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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta EATON'S SATURDAY SHOP EARLY FOR LIMITED QUANTITIES. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY. Ventura Sheets - Marvel Press No Iron ... 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton No iron finish enables you to fold your sheets straight from the dryer. Attractive colors to compliment any bedroom decor . . . Tangerine, royal and green. Twin Flat, C,58 72" x 99" or Fitted 39" x 75". EACH .................... 3 Double Flat, 81" x 99" or Fitted 54" x 75". EACH Standard size pillow cases. PAIR ....... 3.38 3.18 Household linens, Second Floor Assorted Sleepwear Clearance Included in the selection are short gowns, long gowns and pyjamas. Brushed nylon and arnels . . . long sleeves. Embroidery and ribbon trim. Assorted pastels Sizes: small, medium Oi99 99 and large. EACH........... to O" Lingerie, Main Floor Young Women's Jean Oddments Taken right from our regular stock and specially priced to clear quickly. Included are denims and cords . . . some cuffed, flared legs and also basic styles. Sizes 7 to 15. ^ Q^g Sportswear, Main Floor Boys' Pant Clearance 100% cotton. Flare style and washable. Choose from twills, brushed cotton, denim and a few permanent press. Assorted colors of clay, green, grape 0,99 and brown. Sizes 14 to 18. PAIR........ Boys' Wear, Main Floor Women's, Teens' Footwear Clearance Assorted styles. Boots, casuals, dress shoes, ties and pumps included. Leather suede or patent leather upper. Composition soles. Assorted colors. Sizes 6 to 10 collectively. g,99 ^ <| ,99 PAIR Shoes, Main Floor Handbags Low, Low Priced We've just received a shipment of smart handbags and we've priced them 'way low for quick clearance. In an excellent assortment of styles and colors. Colors: beige, brown, black if i99 and navy. EACH ................... . Handbags, Main Floor Men's Sport Shirts Long sleeves and with long point collar. Assorted colors. Priced low because they are in broken size range. Choice of knits and polyester and <7i99 cotton blends. EACH ................. f Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Gloves All leather gloves. Wool or pile lining. �� QQ Sizes 9 to 11. PAIR.................... O* Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Sweater Oddments Wools and acrylics. Assorted styles and colors; Broken size range but sizes medium, large, extra large -in SoTT...............5,99.o16,9? Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Dress Shirts Polyester and cotton. Choose from fancy patterns. Assorted styles and colors. Broken size range 99 but sizes 15 to 16Vi in the group. EACH .. . ^ Men's Wear, Main Floor Boys' Winter Underwear Priced to Clear Drawers . . . elastic waist, double seat for extra wear. Washes easily, requires no ironing. Vests . . . short sleeves, reinforced neck bands. Full style for body movement. Colors: red, navy and white. 100% cotton Thermal and 25% polyester and 75% cotton. ScT..... 1-00 Ev/cT......50* Boys' Wear, Main Floor ' Boys' Cotton Corduroy Jackets 100% cotton corduroy. Full tone nylon lining. Contrast saddle lining. Self cuffs and collar. Colprs: blue, green and brown. Jj QQ Sizes 14, 16 and 18. EACH............ �t Boys' Wear, Main Floor Men's Joggers Sturdy leather uppers. White with blue trim. Rugged rubber soles. Toe guards. White with blue ffcQ^Q, stripe. Sizes 7 to 11 collectively. PAIR..... \Jf Shoes, Main Floor Dresser Sets Taken right from our regular stock and specially priced for Super Saturday. A few different styles to choose from ... all attractively boxed. Set consists of brush, comb and mirror. Jt tQJ T?i97 SET.................... "I and f ' 1 Notions, lower Floor Crystal Mirrors Boys' 'Eski' Parkas Fortrel polyester fibrefill. Mat resistant. Non allergenic. Dry cleanable. Maximum v/armth, minimum weight. Colours: mauve, green and navy. A,99 Sizes 8 to 16. EACH ............�  . . . y Boys' Wear, Main Floor Boys' Club Jackets Permanent press. Lycra knit collar and cuffs and partial waistband. Two front welt pockets. Full nylon lining. 65% polyester and 35% cotton. Colors: brown, blue and green. Sizes 8 to 18. Eizes 8 to 12. EACH ..... 4-98 Sizes 14 to 18. �� QQ EACH ..... O" Boys' Wear, Main Floor Boys' Pant Clearance 100% cotton. Flare style. Washable. Choose from �twills, brushed cotton and corduroy. Colors: blue, clay, brown and green. t AQ Sizes 7 to 12. PAIR................... | Boys' V/ear, Main Floor Limited quantity of this practical make-up and shaving mirror. Approximately 5 inches in diameter. Features one side plain and one side ^|i4T magnifying.- Exceptional value. EACH .... ^ Notions, Lower Floor Electric Curler Curl 'n Go home hairdresser. Thermal controlled . . . heat curls hair in minutes with that OiQQ professional look. EACH ............... %9 Notions, lower Floor Solaray Humidifier Specially priced. A dandy humidifier for dry indoor air . . '. compact and light. Can be used anywhere in the home. One gallon if ft capacity. EACH ...... ............ | %J Notions, lower Floor Right Guard Deodorant End problem perspiration with this anti perspirant super-dry deodorant. Special bonus Cfefflb(i size. 7.8-oz. EACH.................... WW Sundries, Lower Floor Soap Flakes Sheer-Kleen pure soap flakes. *5i29 10-lb. box. EACH .................... jS,' Sundries, Lower Floor Sanyo FM-AM Cassette Recorder FM-AM radio. Converts to public address system. Battery or AC operated. fii|i95 Woodgrain finish. EACH .........�  . Cameras, Second Floor Rotary Slide Trays Adaptable to sawyers, keystone and anscomatic. EACH ................. Cameras, Second Floor RCA AM-FM Digital Clock Radio FM-AM radio. 60 minute sleep control Oyta95 setting. Woodgrain finish. EACH...... W"!1 Cameras, Second Floor CGE 30" Electric Range Large storage drawer. Two large and two small elements. Removable oven door. ^ �i A ,95 Rotisserie. Infinite heat switch. White � | W Major Appliances, Second Floor CGE Self Clean Range No more messy oven to clean ... it cleans electrically. Two large and two small OI%C|i95 elements. Automatic clock controls Jm)WW Major Appliances, Second Floor 1* 'Park Tower' Broadloom A new and beautiful two-tone nylon carpet. High on style, low on care and cost. Backed with a high density foam rubber cushion . . . easy to install. Another great "do-it-yourself" broadloom. ^^i19 6 beautiful decorator colors 12' wide. 1^' SQUARE YARD ........................... W Floor Coverings, Second Floor Tiffany Carpet "Tiffany" sculptured nylon lets "do-it-yourselfers" take command You add to your initial savings on this "Tiffany" sculpture nylon broadloom because you can install it yourself. Built-in high density foam under cushion eliminates the need for padding. Won't ravel, so cut it as you P" 99 please. Good choice of colors. 9' or 12' widths. SQUARE YARD ........................... W Floor Coverings, Second Floor Custom Made Draperies 1 Off Measure your window areas and get new custom made drapes at a saving. Stock includes antique satins, crass dyed rayon-acetate, linen type floral designs, cotton hopsacking and ,| ,93 M ^5 cotton plaids. I #L YARD ........................ � to ^ (Example drapes 100" wide x 84" long, using 4 widths of material at 3.50 yard, 63.95. Draperies, Second Floor Traverse Rods Good quality rod with heavy duty brackets and nylon slides and pullies. d69 One size only 84" to 156". EACH........ c" Draperies, Second Floor Polyester Net Panels Yarn dyed polyester panels can be odjusted to any length by snipping and cutting the bottoms with scissors. Colom black, gold, green, white and melon. Size 45" x 45". Q QQ Size 60" x 45". 3 QQ Each ..... Size 45" x 63". Each...... Size 45" x 81". Each ...... 2.99 3.79 4.79 Each ...... Size 60" x 63". MO Each ......... 3.17 Size 60" x 81". Each ....... Draperies, Second Floor 6.19 27" Glider 10 Speed Bicycle Simplex 10 speed gears. Centre pull brakes. Reflector pedals, amberwal! racing tires, steel handle- 99 bars. Black trim, Huret spoke protector. Green and blue colors. EACH..............^#*W Sporting Goods, lower Floor Almatex Paint Clearance Limited quantities. * for 3.79 Gallons 2 for 11.99 2 for 3.99 Gallons 2 f0r 12.99 * for 4.19 Gallons 2 for 13.99 * for 3.99 Gallons 2 for 12.99 Paints, Lower Floor Super Satin. Quart ...... Semi Gloss. Quart ...... Enamel. Quort ...... Floor Enamel. Quart ..... Corningware Percolator 9 cup size. EACH ......... 99 Housewares, Lower Floor 9 50* Garden Hand Forks 3 and 4 prong. Stainless steel wood handle. EACH.............. Garden Needs, Lower Floor Domestic and Viking Sewing Machine Demonstrators Heavy Duty Zig Zag. Moke button holes, sew on buttons, appliques Zig Zag Automatic. Button holes and bind hem, 20 drop in cams. Zig Zag Automatic blind hemmer and button 110 Cft holer. Appliques, overcasts, sews on buttons. �  Zig Zag, 20 automatic designs, plus built in 1 AQ Cf\ button holer, blind hems, sews on buttons. l17�rfW Zig Zag fully automatic. Dial a button hole, | PQ QC blind hem, decorative stitches or sew on buttons. � � * ' � Sowing Machines, lower Floor 109.00 114.50 Shop Eaton's Use Tonight (Friday) Until 9 and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Your Eaton Come True Card For Convenient Shopping. Talks about Games Roger Rousseau, commissioner-general of the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, is caught by photographer with different facial expressions durng news conference in Toronto. He said the Canadian taxpayer will not be asked to foot the bill if the Montrea IGames run a deficit. POPULATION CLOCK WATCHERS SLIP UP OTTAWA (CP) ~ Canada's population sneaked past the 22-million mark sometime early Thursday, but population clock-watchers at Information Canada missed the moment. By noon, the clock in the Information Canada bookstore was several thousand past 22 million. "We don't know what time it reached 22 million," an official said. "We've been waiting for that for weeks, but when it happened we were so busy we missed it." Population experts at Statistics Canada were all out to lunch when it was discovered that the clock had passed 22 million. The clock is a computer that estimates population minute by minute by a formula based on known trends in births, deaths and migration. The official census in June 1, 1971, showed population as 21,508,315, up from 18,238,247 in 1961. The population hit 20 million in 1966 and was 20,-014,880 June 1 that year. Food packaging practice checked OTTAWA (CP) - The soup envelope, milk carton and the garbage pail came in for close attention Thursday as the Packaging Association of Canada argued before the Commons special food price committee that packaging really makes foodstuffs cheaper. But A. Ray Chadsey, association president, admitted he would be "less than honest" if ha tried to deny that the industry in the past had proliferated package sizes with the intention of confusing the consumer and making price comparisons difficult.- The association is in favor of government proposals to bring nvore standard package sizes in through legislation, Mr. Chadsey said. The industry had been working with federal experts to determine the kind of regulations that could be applied. The association brief argued that most high packaging costs arise with "convenience foods," such as those wrapped so that they can simply be heated and served. Higher prices for such foods help hold down the price of staple items, Mr. Chadsey said. While association spokesmen maintained that the consumer, through choice exercised in the marketplace, plays a big role in determining such packaging it rapidly became apparent that some other big factors go into the decision. Why is Lipton soup on an envelope inside a box, Max. Salts-man (NDP-Waterloo) asked. Snowmobile insurance fee $30 EDMONTON (CP) - The maxinr'm fee for compulsory pubi'- -bility snowmobile in-su- '.rill be $30, attorney-ge Merv Leitch said yes-terc.;.. The fee, he said, covers the $25,000 public liability coverage which snowmobile users must carry under new provincial laws. The $30 would include passenger hazard coverage. The liability insurance rate had been reviewed and approved by the provincial insurance board. Wasn't this pure over packaging? . L. G. Jamison, association vice-president, said there were complaints by retailers about shoplifting because the package was easy to hide and difficult to put prices on. The decision was made to enclose the envelope in a box. Mr. Saltsman said the decision here was not for the .convenience of the consumer but for the convenience of the retailer. James A. McGrath (PC-St. John's East) suggested packaging is really for the convenience of the retailer, as demonstrated by the fact that probably the cheapest way to buy milk is in returnable bottles but these are fast disappearing. Grace Hutchings, association national director, said milk is sold in these various ways because coumers want them. A company that did not provide this packaging variety would lose business. Mr. Saltsman and Alf Gleaver (NDP-Saskatoon-Biggar) wondered how much consideration is given in the packaging industry to the country's mount-ing total of garbage and the problems of disposal it raises. Packaging is part of the cost awl the consumer pays for it, Mr. Jamison said. In some instances, packaging was dictated by health protection requirements. Soup was put in cans because it then could be given a final heat treatment to kill bacteria that could cause botulism and salmonella. Consumers still had choice. If they objected to soup in cans it also was available in packets. PUBLIC PAYS TOO MUCH Somebody has to pay for it, Mr. Saitsmian added, and suggested the public is bearing too much of the burden because packaging is largely deductible for corporate tax purposes. Mr. Chadsey said packaging is part of the cost of goods and gets the same tax treatment as the finished product. Mr. Gleave said bread in France is sold unwrapped and is "a lot more tasty" than wrapped Canadian supermarket bread. Mr. Jamison said the distribution system is totally different in Canada and bread here has to have a "shelf life" of some days. In France, most people shopped daily for bread and meat. Canadians did it once a week or twice a month. ;