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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, July 15, 1770 THE inHBRIOGE MCRA1D 5 POOCH PRQBlEM-This Dachshund apparently has a Wis. The dog keeps the little ones in line and won't lei problem with pronunciation for it has taken over anyone touch them, responsibility for five ducklings hatched at St. Germaine, ______ Lo KAY'S SUMMER SEMI-ANNUAL SELL-OUT SALE IS ON NOW! Yes, we are selling out our entire-summer stock. Everything must be sold to the bare walls. Save on every item lowest prices guaranteed. Excellent selection and size range to choose from. Shop Nowl OFF Entire Summer Stock LADIES WEAR LTD. 489 Shoppers' World Open Thurs. Only Till 9 p.m. Downtown 712 4th Ave. S. 312 13th St. S. Doctors Remove Live Grenade 1 rom Arm SAIGON (Reuters) Two United Stales doctors have re- moved a live grenade embed- ded in the arm of a South Vi- etnamese soldier, a military spokesman said today. The doctors, one a woman, donned flack jackets and steel helmets to perform the 15- minute operation recently at a makeshift, open-air surgery constructed of sandbags in northern Quang Ngai prov- The spokesman said the sol- dier had an M-79 grenade lodged in his arm when he ar- rived by helicopter at the hos- pital. The grenade was removed by Maj. Paul C. Vose and Capt. Elizabeth G. Gorman. It was handed wrapped in gauze by two explosives ex- perts who detonated it against a nearby cliff. PANTHERS IN KOREA TOKYO (AP) Eldridge .Cleaver and a group of U.S Black Panther party members arrived in Pyongyang on Tues- day for a visit to North Korea, Pyongyang's Korean Centra] news agency reported. 606-608 3rd Ave. 5, LLOYD'S UNIQUE NEW PORTABLE SOUND SYSTEM MODEL 400 Portable stereo 8 track cart- ridge player. Now you can carry good stereo listening along to the beach, picnics, office or anywhere. on batteries, household cur- rent, or through your car cig- arette lighter. Same as above but radio. Featured APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT Phone 327-5767 of the 70s Sound Specials From MODEL 504 PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE RECORDER switch FEATURED AT 177.95 r.'.OSEl, 7CA372 AC-DC AM PORTABLE RADIO Deluxe AM portable radio with sliderule dial leatherette cabinet and carrying handle. Beautiful chrome plastic speaker grille. Oper- ates on batteries or AC. jA QC FEATURED AT fcO MODEL 10F833 AC-DC AM-FM PORTABLE RADIO AC battery operated AM-FM portable with unique space age 1C circuit. Full width slide rule dial. Metal carrying handle, black plastic cabinet with chrome trim, with M OR Earphone. FEATURED AT MODEL M48M AC-DC PORTABLE CASSETTE RECORDER Easy one lever operation, plays on 4 'C' size batteries or on AC adapter supplied. 550 MW output power with microphone, car- rying strap and cassette M M OR FEATURED AT 44. CLEAROUT SPECIALS! SONY MODEL 230 TAPE RECORDER 3 speed operation featuring instant stop tone control and headphone Jack. OCC 00 Regular 369.95. CONCORD STEREO TAPE RECORDER the features short 1 mike 4 CO 00 Reflular 269.95.................... I Ot RCA RECORD PLAYER changer will handle 8 record: M OR at 1 time. Regular 64.95 SPECIAL M Q 4 W RCA TOP OF THE LINE PORTABLE STEREO Featuring garrard changer and bass it M Qfl and treble controls. Regular 179.95 APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 Just Say Charge It- a Convenient Hoyt's Charge Account Farm Changes Needed EDMONTON (CP) An ngri- cuMural economist says drastic changes in the use of labor, 'aid and capital are needed lo bring farm production into with existing markets. Dr. Travis Manning, chief of the agricultural epsnomics de- partment al the University of Alberta, said in an interview that these changes are to solve the "excess capacity" problem in agriculture in Can- ada. Farmers with more than worth of produce saies per cent of the farm popu- for 23 per cent of the total value of all ag- ricultural products. In contrast, the 36 per cent of farmers who sold less than worth cf produce ac- counted for only 4.5 per cent of total sates. The Economic Council of Can- ada estimated that farm output for each worker grows about six per cent a year. Thus, if all small-scale farm- ers stopped producing, "it would not affect one year's growth in labor Dr. Manning said. MIGHT RAISE INCOMES If all small farmers turned land over to the big producers "output would probably in- crease." "Reducing the. labor force would not help solve the excess capacity problem, but it would probably help raise the average incomes of farmers and the labor farce as a whole. "Agriculture as a whole would probably benefit from a sub- stantial shift from grain to for- age production. For many farm- Swim Meet Set PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Regional Swim Meet for the Town and MD of Pincher Creek will be held July 18 at 1 p.m.. at the Pincher Creek pool. This regional swim-off is in conjunction with the Summer Games. Anyone living in the town or the MD is eligible. Svncronized swimming has started and two evenings a week from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. there is water polo. Instruction in pre-beginner lo senior classes are progressing well. ors such a sliift would involve a drastic change in farm organi- zation und operation." The tyixj of lor.d, the machin- ery on hand and the operators' skills would not favor such a shift. "The program lo reduce wheat acreage is not only tco short-run, but it probably is in- adequate in rate cf payments to bring about any substantial changes in land use. "The existence of too many small farm urits Krtributcs to over-invcstmer.t in capita] equipment." Mechanization aimed at in- crcasig ou'.put had lowered tclal net income by squeezing down prices cf farm products. Restraining agricultural pro- ductivity in Canada would only make Canada's agriculture less competitive i n internatioal markets. Family Gathers NOBU2FOKD (Special) A family reunion was held at the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Peterson, and all their children were together for the first time in 15 years. Those present: Mrs. Gerald (Doreen) Hirt of Las Vegas, Nov.; Mrs. Albeit (Hazel) Mar- kus and Mrs. Karl (Alvcda) Markus, both of Lsthbridgc, Mrs. Ilarley (Evelyn) Brady, Nobleford; Marvin of Kimber lev, B.C. and Stanley of Condor, HOMEOWNERS Get the money you need, with a mortgage loan to: PAY OFF OLD DEBTS If monthly payments on old debts are too high, let us help with a mortgage loan, with monthly payments to fit your budget REMODEL YOUR HOME Build on that extra room, remodel your kitchen, put in a recreation room MAKE MAJOR PURCHASES such as a new car, boat or trailer For fast service, favourable terms on mortgage loans, call on Canada's number one financial services company, where skilled, helpful counsellors are at your service. FINANCIAL SERVICES "We Believe in You" Street South.......327-3107 or call the Avco Office near you Mortgage Mgr. Avco Financial Services I would like more information about your mortgage loans Name---------------------------------------------------------- .Phone. PRICES SFFICTlVi Thurs., Sat., July FRYING CHICKEN Grade 'A' Whole, poly bag, for frying er roosting Ib. 43 Red or Blue Brand Beef Jlf RlD ROQStS Red or Blue Brand Beef--------.. Ib. Smoked Ground Beef SaUSage StickS Summer er Salami.............each Pork n, Side Bacon Seven Farms..................1-lb. cello Chicken Portions Wings Ib. Thighs Ib. Drumsticks Ib. 790 Breasts Ib. Mixed Nuts Johnsons 13-or. tin 95' Vinegar Canada Pure 128-01. Skim Milk Seven Farms 3-lb. big PEARS APPLE DRINK CHICKEN TANG FRUIT SALAD lynn Valley........ tins for 4 3 Sunrype 48-oz. tini for Bonus 52-oi. tin Oranse Crystals pkg. Shredded Wheat APRICOTS Peaches Red Haven Grapes Cabbage Canada No. 1 B.C., Canada No, 1 2, .87 9 7Qti m-or. pkg. for 7'' ..........ib. Libby's H-oi. lint for California Red ......Ib. GRAHAM'S FOOD MARKET 708 3rd Avenue South GROCERIES 327-5434, 327-5431 MEATS 327-1812 OPEN THURSDAY TIU 9 P.M. PHONE AND SAVE FREE DELIVERY ;