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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 LETHBRIOQE HERALD May 1974 Notes for poll July 8 Important dates OTTAWA Here is a list of important dates con- nected with the July 8 general May Enume- ration begins. May Enu- meration ends. Prelimi- nary voters lists posted in each polling division. June Nomi- nation day for remote con- stituencies. June Can- didates receive preliminary lists of eligible voters. June Urban voters receive preliminary lists. June Nomination day. June One- day revision of rural voters lists as does three-day revision of urban lists. June Ad- vance which also is held the following July Dominion Day. July Election day. you're British OTTAWA If you're British and almost you'd better make the most of your eligibility to vote in the July 8 general election. It may be your last chance. Chief Electoral Officer Jean-Marc Hamel came up with this reminder at news conference June is the cut-off date for British subjects to vote in Canadian federal elections. barring the possibility of another election between July and June you'll have to be a Canadian citizen for your next walk to the polling booth. It's an extension of a ruling that went into effect for the last general it was decreed that the only people eligible besides Canadians were British subjects who were at least 21 and had lived here for a year. Early voting The best to you from Palm. Sour Cream. PRLM PALM DAIRIES LIMITED OTTAWA The July 8 date for the federal election could encourage an unusual number of voters to use ad- vance Chief Electoral Officer Jean-Marc Hamel said Tuesday. He refused to speculate whether the summer date will cut down on the number of people who but said the July 1 advance voting day may appeal to more voters this time. Voters who any feel they cannot make the polls July 8 can cast their ballots July Mr. Hamel told a news conference. fishing were acceptable reasons for using the advance polls. hospital summer students and others who cannot make the polls can vote by proxy if they are citizens over 18. But there would be no ab- sentee voting for out of the country on vacation. Rural vouchers OTTAWA The of urban life appar- ently apply also to the voting process because city dwellers miss out on a privilege ex- tended to rural Canadians in a federal election. In towns of or less a person is allowed to vote if he or she is vouched for by a registered unlike in urban areas where names must be on a voters list. Chief Electoral Officer Jean-Marc Hamel said Tues- day the reason is that could easily be gross abuse in urban whereas it would be virtually impossible in small centres where every- one usually knows everyone else. Old rules on expenses OTTAWA New fed- eral election spending laws will come into effect Aug. the day after writs confirming July 8 election results are returned to Chief Electoral Officer Jean-Marc Hamel said Tuesday. As a candidates and parties will be fighting the election under old free to spend as much as they please but ineligible to receive any public money to offset ex- penses. An Election Expenses Act was approved by Parliament Jan. but Mr. Hamel said it will not apply to the current election. That act will for the first campaign spending by federal parties and candidates and will control contributions. Following future both would have to submit au- dited reports to Mr. Hamel's showing that candidates restricted their spending to for each'of the first voters in their 50 cents for the next and 25 cents for any more than that total. Parties would be permitted to spend 30 cents for each of the roughly 13 million voters. Candidates would be reim- bursed from the treasury for limited travel and auditing expenses. Mr. Hamel said candidates and parties are under no legal obligation to follow the new but suggested that many may opt to use it as a guide. mm LONG WEEKEND Prices effective May 16 to We reserve the right to limit quantities. DAIRY COUNTER Harvest 3 Ib. net wt. Canada Grade A Beef Sirloin 195 Wieners .b Burns Flavor Seal 4 Varieties Cooked Meats Bologna or Garlic Burns Regular or All Beef T-BONE or CLUB STEAK Mayfair Bacon 11b. net wt. pkg. Canada Grade A Beef York from concentrate Carnation 2lb. net wt. 2 Ib. net wt. Kernel Corn KOUNTY KIST WHOLE 12 fl. oz. tins.......... Tomato Juice York Fancy 48 fl. oz. tins Cream of Mushroom Soup Campbells 10fl. oz. tins SQ 00 Powdered Detergent 5 Ib. net wt FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 for Tomatoes 3SE7.. PRUNE PLUMS York u ii.oz. tins 4 ior 99C Honey 75 BOSTON BROWN BEANS 3 LUNCHEON MEAT 65' POLSKI ORGORKI DILLS MACARONI OR LONG SPAGHETTI Coffee 1.29 Rice Krispies S2S- California Choice Size72's Canada No. 1 California Canada No. 1 Cucumbers Canada No. 1 Onions jumbo........ 2i29 Shampoo Columbia Records Albums 533 8-Track Tapes 99 George Carlin Black Sabbath Bloody Sabbath' Leo ztppwin Of The Margarine 129 Cheddar Cheese 99 Black Diamond mild Past. proc. 12 oz. netwt....... FROZEN FOODS Orange Juice Tater Gems 59 Top Valu Peas 59 Punch Lard 11b. net wt. Dog Food Fabric Pink or 12't Normal 7 fl. oz. Roiling SlottM Head Mp Support Your Local Independent Grocer MIHALIK'S Finest Quality Cut To Your Me MANUFACTURERS' CLEARANCE 288 8-Track O88 EACH Tapes laV EACH 642 -13th Street North 328-5742 FREE City delivery on largt orders. Store Wednesday ft Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 Tnura. A Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. I DEPARTMENT STORES DIVISION OF rn College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. SMISMCTION GUMMNTfED KfUCWKTNWiniflKFIMED ;