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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Wednesday, January 26, 1971 Support your local INDEPENDENT GROCER MALIK'S 642 13th Street North, Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! WE HAVE SPECIALS ON CASE FOODS WE INVITE YOUR TO TRY OUR MEATS "THE BEST IN TOWN" Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good "We will cut our meat to suit your requirements" ROUND STEAK .09 Canada Red or Blue Brand Steer Beef......Ib. 1 RUMP or PRIME RIB ROAST CANADA RED OR BLUE BRAND STEER BEEF Ib. 1 ,09 I UTKGVS LiMale, Grade 14-16 Ib. average jb. 40 Loins of Pork BOIOCIIICI By the piece Ib. Aylmer Fancy Cream Corn M.O, 5 1.00 PeaS Aylmer fancy ossr. 14-oz. 5 for 1.00 DetCrgGIlt Encore Bulk 5-lb. 1.19 Apple Juice 3 far 1.00 Tissue 2T 79c Brenfwood Standard Bamell MOIIIeS ink white ellow 200's w for J 1 AA 4 for I.UU aft. Luncheon Meat 12-oz. tin 69c Dog Food RedTop lOc pink, white, yellow 200's 12-oz. tin Vegetable Oil we, Vegetable Oil WeS, m.n. 2.19 Bayer Aspirins i00s79c Cake Mixes H00d Honey spice, white, chocolate, devils food 18-oz. J7t lUUgil JJIUp Buckley's large 77C Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Margarine Cheese Spread r i6-0z. 99c 99c Green Beans Green Peas Fro r. French Fries Kraft, sliced process, i AM Cheese canilllian 1.89 Boneless Cod SnoCop 2 }M 2lb 2 for 1.00 __ 2lb 3 1.00 85c 14..z. Mayfair Foods Produce "Flavour Fresh" BANANAS Golden Yellow Sunkist Navel Oranges Mac Apples Imported Cucumbers Radishes or Green Onions Consumer pk., app. 12 Ibi. Vu pk., B.C. grown. Con. Grade Cee........................ Bo: Large, Canada No. 1 Cello, Canada No. 1 STORE HOURS: Won., Tues., Wed., Sot a.m. till p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. lo p.m. MIHALIK'S Prices Effective January 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge" 27' 28' 29 Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! Tht Right To Limit Quanlillei foods t ON LARGE ORDERS HE'S A BIG BOY NOW-Five-month-old Whelan eyes his mother closely as she holds him in Toronto's Soar- borough General Hospital. When he was born, Kevin was the smallest child ever delivered ot the hospital-a mere 28 ounces. Kevin now weighs in at almost 10 pounds and is expected to go home soon. BoyJe's Column By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) The future is a guessing game. The past is not. That's why so many people often prefer it to the future. The past is fixed. It happened. The more memories you have, the greater is your life. You've had a pretty full life if you can look and remember In a large family there was always something entertain- ing going if it was only the baby getting another attack of hiccups. Everytime he gave a hiccup his face got such a surprised look that all the other children laughed out loud. One of the delights a little girl had in searching through the attic was to find and play with an old-fashioned painted fan. TIN BOX KEPT SHARES Practically every other prosperous farmer had a tin box in which he kept his worthless shares of oil and mining testi- monials of collapsed gct-rich- quick dreams. One of the certainties of a 10-year-old boy's life was the belief that, if he picked up a hoptoad under a street light tonight, when he woke up the next morning his fingers would be covered with warts. But frogs didn't do that to a fellow. Everybodyin town felt sorry and kind of startled when the undertaker's wife died of pneumonia during the great flu epidemic. Somehow you had never thought death would touch the member of an undertaker's family. Grandpa thought the younger generation had gone to hell when his son bought an alarm dock to be sure he got to his factory job on time. All Grandpa had ever needed to up and face his farm chores was the sound of a rooster in the barnyard salul ing the rising sun. The average man wafi more likely to inherit debts than dollars. TWO KINDS OF LOAFERS A rural country courthouse usually had two groups o on the county payroll and those who would like to get on it. There were almost as many wooden Indians around as live Indians. When a young fellow cami back home with a college de- gree, all (he neighbors won- dered whether it had ruinec him for honest work. Come to think of it, however, that's pretty much the way it still is today, isn't it If a fellow didn't trust his local doctor, he could always take the sage advice of his local druggist and buy a bot- tle of cure-all patent medicine for 95 cents. It tasted so bad he knew it must do him some good. Even if a fellow thought hard all day long, it was hard for him to think up a good reason for staying up after midnight except on Saturdays. Those were the member Steam-driven passenger bus gurgles in anti-smog test OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) A steam-powered passenger bus tooled quiclly through the streets today, emitting one- fifth as much smog as a com- parable diesel-powered bus. And an occasional gurgle. "It floats along very said passenger Hurt Trubody after the bus took the streets for the first time. The only difference noticea- ble to the ordinary bus rider was the silence and the quicker acceleration. And a gurgle or two. "Nothing to said Kerry Napuk, manager of the pro- ject for Scientific Analysis, Inc., referring to the gurgles. Some plumbing was loose." Driver Payton Colvin, 44, said: "I like it fine." The bus is being tested by the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District to see if steam can be used to propel mass to sec if (he public will accept steam buses. COST Berkeley engineer William Brobcck hand-built the en- gine, boiler and condenser units at n cost of in nn experiment funded by the U.S. government. From the outside, the bus looks like nny of AC transit's other 750 dicsel-powcrcd, 51- scat buses. Inside, it has feet of continuous copper tub- ing and a three-cylinder dou- blc-cxpunslon steam engine that can mil all day on 50 gallons of wnlcr. The flrsl day public test turned up two bugs: The engine was burning twice a? much fuel as a dicsel, and the condenser apparently got fouled so the 50-gallon tank of water had to be refilled after 30 miles. Even though the steam bus uses disel fuel to heat water into steam, the resulting pol- lution is less because the bur- ner consumes fuel more thor- oughly and does not emit the pollutants thrown off by com- bustion engines. police ignore their oivii advice CALGARY (CP) City police ignored Uieir own od- vicc here and a thief made off with nn unmarked squad car. Police have repeatedly said not leave cars unlocked with the engine running, even in temperatures o[ 30 below, But one constable ignored the warning Monday nnd left the car running near the entrance to Iho police ga- rage. The thief rammed a truck driven by an H.CMP officer ns he look off, struck an- other police cor nnd was fi- nally hailed by a police ga- rage worker who a car to force him Into n snow- bank. HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The Prince and the p.m., Ch. 7. The Grand Duke Charles, Regent of Carpalhia, invites an. American showgirl working on a London stage for "a late supper" at the Embassy. FLASHBACK: Hollywood: The Dream That Was, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of MGM and film clips with Dick Cavett narrating Hollywood past and present. DOCUMENTARY: This Land, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. This Is a profile of Canadian Eskimo Markoosie, author and pilot, postponed from an earlier date. FAIRYTALE OPERA; Hansel and Grelcl, p.m., Ch. 7. This is an opera for all ages based on the Brothers Grimm classic by the German composer Humperdinck. MOVIE THRILLER: p.m., Ch. 13. This story centres around high politics with intrigue and treach- ery involving French, American, Russian and Cuban se- curity, VARIETY: Tommy Banks Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Sing- er Catherine McKinnon and her husband, comedian Don Harron, are Tommys' guests. MOVIE DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 7. An am- bitious Japanese film about Lhe founder of Buddhism. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Ad- viser to 1972 Presidential candidate George McGovern, as- sociate editor of Sports Illustrated, Phyllis Newman and Tommy Tune are guests. THURSDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Veils of 1 p.m., Ch. 7. Antar gains the confidence of the Grand Vizier in order to thwart power-hungry despots of Bagdad. MOVIE COMEDY: "Here Come (he 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A bumbling producer (Bob struggles to get his new musical to Broadway, ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs are listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program ichedulfl is due to lad- minute changes by the fictions and ii not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News WEDNESDAY Nlwf THURSDAY Total Information jack Newfeld THURSDAY Jim Shearer Checllne Leo Dow if CJOC Beryl Clark WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY News, Wlhr, Sport World at Six Jim Ellior i mo News and Grain Hob Ingram Show CBC News Prices Request Action News, Wthr, Sport i-05 Jack ThV3 fl.-MJonn Walker Show Phone Bill Show 0 a.m. Doug Wayne Barry Rob son Show Probe 1220 World at Six if CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Concerls (Bob Consie] Dan MacMasler Don Hedm Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT Altsrla Concerls THURSDAY World Six News Eye Opener ,n Uannan. World at B 6-30 As It Happens Vancouver Chamber World 9 Concern Arts This Country Btlwten Ourselves Radio Noon News, Sports, wthr Orchestra Schojls From the Capitals News, Sporls, Wthr Max Ferguson Five Nights a weeK Jazz Track World at 6 The World Best MODEL TC-330 CASSETTE STEREO TAPE RECORDER A greet combination of open reel and cassette slereo lape recorder that makes a perfect stereo control centre. It offen tha convenient facility of duplicating from open reel to cassette or cassette 1o open reel. Features include: separ- ate bass and Ireble control, public address facilities, handy siorage bin for cassettes, 2 lid integrated high compliance 5" speakers for superb sound. Complele with 2 F-25 micro- phones, connecting cord and AC cord. SUGGESTED RETAIL................... ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steteo and tPhotoytapliic Cental 419 Sfh St. S. Phone 328-6922 WEDNESDAY Truth or CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) NIGHT Movie: Buddha B. THURSDAY Movie: Prlnca and Farm and Clly the Showgirl Today This Land Romper Room Hansel and Grelel Mr. Dressup Tommy Banks Canadian Schools News (c) Friendly Giant Teioprobe 7 Cher Hclcne Sesame street Mlday Movie: Veils of Bagdad (c) Galloping Gourmel Take JO Edge of Nlghr Family Court Drop In Trulh or Consequences CFCN-TV Leihbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WjEpNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Bewllched Thought for Day Beat The Clock CFCN News Special University of Air News (c) Hollywood: The Dream Factory MovJc: Topaz (c) Sportsbeat News (C) News Pendulum David FrosT House of Frlghlenstein Program Hlllghls 9.-05 Fashion In Sewing Parlons Francals Yoga In Conversation Ed Allen Pierre Berlon Movie: Hera Come Iho Girls (c) What's tha Good Word Anolher World fc) Anything You Can Do Dick Van DyKl Buckshot Fllnlstoncs (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Today Show (c) News Carol Burnell Medical Mnnnlx Cannon News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World Today In Montana Doclors (c) Concenlrallon Another World Sale of the Century Edge of Night Hollywood Squnrcs Corner Pyle Jeopardy Morv Griffin Who, What, Whero My Three Sons Gamete) News News NBC Nightly Nows Somerset News Agriculture As the World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) NIGHT News Ncwlywcd Game Caplflln Kangaroo News Dinah's Plnco Scc'cl Slorm Jock LdLannt Ono Life Audrey (c) Our Lives (c) Galloping Gourmcl Gonciol Hospllnl Whore Ihe Hoar) is oS WEDNESDAY News A: 00 News Room 323 Partridge Family t-M Forum News Persuaders Sonreh for Dick Cnvelt Tomorrow THURSDAY All My Children Gami Thnl Girl Qcwltthccl Pnssword Nows Firm (c) Llli Doal Ntwl ;