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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta rriduy, iepicmbbr 3, 1971 LETHBHIDCE HERALD SMOKE BREAK Pause to light up cigarette delays painter Jim Sanderson in erasing "tobacco ad from bill board in Vancouver's Wesl End. Under British Columbia legislation all tobacco and liquor advertising ended this week. Hearing on WM A set for October MONTREAL (CP) Prime Minister Trudcau, Quebec Pre- mier Bourassa, Justice Minister John Turner and Jer- ome Choquette, Quebec justice minister, have been inviled to testify at public hearings on the effects of the War Measures Act starting here in October. Fernand Daoust, secretary- general of the Quebec Federa- tion of Labor, said Wednesday the government leaders and po- lice officials have beon inviled to participate in a private group's hearings inlo how and why the act was applied during last fall's kidnap crisis. Five Quebec members of the j group will conduct the hearings I in tliis province while five Eng- lish-speaking Canadians, headed by Woodrow Lloyd, former pre- mier of Saskatchewan, will con- duct hearings in the rest of the country. The inquiry, which organizers say they hope will Ire financed by raised Ihrough public subscription, will also study the act's effects on human rights and civil liberties, the role of government, citizens and media during Ihc crisis, and (he act's successor, the Public Order (Temporary Measures) Act 1970, which expired last April 30. The group plans to publish a final report on its findings in the spring. 11-year-old boy succumbs to Ewing's saracoma TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) An 11-year-old boy whose rare case of bone cancer spurred an international fund-raising campaign has died afler four years of pain in hospita 1 Jesus Fort and never woke up from a Wednesday after- noon nap. He had undergone extensive treatment for ing's sarcoma at University Hospital in San Diego. He died here because his final wish was "to go back home to Tijuana." Dr. Faith Kmig said the youngster was "such a beauti- ful person in spite of the pain that drove him wild." The boy's illness drew worldwide atlcrition when vol- unteers started a campaign lo CARPET and LINO (Complete InsJollafionsO Free Estimates! No Obligalion! PHONE 327-B578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpel House of Ihe Soulh raise funds for treatment. About was collected but the costly treatments vir- tually depleted that. "We have about enough left for the funeral, but that's about said Dr. Kung. U.S. lo open tourist office WASHINGTON (CP) Con- fronted with a stubborn deficit in ils figures on travel spending with Canada, the United States travel service announced today it is opening its first Canadian olfice this fall, in Toronto la promote tourist visits lo the U.S. The U.S. said nearly 10 mil- lion Canadian visitors spent an estimated S805 million in this country last yea r, while 14.3 million American visitors left billion in Canada. ANNUAL KIWANIS APPLE CAMPAIGN Today thru Sat., Sept. 4th Buy o bnskct of ihcsc juicy, Red fancy tipples and help lo (urlhcr many worthwhile Community project! sponsored and supported by Ihc Loth- bridge Kiwari's Clubs. Baskets If you hnwo n lorgc fnmily why no) buy morn than onr. DONATIONS ARC ALSO MOST WELCOME Saturday MERCHANDISE ON SALE FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. TILL 6 P.M. LIMITED QUANTITIES. ROLL-AWAY COT -30 inches wide EACH 26.84 ROUGH 'N READY MATS TUDOR DRAPES DRAPERY MATERIAL SPECIAL OPEN A ZELLER'S BUDGET ACCOUNT -Washable press and Hopsacking Reg. to 1.89 per yard Reg. 19.99 EACH STACKING FOLDING STOOLS i LAUNDRY FLANNELETTE CREST TOOTHPASTE PLAIN or PRINTED Reg. per yard 69c 49% FREE Reg. 1.09 EACH OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 'Til 9 p.m Use Zeller's Budge! Coupons Use Zeller's Budget Coupons 1600 LINE PAINT CHILDREN'S KNEE SOCKS PRESSURE COOKER INTERIOR and EXTERIOR FLAT or SEMI GLOSS Reg. gallon 4.21 Lint fret Colorfast 100% collon Reg. 2 for 88c EACH quart capacity cooking time by Reg. 16.83 EACH Reg. 79c PAIR QUAKER STATE PANTY HOSE SPORT SHIRTS size -All sheer for hoi panls 2 hour tinier 5 minute cooldown Reg. 88e PAIR Reg. to 4.44 EACH Reg. 159.99-EACH Use Idler's Budget Couponi am Use Budget OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M GIRLS' FLETTE PYJAMAS TOILET SEATS hinge Reg. 4.68 EACH 3.84 BRIEFS and TOPS TABLE .AMPS Reg. 2 for 14.94 Reg. 49c EACH Reg. 1.99- PAIR Use Zeller'i Budget Couponi (H Use Zeller'j Budgcl Use Zeller's Budget Coupons raff Use Zeller's Budget Coupon! BOYS' JEAN SETS LADIES' ARNEL PANT TOPS LADIES' HANDBAGS 45 R.P.M. RECORDS Off Ihe char) hits USE YOUR ZELLER'S BUDGET ACCOUNT Reg. 9.94 EACH Reg. 8.88 EACH Reg. 5.96 SET ...Satisfaction C......Ze'iler 's County Fair 4 mf Located in Ihc South Lolhbridgo Shopping Centre on Mayor Magmth Drive. Open Daily 9 n.m. 6 p.m, Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Tolophono 328-8171. ;