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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 44 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 26, 1974 llf-A MTCTl WAIN 1 Lu ev ACT MATIOMAi ACT; New flyer distributed This is a copy of the new flyer distributed by the FBI on missing newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst and William and Emily Harris Miss Hearst is charged with bank robbery in San Francisco and federal firearms violations in Los Angeles The Harrises are wanted on charges of gun violations Producers get extra gas money Herald Ottawa Bureau O'iTAWA The federal government plans to introduce legislation during the up- coming session of Parliament, to ensure that all of the es- timated a year in additional revenues from an announced higher export price for Canadian natural gas is distributed to domestic gas producers, according to government sources The price hike, effective Jan 1 and averaging about 60 percent, is designed as a first of a number of large steps towards eventually bringing Canadian natural gas prices in the U S market to a level competitive with world oil prices The fact that all of the extra revenues will go to domestic gas producers, instead of the domestic pipeline companies handling the exports, is ex- tended to provide Canada's gas companies with additional financial incentive to explore for and find new gas resources for future domestic use, government experts explained Monday The new legislation will be needed to give Ottawa the power to direct exporters to give gas producers the extra revenues from the higher ex- port price The legislation will be added to the already bulky omnibus oil bill that died during the last Parliament and that will be remtroduced in the upcom- ing session, to make legal the various federal activities associated with the crude oil and refined product export charge and associated with the eastern Canadian crude oil import subsidy program Thert once was a fei'ow ramed F'asr Who let' nis camp in a dasn His campfiro burned on Til f o fojest was CK n _ lA' rlcTSh lo LANDS AND FORESTS Thinking about tomorrow today Sears pillow I _ QPj IO Buy one pillow, et its twin or only more Waterfowl feather pillows a-So much softness and comfort' Plump, 100% water- fowl-filled feather pillows for medium head support. Feather-proof cover with a subtle pnnt. Corded edges help retain shape and give extra strength Finished size 19x25" 96R 043 264. 99 99 each Std 19x25" Down and waterfowl b-Rayon satin brocade cover. Medium- soft support. Down-proof interlining. Corded edges. 96R 043 150 series. c-Queen 20 x 29" ea. 99 std 20 x 26" ea. Down and waterfowl d-Zippered Perma-Prest cover Cord edges. Medium-soft support Down- proof lining 96R 043 251 series e-Queen 20 x 29" ea 99 std 20 x 26" 99 ea Waterfowl and chicken f-Feather Mend in assorted feather- proof tickings Medium head support. Corded edges to help retain pillow shape. 96R 043 267. Non-allergenic foam g-Singte-piece latex construction prevents sagging. Zippered pnnt cover. 96R 043 162 senes. std. 19x25" 99 ea 99 std. 19x25" ea 100% polyester-filled k-Pnnt cotton cover Machine wash- and-dry Non-altergentc, moth and mildew-proof. 96R 043 195 senes m-Queen 20x29 S1099ea, 2SS12.99 std Shop by phone call 328-9231 Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Enjoy n Use your AH Purpose Accourrt A) Simpsons-Sears you gcA the fines) guarantee or moowy rafimdM. -Simpsons-Sears Ltd Store Hours Open DaiJy 9 30 a m Jo 5 30 p m Thursday and Frjday 930am Jo900pm Centre Village Mai) Telephone 328-9231 ;