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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THJ LETHBRIDGE HFRALD WcHnodlciy, Icljtutny 23, 1972 your local INDEPENDENT GROCER LIK' 642 13th Street North, Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 THESE FOOD VALUES 1ZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! WE HAVE SPECIAL PRICES ON CASE GOODS WE INVITE YOU TO TRY OUR MEATS "THE BEST IN TOWN" Canada Choice Canada Good "WE WILL CUT OUR MEAT TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS" ROUND STEAK or RUMP ROAST Alberta Brand Steer Beef Ib. Fowl Side Bacon Tray Pock Ib. Alberta Steer Beef Alberta Steer Beef.................... Ib. Ib. .39 .39 Liquid Bleach Laundry 8 ,in, 1.00 Toilet Tissue Allen's 48-01. 3 tins 1.00 Prune Plums 1.00 I II D J Nabob all C gn Laundry Jelly Pewders 3.01. S ,or 49c Com Flakes 4 1.00 5torc" Stews 15-o, 3 1.00 Fab K Instant Chocolate ,in 89c Panti Hose Foods.Dairy 12B-OZ. 64-oz. L29 Each 49c Margarine West coiored........3 ib 79c French Fries vaie s.s. Ltjrd Maple Leaf Tenderflake 1-lfa 1 7C FfStt CCtKCS Hi Liner Cod 12-oz. 49C Cheese 99c Bread Dough AiPine whila 5, 85c Mqyfqir Foods Produce ORANGES California Navels Carrots Lemons 23 Cabbage Calif, green Can. No. 1 STORE HOURS: Man., Tues., Wed., Sat. a.m. till p.m. Thursday and F riday a.m. lo p.m. 'S 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! ON LARGE ORDERS Prices Effective February 24, 25, 26 Wo Rcservn Tho Right To Limit Quantities Stalin's daughter m leaves husband PARADISE VALLEY, Am (Renter) Architect William Wesley Pders said Tuesday liis wife, Svetlana, daughter of the late Soviet dictator Joseph has "walked out on me" and taken their 10- monlli-old child with her. Peters, 58, and Svcllana, who wil' bo next Monday, wore jruirried 22 montlis ago. Svcllana, who defected to the U.S. in 1907, was unavaila- ble for comment, but she is icnorted lo have told a friend that she left her husband be- cause she didn't like the com- munal type of living at Talie- sin Weft here. "That's why I left she WAS quoted saying. Peter said that divorce ap- pears inevitable because his wife rejects "the real principles of democracy in operation." "She came here and was anx- ious to marry me too Pe- ters said. "In the face of Svet- lana's inability to adjust, it would almost seem that divorce is inevilablc." He added: "She has rejected a life pat- Icrn which I helped build and I believe in." Taliesin West, about 20 miles northeast of Phoenix, Ariz., is the headquarters for the. Frank Lloyd Wright Foun- dation, an architectural school and practising architectural firm founded, by the late inter- nalionally-kown orehitecl. In revealing the breakup (o friends, Stalin's daughter was (juoted as saying: "I believe in private property. They live ji communal life at the foun- dation. They share their in- comes, (heir food, (heir living. Kveryonc! works, including the children." Peters. Svelland's fourth husband said today of life nl Taliesin Wesl: "Ours is not a communal life, but a life of individualism. I'm afriiid her mind has been condilioncd by years of Communist training to the point she rejccls (lie highly individualized he sp.id in au iuLcrvicv, II PE1I US walk out inting company faces big CHAKBROOK, B.C. (CP> Today Publications LW., which publishes three local newspa- pers, said Tuesday its boycott of British Columbia govern- ment and Social Credit parly advertising could put ils opera- tion in Lire hole. The three papers, uiUi a combined circulation of announced Monday they would not run B.C. government ads until the government lilts its ban on advertising in two Vic- toria papers. The government said last u-cck it would give no more ad- vertising lo the Vidoria Times and Colonist alter Iho newspa- pers ran o cigarcHe sd, pro- hibited by B.C. law. Dill Taylor, who nilli Ron Powell owns Today Publica- tions, said B.C. government ad- vcrtisuig last year comprised about 40 per cent o[ the com- pany's general advertising and about of the company's revenue. LOSE REVENUE He said: "the company would be in a loss situation if lose government revenue Mr. Powell said the company is willing lo undergo the finan- cial loss until the government eitlier removes its threat to cancel if.s advertising or until the dispute is resolved in court The B.C. Supreme Court be- gan hearing a lest case Tues- day in Vancouver in which four tobacco companies and three leading publishing firms arc challenging UK validity of the government's ban. cany a great many ads from the government and lot ot them are very credible so this lias absolutely nothing to do with the nds J-lr. Powell said. REORET LOW "Some of these ads are im- portant and we regret their loss to the public. For example, we had lo return some ads lor tenders lhal B.C. Hydro bad submitted.'1 hope enough papers .stand up and be counted on this i m p o r I a n 1 question." Mr. Powell said. "If they do it it will have an effect on the gov- ernment." fn a Monday editorial an- i nniincinn. Ihe boycott, the Cran- I brook V.'crkly Courier accused the .Government of blackmail and bribery hi attempting to enforce I he ban on tobacco ad- vertising It called on other papers and news media in the province lo unite against the government by refusing ads or face the prospect of "bit slick dictator- ship and captive press." The oilier papers Involved in Hie boycolf are Ihe Cranbrook Daily Townsman and the Kim- berley Daily Bulletin. Indians not exploited ciL stampede CALGARY fCP) Indian participants in Liie Calgary Stampede arc nol being ex- ploited, .says Stony 'Wilf Mark, a member of the Stampede In- dian events committee. lie discounted suggestions made last week by Alderman Eric Musgircwe who said Iho stampede Liking ach'anl- ago of the Indians. "Nobody forces lo lake part. We do it because we en- joy il. Aid. Musgrcave should have askfxl us before he si ail- ed Mr. .Mark, who has creeled n lecpcc at. Ihe last. sUim- I (jedes, said there nre more In- I dians willing lo partidpalc than I lie sVampcdc can accom- modate. The Indians nefiotiale Iho Icnns of the appenrnnces be- fore stampede and last yo.tr received for each teepee, food for those living in the teepees and other bencfiLs. SALES EXECUTIVE REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY For company thnl Is the loader in ils finld Train while you earn lo per month plus car, pcrconfafje of profits. Plus full company benefits. No travelling. Excellent opportunity for advancement into managerial position. Reply to President P.O. Box 550, Lethbridge, Alter. TV HIGHLIGHTS: WHONESDAY MOVIH "Tin1 Cool B p.m., Cll. 7. A lively story about, two young pop singers who fall in love. SI'OllT: Pro Hockey, (i p.m., Cli 13. The Pillsburgh Pen- guins meet (lie Maple Leafs in Toronto. HOCUMHNTA11Y: Tills Mind, 8 p.m., Cll. 7. "Survival" probes NIC reasons for Hie recent boom in licallh foods. COMHHY: Ciimnly Ilcnir, 8 p.m., Cli. II. Raymond Burr (Ironside) joins llic Kopyknls, n new mimic, Fred Traviilena, Jlicli Little's discovery. MOVIE WESTEKN: 9 pro.. Ch. 13. A powerful story of Iho conflict between homesteaders find caltle i-ancli- ers in early Wyoming DRAMA: KmiM-geiicy, 9 p.m., II. Various cases bring the paramedics lo the scene to administer to the vic- tims prior to hospitalJzation. BALLET SPECIAL: Three In One. p.m., Cll. 7. Performances of three distinct styles of dance. NEWS SPECIAL: President Nixon, p.m., Cli 7. President Nixon is seen, live via saiellile. on a visit lo tho Great Wall of China. INTERVIEW: David Frosl, 12 miclniglil, Ch. A salute lo Broadway's "Hair" ivilli the cast performing 11 numbers from the show. THURSDAY MOVIE MELODRAMA: "Guns. Girts anil 1 p.m., Cli. 7. Tough-guy dialogue, hard-boiled hoodlums and lU.imie Van Dortn. MOVIE DllAMA: Willi n I p.m., Cli, 13. A young girl who has escaped from prison threatens the ca- reer of a politically ambitious man. ANGLO'S Ptograini an lined radio dnarttvlllbn flatten. Any variation In program .icnedlili.-fa to latt- ilbllKy of th> Herald or Anglo Dlilrlbulori Sinn and Photographic Centra. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Spoili Morley McGill with Contemporary News WEDNESDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Hegland Jack Newfeld CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY World at 5.30 Jim Ellltit Rob Ingram Show CBC Request Acllon News, Wlhr, Jp Jorin Walker Show Phone Bill Shnv a.m. Doug Ander- Wayne flarry ion Show Probe 1220 Tolal Irform Jolm Oliver Beryl Clark News, Wlhr, Sport News and Grain 1 Jack Thys Rob Ingram World al Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour PAON- THRU SAT. Don MacMaslcr Concerli (Bob Consle) Don Hsdman Don MacMasIrr 1.00 Sign-Oil C3R Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Alherla Concerfi THURSDAY World al Six Newi Opener AS It Happen! Vancouver Chamber World nr 9 Concern Arts Counlry Bdwenn CJ Bl 'S RatJm Noon Sporls, VJHir OrtheslrB Srhnnls f-rcm Cspilals Spcrls, wthr Mnx f-erguson Five Nighl; a wceK Jair Track World fll SONY Compact Complete STEREO SYSTEM Firs! We Model HP 218 Furnished In beauliful wal- nuf finish, AM FM radio, FM sfereo, record changer, 8 Irack tape deck and speakers. Plenty of power and beauliful sound. Suggested Retail