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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE l.cTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, 21, 1975 Support your local INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S 642 13th Street North, Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! FOOD COSTS ARE LOWER AT MAYFA1R FOODS APPLE -3 PINEAPPLE CUBES 5 PINEAPPLE TIDBITS 5 98 SLICED PINEAPPLE 5 98 CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 5 98 Rosedalo Choice 14-oz. 6 for 98C DflQ FOOD Perky...... 8 for 7OC Cream Corn R05edde 6 te 98c Javex Bleach............ 78c Beans and PorkT' El 6 Tor 98c Straw. Jam Heinz.........15-er. Instant Coffee Maxwell 2 for 89C 1.89 Evap. Milk ToP vak, 5 1.00 Polish Dills Plain Dills Bick, 79c Plain Dills WG 4s.ox.79c Caf Chow 39c Lettuce Watermelon Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Cheddar Cheese Red leaf mild, random weight leu PKG. Cracker Barrel KNA.....12-oz. 79c French Fries 2 fo 98c Corn on the Cob 4 49c Cod Fillets High im.r 88c 23 99 Corn on the Cob 49" Nectarines 49" Apricots M N., ,k 39" California, Canada No. ..................Ib. 12-14 Ib. average each CALIFORNIA FRESH CALIFORNIA FRESH Canada No. 1 Ib. HUMMUS Canada No _ ,b We Invite You To Try Our Meats 'The Best In Town Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice Canada Good "We Will Cut Our Meals To Suit Your Reauiremenis" CHUCK STEAK or A A ROUND BONE ROAST U" Fresh Ground Beef 69" Jumbo Bologna.m, ,49s Cross Rib Roast Baby Beef Liver STORE HOURS: Mon., TUBS., Wed., Sat, a.m. till p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p m MIHALIK'S 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! ON LARGE ORDERS 22, 23, 24 The Right foods Cars pulling loads can be dangerous OSHAWA, Ont. (CP) Will) vacation time approach- ing ils peak, the highways will be busy wilh cars hauling camping and other types trailers. Ths exports remind that pulling such a load calls for a different type of opera- tion than that for which the car was primarily designed. General Motors has issued a set ol brochures wilh tips to trailer-haulers about special equipment and safe driving practices. In Its trailer tips, GM says it must be remembered first that a car with a trailer be- comes not only a load-carry- ing vehicle but also a load- puller. Certain components such as springs, tires, brakes, cooling systems, lights and steering may be affected dif- ferentlj. GM says that recreation boat trailer to motor home is often Ibs most dangerous traffic on C a n a d a 's through through neglect. CHECK TIRES People run boat trailers for years without checking the air pressure in the tires or greas- calendar of local happening} The Ladies Auxiliary to FOE No. 2100, will hold a regular meeting oa Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall. The regular meeting of Do- minion Rebekah Lodge will be held in the Oddfellows Hall on Thursday at 8 p.m. The regular meeting of the Auxiliary to the Southland Nursing Home will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home. The Lethbridge Registered Music Teachers' Associa- tion will hold a supper meet- ing with the Royal Conserva- tory of Toronto examiners Thursday at p.m. in the Town Chef. tog the wheel bearings. House trailers have an added danger. There's always an extra a tools and odds and ends thrown into the trailer. The tires sometimes end up supporting double the weight they were built for. Here are some of GM's tips: Double your margin of safety. Allow twice the usual space to stop, twice the dis- tance to pass, and reduce the normal driving speed by 10 to 15 miles an hour. Keep in mind that sharp curves, even moderate winds and crowded roads can do tricky things to trailers. Don't act too suddenly in unusual situations. With a trailer, any driving mistake can be compounded. Don't brake too suddenly. If a tire blows or a bearing seizes, the trailer can cause the car to fishtail. Try to stop in a straight line, gradually, by pumping the brakes lightly. AIM HEADLIGHTS If you drive a lot at night, check the headlight aiming. The weight of a trailer can lower the rear of the car and raise the headlamp pattern into the eyes of approaching drivers. A heavy-duty cooling sys- tem helps in hilly terrain or mountains. If you haven't one and you find yourself driving in hilly terrain, put the trans- mission selector into low or downshift to lower gear to Should there be overheating, Should there he overheating, stop. Park the car, put it to neutral and run the engine at a fast idle until the tempera- ture returns to normal. In city driving with the trailer in tow, try to keep in the right hand lane. It allows faster traffic to pass easier. In backing up, steer just the opposite to the way you would when backing up the car alone. Before you back the car and trailer combined, pos- ition them in a straight line. Drive slowly until you .be- come used to the unit. Re- member the extra weight of the trailer and try to antici- .pate situations. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: My son is 58 years old. He had a stroke last year and is partially crippled. His insurants and early retirement money takes good care of him so has no financial problem. The woman he wants to marry is 43 years of age. Sha has four children. One child is still at home with her a 15-year-old boy. I am against this marriage but I cannot persuade my son I am right. I don't believe it would ba fair to a 43-year-old woman to marry a man who can't gtva her the physical pleasures she is entitled to. I have not discussed this with him because it is not a subject for a mother and a son. But it bothers me a great deal. The wo- man is very cool toward me because she knows I am against the marriage. They seem to get along fine together but I'm afraid after they are married it will be a different story. What do you think Louisiana Reader DEAR LOU: I think a 58-year-old man does not need his mother's permission to get married. Also, you don't know what their personal life is like and it's none of your business. It might be better than you think. You should be pleased that your son has found a woman he wants to marry and who wants to marry him. Stop trying to undermine the situation and wish them luck. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a 20-year-old college stu- dent and I can't believe the things people write to you about. The letters I read in the papers seem so absurd for ex- ample, the 14-year-old girt who fell in love with the bus driver, and all those idiots who fall for married men. Do you believe they are real? My hunch is that they are from a bunch of clowns who are trying to get their letters in the paper. Level with me, Ann. Don't you think the people who write to you arc a little weird CMC In Kalamazoo DEAR G.: The other guy's problem sounds a little weird until something similar happens to you. If you haven't seen yourself in the column yet, keep reading. You will. Suddenly other people's problems will seem a lot less nutty. DEAR ANN LANDERS: If you tell me to M.Y.O.B. 1'H do it. Here's the problem: Our daughter and her little friend Mona are both in the seventh grade. They enjoy being to- gether. Moaa has a sister in the eighth grade who is nearly two years older. She is considered a slow learner. This old- er girl must be included in every invitation Mona gets or Mona can't go. Her mother insists on it. She feels it is the only way the older girl will have a social h'fe. I believe this is very unfair to her younger sister and her friends. Please tell me what to do about this, if anything. Thanks, Ann. Silent But Seething DEAR S.: Since Mona and her little friend are In the same grade they have the same teacher. If she is an under- standing person, she might be the ideal person to speak to the mother. The older girl is being done a disservice. She should not be foisted on her younger sister's friends but en- couraged to make friends on her own. EATON'S SAVE Eaton's Quality Diamonds, Attractive Ring Settings Men's and Women's Styles No Down Payment: Terms Thursday, June 22nd, Through June 30th Eaton's own "Halo Cur" flawless diamonds set in 14 Knrat Yellow Gold with IB Karat White Gold settings or all 18 Karat While Gold. Buy right now and save on each ring you buy. On sale Thursday, June 22nd, through Friday, June 30th. Three-Stone Ring Full-Cut Diamonds SAIE 262.50 Three 14-pt, diamonds In oil 18 kt. while or 14 kt, yellow gold setting. 21 Pt. Diamond Engagement Ring 5AIE 187.50 Full cut centre diamond with two shoulder dia- monds. Wedding Ring SALE Matching wedding ring lej with four diamonds. Only a portion of the rings shown shown priced from others no! 750.00 Three-Stone Ring SALE 375.00 All 18 kt. white gold wilh 34 pi. blue sapphire cen- tre stone and two dia- monds weighing 42 pi. total. T2 Pt. Diamond Man's Rfng SAL. 112.50 Full-cut centre dfamond in handsome 10 kt. yellow gold setting. 8 Pt. Diamond Engagement Ring SALE 75.00 Full-tuf diamond lolitafrs in white or yellow gold setting. Wedding Ring SALE Plain band to match above. 13 Pt. Diamond Engagement Ring SALE 112.50 Full-tut cenlre diamond ond two ahoufder dia- monds. Wedding Ring SALE 48.75 Set with three diamonds. jL 26 Pt. Diamond Engagement Ring SAL. 225.00 Full-cut diamond solitaire in I-t kl, yellow gold or 18 kt. while gold setting. Wedding Ring SALE Matching with one wedding diamond, 22 Pt. Diamond Engagement Ring 225.00 Full-cut centre diamond with one diamond on each shoulder, Wedding Ring 5A1E 63.7S Wafching wedding 'hand wjih four diamonds- Diamonds, Main Floor with your COKIEJ-TRUE Shop Eaton't Thursday and Friday from 9 'III 9. Buy 328-8811 ;