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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 HIE IETHUR1DGE HERAID Flidoy, Augusl 27, 1971 and Ciilliy Burke ride colorful hikes Parade thrills Pinclwrites MAIU.AHKT I.INN rurrrspomlt'ilt t'lNTIIKR I'HKF.K Thr rjudirr C'rcck parade, under tin- dim-lion "F PLri.-lHT Spacernift fixes fault PASADENA, Calif. (AD The Mariner fl spacecraft en- route lo an orbital rendezvous with Mars, has corrected by it- self a fuel leak that would have shortened ils year-long scien- tific mission by Ihree months, say scientists at Hie Jet Propul- sion Laboratory. Madiner 9 launched May 30 from Cape Kennedy, prn- Erainmcd to reach Mars orbit by Nov. In June, iiwirumeiits sJiowed excessive nitrogen use. A com- ponent involved in over-use however, has "broken in" with age and ''the excessive gas con- sumption has stabilized itself." a spokesman said. Enough ni- trogen remains for a full year, he said. .Mariner 9 u'ill map llic red plniici, with television cameras and perform other scientific for a year from orbital al- liuidcs as low as 750 miles. It is expected to remain in orbit for aboul 5U years before crashing onlo (he planet's surface. lYcck Kinsmen Chili. uas a wonderful Milh u Jjirfic crowd of district and (own resi- dents on hand. Ijcrl by l.wn Mountk's. it. -uas under the dimMion o[ Dor. per, parade marshal. j Mayor Arthur Ames and i mayors from n c i p J) b o i n g lowus, along with political dulc- Elates for the upcoming clcc- lion, were in I he parade. Brent and Calhy Burke won the tiof.'orated bike for cliildrcn i class. Winners were judged on ori- ginality, quality color har- mony and all-around beauty. l.nrm.in; J.irncs MOUNTED F.Tr.ine cowbny C n fViirlir.al -Mvin i-ll; Frank IIIDIANS rjmc, besf man, nnl rn I1n.il: Philip Blr] Swan; Jim Mtiminti Hull. I lost: nc Rrn ners Win Rest commercial Tcwn of Forf iV.acfec-J Best local commornai sr Creek Cry-op; Royal 5 Besi organiialinn Club. Utopia Unifarm. Seal comic ttoal: Dcg Scnje Best decorated cor: Alberta V.'h.eal Pnnl, (donated their tfi'c to tns li- Your Choice COME CHOOSE from the FINEST All One Price! Round Steak Full Cut Rump Roast All Cuts Thick Rill COALDALE plan- ning, development and land sales cominiltec was recunUy set up by Mayor A. F. libido and includes councillors LeKon Low and I'rank F. Wicns. nnt nn float: Mn Best Indian floni. C. qon Indian Diind. CHILDREN lU'toralRd f Brflnl anil Cdlliy Burkn; IMrlpy Storm. rlprnralfd girl: Slierri Conk; Terpyl Pu'jfiinvK. Best tlecoralcd Iricyclo. liny: Connie Carlson; Rocky and flo Bcsl dccurotcd Irkycin, aid: Janice PSI cledoralt-d pet: Wnghf. novel I v costume, boy; Brock 'I'sburv; Jeffrey iVrinHt. costume, girls: Su- znnno Derniird; Shannon Lang. boy: Andrew God- drirtl; Grcq Dickie. Bcsl drgssed cjirl; l.tina B ruder; Colcilt) Thompson! CcfTiic Lov. Kenny f-.'cdieiak; Canada Grade Ar Frozen Juniors Lilydole or Maple Leaf. 6-10 Ib. avgc............. Ib Frozen Young Pork Steak or Roast Canada Choice Canada Good Beef WINNING FLOAT Pincher Creek's recent parade delighled ol wide array of floats, preMy girls, bands a'lj horses. Best commerci was (he replica of the Famous NWMP enlered For) Mocleod. second place winning Peigan Indian Band of the Indians' ssciion. young with a of-town float photo shows Alberta, Fine Granulated, white Paper bag Polly Ann, while or brown, sliced.......20-oi. loaf Harvest Blossom All Purpose While Poper bag Breakfast Gems, Canada Grade A size Edwards, Reg., Fine or Elec. Pert. Voc Pocked...... Cragmont, all flavours 2B fl. 01. bile. Empress, Fruit Apple, Orange, Grape 48 fl. 01. (in Taste Tells Reconstituted 48-oz. tin Alberta Corn-on- Canada No. 1 Grade Butter sail bile! ll'i blissful eating! Every ear is filled from lip fo lip wifh lender, plump kernels of sweetness and flavor. Picked ut dawn, packed in ice and rushed fo our stores daily at penk of freshness. Gel pi en I y nl I his specia tow pried Hijacked up lor sale LISBON iRculer) The ocean liner Snnta Maria (he fircl passcnpcr ship lo I jnckpd in modern is up for The Cmnpanhin Colo- nial clc Navrnscao. ba? n o I. flalrjfj ,i price for the 222.000-ton. liner, bin said the time had come to replace some older ships. A former Portug u e s c army captain. Henrique Galvao, and a group o[ armed men held the ship for hvo weeks in lo focus world attention on polili- cal lo the Portuguese regime of then premier Ajitonio Oliveira de S'alazar. 4 Get together with the cool bright taste of Old Vienna Canada's best tasting lager beer BREWED RIGHT HERE IN ALBERT A. New Potatoes Bananas Alberta grown Norgolds Canada No. 1 grade Cello bag GOLDEN YELLOW O'KEEFE COMPANY LIMITED WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY U ;