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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 19, 1970 Oddilios in IK-MS and chips? no B R A D F 0 It D. England (Router 1 The Hussiaiw have a word for they don't make apple pie like tiicy do in Brad- ford. So 24-year-old Tatlana Sa- banina will lake home a rec- ipe for the when she re- turns to the Herzcn Institute in Leningrad soon, after a four-month stay at this north- ern town's university. Tatiana is cue of 10 Russian trainee teachers here on a language-exchange course. What she won't lake hack is a recipe for fish and chips. "I don't know how you sur- vive." she said in reference to the Britisli delicacy. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 Bud Kc'iiloffman's red-eared turtle eats and sleeps at the same time, and can almost see where its going where it's been simultaneously. That's because it has two perfectly formed heads and four front legs but only two hind legs and one tail. Schloffman said the turtle Is two months old. It came from a Louisiana hatchery. The t u r 11 e 's two heads, which are (lie same size, func- tion independently. Somelimes they enjoy their meals to- gether, and at other times one will sleep while the other rests, or sleeps, Schloffman says. it appears to be healthy, but' if it is going to have prob- lems, Kchloffman says, it might result from a lack of communication, particularly in deciding in which direction to go. or whether to go at ail. The pet store owner says he expects the turtle to live a normal lifetime of more than a dozen vears. cnncd this note: "The story of Christmas is a wonderful talc, But please get out of this J confounded jail." LONDON (Renter) As newlywcd Colin Brown lifted his 19-year-old bride to cany her over the threshold of their iieu- home, he had the door slammed in his face. A court was toid Thursday that behind the door was 70- year-old Winifred Jennings who had sold the couple the house for WASHINGTON, Pa. (API Washington County Jail Warden Joseph A. Feconda passed out the annual supply of free Christmas cards this week for prisoners to send to friends and families. ANNUAL VASA JEW YEAR'S EVE SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th St. C N. THURSDAY, DEC. 31st 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Orchestra BRIDGE TOWN TRIO ADMISSION S3.50 PER PERSON includes supper, noise makers and hats FOR ADVANCE TICKETS Telephone Days 327-1657 Nights 327-1075 Only 150 Tickers Available MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS j Pollution-free engine on way EINDHOVEN, The Nether- lands (AP) The Philips Co. has revealed what it says is a breakthrough in research to- ward a pollution-free passenger car engine. Philips said yesterday that, unlike the internal combustion engine, fuel in its engine is al- most completely consumed and (he small amount of exhaust is clean. Pollution, therefore, is non-existent. And because no explosion takes place in the Philips en- gine, it avoids the noise and vi- bration of internal combustion engines, the company said. The engine works this way: Ignited fuel heats a closed chamber into which a introduced. The heated gas expands and drives a pis- ton. The gas then passes into a cold chamber and is recycled to be heated again. LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Available in ALL prescriptions. These Hard If te lenses ors: Shatterproof and backed by a warranty against eye injury. Half the weight of ordinary glasses. Available in 3 variety of styles, shapes, and lints. Protective lenses are law in some countries advisable everywhere. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Children's Frames Magnifiers tt Repairs Reasonable Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPT! BUILD MORE HOMES WASHINGTON (AP) The number of new homes being built in the United States spurted in November to ils high- est level since January, 1909. Analysts sa_y the increase shows an increasing availability of mortgage money and an easing of interest rates. SHOT DURING Helio Carvalho do Aranjo, police bodyguard for Amb. Giovanni Enrico Buchcr, was shot three times (luring the kidnapping of the Swiss am- bassador to Brazil in Rift DC Janeiro. lie is in critical con- dition, paralyzed in both legs and arms. 1 I 71 8 i V I U I M IUIWLIM H IYOTA COROLLA Si i ?s I Is H No Charge for >jV Grip Tires Block Heater S? Whitowall Tiros AUTOMATIC AVAILABLE We will play Santa Ciaus rind deliver Christmas Eve Hft wrapped! NO DOWN PAYMENT O.A.C. Santa Price I TOYOTA TlJIfil C! Located tit General Farm Supplier, For four months, Brown and his bride tried lo Rain possession of the house only to discover that Mrs. Jennings had put it on the market again at a price of Ordering her to keep her signed agreement with the Browns, Mr. Justice Michael Lee warned: "If she does not go she will be escorted from the premises." PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) John Leigh took the mathe- matics test of the scholastic aptitude test for college place- ment and found an error in one ol the problems. He did the problem anyway, and "gave the answers they wanted." But after the test the Port- land high school pupil wrote to the Education Testing Serv- ice in Princeton, M.J., to tell them about the mathematical mistake. He received a reply this week, in a letter saying the officials of the testing service "are embarrassed that this detail slipped our inspection." The letter also commended Leigh's score on the test. He got 790 of a possible 800. May's FUNNY Rail death witness located MOOSE JAW (CP) KCMP have located a witness they had been seeking after an Aug. 28 fatality in the Moose Jaw area. Police had been looking for a young man who had been a passenger OP. a Canadian Pa- cific Hallway train Aug. 28 and Falls 10 feet lo his dcalh CALGARY (CP) Hans Eastgaard, of Calgary was killed when he slipped from a beam and fell about 10 feet to the basement of a house that was under construction. A witness said that during the fall the man struck a pro- truding piece of metal which caused him to land head-first INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTCN 5 07 A 7th STREET SOUTH 29 as part of their investigation into the death of Douglas Roy Phillips of Golden, B.C., whose body was found beside the tracks 21 miles west of here. A coroner's report indicated 1'hillips' injuries were consis- tent with those suffered in a fall from a train. Police in Moose Jaw said today two persons recognized a Canadian press photograph and story about the young man ap- pearing in the Moose Jaw Times 11 e r n 1 d and notified HCMP. The witness subsequently was located in Thompson, Man. His name was not released but other witnesses knew ium as Darryl. Police say they now are con- sidering re-opening the inquest sometime after Christmas. NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Trudt Loads Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" Ski Specials For Christmas Gift Giving Ski Clearance 1 Onlyl Kneissl While Star W 200 cm. Discontinued model. Regular 199.50. 1 OQ QQ SPECIAt IM.OW Hart Standard Skis. Discontinued model. 4 pair only. Reg- I 1 Q flfl II ular 150.00. 1 each 150 cm, 190 and 200 cm, 205 cm. SPECIAL, pair 19.97 Val D'lsere Skis. 3 pair only. Hickory.. Regular 39.95. SPECIAL.............. Cresvig Metal Skis Save one-third on a good quality metal ski. Good size col- leclion. Regular pair 99.00. CC flfl SPECIAL, pair........................... OO.UU Children's Ski Sets Solid wood complete with metal box and cable bindings. Broken size range. Regulor 8.93 to C EC 1 A CC 21.98. SPECIAL.............. O.33 io J Mukluks Leather bottom. Grey split leather top. 5 Gillie ties. Crepe rubber soles. Full shear lined. 10" high, 4 "7 QQ SPECIAL, pair........................... Children's Ski Jackets Down filled, block quilted body. Assorted colours in sizes 6 to 14. Regular 30.00. O 1 QQ SPECIAL............................... C I Down-Filled Ski Jackets Styled by S. E. Woods. Ayoiloble in S. M. L. and XL. Regular 40.00. SPECIAL........ Tyrol Buckle Boots Broken size range. Regular 59.98. SPECIAL, pair......................... Val D'lsere 'MK 1 Ski Boots Double lace-up boot. Sizes 4 lo 11 Regular 39.95. SPECIAL, pair............... Slalom Ski Boot 33.99 29.99 19.97 Double lace-up boot. Sizes 6'i to Regular 29.95. SPECIAL, 14.97 Ski Shop, Lower Floor Look For The Many "Not Advertised" Specials Throughout the Store Many of our best "buys" do not receive newspaper announcement. Be sum to look for the special "Not Advertised" Tickets they are your assurance of outstanding vctiue! BUY LINE 328-8811. SHOP EATON'S MONDAY 9 A.M. TO P.M. ;