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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jfl 1HE IETHBRIDGE HFRAID Tuei-lny, Mny 10, 1173 ATOM'S MONTH END LIMITED QUANTITIES IN MOST CASES SO BE PROMPT! Wig Clearance nisccntinucd lines of easy care 100% Ka nek a I on and moaacrylic. Long and short -Uylfis. Good ossorf merit of shGdcs 1 n nn 1 Clearance, each......... I UBUU nnd I Wigs, Main Floor Kayser Panty Hose Sheer nude-io-woisl sandal foof plain siilch panly hcse. Petite medium and medium loll Charcoal, Charm Taupe, Tropical Tan, Definitely Neutral, Nearly Nud- shades. Clearance, pnir Cloarancft pnir Clearance, each 1.19 3 Hosiery, Main Floor Kayser Duomaille Panty Hose Nudo to the waisl pQnly hose. Assorted Lolori. Sires: Pelile medium and medium tall, 1.45.3 ,or4.35 Hosiery. Main Floor Kayser Duomaille Panfy Hose Nude to thn woisl panty hose in dress sheer wRighl. Re- inforced tnp Good assortment of colors. Petite medium 1.45or3 Hoiiery, Main Floor Girls' Navy Jeant Navy denim leant havo revved fabric loops, 2 front poc- .inset wjda legs. 7 to U, C AQ Clearance, pair Girls' Wear, Main Floor Boys' and Girls' Diaper and Sunsuif Sets Asiorted colon end in diaper ond mnsuif sera for tho ,moll fry. O AQ Clearance, rach Children1! Waar, Main Floor Girls Bathing Suits Choice of one-piece strerch nylon cof loon-like or 2 -pep. bikini col I on -fortrel faille. Assort (.d paMernj end colors. Sizes 7 ta 11. QQ Clearance, each Girls' Main Floor Boys' or Girls' Piaid Camper Jackets Assorted plaid Jatketi for ri olid ay camping wear. warm fabric. Sizes A to 6x. fj gift V.OU Children's Wear, Main Floor Terry Shorfalls Popular lumrner wear tarry wjih sleeves, I'-o front. Assorted colon. Sizss i. to 6x. 007 Clearance, each fc.nO I Children's Wear, Mnin Floor Men's Short Sleeve Dress Shirts Fashioned of permanent press polyester and cotton In sizes 15 to 17. Colon arB blue, lalmon stripes, all on white ground. QQ Clearance, each Weor, Main Floor Men's Long Sleeve Dress Shirts A clearance from B.V.D. Various fancy patterns in solids ond slripes. Feature 2-buHon cuff. Assorted colorj in sizes 15 lo 17. Easy-ears polyester and cotfon. Cleoranes .3 for 1 4.99 Men't Wear, Main Floor Men's Western Shirts Choose a western shirt and save ai ihe same time. Of per- Broken and color range. Q QQ Q QQ Cfearance, each (0 Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Suits Limiled selection of our Birkdale deluxe range, drasti- cally reduced prices. All wool worsteds in blues, browns, ond greys. Broken the ond pattern ranges. 7Q QQ Clearance, each I Men's Wear, Main Floor Tee Kay Flare Jeans Evor popular flare jeans in ]0'Ow Garden Lower Floor AT THE RANCH The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, third ond fourlh from the left, pause for a photograph while visiting iheir ranch southwest of Calgary in 1941. Hereford caltle are in the background. South Alberta liked by Duke CALGARY (CP1 For 42 ycai-s the Duke or Windsor had ,1 special atLachmeoi to south- western Alberta. II began In 1915 when, on Ms [irsl visit In Canada, lie saw Die rancliing country o[ Ihe Rocky Mountain foothills In lhal year he purchaser! Ihe EP Ranch on Pekisko Creek, 65 miles southwest of Calgary, and he owned Ihe property until it sold to Jim CarU'right of High River, Alia., in 1962. The duke only visited his six times, the last in 1951, but it continued to produce Gallmvay and Hereford cattle, horses and hogs. His ranch was rumored as the site of an oil discovery in 1929, 1930 and 1940, but it was not until 12 years ago the duke told a magazine writer "oil was drilled for, but the result was a dry hole." The dute was noted for his In- formal approach and, on a trip in the 1930s, told a reporter: "I want to be a Canadian! like any other ranch around here. "I want to be a friend and a neighbor when I am there, and indeed, a friend and neighbor all the lime." He learned Canadian slang and danciuE, played poker In the backrooms of poolhalls aad hunted game in Saskatchewan. During (lie 1920s, the was 'observed many times by neighbors digging post holes on the ranch which, he often told friends and neighbors, "I love." To a comment that the ranch could not compare with his properties in the "old the duke once replied: "All, but they are not mine as this place is. This is my own home." Not above doing the lowliest farm tasks, the duke donned overalls and Jiigh boots and grabbed a pilcnfork when his manager suggested one day tha stables needed cleaning. When a neighbor arrived on the scene, the prince told him he would have to come down to I along wtlh them all i the hans hecause, "I'm busy I "I want that place to he ]ust mucking out the ambassador a China i 9 OTTAWA (CP) Governors, was named am- j John Small, CJiina-bom lo PortugaJ. j specialist, was named postings were among 13 as ambassador to Cliina, ones announced by the ceeriinp BaJpIi affairs department. j Roper D u h a m e 1 f Campbell, ambassador French-language o fl i t o NATO since 19G7, is being printer and a to Tokyo as ambas- ident of the ok] Board of Scharzmajin. now an assistant deputy minister re- NATO for trade policy in industry, trade and commerce. has been assigned to expected security meet BONN (AP) -The Wcsl German rfovcrnmcnl snid today it cxpods llio North A 1 1 a n I i c 1 Treaty to to be expanded i quickly toward (CP) The city's i tlic Moscow accord on a European security conference. Government spokesman Conrad Ahlcrs told n ncv.'s conference that Bonn welcomes the "suf'ccssful conclusion" of tho United .Slnlcs-Sovict system is going to be expanded nexl Wnlly Atkinson, Irnnsit system manager, announced todny. Orifiin.-ilcd last September, the ''Irlcliu.s'1 system lias been talks and expects IhaL tlic two-day NATO mini.slnrinl which formally opens Tuesday, i will "decide on Ihe beginning of the multilateral phase of operation in a square mile area of the Hill.sdalc area. It involves passenR'rs telephoning the transit ofticc and a isnalcher radio lo di- preparation of the European a bus In the passengers curity out door. As Ahlers spoke, U.S. AJonday. Die extra- Secretary William llopprs was awn it od in the West sciTice be starled ii nonunion Ilcighls and Whit- capita) to report on today's agreement lictween Pnrk and will be c.ilend-cd in llillsdale and Lakcvicw. Nixon and Soviet Atkinson said. party leader Brezhnev pay a premium nf hold Ihe security cents above Ibe repu-lar transit fare: 25 cents for d u 1 1 s, JS conta for sludents PBOTKST five cenls for children. HOME (AP) The Atkinson said .1 survey for Aniin.t) leleljiis riders will si art prolcsfcd n Iclcvision film lo find out limp tliey sion of Pinocchio in which the service and tho ve- keys wcro ;