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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, 4, 1974 Bangladesh warned about smuggling Canada threatens to cut food aid The best to you from Palm. Sour Cream. PHLM PALM DAIRIES LIMITED Fast reaction A grade three student reacts quickly to a question by Alberta Lieu- tenarit-Governor Ralph Steinhauer at Cromdale school in Edmonton. The lieutenant-governor help- ed create the reaction during a lecture on early Alberta history. By STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment of Bangladesh has received a veiled warning that future Canadian food aid could be reduced if there are not effective measures to cope with food smuggling, in- formed sources said Tuesday. The sources say warnings stopped short of threatening to reduce aid but the implica- tion is clearly contained in ex- pressions of concern over the situation. They add that Bangladesh, at million the largest recipient of Canadian food aid this fiscal year, is well aware of the situation and is concerned about it. Bangladesh apparently has given assurances that measures are being taken to stop locally-grown rice being shipped south to India by siuugolltre s while millions of dollars in food aid comes in to help feed the starving millions. Spokesmen for the external affairs department and the.. Canadian International Development Agency aid agen- to confirm that a warning has been sent. But they say there are con- sultations involving Bangladesh officials in Dacca on an effective distribution system to ensure food aid gets to those who need it. Under the present system grain goes from ship to storage to government sub- sidized ration stores. Holders of ration cards acquire grain at the stores. Officials here say there is no evidence that Canadian grain is being smuggled. Sources add that Bangladesh is showing far more concern than Canada about smuggling and about the need for an effective distribution system. The country has outlined some measures to stop smuggling, including increas- ed border patrols. Canada has made clear that the effectiveness of these measures could affect future food aid decisions. Canada already has shipped million in wheat and wheat products to Bangladesh. An- other million in wheat and million in rape seed is en Two returned to Lethbridge BURNABY, B.C (CP) Two Edmonton men, arrested here Nov. 26 by RCMP with drawn revolvers, were re- committed to Lethbridge, Correctional Institution by'Burnaby provincial court order. David Mclnroy, 26, Douglas Elder, 23, and a third man, Howard Mclnroy, 25, also of Edmonton, were arrested after police chased their car when it made an illegal left- hand turn. BEIIEE C FOOD VALUES PRICES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES C Bananas ss 349 Oranges Carrots sr 2i39c Mandarins Onions S C FROZEN FOODS RUPERT BRAND BREADtD FANTAIL 8 oz. net wt...... MCCAINS FRUIT PIE 8 INCH 24 oz. net wt. Apple Pie Fruit Pie MCCAINS CHERRY or BLUEBERRY 24 oz. net wt. AUNT HANNAS 5 Ib. net wt. Bread Dough j[ 05 DAIRY COUNTER PILLSBURY ONION OR CRESCENT 8 oz. net wt Dinner Rolls Cheddar Cheese 59C KRAFT SHREDDED SWISS or SHARP 4 oz. net wt...... 09 GRADEA 10-16 Ib. average-----Ib. CANADA GRADE A BEEF Chuck Round Bone......Ib. CANADA GRADE A BEEF Prime Rib Roast Ib. Cross Rib Roast J29 Canada Grade A Beef Lb Fresh Hourly Lb. Bologna Midget Ib Each 29 12 01 net wt. Ground Beef Party Sticks C LARKS WHOLE 12 fl. oz. tins FAB POWDERED 5lb. nat wt. scon VIVA 2 roll pickiga ,C HARVEST Cherries York Fancy Polski Ogorki Heinz Pickles Koshir Dill or Braid Butler. 32 fl.oz. Catelli Sauce Spighilti Mat or Mushroom. 14 fl. oz. Pancake Mix Awt Jtmiini Conalata. 32 oz. nat wt. Pancake Svrup Aunt iMiimi. 3f fl. oz Squeeze-a-Snack KnftMU.Soz................. Cake Mix Dmctn HiNS Angal. 14 02. nat wt. Quaker Oatmeal Ratdy to sanrc flavor vtr. 11 oz. nat wt. 79' 89' 69' 99' 85' Sandwich Bags jjQc 'III 89' 89' Seen N Shine 159 59' Bleach Foil Alcu. roll AirFreshner Sun Country. 3 vtrlatlM. 8 fl. oz SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT OROCER MIHALIK'S TRY OUR MEATS Finaat Quality Meats Cut to Your 64213th Street North Phone 328-5742 Cl'y Delivery On Large STORE HOU3S, Tuesday, WocJnsBdBy find Setu'dgy 9 a.m. to 8 p m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. route or will be shipped. Additionally, up to another million in food aid has been pledged for the remainder of the fiscal year that ends March 31. That makes Bangladesh far and away the major recipient of Canadian food aid. At the same time there are discussions with the agriculture department and the wheat board of availabili- ty of supply, although there appears no question that there is enough grain to satisfy CIDA needs. A CIDA official said Tues- day that the additional to not come from the million that External Affairs Minister Allan MacEachen announced at the Rome conference could be available for food aid this year. The official had said earlier in the day that the money would come from that mil- lion but later said he was in- correct The million was to be above the million Canada already is. providing in grain. Spending of that money is under study within CIDA. Of- ficials say they are consider- ing such things as areas of need, response from other food donating countries. .HOUSE OF College Mall Phone WILL BE OPEN! Wed., Dec. 4th Till p.m. "Come In and See Our Many Christmas Specials" Pre-Pasted Vinyl- Coated, Scrubbable WALLPAPER Good quality wallcoverings in a wide selection of stock pat- terns colours Stain-resistant scrubbable to look great for years In stock rolls only. DOUBLE ROLL mum PAINTS EXCELLENT QUALITY FIESTA PAINTS Our most popular paint1 Choose fiO-n a full line of premium finishes to protect beaut.fy >our home for years Up to 1300 colours Stock up now while the once is low Interior Latex For walls ceilings through- out your home Reg. Wooico Prices 9.99 gal.; 2.99 qi. Qt. 2.49 Alkyd or Laiex Semi-Gloss For interior walls, ceilings and woodworks Regular Wooico Prices 11.97, 12.97 Gal. 3.49-3.69 Qt. Qt. Floor Enamels Choose Alkyd or Latex. Regular Wooico Pricae 12.97 ml.: 3.69 qt. Spray Enamel Gal. Gal. 2.99 Gal. Choose from a wide selection of colours including Metallics Mod shades Fluorescents Our special low prioe makes these large 14-oz cans of quality Enamel an exceptional ofer Buy several now 14-oz. can Tinting bases are slightly underfilled to allow for colourant REEVES ART SUPPLIES The artist on your gift list, whether a beginner or a pro, wii' appreciate excellent quality art supplies by Reeves. Wooico has a great selection of Canvas boards, Oil paints, Acrylics, Water colours, brushes, sketch pads easels, all at our everyday low prices Shop Woolco's Paint Wallcovering Department for all your art supply needs. Right now we are featuring Reeves No 700 Oil No. 800 Acrylic painting sets at the specal price of 7.98 each. Craft Mastei The perfect answer to gift-buying problems. With Craft Master's huge selection of paint-by-number sets complete range of subjects, you can find a set to please anyone on your list. From the "Gallery I" series up to the beautiful "Super Craft Master" set, you'll find our everyday low prices offer excellent value for Christmas giving. Shop our Paint and Wallcovering De- partment for a great selection at reasonable prices. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drlva Monday, Tuaaday ft Wadnaaday Thursday Friday a.m. to p.m. DEPARTMENT STORES Saturday a.m. to p.m. WE THE RIChT TO LIMiT QUANTITIES SfflSMCTUN GIMMNttED ;