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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 1 HI: LtlHBRlOUb MtHALD WedrWMMy, Sears MEN'S OUTERWEAR CLEARANCE Personal Shopping Quantities Last TOP COAT Full length, shell 65% wool 30% viscose. 50% other fibres. Lining 100% acetate, color rust check. 1 only, size 44. Reg. 589.98 99 SUBURBAN COAT Croydon length. 35% cotton, borg collar and lining. Colors tan and brown. 6 only. Sizes 36-42. Reg. S60.00 00 SUBURBAN COAT Croydon length, shell 65% polyester and 35% nylon, borg lining. Fur like collar, belted, color brown. Sizes 38 to 44. Reg. S55.00 50 OVER COATS Full length, shell 100% acetate, brown qheck. 1 only, size 38. Reg. S95.00 SKI JACKET Down filled body and fibre filled arms, two way zipper, hidden hood, color rust. 1 only, size XL. Reg. S42.50 PARKA length. 60% wool 35% viscose. 5% other fibres. Hood, quilted lining. Various plaids. Sizes 36 to 40. Reg. TOP COAT Full length, shell 65% polyester 35% cotton, detachable lining 100% wool. Black check. 2 only. Size 44. Reg. 49 TOP COAT V. length, shell 65% wool 30% polynosic rayon. 5% nyton. Lining 100% acetate, colors grey and brown. Checks. 6 only. Sites 38. 40. Wand46.Reg.S55.00 SUBURBAN COAT 50 00 v. length, shell 65% wool. 30% viscose. 5% other fibres, pile lined collar and lining. Colors brown and blue plaid. 6 only. Sites 36 and 44. Reg. 569.00 TOP COAT length, shell 65% wool. 30% potynosfc rayon. 5% nyten. Lining 100% acetate. brown cheek. Color grey checV 4 only. Size 40 and 44. DUFFLE COAT V. length, shell 10% viscose. 5% Other fibres Borg fining and borg lined hood. Colors tan and blue, 12 only. Sizes 36 to 46. Heg 98 SUBURBAN COAT 00 99 length, shell 65% potyester and 35% cotton Borg lining, beted. 4 only, color Oltve green Sizes 38 and 40. Heg CASUALJACKET Shell corduroy, pie lined, treated lor water resistance, colors tan and green, 3 only. Sizes 36 and 38. Reg. 50 99 FULL LENGTH TOP COAT Shell 65% wool 30% poly- nosic rayon 5% nylon. Lin- ing 100% acetate, double breasted, colors grey and tan. 3 only Sizes 40, 42, and 44. Reg. Sears PARKA length, 60% wool, 35% viscose, 5% other fibres, pile lining, various plaids, pile hood. Sizes 38 to 44. Reg. S39.98 99 LUMBERJACK JACKET Shell 68% wool. 32% acrylic, pile lining, color 49 brown plaid, size large. Reg. BOMBER JACKET Shell100% polyurethane, lining borg pile, color brown. 4 only, sizes 38, 40 and 42. Reg.S35.00............................ CASUAL JACKET Shell corduroy, pile lining, pile lined hood, tan color. 1 only. Size 36. Reg.S35.00 CASUAL JACKET Shell 65% cotton. 35% nylon, inner lining and collar 100% acrylic pile, colors navy, steel gn green and tan. Sizes 38. 40 and 40 tall. 10 only. Reg. S22.98 RANCHERJACKET M7 50 49 Shell 60% wool. 35% viscose. 5% other fibres, inner lining borg. color: multi-color plaid. 1 only.size38. Reg.S39.98 99 SURVIVAL JACKET 100% nylon shell, pile lining, hood, colors navy and blue. 5 only. Sizes 38.40and44.Reg.S35.00 50 SNORKEL PARKA 10P% nylon shell. 100% nylon quilted inter- lining, pile lined hood, colors navy, brown and green. 5 only. Sizes 36 and 40. Reg. S39.98 GARBAGE COAT 100% cotton shell. 100% acrylic pile lining. hood. 1 only. Size 44. Color green. Reg, PEAJACKET V. tength. outer shell 60% -wool. 35% viscose. fibres, mufti-cotored plaid. 6 only. 50 TOP-COAT V. Jenglh. outer shell 80% wool. other fibres, colors Charcoal and brown. 3 Stee3B.Heg.W5.00 so SKI JACKET Fibre Tilled arms and body, two way zipper, belt, colors blue, green and buroundy. 11 only. SKI JACKET Down filled body and fibre filled arms, two-way zipper, hidden hood, colors blue and rust. 2onty. Size small. Reg. Udi at Simpsons-Sears you get the fines) guararrte satisfaction or money refunded and f rae Open daily from a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. Jo p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 Windshield fluids said ineffective TORONTO (CP) The Consumers Association of Canada says most brands of windshield washer fluid are ineffective and that only one brand Shell was rated good. Nadine Levin of the consumers' group said Wednesday 19 brands were tested recently and the results are to be published next week in the association's magazine, Canadian Consumer. She said tests showed that four out of five of the top- rated windshield fluids are "the best of a bad lot" and are being recommended only because the motorist has to buy something. Provincial laws require windshields to be kept clear. Most products smear the windshield at cold temperatures, the report says. Only Shell's product was rated good on the basis that it smeared less than 10 per cent of the windshield at 15 degrees Fahrenheit and between 10 and 30 per cent at zero. The researcher said tests were done by an independent laboratory and involved cleaning sheets of glass dirtied with road salt, soil and motor oil. Products were tested at different wind velocities. "Temperature was the determining factor in each she said. Four brands were labelled fair because they smeared 10 to 20 per cent of the windshield at 15-degrees and zero temperatures. The four are: Atlas, made by Imperial Oil Ltd.; Golden Eagle, of Golden Eagle Canada; H., made by Hall Chemical Co.; and Vision, made by BP Canada. The next 10 brands by eight companies were labelled poor because they smeared 10 to 30 per cent at 15 degrees and 30 to 50 per cent at zero. Four of the 19 products tested were rated poor. They are: STP, made by Scientifically Tested Products of Canada Ltd.; Texaco, made by Texaco Canada Ltd.; Pascal, made by Pascal Hardware, and Redi- Mix, made by Zero Flow Chemicals. Tests also showed that claims the products stay liquid at cold temperatures apply only when they are in the reservoir, not when they are sprayed on the windshield. Safety of banned sugar substitute still studied WASHINGTON (AP) The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Tuesday it may take more than a year to re-evaluate the safety of cyclamates, the sugar substitute banned in the U.S. as a carcinogen in 1969. The agency said a federal team of toxicologists, nutritionists and chemists should complete preliminary work in March. When all data is drawn together, the FDA said, the issue will be referred to the National Academy of Sciences' food protection committee which has been reviewing the safety of saccharin, the only artificial sweetener remaining on the U.S. market. "We realize these procedures will require time, probably into FDA Commissioner Alexander Schmidt said in a statement. "But we will not act until all scientific issues and opinions are fully considered." The cyclamate question was revived recently when Abbott Laboratories petitioned to resume its use. The firm said it had evidence showing that cyclamate was not to blame for bladder tumors in rats, as reported to the FDA in 1969 and confirmed by federal experiments. Rats fed saccharin also developed tumors in tests conducted by the University of Wisconsin and the FDA, but several other similar feeding studies around the world have not duplicated those results. "If newer, more extensive data now offer. convincing scientific evidence of the safety of cyclamate, we are legally obligated to and will approve its return to the Schmidt said. Pioneer N.W.T. resident dead HAY RIVER, N.W.T. (CP) Jimmy Sibbeston, one of the Territories' oldest residents, was found dead Monday in his house here. He was 101 years old. Mr. Sibbeston, who had trapped, carried mail up and down the Mackenzie River by dog sled and guided govern- ment party on its treaty- making journey of 1921, was believed to have died in his sleep. Last August, Mr. Sibbeston, a Metis, answered questions from Mr. Justice William Morrow of the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories on that journey. He was the final witness on the judge's two-month caveat- court hearing that had taken him to most of the communities which the government treaty parties of. 1899 and 1921 had visited. Mr. Justice Morrow had hoped that Mr. Sibbeston, the only man alive who could remember the treaty journey of 1921, would be able to give a clear picture of what had been promised in the treaty talks. But all Jimmy Sibbeston could do on that hot August day 52 summers later, was apologize for not being able to remember more vividly. Jimmy Sibbeston was the third well-known northern pio- neer to die within the last three months. In December, Pete Baker, called the Arctic Arab, died in Rochester, N.Y., at the age of 87 while waiting eye surgery. He was the territorial coun- cillor who moved a motion that resulted in Yellowknife becoming the capital of the territories. Then, on New Year's Eve, Albert Faille, 85, the man who spent 50 years searching for a legendary cache of gold, died at his Fort Simpson log cabin. Bankruptcy Auction MILLER CONSTRUCTION and MILLER MOBILE MIX Pincher Creek, Acroee from Parkway Motel Friday, Feb. 15, A.M. 1971 OMC% Ton -1M7 Ford QMC Ton ItM Fargo MO Mixer 1956 and 1959 WMte Tantieme TIM I.H.C. CrawlOf Loader How yd. Port. Baton Plant Cement Silo Batch Hopper and 1968 Scamper Trailer Houses and Lots 1.03 Pinchor Crook 5 Part Built Houaet (in Two for Easy Moving) House on Lot Blairmore (will osil 3 p.m. Fob. 15, In Blatrmora) Misc. Equipment for Mo H youraeff" or Contractors Terms of Sato are ?asn at time of A 10% deposit on lots and Balance by Fob. 16. For Complete Brochure contact Double M Auction Boxll9Midnaporo Uc. 010-141 Alberto Ph. 271-2141 Ontario plans housing grants TORONTO (CP) Housing Minister Robert Welch announced today a system of grants to Ontario municipalities to help residents earning less than a year improve their homes. The Ontario Home Renewal Program will be introduced at the next session of the legislature "and I hope it can come into effect in Mr. Welch told a conference of federal and municipal representatives. All municipalities will be eligible for grants to run their own home renewal programs but they must apply for them, to be provided on a per capita basis which varies according to size of municipality. Landlords who get grants or loans from the funds will have to "agree to rent stabilization in order to Mr. Welch said. Up to 50 per cent may be used for grants. Municipalities may determine the interest the loan portions will carry but it must be at least three per cent, and those receiving the grants or loans must guarantee they will continue to occupy their home for specified periods. Home windmill planned to help energy shortage WASHINGTON (AP) A United States government agency is developing a wind- mill for placement atop homes to provide electricity that will help out in the energy shortage. This windmill would look something like a florified eggbeater. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) says the windmill, es- timated to cost to would provide "inexpensive and non-polluting" electricity for home use. The first full-scale ex- perimental model has been erected atop a two-storey building at NASA's Langle> Research Centre in Hamp- ton, Va., and tests are being planned, the agency said. If tests work, NASA says, such devices may someday be used initially as auxilliary power sources for average homes. Eventually, says the such housetop wind- mills may furnish a com- .plete power system for an individual home. Given aid OTTAWA (CP) Canada will provTOe the Bangladesh Power Development Board with seven managerial and technical advisers for two years, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) announced Tuesday. A CIDA grant of will cover the cost of sending the advisers to the board. CAREERS POSITION AVAILABLE FOR ENERGETIC YOUNG PERSON to learn the cooking trade for our Kentucky Fried Chicken Store. Training program provided for a management position. For appointment phone ERIC SMITH at 328-7756. SVEN ERICKSENS FINE FOODS TAKE OUT PROFESSIONAL CAREER OPPORTUNITY SUPERIOR FORD MERCURY (TABER) LTD. Southern Alberta's Largest Ford Merc Dealership requires 2 Vehicle Sales Representatives to help increase their now S50 unit volume 1. per month guarantee 2. All Company Benefits 3. Company Car Supplied 4. Paid Vacation 5. A Complete Comprehensive Training Program 6. Opportunity for Advancement within 7. Vehicle sales experience not a necessity Contact General Sales Manager KEN FURQUSON For Interview Appointment Phone CHIEF DESIGN ENGINEER MODULAR BUILDINGS Horn CMbil Albtrti Our client, a well established modular building manufacturer of commercial, residential and industrial structures, has an immediate opening for an experienced engineer to introduce new concepts into existing lines and develop additional new lines. The successful applicant, who will be a member of the management team, will report tc the General Manager and will direct junior staff, as required. Liaison with production staff, customers and fijld staff in solving development and production problems, will form an important part of this job. Applicants should be professional engineers with a strong background in modular or mobile building design or related structures, innovative, able to direct junior staff, as well as relating well to other departments. Applications should be directed to R.S. Phillips in our Calgary office, quoting Rle LH-525. All corres- pondence will be treated in confidence and replied to. TECHNICAL SERVICE COUNCIL 816-7th Ave. S.W, Calgary 2 269-7931 ri 1927 ;