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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THI lETHBRlDGf HIRALD Tuesday, July 10, 1973 EATON'S RECOR BREAKIN SAVE to on these DOOR-OPENING SPECIALS Long Sleeve Shirts Just in time for "Whoop-up Days" wear. Assortment of long sleeve shirts In prints and Fabrics are cotton, rayon, and polyester. Sizes small, C QQ Q QQ medium, large............EACH to 9.99 Sportswear, Main Floor Denim and Cord Pants Rodeo time special on denim and cord pants. Styles include flares, split knee and cuffs. Brown, blue, rust, wine, green, in sizes 9 to 13, and 10 to Women's Sportswear, Main Floor Women's Belts Just right to top your cords end jeans. Novelty designs in leathers and plastics. Fashion colors. Approximately EACH 1-50 to 3.00 Sportswear, Main Fleer wide. Summer Hats Price! A great assortment of summer hats in straws and fabrics. Styles include small brims, large brims, peak caps, and cloches. White and O QQ C QQ pastels.................. EACH tim99 to 9m99 Millinery, Main Floor Trimfit Panty Hose Women's sheer panty hose of 100% stretch nylon with reinforced panty. It's shaped by the contours ef your body. Assorted colors of Tan, Illusion, Taupe, MidnUe, Chiffon, Navy, or Brown. Petite medium, or g O AQ medium toll..................... prs. Hosiery, Main Floor Handbags A variety of handbags all reduced. Summer straws in many colors, and styles. Darker bags in simulated leathers and tote bags, shoulder bags, or 4 9 A 4 A A A regular handles.........EACH to IU.VU Handbags, Main Floor Girls' Summer Coat Price! Out they 90, lightweight summer coats in assorted styles and colors and fabrics. C A 4 O C A Sizes 7 to 14...........EACH to 1 Girlr Wear, Main Floor Little Girls' Summer Coats-Half Price! A final clearance of girls' summer coats in assorted styles, fabrics, and colors. 4 7K C AQ Sizes 4 to 6x............. EACH 9m I W to Girls' Wear, Main Fleer Children's Raincoats-Half Price! Waterproof wear for children in assorted prints and styles of tough wearing vinyl. 4 9A 1 OQ Sizes 4 to 6x.............EACH I to I m99 Children's Wear, Main Fleer Little Boys' Coat Clearance-Half Price! Limited quantity of little boys' coats and coat and hat sets in assorted styles and colors. A CA 7 CA Sizes 2 to 3x.............EACHt-W to I Soys' Wear, Main Fleer Infants' Dressing Price! Five onlyl Dress and chest with laminated vinyl top and drawer Thick plastic foam pad with strap to hold baby. Chromium-plated tubular'steel 4 A legs. EACH hi Fund' Wear, Main Fleer Girls' Sliira-Half Price! Sueded look 100% cotton washable slims with flare legs QQ' PAIR lf InfltR in brown and beige tone. Sizes 7 to T4............ Girls' Swimwear A nice selection ef one end two piece bathing suits for girls. Sizes 7 to 14. Asserted colon end 4 CQ styles............................. EACH I Girls' Wear, Main Fleer Girls' Summer Dresses and Pant Sets' Half Price! Here's exciting value in little girls' summer dress and pent sets in assorted styles, fabrics ji 50 Q AA end colors. Sizes 2 to ex. EACH to Girts' Wear, Main Floor Women's Summer Off! Popular summer sandals made in Holy end Brazil. Assorted styles and patterns to choose from with composition or leather soles. Sling back styles, open toes. Colors of whits' or brown. Sizes 7 to 10 collectively. C QQ AH Seles Final..................... PAIR 9m99 FOOnNT0Orr rnOlR rfOOf Teens' Price! Stylish footwear in discontinued styles of or ties. Popular extended platform urethone soles end heels. Suede or vinyl uppers. Assorted multi colon. Sizes 7 to 10 collectively. 8.49.11.49 All Sales Final...........PAIR Children's Vinyl Sandals-Half Price! Sturdy moulded vinyl sandals in T strap and buckle style. One piece sole and heel. Brown only in sizes 7 to 1..............PAIR 99ft Children's Sheet, Main Fleer Men's Dress Boots-Half Price! Make big savings here en men's dress boots with soft sup- ple leather uppers, and composition soles, with popular side zipper closing. Brown only in sixes 7 to 11 collectively. ....................PAIR 9 rwOfwwipf Moln Work Straw Hats Cool straws for work. Well ventilated. In two western or pinch front. Natural shade. EACH Men's Wear, Main Fleer Men's Polo Shirts Three styles to choose from. Made from comfortable, easy- care terry cloth, in colors of navy, white, yellow, and Wue. All have short sleeves. Small, medium, large or extra large...................... EACH Men's Wear, Main Fleer Men's Brevets low rise brevets by Stanfields. 80% caftan, 20% QQrf nylon. Assorted colors. EACH 99ft Wear, Main Fleer Clearance of Boys' Jackets Summer jackets by Tee Kay and Utex, are priced to clear in a hurry. Fashioned of brushed cotton and cord-suede, colors of blue, navy, brown and grey. Sizes 8 to 18...................... Beys' Wear, Main Fleer Boys' Jackets Here's a chance to save en boys' jackets. The auter shell is made of hard-wearing nylon, with zipper front closing and pockets. Collar, wrist, and waist bands are of knit fabric in red, white and blue. Jacket bodies are 4 CA in red or blue. Sizes 8 to 1S...........EACH 9mwV Beyf Wear, Main Hear Pot of Gold Chocolates An always popular chocolate and at a special price too. Moirs Pot ef Gold features fruit cordials, nut meats, cara- mels, and crvnehies in tasty varieties. All covered 4 with delicious chocolate. 1 Ib. box......EACH a Desert Flower Hand and Body Lotion limited quantity available at this special price. This popu- lar lotion by Shulton contains rich moisturizers that will work fast to soften, smooth and protect your skin. 4 OO 24 ez. size. ........................EACH Sundries, Toiletries, lower Fleer Cushions-Half Price! We have taken this group of asserted decorator cushions right from our regular stock and reduced them to half-price for this promotion. All are square in shape in a wide variety of fabrics and 4 QQ f" colors.................. EACH White Ram Sweaters Beautiful sports sweaters from White Ram. Fashioned from mohair and wool, with long sleeves, collar, and 3 buttons at neck. Assorted 4 tt CC colors............................ 1ACH IO.O5I Women's Tennis Dresses-Half Price! Eight different styles to pick from in a large size range from 6 to 16. Of white fortrel with attractive trinv Heroes a chance to save............... EACH ta I WIIIWIVW II till. V 4.49 8.99 Men's Golf Pants-Half Price! Save helf on men's golf pentsl Houndstooth check in as- sorted colors. Newest flare leg styling. Full size range. PAW Topher Tee Shirts-Half Price! Made ef polyester and cotton with neck dosing and collar. Choose from five different shades, in small, medium, large or extra targe. Patio and floor Cushions Petio end floor cushions fer stocking end benches. 100% solid foam sturdy plesttc covers ere permanently resilient to weather and stains. QQ Size 16" x 16" EACH Austrian Third Off! Austrian festoons made ef sheer polyester voile. Each panel has 10" wide swegs end nine inch bottom ruffle rod pocket headings. Wesh end drip dry. Assorted decorator colors end sizes. CltAtlMO AT OFF MOVUft Ptltt Moifi Floor PERSONA! SHOPPING ONLY- WEDNESDAY Till Fuel shortages may hit flights MONTREAL (CP) Aviation fuel shortages have reached a stage in the United States where they may soon affect Air Canada's scheduling of charter flights to the U.S., an airline spokesman says. John Sosnkowski, Air Can- ada's manager of petroleum purchasing, said the airline's charters to U.S. points could be the first affected, particularly flights to places where the air- line does not have standing fuel supply contracts. "So far the, fuel shortage has. not affected our scheduled serv- ices "but we're concerned about' that he said. "The situation may get worse before it starts to get better and as an immediate step we have formed a committee to analyse the "It is not out of the question that we may have to start thinking in terms of adjusting our schedule to the availability of fuel" Mr. Sosnkowski said it seems unlikely any widespread dis- ruption of charters will result in the near, future but the airline might have to take such meas- ures as consolidating certain flights, making extra fuel stops or otter arrangements. Steps were taken some time Canada protested U.S. objection to peace move OTTAWA (CP) American rejection of a Canadian .-peace initiative in 1966 was protested in a "very effective Sen- ator Paul Martin said Monday. Senator Martin, now Senate government leader and external affairs minister from 1963 to 1968, was commenting on his re- collections of the dispatch 'of former diplomat Chester Run- ning twice to North Vietnam in 1966 to attempt to fashion a ceasefire in the Vietnam war. Senator Martin said there was U.S. hesitation to the Canadian initiative which "I can well un- but Canada had been in a special position to ac- cept the invitation of the late President Johnson to any nation to do what it could in finding a path to peace there. It was a member of the three-nation In- Control Commission for one thing, with representa- tion in Hanoi. "It is all very well for the U.S. to say now that it didn't have confidence in Mr. Ron- be said. "But be was our choice and not theirs and he was a good choice." After the first Bonning trip in March, be reported the North would agree to peace dis- cussions if the U.S. halted bombing of the North. REPORTS DIFFER Senator Martin added that it is important to note that cur- rent news reports of that period are based on a "U.S. version which in many unporant par- ticulars does not correspond to our record." The Toronto Globe and Mafl has been publishing material which adds detail to informa- tion made public in 1971 and last January in the Pentagon papers, a record of the Vietnam war compiled by the U.S. de- fence department and leaked to U.S. newspapers. A portion dealing with Cana- dian peace initiatives starting in 1964 was made public last January at the trial of Daniel Elteberg, charged with having made the Pentagon report pub- lic. Mr. Ronning's trips to Hanoi became known publicly in Washington at the time via the state department and it became common knowledge that vtne state department had brushed aside what be and Senator Mar- tin still regard as in important North Vietnamese concession that might have led to talks. The U.S. launched heavy bombing of North Vietnamese petroleum facilities shortly after the second Ronnmg trip- just as they had bombed Hanoi for the first time earlier when Premier Alezei Kosygin of the Soviet Union was there on what U.S. sources said was a peace- Mr. Banning says his infor- mation was not acted upon until President Johnson, on the eve of the 1968 presidential elec- tions, halted bombing of North VietnamuoconditionaUy. Vietnam unconditionally. But Richard Nixon's victory brought about a revision in that decision. Senator Martin said Monday he spent more time on the Viet- nam problem in his 4% as external affairs 'minister than on any other. Dispatch of Mr. Ronnmg had been his idea and one he discussed with the late Lester Pearson, then prime minister. On that first visit, Mr. Ron- ning "brought back some infor- mation which I still believe was important that wasn't negative." But the second visit, as tiie Pentagon papers version says, was "unproductive." "That was not our fault Senator Martin said. "We certainly depreciated any escalation following his visit and I said so in a very effective way." Senator Martin said that view was made privately to the U.S." Bigger election scandal in 1960? WASHINGTON (AP) Re- publicans smarting under the lash of the Watergate affair frequently point to the 1960 presidential election and say there may have been a bigger scandal ton. "Tne dirtiest trick you can play in politics is to steal a presidential onetime Republican presidential nomi- nee Barry Gokiwater has said. In I960, Richard Nixon lost the presidency by an eyelash to John F. Kennedy, and some Re- publicans clam to this day that voting fraud in Illinois and Texas made the difference. "When there is allegation of a stolen election in the United States of America in I960, when there were vote frauds that conceivably couM have affected who was president, I think that is a pretty serious Republican National Chairman George Bush said recently. CLAIM RESTRAINT Some Republicans are also saying they -were more re- strained about I960 than the Democrats are about Water- gate. "I remember President Nixon at the time said be -wasn't going to reopen Bush said. But the Republicans did push the I960 charges for a while un- der the prod of Thruston Mor- ton, then party chairman. By the time Nixon disavowed the effort, most hope of success bad been given up. What was at stake in 1980 was, literally, the presidency. li Illinois' 27 electoral votes and Texas' 24 had shifted, Nixon would have won the White House instead of Kennedy. Some segments of the press, principally fee New York Her- ald Tribune, pursued it just as vigorously as the Watergate scandal was probed last fall State and federal grand juries investigated. And evidence of fraud or irregularities was found. Science medal for Albertan OTTAWA (CP) Two lists and a sociologist have re- ceived medals of the Royal Society of Canada for contribu- tions to the advancement of sci- ence. The society said in a news re- lease that the recipients also re- ceived awards. They are: Bertram Neville Brockbonse, a physicist at McMaster University in Ham- fltoc; Jean-Charles Falardeau, 59, a sociologist at Laval Uni- versity in Quebec City, and ge- ologist Raymond Thoretemsson, 52, of Calgary, who for the last 28 years has been mapping Can- ada's North, Suit dropped against Flip LOS ANGELES f AP) A woman who said Flip Wilson bad defrauded her and com- mitted assault and battery on her has dropped suits seeking million in damages from the comedian. Tfae suits, which said Sylvia Davis had been a personal and professional as- sociate of Wilson for 16 years, were withdrawn by her lawyer wbo said: "All aspects of the misunderstanding have been >unicably resolved." ago to cut down on aircraft fuel consumption by lowering cruis- ing epesds slightly. The airline has guaranteed fuel supplies at international airports fa U.S. cities where it flies scheduled runs but on charter flights to other airports it must rely on available do- mestic U.S. fuel. In cities like Las Vegas, a popular charter destination, the airline must check in advance that fuel will be available be- fore sending a charter flight there, an airline spokesman said. "We have some charters lined up for locations where, on pa- per, we don't have any guaran- teed supply of Kir. Sos- nkowski said. "We can be re- fused completely." Air Canada buys fuel from: refineries in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Although Montreal supplies are not a problem, the airline "feels the limitations" in the rest of Canada. Air Canada, which to use some 360 million imperial gallons of fuel this year, atoo faces the problems of rising fuel costs. Mr. Sosnkowski said the air- line has already been hit by in- creases ranging from 10 to 70 per cent. Since November, these in- creases have added more than million to the airline's 1978 fuel bill, expected to reach SM million by the end of the year. Air Canada's 1972 fuel bin was million. Centre of legal battle Carrie Feldstefn, the girl who is involved in a court battle over her custody, celebrates her fourth birthday in Toronto with Carl and Mary Feldsteitv The couple have her since she was 10 days old. Recently Carrie's mother was awarded custody by the court but the Fold- steins are keeping her pending an appeal. Laporte in debt when murdered Lap- orte, former Quebec labor and immigration minister, left 000 in debts at the time of his death in October, 1970, a spokesman for Finance Minister Raymond Garneau said Mon- day. The spokesman for Finance Minister Raymond Garneau said Monday. The spokesman also said that the Quebec Liberal party paid debts of accumulated by Mr. Laporte during the pro- vincial election in April, 1970. Mr. Garneau said during the weekend that if Mr. Laporte had had any links with organ- ized crime, be did not sen how he could have left such sizeable debts. Justice Minister Jerome Cho- quette revealed Thursday that a now decreased Liberal minister had been linked in police ffles to organized crime. He confirmed to the national assembly the existence of a Ike report on a tween a now-deceased Lfteral cabinet minister and two under- world figures two weeks before the April, 1970, provincial elec- tion. Robert Burns, Parti Que- becois house leader, later said outside the legislature that the minister involved was Mr. Lap- orte. At the time of the meet- ing, Mr. Laporte was the IA- eral member of the national as- sembly for Chambly riding. Premier Robert Bourassa has said that at the time he chose Ms cabinet in 1970 be had no knowledge of such a meeting and still has no proof of wrongdoing on the part of Mr. Laporte who was murdered by terrorists in the kidnap crisis October, 1970. WANTED PART TIME HBP Person for Balk Plant and Service Station Write Box 45, Herald FOR SALE Located on South Parkside Drive Facing the Golf Course A ranch style bungalow with masontte siding and brick trim, 5 bath end half, shower both downstairs, open beam, -walnut panelling end cabinets, sun- deck off dinette, 901 torch on deck, front ond reor concrete drive, built-in dishwasher, washer ond dryer on main floor, dining room, fireplace, plus many other great features. CONTACT DON ROY............... 327-7661 NICK KUCHESAN............ 327-4840 GEORGE SCOTT, F.8.1......... 327-2783 MORRIS PASHKOW1CK 328-5648 VINCENT HARTY........... 327-0492 CANADA TRUST REALTOR Phone 327-tSSI 3rd end 7rti St. S.f Uthbndgs, Alberta ;