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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Simps( TORONTO (CP) Charles Stewart, named president of Simpsons LM. Friday, says he u unashamedly conservative in his business views. "I guess I'm a says the new boss of almost people in 10 department stores and other operations across Canada. "I'm Establishment from the word go." Conservative as well in Chief that Simpsons remain open seven days a week. "I think it would be very unfortunate and very foolish for the retail business to believe the public demands the store be opened he says. Not that it is morally wrong, but I don't think it's in the interest of the public or staff." A Presbyterian, Mr. Stewart says he feels department stores will Eet a poorer -'ass of A St ployees if they remain open on Sundays and other religious holidays. Mr. Stewart started in his father's clothing store in Sea-forth, Ont., now run by two of his brothers. He joined Simpsons at age 25, selling ladies ready-to-wear in "a frightening, awesome experience at tlw time, having be-n brought lip selling overalls." He later became manager Simpsons' Halifax store, manager of the firm's European division based in London, vice-president in charge of Toronto-are', stores and executive vice-president of the OTTAWA (CP) The defence department announced today that the controversial CF-5 jet will soon be tested as a fighter and Jet Planes 1 In Norway, NATO's so-called northern flank. The CF-5 gained a degree of fame some weeks ago when was comi dair into Th dsra year lion, be turer So stora seek CF-5 La in aurope. Six of the aircraft will be flown overseas in mid-October to undergo practical trials in the primary role for which they were designed, the announcement said. The test team will spend about a month in Germany. Further trials ire planned Up GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. (CP) City council has authorized an increase in the welfare budget for 1970 to from It was granted after council was told the previous allotted budget had been CONFERENCE OTTAWA (CP) The 31st Canadian agricultural outlook conference will be held here Nov. 23 and 24, the agriculture department announced Monday, Ottobtr 5, 1970 THE LETHBRIDCt HEXAID 13 the 59-year-old executive sue ceeds G Allan Burton, 55, a member of the family that has controlled Simpsons since the 1920s. Mr. Burton remains chairman of the board and chief'executive officer. The change doesn't affec management of Simpson-Sears Ltd., a mail-order and retail op- eration owned by Simpsons ii partnership with Sears Roebuck and Co. of the United States. Mr. Stewart says he will be responsible for "the day-toniay process of running the coin pany" which has annual sales of more than million. And he will resist suggestions Foreign Ownership Idea Hinted LONDON, Ont. (CP) Reve- nue Minister Herb Gray hinted Saturday new legislation may require foreign-owned compa nies to process in Canada some of the raw materials they mine in this country. Mr. Gray, drafting a report to cabinet on foreign ownership gave the hint during a group discussion on economic sover eignty at a Liberal policy con ference here. Al Lindon of Toronto, co- chairman of the national-policy conferencein Ottawa next month, was suggesting steps the government could take to in crease Canada's participation in its own industries. Using the International Nicke Co. as an example, he said the government could try to force Sl-per-cent Canadian ownership of the company or require it to have a certain percentage of Canadian directors or workers "Or interjectec Mr. Gray. He would not elaborate on his remark. "Perhaps I said some things shouldn't he said, ex- plaining that he had to be care- ful about public statements be- cause his paper on foreign own- ership is for cabinet use only. Slayer Of Diplomat Judged Insane OTTAWA Ferizi, 47, still denying he shot Indian diplomat Sankara Pillai, was found not guilty here of the 1961 slaying by reason of insanity and was ordered returned inde- finitely to the institution for the criminally insane at Penetan- guishene, Ont. "I feel a great injustice has been Ferizi, who has been held at Penetanguishene since 1961, said on hearing the verdict. He indicated he will ap- peal. The verdict could mean con- finement for the Yugoslav im- migrant, now a Canadian citi- zen, for the rest of Ms life. Pillai, first secretary to the Indian high commissioner, was shot to death in his Ottawa off- ice. Ferizi, arrested shortly aft- erward, was found unfit to stand trial and sent to Penetan- guishene. ORDEAL FOR LAWYER Leonard Max, his lawyer, thanked Mr. Justice N. C. Fra- ser for his help in a jury trial "which has been for me a night- mare." "I feel very strongly that this case raises a serious question in respect to the test for fitness to stand Mr. Max added. "One cannot help but feel that perhaps there was a better way." Mr. Justice Fraser and Crown Attorney John Casselis agreed. "I'm not a murderer and I'm not Ferizi, who pleaded not guilty, said during the trial. Psychiatrists testified that on the day of the slaying, Ferizi fell within the Criminal Code definition of insanity. FLYING CLUB LEADER BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) William Tovell, a Brantfonl pharmacist, was elected presi- dent of the Roy- al Canadian Flying Clubs As- sociation at the group's annual meeting here. was revealed that planes were coming straight off the Cana- assembly line and into storage at Trenton, Ont. .defence department or- 115 of the planes five years ago, at a cost of 5215 mil- lion. Of these 37 have still to delivered by the manufac- r. So far, 28 have been placed in storage, while defence planners seek a role for them. CF-5S WILL BE USED week, newly-appointed Defence Minister Donald Mac- donald pledged to haul them "out of the barn" and put them to work along with all other CF-5s being produced. Five have already been lost in test-stage accidents. Thirty-five are now in service, flying with squadrons at Cold Lake Alta., and Bagotville, Que. The planes to be tested in Germany Will be from squadrons at Cold Lad.? ind Bagotville. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, OCTOBER IOth, 1970 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA GRADE UTILITY TURKEY YOUNG HENS 10-18 Ib. Average SWEETHEART Hams Crycvcc !4'i, QQti Ready to Ear Ib. Qw All Stores Have A Full Line of Butterball Turkeys plus Miracle Self-Basting Maple Leaf Turkeys! CANADA GRADE "A" TURKEY Toms, 16 Ibs. up..........Ib. 45' SMOKED HAM SMOKED MAM STANDING RIB ROAST Or Rump, Table Rile Red Brand, bone in Ib. Ham Sausage BURNS Double Smoked Ib. CANADA GRADE A Turkeys Young Hem 10 to 16 Ib. TOP VALU STRAWBERRY JAM 24-oz. tin Burns or Gainers, Shonk Vi't or PURE PORK Sausage Burns Shamrock Small Link Ib. Sausage Meat 45' Royal Breakfast Mb. pkfl.....Ib. Cottage Rolls Gainers, fully cooked, COV Round Steak Table Rita Red Brand, full slica Ib. Side Bacon Gainers Superior Mb. pkg. Ib. OCEAN SPRAY WHOIE Cranberry Sauce fins !raser Vale lalibut 24-oz. ODC JELLY POWDERS NABOB ASSORTED 3-oz. pkgs. RFAM DCHllJ Nabob GREEN GIANT K S. WAX OR GREEN Beans or Peas 4 Fruit MINCEMEAT Top Valu FRUIT COCKTAIL Q.T.F. Sliced, Crushed or Tidbrt PINEAPPLE Fish and Chips H French Fries 2 ,b, 55c Country Waffles 45c Chow Mein, Chop Suey _. Dragon, Chicken er Fried Rice 14-oz. Jt Peas Pie Filler Libby Eagle Milk c Mince Pie fresn .Pickles Gherkins sweet Creme Rinse Tame 39c TOMATO JUICE 59c campbeiu 99c Mushroom Soup 53c 99c IGA DAIRY SPECIALS Cheese Slices REYNOLDS HEAVY DOTY Foil Wrap 18-in. rol Yelveefa Cheese Kr.F, ,.ih. Margarine CHEEZ WHIZ .49 Pkg. i r9 Kraft 32-oz. ALOHA SHELLED Mixed Nuts 13-01. tin TOP VALU Honey 4-lb. tub 1 .25 ZEE ASST. COLORS Bathroom Tissue Cranberries Apples Bananas Brussels Sprouts Grapes Celery Hearts Yams Seediest or Red Tokay, California pkg. CANADA NO. 1 CALIFORNIA LETTUCE HEADS 2 ib, 33' LIQUID Mir 2-24-oz. battles CANADA NO. 1 CALIFORNIA TOMATOES 29 ;