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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 13, 1972 1HE LETHBRIDOI _ 27 Prices Effective in Lethbridge Oct. 13-14 GROUND COFFEE FRESH BREAD SAFEWAY All PURPOSE Mb. pkn. 39' POUY ANN WHITS OR BROWN SLICED 20-oz. net wt. loaf 4 for SUPER SAVER or STRAWBERRY JAM ,13 Valley Gold with Pectin added.....48 fl. 01. tin STIU GOING STRONG Willis Lee Jones, despils hh age of 74, acts and works like any construction work- er scaling the beam of a 40-storey skyscraper being built in Miami. His crew boss Jones "never fits less than nine hours work In an eight-hour day" which continual- ly amazes many of his younger working companions. Sinatra's guest Agnew lives the good life OCTOBER CHEESE FESTIVAL Save at Safeway with these Special Prices CHEDDAR CHEESE SAFEWAY CANADIAN MILD SUPER SAVER SURER SfWER MARGARINE JELLIED SALAD WHITE FLOUR DALEWOOD, PARCHMENT WRAPPED 80% VEG......... 1-lb. net wt. 5 1 V .00 LUCERNE CARROT AND RAISIN 16-oz. net wt. tub 39 By JAMES T. WOOTEN New York Times Service PALM SPRINGS, Calif. At tho Cozy Cafe, early one morn- ing this week, some- of the fel- lows were drinking their first coffee of the day from thick, chipped mugs and bemoaning the fact that they weren't born rich. "I'd even give up being so good Howard, the chubby driver of the bread truck parked outside, cracked, showing his two companions a perfectly straight face. "You can't have responded Lou, an equally taci- turn man who works as a secur- ity guard at a nearby shopping centre. "Hell, the man here doesn't want said Jimmie, the tliird man La the group and apparently the proprietor of the little restaurant. "All the LUCERNE CREAMED 32-oz. net wt. tin. Agnew toward the practice tee at the Dorado Country Club, "this town isn't exactly unaccustomed to famous pec- e." Even with his masterful tim- ing, it seemed almost too much of an understatement. Palm Springs, about a two-hour drive south of Los Angeles, was one of President Elsenhower's fa- vorite golfing retreats. Presi- dent Kennedy spent consider- able time here and included in the brochures banded out to tourists are suggestions for finding "the homes of dozens of stars and celebrities" who, like the vice president, have found the dry, desert air and the year-round recreation sim- ply irresistible. Among those who have was the familiar face that appeared at the corner of the nearby clubhouse as Agnew and Benny CHEESE LOAF LUCERNE PROCESS pkg. COTTAGE CHEESE LARGE OR SMALL CURD CHEESE SLICES IUCERNE PROCESS........16-oz. net wt. pkg. CHEESE SPREAD LUCERNE PROCESS........ 16-oz. net wt. lar f" nirrrr f a CHccSt SlECtS 4 FLAVOURS ____ 8-oz. ret wt. pkg. VELVEETA PROCESS CHEESE, KRAFT 2-lb. loaf CHEEZ WHIZ KRAFT PROCESS SPREAD 32-oz. net wf. jar ROBIN HOOD ALL PURPOSE Paper bag PARTY PR1DS 4 VARIETIES net wt. pkg. TOMATO KETCHUP SPAGHETTI MIXES CAT FOOD ROBIN HOOD CELEBRATION PAMPER 7 flavours 6-oz. net wt. (In TIDE POWDER......... 5-lb. king size box .99 TISSUE CASHMERE ASST 6 roll pkg. man here wanfs Is to live like Sinatra, Howard nodded. he said, "or maybe like Spiro." Lou scoffed, half seriously. "Come off it, he said. "You've got to dream bigger than that. I mean, Agnew don't have no money no real money, IE you know what I mean. Hell, he's just staying out at Frank's place. He's just a guest." Howard glanced at bis watch, picked up his change and scrap- ed his chair away from tho table. "Maybe so, he said as ha stood up. "But he's there, ain't eh. Anytime he wants, he's there." He could tie wrong about that, of course, but it is never- theless tnie that tire vice presi- dent of the United States has a frequent visitor to this little desert community of permanent residents and swimming pools. He spent several days here following his at the Republican convention in Miami Beach and returned last Saturday, after a campaign rally in Detroit. Tire city is at the edge of Hie shoved hard against the Ksn .Tacinln and from month to monllv all year round, the temperature aver- ages 88 degrees in the daytime and W degrees nt night. II F- LOVES IT "I love Agnew said a couple of weeks ago. "I really lovo it the sun, Uio atr, the life-style. I'd really like to live there someday." But in the meantime, like most of the 1.5-million other out-of-lowners who coma here each year, Agnew has to settle for guest status. XJnlike them, Imwcvcr, he avoids the 200 mo- tels and moves into tho sprawl- log estate owned by his new and good friend, Francis Albert Sinatra, Palm Springs' most celebrated citizen. There, on Prank Sioalra Drive, IxOiind high walls, the vice president lives the lite that Howard "You Jack Denny began hitting a few practice shots. COLORFUL SPIRO "Arc you wearing some of Doug S a n d e r s' hand-me- Bob Hope asked the vice president as he sauntered over and examined Aguew's purple shirt, almost-purple trousers, purple socks and white shoes. Agnew chuckled apprecia- tively and gave Hope a half- dozen "Republican" balls which be guaranteed to go "straight down the middle.' Hope chuckled appreciatively and walked toward his clubs passing the 75-year-old Benny on the way. "How're you doing, sweet Hope responded. "This is the only time I'm willing to tell my Bonn; said, bouncing a ball about 3C yards down the practice range He glanced back to a knot o reporters. "Weil, listen fellows look how old I am. I'm olde than Hope." He teeci up anothe ball and paused. "Honest tc God." When Howard left the coz cafe, Jimmie and Ixm sat quie' ly for a few moments, look ing out on to Highway 111, an studiously smoking nonfiltc cigarettes. 'You said Lot breaking the silence. "Howi may be right." "About "Yon know, about Agnew, Lou replied. "Oh, said Jimml< "Yeah, I'd settle for Agnew life, I guess, "Me said Lou. "As Ion as I could stay at Frank place." WINS ROAD CONTRACT OTTAWA fCP) Pancan Industries Ltd., Edmonton, h won a contract f clearing, grading and draina. work on the Mackenzie Hig way in the Northwest Tcr; tories, the public works dcpai mcnt announced today. Tl work will bo dona on 49 mil 1 between Fort Simpson a n laid Sunday os ho walked with Camsell Bend. HEW AT SAFEWAY Buttermilk Waffles Bel Air Frozen Round Shape Toast or Broil 12 or. net wt. pkg. 2 NEW AT SAFEWAY Fresh Bread Safeway Premium, White, No artificial preservatives added Pioneer Mill White or Brown. Made from unbleached flour 20 oz. loaf Sparkling Fresh Produce! MACS CANADA FANCY APPLES TRY A LITTLE TENDERNE Beef Buys Your Choice ound Steak, Rump Roast, ouiid Steak Roast .09 CANADA GRADE A BEEF Ib. CANADA NO. 1 LARGE SIICER5 OCCOLI FRESH AND GREEN BONE CLUB 1UOK ROAST LEGO-LAMB PORK LEG ROAST WIENERS BEEF STEAKS CANADA GRADE A Ib. Bonless, leon, easy to carva Canada Gratis A Beef FRESH ALBERTA Whola or Half Boneless, serve with apple sauca.....Ib. MAPLE LEAF SKINLESS Regular or All Beef, vac pak........... Mb. pkg. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;