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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Irrigation 6Soilmeter' WATER RESOURCES DIVISION ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PERIOD JUNE 18 TO JUNE 24 Present soil conditions for: Fine (Heavy) Soil Medium Hoy Sugar Beets Grains Hay Suaar Beets Grains Field Capacity' Last week1 a C Last F" 1 1 W Irrigation Predictions: May 1st June 5th 1st May 3rd June 6th June 8th July 2nd 2nd June 29 Rainfall for the period nil inches. Before alfalfa has reached maturity, irrigation should be scheduled in order to avoid an irrigation during the haying period; approximately one week prior to cutting time. Sugar beets should have ample moisture supply in the first two feet of root zone depth. Maximum yields of most crops may be obtained by maintaining the soil moisture level near or above the 50% available moisture during the active crop growth. Magistrate Case Writ Dismissed EDMONTON (CP) A writ o( prohibition against Cold Laku, magistrate M. W. Hopkins presiding in a crim- inal trial was rejected in Alber- ta Supreme Court here. The writ, laid by Edmonton 1 a y e r Honald L. Merger, claimed Henry Tiche of C o 1 d Thai Parliament Cheers Threat BANGKOK (AP) Premier Thanom Kittikachorn told a cheering House of Parliament today that Thailand will send its army into Cambodia if neces- sary. Speaking at the opening of a new session, Thanom said Thai troops along the 400 miles of border from Laos to the Gulf of Siam have been placed on full alert and told to stand by for further orders, "If the Communists overrun Cambodia, Thailand will be the next he said. "Thai- land has no choice but to fight." Thanom said no Thai ti'oops or air force units are operating j in Cambodia. I Lake would he denied a fail trial because Mr. Hopkins di< not have formal legal training Dismissing the writ, Justic Mitchell O'Byrne said the prov ince lias the exclusive right tc organize provincial courts am the power to appoint its judges Therefore, the province has th< right to set qualifications foi judges. "The Canadian Bill of Right: does not have the effect o: amending this exclusive consti tulional he said. Mt'. Berger had argued tha Mr. Tichc would he dcnicc fundamental rights accordini to the bill of rights if he was judged by a man without a degree. SET CONCORDE DATE LONDON (Reuters) The British partners in the Anglo French supersonic jetliner Con corde said Friday they stil hope to deliver the plane by the end of 1973. British Aircraf Corp. made the forecast after a statement in Paris that the Con corde program had fallen back so far that the plane's entry into service would be delayed unti 1974. I BLUE CROSS COSTS LESS! BECAUSE: Some hospital charges, which formerly were the responsibility of resi- dents or were covered by Blue Cross, are now available through the Govenment's health service program. Blue Cross can offer at reduced rates coverage against the costs of the following services which are not covered by Medicare: DIFFERENTIAL CHARGES HOME NURSING CARE (for private and semi-private hospital accommodation) AMBULANCE SERVICES DRUGS CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY DENTAL CARE (for accidental injury to natural teeth) NATUROPATHIC SERVICES Effective July 1st, 1970, every Albertan, regardless of age or health, can obtain Blue Cross protection on either a Group or Non-Group basis. GROUP COVERAGE Single or married persons employed where a Blue Cross group is, or can be established may obtain Blue Cross protection at the following reduced monthly rates: GROUP MONTHLY RATES Single Family NON-GROUP COVERAGE Albertans who cannot obtain Blue Cross membership on a Group basis can obtain identical benefits at greatly reduced rates by 3. Applying to and paying the required Blue Cross subscription rates to the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission. (See Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission advertisement in this paper) or 2. Applying directly to Blue Cross and by paying slightly higher subscription rates of: NON GROUP RATES QUARTERLY ANNUAL Single 8.70 Family These rales are payable on a quarterly, semi annual or annual basis. NOTE: The specially reduced rates in (1) above are available only to those residents who do not qualify for Group enrolment and only to those who make application and payments to the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission. Additional information or, Alberta Blue Cross GROUP Coverage is available from firms or businesses, having 3 or more employees, and by whom the applicant is employed. Information on NON-GROUP Coverage is available from Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission, Box 1360, Edmonton 15, Alberta, ALBERTA BLUE CBOSS PLAN Edmonton Calgary Salurdoy, June 27, 1970 THE 9 Wootw This merchandise on Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning onlyl Quantities Limited, Wo Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities BANANA BKYCLE SEATS 3 styles to choose from in five dif- ferent colors. Reg. Woolco Price 3.97. SPECIAL RATTAN BASKET CHA'RS Round, siurdy chairs for patio or indoor use. legs. Nat- ural finish. Reg. Woolco Price 9.99 SPECIAL BASKET CHAIR COVERS To protect and decorate your bas- ket chairs. Padded vinyl. Green and Yellow floral. Reg. Woolco Price 6.75. SPECIAL LITTLE GIRLS' 100% POLYESTER CRIMPKNIT JUMPSUITS Short sleeves with zipper front. While, Sizes 4 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 12.74. SPECIAL ACTIVITY PACK OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS Hoim of fun for boys -and girls. 5-PIECE DESK SETS Attractive vinyl covered sel includes writing pad with holder, pen, pen holder, letter opener and large size desk blotter. Reg. Woolco Price 3.99. SPECIAL Jj mjj f WOOICO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (AITA.) LTD. A divicion of the Dominion Citrus Co. Ltd. FDS FEMININE HYGIENE DEODORANT SPRAY 4.5 ounces. Reg. Woolco Pries 1.99 SPECIAL 1.37 SWIMMING POOLS Largo round pools. Include! C.S.A. approved fillers, ladders, skimmers, foot baths. Two sizei -15 ft, and 18 ft. diameters. Reg. Woolco Price 287.97 to 387.97 SPECIAL 290.98 FRUIT IN A BASKET A colorful decorative idea for your home. Reg. Woolco Price .76. HALF PRICE_________ LADIES' STRETCH NYLON SLIMS 2-woy stretch. Pull on style with stovepipe leg. Terrific assortment of Pastels. Sizes 10 Jo 20 Regu- lar, Petite and Tall. Reg. Woolco Price 6.63. SPECIAL ffC LADIES' STRAW HANDBAGS Visca style. Beige or Brown with Brown handles. Reg, Woolco Price 5.84. SPECIAL RAID 11.2 ounces of house bug killer. Reg. Woolco Price nd garden 1.37. SPECIAL 4 Hj Q I 1 WOODEN PLANTERS Rectangular planters approximately Dark Brown, For indoor or outdoor use. Reg. Woolco Price 4.49. SPECIAL SOCK-0 THE CLOWN Will provide hours of fun for youngsters of all ages, BEDSPREADS Single bed size. Reg. Woolco Price 8.99. CAMETX. Single bed size. Reg. Woolco Price 5.99. QQ W W 4 MM GREAT SAVINGS MONDAY 9 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) DECORATIVE PLANTERS Plastic planters in assorted designs and colors. Ideal for indoor or out- door use. Reg. Woolco Price 3.96. SPECIAL A TUESDAY 9 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) LADIES' 2-PIECE LOUNGERS Drip dry fabric. Sleeveless. Choose from florals of Green, Mauve or Pink. Sizes Petite, Small. Medium. Reg. Woolco Price 12.76. SPECIAL Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Closed Wednesday; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 am. lo 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;