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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 2, 1970 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD - IS LULL BEFORE THE STORM - Members of the Catholic Central High School student's council pause for a moment before striding into the year's heavy schedule of activity. Top left to right are Elaine Luco, treasurer: Marian Boras, secretary and Terese Krol, ,social convenor; bottom, left to right, Greg Royer, president; Don Geria, vice-president and Gary Gleb, treasurer. CNIB Catering Plan Serves 300M0 Daily EDMONTON - In 1928. a small lunch counter maniWKi by a blind person was opeaed by CNIB at a plant in Welland. Ontario. Cooking was done on a liot plate and dishes were washed in a makeshift sinl,vho are employed by CaterPlan Services earned last year $1,700.-000. Profits from the operation go toward the CNIB's nvop'-;i ms for rehabilitation of the blind and the prevention of blindness. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes AN AVEKAGE The average time for a baby to learn to walk is 13 to 14 months, but it may be an.nvhere from 10 to 18 moTiths. mem "That's funny - my secretary likes caramels. Miss Green at the switchboard likes taffy, the blonde in the stock room like', peanut brittle, but I can never remember what you like." Hallinswarth IT'S NEW! A Ladies' Fashion Store filled with nothing but bargains . . . every day! With over 30 stores in our chain we find thousands of items during the year, left over from broken assortments ,.. seasonal clearances.., etc., etc., which create a stock control problem. So, we have converted our COLLEGE MALL STORE into a Year-Round Giant Bargain Bazaar, and will keep it stocked only with clearance items. But at such fabulous prices that now you can save on your clothing budget to an extent you would not before have believed possible . . , every day! Look at these for just a sampling of the savings you will find at our BARGAIN BAZAAR! RAINCOATS SI A SEASONAL VALUES TO $40.......................... ^ PANTS $9 SEASONAL VALUES W TO $8 ................................ PANTSUITS SIA SEASONAL VALUES I MV TO $30 .......................... �w %r FALL COATS $QA Broken assortmentt From Normal Values � H I UP TO $60 ..................... ^i^^r DRESSES $C SEASONAL VALUES mM TO $26.............................. ^ SPRING COATS $9C SEASONAL VALUES iT _ B TO $60.......................... Mi DRESSES $7 Italian Knit Polyesters. � SEASONAL VALUE $30 . ,....... � SUMMER-SUN PLAYWEAR d1 Dozens of Top�, Shorts, T-Shirts, etc................ i*" CASH and CARRY EXCHANGES REFUNDS Hallinswarth's COLLEGE MALL CENTRE NEW BATA SHOES T CENTRE VILLAGE MALL OCT. 8th. ;