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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 IETHBP.IDCE HERALD Wednesday, May 30. 1973 FA TON'S Thursday, Friday and Saturday or as long as Quantities last. Personal Shopping Only. Tories to discuss party strategy at weekend meeting to Sundries Lower Floor PORCELAIN JARS. Each......... MtMTHOLATUM. Tube or Each ENGLISH LEATHER SOAP..... RUBBER GLOVES. Pair............ LAVORIS MOUTHWASH. 12 oz. Each............. VASELINE. Intensive Care Lcticn cr Oil. E-acn TAME CREME RINSE. Each......... BATHROOM ACCESSORY SET. Set................... DRESSER SETS. Sat "CURL AND GO" CUPcLER. Eacli MIRRORS. Each PROTEIN 21 SHAMPOO. Each GREAT BODY SHAMPOO. Each BATH PILLOWS. Each 500 500 500 500 790 3.77 3.00 3.77 1.00 1.00 1.00 Sundries, Lower Floor Stationery Lower Floor PiECi FINGER. Each SWINGING BIRD. Eoch BOUQUET. Each FIGURINES. Each ASSORTED MOBILES. Each......... INCENSE BURNERS. Eoch.......... BINDER REFILLS. Each ____ EXERCISE BOOKS. Each......... 1.28 1-29 1.29 Notions WOODEN SHOE SHINS KIT. FOLDING WASTE BASKET. Each TOTE BAG. Set of three. Set WALL BRACKETS. Ecch LINGERIE HANGERS. Set of 2. PLASTIC SHOPPING BAG. Each PYJAMA BAG. Each 480 690 640 Stationery, Lower Floor Lower Floor 2.50 3.99 500 500 Notions, Lower Floor Candies Lower Floor 250 780 380 1.88 Condies, Lower Floor Canuk Handicraft Yarn All purpose acrylic yarn. Machine "washcole, Good color choice. 2 oz. balj Enchantment 4 Ply Yarn Machine washable. Assorted colors. O 2 ball............. O Knitting and Crochet Yarn 4 oz. skein. Orion acrylic, easy care. 4 oz. ball................ ASSORTED CANDIES. 1 Ib. bag............. MACAROONS. Ib. PEPPERMINT PATTIES. 6 ocs. POT OF GOLD CHOCOLATES 1 ib. box.............. 470 c oq ..1.19 Wools, Lower Floor Toys. Lower Floor 2.99 1.00 back yard. Compleje 49.99 29.99 Usc-s 9.99 9.99 1.00 1.00 MATTELL SIZZLER CARS. Assorted numbers. Each PLAID CLOTH DOGS. Each GYMNASTIC CLIMBERS. For fun 'n the with gym rings and climbing ladders. Two only. Each GARDEN SWING WITH CANOPY. 1 only. LINDA the talking, singing doll with four 1 "C" battery inot Eoch MATTil SUPER STAR HOBBY PLANE A BRAIN, Each (MATTEL GRIPPER SET. For fun outside. Bat and ball. Set CLEARANCE OF ALL NATURE WINDOW SETS. RIDE-EM JUMBO SET. Wings, tail wheels end engines ore re- movable by child with custom wrench and jumbo screwdriver. A Kide-Em education toy. Each PLASTIC SNOPPY TRICYCLE with high ma handle bar. Each 6.99 Toys, Lower Floor EATON'S By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA "We've got get bloody That's the way a veteran Con- servative front bencher sums it up. He concedes the parly has lost ground since the October election. Commencing Friday night tbe official opposition will hold a special weekend caucus to con- sider several subjects. One of them will be party strategy and how to regain the ground it has lost since the general election. "We're too damn polite, too timid. We've got to get tougher in the snorts a frus- trated, irats conservative front bencher. He spoke before the explosion in the house Monday when John I Lundrigan, the battling back- j bencher from St. John's, New- i fotmdland accused Fisheries f. t i (.1 i _i Bitounaiana accusea nscenes Sporting Goods lower Floor Women s Wear Mam F'oor Minister jack Davis of being a RJ i _uj _ j Truline Custom Golf Cart Adjustable padded bog bracket. Whitewall tires, curved die cast aluminum handle. 10-inch wire 1Q QQ spoke wheels. Auto folding. Each I Sporting Goods, lower Floor Women's Golf Bag Pro style round too. 14 club model. Complete with purse that attaches to side. Full length locker pocket, front ball pocket, umbrella sheath, travel hood, towel snap and shoulder strop. White navy, blue and red trim. Q QQ Sporting Goods, Lower Floor 10-Speed Bicycle Glider fine English craftmonshrp shows in this quality built racer. and frame sizes in or fropic blue. 27 x 1 wheel. Each bronze, green 99.99 Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Sportspal Canoe 3 only' Ruaaed aiuminum construction. Weighs about 50 Ibs. 199.00 Sporting Goojs, Lower Floor 12 foot long. Simulated Birchbark. exterior. Ecch Second Floor Lovely Blankets For your camper or extra >oom Ho allergenic. Warmth without weight. Made nylon, 50% rayon. Assorted colors. Size 72 x Each Size 80 x Each Blankets, Second Flocr e been tested nort in Canada. 50% g CQ Viking Portable Stereo Phono AAA and FM stereo phono. Automatic changer and speakers. Each Entertainment, Second Floor 169.95 Viking Stereo AM and FM amplifier which functions beautifully. 45 speed record changer end 8 track player. Solid state on alum- inum pedestal base. Full range speakers. Ecch Home Entertainment, Second Fioor Zenith Portable Stereo AM and FM emctlifier end record player. Four speed changer. High grade feather touch cartridge diamond needle and high fidelity speaker. Each......................... Home Entertainment, Second Fiocr Electric Food Warmers Serve it electrically in this ceramic earthenware server. White finish. Complete with cord set. Q QQ ........................Vi99 Each Small Appliances, Second Floor 17-Piece Coffee Set Coffee set with spring decor with goM colored rim. Set in- cludes coffee oot with cover, sugar with cover, creamer and "ix cups and saucers. Set 6.99 Chinaware, Second Floor 7-Piece Cake Set TO match the above. Consists or 1-12'' plate and six 7'j" plates. Set 4.69 Chinaware, Second Floor Main Floor Men's Casual Footwear A practical gift for Father's Day. Two-tone comfort casuals in tie or slip-on styles. Plantation crepe composition soles and heels. Suede with smooth leather uppers. 4 A OO ssorted colors. Sizes 7 to 11. Pair Shoes, Main Floor Men's Vinyl Casuals Give Father o oair of these. Popular slip-on style casuals in soft vinyl uppers. Cushioned rubber soles and heels for added comfort. Moccasin toe styling. Brown, white or black. Sizes 7 to 11. C QQ Shoes, Main Floor Pair Men's Fashion Clearance Two-piece suits by Jacquard, L.S. sweater and vests by Lugi Gordon! and plaid shirts by Apple Bee ell clearance priced. Colors, materials and sizes are broken which explain; the low, low Q OO RQ Each or suit-.............. 3.UU to Men's Fortrel Slacks 100% polyester. 4-patch pockets and jean styles. Assorted colors. Included are H.I.S., G.W.G. and Dalee. 4 ft QQ Sizes 28 to 38. Each Spring Hot Clearance Attractive hats in Breton, Cloche end braids and straws. Colors: block, pink, beige, white, navy and blue. Each 'liar" and refused to retract i despite the pleas of Speaker Lu- j cien Lamoureux. [j But isolated explosions of an I angry backbench P.C. member Millinery, Main F.oor 11 won't dislodge the Liberal mi- brirn styles. Assorted Jr. Generation Coats Coats that double as o dress length cover up end an excellent pant coat. Gathered cuffs. Some with attached hoods, others with back pleat. Cotton twill weave. Colors: yellow, beige, black, grey and red. Q QQ Sizes 7 to 15. Each........................ i junior Wear, Main Floor Women's Nylon Jackets Battle and hip length styles. Stitching and zipper trim. Sizes 7 to 13. Colors: navy, brown or pink. A "7Q O Eoch I 51 to Sportswear, Alain Floor Women's Body Shirts Nylon body shirts, long sleeves, tailored collar. Four button front opening or zipper. Medium size. Colors: aqua, navy, lilac and pink. Each 'Sportswear, Main Floor Girls' Bathing Suits Four beautiful swim suit styles 1o choose from in girls' sizes 7 to 14. 2-piece surfer, 2-piece sailor look, 2-piece 2-tone and 1-piece sailor look. Assorted fabrics and A jt Q colors. Sizes 7 to 14. Each Girls' Wear, Main Floor Baby Needs Main Floor Deluxe Diapers by Bonnie Brae Deluxe cotton flannelette diaoers for Heavy nap both sides for extra strength. About 27 x White. One dozen per package. Downe Crib Sheet terrific low price! 3.19 Dry hite Soft, downy sheet protects mattress. Gives baby extra com- fort. Absorbent cotton on both sides with rubber in between I About 27 x OQ O A A "7 White................. f- Plisse Sleepers Cool cotton plisse sleepers for hot summer nights. Assorted prints on pink, blue and yellow. O OQ Sizes 1-2-3. Pair CufaM Bonnie Brae Sheet "Sanforized" fresh cotton crib sheets hove elasticized corners. About 28 x Turtles 'n Things print on white or pastels. 1.85 Or2 for 3.59 Receiving Blanket Smooth cotton flannelette blankets in pretty orints on background. About 30 x OQ O Two blankets in package..... or fc. for Printed Blanket Cosy Bonnie Brae baby blankets in polyester and rayon with nylon binding. About 36 x O QQ Turtles '.i Print. Ecch Deluxe Trainers Bonnie Brae double terryclcth training pants are "Sanitized" treated. Lycra rib knit leg band. White. Sizes 1 to -i. Stock up and save! 1 QQ Ecch .................O3y or O for I .VW Stock-up on Terry Sleepers So comfortable for active babies of all ages. Cotton and nylon stretch 'errycloth for sleep or play. Dome closings. Aqua, pink, maize. S 6-12 pounds, M 13-19 pounds, L 20-26 pounds. HQ A CQ Each or Bonnie Brae Vest polyester and cotton rib knit vest with fast-dry diaper tabs. Button front. Fits 3 to 24 months. White. Save! Buy three! Each "Rgtrd. T.M. Flannelette Gowns Cosy cotton flannelette gowns ever-so-warm. Ties ot neck. Eoch 690 or 3 for1.99 by Bonnie Brae 690 or 3 for Baby Needs, Main Floor keep baby 1.99 Main Floor Men's Casual Slacks Permanent press toiiun polyester. Washable for holiday wear. Colors: green, beige and rust. Sizes 34 to 44. Each Men's Jeans and Cords Flares and bags brushed denims, cords. Selection great 8.99 6.99 5.99 eludes G.W.G. and H.l.S. Assorted colors. Sizes: 27 to -8. Each.............. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS. Polyester and cotton. Short sic-.ve style. Plain and patterned. Sizes' Small, medium and large. Each FANCY PATTERNED DRESS SHIRTS. Polyester and cotton. As- sorted colors. Sires 14V? to 16Vj. Eoch MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS. Long sleeves. Polyester and cotton Plain colors. Sizes 14'.j to MEN'S LONG SLEcVE SPORT SHIRTS. Polyester and cotton some knits. Assorted colors. Priced low because they QQ are in a broken size range. Each MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS. Short sleeves. Four button placket with collar. Nylon. Colors: yellow, beige, brown, navy and blue. Sizes: small, medium, large and extra-large. Q QQ Men's Weor, Main Floor Each Shop Thursday and Friday 9 'Til 9 For These Clearance Priced Values. On Sale Through Saturday or As Long As Quantities Last. Use Your Eaton Come True Card. n o r i t y strategists govarnment. Party are only too well What's good for the Grits, ta good for the Tories, as they toe it. Many of the Conservatives in the house are first-time mem- bers. They are fearful of being branded as "power They are reluctant to embark on a calculated risk policy and take the gamble of destroying the minority government. They are enjoying the re- wards of being members of par- liament. They like the fringe benefits. They are happy in their confortable offices on par- liament hill or the Con- federation Building. They want many more months, perhaps even stretching into a year or two, to savour the fruits of hav- ing won the election in their own particular ridings. The thought of deliberately ;etting out tt try and precipitate another election, makes many members cringa and opt for the status quo. Fighting an election is very hard work and costly. There are bilb from the last election still to be paid, in some cases. The word some members have brought back from their constituencies after the Easter recess is that the great Cana- dian electorate appears satis- fied with another minority gov- ernment. The electorate does not care to be subjected soon to another election campaign. It seldom eagerly anticipates elections. The electorate appears satisfied as long as the minority govern- ment seems to be carrying on without much trouble. But good election issues are building: inflation and the high cost of living; the heavy tax- ation burden and the free- spending habits of the Trudeau administration as attacked in the recent auditor general's re- port. The unwillingness or in- ability of the minority govern- ment to cope with these prob- lems all provide good campaign material, for the opposition. "Some of our younger mem- bers are 'iimid'. They are new at this gama. They are worried if we get 'bloody minded" and go after the government's scalp we'll be condemned as only in- terested in winning a veteran Tory ruefully corn- Most of the work was done in j roented as he discussed the up- the name of presidential secur- j coming weekend caucus. ity. I "Hell, of course we're power Much of it. however, has en- hanced the value of the ocean- side property owned by Nixon and one of his wealthy friends, New York industrialist Robert Abplanalp. The federal investment of j are of that fact and would IJjlike to launch a determined gj! drive to topple the Trudeau ad- ministration. Same of the veteran members want to have tbe official opposi- ticn adopt a "get tough" strategy for the house. They are well aware of how the former Liberal opposition deliberately set out to harass, harry and heckle the Diefenbaker govern- ment until it gained ths image across the country of being in- capable of governing and fell apart. spent on Nixon estate SAN (AP) CLEMENTE, Calif. The United States gov- ernment has spent more than for improvements at President Nixon's San Clemente estate since he bought it four years ago, records show. more than was dis- closed in city building-permit records and in subsequent inter- views with government offi- cials. The figure is nearly three times the which the i White House weekend the said during the government had hungry. The official opposition is convinced it can do a batter job than the government. It wants the opportunity to take office and demonstrate how much better its policies ars than those of the adminis- tration. "That's what makes our sys- tem he snapped. LOOKING FOR TORONTO (CP) The new wecKKuu IIK ;I t Toronto zoo is seeking spent for improvements to the j loyers anywhere from estate. The White House -would not provide a breakdown of the figure it gave Friday in a statement, saying Nixon had sold all but 5.9 acres of the 29- acre tract to Abplanalp in De- cember, 1970. That transaction took place 18 months after Abplanalp had loaned Nixon to help with the initial purchase of the property. That 1969 loan was cancelled in the subsequent transaction which left Nixon with a net in- vestment of for the house and 5.9 acres and Abpla- nalp with an investment of million for the rest of the prop- erty. pet------- to to buy birds and animals it still needs for its 5f 000-specie collection when m opens in 1974. The fund-raising arm. for the zoo, the Zoological Society, says it is only at the halfway miark to its million goal, having raised million. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) CAPITOL FURNITURE AUCTION SALE STOCK REDUCTION OF NEW AND USED at HURLBURT'S WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge, Albsrtn MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1973 TIME P.M. New gold chesterfield and chair; New green chesterfield and choir; Dark blue hideabed; Various other chesterfields and occasional 3 new kitchen suites, 5 and 7 piece sets; 3 used kitchen suites; Number of chrome and wood tables; 20 various chrome and wood chairs; 2 gas ranges: 2 electric ranges; 2 wringer washers; Auto washer end dryer. Number used floor lamps and table Quantity used floor lamps and table lamps; 4 old chiffoneers; Baby Play pen; Gas and oil heater; New bathroom sets; Used TVs nnd radio-record Drafting table; Old cash register; Number various size beds, complete; Number chests of, drawers; Number vanity dressers; Number nite tables; Number desks; Number coffee, end, step Quantity of new carpets, room sizes. Viewing the sola will be Sunday, June 3rd from to p.m. and all day Monday till sale time. Come visit with Ted and Keith en Sunday and Monday and participate in the sale. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. lETHftRIDGI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 Lie. 458 ;