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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHORIDGE HERAID May 31, W2 "We have fine quality furniture and appliances sale priced for the brides of this year and the brides of yesteryear. Come in and make your purchase. We will deliver at no extra charge. If you don't need the furniture right away, just leave a deposit, and we'll store it free until required. Do come in and let years of furniture experience help you buy the most value for your dollars. At Sidorsky's, we do try harder. Our store is completely air condiiioned, P.S. There is plenty of free parking." APPLIANCES 10 Cu. Ft. Admiral Refrigerator Copocrlone. JUNE BRIDE SALE 13 Cu. Ft. Admiral Refrigerator Harvest Gold. JUNE ERID: SALE 13 Cu. Ft, Admiral 2-Dcor Refrigerator Dual lemocralurL'. Avocado, Man. Suggested Lisl JUNE BF-.IDE SALE McClary-Easy 13 Cu. Ft. Two door, automatic defrost, lefl side opening Coppertone. Man. Suggested Lisl 399.95. JUNE BRIDE SALE Beach 30" Gas Range Kcrvesf Gold. JUNE BRIDE SALE Speed Queen Automatic Washer The finest 2 speed automatic washer, featuring stainless steel lub. Man. Suggested Lisl 419.00. JUNE BRIDE SALE Matching Dryer Zinc grip drum. Man. Suggested List 259 00 JUNE BRIDE SALE........................................ Inglis Automatic Washer A quality product. Man. Suggested Lisl 319.95 JUNE BRIDE SALE Matching Elec'ric Dryer (Man. Suggested list 159 Pj JUNE BRIDE SALE................................... Natural Gas Dryer Matches above JUNE BRIDE SALE 136.00 269.50 289.50 175.00 375.00 Inglis Upright 15.8 Cu. Ft. Freezer Features odour-free, slain resistant porcelain finish inner liner, w light and many other features. JUNE BRIDE SAfE See This Custom 17.6 Cu. Ft. Gibson Frost clear refrigerator. 10 year unil warranty. Only 63" high. Man. Suggested Lisl 519.00. Colors at no extra charge. JUNE BRIDE SALE Gibson Side By Side 16 cu. ft. Frost deer, avocado, MOD. Suogested List 599 00 JUNE ERIDE SAtE 279.50 169.50 203.95 293.00 SEE THE COMPLETE STOCK OF Gibson Chest Freezers SrarJing the 8 cu. ff. lize, JUNE BRIDE SALE CHESTERFIELD SUITES LOVE SEATS Kroehler Sofa and Chair Gold Herculon fabric. Modern design. JUNE BRIDE SALE Bilfmore Sofa and Chair Nylon frir-ze. Choice of JUNE BRIDE SALE Lanark Sofa and Chair New wc-l-lock vinyl upholstery. Sunshine yellow JUNE BRIDE SALE Murray High-Back Love Seats l-Blue Flofal. 1-Rcd floral. JUNE BRIDE SA1E................... Murray High Back Sofa and Chair Heavy nylon uphcl'lcry. A suite of quolily plus a lot of comforl JUNE BRIDE SALE A Contemporary Styled Sofa and Chair Attached cushion hack. Rich gold nylon JUNE BRIDE SAtE.................... Floor Sample Sofa and Chair Contemporary style, nvlon cover. Slightly damaged. JUNE BRIDE SAfE An Ideal Suite for Family Room Horculon soul cmd iinck. Vinyl upholstrrrtf nrms. Grrrn JUNE BRIDE SAtE, Soft] nnrl Chair Sofa, High Back Chair Ladies Chair and Ottoman Combination Hornl cnrl tweed uphd-lrry. tliesl. 60 In ndljnonl. JUNE BRIDE SALE Colonial Style Sofa and Chair Quality floral cc.vcr. JUNE BRIDE SAtE Murray Sofa and Chair Flnrnl. floor sample. Sl.glilly joiled JUNE BRIDE SALE 379.00 179.50 379.00 239.00 429.00 419.00 229.00 229.00 449.00 299.00 279.00 We arc now exclusive dealers for the famous qualify line of SERTA SLEEP UNITS A complete line of mattress and box spring units specially priced for this June Bride Sale. Occasional 2 only contemporary cliairs, matched sel, Green. JUNE BRIDE SALE, pair Famous Cat-Napper Rediner Choice of colors, heavy Naugahydc cover. JUNE BRIDE SALE 2 Only Recliners Oxblooa1 vinyl, floor sompfes. JUNE BRIDE SALE 79.50 33.50 SEE THE LARGE SELECTION OF SWIVEL ROCKERS IN CRUSHED VELVETS, TWEED NYLONS. ALL JUNE BRIDE SALE PRICED We Have a Group of Table Lamps at 50% Off 'he Regular Price BEDROOM SUITES AN ATTRACTIVE 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE-Triple dresser, chesl Rich Bahama finish. JUNE BRIDE SALE, 3 Piece............. dbcd 239.00 hadow AN ATTRACTIVE WELL MADE BEDROOM SUITE-Fealuring triple dresser, wit! box mirror, chest and 54" bookccso bed. JUNE BRIDE SALE, 3 Piece ____......................... SPANISH OAK-Medillerroncan slyle triple dresser-chest. headboard CQQ Oil Floor sample, slighlly marked JUNE BRIDE SALE 033.UU AN ATTRACTIVE 3-PIECE SUITE-Comprising of triple dresser, iwin mirrors headboard. JUNE BRIDE SALE........................ A NEW plus a smart style makes this 3 on attractive buy. JUNE BRIDE SALE FOR THE COLONIAL MINDED-This suite which has triple dresser chest, panel bed and night table. Solid hardwood. JUNE BRIDE SALE SPECIAL! 3'3" Mattress and Box Spring Mis-malcried. Damaged, slightly soiled units. Your choice at the JUNE BRIDE SALE of, 2 Pieces ROOM SUITES .00 SUMe 189.00 329.00 65.00 1 Only 9-Piece French Provincial Dining Room Suits Glowing veneers, floor sample, slightly marked. A sound dollar value at Ihe JUNE BRIDE SAtE PRICE OF, 9 Piece, 7-Piece Oak Dinette Mediterranean design. JUNE BRIDE SALE, 5 Pieces................................... 7-Piece Walnut Dinette .00 399.00 A very smartly designed suile to compliment your decor. JUNE BRIDE SALE................................. OCCASIONAL TABLES 449.00 A CROUP OF QUALITY COFFEE ONE OF A KIND REDUCED............... AND END TABLES .............30% to 50% OVER 40 METAL DINETTES ON DISPLAY FEATURING 5, 7 AND 9 PCE. SUITES IN CONVENTIONAL, MODERN AND SPANISH STYLES AIL JUNE BRIDE SALE PRICED. LOUNGES BED CHESTERFIELDS Space Saver Lounges Assorted colors. JUNE BRIDE SALE Bed Chesterfields tOuality nylon frieze. 'JUNE BRIDE SALE 189.00 Sec tho luxurious queen size hide-o-bcds by Simmons. Quality covers. All June Bride Sale Priced Check our Budget Base- ment for gcod buys in chests, panel bods, cind linule dressers. All reduced for our June Bride Scile. STORE HOURS MON., TUES., WED., SAT. 9 n.m, (o 6 p.m. Tnuri, nnd Fri. 9 till 9 CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS. FREE DELIVERY FURNITURE UD. 13lh Street Nortli Phono 32B.1151 GETTING SOME AIR Door gunner on skid of o small observation helicopter flying at Ireelop level observing silualion on Route 1 north of Hue, Soulh Vielnam. The chopper is based al Phu Bai. chools, parents i need closer ties VANCOUVER (CP) New avenues o f communication need to be opened between par- ents and the public school sys- tem in British Columhia, a province-wide survey shows. The communication gap was i discovered by a commission on the public's role in education, which held hearings in 20 cen- tres hst year sponsored by the B.C. Parent-Teacher Federa- tion. It was presented here at the opening of the group's an- nunl convention. Written by commission con- sultant Dr. H. A. Wallin of tho University of B.C.. the report is strongly critical of the lack of dialogue between education- ists and the public. It says many existing tensions would be be cased by improving com munieation .'md making public involvement possible. The report said public sup- port of the education system would increase if people under- stood if belter and if education were more in tune with public desires. Dr. Wallin said there Is "con- vincing evidence1' that many people are right In believing they cannot air their views to school trustees and principals and lhat they cannot become seriously involved in the edu- cation of (heir children. No single solution was offer- ed in the report, hut it present- ed three alternatives to school trustees, principals and teach- ers, and parents and citizens' groups concerned with educa- tion. The trustees were urged to form district education councils and ward systems and to ap- point board of laymen for in- dividual schools or groups of schools. Creation of "commu- nity closely integrated with the social needs of tho neighborhood, were also rec- ommended. For their part, principals and teachers were asked to estab- lish special purpose organiza- tions in their schools to provide varying kinds of involvement for parents. The report called on parent- teacher associations and other school groups to get away from routine business and open mcmbersliip to any interested party. It said the federation should be reslrucled and re- named to provide an umbrella organization to speak at tho provincial level for all organi- zations interested in education. Dr. Wallin said some parent1; arc content with minimal com- mimicalion with teachers, others like to gel involved in fund-raising activities and some are interested only in large questions of educational policy and philosophy. retirement plan could help L EDMONTON (CP) The federal government should im- mediately cslablish a com !-1 mittec to investigate the con- cept of early retirement for workers and the effect such a move would have on creating jobs for young people, Jack Former bomb i shelters now wine cellar! TOUONTO (CP) Many privale bomb shelters built here 10 or 15 years ago have been transformed into cellars, closets or swimming pool change rooms. Some just remain unused, relics of the nuclear war panic created in the late I'JSfls I and enrly 1960s by the inter- I national crisis in Berlin and I Cuba. one of several i Metro residents with shelters interviewed Monday, said her family uses its shelter as a changing room for a backyard pool. Tilda Forbes and her hus- band, Doug, moved into a west-end house in which the previous owner had built a shelter. "We didn't even know about il when we moved said Mrs. Forlics, "We found if be- hind a false wall. Now it floods down there every spring and fall." Peter Ilamsky, who also in- lu'tilcd his shelter from the previous owner of his house, uses il as a closet and consi- ders il "a ridiculous thing." lint, Mike Tychoysky keeps food and other essentials ii> his shell cr, nnd wonders if oilier shelter owners arc being too liKlil-hrarlcd. "I wish (hem he said. "Hill I'm keeping my shelter ready." Picket! of Edmonton said here. Mr. Pickeft, president of the Edmonton council of railroad unions, said he sent a telegram to Prime Minister Trudeau suggesting the study. In the telegram. Mr. Pickelt said he will attend meetings o[ railway workers Saturday in Toronto, Sunday in Montreal and Monday in Ottawa. The meetings will discuss railway prnsions. "I would like to be able to loll them the federal govern- ment Is moving in tills direc- tion." Mr. Picketl said the prime minister, in Winnipeg las' Fri- day, said the Literal govern- ment had created more jobs during the period than had been provided in Bel- gium. Britain, France, West Germany and Ilaly. "Yd we still have an unem- ployment problem." he said. Rowers plan another trip across Allan lie ST JOHN'S Nflcl. (CP) Two Englishmen who rowed across the Atlantic last year to begin another ocean crossing in about a week aboard a 20-foot plywood dory. Geoffrey Alhim, 2.1 and his cousin. Donald. br.lh if lounslow, hope to reach Land's End 70 days after leaving here. They arrived here by air dur- ng Lhc weekend find (heir homemade Queen belli :t. is scheduled lo reach St. John's Thursday aboard a cargo slvp. The two rotvrrt from Las mas in Ihc Canary Islands lo Barbados in 73 days last year. Dounld said in an interview. r-NpiM'l to pick Iho oast- ward filming (iiilf Slream a few hundred miles oft Newfound- land. ;