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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 26, 1973 o 0 Q <3 Make Mom's Budget CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE see our credit office for complete details. Colourful Assortment of Toques for Girls and Boys Acrylic that means in a rain- bow of colours and patterns. One size. each 1.93 WIH w mm a Cosy Warm Outerwear for Toddlers Snowmobile Suit Pro-Season Priced (a) Head to toe warmth for small boys and girls. Zip them up comfy in this nylon- coated polyethelene snowmobile suit that has a quilted lining. In Red or Navv 2-3-3X. Sherpa Hood Coat for Little Girls (b) Quality Canadian made coat is double- breasted with six buttons and has two tie pom-poms on the hood. Choose from Gold, Lilac, Pink, Blue. 2-3-3X. Eskimo Jacket with Fur Trimmed Hood Attached hood and lined body with storm cuffs. Braid trim around sleeves and hem. 4 shades. 4, 5, 6, 6X. each 8.93 Infant Girls' Legging Set Orion pile legging set. Bonn- et has grosgrain tie. 3-button front closing, cotton lined, Pastels. 18-24-30 months. Snow Pants for Boys and Girls Thermal snow pants has flare leg and elasticized waist. Canadian made. Navy, Brown, Red. 4, 5, 6, 6X. 4.43 Infants' 2-Piece Pram Suit Stock Up With These Cheap T-Shirts Nylon cire with pile trim on boots. 2-tone effect. Zipper front. Polyester fibrefill lin- ing. 12-18-24 months Styles include long sleeve crew neck, turtle neck or zip- per neck. Patterened in many shades 2-3-3x, check. Toddlers' Fashionable Coat and Hat Toddlers 2-Piece Snow Suit Girls' Jacket with Sherpa Hood Infants' 1-Piece Snowmobile Suit For boys m a 'pony pile' Double-breasted with 6 but tons, 2 patch pockets Brown, Rust, Beige, Blue 2-3-3X. 100% waterproof jacket that's nylon quilted. Front trimmed with braid with 2 glove rings. Red, Navy. 2-3- 3X. Zipper front tie has eye catching pom poms. Royal Red, Green, Purple, Gold 2-3-3X. Snowmobile Suit for Toddlers Neoprene with quilt lining. Half belted with two poc- kets. Chocolate, Grape, Navy, Green. 2-3-3X. each 10.87 Infants' Orion Pile Bunting Bag With arms and hood yoke and zipper front. Embroid- ered ducks. Satin bow. One size Aqua, Pink, Maize. each 9.97 infants' One-Piece Bunting Bag Antron quilted bunting bag Motif appliqued with arms. One size. White, Pink, Blue, Maize. each 9.97 100% nylon pile trim on body belt, sleeves and hood. Quilt lined hood. Navy, Red, Gold. 18-24-30 months-. each 12.97 Infants'4-Way Pram Suit Nylon cire embroidered jac- ket. Solid legs with detach- able feet. Contrast pile. One size. 13.47 Open Daily 9 a.m. io 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We Reserve the Right To Limit Quantities COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF THE F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. IF YOUJTAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Retires Sydney Kennedy 60, has retired as director operations in the Maritime region after nearly, four decades in broadcasting. In 1941, he joined the CBC as an announcer in Halifax and became direc- tor of the Maritimes in 1960. Amnesty survives in 1970's By KEVIN DOYLE LONDON (CP) A telephone jangles in a cluttered office near London's Bloomsbury district. The grateful voice on the other end is that of a Mexican doctor, released from prison after serving only three months of a 17-year sentence for "political offences." True, he had been tortured, his life had been threatened and the safety of his family endangered. But that was forgotten in his joy at being released. The doctor, whose identity has been kept secret, was phoning the headquarters of Amnesty International to ex- press his gratitude for their efforts on his behalf. Amnesty, in its own words, is an "independent, non- governmental organization which has consultative status with the United Nations and the Council of Europe. It endeavors to ensure the right of everyone to hold and ex- press his beliefs.1' The agency is one of the few idealistic, liberal experiments of the early 1960s to have sur- vived and flourished in the more-cynical 1970s. Its main objective is to work on behalf of prisoners in all parts of the world who are held on political, or religious grounds. They include an anti-Castro doctor in Cuba, political de- tainees in Northern Ireland, draft-resisters in the United States and Roman Catholic priests in Paraguay and Hun- gary. Once the organization learns ui and "adopts" a prisoner, the government in the country concerned is bom- barded with letters and cards from Amnesty's members all over the world. Newspapers and broad- casting outlets are also in- formed. The organization's London- based executive then requests permission from the govern- ment involved to carry out an on-the-spot investigation. Even though this is usually refused. Amnesty officials believe it often embarrasses a government to such an extent that it releases a prisoner rather than endure strong international criticism. Amnesty says countries which have been found to have "relatively-clean records" include Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Sweden, West Germany and Gambia. But does the organization's campaigns to free prisoners in other countries have anv real effect? Mark Grantham, an ex- ecutive officer with Amnesty, believes the policy of publiciz- ing unjust imprisonments is far more important than is usually recognized. Coal field program set TORONTO (CP) Denison Mines Ltd. of Toronto Alco Standard Corp.. announced here a joint agreement with two Japanese companies to carry out exploration and feasibility studies on about acres of coal land in northeastern British Colum- bia. Mitsui Mining Co. Ltd., Ja- pan's largest coal mining company, and Tokyo Boeki Ltd., one of Japan's most sub- stantial trading firms, will participate in the program costing an estimated ?1.25 million. ;