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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HWAID 4, Massive threatens SION. Switzerland A massive tumping glacier, (eel up mi Ihe Weiss Horn Mountain, is thrcntenitlR lo break off and crush Hie vil- lage of Uamla near Zermatt, lo- cal authorities said Tuesday. Mountain guides have re- ngmg gl to crush town ported ttiat a deep crevasse which separates the glacier tongue from the main Bisglets- cber glacier has widened and other cracks are appearing. Authorities are considering the possibility of artifieally breaking off the glacier snout, I take. estimated to weigh several him- drcd thousand Ions. Council chairman Joseph Zunitaiigwalder said there is no panic in Uanda. The residents would await reports of experts More deciding what action to Construction employees leave For Three Days Only Thurs., Oct. 5th ihrough Sat., Oct. 7th A beautiful 8" x 10" COLOUR PORTRAIT of your child plus .50 handling Capture that pixie smils forever in fulfr realtslic colour Eastman Kodak Professional Eklacolor Film. We're so sure you'll lave your picture, that we'll give you your money bacl Construction workers nt the sile of n now British Columbia Kor- ea Pralucis Ltd. pulp mill fibsut CO miles north of Prince Ciixirgc IcU the job Tuesday because members of the 1'ulp and Paper Workers of Canada were on strike at the com- pany's nearby stud and saw- mill. The construction men crossed the PPWC picket lines Monday on the instructions of union of- ficers who balieved the huild- imf New York, one of a number of Democrats who joined Re- publicans in opposing the inves- tigation. Patman told the committee that he considered the charge of politics "nothing more than a smokescreen to liide the real i reasons why some people do not want these hearings to pro- ceed "The people have a funda- mental right lo select their heir prcs n- dered by criminal subversion of the political Patman said. "Totalitarian govern- ments often engage in the ha- rassment of opposition political parties through espionage and other means, but this has no place in our system." The Public is invited to meet wilh Ihe City Council to discuss matters pertaining to Civic Affairs. Any person Interested in making statements to or asking questions cf Council may appear at a Public Meeting to be held in the Council Chamber on Tuesday, October 10, at p.m. JOHN GERLA CITY CLERK SECRET SALE Just look! Four top styles of pantyhose Special, pair I I 325 Dress Sheer (495) In 15-denier mesh. Reinforced panty and toe, nude heel. Tender beige, glace taupe, white, charcoal, navy, black, One size fits 100-165 Ib. Tall Girl (496) In 15-denier dress sheer. Reinforced panty and toe, nude heel. Tender beige, glace taupe, navy, black. One size fits 57" and over. All-sheer (498) In 20 denier piain knit. Sheer from waist to toe. Tender beige, taupe, black. A (95 to 130 Ib.) and B (130 to 165 Ib.) Queen-size (498) In 15-denier mesh. Reinforced panty and toe, nude heel. Tender beige, glace toupe, white. One size fits 165-21 0 Ib. Enjoy the savings Secret's knee- Special, pair 63 (446) Stretch nylon knee-highs in 20-denier plain knit. Lycra top. Sandalfool style. Tender beige, taupe. One size fits 9 to 11. Hosiery, Main Floor EATON'S BUY LINE 328-8811 Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday from 9 'til 9. USE YOUR EATON COME TRUE CARD ;