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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGZ HERALD Tuesday, November 51, 1972 DISTINGUISHED VISITOR Japanese consul general Shujl Slngihara ,accompanicd by his wife, were special bls at a social evening recently in Ihe Tabor Community Cenire. The entertainment wos sponsored by Vauxhall and Pak-Wel Produce t.ur pctalo growers. Lcfl lo right: Mrs. Shigihara, Stun Mr. Shigihara, Y, Okuma, Yos Yamashila and Yai Kaga, all growers and members of the Japanesu labor commitlee. "LADY LOVE" Fits All ANTY HOSE Assarted popular colours. Sugg. List 99c Antiphlogistift RUB A-535 POPPYCOCK MARKER PENS I.D.A. I 2-fir BATHROOIV1 TISSUE Toothbrushes MENNEN SPEED STICK DEODORANT MENNEN SKIN BRACER AFTER SHAVE NEWbyVicks IMYQUIL IFLUSH-A-BYES Johnson's A BABY SHAMPOO NEWBORN Sugg- I'M 1.49 MEDIUM Sugg, list 1.79 TODDLERS ugg. List 1.89 1.29 1.43 1.49 B Of PLA5TJC BOTTLE S4 .07 Druggists in lethbridge and Southern Alberta NEW! COVER GIRL MASCARA LI CO MOD ESS ADORN HAIR SPRAY LETHBRIDGE Thriftway Drugs SUPER FEMININE NAPKINS 40's C .4 QQ 'Old Spice' AFTERSHAVE G 02. McCaffrey's Drug Store GILLETTE Super Stainless Steel Blade NUPERCAINAL BIAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy Phone 562-2192 CARDSTON Temole City Drugs 271 Main Phone 653-3842 CLARESHOtM Claresholm Pharmacy 4921 Ul Phono 235-303xT OINTMENT J oz. fube. Sugg, tist 1.29 SUPPOSITORIES Sunn. Lisl 1.59 MITCHUM i-F BENYLIN Cough Syrup 8 0? Sue H.1I ALBERTO VO5 HAIR SPRAY S4.99 Anli-Perspir.tnt Spray a 07 COALDAtE Conldale Pharmacy Fabulous Fifty CHRISTMAS CARDS CLAIROL LONG SILKY Conditioning Lotion S GENERAL ELECTRIC FLASHCUBES CARD OF 3 CUBES ft 4 A A V Su89. Lilt 1.77 3 l.tH MAGICUBES CARD OF 3 CUBES C1 QQ Sung, lilt 4> I -OS _ __ ORT MACLEOD Price's Rexcill Drug ICTURE BUTTE Price's Pharmacy Hankscraft De Luxe VAPORIZER ct HUMIDIFIER 339 H ghwnv Avc. N. Phone 732-4431 ABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 20 MINI-LIGHTS GENERAL ELECTRIC ULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phon> 405-201} Vulcan Pharmacy WE RESERVE THE RIGHTTO'LIMIT QUANTITIES Warner meeting Wednesday zRo" Gibb to study Worth report WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Women of UniTarm is spon- soring a public meeting nith a speaker and films from the re- gional office, department of ed- i-cation, along G. Potvin, superintendent of schools, coun- ty of Wurner. Everyone i.s inviled to come and learn. Tt la Important, uid will be well worth your time, said. "Notify all the members of your organization to attend Mith you." It will b3 held in the Warner Memorial Library, Wednesday, I Nov. 22, nl 2 p.m. Shower honors Miss Werk WARNER (UN'S) A mis- eellaneous s h o w e r, honoring Mijs Vicki Werk. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Werk, was held recently in tile Warner Memorial Library. Among friends and relatives present the groan's grand- mother, Mrs, M. O'Donnell of i T.iber. Mrs. Lynette Enlzminger was al the guest book and also re- i cort'ed gifts. Mrs. Enid Halvorson of Lelh- i bridge opened the evening (rith a Miss Maureen Dickson played Uvo piano solos; Laurel Graham rendered a vocal solo with her mother, Mrs. Gloria Graham, at the piano; and Mrs. Jean Hirsche gave a reading, orous to the bride." Tt_ was followed by a piano solo by Mrs. Hope Olson. Assisting the bride-to-be opening her gifts was her sis-, ter. Miss Enid Werk, and Wendy Elliott. An umbrella of balloons was showered upon Miss Vicki. FIELD PEAS FATIMED Field peas were grown by farmers in Saskatchewan in IP71. WINS SERVICE PIN George Bolo of Fort Mocleod, left, receives a 25-year servics pin from Rulon Hirsche of the Forl Macleod branch of the Royal Canadian fegion. Vimy veteran Bert Patterson looks on. --Jean Swiharl Photo probe intersection death CRANBROOK (Special I j An inquest has bisn called for Nov. 28 into the death of Gor- dan Fiedler, IB. sen of Mr. End I Mrs. 0. K. Fielfier o f Craji- brook He died a few hours after an intersection collision at Fifth Avc. and South inth SI between the vehicle in which he was the jonly occupant, and one driven j by Brent Karston, 19, ci Kim- jberly. j His vehicle was demolished. Karston and his two passen- gers were only slightly injured. Gordon was a 1972 Mount i Baker School graduate. 'Prt.s.s hospital credited for its care IJLAlRMOnE fCN'P Bureau) The Pa.ss nenera) Hospital has hecn granted ac- creditalion nn tjic basis of an i purlitT survey cc-iidnclcc] by Dr. .1. MuiTiiv of London, Ont. Accreditation hy Hie Cana- i flian Council nn Hospital Ac- j riemrrnds a hiph standard oT medical, nursinp, dictan1. Inhoralorj' and assoc-i- ated care. Aims of Ihe Canadian Hospi- tal Ac'crerJilalion program is lo ensure efficient care of Ihe pa- Lienl, promote a liigh quality of medical hcspiUl care in all its aspucUs. and maintain e.ssonlifil and lliera- pcnliL' .services in Hie liospUal Ihrouith Ihp co-ordinated eflorl of the medical staff and IhR fjoverninp hoard. School spending increase seen for Fertile board In present- cslimnte of buclgptaiy lo inislrcs of tho sclionl dislrirl. F.. T. hei-p, hnard secretary. an incrcasfxl cxpenrli- luro of aboul rsli- ninlc.s for la.sl yor.r Mr. Chambers stressed tho fipurr.s were only nnd coulfl clianpe drnslicnlly should tlie (lepnrtmnnl of education ;il make rliant'cs in Die unit ralio. Intlruclionnl imilfl In the past bare been rnJciilnlorl at 20 sec- ondary slndonts per III nnd HO elementary .sludenls per TU. H on this bnsis that lwrs drrw up his ftsti- malr.s. ruder formula, he esti- mated ;i rcquirempnt of 126 in- rLruclionnl units in the district. L'nknoun at present is UIR value per IP InicLional unit, which mil lii> dKermincd by I lie dcp.irl incut of education, and Ihe CDS! of tlic bnsir edui'iilion program. Both tliese I figures should lie; avnilnhle In 1 Ilic honrd by the end of this 1 inonlli. Total estimated expenditures foresee n in HIP estimates a m on n I in Mr. Chnmhcrs I old Lnislces thai, based on insl.'uctional imilA. the indicntion al present is Mini. I ho will exceed Iho. 110 per cent (nc-tor by ;