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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurjday, StpNmber 17, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 STOREWIDE A Large Selection of Our Merchandise is Going at Tremendous Savings CENTRE VILLAGE MALL All Our Merchandise is Going at Tremendous Prices OF UP TO 50% SAVE 4.15 Men's Pants Sizes 32 38. Assorted colors. O Reg. 6.66. NOW C.3U SAVE 2.49 Men's Khaki Work Pants Reg. 4.49. NOW FROM SPACE Tom Gibson of Pratt, Kan., or, oil company superintendent, uses a shovel to support a metal object which came down near Pratt on land leased by his company. The Air Force says the piece of metal and other chunks which, landed in Oklahoma and Texas are be- lieved to be remnants of a Soviet cosmos 316 satellite. Benson Suggests New Tax Meeting OTTAWA CCP) Finance Minister Edgar Benson today suggested another meeting with provincial finance ministers this fall before the government he- gins to make final decisions on its plan to revise the Income Tax Act. Probes Two Finns VICTORIA (GP) Attorney- general Leslie Peterson has or- dered investigation under the British Columbia Securities Act of two firms of which his brother-in-law is a director, it was disclosed here. Bill Irwin, securities super- intendent, confirmed Tuesday that an investigation order was issued last week against Can- ada Kelp Co. Ltd. and Apollo Distributors Ltd. of Vancou- ver. Vancouver lawyer Harold H. Hine, brother of Mr. Peterson's wife, is a director of both com- panies. So is Earlc C. West- wood of Nanaimo, former rec- reation minister in the Social Credit government. Mr. Irwin said the investiga- tion order was passed on to h is investigating staff in Vic- toria. Reason for the investiga- tion was not given. Canada Kelp, formerly North Pacific Marine Products Ltd., is engaged in harvesting aqua- tic plants and converting them into foodstuffs, chemicals and fertilizer. Mr. Hine became a director In July, 19G8 and Mr. Westwcod a director in May, 1969. Mr. Hine became a director of Apollo Dec. 12, 1968, and Mr. Westwood a director May 16, 3969. Apollo is authorized to deal in royalties, patents and inven- tions, to manufacture and dis- tribute merchandise, lo invesi. and lend money and to acquire shares, stocks and bonds. On Sept. 2, Apollo turned over for all stock i n trade, goods and personal chat- tels and property to Mr. Hine and Vitae Holdings Corp. Ltd., a firm owned by Air. Hine and his wife. Sources at the federal-provin- cial premiers meeting said Mr. Benson also promised the pre- miers and their provincial treasurers he would meet them again next spring, as soon as the government introduces in Parliament its definitive legisla- tion revising the' act. The government now hopes to have its white paper proposals rewritten in the form of draft legislation by next March or April. The finance ministers meeting probably will be held in November or December this year. Saskatchewan Premier Ross Thatcher was reported to be the only premier to speak out harshly and at length today on the white paper proposals, de- claring that revised plans for taxing the mining industry are still unacceptable. SATISFACTION SHOWN A conference source said that in the closed door meeting, some provinces expressed satis- faction with the revised mining incentives, while others asked for more time to consider them. Mr. Thatcher spoke from seven pages of typewritten notes, which were given to re- porters outside the conference room. In addition to attacking the mining incentives, Mr. Thatcher said Mr. Benson should make his proposed new scale of personal income taxes less onerous on middle-income taxpayers, and raise the sug- gested rates on higher incomes. 2.00 SAVE 3.44 Men's Corduroy Jacket Sizes 40-42-44. Green, Brown and Gold. C A A Reg. 8.88. NOW........................ SAVE 4.16 Men's or Boys' Boot Pants Reg. 6.66. Cfl NOW C.iJU SAVE 2.55 Men's Golf Jackets Sizes S, M, 1. fln Reg. 5.55. NOW........................ O.UU SAVE Permanent Press Pants Sizes 8-16, Gold and Charcoal. Q flrt Reg. 4.97. NOW........................ C.UU SAVE .98 Girls' or Boys' Short Sleeve Sweat shirt. Sizes S, M, 1. 1 flfl Reg. T.98. NOW....................... I .UU SAVE 2.49 Ladies' Shells Sizes S, M, I O flfl Reg. 4.49. NOW........................ C.UU SAVE 2.49 Girls' Jacket with Hood 2.00 SAVE 2.49 Girls' All Weather Coat Gold and Beige. Sizes 8-14. A. flfl Reg. 4.49. NOW........................ C.UU SAVE .72 Girls' Summer Jacket Sizes S, M, t. I-A Reg. 1.22. NOW........................... -3U IET MACLEOD'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR Sizes 7-14. Reg. 4.49. NOW Tipsy Birds DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Tipsy birds aren't flighty. So they go to the Dallas zoo to dry out. Larry Calvin, zoo director, says the birds get high on fermented berries. Some get so high they can't even leave ihe ground. The zoo keeps a couple of cages reserved for tipsy visitors. Wlien sobered up, the birds take to tho airways again. American Bank Ceases Operations BASEL, Switzerland (AP) The Basel branch of the United California Bank said Wednesday it will discontinue operations. Seven officers of the branch have been arrested by Swiss au- thorities. In Los Angeles, United Cali- fornia Bank officials said its Basel branch might have lost 120 million more than the million reported last week. The Basel bank is 58-per-cent owned iy the Los Angeles-based United California Bank. The Basel subsidiary also said today it was seeking Swiss court permission to suspend payments to creditors and depositors until a payment plan could be ap- proved by the Swiss Banking Commission and U.S. Federal Reserve authorities. The Basel bank also has Swiss branches in Zurich, Geneva and Lugano. It was not clear whether those branches would be affected by the closure an- nouncement. A bank spokesman In Los An- geles said the losses were caused largely by unauthorized trading in cocoa. LET MACLEOD'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR SAVE 1.99 Children's All-Weather Coats and Jackets Sizes 2-6x. Reg. 3.99. NOW SAVE .96 Children's Jacket Size 2-6. Reg. 7.96. NOW SAVE 2.49 Ladies' Summer Jacket Sizes S, M, L. O fill Reg. 5.49. NOW W.UU SAVE 1.43 Ladies' Squall Jacket Sizes 12-18. Assorted colors. .4 flfl Reg. 2.43. NOW I .UU SAVE 1.75 Girls' Blouses Sizes 7-14. Assorted colors. Reg. 2.75. NOW SAVE 1.00 Ladies' Pant Tops Sizes S, M, L. fjfl Reg. 1.50. NOW........................ SAVE 4.29 Ladies' Scooter Skirt Sizes 10-16. A fln Reg. 7.29. NOW O.UU SAVE 1.44 Children's Scooter Skirt sizes 2-6. inn Reg. 2.44. NOW .UU SAVE .88 Children's Pant Dress Reg. 1.88. 4 AA NOW I .UU SAVE 1.82 Girls' Jumper Sizes 10 and 12. A AA Reg. 4.85. NOW W.UU Sizes 28-34, 10-16. As sorted colors. 1.00 FINAL FURNITURE CLEARANCE ALL THIS MERCHANDISE MUST GO SAVE 17.00 2 Only Swivel.Chain Reg. 69.95. CO Ot NOW Ofc.DO SAVE 20.00 2 Only Rocker Recliners Reg. 99.95. 7Q QC NOW I V.WU SAVE 20.00 1 Only Rocker Rig. 69.95. NOW SAVE 5.9S Only Rocker Reg. 49.95. NOW SAVE 35.00 1 Only Western Style Chair Reg. 8400. AQ rtfl NOW 13.UU SAVE 20.00 1 Only Recliner Reg. 129.95. NOW........... 49.95 44.00 SAVE 10.00 1 Only Dinette Suite Reg. 134.95, 4 NOW SAVE 10.00 1 Only Dinette Suite Reg. 84.88. -JA OQ NOW It.OO SAVE 20.9S I Only Dinette Suite Reg. 119.95. NOW S9.00 11 Only Chairs NOW.............. SAVE 5.00 1 Only End Table Reg. 49.50. NOW 109.95 9.88 44.50 SAVE 20.90 1 Only Chesterfield Reg. 249.90. AAA flft NOW CC3.UU SAVE 30.50 1 Only Davenport SAVE 30.95 I Only Chesterfield Reg. 259.95. NOW 229.00 SAVE 30.00 1 Only Chesterfield SAVE 15.00 1 Only Dinette Suite Reg. 159.95. 1 A A QC NOW 144.30 All Record Players NOW REDUCED........ 25 eff Regular Pric. SAVE 56.00 1 Only Bedroom Suite Reg. 284.95. 99Q QC NOW CfcO.JJO SAVE 60.00 1 Only Bedroom Suite Reg. 2S9.95. QC NOW fctO.sIp SAVE 10.00 1 Only Bedroom Suite SAVE 13.93 1 Only Record Cabinet Reg. 53.88. AA QC NOW All Carpets NOW REDUCED........ wU off Regular Price All Pictures NOW REDUCED the teg. price SAVE 14.95 1 Only Lawn Table and Umbrella .....................25.00 SAVE 1.00-8 Only Dinette Chairs .......................4.88 SAVE 7.95 1 Only Baby Carriage Reg. 39.95. NOW Reg. 5.88. NOW Reg. 49.95. NOW 42.00 All Suit Cases and Brief Cases NOW REDUCED........ VV off Regular Price All Pole Lamps, Swag Lamps, Bed Lamps, Table Lamps NOW REDUCED wU'4U off Regular Prici MACLEOD FAMILY SHOPPING CENTR 426 6th STREET SOUTH OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. J ;