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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, January 18,1974 irette tax based on content HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A bill introduced in the Montana S(enate would place a special tax on cigarette sales, based on their tar and nicotine content. The tax would apply when the tar content exceeds 17 milligrams, and when the idcotine content is greater tlian 1.1 milligrams. Senate majority leader Neil Lynch (D-Butte) introduced the measure. Lynch, a non-smoker, said the proposed levels of tar and nicotine are an average of levels set by other states with similar laws. SAND GRAVEL lASPHALT fTOLLESTRUP SAND and QRAVEL Ceratrucllen Co. Lid. PHONE 3SI-2702-327-3610 Newfoundland backs Alberta By ED WALTERS ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) -The Newfoundland government believes the federal export tax on western Canadian oil is a threat to the basis of Confederation and will support Alberta and Saskatchewan at next week's national energy conference. Premier Frank Moores, who outlined his Progressive Conservative government's view Thursday in a speech to a service club in Corner Brook, Nfld., says the burden of rising fuel costs In Eastern Canada must be lightened but not with funds from a tax that is unconstitutional. Newfoundland also sees further development of hydroelectric power as a long-term solution to many problems caused by rising fuel costs. The province also will continue to press for ownership and control of undersea oil ' and gas resources. Mr. Moores sees the oil ex- Farmers talk compensation port tax, scheduled to increse to $6.40 a barrel Feb. 1 from $2.20, as a dangerous precedent that might lead to similar charges on fish or newsprint sold to foreign markets. "Newfoundland supports the constitutional position of the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan in capturing the full economic rent generated from the sale of their resources at market prices and feels that the present export tax on western oil, and any other federal fiscal masure designed specifically to tax the production of western oil, is unconstitutional," he said. Deluxe handlebar Jay Nestle a Broomfield Colo., butcher sports a 19-inch handlebar mustache, which has got to be some sort of record as handlebars go. Nestle figures he has spent over a $100 for wax to groom his V/z year-old project. VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS Phona 329-4545 eir success In meat 1.39 1.69 1.89 904-7thAva.S. ., ^ , Your freezer experts. Join your friends In thel buying at Vanta's Meat. Economically and advantageous. The old tasnioned way. Sometimes you have to wait several minutes. HERE ARE YOUR SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK 1. Van'aAllBtafSalami................. lb. 1-69 2. Van's Summar Sausaga.............. lb. 1.69 3. Van'a Farmar Sausag*................ lb. 1.69 4. Van'a ImportadChaasa...............lb. 5. Vantaa Prineaaa Roaat Bonalasa.......lb. 6. Vanla'a Splcad Rolladaa ..............lb. 7. Vanta'a Country Cut Spara Rib ..........Ib.89t 8. Vanta'a Fraah Baa! Sauaaga..... .......lb. 890 Dally mad*'No old �luff 9. Vanta's Pura Pork Sauaaga.............lb. 89$ Dally Made-No Old stuff 10. Vanta's Ground Baaf Ground Frash Hourly.................................lb. .99 11. Vanta's Chuck Roaal Cut your way......lb. .98 12. Vanta's Chuck Staak ..................lb. .99 13. Vanta'a Dallcatessaa...........DIacount 18% 14. Vanta'a Matwurat ............. DIacount 18% NO COUPONS - NO GIMMICKS Just Oeod eld FashleiMd Value For Your Monoy  Vanta'a will refund your purchaae price  H you are net aatlafled. Vanta's are presently negotiating to purchase for you this time approx. 300 sides of Beef - Hinds.- or Fronts - any brand you choose Before you buy come to Vanta's and Inspect the brand of beef you want. Vanta's orders your meats from the major packing plants. All beet is Canada Grade A. NO QOOD - NO SATISFACTION - NO PAY You have succeeded In making Vanta's your successful meat buying market. VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS 904 - 7th Ave. S. Phono 32a-4945 Don't Forgot your Custom CuHIng at VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS ^^^^^^^^JOojbJBunWorthg^alijw^^ Chess stars in action Soviet grandmasters Anato-ly Karpov and Lev Poliigaevsky drew Thursday night in the opening game of their quarter - final world chess championship match in Moscow. In San Juan, Puerto Rico, Russia's Boris Spassky and Robert Byrne of the United States played to a draw in 72 moves. Henrique Mecking of Brazil and Russia's Viktor Korchnoi were resuming an adjourned game Thursday in Augusta, Ga. Tigran Petrosian of the Soviet Union and Lajos Por-tisch of Hungary opened their quarter  final match Friday on the Spanish island of Majorca. The quarter - final winner is the first player to win three games or be ahead after 16 games. The final round to select a challenger for world champion Bobby Fischer of the United States is to begin in the fall. SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. YOUR VOLVO DEALER' Celebrate with us... Sat.. Jan. 19 FREE COFFEE and DONUTS for everyonel ALL MODELS Sedans and wagons Mm our courtiOHi Sim stiff and our ixpirt Sorvici and Parts Porsonnol 1974 VOLVOS on Display in our siiowroom See... the latest, most up-to-date Equipment in our servico Dopartmont DIALV-OLVO 328-6586 SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. Cornor6tliAvo.&6tliSt. S. CAMROSE (CP) -Farmers forced to leave their homes last October when toxic gas began spewing from a gas well will meet here Monday to discuss complaints about compensation payments. George Calvin, president of the New Norway, local of the National Farmers' Union, said Thursday some farmers are still awaiting compensation for factors such as loss of harvesting time due to the evacuation about 45 miles southeast of Edmonton. The meeting will be attended by Helmut Enthrup, the provincial agriculture department's farmers' advocate, farmers and legal consultants. "To otherwise hold would be to make a shambles of our present constitution." He said the twoHiay energy conference in Ottawa, starting Tuesday, will have to . work out another way of keeping eastern Canadian fuel costs down for the consumer. Leak plugged COPENHAGEN (AP) -Denmark's ban on Sunday pleasure driving is being extended to foreigners next weekend because West Ger-, mans and Swedes have been crossing- borders to buy gas- 15 Ladies' Fashion Boots Platform Soles. Black or brown. Broken sizes 5-6 and 8-10. R�g. $25.98-$26.98 999 Family Footwear DOG LICENCE PLATES Reg.$2.99 ... STONE DOG DISHES Reg. $2.99 BIRD HOUSE OR FEEDERS Reg.$2.99 ... ASSORTED DOG TOYS Reg. $1.19 ......... ...... Pet Dept. ^00 69' at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Ladies' Short Gowns Cosy brushed arnel. 399 . Q99 At Home Wear AH-N Bra Long line for below cup support and great shaping. maa BaCCup.R9g.$9.00..............Q** D&DD Cup. Rag. $10.00 ........... Body Fashions Shirt Clearance Plain and check. Long sleeves. Sizes UVa - 17. Rag. $4.99-$11.00. .99 Men's Furnishings Baby Scotts 1.19 0 Regular Siz�. Reg. $1.49........ Ovornlghts. Reg. 89$ ........... N�wborn.R�g.$1.29 ...............1.09 Infants' Wear 18 Piece Glass Set 3 assorted sizes of glasses. Rag. $7.99 599 Housewares Junior Bazaar Sweaters Turtle necks, cardigans and crew neck with front lacing. Variety of colors. S.M.L. 1�� .399. 5S0 Junior Bazaar Store Hours: Open Dally 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ;