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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta MenM-17 Forty-Mile brief Town official has no time for book PANT SUITS Choose from many styles and fabrics by 3 top Can- adian makers. Stage Penny Lou. plains and florals. Long and short sleeve styles. Sizes S.M.L. and 38 to 44. SKI JACKETS Always popular tow-coat length of quilted nylon. Polypropolene padding and nylon lining. Zippered pockets. Side zippers for skiing ease. Concealed hood. red and purple. S.M.L. 24.98 7.98 TIES BY Fantastic selection of smart stripes and solid tones. Also some ready knot ties included. T-SHIRTS Long sleeves. nylon knit in many styles to choose from. Assorted colours. S.M.L. Reg. to 4.98 BODYSUITS Attractive arid colourful prints of polyester knit. Long ruffle or button Dome crotch. S.M.L. Reg. to 5.98 QUEEN SIZE PANTYHOSE First quality stockings by a top .maker. Reinforced gusset and toe. Wide range of shades. XL and XXL. 6 to 2 44 KIDDIES GIRLS WEAR T-SHIRTS The neat way to-keep young girls looking their best. nylon for easy care in fancy and plain styles. turtle neck and some bodysuits. All with long sleeves. Sizes 7-14. Anniversary Sale GIRLS' PANTS Choose a pair of fancy cotton knits or fortrel blends. Assorted winter shades. Excellent for casual wear. Sizes 4-6x. Reg. 1.98 22 2 99 SKI JACKETS Nylon outer with acrylic pile lining. Hidden hood and zip front. Assorted colours. Sizes 8-16. Special HAND TOWEL Velvet smooth on one side and looped on the plain prints and Jac- quards. Good colour selection. Slight subs. Reg. 1.99 CHILDREN'S SHOES LADIES' SLIPPERS Shag acrylic slip-on mules. Ideal for Christmas giving. Pastel shades. S.M.L. Anniversary Sale MEN'S SLIPPERS Slip-on opera style. Made of sturdy man- made material. Brown only. Sizes 6-11. AnnlverMry Sale....................... I19 1 Assorted Oxford and strap style by known makers. Boys' and girls' styles. Broken sizes and colours. Sizes 9-3. MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS Warmly lined shoe with replacable felt boot liner. Brown only. Sizes 7-12. 1 5 Sale Ends December 1. While quantities last. Use your CHARQEX Trying it on Olive former matron of the Pincher Creek Crestview presents Nettie nurse at the Crowsnest Pass Senior Citizens with a wheel chair. Home resident Jock Ramsay of Coleman is it on for PYJAMAS cotton flannelette. Masculine patterns in assorted colours. Sizes 36 to 44. PANTS cotton ribless corduroy. Flare zip front and belt loops. 2 patch pockets. Assorted colours. 8-16. Reg. 5.98 DOUBLE KNIT SPORTS JACKETS BLAZERS Handsome 2 single breasted blazer and sports jacket with centre. polyester. Smart patterns and solid tones. Sizes 36 to 44. Rag. to 49.95 The South In short Driving course scheduled PINCHER CREEK A defensive driv- ing course will be held Dec. 4 and 5 from 7 to 11 p.m. in the Pincher Creek MD Building. 'Persons passing an ex- amination can get two or three demerit points taken off their driving record. Most in- surance companies will reim- burse drivers the amount of the fee for the course. Registrations will be accepted at the preventive social service office or by telephoning 627-3925. Phone rate change mulled Alberta Government Telephones has distributed in- formation and voting ballots to residents of New Picture Iron Barons and Wrentham as part of a rate program. The ballot asks residents in these communities if they would prefer a monthly flat rate instead of long distance toll when calling Lethbridge. Only ballots mailed before Dec. 21 will be counted. FOREMOST Roy secretary trauHTcr of the County of uys be have time to comply with a re- quest from the Foremost Historical Book Society for a history of county government. don't want to get in- said Mr. Wallman. 1 'I have got two budgets to get out of the Deputy Reeve Frank Romeike said the county should not press for payment of a bill by the forestry department. The charge was for help provided by the coun- ty in fighting a fire near Milk River. makes us look kind of said Coun. W. K. bead of the municipal committee. Said Coun. they see fit to reimburse fine. If we do it as a gesture of good CUPE's suggestion that county office workers work Dec. and take Dec. was approved. It will give them a four-day Christmas holiday. County councillors are seek- ing additional information on the province program of 000 per annum for the purpose of hiring a utilities co- ordinator. Councillors want to know who the coordinator would be working the co- ops or the county. Telephones and Utilities Minister Roy Farran will be asked to explain terms of reference for the job. Coun. W. G. McFall says a Ghost Towns of is showing the worst side of communities in the south. The county council ordered 10 copies. should question the facts of this book and take them to task on said Coun. McFall. it's not it's said Coun. Frank Romeike. Coun. Romeike wondered why the computer turns the standard designation of sec- range and meridian around. Secretary treasurer Roy Walhnan said oil companies have used the meridian number first for some time. that's the way we look it up said Mr. Wallman. Little Bow Gas Co-op established CARMANGAY The Little Bow Gas Co- operative has been formed here to bring natural gas to the Carmangay rural area. Public meetings will be held in various areas. It is hoped 66 per cent of area fanners will apply for natural gas service. Fanners will be canvassed soon. Stores open each Monday HIGH RIVER Christmas shopping hours will see stores here every Monday in December until 6 p.m. Stores will be closed all day Christmas Boxing Day New Year's Day and Jan. 1974. Jan. 2 was declared a civic holiday under provisions of the Municipal Government Act. Extra night shopping will be in effect until 9 p.m. Dec. 20 to 22 as well as the regular Fri- day night shopping. Women's club names head CARMANGAY Mrs. Grace Ferguson has been re-elected president of the West Country Women's Club. Also returned to office were Mrs. Colleen vice and Mrs. Phyllis secretary treasurer. ions r Your Fu t u r FURNITURE 1254 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-4133 Final 3 Days of our OUR ENTIRE SELECTION OF FURNITURE and APPLIANCES is SALE PRICED for just 3 MORE Chesterfield Suites Choose from and Barrymore In the Styles of your Choice. Kitchen Suites Chairs Including Occasional Chairs and Hostess Chairs. Bedroom Suites PLUS... Color Stereo's. Our Stock has never been better. ;