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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Joint space shot planned for 75 HOUSTON (AP) United States and Soviet space experts said here they have agreed lo a basic technical outline lor a joint space mission in 197j and work on hardware needed lor the mission will begin immedi- ately. Soviet and U.S. space offi- cials, reporting on two weeks of talks here, told a news confer- ence that hasic agreements on design of a compatible clocking system and a schedule Tor a mission to test the system have been achieved. "We have arrived at many agreements which will allow us to proceed to the detailed design of (lie hardware necessary for us to carry out this very impor- tant demonstration o[ a compat- ible rendezvous and docking s y s t e said Christopher Kraft, director of the Manned Spacecraft Centre. Boris N. Pefrov, president of the Council of Intercosmos and head of a 22-member Soviet del- egation here for the discussions, said the agreements reached here "can hardly be overesti- mated in importance." He said the developmnt will include "an entirely new, novel docking system which is at this time not in existence in ci- ther country." "In the future, such an ar- rangement assures the possibil- ity of one spacecraft coming to the assistance of another if it is he said. Glynn Lunney, U.S. technical director of the Apollo-Soyuz test project, and his Soviet counter- part, K. D. Bushuyev, briefly described the mission sequence. Lunney said a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft with two men aboard will be launched first. About hours later, an American Apollo spacecraft, with three men aboard, will be launched from Cape Kennedy, Fla. About one day later, the Apollo spacecraft will link up wilh the Soviet spacecraft. Lunney said that two U.S. as- tronauts will visit the Soviet spacecraft and then return to the Apollo for a sleep period. The next day, two astronauts will again go into the Soyuz. One American will stay there and the other astronaut will es- cort a cosmonaut into the Apollo craft. Later, the spacemen will return to their respective space- craft and the ships will separate after 48 hours of being together. NOTICE! OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION Does NOT CLOSE For VACATION We Are Open For Business As Usual During The Summer "4 Optical Dispensers On Duty To Serve You" Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Solurday 9 a.m. to p.m. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. t 30B-7lh. ST, S. IETHBRIOGE Phone 3Z7.3609 Wtdneidny. July 19, 1972 THE LETHBFtlDGE HERALD 5 SURPRISE Susie the cot silently sneaks up on Chest- er the cowbird so she can surprise him with a big kiss. This reversal of nature went on for a couple of weeks in a Toronto home, with the cat and the bird even sharing sleeping quarters and snacks of bread and milk. But alas, poor bird, he died. Not from kindness but from in- juries sustained at birth. GOP convention fuss forecast MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Large and militant street dem- onstrations will likely greet the Republican national convention when it rolls into town next month. Police and protest planners say they want a repeat of the peaceful demonstrations that accompanied the Democratic national convention last week, but nobody is taking bets on it. ANNOUNCEMENT DR. JOHN W..MATHER would like to announce he has joined his General Dentistry practice with that of DR. B. J. V. HOVER of.121 .McForland. Building For appointment phone 327-4140 ON SALE: JULY 19 to JULY 29 WHILE QUANTITIES LAST! OPEN DAILY A.M. TO P.M. THURSDAY and FRIDAY A.M. TO P.M. Your local INDEPENDENT Grocer MiHALiK's maulair MAYFAIR FOODS v foods t 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 Your Bargain Store "We Invite You To Try Our Meats-The Best In Town" Mayfair Foods Canada Choice Canada Good ''We Will Cut Our Meats To Suit Your Requirements" CLUB or T-BONE if I I" Mil Canada Choice ll I krllmV Canada Good, Fresh Ground Beef Wieners Pk9 s''lcet' Bacon HaniS WhTle, 69'' Varieties 6 01. 3 1 SUGAR 10 b 135 while, Alberta Fine Granulated........................... W bag I APPLE JUICE M Aylmer or Tomato.......... lO-oi. tins for WIIRACLE WHIP TOILET TISSUE Wondersoft, Assorted........................4 roll pack King Size pkg 5-lb. Cream Corn Assfd Apple Sauce 5 Spaghetti 5 for Danish Bacon Rice Krispies 2 alL Mayfair Foods Dairy and frozen Products Cheese Slices Kralt........ I6.OI. 98c Margarine S8io 3 ib. Pkg. 69c Cheddar Cheese 5coHperlb. French Fries eaTX 2 98c Fish Lemonade 3 for 98c Canned PopX CHARCOAL BRIQUETS _ PERFEX BLEACH CORN 0" 'he COB Washington ciflNv Canada No. 1 B.C. New Crop Canada No. 1 CABBAGE WATERMELON NECTARINES BANANAS California Canada No. 1 California Peacock 13-16 Ibs. each 39 Golden Ripe........................ STORE HOURS: Won., Tues., Wed., ond Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurs and Fri. 9 a.m. til 9 p.m. Prices Effective July 20r 21, 22 YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK' MAYFAIR FOODS Moods i FREE CITY DELIVERY IN LARGE ORDERS We Reserva The Right To Limit Quantities. 642 13th Street N. Phone 328-5742 ;