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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 21, 1971 WHOOP-UP "DOLLAR" DAYS! PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri., and Sat. July 22, 23, 24! SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE! Foods Meats Canada Choice Canadao Good CANADA CHOICE-CANADA GOOD RED OR BLUE BRAND STEER BEEF ROUND STEAK 89 Canada Choice Canada Good Red or Blue Brand Steer Beef lb. Ground Fresh Hourly RUMP ROASTS GROUND BEEF 59c PICNIC 39c FRYING CHICKENS 39c PORK STEAKS 49c BLEACH PINK SALMON BEANS WITH PORK CANNED POP APPLE JUICE SIDES OF PORK 38' Cut and Wrapped for Your Freezer lb. Perfex 64 fl. 01. jug Clover Leaf..............7 oz. net wt. tins Aylmer........14 fl. oz. tins Top Valu, Assorted Flavors 2J 10 fl. oz. tins for for .00 Sun-Rype Blue Label 48 fl. oz. tins 7 5 J 12 for 3 .IICC3C wllliCS wt pkgs. w for I Mayfair Foods Produce "Flavour Fresh" ORANGES 7 51 California Valencies............... I bag LETTUCE ONIONS WATERMELONS California Fresh, Canada No. 1 Heads Medium Cookers, Canada No. 1 4 for ........3 Ib. net wt. bag Peacock Ripo and Juicy, 39' .00 Mihalik's 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! STORE HOURS: Mon. Tuos. Sol. 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Wod. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Thurs. Fri. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Bartlett's WARNER, ALTA. STORE HOURS: Mon.-Tuoj.-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Wod. 9 a.m. p.m. School grants doubled OTTAWA (CP) Federal payments to the provinces for post-secondary education have more than doubled in four years imti will go up by almost an- ciher onc-lliird in tile next two years. Finance Minister Edgar Ben- son told the provinces last week the federal government will in- crease the current "fiscal trans- now million a year, by 15 per cent each year to more than miiiiun in the fiscal year 1973-74. They are currently paid on a three-way formula geared to the rising operating costs of univer- sities, colleges, and oilier post- secbndarv educational i n s t i- lutes. The new formula of a straight 15-per-cent annual in- crease is designed to put a ceil- ing on the mounting cost to the federal government. Some sources say ceilings might also be applied to other federal grants to the provinces which now are geared simply to rising costs. Federal and provincial fi- nance and welfare ministers have been trying for years to find some way to limil the ris- ing costs of welfare programs under the Tar.ada Assistance Plan. Though the subject lias been tossed back and forth be- tween the ministers and meet- ings of prime ministers and pre- miers, nothing concrete ha; been agreed upon. MAY SET LIMIT ALONE Some sources indicate the fed- eral government now is prepar- ing to set its own limit. The 15- per-cent-a-year formula adopted I f o r post-secondary education grants may be indicative of what Ottawa has in mind. Finance ministers are to tac- Want police health check rescinded CALGARY (CP) The Cal- gary Police Association has ap- pealed to the City Police Com- mission to rescind its decision requiring all policemen to have physical examinations. The decision for mandatory examinations was made by a locally appointed police com- mission, which was disbanded July 1, and the appeal will be heard by a provineially appoint- ed commission later this month. Sgt. Philip Crosby Jones, president of the association, said some policemen "are bit- terly ir-posed to and highly in- censed by compulsory examin- ations." The examinations were rec- ommended after similar physi- cals were instituted for fire- men Mowing the death of a firefighter who may have been suffering from a heart problem. THE TOTAL Irishmen drank a total of 143 million pints of beer in the year ending March 31, com- pared to only 1.5 million gallons of whisky and 1 million gallons of wine. kle Canada Assistance Plan fi- nancing again in the fall, about the time Prime Minister Tru- deau meets provincial premiers for a general discussion of rela- tions between the two levels of government, exclusive o[ consti- tutional questions. Federal assistance to post- secondary education since 1ES7, has been directed more to op- erating costs than to capital construction. The grants are called "fiscal transfers" because they are a mixture of outright cash pay- ments, and federal withdrawal from some income and corporation taxes to make room for provincial levies. HELP POORER PROVINCES They amount to 50 per cent of the pcr-capila opcratinfi cosls incurred by the provinces in post-secondary education, dis- trlbulcil among the provinces in a manner to bring payments to the less wealthy provinces up to a national averaic. Special arrangements are pr o v i d c d for Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island and New Bnmswick, which have distinc- tive post-secondary educfdon problems. The provinces are not entirely happy with the new 15-per-cent- a-year formula. Some of them benefited more than others from the plan in effect since and those that were slower to take advantage of it now feel they are hurt by the curtailment. Grants in Hie fiscal year ended March 31, 1968, totalled SJ25 million. They rose to million in 1970-71, million this year and unJer the new for- mula would grow to about SI.169 million in 1973-74. LOUD ASTOU Aslor of Ilcvcr, cliic[ propri- etor of the London Times from lo IMG, anil a key figure in British public life, (lied in Cannes, France. He was 85. COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM Registrations are Being Taken for the Following Programs DAY CAMPS Henderson Lake Day Camp YOUTH PROGRAMS 13-20 YRS. 3 DROP IN CENTRES GILBERT PATERSON CATHOLIC CENTRAL WINSTON CHURCHIll HIGH SCHOOL CANOE CAMPING Aug. 9 Bowron Lakes Wilderness Trip. per person 16 yrs. and over. Exper- ienced canoeisfs buf nol excellent. CANOE CAMPING TRIPS July It 16 and over Registration! and information will be taken at the Community Summer Program office al the rotet Centre or phone 328-8021. 3 one week ccmps (July 26. Aug. 2. Aug. per child Park Lake Day Camp 2 two week camps (July 26, Aug. 9) per child Activities consist of Arts and Crafts, Music, Drama Games, Swimming, Nature Study. In the Centre of Things. "WHOOP-UP DAYS" Wednesday, July 21st VIMY LOUNGE LOUIE AND HIS LAMPLIGHTERS WITH DAVE SHEARER Friday, July 23rd BEAVER ROOM "THE METROS" AND JOYCE AND HER ROPE Thursday, July 22nd VIMY IOUNGE "THE SUNSET 4" AND JOYCE AND HER ROPE Saturday, July 24th VIMY LOUNGE "SUNSET 4" BEAVER ROOM THE PEOPLES CHOICE Royal Canadian Legion GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. DON'T MISS LETHBRIDGE'S 75fh ANNIVERSARY All this Week Thru Saturday, July 24th STAGE SHOW GRANDSTAND Last time tonight of CHUCKWAGON RACES and RODEO Thursday, Friday, Saturday at p.m. CASINO Daily Noon to a.m. In the Kaleidarti Building. Roulelle-Crown and Anchor Black Jack-Money Wheel! THOMAS SHOWS MIDWAY Rides Games Shows Fun AGRICULTURE and THE WORLD Whoop-Up Compound Zoo GATE ADMISSION Includes Horse Racei Adufli 1.00; Children 7-14 50c; under 7 Grandstand Reserved and Rush 1.00 HORSE RACES Par! Mutuel Betting Post Time 2 p.m. GARDEN Open daily from 12 noon Thursday thru Saturday Taber Polka House Matzanino Floor Fathion Show Tonight and Thurs. Free Open Air Dcmco Saturday ;