Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THI lETHoRIDGf HERALD W.dneiday, July U, 1977 EATON'S fashion clearance ON SALE FOR AS LONG AS QUANTITIES LAST! Summer fashion clearances are great bargains! It means big buys on women's fashions, men's fashions and footwear for the family. Come early for best selection on sale for as long as the quantities last. CLEARANCE SUMMER DRESSES Regular 18.00 to 2B.OO. Taken righl from our regular slock and priced (o clear quickly. Shift and belted styles. Mostly hand washable. Included are fcrtrels. arnels, and washable cottons. Assorted summer shades. Sizes 7 lo 15. 10 lo 20 ond 16ft to 2414. CLEARANCE, each 19" Dreises, Main Floor Women's Buckskin "Pea" Jackets Regular 34.99 lo 39.99. Here's value that seldom comes your way. We're clear- ing out a group of women's Buckskin "Pen" Jackets al a big saving. Two styles plain or with sheepskin collar. Colors: blue, tan and brown. Sizes 7 to 11. CLEARANCE, each 24" 29 Women'i Wear, Main Floor Women's Squall Jackets 11.00 to 13.00. Make your choice from two styles in the longer length. Choice of zipper or button clos- ing. Made from nylon. Colors: red, white. Sizes 9 lo 13. CLEARANCE, each "pea" jacket or 7 ".9 Sporttwcar, Main Floor Women's Slip Clearance Regular 4.00 te 9.00. Priced to clear in a hurry. An excellent selection of full length and half slips in average and tails. Nylon tri- QQ cot. Finished with lace trim. Colors: white and skin- to tone. Sizes 34 lo 40. CLEARANCE, loch Lingerie, Main Floor Big Value In Foundations Regular 4.00 to 16.00. Brassieres and girdles taken right from our regular stock Qnd reduced to clear. Girdle sizes small, medium and large and bras in broken size range 1o include 32-40 irv A, B and C cups. Colors: while and skintone. CLEARANCE, each Lingerie, Main Floor Women's Teens' Summer Shoes Stylish summer footwear in discontinued lines from Joyce, O'Omphie or Savage. Smooth leather in patent uppers. Composition soles. Not all sizes in the group but sizes 7 to 10 collectively. All sales final. QQ QQ Beige or white. to CLEARANCE, pair 13 Sho.I, Main Floor Women's Summer Sandals Assorted styles and patterns for young and not so young Leather or patent uppers. Leather, composition or cork soles and heels. Colors: brown and white. Sizes 6 to 9 collectively. All sales final. CLEARANCE, pair Shoes, Main Floor Men's Summer Jackets Regular 13.98 to 49.95. A collection of summer jackets all marked down lo half the regular pricing fcr quick clearance. Nylon or Q9 colton fabrics. Broken sizes and colors. Belter be to prompt for these. CLEARANCE, each d down lo r 24 Men'i Wear, Main Floor Men's Western Straws Priced low for quick clearance. An excellent opportunity to get a western straw for the remainder of the summer and to put away for next year. Many styles. Also work straws. A good selection of ihades. Sizes 67''a to CLEARANCE, each 3 Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Suit Clearance Better be early for best selection from this group of suits. Choose from double knils and worsled wool fabrics in lighter, brighter tones. JL.SI what you want for summer wear so cool and smart in appearance. They feature fancy pockets nnd belted backs and flare pants. Of course they are QQ in broken size range so be prompt. CLEARANCE, mil 79 Mtn'i Wear, Main Floor BIG VALUE SUMMER SHIFTS Regular 9.00 to 12.00. Better be prompt for Ihe exciting value on shifts. Cotton in assorted prints and stripes. Pull-on style in a choice of zipper or button front style. Sleeve- less. Sizes, small, medium and large. CLEARANCE, each vuiue on inese sum 6" 9 .99 Lingerie, Ma.n Floor Women's White Pants Regular 11.00 to 18.00. White is right and so fashionable for summer wear. Choose from fortrels, koratrons and cotton knits. Pull on styles. ftn Just what you want for wear with a summer jacket. Sizes 10 to 18. CLEARANCE, each CLEARANCE, Sporliwtar, Main Floor Women's Hat Clearance ummer chapeau at a special clearance price What an opportunity to obtain a summer chapeau Make your choice from brims and cloche styles- St maKe your cnoice irom unms unu iiucne si materials. Lovely assarted summer shades. fraws and fabric CLEARANCE, each Millinery, Main Floor Women's Gown Clearance Regular to 12.00. Waltz and full length gowns at a pricing to put dollars in your pocket. Lace and embroidery trims. Nylon tricot. QQ QQ Assorted colors. Sizes: small, medium and large. B ro CLEARANCE, eoch pricing to put dollar; Lingerie, Main Fig or Women's Swimwear Clearance Regular 14.00 to '30.00. Look at the value here uammg suns ratten ngm from our regular stock and reduced to clear. One piece and two-piece in bikini styles. Prirvt and plain fabrics. Assorted summer M m colors. Sizes 10 to 40. CLEARANCE, each bathing suits taken right Sun Spot, Main Floor Women's Swim Caps Regular 179 to 6.00. What an opportunity to buy a smart swim cap ro go with the above iwim suits and at a big saving. Plain and fancy caps in assorted colors. Better be prompt they should go quickly. CLEARANCE, each M mil a win i tufj 10 14 u v Sun Spot, Main Floor Women's Summer Sandals Here's value you'll be delighted with. Stylish cork soles ond heels. Vinyl or con- vas uppers. Assorted patterns and styles. Jl CQ QQ white, beige, red or yellow. Sizes 5 to 9 collectively. ff f'99 All Soles Final. CLEARANCE, each to I Shoe I, Main Floor Men's Walking Shorts A collection of walking shorls specially priced for big value. Mostly in plain colors in permanent press fabrics. Jusl what you want for wear Q during rhe hot days ahead. Broken sizes but 30 to 40 waist in the group. CLEARANCE, each Man'i Wear, Main Floor Men's Casual Slacks brics in fancy check and plains, Regular 15.95 to Cotton and polyester fabrics in fancy chec Included are whiles. Permanent press for easy care. Broken sizes and colors. Jusl what you want for wear during the remainder of summer. CLEARANCE, pair Men'i Wear, Main Floor Men's Fortrel Slacks Mr. Man here's value in a forlrel slack you can't afford to overlook. In the season's high colors flared bottoms and wide loops and top pocket. Of course they are in a broken color range which explains ihc big gfl MM QQ value. Patterns and plains including white. CLEARANCE, each op pocket. 17 Men'i Wear, Main Floor _________CARD._________ Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday From 9 Til 9 For These Exciting Values. BUY LINE 328-8811. MOON STATUE ON SALE Copies of this small alum- inum sculpture "Fallen Astronaut" have been offered for sale at each by Ihe artist Paul Van Hoeydonck. original was left on the moon by fhe Apollo 15 asfronauls. NASA officials said ihey deplored the commercialization of moon flight souvenirs but said ihere was nothing they could do about it. Researcher links U.S. spy agency to heroin trade NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) A researcher who linked the United States Central Intelli- gence Agency with the Indo- Chinese heroin trade claims the CIA is threatening his constitu- tional rights by examining his yet unpublished book on his study. "I consider it tantamount to a violation of my First Amend- ment Alfred McCoy said Monday of the CIA's de- mand for a copy of the manu- script of The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia. The book contains allegations that top military leaders in Laos, Cambodia and Thailand, with die knowledge of some U.S. officials and the assistance of the CIA, have been feeding heroin to South Vietnam and the United States. McCoy, a third-year student In Southeast Asian history at Yale University, also called the acquiescence of publisher Har- per and How to meet the CIA demand "an extremely danger- ous precedent" for the publish- ing industry. The publisher turned over a; copy of the book to Ihe CIA last Thursday, McCoy said, telling him the book would not be pub- lished at all if he did not permit the U.S. agency to see the mate- rial. The CIA was given seven days to look over the book be- fore Harper and Row resumes working toward a September publication, McCoy said. McCoy told a congressional subcommittee June 2 in vfash- i n g t o n that his information came Irom 18 months of re- search and interviews In the Far East, Europe and the United States. Allende blames U.S. for troubles SANTIAGO (AP) President Salvador Allende has announced an economic plan that couples development with austerity aimed at pushing Chile faster along the road to socialism. The Marxist President placed major blame on the United Stales for the economic crisis that has stricken the country since he took office 20 months ago. In a radio speech Monday night, he accused Washington of "deliberately restricting" Chile's credits from million in mid-1970 to 532 million last month. He termed this "part of a virtual economic blockade." Allende admitted that a sharp drop in foreign cun'ency re- serves had put the country "in difficult straits." His Popular Unity government, a coalition of six leftist groups, has used up most of ?100 million in reserves lo buy food. Sharp drop in farm produc- tion, caused by illegal seizures of private lands by ultrn-lcfllst groups, has bronchi, food short- ages and a drop in earnings from copper has aggravated the crisis. COI'I'KR I1IG DUSINKSS More two-thirds of Hie income of Ihu country from copper exports. On lop of that, copper prices have dropiicd sharply on foreign markets. Allende gave few details of his new development plan hut snid it will include government Invf.slmral.s of more Ihjin ?7GO million in the next two years to develop industrial and Inrm pro- duction. He indicated that most of this money will come from commun- ist countries. He pledged to raise salaries on a mandatory basis by August or September to offset inflation. The cost of living went up 30 per cent during the first half of this year and another 30 per cent lias been predicted for the second half. Allende also announced more taxes for the wealthy and the middle class, compulsory insur- ance on virtually everything from life to private automobiles, and further stale controls aimed at eliminating the 91 big indus- tries still lefl in private hands. Bennett smiles VANCOUVER (CP) Pre- mier A. C. BcnncU. appear- ed somewhat non plussed by one of those who appeared to wish him "good luck in the election" as he was leaving his election call news conference. Dcrril Warren, British Col- umbia Conservative leader, ap- proached the premier, stuck out his hand, and said: "Hello, Air. Premier, I am Perril War- ren. Good luck in Ihe election." Mr. .Bennett smiled and re- plied: "How do you do. Nicr lo see you." Then he walked off scowling. FKWF.R TMF.ATHF.S The number of movie theatres operating in Austria dropped lo 791 at the end of 1971 from in 1909.