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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 62 THE LEtHeRIOGE HERAID Wednoidof, Seplembor 13, 1971 Old joke no longer true Now Eskimos have refrigerators By GEORGE 150ULTWO01) GODTHAAB, Greenland i SIMPSONS-SEARS Warm, Lightweight Ski BOYS' WATIUFOWL SKI JACK! Reg. 27.98 The body of this garment is insulated with waterfowl down. The greatest for warmth and lightweight jacket. Zipper detachable hood, block quilted styling. The sleeves are filled and have knitted storm cuffs. Draw- string bottom. Dry clean only. Red, Green, Navy. Sizes 10-18. Boyi' Wear MEN'S DOWN FILLED SKI JACKET 99 Oown-filfed jacket has fortrel fibrefilf insulated sleeve. Block quilted jacket has 2 way zipper and knit cuffs. Ftap over pockets. Drawstring bollom. Navy and Gold. S-M-l-XL. Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 new sources of income be- cause Greenland's earnings cover only a tenth of the de- velopment funds being pumped in. Tlie Alaskan oil strikes have inspired nope, and there is feverish prospecting for hard minerals. A start has been made on developing tourism. But officials admit that they do not expect any real income front these sources for at least 10 years. NEW SIRENS NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) Metro Niagara police cruis- ers arc being equipped with new type sirens and red and white flashers to make the cruisers more noticeable when they are responding to emergency calls The new electronic siren caj easily be heard by a motoris with his windows up and radii on, police spokesmen said. Contract awarded despite pressure EDMONTON (CP) Ai jl5.89-million contract to supply ,he city with two thermal-clec- ric generators has been awarded to a Japanese com- pany despite pressure to accept a Canadian company's bid. City council, in approving tho bid by Marubeni Canada Ltd., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi In- dustries, Monday night, passed up a bid of million by Ca- nadian General Electric Co. Ltd. The Japanese company's ten- der was the lowest of seven. Aid. Alex Fallow, chairman of the utilities and engineering committee which supported Marubeni's bid, said council had been approached by fed eral and provincial politicians who wanted a Canadian com- pany to get the contract. "Maybe this isn't a well- known .fact, but there was n lot of pressure applied from icross the he scuu, although he declined to mention any names. SUPPORTED BID Mayor Ivor Dent, who sup- ported Marubeni's bid, asked council: "If we're going to give Cana- dian content preference, who will pick up the difference? Tho federal A letter from Marubeni pointed out the company bought million worth of Alberta coal a year, million worth of grain and is negotiating to buy more Canadian producls. Canadian General Electric, which has IS Canadian plants, is 91.9-per-cent owned by U.S.- based General Electric. This Saturday In Weekend Magazine University enrolments have dropped drastically across Canada, arid university degrees are no longer in demand. What is the reason for the student decline? How is it affecting our universities financially? Why are degree holders having trouble finding jobs, and what can we expect in the future? Janet Keith explores the university situation in depth this Saturday in.Weekend Magazine Farley Mowat A Whale For The Killing Part 2 Author-naturalist Farley Mowat concludes his dramatic tale of an 80-ton whale trapped in a salt-water enclosure near an isolated Newfoundland hamlet. Read what happened to Moby Joe Beachcombing For Profit They can't spend their time lazing in the sun. but professional beachcombers can make up 10 S100.000 year The Mysterious Eerik Heine Eerik Heine has spent many years in Soviet prisons He has also been branded as a Russian spy by the USA and tabbed as anti-communist by the RCMP The Jonas Bomb In 1971 Don Jonas, a discarded Toromo Argonauts quarterback, blasted the Winnipeg Blue Bombers back into the playoffs for the firsl time since 1966 by throwing the bomb Andy O'Brien reports on him Pork At Its Best ,fi Margo Oliver's delightful recipes using porV chops and loin of pork are: Stuffed Pork Tenderloin. Glazed Cottage Roll. Sausage and Cabbage. Pork Boiled Dinner, anci other inviting dishes. Watch for them this Saturday in Weekend Magazine The LetHbridge Herald ;