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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE IETHBRIDGE HEIIAID Saturday, October 9, 1S7I i builds a bicycle with wings Is man-powered flight possible? BICYCLE-POWERED AIRPLANE A draftsman who astounded aviation experts 11 years ago with his home-built airplane is working to prove that the laws of aerodynam- ics, that dictate man-powered flight impossible are wrong. Bob Martyn plans to do Ihis using a kind of bicycle with wings. He is shown behind the controls of his 27-foot spruce, mahogany and aluminum plane that rest on a renovated bicycle. lie younj LEWISTOX, Me. (AP) The! Under the "Signs of Farmers' Almanac, the 155-i Times" section, there's year-old prophet of and crop-growing conditions, has a special message for young peo- the pic- in its 1971 edition. of a billboard with a mous- tachioed, long-haired youth and a blonde girl wearing granny glasses. Both are giving the peace sign and the slogan GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 hove now started iheir Annual Poppy Campaign and canvassers ere presently calling on business houses and offices. More canvassers are urgently required. POPPY TAG DAY will be held SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6fh, 1971 The Ladies Auxiliary to the General Stewart Branch No. 4 of the Royal Canadian legion organize and conduct the sale of poppies with the assistance of the interested youth groups and citizens. Anyone wishing lo assist would be very welcome. ORDER YOUR WREATH BY CALLING THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION POPPY CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS Phone 327-6644 "WE SHALL REMEMBER THEM" reads: "Love Try Some on Your Parents." "We stand for the same thing that hippies stand said 61- year-old Ray Geiger, the editor. want love, wholesorr.eness and peace. The almanac has been sayijig this now for 155 years." The almanac has grown from copies annually to 4.5 mil- lion since Geiger took over in 1933. He said readers are mostly interested in getting the alma- rac to follow the weather pre- dictions. But the booklet also contains jokes, homilies, anec- dotes and bits of verse. CALCJAIIY