Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
58 THE LETHDRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, Juno 2, 1970 Spared From Execution WASHINGTON (AP) The he did in June, IOCS, when lire Supreme Court Monday spared from execution but did not de- rom execution um urn inn, uu- nily not automatically be :ide the challenges to capital Orr jurjcs ;n capital cases, i u n i s h in e n t his appeal decision said Maxwell's P> presented. The decision gives Maxwell, an Arkansas Negro convicted of rape, a chance to argue in lower court that the sentence cannot be carried out because opponents of capital punishment were kept out of the jury box. The jMaxwell case reached na- tional prominence hecansc it be- came a pivotal test of the way the death penalty is adminis- tered in the U.S." Justice Hugo L. Black dis- court ruled thai persons ex pressing general conscientious scruples against the death pen- alty could not automatically be death sentence could not stand if opponents of capital punish- ment were arbitrarily barred as jurors, but Maxwell did not raise the jury issue in the three federal courts that have consi- dered his appeal. Therefore, the Supreme Court sent the case back to federal district court in Arkansas for re-examination. Maxwell was sentenced to death in for the rape of a 35-year-old1 Hot Springs, Ark., scnted in Monday's decision as wliite woman Tribesmen Pay Their Homage KUMASI, Ghana (Renters) Tribal drums beat out a mes- sage of mourning today as As- hanti tribesmen converged on the central provincial capital of Kumasi to pay homage to their asajitehene who died Wednesday at the age of 78. The body of the asantehene, Otumfuo Sir Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, will lie in state in Manhiyia palace until a burial service Thursday in Cyrians Ca- thedral. On the order of Prime Minis- ter Kofi Busia, the king will be given a state burial Thursday, although the traditional funeral service may not be held for sev- eral months until a successor is cxosen. Following Ashanti tradition, many mourners will not drink water or eat until Friday. The asantehene, little known outside Ghana, was the princi- pal of all paramount chiefs of Ghana and last year became the first president of the new national House of Chiefs. Worst Flood Surge Expected VIENNA, Austria (Reuters) Romanian troops spread out along the 60-mile reaches of tha Romanian Danube today to 42 Complete Hunter Training CLARESHOLM Dahl, chairman of the Clares- holm and district recreation board, has announced 42 per- EODS who took the Alberta Hunt- er Training and Conservation Course passed the recent ex- amination. I n s t r u c tors were George Thorburn, Robert E. Arlt, Gor- die Brown, Ken Dalil, David Forrester, Ruben Hartfelder and the late Doug Mackin, all of Claresholm and district. The class included one wom- an Miss Nola Helrner, 31 youths and 11 men. Vehicle Checks Aid Motorists At Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Alberta government mo- bile vehicle checking station here processed several hun- dred cars last week. Operated under the depart- ment of highways, the mobile cheeking crews are visting major centres throughout the province this year. Participation of motorists is on a voluntary basis. New cars and trucks were put through and many of them found some adjustments neces- sary to have their vehicles safe for the holiday season. Burn Mortgage SPARWOOD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Jock Mitchell of Spar- wood entertained members of their family and friends at a barbecue recently, the happy occasion being to burn the mortgage on their home. The Mitchells arc long-time resi- dents of the Sparwood district. help farmers and villagers com- bat what is expected to be the worst flood surge in centuries. A wall of water is reported surging down aivers from Hun- gary and Yugoslavia to feed the Danube. The flood wave is expected to sweep into Homania Tuesday. Southern Romania already was devastated by floods during the last three weeks with wide- spread inundations from the Danube brought on by torrential rain and melting snow. Hungary and Yugoslavia re- ported Sunday night that rivers feeding the Danube have over- spilled or pierced new emer- gency dikes thrown up in the last 10 days. Swim Pool Action Begins PINCHER CHEEK (Special The swimming pool opctux to an eager crowd uf boys anc girls recently. The businessmen took their first plunge recently and an lo swim each week day from 7 a.m. to a.m. Miss Joyce McLcod will su pervise Uie operation of tin pool. Lifeguard instructors are: Debbie Sawyer, Elinor Collins Cam Brown, Lecna Gingras vjfaurecn Makuk, and Husscl Robb. Until Uie end of June there will be a school program Man day to Friday from 9 a.m. to p.m. Swim club sessions will take place Monday to Friday from S a.m. to p.m. Skin and scuba diving wiT take place under the direction of recreation director F. Lipsky and Leona Gingras from a.m. to 12 noon Saturdays. The diving club starts May 31, from 4 p.m. to p.m under the direction of Elinor Collins and Cam Brown. Synchronized swimming planned, the date is to be set soon. This will be under the di- rection of Joyce McLcod anc Debbie Sawyer. The pool will be open to pub- lie swimming after school, Sat- urdays and Sundays. Estimated For Services NATAL (HNS) Underwood McLellan and Associates esti- mates servicing the remaining 64 lots in Stage B will cost about District of Spar- wood council was advised re- cently. The fmance committee will study the estimate. Requests were received from two residents for the relocation of fire hydrants on or adjacent to their respective properties. Council felt these relocation requests could be met t the seme time as a sewer line re- location. It caused problems with freezing last winter. Approval was given to start work on these projects. IDS Seminary Pupils Graduate MAGRATH (HNS) Mag- rath LDS Church pu- pils and parents were honored at a turkey banquet in the LDS assembly Hall with Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLung as hosts. Taylor Stake Relief' Society officers catered for o.ne hun- dred guests. Graduation exercises w held in the LDS Chapel with seminary president Kent Bul- lock in charge. Miss Jane Kadonaga played an organ prelude and accom- panied congregational singing led by Miss Janice Gurney. Invocation was by Michael Bennett. Jim Johnston of Calgary spoke. He was introduced by Curtiss Miller. Seminary principal Robert McLung presented the grad- uates. They received diplomas from Taylor Stake President Thorrras Karren. A quartet of Misses Jane Rip Out TV Wires SPARWOOD (HNS) Sev- eral incidents of vandalism have occurred recently in the S'panvood District. Most of the damage was done in the new townsit.e area. Vandals ripped out the televi- sin wires west of Sparwood. Damage has been reported to wavy equipment being used by contractors. Healing Substance- Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven fo shrink and repair damaged tissue, A renowned research Institute has found a unique healing sub- stance with the ability to slirink hemorrhoids painlessly. It re- lieves itching and discomfort In minutes and speeds up healing of the injured, inflamed tissues. One hcmorrhoidal case his- tory after another reported "very striking improvement." Pain promptly and gently relieved aclin'. reduction or rclract ion inking) And must Improvement maintained in cases uiicrc clinical observations were continued over a period, uf many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were made on patients with a wide variety of I'.cmorrhoidal condi- tions, Ali this was accomplished with a healing substance (Bio- Djne) which quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates growthofnewtissuc, Bio-Dyne is offered in ointment and supposi- tory form called Preparation H. In addition to actually shrink- ing hemorrhoids, Preparation II lubricates and mokes elimina- tion less painfMl. It helps prevent infection which is a stated cause cf hemorrhoids. Just ask your tiRis-gUt for Preparation II Suppositories or Preparation II Ointment (with a special Satisfaction or your money refunded. Preparation Alston, Janice Gurney, Christal Harker and Gayle Bennett sang My Testimony. Benediction was by Judy Harris. Graduates are Jane Alston, Glen Baker, Gayle Bennett, Mi- chael Bennett, Craig Bullock, Gary Coleman, John Curliss, Allen Dahl, Janice Gurney, Shayne Gurney, Donald Hamil- ton, Christal Harker, Deborah Karren, Ross Larson, Bruce Ririe, Russel Hollingson, Neil Wheeler, Valerie Wilde. Post graduates included: Arana Alston, Marie Bennett, Charles Ely, Nancy Brown, Judy Bullock, Kent Bullock, Paul Coieraan, Debby Curliss, Judy Harris, Maridel Hovey, Lucy Kadonaga, David Larson, Curtiss Miller, Colleen Sims, David Smith. Student officers this year were Kent Bullock, Curtis Mil- ler, Maridel Hovey and Judy Harris. The graduating classes at- tended a dance in Raymond Cultural Hall where seminary students of Taylor Stake as- sembled. 'Close Sliave' For Joe Eiies And Tractor PINCIIER CREEK (Special) Joe Enes of the Summer- view district is counting his blessings. His large tractor almost overturned when he was re- :urning home. One of the- dual wheels caught the edge o[ the steel mdge over the Oldman River, north of Pincher Station near tile F. Bitango farm. The impact spun the tractor! wound and it crashed through .he wooden railing of the bridge approach and came lo rest lee- .ering over the eight-foot bank of the river. A large winch truck ar.d> another tractor were needed to right the .seven-ion machine, j Boil Wafer SPARWOOD (HNS i Spar- j council, di.scm.sing a re- i port made by Dr. Hopttcr of The East Kc.otenay Health De-! partment, felt that if leaks in the water system could be re-1 paired use of the old well could he discontinued. However, residents of Natal j are reminded lo boil all water! used fcr drinking. Starts Thursday-Pre-Selling Wednesday lATON'S CONTINUES THROUGH SATURDAY! Featured For Thrifty Wednesday Morning Shoppers And For As Long As Qualities last. Be Prompt Some Items In Limited Quantities. 60" English Crimpobne Exciting value in wanted English crimpolene. 100% poly- ester double knit in the most wanted plain crepe design, Great for pant suits, coats, dresses and loungers. Machine wash- able never needs ironing. Travels with- out a crease. Assorted colours 60" wide. Yard S-29 Sanforized Playtime Cotton Denim Ordinarily 1.29 Yd___Save 20c. A lovely sanforized cotton play- time denim that's so popular for so many playtime wearables. Select from mix-match stripes, plaids and plains. An easy care Fabric sportswear in an assortment of colours. 36 inches wide. Sale, yard.......................... Polyester Dress Crepe Ordinarily 3.98 Yard Save 99c. Here's value ycu'll be de- lighted with in a polyester dress crepe. Drapes in any of the dress lengths. Crease-resistant, washable and non-iron- ing required. In assorted summer shades. 45 inches wide. Sale, yard 2 .99 Polyester Satin In Summer Shades Regular 4.50 Yard Save 51c. The worsted wool look for the sophisticated formals, max! coats, bridal gowns and for so many other lovely wearables. It's washable, crease-resistant and in beautiful summer shades. You'll be de- lighted with this material. 45 inches wide. Sale, yard Dress Fabrics, Lower Floor Men's Pyjamas Rag. 6.50 to 10.00 Extra-ordinary value col ton pyjamas taken right from our regular stock and reduced 'way low to clear quickly. Fancy cotton prints in a good colour range. Sizes A (36) to E (46) in the group. Limited quantity so prompt shopping required if you wish to share in the saving. Sale, each Men's Weai1, Main Floor Boys7 Shirts Half-Price! A light weight nylon cloth tailored into a practical style shirt just what they want for summer wear. Fashioned with1 long point collar, long sleeves and contrasting stitching. gM J25 Colours: Gold and Olive. Sizes 8 to 1 8. I Regular 2.50. Sale, Half-Price, each Boys' Wear, Main Floor Women's, Teens7 Shoes Rsguiar 12.95 Shoes, Main Floor Girls' Pant Dresses Regular 11.99 Three-way wonder-heavy colton dress and pant set. The dress is smart and simple with clean lines and tailored collar, no sleeves and zipper front. The straight line pants combine with the dress to make a good casual outfit. Sizes 7 to 14. Sale, each Girls' Wear, Main Floor Girls7 Print Dresses Regular 6.00 Look ot the value here in a smart print dfCSS for tno nirk in the fnmNy. Jr.nt rinUt for mer Fashioned with smart tailored collars five sleeveless styles to choose from Assorted colours and prints. Be QQ prompt for these. Siics 7 to 14. Sale, each Girls' Wear, Main Floor Girls' Co-Ordinates Reg. 3.99 to 6.99 Outstanding value in denim summer co-ordi- nates to wear to camp or for holidays. The group consists of smart jacket, jeans or cut-off shorts. In or turquoise shades. Sizes 7 to M. Value that seldom comes your QQ M QQ way in co-ordinates. Sale, each to Girls' Wear, Main Floor Pretty Dresses Ord. 16.00 to 18.00 Choose from arnel jersey and linen dresses in plains, prints and stripes in shades of aqua, apricot, blue and mauve. In cool, short sleeve style, belt and some shifts. Smarlly detailed. Sizes 9 to 15, 12 to 20 and to Hurry for these. Sale, each eae. rf ft, II Dresses, Main Floor Cotton Panties Half-Price! We've only a limited quantity of these cotton panties an opportunity for you to stock up with a supply at a half-price saving. Fine guality cotton and finished with elastic legs. White only. 60 pair in large size only. Regular 1.00 pair, Sale, pair 49' Lingerie, Main Floor Women's Terry Mules Ordinarily 2.69 So comfortable and practical for house wear. In the collection are mule and strap styles in assort- ed colours of white, pink, blue or yellow. At this pricing they should clear quickly. Sizes small, medium and large. Sale, pair....................... i Accessories, Main Floor Schick Shavers Reg. 30.95 to 44.95 A limited quantity in the new Schick 3- speed retractable shaver with self-sharpening stainless steel heads. Solid state circuitry and mini- aturization combine to give you unmatched shav- ing speed. Three- speed shaver or cordless. Sale, each to Shavers, Main Floor Men's Billfolds Half-Price! Included In the selection are billfolds and billfold and key caso sets. In luxury morocco leath- er. All include cdrd folder with or without coin purse. Will make a practical gift P QQ or buy one for your own use. Regular 8.00. Limited quantity' Sale, each 3 Jewellery, Main Floor Coleman Stove Regular 18.95 A dandy two-burner Coleman stove at a saving. Fast, safe, portable cooking. Lights instant- ly. Easy flame regulation. This popular compact family camping stove has strong steel case, baked enamel finish. New finger flip latch. Sole, each Sporting Goods, lower Floor Landers Bctfh And Toiletry Preparations An opportunity for you to stock up on land- ers bath and toiletry preparations at a sale saving. Choose from egg creme shampoo, creme rinse and foaming bath ail in an assortment of fragrances. Large 64 ounce plastic nan- ,29 breakable container. Sale, each........................ Sundries, Lower Floor Hy Style Hair Spray Ordinarily 99c Excellent value In a popular hair spray. Con- Jains a new, improved protein formula recommend- ed especially for dry and normal hair. Choose from hard to hold or regular. 12 fluid ounce size. Priced 'way low to clear quickly. Sale, each Sundries, Lower Floor Special In English Candies A delicious assortment of imported toffees and eclairs at a low, pricing. Choose from deluxe assortment, orange chocolate, butter maca- roons, chocolate eclairs and chocolate limes. Give the family a treat from this excellent assortment. 8 oz. package. Sale, Candies, Lower Floor Imported Tinned Toffees A deluxe toffee assortment in an attractive fin with colourful picture of a Canadian Mountie on the lid. Tin has lock and key and an be used as a bank. 12 ounces of wrapped toffee. Low, low sale priced. Sale, each................... Ill UU UitU Candies, lower Floor Viking IB" Power Reel Mower Regular 149.95 Powered by a h.p. 4-cycle Briggs and Stratton engine, with recoil starter, 5 austemp. ered blades. Cutting heights adjustable from lo Three piece hard- 4 wood adjustable rollers. Delivered partially assembled. Model 6105. Sale, each No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account Lawn Mowers, lower Floor Buy Line 328-8811 For Advertised Goods. Call 327-8551 For Store Information. Shop Eaton's Wednesday From 9 a.m. to Noon.