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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Sft THE ICTHBRIDCE HERALD Wednesday, July 11, 1973 Crop conditions generally good CALGARY (CP) Crop con- ditions tliroughout Alberta are varied but generally good, the Alberta Wheat pool says in its weekly crop report. The condition indices for wheat, barley and rapeseed were 95 of 100 and flax was 94. A perfect crop condition is 100. About 17 per cent of the spring wheat crop was headed out, as was eight per cent of Soviet Union sells gold on free market ZURICH, Switzerland (AP) A Swiss banker says the Soviet Union is believed to have sold about 160 tons of gold through the free Zurich market in the last eight months and that this has kept gold prices from soar- Ing even higher. Walter Frey, central director of the Swiss Bank Corp., pre- dicts the Soviets are likely to istick to this sales volume for the rest of the year. Writing in the Neue Zuercber Zeitung, the banker says: "It is certain that the free- gold market is strongly depend- ent on -the Russian gold sup- plies. Suspension of the Russian deliveries would undoubtedly trigger a new massive increase of the gold price." the barley. Six per cent of the rapeseed has set seed. The moisture index .for the province was 90 but sonn crops in the south were begin ning to deteriorate from lack o moisture while others in the north were too wet. Insect spraying was under way in numerous areas. Slight hail damage was re- ported north of Calgary and in the east central part of the province. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. Fruit board has problem FORT ST. 'JOHN, B.C. clear. White crimp knit ponts, some holter tops, others in sleeveless styles. Sizes 9 to 15. O QQ 4 Q QQ Fashions, Main Floor Weskits A handy addition to a lady's wardrobe. Hip length weskits have 5 button closing, 2 pockets, and turn beck lapels. Of easy care fortrel in navy and powder blue. 7 QQ Sizes 10 to 18. EACH I Women's Sportswear, Main Floor Rain or Shine Coats Rain or shine coats picked for final clearance, are with a Of water repellent fabrics in beige, 4 9 QQ navy or red. Sizes 9 to 15. EACH............ I Fashion Wear, Main Floor Sleeveless Daywear Sleeveless cotton dresses are in shift style, with zipper and button front. All cotton in geometric prints, ond polka dot patterns. Sizes 12 to 20, and