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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Scplembor 26, 1971 AND MOO TO YOU TOO-ll's how now spoiled cow as a wide angle lens peers al ihis lovely specimen recently on Ihe Stratford Fall Fair. QUEBEC (CP) The Cana- dian Chamber of Commerce adopled policy statements Mon- day firmly supporting heavy re- liance on trade with the Uni- ted States and urging greater support for natural resource development. Delegates to the chamber's annual meeting endorsed Uvo resolutions on natural resource development, one of which sug- gested that the mir.ing indus- try be promoted without refer- ence to (lie possibility that de- velopment capital might be bet- ter used in industries creating more jobs. However, a general resolu- tion on natural resources said growth for export .should be promoted but potential ef- fects of such action on other more labor-intensive Canadian industries" should be consider- ed. WANT PARKS SAVED Other resolutions passed pro- posed that: upon wilder- ness sreas in national parks and recreation aicas .should be stopped a n d communication corridors be created for all fa- cilities along existing routes: TODAY this Tecomaster 10" radial arm saw is 329.28. Thursday at Ealon's i, will b, I post office be made a corporation: I Canadian and U.S. gov- ernments establish a network of navigational aids along the We.st Coast and maintain equip- i nic-nt Jo clean up oil spills; federal government re- l view its decision to reduce the strength of the Armed Forces and consider an increase in de- fence spending; and, price of wheat be based on a figure directly related lo changing cost indexes. BACK FI1EE TRADE Anotlier resolution of agricul- ture said free interprovincia] trade is essential to the welfare of the economy, an apparent statement of support for disal- lowing provincial legislation of the type which restricted trade in chickens and eggs. Two resolutions on political parlies said campaign contribu- tions should be tar; exempt and parties should be required to file financial statements with the department of national rev- enue. Another resolution approved j by the busi- i nessmen's organization expand- ed its statement of support for j the federal prices and incomes commission. The new language j backed the commission's ''ef- forts to complete its work on contingency plans for dealing with the possibility of future j outbreaks of serious inflation. Delegates adopted a state-i ment saying citizens should have the right of judicial re- view of decisions made by gov- ernment agencies. This refer- red lo legislation empowering government agencies to set regulations dealing with busi- ness activities. li's No. 415 in D lolcil oF 600 outstanding first-day buys in EATON'S Thursday, Sept. 30 to Saturday, Oct. 1 Look for nil 600 first- do- offerings in Inn 18- pa go flior deliver- ed to your home in Wcdnctday'i pcipor, New jobless program i 111 JD.L. VICTORIA (CP) Municipal Affairs Minisler Dan Campbell lias announced guidelines for the province's 50-pcr-cer.t wage subsidy for welfare recipients who find jobs. Mr. Campbell, wlio chairs a cabinet committee responsible for administering Ihe program, said the program covers any- one who is unemployed, has been a resident of British Co- lumbia for a year and receiv- ing welfare for three months or longer. Those eligible rill rrrave "certificates of opportunity" from welfare offices. Oilier details renounced by I Mr. Campbell: I The government will reim- burse half Ihe wages or sala- ries including fringe benefit costs to employers who pro- vide jobs between Nov. 1, 1971, and April 30, 1Q72. There will be a "minimal certification procedure" with n minimum of red tape. Prevailing wage rale for the job involved must be paid, Jobs that qualify under Ihe program must be new, not. jobs lhat were already available but unfilled. S TO MOSCOW CAII10 (AP) -President Anwar Sadat will visit Moscow by mid-Oclobor al Ihe invitalion of the Kremlin Irndership, it was announced officially here. I EATON'S Limited Quantity Wednesday Morning WOMEN'S GOWNS. Stock up now on Ihese luxurious ripple nylon full lenglh gowns. Featuring small cap sleeve in popular colours of Pink und Aqua. QO Sizes: Small, Medium, Large. SPECIAL Lingerie, Main Floor FUN FUR JACKET. Ee prepared for the winter manlhs in one of these smarlly sly led double breasted fun fur jackets of orlon pile. Featuring full lenglh sleeve and rayon satin lin- ing. Colours oF Black and Brown. QQ DRISTAN DECONGE5TANT CAPSULES. A decongeslant 1o help res I ore free breathing by reducing I he swollen nasal mem- branes. An outslanding value for this event. S3Q Package of 10 capsules. SPECIAL................ BRECK BASIC CONDITIONER. An afier-shampoo lexlurizer lhal makes hair look and feel beautiful. Contains protein forti- fiers to give new body 40-oz. size. SPECIAL and control. 1.69 8 20. SPECIAL Fur Department, Main Floor WOMEN'S SWEATERS. An outslanding volue in orlon pullover and cardigan sweaters lo see you ihrough the winter months. Pullovers fealure turtle neck and full fashioned long sleeves. Long sleeve cardigans sport the popular cable front. Sizes: Small, Medium and Large. Colours: Navy, While, Gold, Lilac. PULLOVERS. SPECIAL CARDIGANS. SPECIAL 4.99 5.99 Sporfwear, Main Floor TEENS' CLOTHING CLEARANCE Half-Price. Regular 5.00 lo 39.99. Bo sure to be prompt for ihis exciting clothing special for Teens. Included in ihe group are dresses, sweaters, shirts and slims. Sizes: 8 lo 1 4x collective- p XQ flQ and Boslon colours. SPECIAL fciHrJJ CURLING BROOM. Little Beaver Lighl and medium weights. The Slapper broom. SPECIAL............ LONG RIFLE AMMUNITION. Regular 1.J5. 22 Imperial for all standard single shot and repealing rifles and revolvers chambered for long rifle car (ridges QO SPECIAL .GO Sporting Goods, Lowor Floor EATON'S Trans Canada Starts Thursday Continues Through EATON'S GREAT TRANS-CANADA SALE IS JUST PACKED WITH SAVINGS Values Galore in Every Department of the Store WATCH THE 18-PAGE TRANS-CANADA SALE FLYER IN WEDNESDAY'S PAPER ONLY THROUGH THE VAST RESOURCES OF EATON'S CAN WE BRING YOU SUCH VALUES! Please Note Eaton's swichboard will open a? p.m. Thursday for your convenience for telephoning orders. Buy Line 328-8811 for advertised flyer items. Plan to share in the saving in this Great Trans Canada Sale. Shop Eaton's Wednesday 9 a.m. to Noon, Thursday and Friday from 9 'til 9. ;