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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQK HERALD ThunxJay, October RICK ERVlN.pholos Only i Save Now! master charge1 Portable 5 Gallon x ShopVac Save Now! Amazing vacuum removes bulky debris from workshop, fireplace, garage, basement, etc., does jobs ordinary vacs can't touch! Hose, nozzle, wands. Dolly extra. Save! Special! Circular Saw Jig Saw] f Drill Outstanding valuei operation torcjyejjjrilling. ade guard. Bevel and to 2 1 co-nbmalton blade ttttmg' shoe for bevelling up to 45 Woodcutting blsrie included balanced drill for home O-r workshop use 1000 p. m. Chargex and fVfester Charge is wefcome at most Pro Hardware stores. Hoyt's Pro Hsrdwin 806-608 3rd Ave.S-, Urthbridge, Phprw 327-5787 Westminster Shopping Pl.M, Phoiw 339-4441 Stow s Pro CardXon Tariffs Pro Tabtr Mirtms Pro r's PIU BEarr-ors Halloween party The Halloween party at the Lethbridge Public Library's theatre-gallery this week seemed to have lived up to its expectations and some people had to be turned away. Nearly 200 youngsters arrived, dressed in Halloween attire, to participate in the activities. At left, Gypsy Jane Elian of the library staff, reads the palm of eight-year-old Peter Debeor, 902 8th Ave. S., while the electrifying creature on the right adds to the eeriness of the evening. Renea Ferguson, 11, 619 7th Ave. S., poses as the mummy. we'd like you to stop and think about our disc brake. andthese other good ideas. Our disc brake has a fixed head with moving, piston- type caliper mechanism for faster, safer stops in all weather conditions. sealed beam headlamp has a wider field of vision and will not dim when the brake is applied. AUTOLUBE Autolube auto- matically and precisely mixes the oil and gasoline, monitors engine speed and throttle opening and results in cleaner, more efficient operation. YAMAHA SLIDE-RAIL SUSPENSION The slide- rail suspen- sion keeps the track parallel with the sled and is connected to the chassis with hydraulic shock absorbers. TORQUE INDUCTION The reed- valve, torque induction engine makes for faster throttle response and more torque over the lower and middle speed ranges. 1 COT A COM MAKE WHEN CHINOOK Sales Service, Bom Sir, CvrdMon, S53-3SSS Yamaha Cycle Service Bunny S seSw'- 3 927-38JW The Herald Youth Canada Cord certificates presented to Girl Guides Assistant Commissioner V. M. Seppala, commanding of- ficer of 'K' Division, RCMP, presented Canada Cord cer- tificates to 20 Lethbridge and district Girl Guides recently at the Salvation Army Citadel. The Canada Cord is the highest award and represents outstanding achievement by the individual Girl Guide. Recipients include: First Champion Ranger Co; Cinday Mae Buchan, Diane Margaret Jordan, Marjorie Kit Middleton and Jo-Anne Lynn Pasolli. First Brooks Guide Co. Holly Prus, Brenda Heinrichs, Kelly Merkl and Radhika Mahadeva. First Longview Guide Co. September Ann Ramsey, Kathleen Ann Black, Kathleen Herriman and Jane Wyatt. First High River, Ranges, Co Vieki Cavkill, Wendy Parkhill, Dana Kemery and Dianne Robinson. Third Lethbridge'Gufde Co. Susan Tendler and DeboraiL Scott. Fourth Lethbridge Guide Co. Brenda Mass. Seventh Lethbridge .Guide Co. Carol Hennart. Woman enjoys career as national doll-maker WOODSTOCK, Ont. (CP) For a woman who had to teach herself to sew when her first daughter was born, Ruth Davies is making a fair career of it. For 12 years, her national and historical dolls have been sold in stores across Canada. Each is authentic to the last detail, the product of pain- Outstanding achievement recognized The outstanding scholastic achievement of 305 Southern Alberta Institute of Technology students and graduates was recognized 'art week at the SAIT Awards 'lelv VUberta o" Rsceivjrs were 3. I, Hamilton, hotel and restaurant administration IJ; Terry A. Johansen, architec- IHTTJ? Douglas Shimoca, advertising art II staking research that took her to 30 countries in three years. She still uses the sewing ma- chine her mother gave her 23 years ago for seaming, doing the rest of the work by band. For variety, she usually works on six or 12 dolls at a time. "I work in organized con- she said, explaining that she has found it impossi- ble to take on an assistant because she can't explain to anyone what she wants done. "I am usually 1% years be- hind in my she said. She has been approached by dealers from the United States and as far away as New Zealand but prefers to confine her operations to Canada. f trips tor M. students on agenda Norman Clarke, co or- dinator of the Heritage Socie- ty of Canada, will be in Lethbridge Saturday to ex-___ plain student travel programs organized by the society. Trips nave been tentatively planned this year to Paris, France; London, England: 2 and Mexico City. All interested parents, students and teachers are ask- S ed to meet at 2 p.m. in the JJJ lecture theatre at the Collegiate In-JT L MODEL 10N FOLDING MUSIC STAND C--ome plated Exclus'wa S replacement warranty Reo. suapesled retail 6.95 SPECIAf EACH 6 10 achievement technology I. in computer LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Pwwrowit ;