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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE July Seafood prices to drop Mass. The retail price of fish should be going down soon for the first time in five say market analysts in the United States. They say wholesale fish prices have declined about 15 per cent in the last four months and those decreases should soon start reaching consumers. should be some pret- ty good buys on seafood in the weeks said Hank a market specialist lor the National Marine Fisheries Service in Gloucester. Summer Fabric CLEARANCE We must make room for our new Fall and Winter soon. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR HOME SLEEVE PRESS BOARDS Reg 98 Special Specializing in DRAPERIES Dealers for BERNINA SEWING MACHINES BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE Centre Village Mall Phone 328-4536 Open Thursday and Friday til 9 DEATH GLYNN Passed away in Milk River on July following a lengthy ill- Mrs. Grace Mary Glynn at the age of 76 years of beloved wife of the late Mr. John Henry Glynn. Born in the late Mrs. Glynn moved to the Warner district in 1908 where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by one Mr. Donald Glynn of one Mrs. Campanian of nine four great- two sisters and one brother. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Wednesday July in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Warner. Re- quiem Mass will be celbrated at a.m. on August 1974 in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic with Rev. Father J. Schuster Celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the family plot Warner Cemetery. Friends may. pay their respects at the church from a.m. until prior to the time of service. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the funeral service. Phone 328- 2361. C691 IN MEMORiAM KNIGHT In loving memory of a dear who passed away July 1966. missed by his sister and family. 8663 IN MEMORIAMS NEILSON In loving memory of a dear who passed away July 1973. One lonely year has passed away since my great sorrow The shock which I received that I still remember My heart still aches with my secret tears still For what it meant to lose no one will ever When I am sad and and everything goes I seem to hear you and carry loving Chris. 8861 BURCHAK In loving memory of a dear son and v F Thomas passed away July t 1968- A On that sad when you km IpJfflr11 asleeP- SflBS Leaving memories for us to Within our hearts you'll always Loved and remembered every day. remembered and sadly missed by Patsy and Beverly. 8662 CAN'T TRAP MEAT The vulture has weak feet with blunt claws not suited for catching and holding prey. PRICES EFFECTIVE AUGUST WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. foods i BULK LB Ideal For Barbecuing Round Steak Rump Roast Turkeys Cooked Meats CANADA GRADE A LB. CANADA GRADE A LB. UTILITY 6-14 LB. Wieners 69' jcuing 149 4 VARIETIES 6 OZ. NET WT. YORK FANCY HALVES Peaches 14 fl oz..................flViR I V STEAK HOUSE STEMS PIECES Mushrooms 9s7Qc 10fl.oz...............fcR I V YORK FANCY Peas 14fl.oz. DUNCAN HINES AH6EL FGOD Cake Mix 700 14oz. netwt.................. W RED LEAF LONG GRAIN Rice 2 Ib. netwt. KELLOGG'S 99 Corn Flakes 700 24 oz. net wt.................. I V ALL DISHWASHER Detergent J09 Graham Wafers ROt 13V20Z. netwt................WW 35 oz. netwt. CHRISTIES HONEY MAID ASSORTED COLORS Handi-Wipes goo 12 Towels .......'...........VV Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon AUGUST 1 Your birthday Readjustment touches all daily swift tides of historic changes run strongly all year. Enterprises you began long ago diverge into stimulating new directions. Your ideas of success may shift abruptly with current experience. Today's natives tend to be advocates of unconventional usually have attractive personalities. ARIES 21-April Career questions build pressures on you to move quickly. Just call your shots as you go. in tactful terms. More emphasis on details is essential. TAURUS 20-May The farther away your business the greater the need for hard information. Patience do what is at hand. Meditation brings an unusual response from within. GEMINI 21-June Let your reserves alone for the deal with short- term problems obvious moves. Seek technical advice on whatever you don't understand completely. CANCER 21- July Sudden differences of opinion arise where a tactless word sets off accumulated tensions. You'll be proud of your self-restraint if you get past this one okay. LEO 23-Aug It may seem to you that mixed coincidences prevail today. There's a message for you somewhere in the pattern. Contemplation will bring you inspiration. VIRGO 23-Sept Your comments are more penetrating than most people care to hear. Th less the better results Your dependents are costly to maintain. Ask the LIBRA 23-Oct Personal needs continue to infringe on work. Since pleasing all is set a moderate course that pleases let others get used to it. SCORPIO 23-Nov Prepare for expansion where you conserving reserves against varying demands. Travel is not favored to produce results. Contracts are still incomplete. SAGITTARIUS 22-Dec Temptation is to plunge into overly optimistic with others' money as well as your on sketchy information. More discussion may save your resources. CAPRICORN 22-Jan Associates seem determined to block progress. Be sure your own point of view has adequate supporting facts before you force any decisions. AQUARIUS 20-Feb Time out to care for your health. Never mind complexities from changes in work avoid extra duty. You have important studies to make in the evening. PISCES With others apt to be at cross purposes and in somewhat of a see how serene you can Benefits to all begin with your own. Fun with figures By J.A. H. HUNTER like these oranges at 95 cents a said picking some from the I'll take some of those 59 cents a Len told her. can have the benefit of the dozen prices for Betty smiled. very she choosing her apples. that will be for the She was right How many of each did she Yesterday's BOMB was 1681. Flashback Dr. Hawley Harvey an American and his Ethel Le were arrested 64 years ago today in 1910 at the pilot station at Father near Que. Crippen was sought for one of the most grisly murders in the history of the mutilation and slaying of his wife. The arrest marked the first use of transatlantic radio for tracking down a criminal. Crippen was hanged Nov. 1910. 1498 Columbus discovered the island of Trinidad. 1877 Thomas A. Edison patented the first sound- recording ancester of the phonograph. 1914 Britain rejected a German demand that she re- main neutral in the event of a war with Russia and France. 1929 The German the Graf began its transatlantic flight with 19 a crew of 40 and one stowaway. It reached five days later. 1945 The United States cruiser Indianapolis was torpedeod in the Philippine Sea with the loss of 880 men. Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I have always wanted to buy a home bicycle exerciser. This thought is always up there in my head. I don't know if it is beneficial or harmful to me. I have the puffy varicose veins on my legs. They are the superficial kind you can see and are not really bad. I don't have pain with them. Can a home bicycle exerciser be harmful to someone who has varicose veins such as I What benefits to help keep trim on what part of the body can I never go a day without my support hose. Dear Reader A home bicycle exerciser should not be as harmful as standing or walking. The veins stand out in the leg because of the influence of gravity. As you have they disappear when you lie down or elevate your legs enough. While peddling the bicycle you actually shorten the dis- tance between the ankle and the heart with each cycle. the leg is not straight down as it is in walking. If you wear your support hose when cycling you may even get some pumping action or massage effect to move the blood out of the veins and toward the heart. I would think a person with the limited problem you describe could use a bicycle exerciser without any difficulty. A home bicycle exerciser or stationary bicycle can be used very effectively to provide ex- Goran on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN c The cniciw Tribune Both vulnerable. South deals. NORTH Q 10 8 4 7 3 9 5 4 3 6 WEST EAST A K 5 J 9 DELNOR FROZEN California Had. Ib...........69 ApNCOtS Canada No. 1 B.C.. Ifa.......39 109 ________ Cantaloupe Corn on the Mushrooms 1 Ib. netwt. SWANSONS Chicken Dinner 11 oz. net wt. TOP-VALU Orange Juice BUCK DIAMOND SINGLE SLICES BUTTERNUT HIGH LINER Cheese 919 Margarine 149 Fish Sticks 750 Past. Proc. 2 Ib. ....................A netwt............................ IV SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S Finest Quality Cut to Your 642 -13th Street North Phone 328-5742 FREE. City dtllvtry on Orders. WadnMday and Saturday to 9 Thuradiy Frldiy 9 a.m. to p.m. J 8 6 Q 10 2 J973 SOUTH 6 2 VA K J 10 4 K 7 10 The South West North East 1 V Pass 2 V Pass 4 V Pass Pass Pass Opening King of A Great brilliancies on defense are few and far between. Sometimes a simple bit of deception can be as effective. as East demonstrated here. North did well when he elected to raise his partner's suit rather than respond one spade or one no trump. At a heart he had a ruffing value because of his doubleton and since his hand was worth only one bid. he decided to make the response likely to be most helpful to his partner. After receiving South's hand revalued to 20 so he jumped straight to game. West led the king of and the sight of dummy did little to bring joy to East's Knonm T hp cniilrl rio something about it. dummy's spades were going to produce two tricks for declarer. He saw a ray of he could convince declarer that he held a doubleton declarer might be reluctant to subject the queen of spades to being ruffed as he might need the lady for a discard. To create the impression that he could ruff the third round of East started an echo on the first spade by playing the nine. West con- tinued with the ace of and East completed his message by following with the two. when West led a third declarer took East's echo at face value. He needed the queen of spades for a diamond so he took the finesse for the jack of spades. Much to his East won the trick with the jack to complete the defensive book. The queen of spades was still there for a diamond but declarer had to concede a trump trick for down one. Note that the contract would be made if East follows routinely with the three of spades to the first trick. Best defense is for West to shift to a club at trick two. Declarer wins in cashes the ace and king of trumps and leads a spade. The fourth spade takes care of declarer's losing diamond while the ace of clubs is still in dummy as an entry. Declarer loses only two spade tricks and a trumo. ercise. You will have to do quite a bit of cycling just as you have to do a lot of walking to Use up the calories in a single pound of fat. But like if you do it regularly every day it will help By the end of the year you will have used a lot of calories The key is to do it every day and not just for a few days You should think of it as having the same effects as walking or jogging. Its effect on getting rid of fat is mostly on the total picture of using calories It has no slimming effect on any particular part of your but it has a general effect. it has good effects in helping to promote the circulation and when used properly and regularly it might have some benefit in helping to prevent heart attacks. A good place to use the in- door bicycle is right in front of the television set. You can peddle while watching your favorite program. That way the television time can be converted to an exercise period and believe me a lot of people need to make that change. You have to use the sta- tionary bicycle sensibly just as you do other forms ol exer- cise. That means you start at a low level and then slowly increase the amount you do. You can also gradually increase the tension on the wheel to increase the work you do The stronger the ten- the more you will be inclined to develop large thigh muscles. IP general. I believe it is better to set the bicycle at a tension you can manage then don't try to peddle too fast. This will permit you to peddle longer at a time rather than a short period of intense work Eventually you might make it through a whole T.V. program that way. Send your questions to Dr. in care of this new- P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on losing send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Trailer plant workers give strike notice Employees of Lethbridge's second largest trailer plant gave the company strike notice and will be legally able to strike Thurs- a union spokesman said today. Hartley spokesman for Local 2998 of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of said Prcbuilt Industries Ltd was given the notice as a result of a unanimous vote at a union meeting Monday. The strike valid for a was taken Seventy-five per cent of those eligible 85.7 per cent of them in favor of strike he said ;