Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
6-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-Saturday, April Milage saver claims plentiful Motorist warned about gas gadgets CHICAGO (API "Save up to two gallons of gas every hour you re on the highway1" Burn water in your car up to five more miles per gal- lon Amazing new ignition ac- tivator multiples spark to give better gas mileage Those claims for three de- vices advertised in an automo- tive parts catalogue are typical of the benefits promised United States motorists by companies that sell so-called gas savers But do the gadgets really de- liver9 I don't know of anything that motorists can attach that will improve their mileage a significant amount, says au- tomotive engineer Bob Knoll, head of Consumers Union's auto test division The Pennsylvania bureau of consumer protection has issued a general warning to motorists to be wary of claims that various gadgets will improve gas mileage And state attorneys-general in California, Arkansas, Kansas and Minnesota have looked into the advertising of various manufacturers In some cases they have taken or threatened legal action over the claims Particularly popular among manufacturers this year are devices that mix water with the gasoline But a spokesman tor General Motors said its engineers "know of no fuel economy benefits from water injection, and the Arkansas attorney-general tested a water injection device and concluded it was worthless and does not perform as the manufacturer advised One device that both Knoll and the major automobile manufacturers say can help in achieving fuel economy is a vacuum gauge which tells the driver if he is using the engine efficiently A driver who has gas- wasting habits such as making jack-rabbit starts can improve his fuel economy b> watching the gauge and keeping the needle m the 'good range All four major auto manufacturers are offering optional fuel economy gauges this year DRAWN OUT The de- bate about a minor clause in the draft constitution was dragging on and on, but one legislator insisted on adding his piece Finally national assembly Speaker Kuknt Pramoj turned on him "You may have had your hand up tor a day and a half, but if I give you the chance you 11 talk for a day and a half Let Us Lift Up Our Hearts And Give Thanks It's time for rejoicing and recollection a time to offer reverent thanks for rebirth, growth and new beginnings miracles of nature and of the human spirit. Let's fpray the greening of the earth will mark a new awakening, teach us to value its gifts, conserve them for every- one's benefit. BLOCK BROS. Our happiest Easter wishes from the management and staff of Block Bros. MARLENE PAUL 328-1459 TED ADNITT 327-1384 y PRESLAND STU 327-4142 JOHN CISENBARTH 327-344A DON 327-7770 JIM MATISZ 321-1204 ART JOHNSON 327-2737 TV highlights SATURDAY SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. The highlights of the final races in the Pontiac Cup Skiing Championships and top names in North America challenge the course at Wetaskiwm (Alberta) Snowmobile Championships SPECIAL: Sandy in Disneyland, 5 p.m., Ch. 11. Sandy tours disneyland with many friends SPORTS SPECIAL: Stanley Cup Ploayoff, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The Boston Bruins go against the Toronto Maple Leafs in the East Division quarter-final- This is the third game in the best- ot-seven series SPECIAL: Billy Graham Crusade, 6 p.m Ch. 9. George Beverly Shea and Tedd Smith accompany Mr Graham in giving his message, "The Love of God" MOVIE DRAMA. Money to Burn, p m., Ch. 11. E G Marshall portrays an ingenious inmate who has counterfeited 000 000 and plans to exchange it for bills in a Treasure building MOVIE DRAMA- The Greatest Story Ever Told, 7 p.m., Ch 9. The conclusion of this film on the life of Christ MOVIE DRAMA. I Thank a Fool, 9 p.m Ch. 7 Susan Hayward mercy killing and history repeating itself are all contained in this film starring Diane Cilento MOVIE DRAMA Living Free, 9 p.m., Ch 13 Continued adventures begun in Born about Elsa, and starring Nigel Davenport MOVIE DRAMA The Counterfeit Traitor, 12 midnight, Ch. 7 William Holden stars as an oil broker in this factual tale of spying on the Nazis SUNDAY SPECIAL DEBUT- World Invitational Tennis Classic, p.m., Ch 11 Both men and women competing for a purse of 000 start out these 11-week series features SPECIAL- The Masters, 1 p m., Ch. 7. Final-round action in this golfing tourney SPORTS- Wide World of Sports, 1-30 p.m Ch. 11. The National Championship Sprint Car Race is covered, offering an expected purse of SPECIAL- Stanley Cup Playoff, 6 p.m Ch 7 The East Division quarterfinals with the fourth game between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs MOVIE COMEDY: Thursday's Game, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. Gene Wilder portrays a game-show producer whose career is wavering MOVIE DRAMA- Petulia, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Julie Christie and George C Scott star in this story of extramarital love in San Francisco MONDAY INTERVIEW Fred Davis, 11 a m., Ch 13. A tale of two cities as told by the Mayors of London (Ont) and Toronto MOVIE DRAMA. A Clear and Present Danger, 1 p.m., Ch. 13 E G Marshall stars in this well produced commentary on air pollution 4 30 IB a 5 oo a o at b 00 (E) o a at b 10 an b 30 (B at 7 00 (B 7 10 an 8 00 (B 0) 8 10 a 9 00 O 01 (B a 9 15 CD 9 10 a 10 00 O 10 15 at 11 00 O IB 11 15 O 11 20 (B a 11 Hi (B O 12 00 (B O Saturday 9 00 O (D tie of Sports Q Spiderman 9 15 (D Bugs Bunnv 9 JO IB Lawrence O Sandv in Disnevland 9 45 (D News NHL 10 00 O Billv Graham in Korea (B Partridge Family O Oil Report 10 15 CD Kmgo Bingo 10 JO CD Movie O Money to Burn O R 0 Q 10 45 O Movie 11 00 CB The Greatest Storv O ever Told (Part 2) 11 15 O Police Surgeon 11 20 O Star Lost CB Owen Marshall 11 25 (B Smgdlong Jubilee 11 )0 O3 Movie 12 00 CB I Thank a Fool O News Movie Living Free News Dean Martin Man ler Moore Carol Burnett News News News Provincial Affairs News News Know Your Sports Music Machine Rock Concert Movie (ounterteit Traitors Music to See News Chase Jimrrn Dean Show Outdoors Unlimited Irish Rovers Good Ole Nashville MUMC Market Place WS News News Insight News Present Tense Travelure News News Nations Business News News, Oil Report In Conservation Merv Onflin Movie Petulia Sunday b on C CD b !0 O CD 7 00 CD O 7 '0 CD C 8 00 Q 8 2s CB 8 10 CB a a CD 9 oo a CB O CD 9 10 (B O a m 10 00 O 5.! 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News Home Run World at Six As ll Happens "TABERS 4TH ANNUAL" EASTER PEE WEE HOCKEY TOURNAMENT 28 TEAMS FROM U.S.A., SASKATCHEWAN, BRITISH COLUMBIA, ALBERTA Thin.. Apr. 11th. 4 aaiMa Thin.. 11 IIMM Friday stirtiRt it a.m. 10 lamas Sat. starting at a.m. 9 fains Saa. itartini at a.m. Finals ttartiai Mon. at 9 a.m. Final Monday Night At p.m. "Plan to ioin the Pepsi people feeling free"