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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE UTHBRIDGE HKAID July M, 1970 Coal Miners Out CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) An estimated coal miners at more than 100 mines In four states were reported off the job Tuesday as dissident miners put new impetus into their battle against the United Mine Workers union. Latest to join the walkout were some 900 coal miners at three Consolidation Coal Co. mines in Washington County, Pa. The men refused to work after roving pickets appeared at the portals and some miners be- lieved the picketing was linked to the wildcat strike that had al- ready closed mines in West Vir- ginia, Virginia and Eastern Kentucky. The strike was fanned Mon- day by UMW President W. A. (Tony) Boyle's refusal to meet with representatives of dissident disabled miners who are de- m a n d i n g liberalized benefits from the union's multi-million- dollar welfare and retirement fund. A Boyle spokesman in Wash- ington said Boyle would not meet with the men on the ad- vise of his lawyers because of a pending suit against the fund. The suit was filed some months ago by the Association of Disa- bled Miners and Widows, Inc., a group hot involved in the cur- rent work stoppage. Judge Bernard Moynahan at Lexington, Ky., issued a tempo- rary restraining order at the re- quest of a group of mine opera- tors, but pickets failed to heed the order. Mind Manipulation Tests Dropped LONDON (AP) A young British scientist says he has stopped research into the trans- fer of memory celis from one brain to another because he is "terrified with the way things are going" in the world. Peter Harper, 25, of Sussex University told an international conference yesterday on The Threats and Promises of Sci- ence that Ins work "could well have tremendous value in brain surgery, but it has a dangerous potential in the wrong hands." "One can easily see its future application in mind manipula- he said. "At the moment we are working with rats, but this might not always be the case, and the obvious extension is to humans." He said he decided to cancel the project "before it is too late." Two Deaths Due To Abortions NEW YORK (AP) Two women have died as a result of abortion-related procedures since the relaxed state abortion law went into effect July 1, the city's medical examiner said Tuesday. Dr. Milton Helpern, medical examiner, said Carmen Rodri- guez died Sunday in Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx of "the ef- fects of an but that a heart ailment she had was "a contributary cause." Helpern did not identify the other victim, a 42-year-old woman, who died July 12 at St. Luke's Hospital when she did not come out of a general anesthetic. He said the death could have happened in any op- eration and was not caused only by the abortion. The law permits women to have abortions with only a doc- tor's consent. Bemadette Works In Cell BELFAST (Heuters) Ber- nadette Devlin, 23-year-old member of the British Parlia- ment for Mid-Ulster, is to be al- lowed to conduct her parliamen- tary work from her cell in Ar- magh Prison. The Northern Ireland home affairs ministry said today she will be allowed one visit a week to discuss constituency matters with her agents. She is serving a six-month term in the prison for taking part in communal riots in Londonderry last year. Miss Devlin is a member of the Homan Catholic minority in Northern Ireland. First Sub For South Africa LORIENT, France (Reulers) South Africa will receive its first French-built submarine at Average Hay Crop IRON SPRINGS first cutting of hay has been completed in the Iron Springs area and it has yielded an av- erage crop. Winter wheat is also being swathed and an average yield U expected this year. Sugar beet thinning has been completed and the second hoe- ing is under way with some acreages being irrigated. Rain is badly needed for dry- tend crops if they are to fill. The overall acreage com- pares with that of last year with a slight increase noted in flax and barley acreages. Sunflowers are also being grown for the first time in sev- eral years with several hun- dred acres being seeded. They are also in need of rain. Commercial vegetable crops are also being grown again this year and include potatoes and other vegetables. this AHantic aavai base Friday. Admiral Hugo Biermann, South African navy chief, will attend the formal handing over of the 850-ton, deep-diving sufe marine Maria van Biebeeck at a ceremony here. The Maria van Riebeeck. named after the wife of Jan van Riebeeck, founder of -South Af- rica in 1652, will have a comple- ment of 45 men. The South African crew hava been training with the French navy. The Maria van Riebeeck, powered by electric diesel en- gines, is capable of sailing at 16 knots submerged. The 58-yard- long submarine is equipped with 12 torpedoes. FREIGHT DERAILED NORTH BAY, Ont. (CP) Two engines and 10 rail cars on Canadian National Railways freight train were derailed Tuesday near Kilrush, 50 miles southeast of here. No crew members were injured in the derailment, believed caused by a washout from heavy rain dur- ing the last two days. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. 5., Lethbridge THURSDAY, JULY 23rd SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Admiral TV; Nice brown armless lounge; Dresser; Wardrobe; Moffat and Kenmore Apt. size electric ranges; RCA Victor TV; Kitchen china cabinet; Sparton 3-way combination TV Radio Record player; Green lounge and chair; Chrome table; Automatic and wringer washers; Chrome Hi-chair; Chrome chairs; Wood chairs; Beds; Lawn chairs; Youth bed; Headboards; Good ping pong table; Tapestries; Bird cage and stand; Coolers; ing bags; Pictures; Ornaments; Dishes; Floor polisher; Clothes hampers; Hadio. End table; Hydraulic jacks; Electric appliances; Has- socks; Crocks; Sani-Can; New leather purses; Walkie- talkie. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Avt. S. lelhbridgt AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDWANN Lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 4S0 Get In The Action Hurry To Eaton's For Your Share Of The Action For As Long As The Quantities Last Save 2.01 to 5.01 Women's Pants Regular 8.00 to 15.00. Pull-on slyle pants for women. In knit fabrics of wool, rayon and acetates. Flare and straight leg style. Colours: coral, yellow, mint, navy and brown. Excep- tional value. Sizes 10 to 18. f" QQ ft 99 Eaton's Action Days, 5.99 g. Sportswear, Main Floor Save 1.00 and 2.00 Girls7 Coordinates Tough, sanforized fabric with extra strong double stitch- ing. Comfortable slim western fit. Choice of jacket, slims or cut offs. Assorted colours. Sizes 7 to M. Slims. Regular 5.99 save 2.00. O QQ Eaton's Action Days, each W.WW Jackets. Regular 6.99 save 2.00. A QQ Eaton's Action Days, each ....................taww Cut Offs. Regular 3.99 save 1.00. O QQ Eaton's Action Days, each t.ww Girls' Wear, Main Floor Save 2.01 to 5.01 Women's Swim Wear Regular 8.00 to 15.00. An excellent opportunity for'you to save on swim wear to finish, out the summer season with.. 2-piece Bikini and bare midriff styles. In prints and plain fabrics. Assorted summer shades. V QQ QQ Sizes 10 to 16. ?V M Eaton's Action Days, each %F to %F Sportswear, Main Floor Pantie Girdles Exceptional value in pantie girdles. Light weight lycra, 4 garter style. Medium only. White. QQ Eaton's Action Days, each Rayon Briefs Regular 69c. Elastic leg style. Plain and lace trim. Sizes: Small, medium and large. Assorted colours. Eaton's Action Days, each Contour Bras Padded fibre fill contour bras, lycro and lace style. Rigid straps. White. Sizes 32 to 36, A, B and C cups. -I QQ Lingerie, Main Floor Eaton's Action Days, each Special Purchase Sayelle Wool An always popular favorite with the busy knitter Sayelle knitting worsted wool, specially priced for Action Days. 4-ply, machine washable and dryable. Choose from shades of Brown, Navy, Copen, Nile, Aqua Turquoise and Red. 2-ounce skein. Eaton's Action Days, Skein uni snuues Wools, Lower Floor Savel.Ol "Cloggie, Doggie" Thongs Regular 4.00. Cool, comfortable summer thongs you'll wear and wear throughout the remainder of the summer. In assorted styles and colours. Thick foam padded insoles and QQ long wearing foam outsoles. Sizes: small, medium and large. Eaton's Action Days, pair Hosiery, Main Floor Save 3.96 to 7.01 Joyce Shoes Regular 17.95 to 21.00. Discontinued lines of Joyce pumps in assorted styles and patterns. Low to medium'height heels. Soft kid leather uppers, leather rubber soles. Not all sizes in any one style but sizes 6 to 10 collectively. gt QQ Colour: Beige. All sales final, Eaton's Action Days, pair U Shoes, Main Floor Save 1.96 Boys' Jeans Ordinarily 5.95, Here's extra-ordinary value in jeans for the boys in the family. Boat flare strip cotton denim in the slim style so popular with most boys. Low rise, double stitched seams and sanforized. Sizes 8 io 16. Eaton's Action Days, each Boys' Wear, Main Floor Save 2.96 Pyrex Bowl Set Regular 7.95. Here's exciting value in a pyrex bowl set for your own use or as a gift. Set'consists of four bawls, 128-oz, 80-oz., 48-oz, and 24-oz. Size. Colours: Avccado and Blue. Be sure to look these sets over they M QQ are bound to go quickly at this saving. Eaton's Action Days, set Housewaies, Lower Floor Save 4.96 Philips Speed Shavers Ordinarily 16.95. The "Speedshaver" contoured lo fit the hand and designed for comfortable shaves day in and day out. Features rotary action blades, total contact heads with push-button cleaning. Model 8060. QQ Eaton's Action Days, each I Barbering Sets Ordinarily 18.95 satb 4.96. Beat the high cost of hair cuts willi this handy barbering kit. 1 QQ Jewellery, Main Floor Eaton's Action Days, kit Pristeen Deodorant Spray A completely feminine deodorant that will keep you fresh and confident at all times. 3.5 oz. size. 4 OQ Eaton's Action Days, each Nylon Toothbrush With medium or hard nylon bristle. Assorted colours. Eaton's Action O QQA Days W for wwp Sundries, Lower Floor Save 1.25 to 2.83 Beach Towels Regular to 5.50. Take advantage of these dandy beach towels at a big saving. Just what you want to take on your holidays. Large size 30x60 inches and gcty, colourful patterns. Useful the year round. EH Eaton's Action Days, each to %F Household Linens, Second Floor Save 5.01 Young Men's Shoes Ordinarily 15.00. Stylish oxford or slipon styles. Grained leather or smooth leather uppers. Composition soles and med- ium widths. Sizes 7 to 12 collectively. Black only. Better be prompt for this value they are bound to go' QQ quickly. Eaton's Action Days, Pair 9 Shoes, Main Floor Save 2.01 Men's Knit Shirts Ordinarily 6.00. Acrylic knits in washable material. Popular raglan sleeves. Three-button placket front, ribbed waistband. Assarted colours of Gold, Blue and Beige. Sizes: small, medium large and extra-large, Value that seldom comes 4% QQ your way. Eaton's Action Days, each................................ 3 Men'i Wear, Main Floor Save 1.25 Car Wash Brush Regular 7.75. Just what you have been looking for to keep the car spanking clean. Dandy for washing win- dows, too. Hair bristles set in rubber with take-off handle For easy storing. Kfl Eaton's Action Days, each Agto Accessories, Lower Floor Save 90.00 Viking Console Stereo Regular 389.00. A handsome saving on a Viking console stereo. combination featuring the Garrard changer. Acoustically balanced 6 speaker system designed to deliver the ultimate in sound reproduction. 00 One only for a lucky Eaton customer. Eaton's Action Days Home Entertainment Section, Second Floor Save 24.06 Portable Record Player Regular 119.95. Automatic altraclive vinyl covering resists scuffs, wipes clean easily. Beautifully styled inside and out. Precision made VM automatic changer for all record sizes and speeds. Diamond needle. Separate volume and tone controls. Eaton's Action Days, 20% off, each Home Entertainment Section, Second Floor imuiu bi 95 Save 3.96 Teens7 Casuals Ordinarily 10.95. Soft, glove leather so popular with teem. With long wearing composition soles and heels, Tie's, slipons, or boat styles. Wide toe styling. Colours: Brown, Blue, Light Tan and Orange. Sizes 6 to 10 colllectjvely. 4% QQ Eaton's Action Days, Pair..................................... V Shoes, Main Floor Save 56c Men's Sandals Ordinarily 1.95. Practical, coot sandals for those hot summer days. Soft vinyl straps with comfortable rubber soles and heels. Tuck a pair away in your vacation bag. Sizes: small, medium, large and extra large. Dark Brown QQ and Tan. Eaton's Action Days, Pair Save More On 2 pr, 2.59 1 Shoes, Main Floor Save 5.96 Truline Tricycles Regular 29.95. Extra-ordinary value on Truline deluxe 20 inch tricycles for ages 4 to 7. Tubular steel frame and chrome plated front mudguard. Double step plate for easier mount- ing. Front wheel ball bearings, rear wheels have nylon bearings. Limited quantity. Eaton's Action Days, each 23 Toys, Lower Floor SAVE 3.96 WALKIE TALKIE SETS Regular 23.95. A toy that Is no end of fun. 7-transistors with call signal and 4 Q QQ olume control. Eaton's Aclion Days, each I HALF-PRICE ROBBIE ROBOT Regulor 7.98. Has "jet pock" lo hold two only AA batteries (not included) to power him and his ve- liclc. O QQ Eaton's Action Days, Holf-Price, each SAVE 8.00 DIESEL FREIGHT TRAIN Regular 24.95. Set consists of die- sel locomotive, 4 freight cars, caboose, etc.'