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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July II, 1970 Millions -20- Whcat Acreage Cut WHEAT ACREAGE DOWN Prairie farmers have indicated wheat plantings this year are down by more than half 1969's acreage figures to an estimated acres, the lowest total in over half a century. The preliminary estimate of prairie crop acreages also reveals increases in acreage sown to oil seeds, barley, oats. Billion, 10 Million Acres OK Payment To Natives WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Senate has passed a bill giving Alaskan natives acres of land and biggest land claims payment in U.S. history. The bill, facing an uncertain fate in the House of Representa- tives, calls for the payment to be distributed among descend- ants of the wandering hunters and fishermen who originally settled the harsh land. The Senate adopted the mea- Getfman Resigns COALDALE (HNS) Rudy Gettman, chairman of the Coal- dale police commission, re- cently resigned his post. He will remain a member. Abe Ens was appointed chairman. sure 76 to 8 yesterday after in- serting an amendment to prov- ide for competitive bidding for mineral rights on all federal lands in Alaska. Interior Secretary Walter J. Hickel, former governor of the state, said: "For Alaskans and for millions of Americans throughout the 50 states who have been frustrated over the years in trying to do something positive, progressive and fair for America's first citizens, this should be considered a great victory." Goodyear Develops System For Mass Transportation CALGARY (CP) Goodyear Rubber Co. has developed a new mass transportation sys- tem called a car-veyor. Richard Jay of Akron, Ohio, Goodyear's general products vice-president, told a news con- ference here that the car-vey- or consists of a continuous belt GREAT WEST DOOR SERVICES LTD. 257 12th St. N. Phone 327-1853 Repairs, Service and Installation to all makes of commercial and residential overhead doors. with its own cars capable of carrying four to eight persons. An extension of the speedwalk pedestrian conveyor system now used in airports, it is de- signed primarily to carry com- muters from outlying parking lots to the city core at up to 20 miles an hour. Mr. Jay said the car-veyor is not designed to replace rapid transit but can carry to persons an hour, more than the number carried on "batch transport" such as sub- ways. The car-veyor costs about a mile to con- struct. Mr. Jay said Goodyear hopes to seU its first car-veyor next year to the city of San Jose. Calif. HEADS TEACHERS HALIFAX (CP) Peter P. Feiger, principal of O'Neill high school in Hegina, was elected president of the Cana- dian Teachers Federation by acclamation here. He succeeds Brother A. F. Brennan of Cor- ner Brook, Nfld. Venereal Disease Cases Up OTTAWA (CP) A sharp in crease in venereal diseases las year brought the number o cases reported to nearly three times the number measles cases. The Dominion Bureau of Sta tistics reported here that cases of venereal diseases were reported, compared with in 1968. This is an increase in the rate per population to 140.' from 119.3. There were cases ol measles reported to the author ities last year, a rate of 64.2 per population. Streptococcal sore throat am scarlet fever cases were the third most prevalent, wit] cases reported in 19C9 This was down from 13.405 in 1968, reducing the rate per population to 53 from 64.6 Million Loss Reported By Kaiser VANCOUVER (CP) A ne operating loss of was reported Friday by Kaiser Resources Ltd. for the first si. months of 1970. The company said the loss which came on sales of could be attributed pn marily to high operating costs of old existing facilities in the Kaiser's East Kootenay coa fields. Difficulties in the start-up o extensive new mining and coal processing operations a 1 s were cited. Kaiser formally opened its strip mining operation near Fernie, B.C. in mid June The company has contracts supply more than 75 millio tons of coking coal to Japan in the next 15 years, through the new bulk loading port at Rob erts Bank south of Vancouver. Right-Of-Way SPARWOOD (HNS) Th CPR has notified landowner in. the Elk Valley of its need of their property for a railway right-of-way. The District of Sparwood wa notified that 11.21 acres of iL property will be needed fo such use. HOME INSPECTION NU-MODE HOMES LTD. Our advanced, ultra-modern, semi-detached home ownership plan brings LOW DOWN PAYMENTS with MONTHLY PAYMENTS you can carry in comfort: Nu-Mode Realty, exclusive sales agents for Nu-Mode Homes Ltd., has arranged for two of these homes to be open for your inspection fhis Saturday and Sunday July 18th and 19th between and p.m. You Must See These Homes To Fully Appreciate Them Visit the HENDERSON HEIGHTS SUB-DIVISION this Saturday and Sunday 3304 and 3308 5th AVENUE SOUTH. (Go East on 6th Avenue to 33rd Street, turn North on 33rd go past 5th Avenue 'A' and on to 5th Avenue. These two private home owners have opened their homes for this inspection and we would respectfully request that if you bring your children THAT THEY REMAIN IN YOUR CAR IF POSSIBLE. Let yourself in for a real treat come and see these homes You'll get a pleasant surprise. Be first at your club or party to bring up this new and wonderful conversation piece. We Have the Land and Are Presently Building in LETHBRIDGE and COALDALE NU-MODE REALTY Sales ALBERT STUCKART Phono 327-4036 FRANK GEMMEL Phone 327-1970 WALTER STEWART Phoni 327-4863 Office At- 1652 Mayor Magrath Dr. Office Phone 327-1130 EATON'S Whoop-Up Days get off to a big start with an exciting parade on Mon- day. While you are downtown to enjoy the parade why not drop into Eaton's after the parade and shop in cool, air-conditioned comfort and share in exciting savings of these "After The Parade Specials." "After-The-Parade" Specials! 25C Candy Specials Only o limited quantity of these exciting candy specials, 30 you had better be prompt right after the parade. Chooss from: Candies, Lower Floor Toasted Marshmallowi; 12-oz. package. Assorted Imported Toffees, 8-oz. package. Imported Fruit Buttirtsoleh or Mint Thins, box. Ordinary value each 50c. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" SPECIAL, each Half-Price! Health and Beauty Aids Regular 65c to 39.95. We have only a limited quan- tity which explains the low, low half-price marking. Included are hot water boltles, rubber gloves, liguid gelusil, cough capsules, shampoos, brushes, hair spray, toothpaste, men's toiletry preparations. "AFTER.THE.PARADE" A AX if Q.97 SPECIAL, HAIF-PRICE, XXV 1 M each.............. to W Sundries, Lower Floor Half-Price! Elizabeth Arden Cosmetics Regular 1.00 to 12.00. Better be prompt right after the parade if you wish to share in this value. Well- known Elizabeth Arden cosmetics clearing at half the regular pricing. Included are creams, rouges, lotions, colognes, hair sprays and others. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" IV SPECIAL, HALF-PRICE, each WW lo V Cosmetics, Main Floor Save 80c Women's Panti Hose Ordinarily 1.79 pair. An excellent opportunity for you to obtain a supply of popular panti hose at a big saving. In tender Beige shade and in sizes small, medium, large and extra large. At this pricing tney should go quickly, be prompt. Jj JJ "AFTERJHE-PARADE" SPECIAL, each Hosiery, Main Floor Half-Price! Costume Jewellery Regular 1.00 to 3.00. An exciting selection of costume jewellery including necklaces, earrings, pins and brace- lets in assorted stone and metal setting all re- duced to half the regular pricing for quick clearance. "AFTER-THE-PARADE M SPECIAL" HALF-PRICE, each or set............ V to Jewellery, Main Floor Save 2.17 to 6.67 Girls', Teens' Summer Co-Ordinates Regular 6.50 to 20.00. Popular hot weather wear co- ordinates at one-third off 'the regular pricing. Skirt and top, and slim and top sets in a variety of styles, fabrics and colours. Sizes 7 to U and 8 to 14x. Better be prompt for this value. SPECIAL, set to Teen Wear, Main Floor o an o 4 4i rfl to I Save 2.01 Crochet Knit Pullovers Ordinarily 6.00. Just what you want to wear at the fair during the cool of the evening. Smart looking crochet knit pullovers with short sleeves and U-neck. Acrylics in shades of Pink. Lilac, Block and Oyster. Better be prompt for these. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" SPECIAL, each Sportswear, Main Floor Save 40c Women's Sleeveless Blouses Ordinarily T.99. So cool, so smart and just what you want for hot-weather wear. Cotton print and wash- able. Shirt style and in assorted colours. Sizes 32 to 36. Be sure to share in this value if right after the parade. 1 "AFTER-THE-PARADE" SPECIAL, each I Sportweor, Main Floor Save 2.41 to Woman's Sweater Clearance Regular 7.00 to 28.00. many a long day have we offered such value Jri "sweaters. Included are cardigans and pullovers, -all reduced one-lhird off the regular price. AM wools, orlons and banlons, fine knit and bulky knit styles. Sizes: small, medium and large. "AFTER-THE- m gg 4 gg PARADE" SPECIAL, 1 to II Sportswear, Main Floor Save 2.96 Men's Canvas Casuals Regular 5.95. Canvas uppers in slipon or lace styles. Comfortable rubber soles and heels. Just what you want for summer wear. Colours: Blue, Green and Beige. Not all sizes but 7 to 11 A 99 collectively. All sales final. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" SPECIAL, pair ......b Shoes, Main Floor Save 2.96 to 6.96 Young Men's Slacks Regular 7.95 fo 11.95. A big clearance of stylish casual slacks a grand companion to your sports coat. Excellent for summer wear. Assorted colours of Beige, Gold, Yellow and Olive. Cotton stretch or permanent press. Sizes 28'to 32 collectively. All sales final. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" SPEC'At, each Young Wear, Main Floor iircicn or 4" Half-Price! Women's Sportswear Oddments Regular 5.00 lo 22.00. Here's value that seldom comes your way in women's sportswear. Included are skirts, slims, sweaters, T-shirts, shells and blouses, all mark- ed down to half the regular pricing. Assorted fabrics In plain and checks. Sizes: small, medium and larae. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" ft .99 SPECIAL, HALF-PRICE, fc to Sportswear, Main Floor Save 4.99 and 5.96 Teens' 'OOmphie Hi-Low Footwear Regular 13.98 and 14.95. Discontinued lines of 'Oomphie and Hi-lo footwear in popular calf or cool patent leather uppers. Composition soles, flat, Chunky or medium hi heels. Bone and White. Sizes 7 to lOV'j collectively. All sales final. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" SPECIAL, pair Shoes, Main Floor cnul 8 Save 1.96 Boys' Perma Press Shirts be prompt for these as they are 4 ,99 bound to qo quickly. I "AFTER.THE-PARAOE" SPECIAL, ench I Boys' Wear, Main Floor Save 3.99 Men's Birkdale Slacks Regular 10.98. Permanent press. Flare leg or slim style. Fortrel and cotton, washable and no ironing needed. Self support style. Colours: Blue, Gold, Brown and Beige. Sizes 30 to 46. Exceptional value at this pricing. "AFTER-THE-PARADE" SPECIAL, each Men's Wear, Main Floor Buy Line 328-8811 For Advertised Goods. Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to p.m. ;