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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 20, 1970- SAD DAYS FOR GIRL-WATCHERS-Girl-watchers in Rome must view these Italian fashions sadly, longing for the days of the miniskirt. ort Eaton Canada -Wide Special Your assurance of value, the sincerest effort Eaton's can make to bring you outstanding savings and satisfaction. neaa 10 OTTAWA (CP) study group, headed livestock producers should David L. MaeFarlane of at exporting head of economics He a year to the United at Macdonald by 1D80, a report on federal predicts that riculture policy could sell head It says Canada should also or below U. Kate discussions to remove without affecting U. tariffs on cattle and beef to the point of order to achieve a tariff barriers. U. S. free continental now are 1.5 cents a The recommendations the first head and contained in a 475-page a pound above that Canadian Agriculture in Seventies, tabled in the FROM mons Tuesday by Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson. It repre sects the fruits of 27 months of work by a five-man task force appointed in 1967 to study the Canadian agriculture industry and recommend changes in government farm proposed increase would bring Canadian sales of cattle to about the same as Mexico, which now has three per cent of the U. S. market. Most of the U. 5. imports of pounds of xef are chilled or frozen boneless cuts from Australia Canadian exports of cattle to the U. S. report was critical of head a year in 1968 negotiators at the 1969. This represented only Round of tariff talks per cent of total U. S. beef in 1967. While the U. S. agreed to on hogs and pork, attention" was paid to of lower tariffs on cattle and beef, it said. Increased beef come in two areas, believes, by converting 'rairie grain acreage to pasture cjnd livestock feed and by feeding calves to instead of selling them young for veal. Supporting the suggestion beef production VANCOUVER (CP) showing a steady eral notices headed the list in consumption most missed items when each Canadian eating couver's two major a year by 1980, and were shut down by a labor of beef shortages in pute, Vancouver Sun world expected Stuart Keate tons a year Mr. Keate, delivering the Newspaper Promotion tion, told more than 300 gates that funeral notices were among people's "vital issues" they couldn't get from radio j or "People missed reading about who was born, married or At he Mr. Keate cited the vast lic interest as the reason (CP) The Sun printing all William Lilley died funeral notices from Feb. here at the age of to May 15 when the paper life member of the sumed publication Edmonton "We (the newspaper Maj. Lilley was try) must realize television duty in both world always prime served overseas with and the radio is better for Expeditctnary he the First World War and "However, there are right leg in of areas in which in Buffalo, N.Y., are he with his family He predicted a Ont., when he was rise in popularity over the to Edmonton in decade for papers adhering in community what he termed the "eld Maj. Lilley also ed virtues" of character honors in the M a s o n i He was awarded "The New York Times of the York cross made some of the most ar.d was a member sive gains in the Grand Lodge of Canada "Serious and responsible 1 i f e member of the ers will make the Royal and Select gains in the next Grand Council of FROM PULPIT TO ART GAUERY. Whal looks like a funk in Toronto is really a top art gallery. Behind its Bppcaranco is a remarkablo man who switched from ministry to art dealing. But Philip G. WcCready Christian ethiej to business as well. Road about tho his methods and his Framing IN YOUR LETHBRiDGE HERALD WEEKEND Save 20% on Silverplate Flatware Shopping for silverplate flatware Isn't something you do every day. So you like to know you're getting the best value for your money. You also insist on quality and a style that will last. That's why Eaton's is pleased to offer such flatware by two leading Canadian silversmiths at a price that will easily fit into your budget. The beauty of design, balance and decoration on these four patterns make them an excellent buy and therefore, quality as another great Eaton Canada- Wide Special. Order your set today. Chose from the following; 1847 Rogers Bros, by International Silver Co.: (1) ''Silvery styled with the richness of lace, detailed with shimmering facets against a florentine finish. (2) a beautiful simplicity In the romantic tradition. 30-piecs six each: Knife, Fork, Teaspoon, Salad Fork, 5 o'clock Spoon. Community Silverplate by Oneida: (3) "Morning Rose'', a stylized shape with single rose decorating eliptical handle. [4} a traditional styling with a fiddle-shaped handle, delicate floral decoration and bright finish. 30-piece set, six each: Knife, Fork, Teaspoon, Salad Fork, Dessert Choice of 4 patterns, 30-piece set CANADA-WIDE SPECIAL Drawer Chest Holds up to 100 pieces. Has a tarnish-resistant jM QQ a smooth walnut finish. R %M SPECIAL, each............................. I %T Chinaware, Second Floor Crystal Chandelier, Lamps and Fixtures Will Outdazzle Others At Canada-Wide Prices Over TOO hand-cut, hand-polished European lead crystal decorations embellish this chandelier with a brilliance that is rivalled only by the dazzling saving on the price tag. Lavish scalloped bobeches, French penduloques, 2" drops. Jewel chains, crystal ball and mouth-blown columns reflect the exquisite workmanship of a decorative lighting firm with TOO years experience in Canada and Europe. Exquisitely craffed frame with polished brass, ornamental scroll work finish. Bulbs and installation not included. 105 Ord. 100.00. Choridelier only. EATON CANADA-WIDE SPECIAL Four-Piece Console Set For an elegant entrance hall, add the Baroque styling and antique gold-colour finish of this composition console set. Includes plate glass mirror, overall; shelf, with grained colour top; pair of sconces All sizes approx. ______ j Reg. 45.00. ___ CANADA-WIDE SPECIAL, 4-pcs. Top-Selling Table Lamps Crystal prisms decorate the girondole arms of this creamy Bristol glass vase lamp with while and gold colour decoration. Antique-finished metal base. Rayon taffeta shade. 38" tall. Bristol glass vase lamp in white and gold colour with antique brass finish, feathered column and marble sub-base. Rayon taffeta shade. Approx. 41" tall. Classic traditional design lamp in ombre bronze finish with shade of textured shantung over Vinyl backing, Approx. 34" tall. !-35 Ord. 50.00. EATON CANADA-WIDE SPECIAL, (Bulbi Extra) Lamps, Second Floor BUY LINE 328-8811. For Advertised Goods. Call 327-0551 For Store Information Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday From 9 Til 9. ;