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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdnixlqy, July 15, TWf IfTHMIDGE HERAID 23 Italian Leaders Huddle ROME (Reuters) Republi- can party leader Ugo La Malfa met Premier-designate Giulio Andreotti Tuesday lor talks on a new coalition government and urged him to adopt strict eco- nomic measures. La Malfa was the first of the party leaders to meet Andreotti in the latest round of talks to try to hammer together a centre-left coalition of Cliristian Democrats, Socialists, Soda Democrats and Republicans. I would be Italy's 32nd govern ment since the fall of fascism. Tiie leader of the'small Re- publican party said he urged Andreotti to adopt a "severe and rigorous policy" during coa lition talks to try to solve the nation's financial and economic woes. DiiJte's Daughter On Probation LONDON (AP) Lady Kath- leen Reynolds, daughter of an English duke, was put oh two years' probation today for giv- ing a friend a map of the home of her duchess stepmother so he could rob it. The family motto is: Loyalty Knows No Shame. Prosecutor Suzanne Norwood told the court that Lady Kath- leen, 19, also sketched plans of her friends' homes and gave them to Eugene Ferris, 22. Ferris was jailed for three years on conviction of a number of charges involving fraud am theft. Lady Kathleen, the daughter of the ninth Duke of Newcastle whose title dates to 1756, told the court: "After I had drawn the plans I told him not to do i as I thought it was a crazy idea." Arab Army Uses Soviet Craft TEL AVIV (Reuters) The Egyptian army has been carry- ing out manoeuvres with Sovi- et-supplied amphibious craft ap- parently in preparation for crossing the Suez canal, a sen- ior' Israeli staff officer said today. He repeated American reports that the Soviet Union has been chipping amphibious equipment to Egypt and said supplies have been arriving during the last few months. The officer woulc not say how many craft have arrived, but the American re ports put the number at 100. The Soviet-supplied craft are capable of carrying from eigh to 10 troops with equipment anc weapons, he said. Recent reports in Tel Aviv said Egypt might attempt to stage a spectacular landing across the canal and establish z beachhead on the east bank. NCO Acquitted In Murder Case LONG BINH, South Vietnam (Reuters) A court martial today acquitted a young United States non-commissioned officer of the unpremeditated killing of an unarmed Vietnamese pris- oner. The five-man court took 100 minutes to find Specialist John R. Lanasa, 23, of Baton Rouge, La., not guilty of killing Do Van Man, a suspected Viet Cong prisoner, in September. Lanasa, a sergeant at the time in an infantry platoon, was accused of unpremeditated mur- der and assault at Man during an operation near Phuoc Tan Hung village, 25 miles south- west of Saigon in the Mekong Delta. Prague Deputies Get The Axe PRAGUE (Reuters) More than deputies have been purged or have resigned from Czechoslovak municipal and dis- trict councils since January in tin all-out effort to remove "right-wing opportunists" from local government, it was re- ported today. The communist party news- paper Rude Pravo says that the total number of deputies re- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 124 Slti SI. 5. Ph. 32i-7o84 Abovi Capital Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. moved from by special purge committees or through is including who left the councils before Jan. 5. This means that about six pa- cent of the local deputies in Czechoslovakia have been re- moved without recourse to elec- tions. New election! do not have to be held until Dec. BEST SOUVENIR The Marquis de Lafayette gave the key to the Bastille, the French prison, to his friend George Washington who hung it at Mount Veraon where it re- mains today. JULY SALE of GARDEN NEEDS T ONLY No. 3500 MELNOR TRAVELLING SPRINKLER up sq. ft. in letting. Holds up to 150' _ !i" hose. Regular 37.49. OO QQ SPECIAL 1 ONLY No. 2200 COMPACT MELNOR TRAVELLING Waten areas up to sq. ft. In one setting. 4 O 7C Regular 24.99. SPECIAL I O. I 3 1 ONLY No. 3500 MELNOR DELUXE 2-SPEED TRAVELLING SPRINKLER Waters up to lo.OOO sq. ft. in setting. O7 Cfl Regular 49.95. SPECIAL V I OUR COMPLETE STOCK MELNOR HOSE REELS, REEL CART HOSE HANGERS CHARING AT SUMMER SPECIAL 25% OFF 75-FT. DIAMOND RUBBER I-PLY GARDEN HOSE Full Vi" with brass couplings. Reg. 16.75. DOWNTOWN 606 608 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-5767 Space Biffy On Its Way BOWSMAN, Man. (CP) It was third lime lucky for this tiny northwestern Mani- toba community's centennial project. At p. m. Sunday Bows- man entered the space race, launching the town's last biffy, a miniature two-seat model, with the moon as its destination. A helium baloon, five-feet wide and 13% feet wide and feet high, is carrying the biffy where no such vital fa- cilities now exist. Twice before Uie town failed In its attempt to launch the biffy. New Year's Eve the bif- fy-turned-spacecraft exploded oh the launching pad and on July 1 the blast-off was post- poned because of bad weather. The town gained Interna- tional fame during Canada's Centennial year, 1968, when it staged a giant bonfire, burning nearly all its outdoor biffies to celebrate its new water and sewage system. A message addressed to "whichever astronaut it may concern" is attached to the biffy, explaining Bowsman's concern for ths National Aero- nautics and Space Administra- tion's oversight in not providing facilities for moon walkers. Covered with centennail symbols, slogans such as Apollo 14, Biffy Express and Moon or Bust, the space biffy was last seen disappearing into the sky as the moon was rising on the horizon. Post Filled TORONTO (CP) Dr. J. Douglas Wallace has been ap- pointed general secretary of the Canadian Medical Association, it was announced today. Dr. Wallace will become chief executive of the organization in September. He now is executive director of To- ronto General Hospital. In 1969 he served as chairman of the federal-provincial cost of health services task force on salaries and wages. He also is president of the Ontario Council of Administrators of Teaching Hospitals and Is past president of the Association of Canadian Teaching Hospitals. Born in Lumsden, Sask., he received his medical training at the University of Alberta, Ed- monton. Following service in the RCAF during the Second World War, Ire practised medicine in Wainwrigbt, Alta., for 13 years. Dr. Wallace's first adminis- trative position was as director of the Alberta hospital plan from 1959 to 1961. Family Evening IRON SPRINGS North County Recreation Pro- gram, under the direction of Miss Ida VanderSLeeg and Miss Marcia Noble, presented tho first in E series of family eve- nings at the Huntsville School recently. The program featured a pen- ny carnival. Madame Sherry, adorned In the garb o( a Gipsy fortune teller, relied on her crystal ball to foretell the future of those interested. The next family night will ba a stampede night. STORE HOURS: Mon. and Tuei. Wed. 9.1 Thura. and Fri. 9-9 Sot. 9.6 322 FIFTH ST. SOUTH HOT WEATHER BONUS OPEN 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. THURSDAY and FRIDAY MEN'S MATCHED BLUE DENIM SETS 10 OZ. BLUE DENIM JEANS Sizes 28 to 40. Pair........ SNAP FRONT PEDRO JACKSTS. To match. S-M-L. and XL. Reg. I'och 2 2 YOUNG MEN'S 52% NYLON, 48% COTTON PERMANENT PRESS DRESS-UP JEANS "Dog Ear" pockets, belt loop styling in all of summer's popular shades. 28 to 38 collectively. QQ Sale Priced, Pair Ladies' Denim Jeans Stretch Nylon Shells Nylon Squall Jackets 3 outstanding hot weather specials all at one sensational price Each 1 Reg. to LADIES' COTTON TANK TOPS CO1TON SHELLS A wide selection of knit stripes, or plains. Styles in- clude crew necks, turtles, mock turtles, and scoop necks. Sizes: S-M-L.............. JERSEY SUPS Petjtes, minis and regular Reg. to lengths arnels, nylons and 4fe u non-run tricots luxury lace II II C trims. All colon and White. Sizes: S-M-L.............. 1.7 7 1 and ,99 'PIGGY BACK' CHORE GLOVES Work gloves with leather palm and thumb, rubberized cuff. Cotton back, lea- ther knuckle strap and it I jjfj protector tips. I Reg. Pair PENMANS LONG SLEEVE MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS of regular lines. Assorted shades. Sizesi S-M-l-XL collectively. MEN'S 'WOVEN' GINGHAM LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Assorted shades in a variety QQ of checks. Sizes S-M-L-XL. I Reg. lach Men's Permanently Pressed Short Sleeve SPORT and DRESS SHIRTS Group includes cotton oxford cloth sport shirts In collar, also white and deep loned dress shirts m new long point regular collar. Reg. Each 1 GIRLS' SUMMER DRESSES PANT DRESSES CULOTTE STYLES SHIFT DRESSES 1.00 and many other styles. Colorful flora! orints stripes and solid shades. Many arc permanent press. Blends or all-cotton fabrics. Sizesi 7 to 14. MEN'S FIRST QUALITY-REG. DRESS SOCKS By MONTEX and PENMANS Stock up now at this low price famous name brand socks "Jockey in assorted lengths. blends, kroy wool ond wool. Each............ MEN'S T-SHIRTS SAVE ON "SUBS" OF REG. to LINES JOCKEY and TOUGHIES Famous "Name Brand" T-shirts. Hi-neck "Bo Sun" with short sleeves, crew neck "surf" ihirt in sleevless style, crew neck tapered short sleeve "Brute" shirt, sleeveless "Muscle" shirt and others. Sizes are S-M-L-XL, in summer shades. Each MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S TAFFETA NYLON JACKETS Wind and water repellent taffeta nylon jackets are ideal 'for sport and casual wear. This group includes ''Western" sfyles with mesh vent bock and zip-hidden hewd, "Cadet Collar" styles with piping and snap flap pocket as well as "Racer" ttyles with vertical stripes. Attractive summer shades in sizes S-M-L and XL. Reg. fo Each ALL A-l TONE LOW-LOW PRICEI STRETCH NYLON SHORT SETS Reg. to 2-way stretch nylon Jomaicas with match- ing plain or striped sleeveless tops. Fully washable. Many lovely shades to choose from. Sizes 10-18........................... STRETCHIE SLIMS Reg. to Fabrics Include dtnirns, aspens, grand slams and royal adagio. Sleek slim fit with detachable foot strap. 12 fashion colors. Sizes 10-20........ FLARE LEG PANTS Reg. to 6.99. Exciting modified flare In a ment of colors and fabrics. Included are bonded acrylics, stretch nylons and diagonal twills. Sizes 10-18. Each LADIES' SHORTS 2 way stretch nylon short or Jamaica lengths. Choose from a rainbow of colon, dj -ftfi Sizei 10-20. 1 vv Reg, to tath 1 LADIES' DRESSES SAVE UP TO 50% 1.99 2.77 3.99 VOILES BONDED ORLONS Reg 4 BONDED ACRYLICS COTTONS LINENS and SHORT SLEEVED LONG SLEEVED Sea. (o 6.59. SLEEVELESS 7-15, 8-20 16VM454 R.g.t. 10.99. CHILDREN'S STRETCH SLIMS Stretch nylon pull-on ilirru. Sewn front crease. Solid colon or Jacquard patterns. Sizes 3 to 6x. Reg. Pair...... 1 ,49 CHILDREN'S T-SHIRTS Reg. 79c. T-shirts styled with crew neck and short sleeves. Choose from ribs, weaves, M plains and novelty ilyles. Sizes: 4 to 6x. GIRLS' T-SHIRTS Reg. 99c. Half price. Big variety of sleeveless shells- tank tops and short sleeve T-shirts. Solid M colors, rib knit or printed patterns. Sizes: 7 to :Icaranee ,99 BOYS' CASUAL PANTS Originally Priced to Special Cottons, blends, etc. Including Perma-presi. All colors coll. Sizes 8 to 16. Pair...................... CHILD. STRETCH T-SHIRTS 100% nylon stretch In little boys' or girls' styles. Sizes 4 to 6x. Reg. GIRLS' SHELLS Reg. and Big variety of sleeveless shells and tank tops in two-way stretch nylon. jf ftfl Patterns to mtx and match with shorts. Sizesi 7 to 14. Each 1 77' SOS a: 1 ONE SIZE FULL STRETCH PANTY HOSE Glamorous sheer parity hose that fit the leg beaut- ifully will not wrinkla or bag. Many fashion colon to choose from. Reg. BOYS7 SWEATSHIRTS Crew neck, fleece lined, raglan styled, short sleeves, ribbed cuff, neck and waistband. As- QQ sorted colors. Sizes S-M-L. Reg. Each BOYS7 T-SHIRTS Crew neck or self collar slyles. With short sleeves. Assorted colors. 100% polyester. Sizes: 8 to 16. Reg. 1.99........ I.OQ LADIES' CANVAS SNEAKERS Top quality canvas sneakers for tennis, boating, camping or just plain casual comfort. All with rubber soles and cushion arch-support Insoles, As- sorted colors. Assorted styles. All sizes that would regularly sell at up to SALE 99' GIRLS' PARTY SHOES A very special price on thess girls' potent party shoes. T-strap and slip-on in high gloss Black patent. Sizes: 8 to 4. SALE, PAIR CHILDREN'S CABANA SETS Sleeveless blouse and shorts for girls or short sleeve shirt ond shorts for boys. Cool synthetic M Qft blend. Sizes: 4 to 6x. HALF PRICE. Reg. 99c. 4 V GIRLS7 BATHING SUITS MANUFACTURER'S CLEARANCE Big variety of stretch nylon or novelty fabrics in one and two-piece styles. Sizes: 7 to 14 years. SPECIAL Rng'Jlar lo EACH A.99 SAVE MEN'S HANDSOME CO-ORDINATES THE LATEST LOOK IN 2-PIECE CO-ORDINATES NOW AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS! Choose from 2-ply 55% lerylene, 45% wool or all-wool fabrics In stripes, checks and window panes. Blue, Greens ond Golds, as well as a host of other new sum- mer colorings. All single breasted styling with new wider lapels, deep centre vent ,flap pockets and simulated ticket pocket. Pants have Baw Rol waist band and nylon zipper fly. Sizes: 36 to 46 i collectively. Regular EACH ler new sum- 45 SAVE 20% ALL WOOL SPORT JACKETS For men ond young men. Handsome, expertly tailored, single bieasfed 2 but' Ion front models styled with hi-centre vent, wider lapels, simulated ticket pocket and 2 flap pockets. A wide variety of ihodes in sizes 36 lo 46 collectively. Regular EACH........ ;