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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE fKimJny, February 10, keenly disappointed hi .U-T-ksi Highway decision ,i'i' I 'onner were cpcmin: up in Ili'iUsh Col- i Viinr apparent reference I" a railway-liull- caterl I he prriiilrnl had inisnvid !iV.'. i Tviestlay tk- proini.sal. jn i, i iailu-ay and the hlL'huay :..i Alaska would serve different sect inns of iliie North, lie said. They i !'n- I j-.void cany different traffic. i.1.- l1" l s- "c i Mr Lauig predie 1 ed lhat ll.e lo t.ar traldc i i'1 I'11'' I v-oukl increase OUT Hie Alaska i Iu j Ilinfnvay, now a windy, prnu-1 A laFl 'vealecl th.al traffic on the high gf ii-JI was mostly American. d'ir'in" Ilicl Because of Ilie estimated million needed to upgiade the president's road, Canada lias no intention oi i alitTTiatc routes I tackling tile job alone. 122 3RD AVENUE SOUTH li Your Ccir Insurance Too i'iigh? m m FOR SELECT RATES Ex-Beatles top poll Is your home adequately Protected? For Sound Advice and Top Service LONDON (API Throe for- mer Beatles took 10 of the. plae- ing.s, including Uiree lop awards, in Diic Mapriinc's an- nlial readers' And the Bealle.s us a p'oup, allhoimh disljanded, placed .sev- enth m the lop British group section. George Harrison was named musician and John Ixmnon best Muger-songuTiier. Lcnnon also won tJie best album award for his Imafrinc long-player. Paul McCnrlney placed sixth in the sin.Ljer.sonpuTitcr .section, with Gcorye Harrison eighth, and McCartney's Ram look ninth place in tlie album cate- gory. McCartney also rated I0th in Lbe musician seelion. EKis Presley, who turned 38 I recently, again triumphed over his younger rock rivals and won Lbe vote for fop international male singer. TOP ISRITISII GROUPS British group chosen was T. Rex, led by singer, guitarist and songuriler Marc Bolan, who has Hie fans screaming as they did in Ucallcmania's hey- day. Diana Ross, supersoul singer formerly wilii Hie Supremos, producers up iu arms VEHNON, B.C. (X'P) Egg producers from the interior of the province have laimehed a campaign to rcsturcturc the British Columbia Egg Market- ing Board or change policies which Lhe producers say are dis- criminatory. Dan Taylor of Salmon Arm, president of Ihe Okan a g a n- Mainland Esg Producers Asso- ciation, said a move by the board to juggle production quo- 2. Hank Marvin. 3. Keith Emer- won the international female .singer section, with Cilia Black voted lop British female singer. Gravel-voiced Rod Stewart, who is making hedgehog hair- dos fashionable in these parLs, was voted fop British male singer, and also took the beil single record award for his enormous hit Maggie May. Here arc sonic of the detailed results: Intenialionnl male singer: 1. Elvis Presley. 2. James Taylor. 'J. Tom Jones. 4. Rod Stewart. 5. Robert Plant. International female singer: 1. Diana Ross. 2. Carole 3. Molanie. 4. Cilia Black. 5. Joan Bacz. International group: 1. Led Zeppelin. 2. Faces. 3. Four Tops. 4. T. Rex. 5. Beach Boys. Musician: 1 George Harrison. las to replace Albert.! eggs on the interior market with Eraser Valley eggs was "just the final straw'' for Lhe interior produc- Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART h 1-True; 2-c; 3-False; 4-c; 5-False PART II: 1-b; 2-a; 3-d; 4-e; 5-c PART III: 1-e; 2-d; 3-a; 4-c; S-b PICTURE QUIZ: Bernadelle Devlin Eric Clapton. 5. Jimi Hendrix. Singer-songwriter: 1. John Lcnnon. 2. Neil Diamond. 3. Cat Stevens. 4. James Taylor. 5. Carole King. Single record: 1. Rod Slew- j art's Maggie May. 2. George j Harrison's My Sweet Ixird. 3. T. Rex's Get K On. 4. T. Rex's Hot Love. 5. Who's Won't Gel j Fooled Again. i Album: 1. John Lennon's Im- I aguie. 2. Rod Stewart's Every Picture Tells a Story. 3. T. 'Rex's Electric Warrior. 4. TOio's Who's Next. 5. Carole King's Tapestry. rcorrr mrpi CK best muMciaJi me iiyers paid The big reason mosl people buy a little car is economy. Which makes But "economy' i? n nice, TP- crsuring kind oi it eerie in varieties. There's Insfanl-Econorr.y. a purchaso prico abo'jl von1 re qeiiina ,-.'o later. Or litre's Lcng-Tcrm Fcononiy. kno'.vn as good value are la's cars crc'.ind But you save in ths hegmninq, you can bis the long lun. IViln a car the! for cur kind cf Which h-vo fent-jrf-. And parfs and ssr.-ice avail- ability lhat leaves big gaps in the map. The Chevy Vega is a long-lerrn economy little car. Vega was designed and built in and for North American driving conditions. In freeway driving, it can hold its ovm with big guys. Up long sleep hills, you should see it out-hustle the other little guys. (It's cur unique Iigh'er-biggei'-Elronger engine that does lhat trick And slnrhng v.-ilh those focim iron! bucket seats, Vega gives you all the comiort you've come to expect in a car. (Even if you've never owned a car before, you've sureb driven in pler.f.v you handling, per- formance feahjrn.'i jusl iiaie io think c-[ drivinq Vv'ido tirr-.- and wide stance. Front disc brakes. Power ventilation. Electric fuel pump. Side-guard door beams. There are 6000 North American dealers for parts and service availability, even though, we know you'll hardly need it, JWid there's also a choice of Vegas Sedan, HaLchback Coupe, Kammback Wagon, Panel Express truck you can match your Vega to what- ever you want to do with a car. And now for a very pleasant sur- prise. There isn't that much difference m the price you pay for an instant-aeonomy car and the price you pay for a Vega. But there's a big difference in tha value. You'll notice that, instantly. The 8ittb car that weSI. Unldi "1 Hi; VV1HTI-.OAKS OF Sunday nifihls nl niiin. And pick up your Jalna inlroductiou book at your Chevrolet and Oldsmobilc dealers. PRESLEY lop singer Government Several iiifuiiiirilion ar.d tachni- ca: nmal- tiurcan of gov- ernir.'. i'f Ti''1 I'-.ii'cim nnrl i for- merly K of iruvi-Miy Llie pr'ncip.i! sfivn-r-: led. :u h c f n fivrvi ti. fiv :i-. .1 i.-.Tni- "r r r r n'K inc coils of TIiritSDAY Minn, "Thr Woman." p (1, 7 Olivia do. Ilavilliind Mars in llns, IiC'r firsl movio TV. li's a slory "'c screams she hoars of a woman Inincd iilivu. CUnli: DII.niA: lauMreK, ji.m., fh. 13. An Un- kno'.vn aiMiniil i., involved in Iliis crime v.lucli kills threo private hospilal palicnls. IIIUMA: Ollara, Ajlrnt, S p.m., Lll. 7. Gmlfrov Cambridge as a comic denied work for disavow- ing I IIP nidirtcr: who launched his carper. MUSIC' SI'KlIU.: Hurl Uacharacli, p.m.. Ch. Dionnc Wamc'kc, .lovl C.rey and Disltl pcrlovm Burf's award-v'.'innint; inii.'-ic. MOV1K COMKDV: "The Pinli a p.m., Ch. 7. David Nivcn ml Teicr Sdlers ii) a rnmp iilraut. jewel llucvcs Ihc vn> of a inspactor. LAWVKlt IJHAMA: Tim Hold in p.m., Cll. 13. The nf why Neil's tan-re look lile on their wedding day v.nh flashbacks of their rom.ince. INTEKVIEW. Daviil 12 miilmglil, Cii. 13. A dis- cussion on heart transplant .surgery mciudes licart recipient Richard Cope. SCIENCE FICTION: "Voyage of Ilic Planet of Prehis- toric a.m Ch. flying reptiles, wrecked aslroimals and a host of [i-malcs run rampant on a strange planet. I-'IilDAY MOVIE nn.UIA: "'liif Great Van 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A man from the International Police is assigned to discover what happened to a large sum of money. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Desert I p.m., Ch. 13. Two bitter rivals enter a deadly competition for a Lebanese uranium mine. CHEC nn -.nth r ;ry Sports N'c'.vs THUR5DST l.le.lIT 1 Jcnn Oliver 3.09 Beryl Clark CJOC THURSDAY NIGHT ir- Berry i-03 V'orld Fl 6 I2-C'3 1220 FRiriiv NBAS, '.vinr. Sport Rco irgrsm Sbnw i-co rjey.s and Grain Aciicn CSC NCAJ Jchn V.'alker Shew Srorl Lin? 8 35 -B si-ic.v Rsb CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. 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