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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, July 9, 1971 AND NO STOPP1N, EITHER !f you happen to be a nut on spellinq or grammar, this is the kind of sign that catches your eye. Some people get uptight over spelling mis- takes, others don't. Proof readers ond school teachers are likely to feel a mis-spelled word is the end of the world. Your average fur trapper couldn't care less. To get an im- partial opinion. The Herald questioned Professor Paul Pedant, who has been studiously ignored by three generations of students. Prof. Pedant said, "I think they are relaxin the rules too much when they do this. They're takin the whole thing too far." Developed here New wheat licensed Dr. M. N. Grant, a research- er in plant science at the Leth- bridge Research Station, has developed a new variety of win- ter wheat which has just been licensed by the federal depart- ment of agriculture. The new variety, Sundance, will be made available in the (all to seed growers selected by the provincial seed stock committee of Alberta. In the fall of 1972 a limited quantity may be offered to the public. Sundance is described as a hard red winter wheat, equal or superior to Winaiia in hardi- ness, more resistant to shat- tering than Kharkov 22 MC, and possessing an excellent kernel. It is adapted to southern Al- berta but may be grown to some extent in southwestern Saskatchewan. The department of agricul- ture says Sundance has consis- tently outyielded Winalta and Kharkov 22 MC in tests con- ducted over the past five years. CITY FLOAT This is an artist's conception of the float that will represent lethbridge in Monday's Calgary Stampede parade. About 35 feet long and eight feet wide, the float will have a white deck, with maroon sides. Six models, waiving white tissue shakers at the crowd, will be accompanying the float to parades in Edmonton and Medicnie Hat, in addition to the Calgary parade. Local girls will be used when the float goes in the Whoop-Up Days parade. There are also plans to have the float take part in smaller Southern Alberta centres. U.N. tour stops here Saturday ASPHALT PAVING TOLtESTRUP Southern Alberta representa- tive Patricia Goslin, 16, of Claresholm will leave this weekend on the J8th annual bus tour of the United Nations in New York, sponsored by the Oddfellows and R e b e k a h Lodges. Miss Goslin antl the other Alberta representatives will meet the tour in Pincher Creek Saturday when it ar- rives from Seattle with the western U.S. and British Co- lumbia students. The bus will arrive at the THERE'S HOPE FOR THE HOOKED When a young person arrives a Spcra, ho has nowhere to qo but up. Sorpa is the unique experiment in Self-help for drug addicts run by nn ex-convict and ex-addict. And it's working succeeding where so many "oxperl" program fail. What's Sorpa's secret? Patricia Wclbourn tolls How and why Sorpa works IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Lethbridge Brewery Gardens Saturday at p.m. and the 40 students will stay at the El Rancho Motor Hotel. From Lcthbridge, the tour will stop along the route through Can- ada to Montreal to pick up stu- dents and tour spots along the way. The participants were all winners of speech contests run each community by the Oddfellows and Rebekahs. Showers forecast A risk of thunder prevails in nil of Alberta dur- ing the weekend, according to Kenyon Field weather office. The low temperature tonight is expected to be about <15 to 50 degrees and the highs tomorrow j about 70 to 75. Temperatures are expected lo range approxi- mately the same throughout Iho province. SIMPSONS-SEARS WAREHOUSE SALE CONTINUES! ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SAVINGS Fresh, Crisp Hostess Potato Chips Large 8-oz. size Reg. 59c bags New! in our candy department, delicious Hostess Potato Chips in the large party bag size. There is no better time than now to save for picnics, barbecues or just for snacking. 5 scrumptous flavors: plain, dip chips, salt and vinegar, barbecue and sour cream. In Our Candy Department H.P. Sump Pump Reg. 37 Scientific pump operates automatically as water rises. Pumps up to 3000 gals per hour at a 5 ft. lift. at a 5 ft. lift. Plumbing and Heating Ceramic Mugs and Tree k.49 Reg. W Mug tree holds 6 ceramic mugs Gold, green, brown to choose from. China Dept. Turbo-Drive Oscillating Sprinkler 8 .99 Reg. Exclusive turbo-drive motor increases water out- put and decreases the moving parts. Hardware Craftsman Grass Shears Reg. W Our best quality grass shears now at this new low price. Hardware Gallon Garbage Can Reg. ...................W Sturdy galvanized garbage can for freshness and lasting quality, lid included. Hardware Perma-Prest Sheet Clearance Reg. to Shop now and save on perma-prest sheets for the whole family. 4 attractive patterns to choose from in twin flat, twin fitted, flat or double fitted styles. All at this sensational low pricel Matching Pillow Cases 1.99 Bedding and Linen Simpsons-Sears 18 Qt. Cooler 8 .99 Reg. Light green metal cooler is fiberglass insul- ated. Has bosket-style carrying handle. Sporting Goodi Regular Motor Oil Reg. 49c qt............. QT. Non-detergent oil with natural solvent prop- erties and low carbon content for cleaner motor. Auto motives 33' Sealed Beam Head lamps Reg. to 2-lamp system, 12 volt; 2-Iamp volt; 4-lamp system Inner 4 tem OuJer Automotive! 1 .22 system, 6 -lamp sys- Men's Sock Clearance 99' Reg. Gigantic clearance of .orlon acrylic stretch socks in assorted colors. Men's Furnishings Suntan Lotion Clearance Reg. .85 and OFF off our entire stock of suntanning aids. variety of different brands, Beauty and Health Toy Dept. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thunday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Tolcphone 328-9231 Portable Cassette Tape Recorder 19" I %f Keg. Easy-to-operate recorder includes 1 blank cassette, microphone and 4 'C batteries. Television Dept. Stainless Steel Flatwear Set Reg. TT 24-pce. stainless steel set beautifully design- ed in complete service for six. Jewellery Bath Mat Set Reg. Includes toliet seat cover and bath mat In moss green, gold, lilac, pink. Bedding and Linen Girls' Shrink Proof Briefs Reg. to pkg. 1 ,33 Long wearing assortment of briefs in whlta only sizes 8-14. Ladies' Wear 8ft. Galvanized Slide n.99 l-pce. galvanized in Droil design. Sturdy zinc metal steps. ;