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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 'Service To Victoria Park TWICE-DAILY MAIL DELIVERY GOES INTO EFFECT ON APRIL 15 people, like residents ft all points in the Dominion who xeceSved full mail services prior to the -BIT, icitl once again receive the benefits of a iwo-mail delivery commencing Monday April 15. The twice-daily delivery was abandoned At the Theatres Complete show: "Lost Lass complete show at "The Great Mike." "Deerslayer." Lasc complete show at -Radio Stars on "Murder My First Aid Needs Mothers, be prepared to treat those tninor accidents that happen in every family. MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 2St5 414 13th St. N. Phone 3445 POTATO GROWERS We are buying NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage Phone 25S4 during the war because of the man- power shortages. At the same time mail delivery services will be extended in bridge to take in the Victoria Park area buUt up during the war years. In that new area the delivery will go as far as Eleventh Avenue South. Twin-Oeiirerr Systfm Under the present plan to In- stitute tvo complete deliveries all over Lethbridge in the areas which lie within the delivery limits, in certain sections it TSUI mean an in- crease of service to the extent of one delivery. Prior to the war cer- tain outlying portions of the city received only the oae delivery each dav, but under the new regulations the twin-delivery system will apply everywhere. The districts receiving an addi- tional delivery on this account will include those individuals who pre- viously received only one delivery in the area north of Ninth Avenue North; those east of Twentieth Street North; those south of Ninth Avenue South, and those east of Eighteenth Street Soutli. More Carriers The extra service here will reouire three additional carriers, raising the total number of letter carriers in Lethhrcdge from 12 to 15. The first delivery will start at 8.00 ajn.. and the second at 230 pjn. As some of the men will be al- together new to the job. and the re- I maining men will be new to their routes, the public should not expect that they will necessarily receive their mail at the same pane as thev THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN City Glances ciid in the past- With the chang- ing of the routes it is likely that many of the delivery times will be different. Money, Money, Money! Ask about our 3Iortgage Loans Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate. Rentals FOG LAMPS Top grade chrome finish. Clear or amber sealed beam units. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers TAKES POSITION HERE Back from eirrseas service where he flew with the fleet air arm, G. D. York of Winnipeg has arrived in Lethbridge to be- come territory supervisor the Firestone Tire and Rubber com- pany for this area and will take up residence here. Mr. York is a nephew of Alex Wjlie, ager of C-P. Telegraphs here. SOW WITH T.C.A. James H. Thornton, former member of the Lethbridce Citr police. enlisted in the 8.C. AJF. four years and served as pilot instructor, has been dis- ehsu-f ed with the rank of Flying Officer. He has joined the pilot staff of Trajtts-Cxnada. Airlines and this week was moved to where he will fly tae Lethbridge-Winnipeg Mr. Thomson's Jock Thom- son, moved from Lethbridze to Medicine Hat one year ago. Unharmed By Tidal Wave tethbridge friends of Mrs. "Wil- liam Thiis. formerly Miss Marjorie Martin, will be relieved to learn thai neither she nor her husband was harmed in the recent tidal wave which struck the Hawaiian islands. Mr. and Mrs. Thiis have teen residents of the island o' Kauai for the past six years and several casualties had been reported in news dispatches foUowing the dis- turbance which spread death and destruction in widely separated sections of the Pacific. Mrs. Thiis is the daughter of Mrs. G. E. C. Martin and the late Mr. Martin and is a sister of Mrs. George A. Young of this city. Mrs. Martin, at present residing at Van- couver, received a cablegram re- vealing they were unharmed but members of the family are anxi- ously awaiting- further details. Mr. and Sirs. N. J. Anderson of Lethbricge, were mission- aries in the Hawaiian islands a few j years ago. and are anxiously awrait- i ing tidings from their many friends and associates in the tidal wave areas. HIGHER HOG PRICES Two Dollar Increase Now In Effect The new bog raise of country this year as compared to: about net per now in t last, statistics reveal, which indi- cates the serious decline in produc- tion on the farms of the country. effect and a "Lethbridge livestock dealer told the Herald today it is having some effect in stimulating You cannot overcome that situa- i the movement of hogs, but only tion in a short time, especially slight. j tfaeat at an attractive price. "The trouble is, the increase is i Or. the Calgary marfcec where the t-ao years too late. While it is ap- sew prices went into effect last; predated there are few hogs in] week grade A hogs were quoted at I the country many farmers having j per hundred against S16.70 gone out of bog raising entirely. I; the previous week and Bl at is going to take time to build up 1 against The dressed weight 1 that end of the farm program. There of a hog is about 75 per cent of its' are 38 per ceas fewer bogs in the I live weight. Bathtub Shortage It may be a long time between baths for some resi- dents if they hare to depend on the new bathtub they hope to get for their new homes. One Lsthbrjdge plumbing concern has received a letter from an Alberta wholesale supply house stating tha% as the present rate of sap- ply, it will be five years before they can fill the orders Uiey have on hand today. Oil Activities CALIFORNIA STANDARD TO DRILL ANOTHER WELL AT TABER ing display of flowers was on hand. Pallbearers were former friends of the deceased: F. J James Tieraey. J. W. Shine T. J. Winn, R. Haciefc and M. J Mc- Mahon. Martin Bros, funeral directors of Lethhridge were in charge. "Sure Says Mat Star Here "With an expensive smile on. his mat-worn features. Broncho Nagur- ski, famous American and three-tiaies All-American, fullback while with University of Minnesota Record Made In Vets' Discharges j Army discharges la Military Dis- i trict 13 for the month of March totalling 4.132 all ranks exceeded those for any previous month. Of this number approximately three, thousand saw service overseas. s la pre-discharge interviews ccn- ducted by the army counselling staff each soldier going back to ci.-Sian; life was o.uestioned and advised reference to possible civilian occupations. Of the total number, twenty-three per cent expected to be reinstated in former jobs, while i another twenty per cent were re- turning to their farms. Five hundred and forty-four vet- Another Firm five-Day Week A cumber of important tests will be made tttfs on the plains i areas and in the foothills tn search if or additional crude oil reservoirs among the recently announced! well on the Quaich structure m. the foothills out trota Lundbreck S and the new Masinont well on the I Watson structure in. the same gen-! aral area. Should either cr both 1 of these wells get commercial pro-', duction is. would be the for' a major in that section of the I province. Equipment is going is' for the Quaich well. j t Xew Taber Wea j j Califoraia Standard is also start- I ing a new well in the Taber aeld brightening the psctsa-e in diat area.' Is will be drilled a quarter of a soile south of ose producer and the same distance west of acotijer. j Standard recently completed a new producer at Conrad and has a well' started the Irvine field. Development of the synthetic gaschae industry in Alberta, is at- tracticg wide At Calgary Seta Possible establishment of million dollar pilot plant Jor the production of synthetic gasoline is seen at Calgary, ttee Dominion governnieijs being linked Triiii the report. The sifiot pteriT. would be on the premises of Alberta SItrogea Products, Lim- ited, off the MacJecd Trsil, aixsat. ten miles south of Calgary. The sum of was se- eenUy set aside by the federal goveransens for a pilot which use. the h aon process, producing from coal, cosi (Commercial projects in Canada for the producuoa of synthetic gasoline nave so far favored the Fischer Tropsch process, utilizes natural gas or coal gas.) W. A. Laa? of Edmonton, re- search chemsst the Albena Research Council, referred to the Dominion project dunes a talfr before the Canadian Club in Calgary Thursday. ________ Shorter working weeks are rerv companies press the search for new much in the public eve these days." reserves of natural gas and plans s And an announcement, made todav divXged for a pjant 10 extract j by rha I-ethbridge Iron Works is in' gas. L. a. keeping with the tread. Lut- fieo-w H an- ttus wees ln Calgary that construe- on Friday Uatd-e of a would hess" week. Monday through Friday, i ase Priobahly 2.000.000 cubic j jjye_ ganonsTof gasoline itor about Previously the company had been closing its plant Saturday nooa. Now. in order to give the sta3 ad- vantage of another full dav rest real, from which the K.C-AJP. will a week the plans will be closed Sat- send them on leave so all parts of I cupic feet a day. c j_ cmne repatriaticn depot near Mont-' 11.000 cubic feet of gas. The pro- 1 cess to be used in the Alberta plant is said to be different frora that of plant which Trill use excep, Gcphers rugby squad, spent a few i ch dllHrir mornings. hoars, in Lethbridee today en route i iSl FV-TSeral yeais to leave to Calgary to fulfil! a wrbtlmg en- j gagement. or i in foundry and ofSce on Saturday w mw- .-_ 9. Brazean In the Sraaau well has strucfc Cow of gas and some light Final Tributes For Retired Farmer Friends and neighbors of the Foremost district paid tribute to the late Jack English, retired farm- er-of that district, at funeral ser- vices held from St. Patrick's church. Friday morning. High Mass was celebrated by Father J. Tate at ajn., and interment was in. St. Patrick's cemetery. A pleas- Broncho was pleased with Leth- bridge sure warm for this time o" he he was mildly upset by delays in air transportation. Many- Troubles Broncho's troubles started at Van- couver. His flight from Portland was scheduled to hook on to a Go On land i A slightly smaller number, five', hundred and twenty-one, stated t that they had new jobs to which to j go. Planning on taking advantage of veteran land settlement schemes were four hundred and thirty-nine, which four planned to use their benefits towards commercial fish- ing. pany here been Sve-dav week. Approximately nine per cent of Vets Homeward where he expected to get a plane to Calgary. However, he missed connections at Vancouver, was de- layed six hours, got to Lethbridge Thursday night and found he nadi to wait until noon today before get- ting a plane to Calgary. Broncho has 237 pounds weE dis- tributed on a six-foot-two frame and in soite of 20 years of rugby and bis features are still well preserved. In fact, he hasn't! even got cauliflower ears. Nine Canadian Pacific special trains were made up Thursday. the veterans going through for dis- j ready to carry most of the re- charge expressed a desire for voca- turning veterans and wriHeh brides from repatriation OH a ifoncton. X-B.: 6 officers and 183 j j other ranks to Winnipeg, and seven 1 officers and 136 other ranks to Van-' j couver. Sn route west on another train j are three oSicers and 13? other! ranks for Regtna. and two oSicers and 13S other ranks for Calgary. j All trains will maintain approxi- the running schedules of! regular passenger trains between all; points. j tional or educational training. STKAXGE TUIEFIECES The dials of Chinese clocks go around and the hands stand still. 250 British the He ce Prance to depots and homes across Canada. Four of the trairis will carry al- most 1500 airmen to the big La- APPOINTED STOKE MANAGER Gordon H. Kennedv, son of Mr.! and Mrs. H. B. Kennedy of Leth- j bridge, has been appointed manager j of Kresge's Tweed Street East store in Toronto. THE BOOK DEPARTMENT Just received, a second shipment of to Overlord" by Ross Munro. The story of the Canadian Army Postage I5c on mail orders. Commercial Printers and Office 7th Street Sonth. Ltd. Phone RADIO SERVICE Prompt and courteous ser- vice from a shop at a reasonable price. MfKENZIt- fifcmic tro. C-I-L PAINTS PRESENT "CAVALCADE OF MUSIC" CJOC Every Sfonday, pjn. Morris Barrett HAKDWAKE South Alberta. IHstribnton C-I-L Runts Before Renewing ANY POLICY PHONE 3M9 FOR SITES AND COVERAGE Be Wise-Insure With Ive? Supina Mercantile Bargain Specialists PHONES: GROCERIES, 2766 AND 2966; BUTCHER, 3456; LADIES' WEAR, 2866; MEN'S WEAR, 3456 Boys9 Suits We have a fine selection of smart suits for boys, tailored from wool tweeds and worsteds in both and double- breasted models in popular shades of brown, blue, green and grey. Sizes 6 to 18 years. .o BOYS' COMBINATIONS Good quality combinations in medium weight. Button front, long sleeve, long leg style. Sizes 4 to 8 years Sizes 10 to 14 95o SMALL BOYS' TOPCOATS Snappy Donegal tweed topcoats cut in the fashionable bal-box model with two slash pockets and art silk lining1. Brown and grey. Sizes 4 to 8. Regular value S10.95. Special Supina value, BOYS' SWEATERS Sleeveless pullover sweaters knit in fancy stitch in shades of blue, sand and wine. Sizes, small, me- dium and large. MEN'S TWEED PANTS Special group of tweed pants in herringbone patterns, in shades of brov-n or blue. Finished with five pockets and cuff bottoms. Waist sizes 30 to 40. MEN'S VALENTINE WORK BOOTS Valentine work boots made with elk uppers, in either plain toe or toe cap style. Solid leather soles nailed and sewn and half rubber heels. Sizes 6 to 11, including half sizes. NEW SHIPMENT Spring Dresses Ultra fashionable dresses, styled in flat- tering new models, from Duality black crepes -with colorful silk jersey trim. Sizes 12 to 18. FASHIONABLE Spring Coats FOR GIRLS Just unpacked, these smart coats are styled in the latest box models from -wool tweeds in. the popular herringbone -weave. Shades of blue, (old, tan or brown. Sizes 7 to 14x. to LADIES' BLOUSES Suede spnn blouses, styled -with the new neckline to -wear with the latest dressmaker suits. Back buttoning. Color: white. Sizes IZ to IS. ANKLE SOCKS Cotton anfcle socks ribbed or turndown lops. Full range of sizes. Assorted shades. GIRLS' DRESSES spnn rayon dresses. V A In atlraciive designs. New I Pf styles, including the popular ft m drawstring neckline. Wide shades. Sizes 8 to 14. Priced from Butcher Linen Good quality, suitable for jump- ers, skirts and suiis. 42 inenes -wide. Color: sea green only. Per Special Clearance! PURSES Pijtei and smooth leathers. models. Regular values to S4.95. Clearing-, each or GROCERY NEWS PHONES: 2766 2966 WAX and GREEN BEANS, 20-ox. PEAS, Counby Kist, PEAS and CAR- O ROTS, 20-oz.. FLOOR WAX, Nonsuch, for 27c 35c SARDINES, Old Salt KIPPERED SNACKS, Mephisto CUSTARD POWDER, Saijoy, I6-oz......... 2 2 25c 25c 31c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CELERY, Utah type. Per !b................. LETTUCE, solid heads CABBAGE, California 15c 2for 29c SWEET POTATOES TOMATOES, Field. Per Ib- ASPARAGUS, Fresh. Per Ifa.................... 35c 49c FRESH GREEN PEAS NEW CARROTS California 2 bunches 49c 2Oc ORANGES NAVELS 392 ..................O Size O 288 Size 176, per dozen GRAPEFRUIT PINKS Size 126 Size 64 5tor29c 2for25c FINEST QUALITY MEATS COMMERCIAL BEEF Prime Ribs, boned and rolled. Lb. Rump Roasts. Pound Sirloin or T-Bone Roasts. Pound Sirloin or T-3one Steaks. Pound Round Steak. Pound Hip Roasts. Pound Blade or Round Bone Roasts. Pound 33c 33c 38c 40c 35c 35c 24c Lean Rib Boil. Pound lOc Pickled Corned Beef. Pound Fresh Beef Tongues, Pound Commercial Sausages, small casing. Lb....... Pork and Beef Sausages, large O Ibs. casing Baby liver, sliced. Pound 25c 22c 20c 25c 25c LAMB Legs, whole or half. Pound Shoulders, whole or half. Pound Shoulder Steaks. Pound Loin Chops. Pound 32c 40c JEWS PA PER I iWSPAPERI ;