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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-11,Lethbridge, Alberta 18—THE LETHBRIDGE HER ALP — friday. J*nM*ry 11. 1974 EATON'S SATURDAY SHOP EARLY FOB LIMITED QUANTITIES. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLYI Su|»rS.turd»y«Mn» on Ml. tonight (Friday) and all day Saturday or at long aa quantHlaa laat. Big Savlnot 01 Handliigs Reduced one-third off the regular pricings. A wide selection of handbags at prices to please you. In genuine leathers and simulated leathers. Tote bags, shoulder straps, double handles or plain straps. Colors: black, navy, brown and red. Each 3« -16“ Handbags. Main Floor Women’s Drvss Cleirance Reg. 26.00 to 50-00. What a clearance... what savings. Attractive daytime dresses talten right from our regular stock and priced to clear at greatly reduced prices. Fabrics include polyester and fortrel. Stylings are in long sleeves and sleeveless styles. Assort^ Fp shades. Broken size range 12 to 20    ^ Women's Wear, Main Floor in the group. Each Lingsrie Oddments... Hilf-Pricel Reg 1.29 to 20.00. Included in the assortment are sliDs, gowns, dusters, robes and^ panties ... in a vari^ of fabrics and styles. All marked down to the regular pricing for quick    Q** clearance. Each ......................»0 V Ungerie, Main Floor Women’s Sportswear Oddments Reg. 6.00 to 40.00. Out they go . . . ail at exciting clearance prices. Included in the oddment group are pants, tops, sweaters, blouses, shirts and skirts, ^ priced to put money in your pocket. Ajmriety of fabrics    099 24*^ and styles. Each ......... ^ ™ Sporiswear, Main Floor Women’s Pant! Hose We've taken these panti hose right from our regular stock and priced tfiem ’way low for quick clearanc^ Sheer to the waist, reinforced panti and A toe. Assorted sizes and colors. Each ...... Hosiery, Main Floor Men’s Philips Shavers An excellent opportunity to save on an electric shaver, philips shaver features triple flexible head. 110-220 voltage makes it universal. Coil cord. Complete with carrying    ........................21” Shavers. Main Floor case. Each Elaotronio Calculators No calculating person should spend a moment without one of these, especially when figures are n^ded on a moment's notice. Hand held calculator by Texas instruments, a digit display. Chain or constant multiplication and division. True credit balance. All keys are single function, for long complex prob ems. Rechargeable battery pack, 5'A x 3 x 1’^ Weight 10 oz.    89 Calculators, Lower Floor With accessories. Each Desk Top Calculator Texas instruments. Has ten-digit display. Decimal floats freely or can be pre-set, with automatic round-off. Chain or constant multiplication and division. True credit balance. Clear key and clear last entry key. Overflow indicator. Negative indicator. Det^^le cord. 6'^ X 874 x 2W’. Weight 30 02. 0Q9S Calculators, Lower Floor Fits in briefcase. Each Smith Corona Profile "100 Portable Typewrittor A dependable portable and specially priced for Super Saturday. Office size keyboard with 42 keys giving 84 characters. Pre-set tabulation. Two color ribbon. 10" carriage. Handy    H^99 carrying case. Each ..................... Typewriters, Lowe. Floor Beys' Outenwear Priced to Clear! Junior and senior boys' outerwear priced to clear in a flurry. The group includes Eski parkas, nylon and plaid Bomber jackets, Snorkel parkas and down-filled ski jackets. Broken size range but sizes 7 to 12 and 14 to 20    ......... 29" Soys' Wear, Main Floor included. Each Suit 45-Piece Dinner Sot “Rose Garden" design. Low, low priced .. . setting tor eight. Set consists of 8 dinner plates, 8 bread and butters, 8 soups, 8 cups and saucers, 1 vegetab^lww, 1 platter, 1 creann,    31 Chinaware, Second Floor 1 covered sugar. Set Glass Stemware Pinwheel design. Choose from goblets, sherbets. OW Fashioned, sherry    ^ 4 Chiriaware, Second Floor and claret. Viking Toaster Look at the dandy toaster 9.99 wilt buy you. toaster with heavy-plated finish. '    Q99 Small Appliances, Second Floor lUCtaiTii nnii ii\--ii«»j IIP..—- Easy control dial. Each Viking Spray iron Excellent value here. Steam and dry. Each ............ 99» Small Appliances, second Floor men’s. Women’s, Boys’ Snow Boots Only because they are In a limited size range and quantity are we able to offer these snow boots at suct^ saving. Peg. 9.98 to 17.98. Better ^99 099 be prompt for this value. Pair    w W ;    Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Adidas Sweat Suit... Half-Price Reg. 19.98- Four suits only.    C|99 Broken size range. Suit....................» Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Hockey Nets Fun for the kiddies. Hockey nets for outdoors or basement use. Three sizes. Limited quantities, Reg. 5.49 to 16.88.    274 044 Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Each 12 Gauge Shot Guns 1 only! CIL shot gun.    ftQ99 Model 607. Each ..................... 1 only! Remington shot gun. ftQ99 Model 870 AP. Each ...................^09 Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Duofold Unden«ear... Haif-Prico Reg. 5.50 to 9.00. Shirts and two layer longies for men, women, boys and girls. Broken size and color r^ge. Limited quantities.    2^^ to 4 Each to Sporting Goods. Lower Floor Men’s Leather Car Coats Only because they are in broken size and color range are we able to offer these leather car coats, wool melton windbreakers and rayon down-filled ski jackets. Better be prompt for ^ ^99 ft 099 these.    Each I    to Aden's Wear, Mam Floor Men’s Suits, Low, Low Priced Exceptional value in two-piece suits at prices to pul dollars in your pocket. Of course they are in broken Size range which explains the big savings. All wool fabrics in greys and blues, Be sure *0 49** «d 89” Men's Wear, Main Floor 75" wide X 84”. Pair , 27” 100" widex 84”. pair .. 150’’widex 84”. Pair .. 54« Draperies, Second Floor Lined Drapes 100" widex 84 ”. Pair .. 39*t 150" widex 84”. Pair .. Tailored Panels Pinch Pioated Tergal Drapes Give your windows the modern treatment with pinch pleated sheers. Beautifully finished with deep embroidered hems. The fabric is French tergal .the new, easy care fabric in the best quality. Color; white only. Hooks included. 36»» A modern geometric design on a rayon/acetate fabric with cotton lining. An inexpensive way to brighten up your rooms for the winter days ahead. Finished with pinch pleated headings and hooks. Colors: grey, lilac, gold and copper. 59« French Tergal panels to use under drapes for the new "sheerlook." Finished with deep embroidered hems and rod pocket headings. Color: white only. Hand wash and hang. 60"x84”. Each ... 10" 75"x95”. Each — 75"x 84" Each . - 15« 16« Draperies. Second Floor Viking 7,4 Cubic Foot Freezer Excellent for the smaller type home or apartmer^ ^a^ tures magnetic lid seal, lid lock    4 OQ99 and key and basket. Each Ma/'or Ap//anc0s, Second Floor Viking 16.3 Cubic Foot Refrigerator Frost free. Has 140 lb. freezer compartment. 10 position adjustable shelves. Porcelain meat keeper and two crispers.    0^09® Color: white. Each ................. “ ■ ^ 10.00 axtra lor color Major Appliances, Second Floor Viking Automatic Washer Two only! Heavy duty 18 lb. tub. Five cj^te P“sh buttons. Infinite water level. Mini tub g 4 099 for small loads. Each .............. “ ■ ^ Major Appliances, Second Floor Viking Gas Dryer Exceptional value on a Viking Gas Dryer^e^u^l^^ drum, perma-press, normal    QOQ95 and delicate cycle. Each ........... Major Appliances, Second Floor RCA Digital Radio RCA AM/FM digital clock radio. Advanced precision instrument vernier tuning affords highly accurate station. Wake-up to music, buzzer alarm, drowse al^m. 60 minute slumber    OQ99 Home Enlerta/nmeni, Second Floor switch. Each RCA AM Radio High impact plastic cabinet with walnut cellent companion for work    « 999 Home Enferta/nmeni, Second Floor or leisure. Each Stereo Radio ■You’ll like this stereo radio once you see and hear it. Two speaker AM/FM/MX. Phono    44 Horns Entertainment. Second Floor input jack, Each Viking Stereo Component System rahaf inrtk this dandv Viking stereo component s> Better look this dandy Viking stereo component system over... excellent value at this pricing. AM/FM plex 8 track playback    ^OO and record. Each 239” Home £n(erfaínmení, Second Floor RCA 19" Color TV Fuel rationing rumbles across map of Europe Draperies, Second Floor Television Stands LONDON (AP) - Swed«i is rationing gasoline for the second day today, and Norway and the Netherlands will have rationing this montb. Briti^ motorists have been issued ration coupons just in case. In Switzerland, Italy and Austria there are unofficial rumblings about rationing next month if the oil situatiwi doesn’t improve. But most West European governments apparently hope that conservation measures will keep the ration books away. These include 50-mil^ an-hour speed limits. There is also an unofficial restriction on driving. GasoUne pirices have risen as much as 18 cents due to the Arab oil squeeze and now run as high as $1.28 a gallon. Here is a country-by-country picture of gasoline-short Western Europe: Sweden—Drivers have coupons for 26 gallons to last them the seven wedis until March 1. What happens after that depends on the supply situation. Local rationing boards are processing applications from 800,000 Swedes who say driving is essential for their jobs. Netherlands—Rationing begins Saturday and each car will be given four gallons a week. Supplementary rations will be issued for business use, alloted on the basis of 1973 mileage less 25 per cent. The govemnient, fearful of a black market in coupons, says the transfer of coupons from one private car to another will not be prohibited. Norway—A complicated four-tier system of rationing starts Jan. 25 and lasts six weelcs. The basic ration is 20 gallons for drivers in the nonessential groups, but essential services and cars deemed "of some importance to society” get more, A ban on Sunday driving, started three weeks ago, continues until rationing staii^. Britain~The government was Europe's first to distribute gasoline-ration books, and by mid-December everyone had drawn their allocations. Industry Minister Tom Boardmaii said this week it is “very unlikely rationing will be imposed this month" but added: “I am not prepared to comment further than January." Color lock. Automatic fine tuning. Di-pole a^nna. Enjoy your favorite TV programmes ^^A95 with this RCA Victor. Each .......... Home Entertainment, Secontf Floor Viking 17” TV UHF and VHF channel selector. Built-in antei^ with ear phone jack. A dandy TV ^ 0Q9* at a saving. Each .................. Home Entertainment, Second Floor Electrehome 26” Color TV Electroiok color. Electro-tint. Automatic color lo<*. On roll around castors. ^0099 One only ......................... Home Entertainment, Second Floor 19”-21»* For 19” and 20” color portable TV’s. Each ,.. Home Entenaii^ment, Second Floor Shop iMoo’» TonUhl (FiKhnr) w«* »    »!*« Um Your Eaton Account Crodit Tom» AttHoMo. West Germany—Driving was banned on four Sundays In December, and there were plans to start a new system of l^rtial weekend driving bans. But this week the government announced that improved prospects for oil supplies mean an indefinite postponement of Sunday bans. France—The only conservation measure Is a speed limit, and the government insists no more will be needed. Austria—One earless day a week will start next week, and there have been rumors ratio* ning may come next month. Swltzerland-The Swiss government said Wednesday it is preparing a rationing system but emphasized tbis is a precautionary measure and there are no plans to put it into operation in the foreseeable future. A ban on Sunday driving last month has been lifted, but there is a 62-mile-an-h<wr speed limit and unofficial rationing by gas stations. Italy—There has been press speculation that gas rationing may be on the way, but there has been no official indication so far. A Sunday driving ban started last month and is still in force, and the speed limit Is 75 m.p.h. on expressways and 62 on other roads. Denmark—Alone of Scandinavian countries, Denmark has no plans for rationing. Conservation measures include a ban on Sunday driving, a 50 m.p.h. speed limit and a ban on using fuel for Hying and boating on Sundays. Belgium—No plans for rationing, since that couW lead to a black market benefiting rieber drivers, an economic ministry spokesman said. A Sunday driving ban imposed Nov. 16 and lifted for the yearend holidays is back, on alternate Sundays. MAY SELL cmajs LOS ANGELES (AP) -Mattel Inc. says it has agreed to sell the Ringling Bros.-Bamum and Bailey Circus to an unidentified buyer for an undisclosed price. Mattel, based in suburban Hawthorne, said it had “entered into,« letter of intent" to sell the circus and park under development near Orlando. Fla., about 10 miles from Disney World. U.S. audits all refinery records WASHINGTON (AP) -United States energy chief William Simon said today investigators from his Federal Energy Office (FEO) and the Internal Revenue Service arc auditing the price, profit and supply records of every petroleum refiner in the U.S. A statement issued by Simon said the audit is aimed at making sure price increases on petroleum products , reflect only cost increases and not jack^-up profits. It also will help “to verify the accuracy of refiner ' reports on crude oil and product supplies and is a tna-jor step toward establishing an independent reporting and information system on refinery inventories at FEO," Simon said. The U.S. government always has relied on information provided by the oil com panies, mainly through their trade organization, the American Petroleum Institute, or indirectly through reporting to other organizations and state governments. Simon said a force from the FEO and the IRS will include 35 agents, divided into teams conducting audits in corporate offices. The teams will visit individual firms as often as four times a year, he said. Simon said the program will cover all 140 refiners in the U.S. with continual field reviews of major refiners who control about 90 per cent of the country’s refinery capacity. The FEO, which recently took over petroleum price controls, allows a refiner to adjust prices once a month to reflect increased costs of crude oil or of refined products purchased for resale. Canada seeking Indochina costs O’TTAWA (CP) — Canada has spent more than $8.5 million on peace supervision and peacekeeping forces in Indochina in the last 20 years and is trying to recover $3.08 million of it, it was disclosed in the Commons this week. The figures were in a written reply by External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp to questions from Michael Forrestal (PC— Dartmouth-Halifax East). The reply showed expenditures between 1954 and Sept. 30, 1973, totalled $8,507,554. This was for the International Control Commission (ICC) which operated in Cambodia, Laos and Vietruim, and the new International Commission for Control and Supervision (ICCS) in Vietnam. Of the total, $3,»«,«* “is recorded as recoverable,” Mr. Sharp said. An external affairs spokesman said later that the ICC bills were supposed to have been paid by France, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, China and North and South Vietnam. Problems arose when Canada began paying its own expenses-for such things as transport, communications and housing. "More and more, the Canadian government began picking up the charges,” said the spokesman. The Chinese stopped contributing in 19W and the unpaid balance began to mount up. "We keep trying to recover it from time to time,’” he said. However, h« said, ih« government is "lioperMl tat not optimistic’ ’ about recovering tne outstandinf money. M. RRCiiivE.! ;