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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March THE LETHSRIOOE HERALD 19 Dateline Alberta idians plan protests :DMONTON .-Canada border this year wotest alleged violation by lada of a treaty signed by h nations. 'ernon Bellecourt told a vs conference the Canadian government is not honoring the Jay treaty, signed in 1794, that gave Indians from both nations duty-free border access. Mr. Bellecourt said simultaneous demonstrations will be staged along the border. No date has been set, but he said the protest will take place within three months. eteran barred by Legion 2DMONTON (CP) An shman from St. John's d., is angry because he has ;n barred from joining an monton branch of the yal Canadian Legion, iabe Kayanagh, a 10-year eran with the Canadian ned forces, said he was denied the right to join the Norwood branch of the Legion because he is not Ukrainian. He quoted a representative of the branch as saying there is a similar situation in Winnipeg, where a branch of the Legion restricts its membership to Poles. rooks contract let EDMONTON (CP) W. 0. ickus, Minister of Public orks, announced Thursday at a contract for novations to existing facilities, alterations to staff houses, at the horticultural research centre in Brooks, had been awarded to Eric R. French and Son Ltd., of Calgary for worth EDMONTON (CP) :MP officials Thursday iced a street value of i one pound of sthamphetamine that a man legedly tried to pick up veral blocks west of the 'wntown area of the city. Barry Wayne Zane, 22, of Edmonton, was released on his own recognizance when he appeared in provincial court on a charge of possessing a controlled drug for the purpose of trafficking. own demands gov't aid FORT McMURRAY (CP) A telegram with more than 0 names and a demand for ovincial assistance to help is town handle an expected om due to the Athabasca Oil nds development was sent Premier Peter Lougheed ter a town meeting. The town already has a per- pita debt of and is zing a million sewer, ater and recreation expenditure to cope with the expected growth due to development of the oil sands, the town administration told the meeting. An estimated homes will be built in the next four years. The board of administrators told the meeting Premier Lougheed turned down a request for a meeting tc discuss the community's future. algary puts in bid :ALGARY ECIAL FRENCH FRIES Bel Air Frozen Regular Cut 4 lb. bag ...............................SPECIAL %F %r SAFEWAY BRANDS SALE! TOWN HOUSE SOUP Condensed Chicken Noodle, Vegetable Beef, Chicken Rice 10 fl. oz. tin SPECIAL ICECREAM Snow Star Assorted Flavours SPECIAL FRESH BREAD Prity AM WMi ir ftmn Stut 20lZ.MtWl.lMl ORANGE JUICE Tin NMM SWM! IT NMaral Pan ftw til SPECIAL 8PECUL S FACIAL TISSUE LIQUID BLEACH S TOMATO JUICE Rfef JELLY POWDERS EaerMsAssKtdFlnMn3iz.Mtwt.Mi...........SPECIAL MM W R MM S GROUND COFFEE 19 SKCUL 2 SODA CRACKERS 7Q( ftinlinrilsiiirssnsl.2lk.iki................................ V ..........SPECULM. FINEST MEATS FROZEN TURKEYS FRESH PRODUCE Canada Grade Utility OovT Inspected NAVEL ORANGES SPECIAL 7LB.BA6 1 49 Serving STANDING RIB 1 38 Ik aE ORK ROAST WIENERS 7Qc wMaB PJpMT M Mel I Ik. VK Hk S1BJ. M. ORK CHOPS 109 JL HEAD LETTUCE all f MSM m.1 .................................ell S %r .C. APPLES TOMATOES .1 CELERY CANADA SAFEWAV LIMITED Copyriarrtl ;