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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .Seturdey, July 2t, If 73 THI ItlHMIDOl HHUUD IS SHOP AND SAVE ON THESE there's MORE to love at For QUALITY, SERVICE AND PRICE SATISFACTION Mon. and Tues., July 30, 31 WE RESERVE THE-RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Centre Village IGA Only! FREE DELIVERY f WE HONOR ALL j COMPETITORS' FOOD COUPONS FLOUR POWDERS No. 1 Enriched PAPER BAGS FRUIT DRINKS 3 5 Aliens, Assorted Flavours.............................. 48-oz. tins %J R BATHROOM TISSUE Cashmere___............................................6 roll pack POTATO CHIPS "one Nalleys....................................9-oz. tri pack pkgs. PINEAPPLE Kon Tiki 19-or. tins ICE TEA MIX 2 i sl NABOB 13-oz. jar ICE CREAM fiQ' Meadow Gold............................................3 pint ctn. W .19 BACON ENDS 2-lb. pkg. FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY ......................1 FROM OUR IN-5TURE BAKERY P1 A FRESH LEMON PIES 55e COCA COLA 1S Si 26 fluid oz. bottles........................................ (Plus Deposit) PEACHES SAUSAGES House takes break OTTAWA (CP) Parliament adjourned belatedly. Friday for a holiday after driv- ing through passage of a bill to help finance the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal. The session started Jan. 4 and lasted more than six months without a mojor break. It con- tinued almost a month beyond the normal summer adjourn- ment as the minority Liberal government sought passage of priority legislation. The recess to Oct. 15 left the controversial capital punish- ment bill still hanging, but un- der terms of an all-party agree- ment, it is to get top priority when the Commons resumes. Debated for 15 days since it was introduced in January, it will renew until the end of 1977 a ban on the death penalty ex- cept for killers of policemen or prison guards. House and Senate both gave last-minute approval to support- ing the Olympic Games through the sale of commemorative stamps and coins as well as a national lottery. ISSUE COINS It will permit a special issue of million worth of and coins between this fall and 1976. Games promoters hope for a million profit. An addi- tional million is expected from the sale of stamps and other postal items. Twenty-seven other bills were passed during 132 sitting days, including one that put off elec- toral redistribution for at least months. Many MPs had com- plained that redistribution, pro- posed by 10 provincial commis- sions, would give urban regions too powerful a voice in Parlia- ment and leave rural voters out in the cold. A bill outlining proposals to control election expenses is still in committee. NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have fewer accidents, fewer home fires. That's why we can in- sure for less. If you're a non-drinker, can you afford not to look into Abstainers' insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 M3UMNCE COMPACT Beware Bruce the Tiger relaxes at a side gate of the Des Moines Children's Zoo af- ter patrojling with zco di- rector Bob Elgin. The zoo had problems with van- dals so last year started a program to use animals to patrol the grounds. Horseback rider killed SPRUCE GROVE (CP) J Christine Anne Asman, 17, of Colwod, B.C., died when she was thrown from a horse and struck by a car near Spruce Grove about 13 miles vest of Edmonton. RCMP said she was riding a companion when an on- coming car frightened her horse, then struck her as she was thrown. LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL GARDEN COMPETITION 1. Commercial 2. under 50 ft. 3. GrounJf ovtr 50 ft. frontage CATEGORIES 4. New 5, Vegetable Garden 7. Unusual ENTRY FORM Enclose if not rmmbtr of Society NAME.............................. ADDRESS................PHONE..... CATEGORIE NO....................... Mail te SECRETARY 726 22nd St. N. July 31 International Harvester SUMMER CLEAR-OUT OF USED TRUCKS! 1969 IHC F1800 Tandem cab and chassis 392, 5 and 4, TDM Summer Clear-Out 7800 1961 IHC BC174 V8, 5 and 2, 16' box and hoist Summer Clear-Out s 3495 1962 IHC DCF405 Tandem tractor 250 Cummins, 4x4 Summer Clear-Out 1969 FORD 250 4 wheel drive, duals, V8 Summer Clear-Out S 3150 1973 IHC TON 6 cylinder, 4 transmission. Summer Clear-Out 1959 PONTIAC STN. WAGON 8000 miles on rebuilt engine. Auto., radio. Summer Clear-Out 1969 !HC '2 TON Pickup 304, automatic Summer Clear-Out 51845 1966 IHC C01800 Cab and chassis, 345, 5 and 2, 150 inch cab to axle Summer Clear-Out............ 2500 1963 F1800 345 engine, 5 and 4 transmission Summer Clear-Out 51500 1969 CMC 920 TON 292, 6 4 speed Summer Clear-Out '1600 International Harvester SALES AND SERVICE 304 STAFFORD DRIVE PHONE 327-3125 ;