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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TOYLAND SPECIALS STORYTIMI TELEVISION Turn winding knob and music plays to each picture -Each XYLO-PHONI -Metal xylo-phone with plastic phone. -Each 4 1 A A 11 INCH BUSY BARBII DOLL -5 accessories included -Fully posable -Bendable legs -Twist and turn waist -Each 344 TOSS ACROSS -Indoor and outdoor game -Game for 2 to 4 players -Each A 1 1 1 IV TONKA ACTION FRICTION CARS -Heavy duty metal -Each 1 HAIRY HURDLE SET -Power charged chopcycle race around tricky ramp -Each 18 ASSORTED PLUSH TOYS -Washable -Each 3 PUSH BOTTOM FARM -A child guidance toy for children age 3-5 -Each ACTION HOCKEY -Set includes -12 players -2 pucks -2 nets -Each HAIRCARESET -Set includes shampoo -Each TALKING CYNTHIA DOLL -Conversational record -Each 8 ASSORTED STUFFED TOYS -Washable -Each 3 95 SCHOOL HOUSI PULL TRAIN BOOK PIANO -12 keys -8 music sheets -Each 1 IE A ftlMOTI CONTROL SAND BUGGY -Blinking lights -Battery operated -Forward and reverse drive -Each FRICTION TRAIN SBTS -Safe unbreakable polyethylene can be taken apart and reassembled -Each 747 JUMBO JET -Friction power -Each 76' HOTWHHLS RUMBLERS -Race them on a Hot Wheel track -Each HOTSHOT COOL DUEL SET -Contains 2 hot Shot Racers -32 ft. hot strip track -16 joints -Each 11 SNOWMOBILE SET -2 snow mobiles -2 control boxes -8 curve tracks -Each BAKE-O-MATIC OVEN -Bakes with two 100-watt bulbs -Each 12 HAPPY SAD FACB RAO DOLL 2 66 MATTEL BUILD-A-TRAIN -Pre-school wooden blocks for age 2-4 yrs. -Each 2 B A 9v ASSORTID CYNTHIA DOLL CLOTHES -With a record for each outfit -Each DA JfO BRBNDA BRIDE DOLL jointed hair A 4 w -Plastic removable parts -Each 96' CATHALINA DOLL -Fully -Rooted hair -Each 1 DRINK AND WIT BABY DOLL -Rooted hair -Eyes open and close -Each 5 99 COMMAND CONTROL FOOTBALL QAMB -Each 1196 ANNA DOLL hair arms and legs j J 1 RAILWAY SYSTEM Saving power Tourists who viewed Washington after 10 Tuesday saw only a silhouette of the Washington Monument. The lights on the monument where ordered turned off after that hour starting Thursday in com- pliance with President Nixon's plan to conserve energy. The Lincoln and Capitol have their illumination dimmed at the same hour. Deep tunnels dug by Chinese to store grain By IAN STEWART New York Times Service China Chinese in the southern province of Kwangtung have heeded Chairman Mao Tse-Tung's in- junction to tunnels deep and store grain Yang head of the foreign affairs bureau of the Kwangtung provincial revolutionary told visiting journalists at a dinner party in the provincial that the city had an underground tunnel complex similar to the one displayed to visitors in Peking. He also said that communes in Kwangtung were making good progress in building up grain stocks. In Pei Chiao a drive of more than two hours from a visitor was shown huge containers made from bamboo which were bulging with rice. Fang the 42-year-old deputy secretary of the com- mune's Communist party said the commune had doubled its grain reserves over the last five years and now had more than tons of rice stored. The commune's families are also expected to store grain and in each small stone house visited the head of the household pointed proudly to the sacks of rice he had ac- cumulated. Between the reserves in its granary and the stocks of individual the commune has enough rice stored to feed its people for about two months. Fang .said the commune planned to build up a six-month reserve. The campaign to dig tunnels deep and store grain everywhere is linked to another slogan calling on the country to prepared against be prepared against natural The Soviet Union is widely portrayed as the potential aggressor hinted at in this slogan and the publicity given to. the tunnels and grain reserves is apparently aimed at underlining Chinese preparedness against Soviet attack. in Canton and in neighboring rural the threat of either war or famine seems extremely remote. In the the peasants have Begun to harvest the se- cond rice which to the casual eye appears and in commune shops and city department stores con- sumer goods are in plentiful supply. Food and cloth are rationed but a British businessman who visits China regularly said there had been a significant increase in the displays of fabrics and manufactured items such as watches and toys over the last year. The department stores in Canton are usually thronged with people and while most of them are there to browse some serious buying can be seen. The most significant characteristic of Canton today is the relaxed which American businessmen at the current autumn trade fair say is markedly different from the situation prevailing when they visited the 1972 spr- ing the first occasion on which Americans were invited to participate. Americans who were at earlier fairs commented on the absence of political slogans in the Tung Fang where the strident Maoist declarations that once hung on the dining room walls have been replaced with in- nocuous poems and traditional paintings. Officials even make jokes at the expense of each other in the presence of foreigners. When a northern Chinese visited a commune with a group of American he commented on the lack of possessions in the home of a who was obviously well off enough to own three pigs and his own house. He Kwangtung people put their money into the Shanghai people put their money clothes and the Peking people put their money into political Strong -Snap together couplings -Each SKITTLB POKER GAME -By Aurora -For 2 to 4 players -Each 4 1 Shortage of fuel in U.S. hampers coal output hike HANOON HARVEY GAME -Made by Ideal -Each 357 Zellers County Fair m- W. Va. The United States oil shortage has led to calls for an increased production of coal but a top West Virginia mining official says a shortage of fuel is hampering increased output of coal. Ben executive direc- tor'of the West Virginia Sur- face Mining and Reclamation described the effects of the energy cycle on the industry in a statement Monday. have member com- panies all over the state that have already been forced to cut back or even shut down operations because they can't get enough dieatl said. president is now asking us to increase by ISO per cent'our production and it is impossible. We need two or three times is much fuel as we are getting Diesel fuel is needed to operate loaders and other heavy machinery used in the mines. But November deliveries of diesel fuel have been reduced to 70 per cent of last November's allocations by oil Lusk said. The industry was operating at only 60 per cent of capacity last he added. Crime probe postponed MONTREAL The Quebec Police Commission in- quiry into organized crime was postponed today to Nov. 17 because the commission is not ready to proceed with public hearings. Commission lawyer Michel Pothier said the inquiry will continue its gambling investigation phase when public hearings resume. OVEMBEI FURNITURE CLEARANCE 1 MERCHANDISE ON SALE 1 FRIDAY AND NOV. 18 and 4PfBBBJVHBn ChMUrflold Suite leatherette 6 A C A Mail -Reg. 389.00 PC. Colonial Chesterfield Suite 3 only OOQ Art BMBI iVaf a Pe. Colonial Davmiporl Suite -I only -Floral Design 9 1 f U -Reg. 199.00 1 ff A BjBJjhJBABom SB rwi iBivajBBHrfi Cheeterf leM Suite ft AC A -Burnt Orange V -Reg. 399.00 wUv rvo 9JpBanHHI Chesterfield Suite 3 only -Black and red A m M -Black and white VflK f .pan eig no ChMUrfMd -Reg. 499.99 2 Pe. Modern Chosterf lold Suite -Green Floral A m -Bronze Floral -Reg. 497.00 Loveseat -.only -Reg 219 00 1 Colonial 1 Loveseat -Blue Floral -Gold Floral V 1 -Reg. 139.00 1 Loveseat -1 only. Green A m -Floral print V 1 -Reg 179 00 1 W W Convert-A-Bed -Sofa by day-bed by night A -1 only brown vVHU -Reg. 299.00 fc W -Makes into bed CCA -2 only Brown -Reg 74.88 W M Convert-A-Bed -Sit and sleep SOAA -1 only Green -Reg 349.00 fc W With Vibrator -Black -Reg 109 88 WW Swivel Rocker -3 only Black V 1 7Q -Reg 149 00 1 fc -3 only Black -Reg. 44.88 VI Hostess Chair -Gold and Red Velvet -Reg. 46.88 Rocker -Assorted colors Ron 40 flfl Platform Rockor -Assorted colors -Reg. 49.88 Pantlngs -Assorted sceneries -Special V9 Gobi Stereo -Credanza mono 4 A AOA Radio 1 UUVU -Reg 21996 1 Console Stereo radio with bar -Reg. 359.96 ____ An W W Concerto Digital Clock Radio -Solid state A -AC operation .Ran 36 99 Radio -Dual speaker deluxe C A -Reg. 39.96 7 Poo. Kitchen Suite -Walnut table top -Reg. 99.98 Pco. Colonial Dlnnette Suite -Reg 296 00 aawW Bradford 9.7 CuMo Refrigerator -Double door 6 al -2 crispers -Reg. 249.98 Color TV -Solid state tuner -Customatic tint lock -Reg 599 96 V Range range CAAA only white -Reg 266 00 Continuous Cloan Range Electric Range 6 A P A -Clock and minute timer 9VKII -Reg. 284.96 fa W W I I vpVM Record Player -4 speed 1 4 Mm a i i B I PfOTI PPOw Ref rl gerator 1 -Double door 1 -Porcelain Crispers III 1 HAA 141 QA 1 1 aBBfl __ ____ _ B air Located In Zullara Shopping Centre on Mayor M 32i-8l71. Open Dally a.m. to 0 p.m. Thuraday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. ;