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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETII3RIDGC- HERAIO Tucitfoy, Otlobsr 24, killed at crossing HKl) UKliH (Cl'l ItulaiMl Dale Dorlaml, 1C, of Hod Deer died Monday of injuries receiv- ed when Hie vehicle he driving struck a southbound tnnn SaUirciay on a rural cross- ing neai1 Hlackfalcis. Dr. C. Cooper o( lied Deer, eoronci1, ;m into the accident which occur- red seven miles norlli of here. When frightened, Hie homed toad prelcmls lo be dead. FOIIGIVKNKSS LONDON (CD Koi-Rivc ami (orgct but not away. Tliis seems to be the motto of Iris Humphreys, 55, who has agreed lo marry Jo- seph '15, next month when he finishes a five-year jail sentence for cheating her out of boy dies of injuries ALIX Demonstrators shouting "death to Indira (Jandhi" charged the rostrum where the Indian prime minister was making a speech Monday in this mountain res or I. M.-s. Gandhi whisked nwav sflfcly hy security men. The estimated 50 domonstra- were demanding the recoc- nitioiT of Nepali as an official After trying lo break through fl police cordon surrovuuling the prime minister, I hey then ripped decor tiled arches and rampaged through the (own, stoning sliops and houses. Mrs. Grindlii alleged that the Marxist Commuinst party was hehind (he agitation. She FCinl the Marxists had been engi- neering trouble in the state ever since then lost heavily in state assembly elections earlier this vear. -ram come 31'S Dies of stings WINDHOEK, Soutlnvcst Af- rica (Reuter) A two-year-old boy has tiled in hospital after being attacked hy a swarm of bees. VANCOUVER (CP) Gram workers by five grain elevator companies here have votiid 73 per cent in favor of a nev: two-year contract h i r h gives them a hourly in- crease in each yeaj', u union spokesman said today. i Their previous contract, I which expired 11 moutlis ago, I provided hourly wages of S-I.1G i to The new agreement also improves annual vacations, i ksick leave and medical cover-: age, including a dental plan. Officials feel thai, approval of j the contract help speed up I grain shipments througn t h e poit. Starling today, the 600 grain workers agreed to work overtime, which they have re- fused for the last two months. "We'll need overtime to clean j the grain and keep it j said Henry Kancs, chief spckes- [man for the union local of the United Brewery, Flour and Cereal Workers Union. MORE FT COLLEGE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION is sponsoring a 'PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR THE SECRETARY' WORKSHOP Wed., Oct. 25th and Tues., Nov. 14th TIME: a.m. to noon p.m. to p.m. PIACE: Kate Andrews Building Leihhridge Community College ROOM 7 your secretarial staff cne doy and rcn1 or" the staff the next date. Tli9 Workshop o-isignticf lo help your secretary cr recep- tionist realize f-jlly her responsibility to the company. SOME OF THE AREAS TO BE DISCUSSED; _You __the Compony'b Representative The Importance of Good Appearance and Yoyr Total Personality Learning Your Job -Knowing Your Company -Woj-king witd Other t Greeting Callers Dealing with Difficult FeopN Motivation and My Work Uiing Mic Telephone Effectively -My Part in Office Mornfe We feel tliaf ibis would be an excellent training penc't far your personnel, and woufd encourage you lo enroll retorinl staff. APPLICATION FORM CONTINUING EDUCATION Inthbridna Cn mm unity College Employer-, Ncrv? Addr Fcfephone M-jm Dala of hop Fee: 5 10.00 'includes !he luntheoi hoo dole iJ you will be aftondintj: October 1972 November I4ih, 197? FlEASE RETURN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE CAR LEAVES ROAD GROUARD (CP) Edward Con t ric, 23, o F I li c- 0 if t Lake area was killed Uie car iu he was riding leU a ciis- tnct road near this Albcrla j community, The cm; was driven by Clarence Theodore Kcllner, 2-1, of llic Gim'ard area. 2 MILLION rnu; SPRAGUE, Man. iCP) A fVe at the Columbia Forest Products Ltd. plant has resulted in more than S2 million damage lo a ciiipboard operation, and has disaljled cne of the largest employers in the southeastern corner of Manitoba. The plajil employes 73 men. COMMITTED TO HOSPITAL. SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. (CP) Archie 53, Df Lsinnn, charged with non-capital murder in the shoot- of a Clara Courtney, 39. of Current, com- miUcd lo the mental hospital in Noi-th Battleford for a .10- day period of observation. He remanced to Nov. 17 for seLUrtf; of a preliminary i hearing (i.nte. Crackdown 011 'tourists under way TORO.N7TO fCP) Pass- ports, airline tickets and money MCTC taken from some arriving Toronto Inter- national Airport on two fliphts From Jamaica as inimigration (iTIicials cracked on they think are plan- ning to .slay in Canada. The passengers at least 1-5 of them from Haita com- plained that they were delayed for two hours or more, even though tlie immigration depart- ment had assigned more staff at the airport lo help weed out pco p I P v.1 ho ,s ay t hey a re rnrninp here FIS visitors, hut in fact intend to stay. The immigration department deckled last that more staff was needed to check the flow of the "visitors" who try lln-i back-door method of Rain- ing permanent residence. It is np to the travellers to satisfy officials that they arc hona fida visitors, a spokesman vaifl al the time. Criteria in- clude possession of a return air tickr-t, money for the visiling period and the names of people they "legitimately intend to visit." i Canatln allows people to j come from other ;js visitors and apply later for lam'-jd immigrant .status. Of- ficials frown however, on pRO- corning here, .supposedly as 1 visitors. no intention of go- iny lionu-. UNLIMITED! MORTGAGE MONEY s LARGE CMHC PROJECTS amounts available to P in excess of for Home Owner approved loans up to Other Loans from for new or existing residences apartments hotels motels commercial and industrial acreages Second Mortgages from :j> 3500.00 Time to "get sewing" for Winter and the Social Season! But first, get this! Woolco has FIRST QUALITY 100% POLYESTER DOUBLEKNIT (the fabric that's as easy to care for as it is to work with) in 10 to 13 oz. weights. And what a selection! You take your choice from over 20 exciting colours in newest textures like crepe, dia- gonal, pique, herringbone, rib, and geometric. So pick out your pattern, then visit the Woolco Fabric Department to pick outyourCrimpknit. You'll be buying quality and spending less money! USE YOUR WOOLCO CHARGE FOR All YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING YARD PRINTED DOUBIEKNIT Washable Assort. ad colori. 60" wide. YD. POLYESTER CREPE 13 plain shades lo choose from. 45" wide' YD. CORDUROY 36" wide matoriol dial conies i'> 1 1 different colors. YD. SCREEN PRINTED POLYESTER Locosla Assorled colorful 3.9B YD. HOPSACKING COHON Perfecl for drapQS, cushion covers or (he pocsibililies are unlimited. 36" wide. YD. f SCREEN PRINTED POLYESTER CREPE Brighf colorful prints. 45" wide. YD. DiOLEN JERSEY A lighlweighl fabric for tops or 54" 1 1 colors lo choose from. YD. QUILTED TARTAN Ideal for jockels or long skirts. In colors of Blue, Green, Red, Brown and Purpfe YD. O.yO NOVELTY JERSEY 1 plain colors to choose from. 48" YD. Because Were Your Shopping Costs You Less! 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