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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SHOP AND SAVE ON THESE TONITE and SATURDAY July 27th and 28th THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ON1V AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA LETHBRIDGE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FREE DELIVERY WE HONOR ALL COMPETITORS' FOOD COUPONS TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A ROAST VEGETABLE SOUP Aylmer............................................. 10 fl. oz. tin W JL FRENCH FRIES Carnation Crinkle Cut.......__________________........ 2 Ib. pkg. mM R JL CREAM PIES FRESH BAKED COCONUT or BANANA...............- -...........Each ROUND STEAK Tablerite Canada Grade A Steer Beef Full Slice..................... Ib. SHOULDER STEAKS Tablerite Lite Pork................______.. Ib. PORK ROASTS QQe Tablerite Lite Boneless Boston Butt..................................Ib. W V TOMATOES Canada No. 1 Vine Ripened APRICOTS Canada No. 1 B.C. CHERRIES Last Call! Canada No. 1 B.C............................. Case 8 Trudeau going to China CALGARY (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau is to arrive in Peking Oct. 10 for five days of talks with Chinese officials and travel in China, it was. an- nounced Thursday. In a statement distributed at the conference on western eco- nomic opportunities, Mr. Trudeau said the visit is to be "a snort and businesslike trip with and commerce fore- most in our minds." The agenda calls for Urn to leave Canada the evening of Oct. 8, arrive in Peking Oct. 10, hold talks with Premier Chou En-lai on the 10th, llth and 12th, travel outside Peking dur- ing the next two days, hold more talks with Premier Chou on the ISO, leave Peking on the 16th and arrive in Ottawa Oct. 18. There was no indication of whether Mr. .Trudeau would meet Chairman Mao Tse-tung or of what places outside Pe- king Mr. Trudeau would visit. No agenda was given for the talks with Premier Chou, but the purpose of the trip was stated to be reinforcing and consolidating the "groundwork" laid by the previous visits of former industry minister Jean- Luc Pepin, External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp and Energy Minister Donald Macdo- nald. Mr. Trudeau said increased trading with Pacific rim coun- tries would benefit all Canada but "we believe that Gas in- itiative will be of particular in- terest to the since its ex- ports outside North America go mainly to Pacific rim countries. MR. TRUDEAU Friday, July 27, 1971 THE ItTMBMDOI HBU10 11 New banking plan to be introduced VANCOUVER (CP) The Bank of British Columbia will introduce a personal banking account starting Aug. l that will cover most banking services, including unlimited cheque writ- ing, for a flat fee of a month. In a news release distributed Thursday, the bank said that its new Western Account will pro- vide an individual "with every banking service be'is likely to need" for the fee, eliminat- ing separate charges now paid for various bank transactions. In addition to being able to write as many cheques as re- quired to carry out banking needs, the monthly fee also will allow the account bolder to purchase travellers cheques, BIG INDUSTRY There are more Canadians employed in the manufacturing industry than in. fanning, fish- ing, forestry, mining and con- struction combined. Robin slaughter hassle develops New York Times Service WASHINGTON A national conservation organization has issued a "conservation alert" warning that as many as 000 robins may be slaughtered by Canadian blueberry growers this summer if "kill permits" are granted by the Canadian de- partment of environment. The Fund for Animals, Inc., is relying primarily on massing public opinion in the United States to head off any killing of the migratory songbirds. Lewis Regenstein, executive vice president of the fund, hajs urged Americans to take their opposition to Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau and Envirop- ment Minister Jack Davis. A separate wildlife preservation group in Canada is co-ordinat- ing opposition there. CROP AT STAKE At issue is the Canadian gov- ernment's interest in preserv- ing the New Brunswick blue- berry crop, which has been preyed upon since widespread pesticide spraying eliminated other sources of food. According to a spokesman in the Canadian embassy here, the congregation of robins in the province is a "unique" pro- blem that has perplexed, grow- ers and Canadian officials. On the other environ- mentalists, Regenstein said, are "not backing their opposi- tion on die threat of extinc- tion, but on the fact that the robins are beauiful birds which are being destroyed. Nonetheless, Regenstein said that "there is no doubt that when you are carrying out a massive slaughter of a North American songbird, it cannot help but have an effect on their species." Canadian officials have den- ied that the killing dangerous- ly depletes the number of rob- ins in existence. A spokesman for the Canadian Wildlife Ser- vice in Ottawa said the govern- ment "wouldn't dream of issu- ing permits if we believed the robins would be endangered in any way. Canadian dollar money and drafts witbwit addiffinal charge and to have the UN of a safety deposit box. No minimum deposit wffl required, .but the bank said Western Account customers will receive four-per-cent interest on their minimum quarterly bal- ances provided they are or greater. The new banking also will allow customers to ob- tain a special low interest ratt on personal installment based on three-quarters of one per cent below the bank's best consumer loan rate. The package also contains an overdraft protection feature, un- der which cheques will be auto- matically covered up to a limit to be arranged at the time the account is opened. Fast moves to Saskatoon SASKATOON (CP) The appointment of Dr. Raymond Fast as education director was announced by the city's public board of education; WHY WIVES CHEAT ON THEIR HUSBANDS "One in four wives commftt adultery at least once in her life." Thai's the estimate of psychiatrist, Dr. David. Reuben, writing in the Au- gust issue of Reader's Digest Some wives are tempted Others get the urge after or or even during middle age. Dr. Reuben ___f _ n jl. a explains exatmneB tne> __jtler aspects of fenrinmo infidejity and shows bands how to stop it before it gets started. Be sure to read WHY Wivirf CHEAT OK XHBK HDSBANDS One Of 33 Blfr cles and features in the gust Reader's Digest. Ekkup your copy today! PEARS SALAD Canada No. 1 California DRESSING 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 ft slow and easy for honest, old-time flavour. It was his style then, it's your style now. Round up a couple tonightl TTUDmOH YOU CAN TASTl.FBOM THE HOUSE OF tETHBRfDCE ;