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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IlKTOGEKS AHH1VK KEY WEST, Kin. (Renter) Thirty persons who escaped from Cuba in a Ga-fool fishing boal arrived here Monday night. Tlic U.S. Coasl Guard said it was lliu largest group of Cubans to escape by boat to the U.S. in several years. Shoots Himself ATHENS (AP) Czechoslo- vakia's ambassador to Greece. I'avol Mnjling, 511, sliot himself in the mouth Monday but he is expected to recover, sources at his embassy reported Tuesday. The sources refused to give any more details. NAHS POT CULl'HIT? MIAMI (Hauler) A game warden who was lookina for poaeliei'.s found two men carrying 2M pounds of mari- juana in bags on a remote air- strip, police said Tuesday. The marijuana, valued at on the illicit market, apparently was airdropped by MET EARNINGS liy Till1: CANADIAN I'HHSS Koytil Trust nine mouths ended Scpl. 30: 1970, "e'Us a share; I9KI, 91 cents. 'i.-.-.Millmi Uloudcl I.til., nine inonlhs ended Sepl. .10: 1970, (IK cents a share: 1959, 51.02. LOOK MU OVER J1ANCIIESTEII, Englan IManclicslcr firm wa short of auto mechanic. and decided lo offer [roc bee jto applicants. "Conic and bav a pint while you look us over, the advertisement read. Til personnel manager said worked. (A) Women's Jackie" Snowboots real" those wintertime blues with the lather-look, 10" waterproof vinyl toots. Perforated trim front; low heel, 'eece lining, Canadian made. Brown. c Women's Snowboots Waterproof top, nylon lined with natural crepe sole, bone coloured trim. Nylon drawstring at top fo keep out the snow. Navy. Sizes: 5 to 10. Reg. Woolco Price 14.97 PAIR (B) Women's Snowboots o complement your midi outfit, a high epping walerproof boot with full mgih side zipper, high heel. Antique ii'own. Warm lining. Sizes: 5 to 10. !'S mm LINED Women's Suede Snowboots Here's a smart, warm little boot slyled just for the working girl or for casual wear with those ski slacks. 2 eye tie, crepe sole, wedge heel and fleece lining. Sizes: 5 to 10. Reg Woolco Price 797 PAIR C O o o o Men's Snowmobile Boots These boots feature nylon uppers and waterproof rubber bottoms; Felt lining keeps feet snug and worm. Zipper with lop lace lo keep ouf snow. Navy. Sizes: 6 to 13. Reg. Woolco Price 12.97 Men's Leather Snow Boots High cut dress snowbool. Extra heavy pile lining. Lightweight deer grained Brown leather. Ideal boot for dad on those snowy winter mornings. Sizes: 7 to 12. Reg. Woolco Price 12.97 O c Men's Warm After-Ski Boots O Wcilnc-.tlny, Novomljor 4, THE LEIHBRIDGE HCRAID XI V. 1 I; i v y s IJ-tl I s MEN'S KORATRON DRESS SLACKS Reg. Woolco Price 13.88 4' f. Ideal for afler-ski or just as a casual boot. 3 eye tie sly ling. Brown grained leather uppers and foam crepe soles. Warm fleece lined ihroughoul. Cana- dian made! Sizes: 6 to 11. Reg. Woolco Price 9.97 PAIR 11.96 PAIR 11.96 Pair Open Monday and Tuesday 9 n.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; eind Friday 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. (o 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Koratron finish saves cleaning bills, machine wash- able never need ironing I Fine qualily fabrics in plains, wide tracks, multi stripes and window pane checks Tailored by a leading Cana- dian maker Your Choice of Styling: Young Men's Straights or Flares with scoop front pockels in sizes 29 jo 36. Men's Executive Fit, belt loop model, lop pockels, plain or cuffed bottoms. Sizes; 30-44. Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. fo 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ;