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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Time Change MAPLE CREEK, Sask. (CP) This southwestern Saskatch- ewan community and the town of Leader, 70 miles to the north, toll) voted Wednesday for mountain standard lime in the winter. Maple Creek residents voted to 363 in favor of chang- ing, and the vote in Leader was to 592. Both communities will switch to MT Oct. 25, revert- ing to Cental Standard Time in the spring. Oddities In The News EDINBURGH. (Reuters) An American bid to entice the Loch Ness monster from its depths with "sex essences" is doomed to failure because the old girl is past her prime, says a Scottish newspaper. The Scotsman says a scien- tific team is on the way from the United States to try to lure the monster to the sur- face with sex essence from eels, sea cows, s.ea lions and other creatures of the deep. "The fallacy of the The Scotsman says, "lies in Nessie's celibacy." "For years and years she has bscn swimming around in contented spinsterhood and therefore will probably mis- take the sex essences for the usual pollution. "As a lady of uncertain age she will surely have nothing to do with flashy Americans and then- expensive presents." HARVEST VALUE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY Phone early for your appointment RIDING SYSTEM tor safety and full tire We An offer from Canada's largest brake specialists. BRAKE OVERHAUL Here's what we do: Replace brake linings on all four wheels Arc linings for perfect contact with brake drums Check all 4 wheel cylinders Turn and true brake drums Inspect master cylinder Repack outer wheel bearings on both front wheels Inspect steel brake lines and brake hoses Check brake shoe return springs Add super heavy-duty brake fluid Road test the car 77 36 No money down Charge it! FIRESTONE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE is the specialized care of your entire riding system to keep your car safe to drive, and get full life from your tires. STORES A division of TIRE RUBBER Company of Canada limited CORNER 3rd AVE. AND 8th ST. S. PHONE 327-8548 Open Daily 8 a.m. fo 6 p.m. SIGNALS CIIOSSKIJ DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) A beagle got its signals crossed here Thursday, ignor- ing the would-be burglar and biting the policeman. The hound, owned by James R. Walden, sank its teeth into the left ankle of the patrolman went to the Walden home to investigate an attempted break-in. The dog apparently had ignored the prowler, who had tried to pry open a win- dow. POPULATION DIPS HELL, Mich. (AP) Be cause of Hell's Bells, the pop- ulation of Hell declined in tin 1970 census. The census showed that the southeastern Michigan com munily's population dipped to 48 from 52. The Hell Chamber of Commerce said it was due largely to the drafting oi brothers George and Charles Bell into military service. The chamber said the two were not counted in the cen sus, and added the village "i; proud of its contribution to the armed forces, but like most everyone, we will be when Hell's Bells are back in Hell, Mich." TEACUP PROBLEM LONDON (AP) A can- nonade of exploding teacups posed a new hazard to the British way of life today. "W e 'v e had complaints from all over the announced a home office spokesman. The trouble started in the kitchen of 71-year-old- Victor Cull. He was pouring his first cup of the day when the cup blew up in his face. Said Vicolr: "I got a splin- ter in the arm. My dog got a splinter in her shoulder. Ei ther of us could have been blinded." A home office accident vent ion expert explained: "This type of cup is made of glass under stress, and if the skin is in any way imperfect the cup is liable to explode when subjected to extremes of temperature. "We have written to the manufacturers to get the trou- ble cured." Passenger Rail Travel End Near HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) Phe new president of the Penn Central Transportation Co. said oday passenger travel bv rail in the United States will be nearly gone by 1980. Only a heavy dose of federal ubsidies could put the ill-fated assenger service on a different rack, William H. Moore, who took over his present post Sept. told a news conference. "I'm not talking about just enn I mean all pas- enger service on all railroads n this country will be substan- ially diminished within eight to 0 Moore said. "Every phase of our service as to stand on its own feet, and e'll have to drop those lines hat don't make he aid. Moore was appointed by the trustees who are supervising re- rganization of the railway nder the Bankruptcy Act. He as vice-president in charge of perations of the Southern Rail- ay System before taking over he Penn Central post. WIDE VARIETY There are more than 7.000 va- ieties of apples. BEAUTY AND THE BEACH Kristina Hanza- lova, the 21-year-old Miss Universe .contestant from Czechoslovakia who defec ed to the West, may he paying Florida another visit. Miss Hanzalova (33-23-35) said she sought political asylum after seeing how (lie average Miamian lived. She and icr fiance, who also defected, have been invited for a stay at a Miami Beach hotel and then a U.S. tour. Postal Revenue Sliced OTTAWA (CP) The finan- ial impact of summer strikes and lockouts in the post office is eflected in figures published Thursday that show postal reve- nue was sliced almost by half in uly compared with the same month of 1969. The monthly statement of fed- ral financial operations for uly shows net postal revenue own to million from nillion a year earlier. The reduction took place de- pite the fact that increased barges for some notably or publications and parcel post into force in October, anuary and April. Before the prolonged pay dis- tute in the post office was set- ed last week, service had been isrupted by a series of rotating :rikes and retaliatory lockouts hat began in June. While net revenue for mail ras down in July, that category f income showed a slight ra- rease for the first four months the financial year that tailed April 1 to million million in the same retch of 1969. foclieii Riiidt Juried Friday GRAZ, Austria (AP) ochen Rindt, Grand Prix race river who was killed last Sat- rday in a crash in training at le Monza track was buried at lis south Austrian town Friday. Thousands of mourners, in- uding Grand Prix drivers ackie Stewart, Jack Brabham nd Graham Hill, attended the neral. Rindt was leading in the orld driving championships of e Grand Prix when he died. TRAIN NOW AS AN AGRICULTURAL MECHANIC Attractive careers are available to qualified men. In the Agricultural Mechanics Program at the Olds Col- lege you may choose: The Technician Route to become qualified in general agriculture and irt the selection, management and servicing of equipment on the farm. The Apprenticeship Route fo become a certified agricultural mechanic and work in the agricultural equipment industry. Act Now! Courses Start October 13. For further in forma lion, complete and mail ihis To: THE REGISTRAR, OLDS COLLEGE, OLDS, ALBERTA. PIEASE SEND INFORMATION ON: I Agricultural Mechanics Courses I All Offered o! Olds College I Name I I Address I City or Town -J Saturday, Jeplonlbor 12, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 Wootco This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! Quantities Limited. We reserve the right fo limit quantities. FACELLE ROYALE NAPKINS 2 ply napkins. Giant 17" x 50 napkins per package. Reg. Woolco Price .53. SALE 3C 0 SAVE .67 THREE BLIND MICE GAME Fun for the whole family. Reg. Woolco Price .96. SAVE 3.49 TO 5.11 PICTURE ASSORTMENT A lorge assortment of attractive pictures. Reg. Woolco Price 11.26 to 12.38. SALE BLACK DECKER DRILL 'N SANDER An ideal item for the home's handyman. 21.95 SAVE .57 100% COTTON RfBLESS CORDUROY 36" wide. Fully washable. Idei for back to school clothes. Reg. Woolco I Price 2.96. SALE LADIES' FALL BLOUSES Perma-press dressy and 5 p o r blouses. Plain colors and printer designs. Good color assortment Sizes 10 to 18. LADIES' MISSES' JUMPERS 100% Acrylic jumpers in colors or plaids. Navy, Brov, Green, Burgundy. Sizes 8 to 18. LADIES' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS GOWNS Assorted styles to choose from Floral prints. Sizes S, M, L. SAVE PARKER-HALE RIFLES One of today's most popular hunting rifles. Available in 243 Winchester, 270 Winchester, 30-0-6, 308 Winchester, 7 mm Magnum and 308 Norma Magnum calibres. Reg. Woolco Price 157.97. SALE 13997 I OOiil I EARRING ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIVED! A large assortment of pierced and pierced-look ear- rings. Selection includes enamel, pearl, tailored and colored stone styles. WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALTA.) LTD. A Division of the Dominion Citrus Company Limited SAVE .82 AYDS REDUCING PLAN Vitamin and minerol reducing plan. 3-lb. box. Vanilla, chocolate, or chocolate mint flavors. Reg. Woolco Price 5.39. SALE 4.57 SAVE .1.76 KETTLES Stainless steel kettle with black handle and attached cord. Steam guard for safe pouring. Vapour setting for slow simmer. One year replacement guarantee. Reg. Woolco Price 10.25. SALE MEN'S LEE FLARES 50% Polyester and 50% Cotton. Some permanent press styles. Fully washable. Sizes 28 fo 36. 16.95 BOYS' CORDUROY SAFARI JACKETS 100% Cotton. Belted, wind resist- ant and durable. Honey color. Sizes 8 to 18. From The Smoke Shop ASSORTED CHILDREN'S CARD GAMES Fun for children of all ages. Reg. Woolco Price .79. SALE WOODEN DOMINOES Reg. Woolco Price .77. SALE SAVE 2.53 MiSSES' WfNTER BOOTS Lined with 100% Dupont orlon ac- rylic fibre. All leather uppers. Black or Brown. Incomplete size range. Reg. Woolco Price 9.97. SALE uiic run ye. 7.44 GREAT SAVINGS MONDAY 3 P.M. TIME SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) DIXIE PAPER PLATES TOO 9" paper plates per pack- age. White. Reg. Woolco Price .99. SALE 2 1.44 MONDAY 10 A.M. TIME SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) BRNO 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN SHELLS Made in Czechoslovakia. Shot No. 2, 4, 5, 6 and shells. Reg. Woolco Price 2.47. SALE 1. Open Monday and Tuesday 1 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thuiiday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrafh Drive ;