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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THI IFTHSHID5! HERAID Friday, November 17, 1972 Zeller's I SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE TONIGHT 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. LADIES' QUILTED DUSTERS -Short longlh green, pink, mauve, blue -Reg. 4.84 LADIES' PLAID SMOCK TOPS Button Front Assorted colors ond Prinls Sizes 32-36 Reg. 5.96 SPECIAL cotton, 50% polyester. Blue, Gold, Mauve Sizes S-M-L Reg. 4.94 SPECIAL LADIES' BRUSHED GOWNS LADIES' PILE MULE SUPPERS -Elastic and Embroidered waist Coral, Mauve Blue -Sizes S-M-t -Reg. 6.44 SPECIAt BOYS' SKI JACKETS -Zipper Fronl -Waler and Wind Resialan! -Nylon Shell Blue, Grape -Sim 4-6x -Reg. 5.94. SPECIAL WONDER DISPOSABLE FLASHLIGHT size -Blue, White, Yellow EACH.............. TOYLAND SPECIAL Child's Table and Chair Set construction and 2 chairs size -Reg. 15.66 TOYLAND SPECIAL WALL WALKERS down walls .windows Duck walker -Reg. 1.16 SPECIAL SPECIAL! PHENTEX YARN -2 Bolls per pkg, -Assorted colors 3 plyr 6.4 oz......... PKG LINDA FISHNET CURTAIN MATERIAL KITTIE TISSUE 45" wide Washable No Sewing necessary Several colors Reg. 1.26 yd. SPECIAL, YD. 10 Ib. bag Absorbent liner Sanitary IMPERIAL OSTERIZER BLENDER SPACEMAKER SHELVING UNIT 6 shelves Grten and Woodgrain Reg. 10.86 SPECIAL Limited quantity Reg. 29. SPECIAL SKILLET RESTAURANT TV TURKEY RAMA our famous Turkey Dinner for or any other food purchase for or over and you will be eligible lo WIN A 10" PORTABLE TV Draw lo be made Dec. 23rd, 1972. Zeller's County Fair Located In ZeMnr'i Rait firm lo haul garbage TORONTO ICP) Metro- politan Trronlo lias agreed lo CP Rail haul its garbage somewhere else, but won't say where it expects it to be flumped. "TJiei1- is no sense stirring up a lol of towns and cities." Metro Chairman Campbell told council. When a final agreement is signed with CP Rail, the com- pany would be expected lo re- veal the dump sites, he said. Works Commissioner Ross Clark was authorized Tuesday to negoliale the first stage of Ihe agreement CP Rail, in a plan lo dump Ions of garbage annually al acres of unnamed dumps. The plan calls for Uie rail line to haul the garbage at SC.40 a ton or more lhan S2.5 million a year. Mr. Clark said rail hauling Is only one molhod of riis posing of garbage from large urban centres. He said the federal govern- mejit is studying removal of garbage from cities by pipe- line. Inr'i Shoppinn on Mayor Miigrmh Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. In 6 p m. Thurtiltiy and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tllepriona 338-8171 Wins car speeding battle VANCOUVER fCP) A law students victory in a fight against a speeding ticket has called into question the legality of British Columbia's demerit point system for motorist eom- milling driving offences. Provincial court judge Doug- las Hume ruled here in dismiss- ing the ease against Nathan Ganapathi, 23, that the system is unconstitutional, vague and discriminatory. It also usurps Ihe function of tlie courts, he said. Mr. Ganapathi, a student at the University of B.C.'s law school, was charged July 27 last year with'driving at 30 miles an hour in a 20-mile-an-hour zone. Under B.C. law, drivers com- mitting a variety of offences under Uie Motor Vehicle Act are assessed a certain number of demerit points instead of fines. When the total reaehw ID points the licence may be suspended. It also costs to contest any demerit assessment in the courts, and a driver must pay before he can have hia suspended licence returned. Judge Hume, agreeing with arguments prepared by Mr. Ganapalhi, said the system takes over the function of the courts of law and turns them into semi-judicial bodies. TDK FAIR OF A SOVIET POET Yuri Tiimjfeyrivicll Gnlansliov, a Sovirf poet im- prisoned since HUB for antl- Kovernmcnl iiclivilics, died earlier Ihis munlh of yet lo for. explained reasons. Galan- sliov suffered from a sloin- aclic ulcer though prison au- thorities denied he was sick and forbnde medical Ireal- jucnl. His Nov. 4 death fol- lowed nil operation lor a per- forated ulcer by :i dcctcr who had no training as a surgeon. More illness TOKYO (Heater) An olli- !cinl survey here has shown that an average 11.3 out of every j Japanese are mrnlally or physically than double the figure nine years ago. It's Sno-Bird Sparkling White Wine xrv from tPIQUE Family choice Olympique gives you choice Choice of models up to the big new 440. Choice of single or twin cylinder. Choice of electric or manual start. Choice of slide suspension or bogie... And the best value for your money for your family. Choose the 'quiet' Olympique at your Ski-Doo dealer today. SKI DOO the machine that changed winter ...has changed l CHomblirfliftr BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE, Alberta ANDERSON SUPPLY LTD. Box 158 WARNER Alberta ;