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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 21, 1978 THI UTH8RIDOI HIRAIO Calgary family puts up money to cover bills Going down? A Montreal transport company discovered a unique way 1o move from the third floor some heavy equip- ment belonging to a printing company. They simply rent- ed a 60-ton trailer and hoisted the cargo part of a tractor- trailer unit to the level of the window. OTTAWA (OP) Michael Chappel's family has put up money covering boat repair and other expenses charged by the Cuban government and the Cal- gary sailor should be able to leave the island this weekend, an external affairs department spokesman said Friday. "We assume he can leave as quickly as he wants, if that's the last the spokesman said. Michael, 21, has been held un- der guard in a Cuban hotel for almost three weeks for refusing to pay -Cuba for repairing his boat and a list of other ex- penses totalling- He and four American com- panions were on a voyage from Key West, FTa., to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico when their boat struck a reef off the Cuban coast. Michael said the sum includes to cover repairs to his boat, travelling expenses police expenses, for towing the boat to harbor and for hotel accom- modation. The external affairs depart- ment took steps to get Michael home, saying the government would pay the bill if the Chap- pel's would pay it back. But the spokesman said the family had come up with the money and "unless there are other complications" Michael would get himself out of the country quickly. Montana coal industry levels blast at new law HELENA, Mont. (AP) The Montana coal mining industry leveled broad criticism today at the state's controversial new Ccal Conservation Act. The law requires the State Land Board to approve all strip-mining plans, to assure that all strippable and market- able coal is extracted from mining areas. Mining concerns complained that rules proposed to admin- ister the law would binder the firms' ability to compete. The rules require mining operators to submit detailed cost and rev- enue analyses of mining opera- tions to prove they are not wast- ing coal tfcat is left .untouched. A representatiye of the Mon- tana Coal Council protested the release of such economic infor- mation, saying it would cripple the rights of coal companies to competitively bid on con- tracts. No one appeared to defend the rules at the hearing held by the land board. Testimony was concluded in less than 30 minutes. FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL SHOP AND SAVE ON THESE there's MORE to love at SALE SPECTACULARS Mon. and TIMS., July 23, 24 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UNUT QUANTITIES FREE DELIVERY WE HONOR ALL COMPETITORS' FOOD COUPONS COFFEE NABOB REG. GRIND 1 Ib. BREAD cons POP ZIP TOP CANS 10 oz. PIUS DEPOSIT MONDAY, JULY 23 '323 SANYO 16" COLOR TELEVISION Reg. 389.50................. LAWN CHAISE Reg. 10.99 ROOM SIZE RUG SPECIALS LADIES' ASSORTED SLACKS AND JEANS. Reg. to 10.95------ LADIES' WHITE SANDALS. Attt. sizet. Reg. to 4.99 New LADIES' LEATHER SANDALS. Attt. tizet. Reg. 6.99......................... New LADIES' LEATHER SANDALS. Attt. ttylet end tizet. Reg. 8.99 MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS Reg. 4.99.......... New MEN'S POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT PANTS. Sizes 30 to 3t. 9.99............New 10'x8'x7'x5- DELUXE HJGHWAU FAMILY TENT. Reg. 119.88 '80 MARSHMALLOWS LOWNEY'S or KRAFT 11 ox. pkgt. SOUR CABBAGE IDfAl FOR CABBAGE ROILS FRESH PLUMS CAUF. CANADA NO. 1 12 VARIETIES ORANGE CRYSTALS KRAFT DINNERS JOLLY MILLER POLY BAG 4 ex. pkgt. 2 MARGARINE HARVEST 1 Ib. pkgt. ESSO IOSOL CAMP FUEL 128 fl. ezs. Reg FRUIT JUICES STP OIL TREATMENT. UmH 3 per customer................. tin INFLATABLE AIR MATTRESSES. Reg. 8.99 New 45-PIECE DINNER SET. Oven to freezer. Reg. 59.95 LADIES' SHIFT DRESSES. Reg. 4.99............ 1W 8 LADIES' BULKY KNIT SWEATERS. Reg. 5.99 MEN'S LIFE JACKETS. Reg. 7.99..... 10 SPEED BICYCLES Reg. 89.95 Special ORANGE, GRAPE or LEMON-LIME 40 oz. ttn. ORANGES VALENCIAS CHOICE 138't ;