Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Novtmbtr 79, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGf HCTAIB _ 35 BEATING THE DEADLINE -Workmen are beating tha deadline lo complete Ihe addition la the Lethbrrdge Ex- hibition Pavilion by the end of January. Picture abova ihows the exterior of the addition which will double the size of the existing pavilion and provide need- ed space for more people. Relations bit warmer between U.S., India Washington Star-News NEW DELHI There are In- dications that relations between India and the United States, which had gotten untracked over Bangladesh, may be warming. New Delhi and Washington are making discreet but def- inite gestures to each other for conciliation, Soon after President Nixon's re-election, Prime Minister In- dira Gandhi sent a cable to ex- press the hope that during his new term of office the 'friend- ly relations" between India and America would be furth- er strengthened. Shortly there- after, Nixon used the occasion of Mrs. Gandlu's birthday to reciprocate the sentiment and said he hoped that 'our two countries can develop a sound- er relationship based on under- standing and respect for our mutual interests." Mrs. Gandhi has also sent to Washington her emissary, B. K. Nehru, a former ambassador to the United States who is a close friend of Henry A. Kissinger. Nehru has been assigned to mend fences with the Nixon ad- ministration as far as possible. Another indication of New Delhi's effort to improve rela- tions with America Is the deci- sion to appoint Tarlok Nath Kaul as India's ambassador in Washington. He is also foreign secretary and enjoys the confi- dence of Mrs. Gandhi. However, according to official sources here, much will depenc on Nixon, who when he was vice president had termed the policy of nonallgnment, espoused by India, as "neutral' that makes no moral dis tinction between the Commu nist world and the free." This attitude, it is hoped here, has changed in the wake of the president's visits to China and the Soviet Union. ON 29th to Dec.2nd WHILE QUANTITIES LAST! Pb ooh o o o .P' 0 '0 FARM and FRONTIER SETS Assorted two kinds, farm lets, all plastic with farm animals. 4 Reg. 2.97 KRESGE SPECIAL I BODY SUITS shwrsmeacnuackaBB STICK-ON BOWS Oirm. pricing lit KRESGE SPECIAL Bit Ribbon-tinsel bows I Assorted colors. 35 to tat FLOODLIGHT KITS ISO PAR CLEAR 100 PAR COLOURED Our ntiilir 3.44 Kll Oir rtiulir price 3.H Kit KRESGE SPECIAL KRESGE SPECIAL DELUXE CHRISTMAS CARDS KRESGE PRICE Long sleeved rib knits with front zippers! 3 styles! Fashion shades. Misses' S-M-L I17- Scenes; religious, reg- ular, etc. All with envelopes. EXTENSION CORDS Our reg. price 4.98 each 100% POLYESTER CUFFED PANTS KRESGE PRICE 6" TALL DISNETKIDS KRESGE SPECIAL IGHT SETS Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy or Pluto! POLY MEDICAL KITS prlti 1.99 KRESGE SPECTAL Ribbed or plain knits with 2" waislban come in Navy, Brown, Black 01 Burgundy! Misses' 10-20. 144 Eich Doctor or Nurse toy EARTHWORM TRUCKS KRESGE PRICE Choose from a- selection of 3 quality toys! Plastic or Mclal! 15 in each pak.. ONE SIZE BRIEFS dor ntulir prlci lie. Ei. KRESGE SPECIAL Eldl 100% stretch nylon nanlics at this one low plied All have- clastic waists ind legs ind double pusoK. Assorted colon. FEATHER PILLOWS LADIES' MITTS HAT Our regular price 4.99 Set KRESGE SPECIAL Set 100JJ acrylic fibre- matchinE sets in all Iho newest shades! Floppy brim cloche or bulky beret Kith mitts. BOOT SOCKS OurrcEUlar prlcu 2.B4 Ea. KRESGE SPECIAL Each Approx. 126' size! Chicken and Goose feather Filled pillows covered with floral print ticking in Pink or Blue. KRESGE SPECIAL Pi. and slrclcli nylon socks arc brushed insido to give a tlully appearance! Solid colors. Ono size Fits Ml. Open Daily 9 am. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m: But They Always Ring The Church Whenever a merchant leans back and claims I don't have to advertise. I've been on this corner for umpteen years everybody knows what I've then he's wooing sales trouble. You see, they remember what he used to have but they don't know that he has updated his mer- chandise to include new, modern lines. They don't want what he used to have so they go on to his competitor, who told them of the new shiny wares on his shelves through his local newspaper. You see, the corner might be familiar but the people aren't! It's fust like the old church that stood on the corner for 75 years. "It was well-established but the minister still rang the bell every Sunday Why not ring your beil EVERY WEEK through on ad in... The Lcthbridcjc Herald Phone 328-4411 and ask to have a Lethbridge Herald Display Advertising Representative Call on you!