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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IFIHBR1DGE HERALD WotJiindny, November 'i9. 197? CtAIMS HE WAS BETTER Olympic hero and film star Johnny Weismuller, right, says he "was better than Mark Spilz" v.hen he was m his prime as a swimming champion, Weismuller, who played the movie role of Tarzan, won five gold medals in the Olympics. Spitz, shown at left receiving gold medal in the 1972 Olympics afler 1he 400 meter relay, won seven gold medal; during the last international competilion. Weismuller is shown against backdrop of photo of himself playing Tarzen in 1971 photo. INTERIOR LATEX Good quality, pre-pasled, scrubbobla f wallpaper for any room in your home. A largo selection oF stylish pa I terns, already in slock for your conveni- ence! Decorate now for the holidaysl 10! In double rolls only. SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL Toug'i, durable finish fcr creai thai need constant scrubbing. Colour selec- tion to match our Interior Larex. Reg.Woolco Price: gal. 10.49, or. 2.99 Use Your Woolco Charge Card for all Your Christmas Shopping Craft Maste Ideal G'ift for All Ages! "GALLERY SERIES Ml" OIL PAINT DY NUMBERS Set features new blending lech' nrque for professional look I 2 panels, 22 colours. "VELVET TREASURES" PAINT BY NUMBER SET 2 Great Paint By Number Sets "MASTER PIECE" SET "STUDIO NUDE 3 beautiful iubjocts to ehoosn 3m, pro-planned for youl 36 I coloun, brushci, inslruclionj. Government brakes senior citizens tax EDMONTON (CIJ) Munici-1 Mr. Russell was reacting to pals Affairs Minister Dnvc Rus-1 hy Mayor Ivor Dcnl sell saitl Tuesday Ilic proi-im-ial cj[ ?ovcrnmcnl will not allow the city of 'Edmonton to implement "'B1'1 lo a lax on senior cilizens1 lions- law providing lor such taxi- ng projucLs. lion. The minister said new provin- cial municipal financing ar- rangements planned Tor next year will exempt senior citi- zens' housing projects Irom local taxos. "I'm really Mr, Russell said. "He is play- ing a base game of politics. "The thrust o[ all govern- ments province and munici- palities is lo try to do some- Postal teams meet face-to-face OTTAWA 'CI-') -A new [jhase has begun in conlract talks between poslal workers and the government. Hie throe- man conciliation board set up to facilitate negotiations reported Tuesday. Members of thii conciliation board surfaced briefly from the secret talks to Issue a state- ment that the parties will meet facc-lo-faee in an effort to re- solve issues remaining in dis- pute. Until Tuesday tho parties had beep, talking tlirough a media- tion process, in which board members approahed .the par- lies separately and advised them of positions the other side was taking. This technique lias resulted in of a number of is- sues, including the several ma- jor the board reported. But some significant issues remain lo be settled, the board added. The statement said a com- plete report on Ihe talks should not be expected this week. ELASTIC THROAT The marvellous elasticity In (he rattlesnake's throat and its ability to dislocate its jaws allow the reptile to swallow large prey. thing for senior citizens. I would have honed the city would have complemented the changes we have brought about for sen- ior citizens." The province has lifted the 30-mill health and education tax on property owned by sen- ior citizens and has provided a 550-a-year grant to help pay rent. In a statement to city coun- cil Monday night, Mayor Dent said that since the province has lifted the tax, "it should reim- burse municipalities for the property tax portion." "M u n i c ipalities experience real costs in providing services to senior citizens' accommoda- tions and therefore the prov- ince should pay these taxes if this is the manner (in which) they wish to assist the elderly." Compare Woolco Prices ,'T-' _ i _- TALKING FOOTBALL GAME Completely bendable and pole- oblel Press hi! back and arms 5 wing in Karate action. 9Vj" tall. Comes with accessories. You're Ine quorlerback ca the playl Oppositron plans the defenscl Complete with crowd bounds. copier iafely and ouldoorsl Fast or ;eds. Bcttery powered. Ouiel electric Plane wilh or without TOO' tether. 4 dif- ferent flight plans. Sizzlers Fat Track Big "O" Layout Hot Shots and Hot Wheels Set HURDLE SET WITH Conhol Set wilh obstacles for racing SizzlesI Cool Duel conlrol to ace Sizzlers on. Choose Sound Breaker, Red Alert, Heat Waves or Winning O I Streak. Your CHOPCYCLES IN 8" Speedway for Daredevil racing. Rip round on n collision course and leap or lose! Set Chopeyclcs: Mighty Zork, Speed Steed or Bruiser Cruiser. Your Choice Open Dnilv 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrattr Drive Department Stores Because Were Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drivo Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. ;