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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fHI LETHBRIDG! HERALD Thursday, July f, 1770 Wootco 0 u o o 0 y O O Thursday Evening, Friday annd Saturday Quantifies Limited We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities CRIMPKNIT DRESS LENGTHS 1U yard lengths. Assorted soft pastel shades and bright colors to choose from. Fully washable. Reg. Woolco Price 6.64. NOW 4.99 MEN'S SUEDE CASUAL SHOES Tie and slip on styles. Sizes: 7 to 12. Reg. Woolco Price 7.97. NOW 6.38 LADIES' 2-PIECE COTTON PEIGNOIR SETS Sleeveless and short sleeve styles. Floral prints. Yellow, Blue, Pink Sizes Reg. Woolco Price 3.77 to 4.77 O o 0 u O 0 2.50 MEN'S STANF1ELD KNITS 50% cotton and 50% fortrel. Short sleeves, mock turtle neck. Fully washable. Sizes Small, Medium and Large. Reg. Woolco Price NOW O o 1J7 BOYS' VEST AND PANT SETS 100% cotton and fully washable, pood selection of stripes, checks and fancy designs. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. Woolco Price 9.95. NOW 6.77 GAZEBO 8 sided building with screened walls and floral candpy top. Slid- ing doors. Idea for eating outdoors or just relaxing. Protects you and your food from mosquitoes, flies and other insects. Reg. Woolco Price NOW GIRLS7 DRESSY AND AIL-WEATHER COATS Vinyl, Nylon and cloth styles. Si7es 7 to 14. An excellent value at this low, low price. Reg. Wooleo Price to 19.76 55 INFANTS' CAN'V'EES RUNNING SHOES Boot style. Black only. Sizes: 6 to 10. Reg. Woolce Price 1.66. NOW O O n O O n O FROM THE SMOKE SHOP ASSORTED GAMES 0 U 0 0 0 u O o o u large selection of gamei for any age group. EACH WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (AITA.) ITD. A Division of the Dominion Citrui Co. ltd. V05 HAIRSPRAY Id-ounce tin with o bonus fin. Reg. Woolco Price 2.47. NOW 1.99 4 PASSENGER LAWN SWINGS Sturdy all metal construction. Reg. Woolco Price 39.86 NOW 19.88 ASSORTED CHOCOLATE WAFERS Choose from cocoanut sfusres, mint fudge and crispy crunches, IB. .67 LADIES CAN'V'EES RUNNING SHOES White, Natural or Light Blue. Sizesi t, to 10. Reg. Woolco Pries 1.97. NOW 1.58 BRENTWOOD KNAPSACKS Ideal for scouting, camping and hik- jng. Mads of Cotton duck with ad- justable harness, full adjustable tie- string and extra volume cargo pocket. Points of strain are bar- tacked. Reg. Woolco Price 2.47 to 3.47 NOW 1.99 SWIM MASKS Protects eyes and nose. Provides full clear vision. Adjustable strap mat will not slip. Lightweight for comfort and swimming ease. Reg. Woolco Price 3.87. NOW n O O O n O 2.99 "SWINGER" SHAG Dupont iOl Nylon. Two lone pile. Traffic rated heavy. Choice of 12 decorator colors. Reg. Woolco Price A 12.95 sq. yd. NOW O o n O O o Crops Doing Well OTTAWA (CP) Crop devel- opment and growing conditions are good generally on farms across Canada, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics said Wednesday in a regular field- crops report. Information telegra p h e d by correspondents across the coun- try shows some pockets of slow development due either to ex- cessive moisture, as in the Mar- itimes, or not enough rain, as in the Peace River district of northern Alberta. On tlie Prairies crop develop- ment was reported good almost everywhere but in the Peace Hiver area. However, there is heavy weed infestation in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan where spraying op- erations have been hindered by weather conditions. Leaf rust has infected wheat in southern Manitoba and south- eastern Saskatchewan, although the disease has not yet hit the Manitou and Neepawa varieties. The bureau says no stem rust nor oat rust have been observed in commercial fields. First firm estimates of Prai- rie acreages sown to wheat and other crops are scheduled for July 16, a day later than origi- nally planned, because of a cen- tennial holiday in Manitoba. ALBERTA Good rain in southern and central areas of Alberta in mid- June and at the beginning of July significantly improved the crop outlook. Conditions now are excellent with the exception of the Peace River area where dry weather in May and June slowed growth. In contrast to Manitoba and Saskatchewan weed spraying now is about 70- per-cent complete. Precipitation in the three Prairie provinces has been above average and tempera- tures about normal. Total rainfall in Manitoba from April 1 to Monday mea- sured 8.75 inches compared with a normal 6.75 inches. In Saskat- chewan, rainfall was 7.65 inches in the period, up from a normal 5.68. Alberta's rainfall mea- sured 7.18 inches compared with the normal 5.98. MANITOBA The late-seeded crop contin- ues to advance rapidly under warm, moist conditions. Fall rye is ripening and early-seeded cereals are heading. Rapeseed and mustard are in bloom and flax is just starting to blossom. Spraying has been delayed by rainfall and wind. Haying is general with average yields re- ported. SASKATCHEWAN All seeding is finished and crops are thick and vigorous, al- though one or two weeks behind normal. Wheat is 10 inches high and some in the southwest cor- ner of Saskatchewan is in head. Coarse grains, rapeseed, flaxseed and rye are in good shape. The hay crop is good al- though rain has 'hindered har- vesting. BRITISH COLUMBIA Warm, dry weather is general over the entire province and crop growth is progressing sat- isfactorily. On the coast, vegeta- ble production is in full swing. Haying is complete on the first cutting and pastures are re- ported in good condition except on lighter soils. O O FRIDAY 3 P.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) KLEENEX JUMBO PACK NAPKINS targe family size. Reg. Woolccj Prico .53 2 for .86 SATURDAY 10 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) LADIES' AND TEENS' ALL WEATHER COATS Nylon, vinyl and cloth styles. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. Woolco Price to 29.76 NOW Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 O o n O p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to I p.m.; p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jobless At Calgary Is 'Highest9 CALGAHY (CP) Few em- ployment opportunities and an influx of people looking for jobs has more than doubled the number of unemployment in- surance claims in the Calgary region. At the end of June, peo- ple were collecting through the Calgary office compared with 3.437 at the same time last year. Ted Palmer, local manager, said here that 300 new claim- ants arrived at the start of the week "probably the highest intake we have ever had in one summer day." "We have no fewer regular claimants tlian we had at the peak of winter One of the reasons for the in- crease in claims has been good publicity about the Calgary eco- nomy which has brought many people to the city, Mr. Palmer said. Giant July Clearance of Men's Short Sleeve Knit Shirts Assortment of sfyies including the popu- lar mock turtle, plus the classic collar style golf short and more. Fabrics of tex- Jurized nylon, acrylic yarns, cotton ferry cloths, cotton blends. Your choice of stripes, neat patterns, plain iones. All permanent press sport shirts. Short sleeves, long point soft collars. Large assortment of plain shades with con- trast stitching, plain shade chambrays and woven neat checks. Colours; blue, rust, green, navy, orange, maize, mint. Boys' Short Sleeve Sport Shirts All permanent press in blended polyester and cotton fabrics. Wide selection of colours. Sizes 8 to ]o. Solid shades, checks, patterns. Reg. Woolco Price 1.93. EACH I I Boys' Knitted Shirts Mock turtle, V-neck styles and rank tops. Regular and permanent press fabrics. All fully washable. Solid shade body with trim or all oyer stripes. S, M, L, XL, various colors. Reg. Woolco Price 2.98. EACH Boys' Oufing Shorts Permanently pressed, 52% polyester 48% polynosic. All round loops, two front and one hip pocket. Assorted shades sizes 8 to 16. Reg. Woolco Price 1.97 and 2.88. EACH I FAMED ARTIST DIES LONDON (AP) Dame Laura Knight, 92, whose paint- ings of circus and theatre life were internationally know n, died at her London home Wednesday. Her career as an artist spanned fa years. She was still working at her death. 2 ,or 'Super Summer Sole, is a total Woolco effort to bring you a month of outstanding values. Spec- ially picked, specially priced to suit your family budget. BOYS' SAFARI VESTS Syedine fabric. Made by Knicker-Bocker. Four button closure and all-around belt. Colors of Beige, Brass and Toupe. Sizes 8 to 18. Reg. Woolco Price 6.95. EACH BOYS' ALL-WEATHER JACKETS Permanent press fabric. Water repellent and washable. Raglan sleeves. Incomplete size and colour range. Reg. Woolco Price 4.88. EACH 2.99 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to i> p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p m Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday i a.m. lo 6 p.m. College Shopping Moll 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;