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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Film he-man loses cool JOHN WAYNE SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Actor John Wayne, the rugged he-man of the movies, stormed after about 10 anti-Reagan demonstrators carrying the flag of the Viet Cong guerrillas of South Vietnam. The incident occurred as Wayne and others left Memorial Auditorium after performing at Gov. Ronald Reagan's inaugural gala. The demonstrators retreated as Wayne marched toward them, witnesses said. An aide restrained the actor, who supported Republican Reagan's successful bid for re-election last November. The small group of demonstrators outside the gala caused no disturbances as a group had earlier in tire day during th* Reagan inauguration ceremony. The governor was sworn into office amid obscene chants of some 50 to 100 demonstrators. Wayne was master of ceremonies along with actor James Stewart at the gala which followed. In Los Angeles, a spokesman for Wayne said: "Mr. Wayne said there is no truth to the rumor or the story." Pearson's 'son' faces charges The man, who said he once claimed to be the son of former prime minister Lester B. Pearson of Canada, told police he was Steven Lord, then told them it was Steven Barclay. He gave his age as 34. NEW YORK (CP) - A young man who gave police two names and claimed to be from Nova Scotia will appear in Queen's criminal court Jan. 13 to face charges of possession of stolen credit cards and forged instruments. Reluctant suicides NUMATA, Japan (Renter) - A reluctant bride and her sister committed suicide by setting themselves on fire In a locked truck here Tuesday, police reported. Notes In their handbags said Shizu Harata, 26, was reluctant about her coming marriage and her sister Fumie, 24, joined her in sympathy. CLOSE CROSSINGS MUNICH (AP) - Czechoslovak border officials have announced they will close some of the eight provisional crossing points on the West German border, Bavarian border police said Tuesday. Only one of the provisional crossings has been in regular use. Wednesday, January �, 1971 - THI LfTHBRIDOl HERALD - 9 Plan snowmobile patrol CALGARY (CP) - The Alberta government is forming a snowmobile patrol to encourage safe use of the vehicles, Youth Minister Gordon Taylor said here. The youth department is starting a training program, he said, and plans to issue certificates identifying trained drivers as patrol members. "It's impossible to have policemen chasing after snowmobiles everywhere in the province. These certificates would form the nucleus of a patrol." Mr. Taylor, also highways and transport minister, has introduced stringent snowmobile reg- ulations but said there are no died in snowmobile accidents plans to control the age of drlv- this winter, but none of the fa- ers. talities have occurred in Alber� Forty - four Canadians have ta. Kidnapped brother released BEIRUT, Lebanon (Reuter)-, The brother of the Jordanian] armv chief of staff was kidnapped here but released after being held for eight hours by his unidentified captors. Jordanian embassy sources said Ahmed Khalil Abdel-Dayem, a lieutenant in the Jordanian army and brother of chief of staff Ma}.  Gen. Mo- hammed Khalil Abdel - Dayem, was brought to the embassy by Lebanese security forces. Three unidentified men went to the lieutenant's hotel room in Beirut and took him to an unknown destination. ALL RADIOACTIVE All 14 of uranium's isotoptt are radioactive. STARTING THURSDAY-LEO SINGER'S 13* ANNUAL STOREWIDE 6>J The sale all south Alberta waits for. All merchandise is regular stock, all top name brands. As usual our regular policy of complete satisfaction applies. We urge you not to miss this - the greatest dollar saving January event - Starting Thursday, January 7th at 9:00 a.m. ODDS 'N ENDS DISCONTINUED LINES MEN'S DRESS Regular la 25.00 BARGAIN CARNIVAL MEN'S and BOYS' SKI CAPS Rag. values to 2.50 BARGAIN CARNIVAL MEN'S SUETS Three groups at really outstanding savings to choose from  ENGLISH WORSTEDS  WORSTED FLANNELS  SCOTCH TWISTS  PIC N' PICS  SHADOW CHECKS  OLEN CHECKS  VENETIANS  HERRINGBONES  CHARCOAL WORSTEDS  SHARKSKINS Expertly mad* by Canada'* leading manufacturers. All sites In (hart, regular and tall models, latest Single and Double Breasted Styles. Grouped here are.a complete selection of all-wool worsteds, melange flannels, twists and tweed In all sixes. Reg. 79.95 CLEARING AT ..... Fino all-wool worsteds that regularly sold for 99.95. NOW ONLY . Hero are some of tho finest suits that regularly sold at 110.00. Soma with 2 pairs of pants. CLEARING AT ...... BIG SAVINGS ON BOYS' WEAR BOYS' SUITS . Now at real sa 1AM�19W In siios 11-16. Now at real savings! Reg. 22.50 to 49.00. SPECIAL BOYS' ALL WOOL SPORT JACKETS Reg. 22.50 NOW ONLY BOYS' CASUAL PANTS Dress up that boy of yours now at this savingl **Bra.-" a* W NOW ....... Sixes * to 10 Reg. 6.95 NOW ...... LEATHER JACKETS Belted, regular, some with xip-in liners. Reg. to 95.00 Clearing at____ Vz Price WINTER JACKETS AND CAR COATS Vz , Vz Price DRESS SOCKS In Wools, Nylons, Orlons Reg. to 1.75 BARGAIN CARNIVAL 99* Men's Lined Dress GLOVES Reg. values to 13.95 CLEARING AT l/3 OFF MEN'S PILE LINED CURLING BOOTS Reg. 15.95 BARGAIN CARNIVAL 1095 OUT THEY 60 ... OUR ENTIRE STOCK TOPCOATS and OVERCOATS Choose yours now at terrific savings from our fine stock of YOUNG MEN'S CORD FLARE PANTS Reg. 10.95 BARGAIN CARNIVAL STANFIELD'S HARVEY WOODS SHORTS Reg. 1.75 CLEARING AT MEN'S FUN FUR JACKETS Reg. 35.00 BARGAIN CARNIVAL 17*o CROMBIE SEALSKIN i CROMBIE SAXONY  ALPACAMAS  WOOL AND CASHMERE e SAVILLE ROW All sires in short, regular and tall models MEN'S JEWELLERY Cuff links, tie tacs, sets GOING NOW AT l/2 PRICE MENS' SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS AND TURTLE and MOCK TURTLE T-SHIRTS CLEARING AT 1/2 PRICE MEN'S SIMULATED SEAL SNOW BOOTS Reg. 22.50 BARGAIN CARNIVAL Reg. 69.50 NOW AT Reg. 125.00 NOW AT .. BOYS' DRESS PANTS Reg. 9.95 APg/ All Special, Only *3/0 UTT BOYS' ALPACA CARDIGAN SWEATERS Reg. 12.95 f% OR NOW ONLY ...... Q,w BOYS' WHITE AND COLORED DRESS SHIRTS Reg. 4.95 to 5.50 ef% OA NOW ONLY ....... T-SHIRTS Reg. 1.25 �Q(< NOW ONLY ....... WW BOYS' TURTLE NECK SHIRTS Vi PRICE Reg. 6.00 to 9.00 BARGAIN CARNIVAL MEN'S FINE QUALITY DRESS SHIRTS Colored and Stripes 25% MENI DON'T MISS THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY! SPORT JACKETS Choose from West of England, Crombie, Saxony, Harris Tweeds, Glen Checks, Silks and Wools, Wool Blasers, Glonhills and Corduroys OFF MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Hundreds of nationally advertised branded linesl Selling at a price that will net be repeated Stock up nowl Reg. Values to 35.00. NOW Coordinates, Jackets and matching pants Reg. 69.50. NOW Coordinates, 2-pce. Jacket and Pants Reg. 79.50. NOW i.50 Rog. 6.00 NOW Reg. 7.00 to 8.50 NOW....... CLEARANCE OF HATS latest styles and shades. All eur regular fine stock. BARGAIN CARNIVAL 25% Off MEN'S and BOYS' SHOES MEN'S DRESS SHOES Reg. to 27.95 0% 1 CLEARING AT .......... ^J' BOYS' SHOES Including Huthpuppies Sites to 6. M Reg. 6.95. NOW........ 4* DRESSING GOWNS Balance ef Boys' and Men's Vz NOW /" PRICE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF O.W.G. WORK CLOTHES 20% Off Shirts and Pants, Overalls, etc. Canada's finest union made garments at ............... OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF CLEARING OUT AT SWEATERS 20% Off SHOP FOR THESE PLUS MANY OTHER TERRIFIC VALUES THROUGHOUT THE STORE ADDED STAFF TO SERVE YOU LEO SINGER'S MEN'S & BOYS1 WEAR 214 5th STREET S. PHONE 327-3958 OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. ;