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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI ItTHBRIDGE HCTAID Wednesday, July 11, 1973 WOOLCO SUMMER Men's Sport and Dress Shirts YOUR CHOICE Boys1 Assorted Shirts Your Choice Big Buy of Manufacturers End-of-Lines and Old Stock Enable Us to Pass on Exceptional Savings in Wide Selection of Short Sleeve Styles. 14J4 S-M-L. and XL. Must Go to Make Way for New Arrivals! Knit and Sports Shirts in Variety of Fabrics and Popular Styles! Buy and Save! Men's Nylon Shells of 100% nylon. Wind and water re- pellant with a zipper front and elastic cuffs. Regular and cadet collars. Sizes EACH 2.99 HUM'S Knit Shirts Short sleeve) styling. Choose from a wide variety ef styles and fabrics including terry doth, blends and knits. EACH 3.99 Men's Wool Dress Pants Made of 100% virgin wool in. the popu- lar flare leg styling. With a bar roll waist. Sizes 29-42. EACH 9.99 Young Men's Pant Clearance Choose from a large selection of cordu- roy or brushed cotton. Come in -flora leg, and split knee styles. Broken size range. EACH Mini's Sport Shirts Choose from a variety of material in plains or patterns. Long sleeve styling. Sizes S.M.L and XL EACH Men's White Jeans Choose from popular brand names as Lewis, Wrangler and laurentian jeans. Flare leg and bag styling. 8.99 EACH Men's Dress Pants Made of 100% polyester with flare leg, completely washable and needs no iron- ing. Variety of plain shades. Sizes 30- EACH Men's Dress Pants of 100% polyester with a flare leg styling. Choose from assorted pat- terns. Sizes 30-42. EACH Boys' Pant Clearance Many assorted styles and fabrics. Fea- tures are flare leg, split knee and zip- per front closing. Broken size range. EACH Young Men's Dress Bags Made of wool. They come in a variety of plaid patterns. Sizes 26-36. EACH Men's Swim Trunks Mads of assorted fabrics. Short leg styl- ing. Assorted plains and patterns. 3.1 EACH Men's Swim Trunks Choose from assorted materials and styles. Comes in assorted plains or pat- terns. Sizes S.M.I. EACH 2.57., 2 Men's Walking Shorts Manufactured by one of Canada's leading manufacturers. Constructed in a 100% polyester doubleknit in assorted plains and shades. Sizes 30-38. EACH Men's Walking Shorts Featured in a smart 100% polyester double knit. Comes in the latest short length styling. Assorted plain shades. Sizes 30-38. EACH 6.55 Boys' Walking Shorts Constructed in a polyester and cotton blend, perma press. Choose from assorted plains or patterns. Adjustable waist styling. Size EACH 3.5 7 or 2 for nng. Boys' Knit Shirts Choose from assorted styles and ma- terials. Come in a variety of colors. Sizes 8-16. EACH 2.57., 2 Boys' Knit Shirts Choose from a wide variety of styles and materials. Come in assorted colors. Sizes 8-16. EACH 2.97 Men's Sport Jackets Constructed in a fashionable 100% cotton or Comes in a smart seer- sucker styling. Assorted patterns, olio ma- chine woshoble. 24 34-42. EACH Men's Shrink Baseball Jackets Choose from a wide assortment of styles and materials. Comes in assorted smart checks or plaids. Sizes 36-44. EACH 7.99 Boys' Knit Shirts Constructed in, a rugged 100% cotton crew neck styling. Available in pullover or plaquet front. Sizes S.M.UXL EACH 1.57 Boys' Sport Shirts Short sleeve styling, made of polyester and cotton blend. Long part collars. Perma press in a variety cf plain shades. Sizes 8-16. EACH 1.93 Boys' Sport Shirts Short sleeve styling. Made of a poly- ester and cotton blend. Perma press in a variety of assorted Sizes 8-16. QA EACH I. Boys' Swhnwear Choose from an assortment of fabrics and coiors. Variety of styles. Sizes 8-16. EACH 1.57 Boys' Myfoi Jackets Made of 100% nylon with zipper front, concealed hood and cadet collar. Sizes 8-18. EACH 1.99 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We reserve the right to limit quantities. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF THE MR. wooLWORTH co. uMrrcol IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Appeals to Nixon Sen, Edward Gurney Herman Talmadge (D-Ga.) appear on ABC's "Issues and in Washington. Talmadge urged President Nixon to consider his decision not to appear before the Senate Watergate Committee, of which both Senators are mem- bers. Japan appoints former diplomat U.S. ambassador By KOICHIISHIYAMA TOKYO (AP) Taskesbi Yasukawa says his appointment as the new Japanese dor to the United States was to him an unexpected ment. Only last year Yasukawa was stripped of his title as deputy vice-foreign minister because of a scandal in his office. It involved the copyiy, by his secretary of foreign ministry documents dealing Dentists discuss problems SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Many persons could stop gam- bling away their teeth by using such new devices as soft ny- lon toothbrush that is jiggled iiiUin than moved up and down, meeting here say. About dentists and health officials have gathered here to discuss this and other best bets for achieving better dental health. call their approach preventive dentistry. "Prevention of oral disease is like a trip to Las Dr. Richard Lundquist of Calif., said Monday at the third annual convention of the Ameri- can Society for Preventive Den- tistry. "It's a matter of chance. The more odds on your side, the greater the chance you'll be free of disease." The odds can be improved through better diet and oral hy- giene, be said. One new preventive method espoused by many dentists here is use of a red or purple dye to detect plaque, a mass of soft, favisibfe bacteria that thrive on tbeteeth. Once found, plaque can be cleaned away by the dentist, but it will return within a day. Then the conscientious patient must continue brushing with a soft nyiop brash of bristles .007 inches in diameter, using a jiggling rather than up and down movement. For squeaky-clean tceih, the patient also must use dental floss regu- larly. "A dentist can't create Dr. Lundquist said. "The dentist has to convince the patient to do that" Dr. Edward Cowan, president of the society, said diet and proper care are more important to oral health than hereditary factors. "Hie frequency of eating the amount-is the biggest single dietary factor thai causes tooth and gum de- be said. with the reversion of Okinawa to Japan from U.S. control. The secretary passed the copies to a newspaper reporter. When the incident came to, light, Yasu- kawa assumed responsibility for his employee's action. Although it was then consid- ered damaging to his career, Yasukawa's gesture heightened his standing among officials in the foreign ministry. His selec- tion for the Washington assign- ment makes it obvious that he is held in highest regard by Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka and Foreign Minister Masa- yoshi Ohira. SERVED IN CANADA Yasukawa, 59, is a career dip- lomat. Most of his time abroad has been spent in either the U.S. or Canada. He speaks Eng- lish fluently and is considered a specialist in U.S. affairs. Yasukawa leaves for Wash- ington today, taking over the ambassador's job from retiring Nobuhiko Ishiba only weeks be- fore Prime Minister Tanka meets President Nixon for sum- mit talks. In Foreign Ministry circles, Yasukawa is known as a prag- matist. 'In the be said in an interview, "Japanese-U.S. rela- tions will be conducted on the basis of national interest, not as before when sentiment domi- nated the scene." Born in 1916, the eldest son of leader in Japan's old Zai- batsu, or upper business ech- elon, Yasukawa entered the for- eign service in 1939. His first overseas post was Peking, but later his field switched to Ottawa and Van- couver in Canada, and Washing- ton. He was named director-gen- eral of the foreign ministry's American Affairs Bureau in 1965, served ss ambassador to the Philippines in 1967 and was named deputy vice minister in he foreign ministry in 1970. He is the father of three chil- dren and likes gold. Appeal for peace JERUSALEM (AP) Toe United States presented Israel with a chunk of moon rock fuesday, along with an Israeli lag that was taken to the moon and back by apollo astronauts. The presentation ceremony was marked by appeals from both Israel and the U.S. that inter- national co-operation in space would inspire a solution to earthy problems such as the Mideast war. Sorry, no contest ROME (Renter) Giacarto Jomigia called off his topfess Ktaury contest because so many hundreds of girls showed up to enter he could not view them all before the contest ;