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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 10, 1973 EATON'S Fresh. New. Colorful. Towels, sheets, cases and blankets in Summer's brightest shades and patterns! Linens and bedding you need and for Summer wed- ding gifts and showers! Rich sheared terry in "Elegant" styie! to EACH Add a touch of elegance to your bathroom with thick sheared cotton terry sets! Dainty floral motif in pink, blue or yellow on white. Finished with fringe. Bath 24 x Each 3.98 Hand Towel 16 x Each..... 2.38 Facecloth Each Discover a rainbow of Summer colors in rich "WedgewooeT ferry sets 10 to EACH Discover a rainbow of bright cheerful Summer indigo, forsythia, olive, orchid and purple in rich cotton terry! Just think of all the colorful decorative ways you cotld dress up your bathroom! And a little cost, too! All solid shades. All finished with hemmed ends and dobby border. Bath towel EACH 3.19, hand towel EACH 1.59, washcloth EACH 79c. Feather pillows in bclckchr stripes 4.99 Fine quality. Great looks. And hour after hour of peaceful sleep. That's what you'll get with these chicken and water fowl feather filled pillows! Floral striae In pink or blue. 19 x Haddon Hail Deluxe Al! Goose Down Filled Pillows Standard Size, 20" x Each------ Queen Size, 20" x Each Research Seal of Approval. Jacquard chromespun bro- cade cover interlined with fine downproof natural cotton. 15.99 19.99 Fortre! pillows in decorative florals! 3.49 to 7.48 Each Carefree. Comfortable. And so low priced, too! A great ccm- bination for a Fortrel-fill pillow for Summer! Allergy "Sanitized" fresh filling! Sizes 18 x Each......................3.49 20 x Each 4.48 2T x Each 4.49 21 x Each.............. .......9.43 C. T. Luxury Weave Service Qualify Sheets and Cases 5.49 5.99 7.49 2.99 Siie 72 x 100" 39 x Each Size 81 x 100" 54 x Each Size 90 x 110" 60 x Each Pillow Cases, size 42 x Pair Carefree bedspread loaded with style! 12.76ond 14.36 Each Features easy-care wear in acrylic and nylon, great looks with rounded corners and permatron finish, plus no-run care. Cross-dyed in green, gold, rust, blue, fuschia, red, orange. 78 x Each.....................12.76 90 x Each.....................14.36 Great selection of contour-fit sizes! 7.98 11 .58 Each Great selection. Low prices. Get all this plus quality in these bleached cotton pads with ?ortrel" fibre filling! Features elasticized ends, nylon stitching All by Haddon Hall. Sizes: 39 x Each 7.98 48 x Each 8.03 54 x Each 9.58 60 x Each 11.58 C.T. Shop Edton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday 9 'Til BUY LINE 328-8811. Use Your Eaton Come True Card For Convenient Shopping. Off and running Governor-General Roland Michener sets the pace as he leads 34 children from the University of Toronto Institute cf Child Studies in a jogging session on the grounds of Government House in Ottawa. The kids on fl visit to the capital. Cover all member needs ECM warned of energy policy need BRUSSELS (CP) A warn- ing about the danger of the lights literally going cut in Eu- rope for sheer want of electrical power may serve to instil a re- newed sense of urgency within the Common Market about the need for a co-ordinated policy on energy covering all member states. The gnm forecast from the European parliament's energy committee follows President Nixon's recent steps to ease the shortage of petroleum in the United States and coincides with a new outbreak of trouble in the oil-rich Middle East. The latter development, this time pitting Arab against Arab in the Lebanon, again demon- strates the chronic instability affecting much of the area from which the West derives vast quantities of its oil. At the same time, bargaining about the new price to be paid to oil-producing countries by the western firms which actually are extracting the precious fluid and conveying it to the West has been dragging painfully. APPROVAL NEEDED In Western Europe, there can be no co-ordinated energy pol- icy unless the council of minis- in approving recommended courses of action for the Common such moves its blessing. The council will meet later this month on the energy issue. Workshop grants EDMONTON (CP) Grants totalling to sheltered workshops in Lloydminster and Grande Prairie were announced today by Neil Crawford, minis- tear of health and social devel- opment. Both workshops serve mentally handicapped trainees of 18 years and older. The parliamentary committee has called for more than one meeting of the council to ap-' prove proposals for increasing energy supplies to the commu- nity and developing new sources. One commentator in Brussels has urged that the market adopt a common policy for par- ticipating in exploitation of the oil resources of the Arctic and northern Canada. But under existing Common Market rules the question of collaboration will likely be left to the firms themselves, osten- sibly acting in accordance with the exigencies of commercial competition. In any event, if the parlia- mentary committee's fore- bodings are an indication of general feeling, a main Eu- ropean preoccupation may be with ways of effectively using oil resources closer to home in helping to fill the Community's future energy needs. SEA DECISIVE This means the North Sea. And the major worry as far as that area is concerned is that excessive quantities of the oil produced there may be siph- oned off to countries outside the Ccmmon Market. What advocates of a co-ordi- nated community energy pro- gram want in this connection is a harmonizing of the way vari- ous market stales along the North Sea grant concessions to exploiting ulti- mate aim being to ensure ap- propriate supplies for the nine- country community. But the Middle East and Af- rica are certain to remain nec- essary and major sources for West European petroleum needs, which by 1985 may rise to an annual rate of 1.4 billion tons compared with the present 685 million. Such figures readily explain why, along with advocacy of such steps as a community-wide co-ordination of stockpiling pol- icies, there now is much em- phasis being placed on the idea of governments instead of pri- vate companies representing the interests of the great con- suming countries in their deal- ings with the producing states. LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 Presents 'REUGiOUS ATTITUDES OF YOUTH' (Based on Doctoral Thesis Research done in Calgary) Speaker: Father Ray Currie Department of Sociology University of Manitoba P.M. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 LECTURE THEATRE CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Green's Pop 544 13th Street North Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. POP FOR AS LOW AS 12V4c A BOTTLE This Week's Speeidls GENOA SALAMI 1-75 Ib. NALLEYS TRi-PAC POTATO CHIPS A Corner Store With Supermarket Prices FEATHE1S DISTILLED, AGED AND BOTTLED IN BOND UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT Three Feathers, The light fantastic, What improves the light, gentle taste of a four year old whisky? Blending it with the mellow smoothness of an eight year old. And only Three Feathers does it. Sip the light fantastic. Your assurance of quality ;