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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 22, 1974 Artificial caviar MOSCOW (Reuter) The Soviet Union has set up a peculiar assembly line to manufacture artificial caviar, the fish eggs long associated exclusively with the super-rich. The Novosti news service reports that the world's first automatic plant to produce artificial caviar has begun operating in Moscow with a capacity of 110 pounds an hour. The product, the Soviet Union's answer to the meatless ham- burger, is based on casein, a by-product of milk processing. A conveyor belt carries the pellets through a series of vats con- taining, among other things, tea. Finally they are given ar- tificial color, flavor and smell. Coin prices forced up TakethsPunge into a easur Don't wait until it's Now is t the tim swimmi BEA ._ ....._ to order your Pleasure I 3 trie pool is installed it will be ws Rg season. TTHE RUSH >ol Kit. By into the Do your With a and reli yard faciiitie: r vacations always seem either too shor PLEASURE POOL you can enjoy that ixation from spring through fall m the prt voiding the hustle and oustle of pujl jr too hectic7 Jiday type fun of your own ilic recreational Your PLEAS, Everyo invigof dip a VAI PLEAS' Watch to your POOLS QU, PLEASU material PLEASU after year' there are VER! 'vnole family will look and feel bet; JRE POOL Swimming is an excellenl le can benefit from swimming whether you iting early morning plunge to that rel "LEASURE POOL will contribute to your w :er because of a way to keep fit g or old From that ,mg late evening -being UEPLUS JRE POOLS are a sound investment not an property value increase with this economi pome Enjoy years of low cost care-free recreation 1 nanufactured by Canadians for the discriminate atravagance I addition EASURE Hal buyer LITY ENGINEERING 1 IE POOLS are the quality Canadian pools. Only the fU yind workmanship are utilized m their constructor! POOL is designed to givt you care-free enjoyment Despite the harsh extremes of our Canadian clim o worries with a PLEASURE POOL nest A ear ite. UTILITY Your PLE round rec entertaining skating, all par ,URE POOL is not only a place to swim, it is a [gation centre for your whole family. Suj picnicking or just relaxing, winter sliding 1 of the fun in store for the PLEASURE year er and CONTACT YOUR PLEASUI REP IAY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL Mike Bennison Phone 327-0686 After 6 p.m. Daily or Sundays OTTAWA (CD Rising sil- ver costs have forced up the price of the second issue of coins minted especially for the 1976 Olympic Games at Montreal, it was announced Friday. Postmaster-General Andre Ouellet told a news conference that other alter- natives considered by the Olympics committee (COJO) were reducing the silver tent of the coins or reducing their size. "To maintain both the qua- lity and continuity of the program, a final decision was made to retain the original dimensions and face values of the coins, as well as their silver content, but to increase prices roughly in line with silver price increases." The new four-coin series, which includes two each with and face values, will cost for the cheapest set, for one slightly better and for proof sets that are struck twice and which have a mirror finish on the smooth parts of the coins. Comparable prices for the first issue last December were and Individual coins encased in plastic now will cost for the com and for the coin instead of and re- spectively The latest Olympic coins are the second of seven proposed issues, from which the government hopes to raise a total of million for the 1976 Games. They are the first ever done by former Toronto graphic de- signer Anthony Mann, who said in an interview Friday that he submitted six designs out of about 30 he created all based on a theme of the ancient Greek Olympiad. All. in addition to carrying their denominations, have the words "Montreal 1976" and "Olympi- ade 1976 Olympiad" nm w? yawns OLYMPIC COINS as well as the symbol of the .Montreal Games, a variation on the five interlocking circles that represent the Olympic spirit. One coin shows the laurel-wreathed head of a Greek athlete, carrying the Olympic torch, while the other has the five interlocked circles with a laurel wreath superimposed on them. The coins show the head of Zeus, mythical father of the Greek gods, and his temple. The reverse side of the coins carries the uncrowned head of Queen Elizabeth. Mr. Ouellet told reporters that all nine million coins in the first issue have been struck despite initial delays in production and delivery. "By the end of this month, we will have earned over million in gross sales in some 40 countries around the he said. "By the time Series 1 com deliveries are complete, this figure will top million in gross revenues." He described the reaction to the coins as "a tremendous success" because demand has exceeded supply nearly every- where. About 2.4 million of the 3.6 million coins allotted for Canadian buyers had been delivered by the beginning of June and the domestic gross revenues so far totalled million. A major sales thrust aimed at the relatively untapped American market is schedul- ed to begin in September Sales of the first issue there did not start until May with the result that only about 000 coins have been sold in the U S to date. Need a Country lephone? Tell us....now! Call AGT now about phone service for your acreage, summer cottage, farm or rural business. All phone lines now are underground cable. New lines musl be burned before winter. This means that you and AGT must plan well ahead. So for country telephone service this year, call AGT now and tell 1hem when you need it. Call your local AGT business office Keeps you in touch wherever you are EARLY WEEK SPECIALS Skylark Whole Wheat Sliced 20 oz. net wt. loaf SPECIAL Baby 1 Town House Kosher Ice Cream Snow Star Assorted Flavours. SPECIAL 1 gal. carton Edwards Regular. Fine or Elec Perc. Grind SPECIAL Strawberries 9 si Bin FrnTan nanaria nhnicB Slicad 15 nznfltwt.nkn. SPECIAL R 00 Rio Frozen Canada Choice Sliced. 15 oz. net wt. pkg. SPECIAL Lemonade Town House Tomato 20 fl. oz. bottle SPECIAL Bel Air Frozen Pink or White 6% fl. oz. tin SPECIAL Potato Chips Party Pride Assorted Flavours. oz. net wt. pkg. SPECIAL 299 Town House Regular Cut, also Wax Beans Reg. Cut Canada Fancy, 14 fl. oz. tin SPECIAL Apple Juice PsQTc Taste Tells Reconstituted. 48 fl.oz. tin. SPECIAL RW Eskimo Assorted Flavours Pkg. of 6 3 fl. oz. SPECIAL Sweet Cherries Q 5100 Twon House Dark Canada Fancy. 14 fl.oz. tin. SPECIAL RaL Many more Grocery Specials in-store effective June 24-291974 We reserve the right to limit quantities Copyright 1960, Canada Safeway limited ;