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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdn.icfuy, Awguil 2, 1972 THE IfTHBRIDOI HERALD-29 HAS FANS Sally who rocketed lo world wide fame us a fan dancer at Ihc IOM World's puses with her famous fans in .San Francisco where she'll recreate her famous dance in "Tlic .Show ol Sal- ly, who is now OS, will be ap- pearing in the nostalgic revue thiil Is turning on Ilic liglils aisain at Ihc Orph- cuni Theatre. Bicycle thieves gel three months Mark Allan Hichardson, 19 of Lake Oswcgo, Ore., am Kevin Parker, 18, 2003 Avc. 8., f-cthbridge, plcarlK guilty today In Lethbrldgc pro vinciol judge's court to a tola of lf> charges of theft of 10 speed bicycles. Kiich was sentenced to three months in jail. Court was lold the two younj, men had been working a s team anil were storing thci bonty I oneIher. The stolen bikes ranged i tram lo One was solil lo a Lclhbrlclgc girl for Two of the remaining bikes had tieen crated in pi'cpara- timi for shipment lo Portland Ore. n passing sontoiico, pro- vincial .judge L. W. Hudson said Ilicir actions constituted a conspiracy lo commit n series of imlict.-.Wc otfences, which were planned and deliberate. Dracula alive, well TORONTO (CP) Dracula is alive and well, tat don't be alarmed, his false leclli don't fit right. Dracula swooped Into To- ronto on the wings of a federal government grant but (he infamous vampire has had nothinj! hut problems. Actually, Dracula, played by Hill Gallagher, is (he star of The Shadow ol Dracula, a. color film being sponsored hy a summer Op- portunities for Youlh grant. The film is being produced by the Scarlellwood Court On- tario Housing Corp. develop- ment, Mr. Gallagher, a 46-year-old unemployed factory worker, has hail to go to a denturist to get his fangs fixed ami also has had lo dig graves and build his own plywood coffins so lie cun rob them. The Shadow of Dracula is a low-budget production and the arch fiend has bad lo do much of his own work. Mr. Cnllaghcr and live oilier adult residents of (lie development ire collecting a week anil seven students get 560. There is talk that when the film is completed in Septem- ber, it will screened (or a distinguished Minister Trudeau. Boyk's Column NKW YflHK (AP) 'Hlings ;i t ini.cjlU never knov; if hrr didn't open liis mail: education is gelling nuiHilicatctl all Ihe hinr. H..S. colleges and iini- iniw grant 1.IWI kinds of degrees. Wlial's in a name'.' Somc- timcs very little. Knr esam- the scientific name for rnnwcrd. Ihe plant which is thi o.'in'1 nf hay fever sutler- ITS in bile summer and au- tumn, is "ambrosia." This is a (Ju'ck word meaning "food of Hie gods." fluini: to church is healthy for 5'nu and may even helu >nve your life. A Johns Hop- kins researcher found thai liio risk of fatal heart disease is ulrnnsL Usico as iiigli (or men wlin only allend cliurch once in ii while a.s for those who at- tend or more fl V. Whip invented chocolate ire? II niiiv have Iwen (lie emperor, according In MIC aiilhority. The cm- whose appelitc for sweets was legendary, sent -u-iif-rs In nr.-irby mounlain 1., to bring blocks of ice mid snow over which other members of the court ixni sweet chdi-'olate. IMSI'X.TS MlII.TII'l.V .Successful: Insects have called "Ihe mosl suc- ces.srul of rill animals'1 Itt- criuse o[ Ihc-ir ability to rc- thrive in fill the carlli's life More than nui.ccn kinds of Ihcss six- legged have been scientifically described, and it is estimated thai another JOo.lICO remain lo be classi- fied. Twinning: Ihc later you have children the more likely you are lo have twins. Teen-age mothers have only one chance in 200 o[ hearing In-ins. women aged 35 to who have already iiad chil- dren before have one chance in M of a double delivery. If your doctor finds you need more Vitamin I) in your diet, you can gel it easily by eating more eggs. They are one of Ihc few natural food sources of Ibis vital nutrient. Incidentally, if you're aver- age, you'll eat at least 300 eggs annually. LIKE BEARS Tiie (eel of wolverines nro iKarlike, wilh long, curved, wicked-looking claws. IT'S SIMPLE WITH "SIMPLICITY" PATTERNS AND FASHION FABRICS...AVAILABLE AT ZELLER'S! R1BLESS CORDUROY 36" WIDE Tully wultitrie n 1 duroy lor tack- 1 Q It-school logs, B slack >ets, I YD, jumpers! ACRYLIC DOUBLE KNITS 45" 100% ACRYLIC if PRINTED CREPE colour last, drip dry coordinated solids 2nd stilpti lor snippy spjttsviesr looks. colour- lasl brilliant Oriental, abstract anil lloral prints sensation- 64" YARN-DYED JACQUARD DOUBLE KNITS Colour-last, drip- JIEJJi fry polyesler t acetate In 3 range ol pattens suit- ible for ladies', YD, men's 60" WIDE PATTERNED KNITS Polyester I col- ion single knit in lacquiril, dieck, Meed and novelty desijns. Drip'dry, cclou-fisl! BRUSHED PLAIDS 45" 100% PRINTED POLYESTER CREPE acrylic 2nd collon K col- our-fast, drip-dry, treat lor todies'. weir. Co- lour combos. Washable, lolour- esler In assorUi! M patterns... lor shoit t dceues! 45" WIDE PERMANENT DECORATOR PRESS 45 PRINTS BROADCLOTH 45" WIDE 36" WIDE POLYESTER PERCALE LINING PRINTS assortment of cota; Colour-last, machine-wash' white, cieam t Un. jble collon. Wide Recommended lor fj wash- vadely ol patletns CO- Locolod In Zeilor't Shopping Centra on Mayor Magrath Driv. Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurj. and Fri. 9 a.m. fo 9 p.m. ;