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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bright and beautiful, loaded with goodness. Summer's most luscious fruits and tender, flavorful vegetables are here in bountiful assortment. They were gathered from the best growing areas across the land. Come select your family's favorites. Choose, too, from this week's money-saving PRICES EFFECTIVE specials on Safeway meats and famous-brand foods. in Lethbrldgt Our money-back guarantee is your assurance that 22 23 everything you buy at Safewav will please. SAFEWAY BING CHERRIES WASHINGTON, FRESH CANADA NO. 1 GRADE SPECIAL B 99 SPECIAL Good Eating PEACHES CALIFORNIA, FRESH CANADA NO. I GRADE SPECIAL 2189 FRESH BEANS GEM POTATOES WASHED CANADA NO. 2 20 Ib. bag SPECIAL ea.............. POLLY ANN WHITE or BROWN SLICED ......20 of. net wt. loaf 5 TASTE TELLS 14 fl. oz. tins GROUND COFFEE BREAD DOUG EDWARDS, Regular, Fine or Eiee. Pert. Grind Vac Packed BEL AIR, FROZEN, WHITE Pkg. of 2 1 Ib. loaves CREAM SNOW STAR 4 flavours to choose from...... LUCERNE Creamed Large Small Curd or 2% M.F....................... 12 ox. net wt. tub COTTAGE CHEESE CON CARNE TASTE TELIS Hot or mild 14 oz .net wt. tin BATH. TISSU BROCADE 3 Colors 600 1 ply 4 roll pkg. MAC CHEESE SWEET RELISH DETERGENT CATELLI DINNER oz. net wt. pkgs. HEINZ ALSO HOT DOG OR HAMBURGER RELISH 12 f I. oz. jars TIDE, POWDERED KING SIZE..............5 Ib. net wt. pkg. 2.59' 95' 2J9' 7 3J 1 .00 .79 SAFEWAY IN LETHBRIDGE WILL HONOR ALL COMPETITORS COU PONS ROUND STEAK SHOULDER ROAST FRYING CHICKEN PIECE BACON CANADA GRADE A BEEF CHUCK or ROUND BONE Canada Grade A Beef Ib. MANOR HOUSE FROZEN, WHOLE, Canada Grade A Ib. WASCANA BRAND SIDE........Ib. 4.28 69 59' 79' We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. C A N AD Friday, tt, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Alaskan pipeline fight warms up By PAUL WHTTELAW Herald Washington Bureau WASHINGTON One of the liveliest Senate debates of the year is shaping up here as con- press prepares to tackle con- roversial legislation which could give a green once again of the Alaskan pipeline. The long-awaited fight be- jween supporters of the pipe- line, and opponents who would prefer an alternative route down the MacKenzie Valley hrough Canada, is expected to ake place on the floor of the Senate next week. Battle linss were drawn resterday as Senator Walter Mondale of Minnesota in- troduced a bill that would delay a decision by Congress for 14 months. It would authorize ne- gotiations with Canada during Unexpected kiss Avery Brundage, former president of the International Olympic looks a bit surprised as he gets un- expected kiss from his new wife Mariana Princess Reuss during their wedding ceremony in Garmich-Partenkir- ehen, Germany. MOTORISTS LINE UP EARLY FOR GASOLINE OAK BLUFFS, Mass. (AP) People on this summer vacation island off Cape Cod worry about the gasoline shortage, which has been more critical here than in many other parts of the East. The worry prompts them to line up early in the morning at gas pumps to be sure they get the fuel they need. And that, in turn, is forcing the island's nine service sta- tions to close their pumps ear- lier each day. Nelson DeBettencourt, oper- ator of a Mobil station, said he had to close his pumps at 11 a.m. today. "We get only so much gas a DeBettencourt said "and we have decided to break up that into a daily quota we pump "When we reach that quota for the day, we close the pumps. Otherwise, we might run out before the end of the week and have to close for Fri day or Saturday." DeBettencourt said his station pumps gallons of gas that time to determine the feasibility of a route from Alaska through Canada to the mid-western United States. Senator Mondale, and 16 co- sponsors including senators Wil- liam Proxmire, Edmund Mus- kie and Edward Kennedy, are hoping to muster enough sup- port to defeat legislation, spon- sored by Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson of Washington State, which would give a go ahead to construction of the Alaskan pipeline. The Jackson bill, backed by President Nixon, would bypass a U.S. law which limits the access route on both sides of the proposed trans- Alaska pipeline to 54 feet. National security and an eas- ing of the critical gasoline shortage in the U.S. are cited by the president as urgent rea- sons for passing the Jackson bill. OPEN HOUSE AT 2019-19th Ave. South 3 bedroom split entry Boychuk Model No. 330 VA baths lower level easily developed. Price Down 9% Mortgage Payments P-l. OPEN HOUSE HOURS Sat. 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sun. 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. this new quality home by BOYCHUK CONSTRUCTION As well as others In same area nearing completion. Courteous sales personnel in attendance from RELIANCE AGENCIES EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS Office Phone 328-9216 Elizabeth DeArmond 328-3673 June Williams 328-2566 MOLSON CANAD1A ;