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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SHOULD BE BANNED ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Tel-evision cameras should be bamned from city council meetings because TJ makos council, men look like "donkeys," says one of the council members. William Carlson said that television conveys a "distorted view" of proceedings because reporters and editors "try to empha-size the ridiculous." Jews harass Soviet officers LONDON (AP) - A handful of Jewish demonstrators bar-asEfid Soviet army officers Tuesday at a news conference called to deny there is anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. The Red Army officers-members of a touring song ensemble from Kiev-said Jews are free to work and live in the Soviet Union as anyone else. Four of the officers are Jewish but none practises the religion. The demonstrators, representing an organizalon called Herut Hatzohar, said they wanted to call attention to tlie plight of Soviet Jews prevented from emigrating to Israel. RETURN FROM DEAD DENVER (AP) - When a University of Denver alumnus called the school to check on bis degree, a clerk in the alumni office pulled his card and found it marked "deceased." Then, acording to the school information director Bud Mayer, the clerk returned to the telephone and inquired: "May I ask where you're calling from?" WedneicJay, March 24, \97\ - THE lETHBRIDCE HERALD - 9 ^ "I SAVE -- Siem LP. CuiouH iisien to these all time favovrWe orche$ira\ arihis. Choose Ray Connlii, Percy falih Andre Kos-ielaneiz, Bert Kaempieri and mar)y, many more. ^^1 ^ " or';- i > i i SAVE Orlvilml SomAitatk ConsisH of 3 l.P.'s Regular Woolco Price 14.24 m i^.':t'^�^^m!n^� '-i Mat ace� The im- *...... wo>M upen monaay and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; V Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. i College Shopping Mall f%| r 2025 Mayor Magrath bi^i# Si IPX , SoYouSmwitii COrBAGK SAVE 7.98 Brentwood 20" mslti Rise Bike 10 Speel Derailleur Gear Shifting 15 to 24 ratio Meets Any Cycling Needs DRAGSTER BIKE Nev/ 20" dragster styling. A low profile for that fast getaway, coaster brakes for sure stop. Double White line tires with wide slick rear tire. Chrome fenders end chain guard; complete with kick stand. Metallic Lemon, Crystal Copper, Flamboyant Lime, Flamboyant Magenta. EACH SAVE 9.981 Lightweight 10 Speed Racer Keep in shape, exercise with this featherweight bike. Features 10-speed derailleur gear (15 to 24 ratio). Front and rear caliper brake with racing levers. Drop style racing handlebars taped and plugged. Racing saddle. Lemon, Green, Mogenta. Reg. Woolco Price 79.97. 69.99 NOW SAVE $4 CONVERTIBLE BIKE The ideal bike for the larger family. Crossbar is easily removed for use by boys or girls. Complete with wheel stabilizers. Wheel size (20x1%"). Finished in Flamboyant Green with White trim. Reg. Woolco Price 37.77. NOW 33.77 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; ij W U Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. T^^^iltlMfcil^J and girls model features a double contilever frame. Chrome fenders and chain guards, coaster brakes; double white line tires, with fast gripping slkk rear tire. 36" tplit level sissy bar. Complete with kick stand. Metallic Lemon, Flamboyont Magenta. Partially assembled in carton. Reg. Woolco Price 47.97 EACH 2025 ilip'MIgrOth Drive ;