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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, April 17, 1970 Henderson Rumpus Case To Be Aired OTTAWA (CP) - The current conflict involving some cabinet ministers and the role of the auditor-general is scheduled for a full airing by the Commons public accounts committee. The committee, under Chairman Alfred D. Hales (PC-Wellington), Thursday accepted a subcommittee report that meet- To Close Office TABER (HNS) - The withdrawal of offices of the department of regional economic expansion (formerly PFRA) from the community of Hays came to the attention of the Taber. MD council. General manager Charles Douglas and assistant manager Frank Kennedy met with the council, advising of their intention to move out of Hays by next April 1, which would leave the operation of the utilities to the MD council. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO U08 /ih Si S L.'thhr cint? Phmie 32' '3609 ings begin before May 5 to consider the role of the auditor-general. The subcommittee on agenda and procedure said "it is expected that at these meetings,-those persons who have expressed views on this matter will appear before the committee', particularly those in the' government and also in the public service, who have views to express on the auditor-general's role in Parliament." Disagreement on the role of Auditor-General Maxwell Henderson arose a few weeks ago after he banded in his 1969 report which, as usual, cast a critical eye over waste in government spending. Treasury Board President C. M. 'Drury and Privy Council President Donald S. Macdonald both publicly criticized the auditor-general for allegedly carrying his criticisms into the field of policy. Prime Minister Trudeau and External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp have said the role of Hie auditor-general should be clarified in this respect. Mr. Hales said in an interview Mr. Henderson's 1969 report contains a reference to proposed new legislation concerning his office and this would enable the committee to study all aspects of such legjslation. Mr. Henderson is in Geneva carrying out an audit for the United Nations. He is due to return to Ottawa April 30. HEART TRANSPLANTS COMPARE NOTES - Three Californians whose Hearts once belonged to others get together in Hollywood to discuss their experiences for a television show. Left to right: Ralph Trout, 34, a bachelor from Atherton who skis and motorcycles and hasn't kicked the cigarette habit; Mrs. Betty Johnson,' 45, of Sunnyvale whose transplanted heart came from a man; and Bob MeKee, 51* of Palo Alta, who got a new heart in August, 1968. Mattingly Shows No Signs Of Measles HOUSTON (AP) - A space agency official said Thursday astronaut Thomas K. Mattingly H has shown mo signs of breaking out with the measles. "The doctor 'still .sees no spots," said astronaut Donald K. Slaytom, director of flight crew operations'. Mattmgly was the mission's command module pilot until his exposure last week to measles, He was replaced by John Swig ert, a backup crew member who is immune to the disease. Atomic-Age Flooring Produced OTTAWA (CP) - The first Canadian production of atomic-age flooring here is expected to be the forerunner of many products that make special use of nuclear energy. Radiation, liquid plastic and wood are the basic ingredients being combined by the commercial products division of Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., to make tough, low-maintenance, eyecatching floor tiles for a major test of the Canadian flooring, market. The tiles are said to have alt the esthetic qualities of wood, come in a range of colors, require virtually no maintenance, retain a high gloss under the heaviest punishment and cut down finishing casts. The crown corporation's experts say they are confident that large-scale production plaints can make them competitive in price with conventional flooring. Barwood of Canada Ltd., an American firm, shares AECL's confidence and has ordered 200,000 square feet of tile to test the Canadian market. SENTENCE SUSPENDED REGINA (CP) - Richard Kosh, 17, of Regina became the first person in this city to receive, a suspended sentence for trafficking in narcotics. High-Wire Feat Scheduled Across Mountain Chasm TALLULAH FALLS, Pa. (AP) -The ragged gap in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains here drops to 700 feet at one point, and its cavernous yawn is 800 feet across. Near Tallulah Gorge, aerialist Karl Wellenda, 65, plans to perform on June 13 what he says will be the highlight of his career on the high wire. He will pick up a 40-foot-long, 46-pound balancing pole and step off a platform on to- a 1%-inch-thick steel cable to begin a Calgary Firm Top Bidder EDMONTON (CP) - Bow Valley Industries Ltd. was the highest successful bidder in a sale of petroleum and natural gas permits that netted the Alberta government'$1,371,009. The Calgary firm.'paid $260,-000 for 20,000 acres near the Saskatchewan border northeast of Medicine Hat. walk of more than 800 feet across the chasm. Below him will be the jagged, rocks which once lay beneath the Tallulah River, now little more than r. creek because of a hydroelectric dam. There will be no safety net. Trie patriarch of one of the most famous circus families plans to stop at midwire and stand on his head as crowds watch from the ridge of the gorge. ASPHALT PAVING T0LLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co.- Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 - 327-3610 CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, APRIL 17th - 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT $110 -54 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games $30 in 1 NUMBERS-12 Game $40 LUCKY DRAW $8 5 CARDS FOR $1.00 OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB EATON'S Trans Canada Super, Eaton's Great Trans-Canada Sale concludes at store closing Saturday. Recheck your Trans-Canada Sale flier delivered to your home at the beginning of the week. All Trans-Canada Sale items previously advertised are still available where stocks permit. Majestic "400" Portable Typewriter Ordinarily 59.95 . . . Save 10.08. A dandy typewriter featuring 42 keys for 84 characters. Variable line spacing, two colour ribbon, hand set margins with marginal scale. Complete with case. Sale, each, ........................ Typewriters, Lower Floor 49 Underwood "33 Portable Typewriter Regular 109.95 . . . Save 20.16. Here's an item that would make an ideal graduation gift ... an Underwood Lettera "33" portable typewriter. Features 43 keys for 82 characters, touch tuning, variable line spacing ^)A>79 two colour ribbon. Complete with handy JJH carrying case. Sale, each,...... ......... Typewriters, lower Floor Men's Work Shirts Regular 6.95 . . . Save 1.96. A dandy work shirt for the man who works outdoors a lot. Perma press, forfrel and cotton and so hard-wearing. Finished with flap pockets with pencil slot. Long body for comfort. I Colours: spruce green and tan. Sizes 14% to 18. Sale, each,.............................. . Men's Wear, Main Floor 4 Men's Work Pants Regular 7.95 . ..Save 1.96. A grand companion to go with the work shirt. Permanent press fortrel and cotton. Hard wearing for work or casual wear, tunnel belt loops, heavy weight pockets. Full.cut with cuffed bottoms. C*i99 Spruce green and olivewood. Sizes .30 to 42. �% ' Sale,- each,.............................. Men's' Wear, Main Floor Boys' "Top Gun Rider Jeans tegular 5.98 . . . Save 1.19. Low rise, slim cut Western style jeans that are so popular with most boys. All 'round belt loops, zipper fly, bar tack at points of strain. Two shaped front pockets, two hip patch pockets. M Navy only. Sizes 8 to 16. Sale, each,.............................. ^* Men's Wear, Main Floor Women's Spanish Pumps Ordinarily 18.00 . . . Save 4.01. Soft glove leather pumps from Spain. Smooth and pliable so your feet will hardly feel them. Light kid leather uppers. Interwoven lace vamps and quarters, medium heels. Colours: camel, gfl 4% QQ bone, white, black. Sizes 5V4 to 10. | Jl" Sale, pair, ............................ * Shoes, Main Floor Teens', Women's Clogs, Sandals Ordinarily 10.98 and 11.98 . . . Save 1,99 and 2.99. Snappy strap sandals and slipon clogs built for comfort. Super summer imports made in Italy. Clogs have wooden soles with soft leather uppers . . . sandals have great big soles made of real cork half an inch thick. Clogs . . . navy and white, sandals, white with black patent A QQ trim, white or beige. Sizes 5 to 9, Sale, pair, .......... .................... A# Shoes, Main Floor Men's Birkdale Windbreakers Regular 16.95 . . . Save 2.96. Cadet collar styling with suede trim inset on collar. Heavy cotton corduroy with satin lining. Full front zipper opening with two zippered slash pockets and button cuffs. The cord is inset $0 that it gives a herringbone design to the front. Colours:: )fl ^)i99 camel, brown. But not in all colours. | Sizes 36 to 46. Sale, each, Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Knit Shirts Ordinarily 5.95 . . . Save 1.96. A. fine gauge knit shirt of 100% washable acrylic yarns. Plain three button placket front. Fully fashioned raglan sleeves with ribbed cuffs and waistband. One chest pocket. Sizes: small, medium, large and extra large. Colours: blue, gold, jpfe QQ green and beige. �C* Sale, each,.............................. Men's Wear, Main Floor Better Quality Handbags Ordinarily 16.95 and 21.95 . . . Save 6.96 and 9.00. Better be prompt if you wish to share in the savings offered on these better quality leather handbags. Made by a leading Canadian manufacturers. Make Aj,99 % *fl f% 95 your choice from a wide range ^"t* "  of styles and colours. Sale, each and � Handbags, Main Floor Eqtonia Nude Heel Panty Hose Regular 1.79 . . . Save 46c. They have nude heel and feature the comfort-ease of a stay-put waist and a heavier panty section, with a runguard top and toe for added durability. Tender beige, taupe and White Fox, i33 Sizes: small, medium, large and extra-large size. | Sale, pair,................ ........ " Hosiery, Main Floor Eatonia Non-Run Panty Hose Regular 1.79 .. . Save 46c. These Eatonia panty hose are of full strength yarn for longer wear. Tender-beige and taupe. You save the same as the nude heel jfl fJJ panty hose. Sizes: small, medium, large and I extra-large. Sale, pair, .................... � Hosiery, Main Floor Vanity Fair Stretch Hose Regular 79c . . . Save 20c. You save handsomely on stockings' noted for total toe-to-top fit because they're knit to cling yet keep their comfortable stretch. In Tender Beige. Ivory and Taupe Mist. Sizes A (8V2 to 10) and L.1,0 ,0 "m- KQ0 O 1-69 Pair, ..................VW W pair � Hosiery, Main Floor Birkdale Deluxe Vinyl Trunks Heavy duty 7 ply laminated wood construction with heavy duty vinyl cover, sturdy lock with key, extra heavy brassed hardware for additional strength. Deep divided tray, tongue and groove closure ensuring against dust and damp. 36x20x20" 40x20x22" 36x20x20" Reg. 36.98 Reg. 41.98 Reg. 41.98 Sale, 29.49 Sale, 33.49 Sale, 33.49 Luggage, Lower Floor Truline Deluxe Tricycles Regular 29.98 . . . Save S.99. Twenty-inch size for ages 5 to 7. Tubular steel frame and chrome plated front mudguard. Double step plate for easier mounting. 4)*^,99 Front wheel ball bearing . . . rear wheels ^^Jj nylon bearings. Sale, each,............. Toys, Lower Floor Truline Deluxe Wagon Regular 19.98 . . . Save 3.99. A dandy wagon that will delight the heart of any little boy. It's in 32-inch size, birch hardwood construction on "tubular steel undergear. 9-inch disc type ball bearing wheels with one- - %A Ei99 inch tires. Chrome hub caps.  | Sale, each,.......................... � Toys, Lower Floor 20% Off Bright Print Wabasso Sheets and Cases Pamper yourself with bright all-over "Bali" print sheets that have everyday ironed smoothness of permanent press. Pink, blue or maize. All cotton service weight quality. Twin size Double size Queen size Flat 72x100" 81x100" 90x100" Fitted 39x75" 54x75" 60x80" Pillow Cases 42x33" Reg. 5.95 6.75 8.50 2.95 Sale Each 4.69 Each 5.39 Each 6.79 Pair 2.29 Household Linens, Second Floor 1-Piece "Cloverleaf" Pool Regular 8.98 . . . Save 99c. Here's r dandy pool that will afford hours of fun for the tiny tots this summer. A one-piece moulded vinyl pool with a non-skid safety floor. There are three seats for the youngsters. �� QQ Be sure to see these. Sale, each,............................... I Toys, Lower Floor Sundry Specials SCOTCHGARD . . . Ord. 2.49 . . . Save 90c. A fabric protector that can be sprayed on wearing apparel and furniture and will prevent stains. 12-oz. size. 1 QA Sale, each,...... ......................... I COVERED CLOTHERS HANGERS . . . Half-Prlce. Boxed clothes hangers reduced to clear quickly. Cfli� 1 A7 Reg. 1.00 to 2.98. Sale, Half-Price____JvC to � *** BATHROOM TISSUE . . . Ord. 65c 4 roll pack. A soft, absorbent 2-ply tissue. White or assorted ft | flQ colours. Sale,.................. * packs � *" * LANDERS BATH AND TOILET PREPARATION . . . Ord. 1.59. Large economy size. I OQ Sale, each,.............................. * Sundries, Lower Floor BUY LINE 328-8811-Other Calls 327-8551. 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