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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE IETHBKIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Mny 24, 1975 NT GROCER f 642 13th Sireet North, Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 GET PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE DELIVERY TOO! FOOD COSTS ARE LOWER AT MAYFA1R FOODS VORK 48-01. tins V for SUN RYPE UNSW..............48-oz. tins BERRYLAND 14-oz. tins for 4 YORK CHOICE 4-oi. tins Hi Cream Corn Clqrks. 4 69c Scotiies 2 ply......200, 3 99c Mushrooms for 79c Scotties 2 P.y......200. 3 for 99c Luncheon Meat 3 99c Scotties Y.H.W, 2 3 99c Strawberry w 1 Tollet Regal, w. pectin 1 48-oz. I Kraft Thousand Isle 16-oz. French Dressing Mavwell House 10-oz. jar I Kellogg; 8-oz. Top Valu tin King size........................ Hoir Sprcjy iady Fascia, firm.. lo-oz. 79c Hair Sprcsy Patricia, SCft.. 79c Mayfair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Cheese Slices MoplB.L8e.ao, 2 89c e west 3-ibs. 7 9c Top Valu a Clear 6-oz. for Top Valu H PA Pink 6-oz. H for Mushrooms Dehor 16.01. pkg. 99c Sunkist Navel 6-lb. bag CALIFORNIA CANADA NO 1 Ib. 11 to 14 Ibs. Average California 56's Q fo ffi m the Cob R Canada No. 1 Florida Q ior We Invite You To Try Our Meats "The Best In Town" Canada Choice Canada Good "We Will Cut Our Meats To Suit Your Requirement" ........Ib. Roasts: 99' Burns Shamrock Ib. I-lb. net wt. pkg. Fresh Ib. STORE HOURS: Mon., TUBS., Wed., Sni. a.m. lill p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. lo p.m. 642 13th St. N.. Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! ON LARGE ORDERS 25, 26, 27 Wo Reserve Tho Riijht To limit Quantities t foods Sound pollution fight is launched by Bennett tj entertain Almost by way of illustration, Ticiimelt and Miss Vaughan blew the last slanza of The Trolley Song. JC stayed in. "Like Duke Ellington Tony explained, "you gotta rub a lillle dirt in it." "Musical tastes are changing for the said Bennclt, his husky voice caressing Ihc words in the inimilable Bennell phrasing. "People are turning against acid rock and the angry type music. "The kids arc rejecting the advertisers' insistence that hard rock is I heir kind of music. Composers like Bert Baeharach, a vacant Jimmy Webb, and here in Ens- 1 land, Anthony Newley and Les- lie Bricusse are bringing back people; no cue j the well-construcled lyric and Hy Hl'filJ A. MULLIGAN' LONDON (AP) Thai fin- gcr-snapping, fool-tapping ecolo- gi.sl Tony Bennell, is launching an all-out campaign against "sound pollution." Now lhal he owns ronlrol oi his own TV series, being filmed at various London localions without network backing, he is determined lo bring back a more melodic line in popular music and do away with the "over-rehearsed, phoney for- mat" of the TV variely show. "I've wailed 15 years lo do it my said Bennell, relax- ing through a rehearsal wilh Sarah Vaughan in Mayfair theatre. "I'm just going to go out and cards, no idiotic dialogue wilh making it big wilh (he kids." the gucsl stars dished up by a dozen writers, none of this corny dubbed and r e t a p c d perfcclion. If we blow it, unless it's absolulcly slays in." treacherous, il In returning to "better orches- trations" and "ail pros on Ihr Bennett sees him- self leading a revolt against "Die hudgel monsters who ruled i TV in this age of Albert Pack of Coaklale best all-round cylist By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE The five week- bicycle safety vrogram con- ducted by the Coaldale Kin- etics, Alberta Motor Associa- tion and the local police de- partment ended with a bike rally. Winner of the AMA trophy For the best all round cyclist was Alhcrt Pack of Coaldale. The Coaldale Kinetics pre- sented trophies for first place and ribbons for second and third place in each of the five age groups. Winners were: Age 6: Jimmy Tsukishima; Steven Archibald; and Douglas Bergen. Age 7: Grant McKay; Dion Ross; Marlin Meyer. Age 8; Kenny Tsukishima; Judy May Ulu-yn, and third place tied by .lanis Lindstedt and David Bergen. Age 9: Judy Boras; DonaM Papp; and Betly Neil. Age 10 to 12: Connie Kroek- er; William Tymburski; and Johanna Veldkamp. The Kinetics reported it was a successful program and should be continued as an an- nual project. Mrs. Ed Richards was in charge of (he program. Kinette instructors were Mrs. David Armstrong, Mrs. Rich- ard Colley, Mrs. Ed Hichards, Mrs. Mjtt Tsukishiina and Mrs. Doug Ober. Other Kinelte members as- sisted in various ways. A total of 75 children were enrolled. Const. Tim Utas of the local police department also was in- volved greatly in the program. Several members of the Leth- bridge branch of the AJIA were assisting in the final Bika Rally. 'There was a feeling that the Pension plan The manager of Hie Lelh- bridge district office of the Canada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to in- form the residents of the Taber aroa dial L. Laplace will be in attendance at the Taber Admin- istration Building Thursday, pro was no longer needed. You j May 25, from J to 4 p.m. knnui lint fniir uiilc !irw urmm1 know, get four kids, any group; whnl difference did it make us long as they made a lot of For his sellout performance at the Royal Albert Hall, which twice won top weekly ratings in replays over Bennett j was backed by a group of groovy kids called the London Philharmonic Orchestra. DISREGARDS TABOOS BcnncU's breakthrough against network taboos and re- straints may produce a sonic boom heard around the enter- tainment world, or at least from Picadilly to Madison Avenue. His series of half-hour shows, owned jointly by himself anil TONY BENNETT Thames Television, have taken dead aim on the prime time now available to local TV sta- tions in the United Slates and seem a natural for the TV cas- j selte market, which he thinks is no further away than the next Christmas shopping season. Born Antonio Benedetto in the same Astoria. Long Island, neighborhood that produced Jackie Gleason, Ethel Merman, Eddie Bracken and Nancy Kelly, Tony was discovered by Boh Hope singing a duet with Pearl Bailey in a Greenwich Village nightclub. Hope took I him along on tour and changed his name to Tony Bennett to lit the marquee. Inserted by Ihft HIRE A STUDENT CAMPAIGN COMMUTES SIMPSONS-SEARS Special! Save gal. one Coat House and Trim Paint Gal. Reg. 614.49 Our finest oil-base exferior painf. Guaran- teed to give one coat coverage when ap- plied according to label instructions. 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