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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 13, LETHBRIDGE HERALD irty Dozen' decimated 'Filthy Four' in U.S. Dozen" has been deci- reduced to the 3 en- cr.tahsts are pointing to the 1974 United States elec- tions as the best on record for this aspect of their cause. Whereas conservation- related issues across the U.S. A R E E R S YARD FOREMAN 3 are a new Lethbridge building ,jpiy firm looking for a capable yard 'eman to manage men, equipment d merchandise. This position offers II time employment, company ;nefits, and a salary of approximately per year. iur reply stating qualifications to Box 5 Herald will be held in strict con- HELP WANTED! .RDWARE SUPERVISORS of assuming full responsibility in one our Hardware Departments :rrn hardware background as asset though experienced appjicants will be considered throughout Southern Alberta WE OFFER: excellent starting salary for qualified "sonnel full range of staff benefits excellent opportunity for advancement. .ovide a complete resume and reply to: Box 148 Lethbridge Herald met a chequered fate in last week's balloting, eight of the 12 congressmen whose voting record most upset en- vironmentalists, will not be back on Capitol Hill in January Seven of the eight are Kepublicans. Environmental Action, a Washington-based group which compiles the "Dirty Dozen" list, credits a new thrust in tactics as well as the general anti-Republican tide with "the best results since we began the list in 1970." In the past, environmen- talists worked against those they regarded as their foes in Congress by compiling a congressman's voting record on conservation and en- vironmental issues and mak- ing the results known back in the congressman's constituen- cy. This time, they went a step further and various groups worked together to relate an individual congressman's voting record to local issues in an attempt to show how a par-_ ticular politician's philosophy was directly affecting the voters back home. One case in point was Sam Steiger. arch-foe of con- servationists because of his stand in favor of land use and strip-mining in Arizona. Steiger is back in and on the "Filthy Four" but environmen- talists feel they hurt the Republican by placing stress on his attempts to have the Grand Canyon dammed. They had more luck in help- ing oust Earl Landgrebe (Rep. Ind.) whose voting record is listed on the compilation as "abysmal." eEnvironmen- talists make much of the fact that when the final vote was taken in Congress on the Clean Air Act, the tally was 387 to Landgrebe casting the negative vote. So far as spending issues were concerned, there was evidence of wallet-clutching on the part of the electorate. LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING CAREER? CONSIDER A CAREER WITH TREASURY BRANCHES OF ALBERTA you: training programme combining :oom instruction with on-the-job training leading igh Branch Administration to Management. limited only by your ability and desire to competitive salary and benefits programme. Our commencement salary is per month. ._ Qualifications: School graduates, preferably with some work ex- however, this is not essential. 'est m people and a desire to be involved in a organization whose business has doubled in two years. are interested m such an opportunity and feel that have the necessary qualifications, contact the of your nearest Treasury Branch or write to: Mr. Terry Semeniuk, Personnel Officer Office of the Superintendent Treasury Branches of Alberta P.O. tiox 1440 Edmonton, Alberta. T5J 2N6_______ Yorkers approved a 0-rrullion bond issue to aid financially stricken railways. This was regarded as a favorable development in the face of mounting auto pollution However. New Jersey re- jected a similar proposition. Ohio went for revenue-bond financing of solid-waste dis- posal facilities: Rhode Islanders rejected it. Environmentalists general- ly kept a close eye on the Governors' races in Colorado, Alaska and California. In Colorado. Richard Lamm, a Democrat and one of the leaders in the successful fight to have Denver tive up the 1976 Winter Olympics, won over incumbent John Vanderhoof, a Republican. And the election of Edmund Brown, a Democrat, to replace the retiring Ronald Reagan, a conservative Republican, was regarded as a hopeful sign for conser- vation. rc ROS. Ixt AL ESTATE CAREER? THE REWARDS INCOME 4 TRAINING ILOPMENT 6 FIRST STEP FRIENDS 'N NEIGHBOURS FELDS 0 Jj 70 Stores Serving B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan 316-6th SKT. South While Quantities Last CHARGEX MASTERCHARGE Sale: Thursday, Friday, Saturday November 14, 15, 16 LADIES' WEAR MEN'S WEAR CHILDREN'S WEAR BIKINI PAN Assorted prints S M L Reg. 790 TEENS'BRAS Lightweight lace trim and others Reg. 2.49................ LADIES'BODY SUITS TOPS Long sleeve, assorted styles and colors Reg. to 3.98 200 3 LADIES'TOPS Assorted styles, colors m sleeveless, short or long sleeve Reg. to 3.98 2 oo UWES1 SHIRTS Long and short sleeve tops and shirts in asst'd fabrics styles Reg. to 5.98 DRESS SHEER KNEE HIGHS PANTY HOSE One size Fall shades Reg. 59e LADIES'PANTS Pull on style 100% polyester Some fitted. Assorted colors Sizes 10 to 18 Reg. to 8.99 5 LADIES' GLOVES, MITTS TOQUES 100% acrylic knits Exellent JtAA selection VP KVV Any QUEEN SIZE PANTY HOSE Smart fall shades in XL XXL Reg.99c LADIES'LONG SLEEVE SWEATERS 100% acrylic, fully washable. Smart fall colors S.M L SPECIAL 3 00 HOUSEHOLD NEEDS MEN'S DRESS SOCKS 'Velvettzed' stretch nylon m plains and patterns Reg. MEN'S'STANFIELD'S'T-SHIRTS Cotton, crew neck, short sleeves White only S M L XL Reg. 2.50...................... MEN'S FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Perma Press, cotton S M L XL Reg. 6.98...................... MEN'S FLANNEL SPORT SHIRTS Cotton and nylon blend, long sleeves Pocket tails Assorted plaids m S M L XL An Excellent Christmas Gift Reg. 5.98......................... MEN'S SK! TOQUES Canadian styles and made in 100% acrylic Reg. 2.98......................... MEN'S'McCREGOR1 DRESS SOCKS Top quality Medium length over the calf Wool and nylon blend. Sizes 10 to 13 Reg. MEN'S TOUGHIE TERRY SOCKS Assorted plains in cotton and nylon blend. Pair MEN'S WORK SOCKS Wool and nylon Canadian Approx 3lb weight Pair MEN'S ACRYLIC PULLOVERS Bulky knit long sleeve sweaters V or crew neck in navy. grey, beige, gold, green, etc S M.L XL, Reg. 9.98 MEN'S 'STAHFIELD' BRIEFS polyester and cotton, double seat. White S M L XL Reg. 2.00 PENMAN'S WOOL NYLON UNDERWEAR First quality. 95% wool. 5% nylon Shirts, short sleeve, round neck Mfg. List 7.95.................... Drawers: Elastic waist. _ _ _ Mfg. Lit! 8.95 5.UO KIDDIES'LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRTS 100% nylon, machine washable 2to6x Outstanding values in cute stripes Reg. 1.50................... 500 400 200 I oo I oo KIDDIES'PANT SETS Long sleeve top plain pant style for boys and girls 100% nylon Sizes 2 to 3x. 4 Reg. 2.98 to 6x 1 2 OO 00 GIRLS'SWEATERS 100% orlon or acrylics Plains and fancies in asstt styles Sizes 3 to 14 Reg. to 4.98 KIDDIES' GIRLS' PULL ON PANTS 100% nylon in fall shades for all ages 2 to 3x 3 to 6x and 7 to 14 Reg. to 3.98 KIDDIES'PANTS Large selection of styles for boys and girls Machine washable Sizes 2 to 6x Reg. to 4.99 GIRLS'TOP PANT SET SPECIAL PURCHASE' Latest style m 100% nylon Sizes 7 to 14 Reg. 3.98 set 7 to 14 GIRLS'SWEATERS 100% acrylic pullovers and ca'digans Embroidery or plain Reg- to 5.98 400 2i3 HOSE Fall shades tough wearing Sizes 60 to 100 Ibs Reg. 21H 400 GIRLS'BIKINI BRIEFS Plains prints in one size and sized Large selection Sizes 8 to 14 Reg. to 89e 00 THERMAL BLANKETS Rayon and nylon blend Assorted colors. Approximately 72 x 90. Reg. 8.49........................ BATHMATTS Machine washable, colorful, assorted textures designs Approx 21 x 36 Slight subs Reg. 4.98........................ TEA TOWELS 100% cotton in generous 16 x 28 size Reg. 49c 2 PIECE TANK SET Heavy quality nylon Machine wash, excellent color selection. Slight subs. Reg. 3.98....................... BATHROOM ACCESSORIES Your choice of toilet hd cover or contour mat in assorted colors Slight subs Reg. to 1.98, each............... g BOYS' WEAR 4 to 6x BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS 75% cotton. 25% polyester Plam patterns Reg. 2.98 31 I 00 BOYS' G.W.G. DENIM JEANS I4oz hard wearing denim. Boot or flare Sizes 7 to 12 Reg. 9.95 and 10.95 14 to 18 Beg. 10.95 and 11.95 BOYS'PYJAMAS 100% cotton flannelette in assorted fancy patterns. Sizes 8 to 14. Reg. 3.98.................... BOYS'SHIRTS Polyester and nylon blend warp knit, some 100% cotton included Sizes 8-16. goo 9.00 GIRLS'SLEEPWEAR Printed flarinelette in pyjamas or long gowns Sizes 2 to 6x. 7 to 14 Reg. to 2.98 2 AA UU 00 06 oo Reg. 3.98 BOYS'BRIEFS Polyester and cotton double seat White and colors in S M L XL 2 to a pack Reg. 1.99 pack INFANTS'CRAWLERS 100% cotton, snap legs, straps To 24 months. Reg. 2.98............. 00 7 to 14 GIRLS'PANTS Assorted fabrics in plains and plaids Latest styles in fall colors Reg. to 6.98 INFANTS', KIDDIES' HEADWEAR 100% acrylics, plains and fancies Infants 7 to 14 Any FIELDS JACKET SALE KIDDIES' ft GIRLS' SKI JACKETS Nylon, water repellent, warm cosy lining, hidden hoods. Boys girls styles. 3-6x. Rig. to 8.98 7 to 14 Rog. to 11.98 700 9 00 LADIES' BOMBER JACKET Factory Clearance of Advertised Branded Line. Leather look with Sheroa pile lining. suroe. plush acrylic pile, wool plaids Choice o1 latest colors and styles Sizes 7-15, 10-16 Originally 29.98 to 39.98 ,.1 wi Mil IPiwiinlh'Hirn SKI JACKETS 100% nylon outer lining Polypropylene or polyester fiberlill insulation Belled, zippered pockets Dome fastener with inside zipper, elasticized cuffs. Regular and tow coat lengths Misses' and women's sizes Reg 16 98 to 19 98 and some higher Lowwl Price in Town 12 88 ;