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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ft Ttl! tWHBRIDGS Thursday, July 16, 1970 BLUE-BLOODS IN TROUBLE-Lady Kathleen Reynolds, daughter of an English duke, and Hon. John Anderson, only son of Lord Waverley, a British viscount, have both run afoul of the law. Lady Reynolds, shown in London, was put on two years probation for giving a map of her stepmother's home to a friend so he could rob it and Anderson, shown in Sydney, Australia, was released on a 12-month good behavior bond for forging his father's name to a marriage consent form. No Help Planned For Viking Area EDMONTON (CP) Alberta does not plan to provide clirec financial assistance to fanners hit by a devastating haii storm Saturday night in the Viking area, southeast of Edmonton Agriculture Minister Henry Kuste said today. Mr. Ruste said the Alberta Hail and Crop Insurance Boarc and the Federal Prairie Farm Assistance Plan will be askec to assess the damage and make payments to fanners as soon a: possible. A veterinarian will be sent in- .o the area to assess the dam- ige to livestock and the agri- culture department will assess he long-term effects of the storm. Mr. Euste said he will ask >tto Lang, federal minister in harge of the Canadian wheat joard, to bring the devastated and under the operation lift .creage payment program. Farmers with payments due o the farm purchase credit uard were asked to inform the rovincial agriculture depart- ncnt so there would be no fore- losures as a result of the i storm. Mr. Ruste said initial reports from government officials there was a lOO-psr'-cent crop loss-in an area 35 to 40 miles long and three to six miles widi near Viking 80 miles southwest of Edmonton. About 320 farms involving acres were affected to some degree and estimates were that at least one-third ol the farmers were not covered by hail insurance, he said. A public works spokesman said damage to buildings and homes in Viking amounted to about Paul Babey, president of Uni- fartn, said he was disappointed by the government's decision. The government did not go far enough in realizing the ser- iousness of the capital losses in Viking, he said. Crop insurance "will offer some he said, but {he farm organization is concerned about "the very significant loss- es to buildings, livestock and to crops that are uninsurable." Unifarm, following a survey of the area Tuesday, estimated damage at more than Florist Sues Over Mail Service MONTREAL (CP) Mon- treal's oldest florist filed a suit in Quebec Superior Court yesterday for damages tJic firm claims were caused by interruptions in the postal ser- vice. McKenna Ltd., in business here since 1861, wants the court to order that its constitutional j right of mail service be ob- served. The company also applied for an injunction against three cab- inet ministers, -two postal unions and three union officers. The ministers are Communi- cations Minister Eric Kierans, Labor Minister Bryce Mackasey and C. M. Drury, head of the treasury board. Also named are the Canadian Union of Postal Worker's, the Letter Carriers Union of Canada and union officials William foule, Marcel Perreauit and Decarie. Wovtcv POPULAR SPORTS The two most popular sports n Spam are bullfights and soc- WEEK-END THE ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK IN ALL SWEET SIXTEEN LOCATIONS ON SALE NOW! USE YOUR CHARGE CARD ADD TO YOUR ACCOUNT OR OPEN AN ACCOUNT BUT WHATEVER YOU DO YOU MUST COME IN TO SEE THESE VALUES FOR YOURSELF. '5 or 10 OFF THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER DRESSES ALL SIZES ALL COLORS ALL FABRICS. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF DRESSES AND PANT DRESSES MUST BE CLEARED! SUMMER SHIFTS Regular to '3.99 ..7.99 to SUMMER SLIM SETS Regular to SUMMER SUMS Regular fo fo T-SHIRTS Regular to 1.99'499 THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SWIMSUITS Regular to SUMMER SKIRTS Regular to '3.99 SUMMER BLOUSES Regular to '3.99'6.99 ACCESSORIES TO CLEAR HANDBAGS, BEACH HATS, SCARVES, CHAIN BELTS, NECKLACES, etc. PRICED FOR RAPID CLEARANCE FOUNDATIONS Rose Marx stretch "Milliilwn" brat and bikinis. Regular to 1.99 '4.49 Sweet exclusive "Saturday Nights" PANTI HOSE Regular 1.39 OPEN TILL 9 P.M. EVERY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT! THE ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK OF PATIO WEAR, LEISURE WEAR, AND LINGERIE REDUCED TO CLEAR I Regular Regular and I Regular S 1 99 I Regular Regular and [Regular and Regular and j Regular and 5.99 Regular to swecr 327 7th Street Phone 328-2166 and College Mall, Phone O u O O O u O O Thursday Evening, Friday and Saturday Quantifies Limited We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MEN'S ASSORTED WOOtCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALTA.) LTD. A Division of the Dominion Citrus Co. Ltd. POND'S COLD CREAM OR DRY SKIN CREAM 16-ounce Reg. Woolco Price 2.99. NOW 2.29 CAR BLANKETS Ideal for camping, picnics and everyday use. Reg. Wooleo Price 3.99. NOW 2.97 BOYS' SUEDINE FRINGE JACKETS ideal for many occasions. Dry cleaning recommended, incomplete size range from 7 to 18. Reg. Wooico Price 10.88 arid 13.88 NOW FROM THE WALKING SHORTS G.W.G. and Don Parker brands. Permanent press and regular. Fully washable and colbrfast. Assorted plains, checks and stripes. Sizes 29 to 44. Reg. Woolco Price 2.97 to 9.9S NOW i .99 to MAPLEX DINNERWARE SETS o o 35-piece set service for 6. Dish- washer safe and guaranteed. Choose from Gold, Avocado and Tangerine. Reg. Woolco Price 16.88. NOW O o .11.99 MANUFACTURER'S CLEARANCE OF HANDBAGS Specially purchased to offer you this exceptional value at a law, low price. Assorted styles in 7 popular colors. 3.50 O SMOKE SHOP Buy a carton of. Peter Jackson cig-j arettes and may- be you'll be the lucky winner of an IT "Sea Snark" sail beat With every pur- chase of a carton of P.J.'s you get a chance to enter your name in the draw barrel. Draw will be made August 1st LADIES' DRESSY COATS SUEDE "BUNNY CASUAL SLIP-ON SHOES Canadian made by Perfect. Sfees: 5 to 9. Reg. Woolco Price 3.44. NOW (Limited Quantity) Assorted styles. Sizes 10 to 16. Reg. Woolco Price NOW BEAVERS BAR-B-QUE PEANUTS Fresh, crunchy and delicious. MB. BAG. FLORAL LUGGAGE Sturdy luggage in a good selec- tion of assorted floral designs. Reg. Woolco Price 8.97. NOW MEN'S Leather uppers, Sizesj 7 to 12. Reg. Woslcs Price 12.97. NOW DRESS SHOES Black or Brown. 7.55 MISSES' SHOES Lace up style. Straw colored. Sizesi 11 to 3. Reg. Woolco Price 2.49. NOW PELLET RIFLES Slavia Model 624 1.77 calibre. Reg. Woelco Price 9.97. NOW 1.99 X O o o n 0 THURSDAY 8 P.M. 10 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) (ONE HOUR BOYS' FACELLE CHILDREN'S PAPER JACKETS front. Red, Brown, Blue Decorator prints. Choose Navy. Sizes 2 to 3x and 4 Blue, Pink, Yellow and 6x. Reg. Woolco Price Woolco Price 2.76 NOW f, for 2.88 NOW j H99 o o n O Open Monday ond Tuesday 9 o.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. fo 1 p m I Thurlday and Friday 9 a.m. fa 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magruth Drive ;