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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdn.ldoy, AugUlt 4, 1971 THE LETHBRIDOE HERAID 15 One Alberta fire out of control EDMONTON (CP) Only nnc of Alberta's 15 forest fires is reported out of control to- day, a spokesman for the Al- berta forest service said. The worst fire is in the Fool- ner Lake forest area in the Store damaged in explosion AKVIDA, Quc. (CP) De- spite an explosion that caused more than damage to s Steinberg's grocery stoiB here, five strike-bound chain stores in the area will be open for busi- ness today. No one was injured when the bomb ripped tlirough fhe store early Tuesday morning. Police are working on an important lead in the "special" type of lighter that triggered the bomb, described by investigators as homemade, and consisting of between seven and 10 slicks of dynamite. About 250 company employees in Arvida, Chicoutimi, Jon- quiere and Alma have been on strike for a month and last week slaged a demonstration at the store in Arvida, 240 miles northeast of Montreal. northwestern corner o[ the province where seven fires are burning, including a blaze near Rainbow Lake that is out of control. The forest service spokes- man described the present fire situation as "not too and added that the fire hazard is rated as extreme in the north and south of the prov- ince and high in the central areas. Lightning strikes in the north during the thunderstorm activity Monday night may have started a few new files, the spokesman said. Beer to flow again in B.C. VANCOUVER (CP) A Bri- tish Columbia beer strike and lockout, involving 250 workers for Molscn and Labatts in Van- couver and many of the prov- ince's beer drinkers, is expect- ed (o end Thursday. ft started on July 19. Negotiators said Tuesday night they have reached verbal agreement on a settlement, ex- jected to be signed today by )oth sides. CLOTHESPIN HOME A tiny hummingbird turned a clothespin inlo a nest in a garage at the home of Jennie Perry, Ogden, Utoh. Mrs. Perry says the two baby hum- mingbirds were hatched two days after the nest was built. Debtors out from behind bars By DONALD FORBES LONDON (AP) Tile ghost of Charles Dickens was abroad in Britain's jails Tues- day as cell doors swung open to free prisoners incarcerated for debt. More than a century after the Victorian novelist began his campaign to stop the jail- ing for unfortunates who ran aloul of their creditors, legis- lation has brought some debt- ors out from behind bars. People who incur commer- cial keeping up with instalment-plan purchases on the car or failing to pay the no longer face im- prisonment. Instead, the money will be deducted from their wages. Already more than 100 have been released. It is only a partial victory in the battle Dickens started because of the squalor and de- spair of 19th-century jails, where debtors owing only a few shillings were thrown into cells alongside murderers, drunks and thieves. Tlie courts will still be al- lowed to commit to prison anyone failing to pay mainte- nance, taxes, city rates, social security contributions or fines. The new laws will keep about 700 people a year out of Britain's overcrowded jails, where prisoners are often lodged three to a cell. But they do not cover about other debtors imprisoned each year, half of them for owing less than It costs more than a week to keep a man in jail and the average debtor occu- pies a cell for between three and six weeks. .-A SCULPTURED NYLON CARPET NYLON TWEED Jute backing. Topaz and Gold. LIMITED QUANTITES and COLORS Jute and rubbed back. Gold, Red, Pink. L" Special Roll End Price 6 B Special Roll End Price SO. YD. 7.99 2" NYLON SHAG CARPET PLUSH CARPET Jute backing. Topaz, Biltersweel Mist Green, Turquoise, Green, Egg shell. Gold, Sandstone, Rose, Double jute backing. Green, Brown, Orchid. Special1 Roll End Price Special Roll End Price SQ. YD. 6.99 CUT AND LOOP i SCULPTURED NYLON 2-TONE SHAG CARPET Jute backing. Gold only. Special Roll End Price Double backing. Kodel. Green only. Special Roll End Price Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Saturday 9 a .m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive i LADIES' SHELLS Final clearance of Summer ihc-lls and tank lops. Incomplete sizes and slyles. The 19 have previously sold at nnd J2 each. LIMITED QUANTIFIES. Final Clearance Price for SAVE 2.92 LADIES' TAILORED SHIRTS Permanent press. Assorted plain and striped slylei. Sizes 10 to 13. Reg. Woolco Price 2.64 for CHOOSE NOW FROM THIS TERRIFIC SELECTION OF MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS SAVE to 9.98 LADIES' CO-ORDINATE SETS Choosi from skirls, slims, tops and vesls. Knils, Linen and Forlrel fabrics. LIMITED QUANTITIES Reg. Woolco G1IL Price to 14.98. Each 3Q SAVE 2.34 LADIES' SLIMS Hipster style with wide belt loops, palch pocket. Sizes 8 to 16. Reg. Woolco A Price 3.67. for 55 SAVE LADIES' SLIMS Choose from casual or dressy slyles in nssorled fabrics. Sizes 6 lo 16. Reg. Woolco ff C Price SAVE 5.52 to 14.80 LADIES- SHIFT DRESSES Short sleeve and sleeveless ilyles. In. complete slyle range. S.M.L. Reg. Woolco Price M 2.63 to 4.95. fl for SAVE 2.90 to 4.90 LADIES' HOT PANT SHORTS Denim and Collon slyles. Sizes B to 16. Reg. Woolco Price 3.95 fo 4.95. SAVE 2.87 LADIES' CIRE COATS 100% Cire Nylon. While, Red, Navy or Green. Junior sizei 7 to 15. Reg. Woolco ffgf Price 7.87. ZOtJ SAVE 1.43 LITTIE GIRLS' VINYL SUEDE JACKETS Button front with matching belt. Brown only. Sizes 4 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 6.43. 2 for SAVE 2.64 LITTLE GIRLS' SLIMS 100% Polyesler Knit. Blue, Gold, Hoi Pink. Sizes 4 lo Reg, Woolco Price 3.82. 2 55 SAVE 1.63 LADIES- STRETCH SLIMS Black, Navy or Brown. Sizes 8 to IB Reg. Woolco Price 6.63, SAVE .83 lo 2.98 LADIES' SKIRTS Choose from Wool, Knits and Bonded fabrics. Sizes 10 to 18 and OS. Reg. Woolco Price 5.83 lo 7.98. SAVE I.fi8 LADIES' HOT PANTS Bib slyle. Slrelch Denim. Sizes S.M.L Reg. Woolco Price 6.88. S5 SAVE .95 to 3.95 LADIES' PURSE CLEARANCE Assorted Vinyl slyles. Black, Navy or Brown. Reg. Woolco Price 5.95 to 8.95. 35 SAVE .90 lo 4.66 LADIES' SKIRTS Choose from Corduroy, Bonded and Wool fabrics. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. Woolco Price 2.95 to 4.83. 2 55 SAVE 1.84 to 4.84 LADIES' COTTON PANT DRESSES Incomplete style range. Sizes 10 to 16. Reg. Woolco Price 6.84 to 9.84. SAVE 3.78 to TEENS' DRESSES Crimpknil, Linen and Bonded fabrics. Incomplete style range. Sizes 10 to 14x. Reg. Woolco Price 8.87 to SAVE 2.36 LITTLE BOYS' CASUAL PANTS Half boxer waisl. Flare leg styles. Sizes 4 to fix. Reg. Woolco Price 3.68. 2 SAVE 2.96 CHILDREN'S PYJAMAS Sleeper slyle. Olive, Red or Blue. Sizes 2 to 3, 3 to 3x, 4 to 5 and 6 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 3.98. 2 55 TODDLERS' AND INFANTS' STRETCH SLIMS 100% Dupont Nylon. Green, Red, Navy, Brown. Sizes 12 lo 24 months and 2 to 3x. Reg. Woolco Price 2.77. Z hr S5 SAVE 6.68 to 10.76 GIRLS' ALL WEATHER COATS AND JACKETS Numerous styles lo choose from. Navy, Green, Brown or Red. Sizei 8 to 14 (Incomplete sizo Reg. Woolco Price 11.68 to 15.76. SAVE to LADIES' HOUSECOATS Choose 'from pile or quill slyles. Incom- plete size range. S.M.I. Reg. Woolco Price to S5 SAVE 1.47 to 4.95 GIRLS' DRESSES Tremendous style selection In Knits, Cotlon and Crimpknil fabrics. Sizei 7 to 14. Reg. Woolco Price 6.47 lo 9.95 SAVE 2.66 to 4.54 INFANTS' DRESSES AND DIAPER SETS Incomplete styla range. Sizes 6 to 24 Reg. Woolco Price 3.83 to 4.77. 2 for SAVE 3.47 to 7.95 LITTLE GIRLS' SUITS and COAT SETS Choose from 2-pce. skin suite, 2-pce. coal sets ond 2-pce. dress sets in Bonded and Linen styles. Sizes 4 to 6x (Incomplete sizo Reg. Woolco Price 8.47 lo 12.95. 55 INFANTS' SLEEPERS Nylon ond Cotton terry. Two way llretch. Whits, Pink and Blue. S M.L. Reg. Weolce Price 2.83. 2 f" SO INFANTS' BLANKET SLEEPERS One piece sleeper. Warm, soft and comfortable. Aqua, Pink and Maize. S.M.L. Reg, Woolca Price 2.97, 2 55 SAVE 1.95 lo 9.33 LADIES' DRESSES Choose from Day drosses, Linen, Bond- ed ond Knjf slyles. Incomplete sizo range 8 1o 16. Reg. Woolco Pi-ice 6.95 10 14.33. 55 SAVE LITTLE GIRLS' SKIRTS Wool and Bonded fabrics In Fall prints and plaids. Sizes 4 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price for S5 SAVE J.25 BOYS' "HAPPY FOOT" DRESS HOSE McGregor brand. Wsol and stretch Nylon. Novy, Block, Blue, While, Grey and Green. Sizes 9 to 1 1. Reg. Woolco Price 1.25. 0 for Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 Wtdnetday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. 10 9 p.m.) Saturday 9 a.m. la 6 p.m. >jvl W .ti t- College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath brive "4l AA ;