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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 UtHBIilDGE HERALD Solurddy, November 13, 1971 A young city couple drowned when they fell through the ice on Chester- mere Lake, a few miles east of Calgary. The body of Ken Innis, 2'2. was pulled from the water Friday and his wife. Wendy, 21, was found Thursday iglit. Ice on the lake averages four inches in thickness but along breakers and near underwater springs it is thinner. RCMP said." Ottawa. i OTHER C'OfNTRIES HIT j As far as the recent protec- tionist measures adopted by the 1 United Slates are concerned, Mr. Trudeau said Canadians! should admit they also hit many other countries and should "not! j contemplate our own navel." j Canadians have said nothing, recognizing that the i 1 American economy is going I tlM-iniah a difficult period. Those j v.ho criticize unemployment in Canada should properly see the difficulties the Americans nave." i lie said that concrete results may be expected from next week's federal-provincial con- ference of premiers in Ottawa. "I believe that we are going to work in a much more con- crete way Io see how our pro- grains, of which a great many cannot operate well unless they have the full co-operation of provinces and municipalities, j will be received and how the provinces arc going to follow up by spending the money we arc i making available to Canadi-: ans." The new car was to he sup-1 manufacturers. HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING TUESDAY, NOV. 16th p.m. ALL SHAREHOLDERS AND MEMBERS WELCOME Even unpacked, it's loaded. or to the rndiaior's aono. i'O. lln iis place ir oihirv'i. Tho engine i-, air-cooled.] cr, a bopur., thfi V'vV Squarfibock Sedan sticb .'toadia.'.tly to Gasoline i: j.poringly. Oil i: ii'od irnaoliy. Tirns go on Ail oft in... added ioatDrcv.con'l add a single .inn to 'no olrnarjy prico of thfi car. Io a whole iot itiii thr.- avr.-rarjc soclnn.l ir, i. So allhouoh i> n.ay l.'nirlcrl, (net .M.'iiit. h place of ihe carburetor ir. a doesn't mean thai Io afford one, you have ihat meastiros tho precise flow to be. The Squareback Sedan. I tie ci tnuc'n sedan. Bui f.-ven it's in il lor you. unpacked, the. vagon Squareback an oi landard rjro bucKels. front brakes are .Mr ir, 4-vvhoci indcpcndon! New Sights... New from Mr. Leonard new at Eaton's arrived ol Enlon's a gorgeous young group of evening looks from Mr. l.onord. Romonlic now fashion! iwoopy onklo-longlh skirls, super soft vdvrMocr, pants, blouse, in prints, vivid plains. All gala night sights to ihow off in now, and through the coming holiday seoson. Sco them cill-at Eaton's. !A) A Gil.son Girl mood created by Iri-colour striped skirt in rusly taffelo. QQ DMp ruffled liemlini., tie wnisl. stripes on black. 8 Io 16. Topped by shiny rnyon salin shirt in croam or purplo. 8 to 16............. ZO.OO IB) Deep midnight block velvoleen pant, with (lor. leg, fly f'ont, finished off alI the wtiisl gold colour buckle. Clingy chiffon blouse complete-, tho look in 1 "7 QQ pnnls of pink, oqua or gold on dork background. 8 Io 1 6......... Fashions, Main Floor BUY LINE 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Monday 9 to EATON'S ;