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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta MUgun A smile for motorists Motorists travelling Interstate 94 in Calumet City have a bright spot along their way a newly-painted water storage tank with a big smile on top. Who could re- main upset in bumper-to-bumper traffic tie-ups with someone smiling Towfte 3 DAY 542 13th Street North mid- smm clearance OF ONE-OF-A-KIND CHESTERFIELDS DINING ROOM SUITES KITCHEN SUITES TABLE LAMPS OCCASIONAL TABLES Etc. AT A SAVINGS Chinese foreign policy condemned MOSCOW The Soviet I Jnion has condemned China's oreign policy as increasingly dangerous and said the Chinese tave divorced themselves from Marxism-Leninism. A high-level Kremlin spokes- man called for an Asian collec- tive security a proposal the Chinese say is aimed at en- circling them. This Latest escalation in Mos- cow's dispute with Peking formed the heart of a long com- mentary in the Communist party newspaper Pravda. It was signed by a pen name sometimes for highest-level politburo policy statements. Alexandrov said the Vieima- ese conflict is being sorted the Middle East is a com- plicated but soluable problem and peaceful coexistence is be- coming the rule among coun- tries formerly divided by the cold war. odd man he In bent on damaging the Soviet Union and wedging it apart from its Eastern Eu- ropean allies. spearhead of China's jubversive activities is aimed at the Soviet Union and other Socialist Alexandrov added. He said the Chinese lead- ership is guilty of tense relations with major- ity of Socialist He also spoke of utter renun- ciation of class-conscious prin- ciples in foreign its complete divorce from Marx- Pravda confirmed that nego- tiations over the trouble Sino- Soviet border -are stalled. Constructive proposals from Soviet Union have been or by the Alexandrov said. The Alexandrov article ap- peared against a backdrop of reports in the Soviet capital of worsening relations between the two Communist giants. Signs cf increasing tension have ranged from talk of further military buildup on the border to an al- Black students arrested SALISBURY About 140 black students were arrested Tuesday when they went on a rampage through the grounds of the University of stoning buildings and police. The violence climaxed days of unrest and demowti-a- tions on the campus of the multi-racial university by black stulents protestig against al- leged racial discrimination. Today's trouble started after they heard that six students had been recommended for ex- plulsion for their part in a dem- onstration Friday. Several students and a jour- nalist were bitten by police dogs in today's violence. most complete ban on travel for Chinese diplomats in Moscow and Russians in Peking. GET MOON ROCK MOSCOW American Embassy officials presented a small rock sample from the moon to President Nikolai Pod- gorny of the Soviet Union Wednesday as a present from President Nixon. The about half the size of a base- came from the Taurus trow Valley explored by Apollo 17 astronauts Dec. 1972. It was attached to a wooden plaque above a small Soviet flag which was carried to the moon and back by the astro- nauts. Towfte TurnitutS IN FASHION BUY OUR USUAL CONVENIENCES AVAILABLE C FREE DELIVERY DEPOSIT WILL HOLD FREE STORAGE CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS QUALITY MERCHANDISE We're Air PUnty of Free Parking Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. 542 13th St. N. Phone 328-1151 OfferYou Your Local Independent Grocer 642 13th St. N. Phone 328-5742 MIHALIK'S Phone 328-5742 for FREE City Delivery On Large Wcdntiday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. 9 p-m. We tell only the highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices. SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS Prices Effective Aug. 10 and 11. We reserve the right to limit quantities. SUPER SAVE FOODS ALBERTA PHONE 564-4638 3.89' 4.95' 4QOC fei 4.99 4 89 4 2 ORANGE CRYSTALS Nabob Sungold 2 3V4 pkg. MANDARIN ORANGES 5 circle..........-... 10 fl. tinl CREAM CORN Aylmer Fancy..........14 fl. oz .tins PEAS Aylmer Fancy..........14 fl. oz .tins PORK and BEANS Aylmer in Tomato Sauce 14 fl. oz .tins SPAGHETTI York in Tomato Sauce 14 fl. oz. Tfor LUNCHEON MEAT Royal............12 or. net wt. tin MAZOIA OIL 1 32 fl. oz. bottle BBQ SAUCE Heinz Regular.................13 fl. oz. bottle TOMATO CATSUP 9 Aylmer............ 11 fl. oz. bottle NABOB COFFEE Regular Grind 1-Ib .net wt. WHITE SUGAR Alberta Granulated.............10 lb. net wt. FLOUR Top Value....................20 lb. net wt. CORN FLAKES Kelloggs 12 oz. net wt. SURF DETERGENT 3-lb. not wt. PERFEX BLEACH 128 oz. plastic .09 for 1 2.79 0 10 .59 7 MAYFAIR FOOD MEATS We invite you to try our meats Best In We will cut our meats to suit your requirements. Canada Grade A Beef lb. Chuck Steaks Cross Rib 1 Prime Rib Roasts fork Loin Chops Canada Grade A Beef lb. Rib or Bun End Alberta Grown Lite Beef Steakettes Burns lb. 0 I .39 .39 .39 0 PRODUCE Canteloupe Peaches -r B.C. Canada Domestic Red Haven......... lb. Corn- Cob Lettuce JFresh Canada No. 1 B.C. Grown Canada No. 1 lb. 6.69 29 Tomatoes lb. 0 t FROZEN FOODS Sara Lee Cakes Lemonade Chocolate or Vanilla 14 ex. net wt Top Value Clear or Pink 12 oz. net wt. Peas Fraser Vale 2-lb. net wt. 89 2.59 59 DAIRY FOODS Kraft Cracker Barret Medium wedge........12 oz. net wt. Cheese Cheese Slices Dessert Topping Top Value Canadian Process 16 ex. net wt. Monarch tVi 01. net wt. 59 ;