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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wootw Wednesday, July 29, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID mens WIDBWS Save 16.62 to 21.62 Men's Summer and Fall Co-Ordinates Two and three-piece outfits. Selection includes plain colors, stripes ond glen checks. Colors of Gold, Green, Blue, Grey and many more. Sizes 36 to 46. Reg. Woolco Price 64.50 to 69.50. 47.88 Men's Permanent Press Shirts Short sleeves. Button down collar. Suitable -for sport or dress wear. Choosy from solid colors and stripes. Sizes S, M; L. Incomplete size range. Reg. Woolco Prico 2.97 Save .98 to 1.09 Men's Assorted Surfer Trunks and Pool Shorts All around boxer waist and SA elasticized waist styles. Selection includes plain colors, checks and stripes. Sizes S, M, L, XL Reg. Woolco Price 7.97 to 6.97. .99 5. Save .44 to 1.09 Men's Assorted Summer Hats Straw and cloth fabrics. Wide variety of plain and psychedelic designs and some poplin rain hats. Sizes S, M, L, XL. Reg. Woolco Price .88 to 2.97. ,44 .1. Save Men's Wool and Mohair Jac Shirts Canadian made. Fashionable one! functional as well. Features two breast pockets with flaps. Dry clean only. Sizes S, M, L, XL. 5.88 Reg. Woolco Price 8.88. Save 3.18 Boy's Matching Pant and Vest Sets Yarn dyed woven fabric. Machine washable. Retains color and shape after repeated washings. Incomplete size ond color range. Reg. Woolco Price 9.95. 6.77 Save Boys' Suedine Fringe Jackets Canadian made. Zipper front, two slash pockets. Dry cleaning recommended. Brown. Sizes 7 lo 18. Reg- Woolco Price 13.88. 8.88 Boys' Permanent Press Jeans 52% nylon, 48% cotton. Slim fitting with tapered leg. Double stitched for extra strength. Sizes 8 to 16. In- complete size range. Reg. Woolco Price 2.97. c Boys' Short Sleeve Sport Shirts 50% cotton, 50% fortrel. Made by Lloyd Shirt and Style Guild manufacturers. Never needs ironing. Plain, striped and fancy designs. Sizes 8 to 16. Reg. Woolco A Price 2.98. for Save .44 to 1.45 Boys' Assorted Summer and Western Hats Both felt and straw fabrics, AH reduced to save you money. Assorted colors ond patterns. Incomplete size and color range. Sires S, M, L, XL, Reg. Woolco Price .88 fo 2.95. .44 1.50 'Super Summer Sale' is a total Woolco effort to bring you a month of outstanding values. Spe- cially picked, specially priced to suit your family budget. Monday ond Tuesday 9 a.m. to p.m.; Wednesday O.M. to p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Eye-Smarting Fog Eases TOKYO (AP) An eye- smarting smog that has covered Tokyo for nearly a week eased a bit today and officials found it unnecessary to warn the city's residents to stay in- doors as much as possible. But the government of Pre- mier Eisaku Sato decided to form a national environmental disruption control headquarters to help combat air and water pollution throughout Japan. Officials said the decision, an- nounced following the day's reg- ular cabinet meeting, calls fo Sato to head the organization. Sato and all other cabine ministers also agreed to appoin Sacianori Yamanaka, director general of the premier's office as minister in charge of ah water and land pollution. Authorities said the govern ment took such action after re viewing (he oxidant pollution ii Tokyo, the world's largest city Oxidants are generally be- lieved caused by the sun acting on automobile exhaust gases Jurist Group Faces Crisis GENEVA (AP) A financial crisis is threatening the Interna- tional Commission of Jurists which for the last 18 years has published reports on violations of the law and human rights throughout the world. Most of its budget of around has traditionally been guaranteed by grants from foundations in the United States. 3ut this source has suddenly been cut off. New legislation removing tax exemption for such grants, tin troubles in the U.S. econom; and an increasing tendency for Americans to become more in volved in their own problems are seen as the main reasons behind the decisions.- The commission still hopes group of European governments will come to the rescue. Experts are currently discussing ways of keeping the commission alive. Search Continues For Plane REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) A Soviet trawler arrived here Tuesday with debris thought to have come from a missing So- viet cargo plane. The plane, an Antonov 22, was reported lost with its crew of 23 over the Atlantic July 18 on a flight io Pera from Iceland. It carried relief supplies for earth- quake victims. The trawler skipper, E. Le- bedev, told reporters the debris was picked up Sunday east oi the tip of Greenland. He said it almost certainly came from the missing aircraft Lebedev re- ported the debris consisted of pieces of wood used for crating aid materials. The search for the missing plane and possible survivors continues. Paper Mergers Law Approved SAN CLEMENTS, Calif. (AP) President Nixon, a White House source said Tuesday, has signed into law a bill providing anti-trust law exemptions for joint commercial operating agreements between news- papers in 22 United States cit- ies. The measure permits future agreements for the merger of all but editorial operations, if one of the newspapers involved is deemed to be failing finan- cially and the justice depart- ment clears the arrangements. Under the existing agree- ments, two newspapers in each of the 22 cities have joint ar- rangements covering mechani- cal or business operations or both. Rippon Named New Negotiator LONDON (AP) Prime Min- ister Edward Heath named Geoffrey Hippon Tuesday as Britain's new European Com- mon Market negotiator- Eippon, 46, takes over from Anthony Barber, who was named chancellor of the ex- chequer in place of the late Iain Macleod. Rippcn's task will be to nego- tiate terms for British entry to I the market. Though general! regarded as on the right of tl governing Conservative part; he is known as one of Britain keenest advocates of politica and industrial co-oper'ation wil Europe. John Davies, a leading indus trialist and former chairman o the Confederation of British In dustry, takes over Rippon's for mer post as minister of techno ogy. Canadian Skier In Hospital MELBOURNE (AP) -In- jured Canadian skier Howard (Kerry) Outer bridge was brought to hospital here today after spending 68 hours waiting for help in the Australian bush in freezing temperatures. Outerbridge of New West- minster, B.C., said he had hit an ice ledge during ski run down Mount BuUer Saturday afternoon and skidded 800 fee down hill, breaking a ski ant dislocating his shoulder. Outerbridge, his face caked in mud and Wood, told his res cuers "Gee, mats, thanks then they offered him can of beer. Outerbridge has been study ing medicine at Melbourne Uni versity for the last four years. Expense Accounts Brief Presented OTTAWA (CP) Conscienc and corporate surveillance kce convention delegates f r u g a enough that the govettimen should abandon its proposal ti make entertainment and con vention expenses iion-deducti We, the Travel Industry Asso- ciation of Canada said Tuesday The association, formerly known as the Canadian Touris" Association, appeared before the Commons finance commit- tee, which is studying the gov- ernment's white paper propos- als on tax change. F. G. Brander, first vice-pres- ident of the association and pub- lisher of Maclean's magazine, said more respect should be paid to industry for the "care and caution" it uses in watching over employee expense ac- counts. Mr. Brander said he tells his employees the company's regu- lations and then says: "Let your conscience be your guide." Most people, he said, make out expense accounts in good conscience after attending con- ventions. The government could supple- ment this by policing business and industry more thoroughly than it has under current regu- lations instead of dropping en- tertainment and convention ex- penses from their present de- ductible status. The association's brief esti- mated that the proposal, if adopted, woKid result in a loss of lo the economy result in the unemployment of persons directly in- volved in the industry and persons in dependent jobs. It said indications are that implementation of the proposal would result in a disasterous 85-per-cent decrease in conven- tion and entertainment spend- ing. Air Carriers Earn Profit OTTAWA (CP) Air Can- ada, CP Air and five majoi regional earners earned a profit of about in May, up from a deficit of in the same month lasl year, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported here. A major reason for the dif- ference was a labor dispute which closed down Air Canada for 20 days in May, 1969, DBS said. "Activities in May, 1970, were more in line with the nor- nal seasonal pattern." The May surplus helped re- duce the over-all loss for the 'irst five months of the year to Profit figures for the air car- in May are: Air Canada, CP A i r, ind the five regional carriers', The regional carriers are Eastern Provincial Air- vays, Nordair, Pacific Western Quebecair and Trans- lir. Rest assured with famous Wnbusso quality sheets and cases. "Comfort" Pillow Slips 100 count for dependable snowy while. 42" size, poly packed. No-Iron Wabasso First Lady Silky Bmooth all cotton sheets and cases, wash wrinkle-free, never needs ironing. Fresh paslel prinls in pink, blue. gold. Single, flat and fitted. Double, flat and filled. Queen, Flat and fitted. Matching ow slips. 4.91 5.74 I.I 1 2.69 Famous name confidence in this heavy duty bed linen priced Woolco low. Hemstitched, closely woven white only. 3.28 3.63 3.31 3.58 Blended Blanket With 6 satin binding is Canadian made, completely wash- able. Solid shades of lilac, antique gold, orange, avocado, delphinium blue. Individually poly bagged. About EACH A rugged, 100% cotton flannel blanket Is an ideal, inexpensive exlra for cottage, car, or camping, Solid allover grey shade with red or blue and stripes. About EACH .J Chinook Flannel Blanket Here is an ideal blanket for cottage or home yet light. White with pink and blue strip borders. About Reg. Woolco Pric. 4.24 pair. PAIR Needle-Woven Bedspread 3.66 Blend of 85% viscose and 15% nylon, with Permalron finish. Completely washable. Available in assorted colors. Bunk, twin and Double _ _ _ _ sue. I V and in iuu tuiuis. uuiir., 9.76 'Super Summer Sale' to a total Woolco effort to bring you a month of outstanding values. Specially picked, specially pried to suit your family budget. LOpen Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m, to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. TO 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;