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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Weilncscloy, August IS, 1971 YOU GET LOW, LOW PRICES at Large Selection of Styles to Choose From Ladies9 Shoe BONANZA Group I Reg. Cat. Price Frolicking foalwear for fall. Assorted low and cliunky heeled styles in a rain- bow of fashion colors. Leather uppers. Composilion soles. Sizes 5 to 10 collectively. Group Reg. Cat. Price 5 4' 99 Have yourself a fling ihl-, foil goi all ihe new shoes you need for ihe coming season and really save! Our collncioin includes assorled styles, heel heights and colors. 5-10 collectively. Family Footwear Sale Now On At Centre Village While Quantities Last Farmers pay for spraying STORE HOURS. Opr-n Dcnly 9 am. lo 530 pin; WilnCMluy 9 n.m. lo p.m. Iliuridciy mil Fmltiv 1 n.m, to 9 p.m. Villqgn 32R-9331. VliGREVILLE (CP1 Farm- ers iii Minliurn County have had no Iroulilc prepaying Uie county for aerial spraying of Ilieir rappsecd crops. Reeve A. W. Roland said here. Reeve Roland, in an inter- view alter a meeting in a school auditorium lo discuss Ihe infestation of Bertha arm worms in Ihe valnahlc crop, said the county planned no change in its pa -as-you-go policy in llic spraying cam- paign. lie said the pesticide Lan- nnlc was provided by Ihe prov- ince on Uie hasis it would he paid for hy l.lic county within M days. "We've had excellent co-op- eration from the province and have had no prohlem collect- flic funds from Ihe rape- seed groucrs who want their crop lie said. Of an estimated 200 farmers al I lie only one indi- caled he was not able lo pay in advance lor spraying, Mr. Knl.lllli said I lion'! Itunl. IhriTs Ino many [hat can'L pay." Russell facing big job By WALTER KKIiVIiNCHUK EDMONTON (CP) The Lilxiral parly in Alberta has had a great tall and Boh Rus- sell is trying to put it together again. The Liberals slipped from the fop rungs of Ihe province's political ladder 10 years ago and have come apart at the seams. From its heyday in 19o5, when it was the official oppo- sition with 15 of 01 seals in the legislature, the parly fumbled through six leaders in the last scve.i years. It reached bottom in 1970 talk of a possible limited partnership with the govern- ing Social Credit party, the resignation of leader Jack Jxnvcrv and Ihe desertion of Bill Dickie of Calgary, tbe last Liberal in Ihe legislature, (o Hie Progressive Conserva- tives. Mr. Russell, a JO-ycar-old businessman Irom St. Albert, emerged from the wreckage with hopes of being the par- ly's saviour. Karly this year the reeling Liberals, who on two previous occasions lied rejected Mr. Russell as leader, welcomed him wilh open arms. VIS HIM! ENTITY Mr. Tliisscll and a small supporting casl now are fight- ing a rearguard action de- signed lo keep the party a j visible political entity for the provincial cledion Monday, Aug. Tbe Liberal.', now have a leader and a platform, but still arc lacking candidates and efficient organization. The parly has nominated candidates in only nine of 75 constituencies. One is Russell, who is making his second stab in the SI. Albert riding where be fin- ished second to Kcilh EvcriU of Social Credit in the last general election May 23. 19IJ7. Mr. is depnlv mayor uf St. Albert, five milos northwest of here, and has been a member of [own council for six years lie has boon a parly member sinca Mr. was born in Ks- conrlido. Calif.. Dec. 18, 1930, his parents were on va- cation, lie spent his early years in noithcrn British Col- umbia and Lelhbridge. where his parents huinesteadcd. SPORTS FIGURE A high school graduate, he took university extension courses in personnel and busi- ness management, worked in the airlines industry for 10 years and now is manager of an advertising agency and a public relations firm. Canadian amateur welter- weight hoxing champion in he retains a keen inter- est in sport and is publicity chairman for the Edmonton Can-Am Race Committee. A former executive director of Ihe Liberal party in Al- berta, he is married with three teen-aged children. A firm believer in a decen- tralized form of government and local autonomy, Mr. Rus- sell has faith "in the system where people govern them- Jobs for people is another of Mr. Russell's primary con- cerns To create jobs, the gov- ernment must take a different approach to resource develop- ment and determine "what finished products we can pro- duce." I TWO-THIRDS CUI1ANS I Two-thirds of the for- rigners living in Florida are i Cuban. INCREASE COMPETITION DAYS OP YORE I MOI1E MALES American farmers (ace in- Lcadvillc, Colo., population I Singapore has about creased compulilion for wheat about had people in I more males lhan females in its from oilier countries. during its mining boom. I lolal population of 2.1 million. SILK-O-LINA (Leihbridge) Ltd. CONGRATULATIONS On The Opening Of Your Store UNIQUE ZIPPER COMPANY Of Canada Ltd. "Looks like a seam zips like a dream." CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to SILK-OLINA (Lethbridge) Ltd. A Friend Congratulations to Silk-0-lina Congratulations to your New Store! Delong ScoVILL Limited FOR SEWING AIDS OUR VERY BEST WISHES to SILK O UNA (Lethbridge) Ltd. on the opening of your new store. From the M W people Dominion Textile Limited Montreal, Canada SilkoLina LETHBRIDGE LTD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19th Welcome lo Silk-O'Linu We ore pleased lo become parl of the growing Cily of Lethbridoe by opening ihis newest slore in (he chain of Fine Fashion Fabric Cenfres. Moke ihis your one slop sewing centre, where you can find a complete line of Pallerns, Sewing Notions and fine fabrics, all al everyday low prices. Come in and visit us during our Grand Opening. FREE TAPE MEASURES TO THE FIRST 300 LADIES Sew Up Savings With These Smart In-Season Fabrics! POLYESTER CRIMPKNITS A NEW SHIPMENT OF THESE POPULAR DOUBLE KNITS WuiMoble and drip dry dresses, pan I suits, ski 60 inches wide. PER YARD lor -Is, etc 3-59 HI-LO CORDUROY JUST IN TIME FOR BACK'-TC-SCHOOL WEAR. ciualily in new 36 inches PER YARD I FORTREL AND COTTON PRINTS EASY-CARE, PERMANENT FINISH any pallerns end colors from which 10 loose. Regularly priced to 79. 45 inches wide. IR YARD............... STRETCH TERRY CLOTH Clearance of Ihis popular summer fabric. Regularly priced much higher! Colors are pink, green, aqua, yellow, 58 inches wide. PER YARD................ DISCONTINUED LINES We mus! clear these out lo in for our new fall slock. Hundred: of qualily fabrics, PER YARD ike room of yards 1 PRICE ASSORTED SUITINGS Included are polyester blends and rayon flannels in plaid designs, bonded "linen look" wools and many olhers. 54 inches or wider. 4 00 Values up to 6.9B PER YARD............ Patterns Carried: BUTTERICK McCALL SIMPLICITY STYLE VOGUE NOTION LACES, BRAIDS, TRIMMING. A large selection )o choose From GRAND OPENING SPECIAL SilkoLina LETHBRIDGE LTD. (FORMERLY FRASER'S FABRICS) 320 7th St. South PHONE 327-4400 ;