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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuosclny, Auguil 24, 1971 NDP adopts broad platform for WINNIPEG li'I1'1 The New would he a ligurchcad and his lion included establishment of a Democratic !ia The scr.rch has boon abandoned for (he Inniie.s of four American j climbprs mislmd by an Bal- ance en Mount Si. Elias near the Yukon Alaska bonier. An RCMP .spokesman said H would now be impossible lo find Ihc elimbers under Ions of buried ilicm awn after Ihcy set out In diir.b Ilio 1B.OOO foot peal: early this month. At an i nqn csl at llamcs .hmelion, inn miles norllmost of here, deallis of John Hull M. I of Portland, Ore.. Slanley Ad am son, 27. of Oakridf-e, Tcnn., bi.s n'ifp. Lucille, 27, and Susan .lean Decry, 21. of Ijm.c- W.-ifli., ruled arri- Snip survivor was K-year-old j Leslie who came out .ilonc lo send a radio distress call. and quicker cash values with Maoulife 25, the "spacial advantages" Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative. MANUFACTURERS LIFE vicliius nuii.Mii 101, i, jiii _ ROMP Unlay idenlified Iwn Mjns killed .SVdtirday niRlii in a sinillc-vcliiele ai'Cidenl III miles noilh of here. The victims identified as Arnolfl William of Dnimlinller and S.vlvoMoi- Usipuik, of r.-nnplidl lliirr H.f. The died uhen I heir car appnrcnlly missed a Inni and crashed into a clilch. NEW GAME Spain is Hie name of .Toan new game. Tlic Ilrilish ac- ti'css, pliotograplied at Lon- don aii-pnrj, is her home hase [rom England lo Malaga on Spain's soulliern Mediterranean eoasl. Many crops ripen prematurely IMUJAIiV (IT) Ilari'Ml- inK started in parls o[ Albcrla and many crops were ripening pri'ninluruly because- of h u t weather, Ihu A I b c r I a Wheat Fool said loday in its report [or Uic week ended Aug. 21. Minor delays were caused by liejit sealtered showers in some central ami DOi-iliem areas while heavy showers, aecoin- panied by had, damaged .stands and delayed crop maturity in the. northeast. Rainfall Aug. 22 and was loo late to help [he current crop but fanners were able to start seeding fall crops which had boon d e 1 a y e d by persistent drought conditions. Swathing or hariey and rape- seed was under way ill all re- gions lint progress was delayed in Ihc north because of v.'ct fields and badly lodged stands. Swelling Hearing comple- tion in the southeast except for flax. Nearly 20 per cent of t h c wheat had been cut and swath- ing of oilier crops was about Finally has his old socks after lapse of 30 years MONTREAL (CPl Aimc Laforcsl finally lias liis socks 30 years after he forgot them in England. "ll's fantastic.11 he said. "My own mother wouldn't keep :in old pair of socks for that bug.1' In during the Second World War, Mr. Latorest w-as billeted will the Blair family in for Iwo weeks but left a pair of dirty slocks behind when he was trans- ferred in a hurry. Earlier this summer, after being out of work for a couple of months, he slaiicri remem- bering the old days and the fact that .Mr. Dlair had a pe- troleum company. "t'd forgotten about Ihc socks. I jusl w.-.nled lo renew acquaintances and find out what had happened lo Lhem in all these years.'' The next Ibing he knew was a wire service news item tell- ing him Mrs. Blair was send- ing Ihe socks hut hr.d forgot- ten airmail postage. Lasl week they arrived Since lie was disfhargral from the Canadian Army in 19-15, Mr. Laforest slowly for- got about (he war when "the people in England went out of their way for people like me." Mr. Laforest is 51 now, but has been saying he's 43 in order lo get work. At the last job, they found out the truth after a year and a half and let Mr. Lat'orcst go. normal with oats at 12 per cent, barley 25 per cent and rape seed 15 per cent completed. Threshing completions w ere about equal lo last year at this time with eight per cent of wheat, 10 per cent of liarlev and three per cent of rapcseed completed. Potential yields in Ihe prov- ince were reduced by a combi- nation of prolonged heat and drought conditions and insect infestation. Prclirrjnary esti- mate.1; indicated yields of. 2S.5 bushels an acre for wheat will) last year's 27.7 bushels. Production of oats and flax was expected to be below the 1970 crop but there should be incrciised production of barlev and rapesccd due to expanded acreages Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance pnncii to shrink hemorrhoids...ami repair damn god (issue. A rcnov.'ncd in-uiuuc [bum! ;i licnimi: suh- suuicc viiih the nhiliiy 10 shrink hcinnrrlimds p.'iink'snly. li vc- licsus itchinj: ;iml in niinulcs unit up uf llit- inlhmul One hciuurLlioidal his- lory JlfiL-r ri-'pnj !uil "very sinking improu-mail." pi'umpfly ;nul [cnilly reliuwil icilnciinn or rcl r iii-lion ('slii ink took pljice. And most improvcmcni was mainlined in cii.scs ttJirrc clinical oKscnulions ccmlinucj over a ptrknl of many moniJjs. PurlhcrJiiorc, ihcse Icsls and were m.ide on pnlicnis .T variety of licinnrrhpidnl condi- tions. All this was acconipliilicd v.iili a hcalin? subslnnce (Bio- Dyne) uliiili quickly helps lieal injured uells and stimulates tissue. IJio-Dyncis oil'i-reil in ointment ami supposi- tory lonn called Prep a nil ion IT. Jn lo iicmnJIy .shrink- liL-mori'lunik, Pic pa ml ion H Jtiln idles- ;iml Juki's cliinina- IMII k-ss painful. H helps prevent inlLvtion is u ciiusc el liemoirliokls. Just :i'.k your druggist for Picpnraiion II Suppositories or I'lcparation II Ointment (with a spCL-ial uppljcplcirj, Satisfaclion or your money refunded. Preparation [T] dnesday Mornin SIMPSONS-SEARS Wednesday Specials on "til Personal Shopping Only Please Quality Broom Rake JCTT Reg. 51.89 Our besl quality broom rake with solid wood handle and flexible mnlal lines. 6 Cup Pyrex Tea Pot Key. l gloss consfruclion lea pof will? stainless sleel Sleel heal spreader included. Housewares One Size Pantyhose Z' O Special Buy 5 pairs for 2.95 and lor just one penny you get another pair! Honey Beige, Hazy Grey, Hint 'O Brown. Hosiery Badminton Volleyball Sets 6 99 Reg, S 4 player sol in clucks ncl, raekels, birdies, volley- ball (wi'.li pump and needle) and com pie !e rules and regulations. Spotting Goods 4-Pc-e. Pyrex Bowl. Set QQ Reg. J S Avocado in color, set includes one each of 123- 3Z., 43-oz., and 8-nz. bowls. Housewares 6 Cup Pyrex Percolator Reg. Make fresh to sling coffee tvrry lime, wilh pyrox (Here's no problem. With si eel hoot spreader. Hausewnres Ladies' Cotton Tops 2 99 Now fcJ J _J Super liltlo lops For ihose summer days slill ahead. Blue, Gold, Navy, Rusl, Green. Ladfes' Accessories One Size Bobby Socks 3 1.79 While nylon bobby socks stretch lo fit everyone. Greal slacks or skirls. Hosiery r Coater Set Reg. 53.98 1 0 -I- J fun luring deluxe handle and adjustable tension sleeve. Complete wild can opener, and roller cleaning aid. Paint Department Ladies' Bathing Suits Reg. to Clioose from 1 piece, 2 piece or bikini slylings. Many colors and prinls. Sires 10-16. Also 5.99. ladies' Sportswear Ladies' Summer Sportswear 4.66 Great selection of Hoi Panls, shorts and jamaicai in a variety of colors, fabrics and sizes Reg. to Ladies' Sportswear Acrylic Latex Exterior Paint Reg. 7.99 One coal while latex has lough acrylic resins lo increase flcxabililv ana" pro lee (ion. Ladies' Shoe Bonanza Move yourself a footwear fling rliis fftU gnt oil the new shoes you nucd for (he coniint] season and rnally Our colli-t hun n-.r.nrlnd ilylns, hr-cl heights and colors. Sues 5-10 collect- Rotj. Cat. Pricn Frolfclcing fool wear for Ass a r low and chunky heeled .slylcs in a rainbow of fashion tolars. Leather uppers. Composition sales. 5 to 10 collixlivoly. Reg. Cnl, Prieo Catalogue Orders Taken Until Wednesday. Dial 328-6611. 51ORE HOURS- Open Dnily 9 n.m. ID p.m. Wnclnnsdny 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday ond Fridny 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Coniro Villnqo, 13lh St. ond 2nd Ave. N. ;