Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
It THI IITHHIDGE HERALD Thursday. November J3, 1972 EATON'S SUPER HANDBAG BUY! Beautiful leather bags yours now for an irresistible low Eaton prkei Special 13 Treat yourself to a beautiful leather bog at only 13.99! Eaton's brings you this irresistible handbag buy. Offers you luscious leather bags with all the luxury you love. At a price you rarely find nowadays. Come feast your eyes on the expensive-looking lea- thers the shining kip and velvety softee. The gleaming goldea trimmings. Open up one of the bags and see a zippered pocket wilh a comb and mirror tucked inside. Then choose from five stunning ityles. An elegant frame. A roomy pouch. A swagger that turns into a shoulder bag. And more. In black, brown or tan; collectively. And all very beautiful. Just pick your favourite and dial 326-8811. Or hurry in to Eaton's today! Great Savings on Eaton DIAMOND RINGS For That Special Person! SPECIAL 75.00 SPEC.AL 37.50 112.50 SPECIAL 37.50 SPECIAL 150.00 Diamond ring Wedding ring Diamond ring Diamond wedding ring Diamond ring Diamond wedding ring SPECIAL 61.88 Diamond ring 150.00 Plain wedding band............. SPECIAL 22.50 Diamond ring SPECIAL 187.50 Diamond wedding ring SPECIAL 56.25 Other stylet in Wedding Bands Q y p m PA and Engagement Rings. Each J to I 07 Jw Women'i rings in 14 carat yellow gold with 18 carat white gold top; or oil IB corot white gold. Men's in JO carof yellow or white gold Come in nowl Not all styles available for immediate delivery on diamond rings. Rings, Main Floor Vanity Fair all-sheer sandalfoot panti-hose Tender beige, mocha, cocoa, charcoal, i navy, vintage port, black, burnt sugar, sha- daw. A fits sizes 95 lo 130 Ibs.; B 130 to i 165 Ibs. Style No. 2282. Vanity Fair panti-hose wear round the clock 2.97 20-denier plain knit stretch nylon with rein- forced panli section. Tender beige, taupe, mist, mocha, while, black, burnt sugar, cocoa, navy. A firs sizes 80 lo 120 B 120 to 160 Ibs. Style No. 2285. Queen-size panti-hose with Vanity Fair fit! 15-denier mesh leg, reinforced panli sec- tion. Tender beige, laupe mist, mocha, cocoa, navy. A fils sizes 80 lo 120 Ibs.; B 165 lo 210 Ibs. Style No. 2288. Hosiery, Main Floor Eaton's Christmas Show for Children at the Paramount Theatre December 2nd, 9th and 16th Sanhi Will Be There! Eaton's has arranged with Famous Players for the showing of three pre-Christmas shows on Saturday, December 2nd, 9th and 16th from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to enable you to Christmas shop at Eaton's while your youngsters attend the show. Santa will be there with a Christmas goodie as the yo ungsters leave the show. On December 2nd "TARZAN AND THE BIG RIVER" will be shown while on December 9th "TARZAN AND THE JUNGLE BOY" will be the feature. The feature for December 16th will be announced later. Tickets for those 14 and under are available in the Children's Wear Departments, Main Floor, and in Toyland, Lower Floor. 10 Buy Line 328-8811. Shop Tonight until 9 and Frid ay from 9 'til 9. Use Your Eaton Come True Card. Give Eaton Merchandise Gift Certificates This Year. Available at the Cash Office, Second Floor. SENTENCED TO DEATH Mr. Justice Guy Malhieor of Quebec Superior Court sentenced Real Chartrand wilh cigarette, to death for Ihe Oct., 1971 murder of a Ste. Therese, Que. police conslable. Soviet-American trade agreement moves to front By LEONARD SILK New York Times Service NEW YORK The sweeping trade agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union, which was signed in Washington late last month when most American eyes were focused on the presidential cam- paign, may prove to be the most important economic initiative of the Nbton administration. Secretary of Commerce Peter G. Peterson has stated that, in an increasingly interdependent world, "commercial relations both follow and influence the contours of the larger political environment." LEADING FACTOR Since economics is becoming the leading factor in resolving international tensions, Peterson says, President Nixon has taken the lead in directing the process of commercial rapproacnement with the Soviet Union." On the Soviet side, party sec- reatry Leonid I. Brezhnev has said that the time has come for commercial and trade issues to move to the front Nations must build "a vested economic interest" in peace, according to the commerce secretary. Dayliiier j flag stops (plan backed RED DEER (CP) The Red Deer county council says it will send a letter to the Canadian Transport Committee in support of an earlier submission by Ihe County of Mountain View ask- ing for flag stops on the CP Rail dayliner service between Ed- monton and Calgary. Reeve W. of the County of Mountain View said residents in communities on the route should not be deprived of railway passenger He said the stops would not be j on a daily basis trains would only slopped when flagged. James Masson, Red Deer I county secretary -1 r e a surer, said tlic trains now slow down when passing through Llw com- munities to conform with speed limits. He said the trains would lie delayed only slightly if they slopped to pick up passengers. Peterson recognizes that it n-ould be unrealistic to suppose that any single economic agree- ment would "lyrite linis" to the political and military issues that still divide the two countries. "We are still ideological adver- he says, "political and military rivals." Nevertheless, the Nixon ad- ministration is after a compre- hensive set of agreements to plot a "critical path through the issues that divide us, tying, where necessary, the solution of one to the solution of another to create a long-term environment in which business can flourish." Such a critical path will be strewn wilh dollars and niblej This year's wheat deal calls for Russians lo make minimum purchases of million of American grain, In the next three years. HOW IT WORKS The trade agreement readied in Washington on Oct. IB calls for the Russians to pay mil- lion over the next 29 years to settle the dispute over the So- viet Union's Second World War II lend-leasc debts. In exchange, Nixon has au- thorized the export -Import bank to extend credit for sales to the Russians. He has said he will ask congress to extend most favored nation treat- ment to the Soviet Union, which would allow it access to the Am- erican market at the lowest pos- sible tariffs. But there are also pitfalls strewn along the critical path. The Senate, for example, has thus far balked at approving the extension of most favored- nation tariff treatment to the Soviet Union or the granting export import credits until the Russians cease imposing a head tax on Jews who want to emi- grate from the Soviet Union lo other countries. And although many corpor- ate leaders in the U.S. are en- thusiastic about expanding So- viet trade and investment, main- laining that it will be good for both profits and peace, come businessmen are wary. STOLE IIRR TURKEV SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Thieves swooped down on the home of sightless Carlollji Cas- tillo and took the Ingredients of her Thanksgiving dinner Tucs- dny, police said. Mrs. Castillo I old police burglars entered her house while she was nt n doc- tor's office. Tlipy look n turkey and Irimniinps she purchnscd wltli her Novcmlwr uid-lo-Uic- blind cheque, she said. Traders Group net income increases TORONTO (CP) Tradci-s Group reports consolidated ncl income for the first nine months this year of or S1.52 n share, up from nnd In the corresponding period Insl ycnr. Traders' insurance subsi- diaries, Canadian general mice bnd n nine-month income roiilribiillon of compared with n loss of in 1971.