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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 3g THF UTIinRIDPf F HFRAin TluM'iloy Ntivrml Dririna Aiilohiilui is ijiiilf (in ,9s like Elussiaii Roulette 1 I1A.VKKU11. Cri-mair. (Al'i Driving mi 'I'ht! liiihn is iilnmst like pkiying tins- i Sinn Roulette with ill! Ihe ehain- i hers loaded. But the We-1 (immiii'i arc p r cpii r Kveiy [iw inili'i ilonf! the trair-lane FiiprrliiRli- there arc aid sialiiais. On weekends, business fur the emergency surgeons is i-spc- ciallv (.'.nod. They have portable operating rooms that be driven or carried hy helicopter In the scene of a particularly bad wreck within minutes and the goes to work on the side of the road. patrolmen of the automobile club roar along the road on ibeir yellow motorc> cles ready lo offer assistance and polk-c in white ur.ifon.Ms driving white Por-ches look out lor I IIP particularly flagrant vio- lators. Hut there is no speed limit and if you have an Opel thai Oucln-c I OTI'AWA (I'Pi A 1 jurv found that two youn.i; bee girls took their own hero last May. The decomposed bodies i. dree Auger, 21, of Jolicm Giscle Beaiilieu, 20, of Si briel do Brandon, were foil their S250-a-month ;iparl Mav G. One body was found in partially chid, Ihe oilier rlothed and wrapped in a spread in a closet. WYM lives ml in men! UKATMF.R ItATJM TOKYO lAPi Japanese weathermen, under public criti- cism for increasing slipups in their forecasts, have been put on a rating system to check their accuracy, the Mcterologi- eal Agency said can do only '.ll miles an hour, you'd better watch for the blink- ing lights of the Mercedes lhat hog Ihe. road at speeds of !I5 or more. Automobile aceidenls in 11170 j in West CernuHiy caused more than Itl.Oiid deaths and hiilf- niillioll iniiine--. The be- [ore, more than motorists wore killed and injuries 1 amounted to more than j Tlie latest count hy the trans- port ministry showed milbun automobiles re'ii.-lercd, one for 1 every four We'l (icrinans. .loin- ing the !7 million ears on the roads arc 1.1 ir.'lliori trucks i SUMMK11 .IA.MS HAD This leads at limes to mam-! 1 moth traffic jams, especially during the summer vacation months, when thousands of Scandinavians. Belgians a n d Dutchmen head lor the sunny shores of southern Europe. The. Antobahns are the major north- south routes. One mid-morning, starting i from Frankfurt on the Autobahn i leading south toward Munich, I traffic rolled heavy, fast hut smoothly for the first hour h'or those iiicd to the North Ameri- can average highway speed limit of IW in.p.h., it un- nerving lo be honked at and lo have drivers .-hak" their heads, their eyes angrily and lips moving in spalls The fool moved a hit further down on the accelerator and the speedometer climbed to passing a long line of Belgian cars towing house trailers and The blinking headlights urged i greater M, 90, 1 and I stopped looking at the lit- He pointer at Ihe dashboard. Sweaty palms became sweatier every time we passed a first aid station. The while coaled doctors and ambulance men standing on Ihe side of the road, arms (olded behind their backs and looking pensively at the speeding mad- ness, did not exactly inspire confidence. Finally 1 was able In pull Into a space in the right lane, hut it nr rely offered a chance to cut Ihe speed lo 70 rn.p.h. It was cither Ihnl or getting off the road altogether. Wi CANADA'S BEST BACHELORS When Susan Cnrson went bachelor.hunting lor We'4-cncl Magazine, she came up with a highly vn, ird lisl ol men who prefer lo stay single. Wlo arr- Ihcy? And when Ihoy think of marriage? Find oul this Salurday by reading Why Nol Be A Bachelor? IN YOUR LETIIBRIDGE HERAtD WEEKEND MAGAZINE ROCKING ThF CRADLE F inn Mm T udcau rocks a bob s cradle with bis (col >n CX-... i cun.q course of some old Duddm-s v nh Regional Ex pansier Joan Ma-chnnd and Cultural Affairs Minister Francois Cloutier of r-i.nhy't lr.ad.--r find Mr-. Trv.Jeou are expecting a child in December. P1 Oueb BV lit'i.ti A. Mn.ur. L.ti h in- (H i r i erpocl ii i tlir cabii Fir i camn i 1 i i couldi i he s n i i r i ir other t i s i i tin. rarov.-s'iv. ;n ;irljoininp alrove. The nuirriiM dawned unex- ro panic aniiiiiu thr citnips plans in ca-e the sun conies out. Tho indoor pool, as an aircraft hangar, dcsOi'iKl in favor of >occcr field. Dads their schoolyard t r i u m p h s out- thfir sons at the l-'ir.-l Aid ton! lining up the scarlc' sunhurn cases had fulhr.w-d the bro- f'..wn at Ihe laundry nr IM their a- the snakod I'lIfKiMAM IS VAHHID A 'AhiU-d away li'r hours v.-ilh ,i all its Hancr- lo.sons in I be ball- films in Ihe ihn-e licenced bar-. in "Simon nn mi t'-rr.'M-c Sand f as'le Ihe :mM Mikr Annti" Uhdin nilN'tfe-atir' Solonidn 'ryini: to pick a in IVT tindc: Ihr- f-ye (if o'.eiv.' r Muiir-. ;irc enemy. We have no trnubjo at nil wilh tho 1 aiul bumlreds of kids till the mums start, push- ing their own forward." i The afternoon passed with a Treasure Hunt, a chubby chap weigh-in prizes for guests over 12 stone U68 a j chance to take on world j snooker champ John S'pencer, a a swim olym- a cowboy film. i CIIKAP HOLIDAY As at all But tin's and Ton- tin's no cvlra charges for Mie night- clubs, the sports events, the t nichlly cavalcade cf enter- tainei'S. For SI4-1 a week for a family of five, or a little less than S4 a day apiece, every- thing was included with the roi.un and bath and three meals a day, except liquor in the and binyo bets. Free j diaper s e r v i c c. Supervised i playgrounds. run by a trained governess. All this and the infectious cheer of the Blue Coats, v.lio regarded their pay cheque as the run on the, show biz ladder. "Admittedly. c r c nob 1 everyone's cup of said Robert Ulyatt. a former Brit- ish Army sergeant-Major who as manager at Pontin's South- port camp supervises t.hc holi- day fun of campers a year. "Rut ii" from one i of the northern industrial towns or the Midlands, and liavr tyvrr sem the sea, i thr- tniie of vnur liere, wilh Ihe v.iiolo fnm- ily. and worry no! a jot about the sneers of the so-called so- 1 phisiira'-'d folk I'HO.JKCTS MAKFS PROFIT. i Last, year P. u t 1 i n 's nine. ramps ami three hotels in j Kiuland and hvland grossed more ihan -MO millinn, and the firm is plnnnini: a mnvw Hival font in, 1 211 camps in Britain, al- ready lias invaded the Medi- 1 t f r r a n e a n with holiday centres in Spain, Sardinia and Majorca. Hutlin's Red Coats and Pon- tin's Blue Coats, who see the camps as a lint ish Rorscht Df It where Ringo Starr, Oos O'Connor and Jimmy Tarbuck got their start, help fulfil the, brochure's bttast of 12 hours 1 Ihom lo think'." I'M rn r n I d John ilaiTiey of Marirhr-lrr. "Th'1 of Hie makes the work said Sue Horrncks, ramp lo return to Pontin's. j "In America, I hey sit har-k and dffy you to Ihi-ni lier poinl was !o-1. or made, in Ihe mad surge louard Ihe sporls field in respons'- to [Jadio Ponlin's public address appeal foi- the "Misler Man -nf Ihe Con ('nine on, all uni Tar vcvc hundreds nf vini' oft lo a ululf Ihe Nndfh unit hy and Ihr little' old ill thr- b.'illfnom ei cd Dieir eards uith lingo chips Campers, nothing mnM I to en inner. origina price Here it is! One huge November clearance of fall fashions from our regular stock. The styles the selections and the low clearance prices are absolutely great! So oarly for best selections. Use your Sweet Sixteen charge NTER COATS Fortrels, jerseys cotton knits and acrylics in on assortment of wanted styles and fabrics. An assortment of styles in fweeds, meltons and rich wools, wit lamb, curly lamb and man made fur trims on collars cuffs front closings and hems, mostly midi styles in variety of sizes ond colors to choose from. Cotton knits, polyeslrr blends, cotton forlrrlr, and orncl jerseys in peasant tunic ,ind shirt styles. Both prinls and plains to chooso Great looking jacket nnd sweater slyles in knits, corduroys, and acrylics. Hinry fnr thnse! Mcin pant and pull-on styles in pmcord, hi-low and ribless corduroy and easy cart? fortrot and denim. fipPV sprifo Hyc-. and -.nlid-, in nrlnn clC'yh r.V nirrl- lurllo-. Slid WnllnrR Bf-iy urlorl. A vniifly "I -lylf. f [nch firf; a Ir.-rrific buyl UP TO ORIGINAL PRICES 326 7th STREET S. OPEN FRIDAY Till P M. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL ;