bonded Orion. Ass'td. colours. 10 to 18. Res. 12.88 to 16.88 o 1 CHILDREN'S WEAR GIRLS' PANTY HOSE. Selec- tion of Spring Shades, to fit 60 to 100 Ibs. Q I... Reg. 59c...... I0r JR. GIRLS' SHORTS. Nylon and polyester in plains and patterns. 4 n to 6x. Reg. 98c Z JR. BOYS' VESTS BRIEFS. 100% cotton, machine washable. White only. 4 to 6x. Reg. 59c O to 89c ea..... KIDDIES' T-SHIRTS. 100% cotton, short sleeves, crew neck, pocket. 4 to 6x. GIRLS' SHIRT CLEARANCE. Perma-press cotton, tailor- ed style (n prints and plains. Short ond long sleeves. 7 to 14....... INFANTS' DRESSES and DIAPER SETS. Polyester and cotton, machine wash. Cute styles in pastels. 0 to 18 months. Reg. 2.98 1 N F A N T S' SLEEPERS. Stretch terry, Canadian made, dome closure, pastels and dark shades. 0 to 3. Reg. 2.98 KIDDIES' FLARES. Large selection of styles, col- ours, patterns. 4 to 6x. Reg. to 3.99 KIDDIES' SUMMER JAC- KETS. Nylons and cot- tons, lined or unlined with zip closure. Many styles and colours. 2 to 6x. 2 for JR. GIRLS' T-SHIRTS. Nylons or cottons, as- sorted and colours. Machine wash. 4 to 6x. Reg. to O 2.59 GIRLS' T-SHIRTS. 100% nylon, short sleeve and sleeveless styles in Spring and Summer shades. 7 to 14. Reg. 2 for GIRLS' BODY SHIRTS. Stretch denim or nylon, snap crouch, machine wash. Long sleeve and sleeveless. 4 to 6x end 7 to 14. Reg. to 4.98 GIRLS' FLARES. Stretch nyoln, denim, cottons in assorted styles and col- ours. 7 to 14. Reg. 3.98 to 5.98------ BOYS7 WEAR DRESS SOCKS. Selection of colours in cotton blends and blends. 6 to to 10. O iftl. Reg. 59e 69c. lul COTTON T-SHIRTS. Short sleeve in white and as- sorted colours. S.M.L Reg. 79c ond O W 89e twl POLO PYJAMAS. 100% cotton print in assorted colours. 8 to 16. Reg. 2.98 CASUAL PANTS. Denim, buck suede or brushed denim, jean styling. Asst'd. colours. 8 to 16 Reg. 3.98 to 4.99____ MEN'S WEAR UNDER-VESTS. White only in 100% cotton. Buy a bunch now and ft save. S.M.L. DRESS SOCKS. Selection of colours in multi-ply nylon. Sizes 10 to 12. Reg. 69c 2 pr. for COTTON BRIEFS. Taped jeams double seat for longer wear. White only. S.M.L. ft Reg. 79c...... (BOXER SHORTS. Dacron oni? cotton blend, perman- ent press. Asst'd. colours. T-SHIRTS. Short sleeve white, slight subs or; long sleeve novelty, asst'd. col- ours. S, M, L, XL. Reg. 1.49 SQUAU JA CKETS. 100% nylon, zip front, large pockets, bright colour range. Reg. to 5.98 DRESS SPORT SHIRTS. blend, short sleeves, asst'd. checks and solids. S, M, L, XL. Reg. 3.98 to 4.98 COVERALLS. Sturdy, 100% cotton, spruce green, express stripe. 36 to 46. Reg. 8.98 S U E D I N E JACKETS. Two imart styles to choose from. Tan shades. Reg. 10.98 and 12.98 SHOES LADIES' SUMMER SAN. DAIS. Asst'd styles and colours with regular or platform soles, n 5 to 10..... HOUSEWARES BEACH TOWELS. Lux- ury quality towels in both jacquard and print patterns. Size 30" x 60" and 36" x Reg. 3.99 BEACH BLANKET. As- sorted colours in check design. Size 55" x Ideal for comping too. Reg. 5.98 TERRY TOWELS. Assort- ment of prints and jac- quards. Size 30" x Bright selection of col- ours. Reg. 2.99 WHITE KING SIZE SHEETS. Tex-made tru- prest blend. Machine wash, no-iron. Slight irregu- larities will not affect wear. Flat size 108" x Fitted size 78" x Super Special Value SALE: Thurs., Fri., Sat., May 24, 25, 26 Use Your Chargex EMO still collects laurels By ALLAN HARTLEY OTTAWA (CP) The Emer- gency Measures Organization a legacy from, the days of nuclear sabre-rattling, has been collecting unaccustomed laurels lately for its role in cop- ing with peacetime disasters. EMO can still send you a pamphlet on how to build a bet- ter bomb shelter, but the em- phasis in recent years has been "to play the wartime planning said an EMO official in an interview. Recent floods in southwestern Ontario and the Saint John River Valley of New Brunswick have spotlighted the work of the agency which is responsible for planning and co-ordinating re- sponse to disaster. Municipal governments have at times been critical of the or- ganization, saying it costs them too much money and fills no useful role in the community. Many municipalities have at- tempted to do away with local EMO London, Ont., city council disbanded the local organization on grounds it wasn't effective. The city re- tains an emergency plan. DREW CRITICISM Newspapers in southwestern Ontario were critical of EMO's effectiveness during flooding in the area last November. An EMO official in Ottawa admitted in an interview that "there are places across the country where this happens pe- riodically." EMO was created by directive in 1957. Responsibility for the organization shifted over the years from the prime minis- ter to the minister of industry and finally to the ministry of national defence in 1968. The current emphasis on peacetime disasters began in 1966 when the organization was given responsibility for planning and organizing federal response to such disasters. The shift in policy came with the lessening of tension between East and West. EMO operates with a full- time staff of 92 with a budget this year of million. Thds includes a regional director and staff for each province. There are also provincial and munici- pal EMO organizations. Federal money helps support the organizations. This aid, combined with provincial funds, results in an annual national ex- penditure for "disaster insur- ance" estimated at million. PAY 10 PER CENT Municipalities pay an esti- mated 10 per cent of the organ- ization's operating expenses. In the aftermath of recent flooding in Ontario and New Brunswick, many newspapers in affected areas who had been critical oS EMO congratulated it on its performance. The New Brunswick' Opposi- tion leader, whose patty had op- posed increased provincial spending for EMO, praised the organization. Premier Richard Hatfield sent a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau commenting favorably on the work of the provincial director. The organization is guided by what an official calls "disaster- prone thinking." "We plan for the whole gamut of he said, EMO has been involved in such disasters as forest fires, hurricanes, ice jamies, mud slides, chemical spills and floods. Contingency plans exist for incidents ranging from acci- dents at nuclear power stations to plane crashes in residential areas to tidal waves. Where is everybody? Michael Osypchuk, 7, of Edmonton, found out during an RCMP open, house that there was more to being a Mountie in the 1880's than just being willing. Mounties had to be big enough to wear the pith helmets common in those days. Michael, a Grada Two student, tried on the helmet during a visit to headquarters with classmates. Thurs.f Fri., Sat., May 24, 25 26, Personal Shopping Only SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SIZE SELECTION. WRANGLER BOOT CLEARS! ALL BOOTS ARE LEATHER U Civil War Boots ,50 By Wrangelr. Regularly to CLEARING AT------ 25 NED AND TOP QUALITY Laced Bootlegger By Wrangler Regularly NOW ONLY Wet Look Civil War Boots By Wrangler. These Crinkle patent boots regularly sold for NOW Vi PRICE------ CLEARING A SELECTION OF Cowtown Western Boots Various styles Clearing at Vi price. NOW ONLY Wrangler Work Boot 22 ,50 Relan leather, Hypalon sole. Reg. NOW ,00 ALSO CLEARING A SELECTION OF MEN'S AND LADIES' 9 Boulet Western Boots 4O.OO to Regularly to NOW ONLY Riley McCormick "Lethbridge's Leading Western Store'' Featuring the selection of WESTERN WEAR AND SADDLERY IN SOUTH ALBERTA CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-5644 ;