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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TOMATO JUICE CANNED POP ICE TOMATO CATSUP 0PEJ GROUND COFFEE Town House Canada Fancy .48-fl. ex. tin Cragmont Assorted Flavours Reg. and Low Cal. Straight Flavours by the Case of 24 10 fl. oz. tins............... Plus 2c Per Tin Deposit 2 89' A.29 Snow Star Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, NeapoKtan 3 pint ct, Town House 15-fl. oz. btle. Taste Tells Canada Choice 14-fl. oz. tin-.., 3 89 3.89 Safeway All Purpose 1-lb. pkg. I I I Taste Tells Canada Choice Cream Style Corn or Ass'd. Green Peas i4.fl. oz. or for Safeway Marble, Random Cuts Sareway moreie, IWHIHWIH ______. CHEDDAR CHEESE f Off MARKED 0 PRICE .79 00 1 81 JL8T CHICKEN POTATO CHIPS LIGHT BULBS Variety Pack 64-oz. net wt. pkg. Jello Assorted Flavours 3-az. net wt. pkg. OLD DUTCH RYE FLAVOURS 8-8'A or. mt wt. pkg. G.E. tost Buy 15, 25, 40, 100 Watt. Pkg. of 2 Frozen Whole Canada Grade A The Pick of the Flock i i i Speciallb> _j CTPAK tf I tHIm Canada Grad. A toef Ib. ......._. HAMSHnT .IT ORANGES 9 GRAPES -59 PRJCES EFFECTIVE in lethbridge Stores July 6 and 7, 1973 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY FrMay, July t, Ittt TNI U1MMIDOI HBU1D if 'It was Oscar and Sytske Drijber arrive at Toronto Inter- nationa! Airport after six-week investigation into death of their daughter in Zambia. Nineteen-year-old Marion was kilted by Zambian guards at Victoria Falls and Mr. Drijber says he has "absolute proof it was murder." Tests urged for leprosy TORONTO (CP) Medical examinations for immigrants should include tests for leprosy to halt a recent increase of the disease in Canada, Dr. Laszlo Kato, head of the laboratory for leprosy research at Montreal's Institute of Microbiology said in an interview. Seventy new cases of leprosy have been reported in Canada in the last few years, 38 in ffie Metropolitan Toronto area. Dr. Arthur Hudson, a dermatologist at the University of Toronto, said most of the cases were re- cent immigrants. Dr. Kato said there are prob- ably 200 to 300 undetected cases of leprosy in Canada. "It is not yet alarming, but immigrants should at least be checked by a physician tV knows what leprosy he said. Immigrants must undergo a medical examination, but a test for leprosy is not indued. Leprosy is a chronic disease caused by a bacillus and the symptoms are a gradual loss of feeling and blotches on the skin. Conference may alter course of history REGINA (CP) month's western economic op- portunities conference in Cal- gary could alter the course of Canadian history, Justice Minis- ter Otto Lang said Thursday. "Essentially, what we must do, or at least begin to da, in Calgary is to draft up a new na- tional policy for be told a service club. "I can assure you that no ef- fort is bang spared to make this conference produce con- structive results in terms of a new set of policies and pro- grams for the West that in a very practical, immediate and fundamental way will satisfy the aspirations of our region." The original national policy, designed by Sir John A. Macdo- naW, had not been altered sub- stantially since it was in- troduced in 1879. And tins policy was designed primarily to bene- fit Eastern Canada. need a new national pol- icy designed to take into ac- count the legitimate expections and demands of Western Can- ada. We need a new .national policy through which Western Canadians can gain a new sense of enjoying their fair share from the Confederation bargain. "At this stage it's not good enough for us to settle for some patchwork or a paint job or a tune-up." ALL-OUT EFFORT Ottawa was sparing no effort to ensure the federally-sug- gested conference produced constructive results. There would be a thorough exam- ination of the transportation system, proposals for regio- nally-based financial in- stitutions, and discussions about the potentials of the "great northern frontiers" of the four western provinces. "The federal government will come to the Calgary meeting fully informed and fully pre- pared. We don't intend to bluff. We are determined, for our part, that the conference suc- ceed for Western Canada." Referring to report that tot western premiers have a "shop- ping list" of demands to lay be- fore the federal government, Mr. Lang said flie must go beyond this. "We must not continue to treat the symptoms of our dis- content, while ignoring tfaa causes. The symptoms are readily identified and highly visible. Attacking them can be politically advantageous, but of no long-term help." Blair named chairman EDMONTON (CP) Dr. W. R. N. Blair, author of the 1969 report on mental health in Al- berta, has been appointed chairman of the Provincial Mental Health Advisory Coun- cil, it was announced today. The council was established by the 1972 Mental Health Act and will serve in an advisory capacity for planning, develop- ment, standards, coordination and evaluation of mental health services. Alexander Andrekson of Ed- monton will be vice-chairman of the council. Boy drowns on vacation SPEABCTSH, S.D. Efforts to revive a 6-year-old Alberta boy failed after he had been discovered missing at the Spearfish municipal swimming pool. Drowned was Troy David Norton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norton of Sexsnrith, and formerly of Spearfisn. They were at the pool while vacation- ing in the Black Hills. A diet of dust, beef and beans sure gave a man a leathery thirst. And the best way to quench it way-back-then was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. It still is. For nearly half a century we've brewed it slow and easy for honest, old-time flavour. It was his style then, it's your style now. Round up a couple tonightl TMMTIOR YOU CM TASTE ffiOM THE HOUSE OF LETHWUDGl ;