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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 51, 1972 THE ItTHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Mailmen criticize Cole over Saturday service OTTAWA (CP) The Leller Corners' Union ol Canada lias criticized Postmaster General Jcnn-PieiTC Cole [or making "erroneous jinil irresponsible statements" rcgardinR resumption ol Saturday mail service. In a statement yo.sterday, tlie union said il rinds it deplor- able that Mr. Cole "seems to launch an election campaign on Hie back of the lellcr carriers." Post office difficulties are not due to Ihe absence of Salurday mail deliveries, (lie union said. They come from "pcor adminis- tration of post offices." In n Vancouver speech, Mr. Cote said Salurday muil deliv- eries may have lo be resumed in order to restore efficiency. Post office productivity lias lailcn 12.5 per cent since despite better pay and conditions, he said. Ttic lellcr carriers' union said delays in mail deliveries arc due lo a reduclion in Ihc num- ber of deliveries made by lellcr carriers every day. Itoutes liavc btx'n extended and ttic volume of mail carried by postmen bas been increased. EPIDEMIC STOPPED B KLG II A DE (neuler) i'fiillh olticials informed tlie parliament Wednes- day lhat smallpox cases in Hie present epidemic; totalled 173 with 34 deaths and said the dis ease now is under control. All slricken areas of Yugoslavia are expected to be proclaimed free of infection by the cud of this month or early in May. ANNUAL MEETING and DINNER LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE Tuesday, May 2nd 7 p.m. ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT Dinner per person No host bar i p.n PUBLIC MEETING TO FOLLOW AT B P.M. Guett Speaker: R. F. FAIRBAIRN M.D., M.S. Topic In or Out" CLOWN DIES Olto Cirichlmg. llic world famous, sad-laced Kindling Hros., and Darnuin and Uailcy Circus Rich ore strike MOSCOW (AP) The Soviel Union announced Thursday the discovery of a new iron-ore de posit in the Ural Mountains will reserves estimated at 58 milliot tons. Tass news agency said the find was made at a site sevei miles from Magnitogorsk, the country's largest melallurgica centre. CENTRE VILLAGE SATURDAY SPECIALS! CHILDREN'S SLIP-ON RUNNING SHOES Navy and red Sale REWARD SHOES 1 .49 TRANSISTOR RADIO Pocket size Value lo 9.99........ Sale MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM 5-99 BABY SCOTT REGULAR DIAPERS Reg. 1.99 Sale SHOPPERS' DRUG MART 1 BENYLIN COUGH SYRUP Reg. 2.95 ............Sale SHOPPERS' DRUG MART CHARISMA PANTY HOSE Reg. 1.49............Sal, SHOPPERS' DRUG MART 99" PAMPERS DAYTIME 301 Reg. 2.39 ............Sale SHOPPERS' DRUG MART MACLEODS GARDEN TILLER ,P.......... Sa, 177'50 MACLEODS COOLER CHESTS Reg. 8.88 Sale MACLEODS 5-98 JOY LIQUID SOAP 32-01............... Snle MACLEODS GLADIOLA BULBS 20 osst.............. Sale OO MACLEODS PEAT MOSS 4 cu. (I.............. Sale 2 MACLEODS GENUINE LEATHER PURSES From Spain JS. QQ Reg. 6.99 Sale MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM WIG SERVICE Comb-out Reg. l.DO............ Sale MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY Reg. ].49 Sale SHOPPERS' DRUG MART WONDERSOFT Reg. 64c............ Sol SHOPPERS' DRUG MART LAVORIS MOUTH WASH 32 1.59 Reg. 7.49 Sole SHOPPERS' DRUG MART LISTERINE MOUTH WASH JO-oz................Sale MACLEODS 89" 9 ELEPHANT BRAND FERTILIZER 50-lb. bag Sale MACLEODS DOWNY FABRIC SOFTNER 1.37 4o-oi............... Sale MACLEODS LADIES' FORTREL SLACKS Sale MACLEODS WEEDEX WEED BARS MACLEODS GWG MEN'S WORK PANTS Snlo MACLEODS "The Mall that has it all" 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N Ps fail to producetampering evidence OTTAWA (CP) Five MPs ave suspicions that their pri- ate mail or plioncs have been mipcred with but none has reduced firm evidence, the hairmau ot the Commons privi- epcs committee said here. Tlie live were not named. Ovid l.aflamme Ihc chairman, made Ihe talcmcnl at the opening of the ominillcp's inquiry into ailer- ons by Erik Neilsen on) lhal MPs privileges have iecn invaded by wire-lapping mil the opening of their mail. Mr. Lafliimmc said lhat In n'eparalion for the bearing he vrote to all Mi's asking for any evidence to he filed with the clerk. lie also wrote ijiecial loiters to Mr. Neilsen ami two other MPs who sup- his allegation, Alfred D. lales (PC--Wellington) arid Korcliinski Me received 16 ot hem saying they bad no suspi- cions, and five "mcntioninp some suspicions, but no factual evidence." Mr. Latlamme said Mr. Neil- wrote a long letter to him, which he was prepared to read to Ihc committee. The letter s not read, however, and Mr. Ncilscn did not attend the In- quiry. His office said he was out of town. HEAR DENIALS "Before adjourning the hearing while a sub-committee decides what to do uext, the committee heard denials of any invasion of MPs' privacy by E. A. Cote, deputy solicitor-general, and W. L. IlU'gitt, commissioner of the HCMP. Mr. Cole said that "so lar as it is within my knowl- (here was no wire-tap- ping or interference with MPs1 mail. His department bad no means lo invesligalc such alle- gations, except lo ask the HCMP. Mr. IligBill said the RCMP does not and lias not interfered with members' phones or mail. The committee was min- utes late starling its hearing for lack of a quorum. After arguing and hearing evidence for 55 minutes. Liberal and N'DP members said that unless more substantial charges arc ad- vanccd, Ihc commillee should this Les Benjamin Centre) said, "lorget (lie whole'. damn Ihing.'' Michael FiMTPslall moulh-IIalifax Kastl said the committee should nol start a witch-hunl. Douglas HoEarlh Westminster I suid the tiinl thing was lo get Mr. Neil- sen before the committee with his specific complaint "and in on lhat." Mr. IliSfiiU said the [ICMP bad made no check of mont Hill phone circuits, and had not been asked to do so Normally, il was a rcspunsibil- ily IR. in a restaurant here. Off cials said (he case cost possiljly as much as S.SOO.OQO. Crown Attorney Norman Matu- estimated courl eo.sLs alone at in bringing W wit- nesses from the United States and providing four aid lawyers for the accused during (ho trial. Mr. Malusiak told (he jury that Poll, an overnight dish- washer at the restaurant, was hcatcn to death will] a crov.'har, used to break into the building, lie said all had conspired to commit burglary- Inspector Jack Webster of the hnmicidc .squad noted (hat four officers worked almost full-time for a year on the case, making the first arrest a year to the clay after Poll's death. During this time they travelled (o Cali- fornia. Texas, Mexico and Brit- ish Columbia. Govcdarov was arrested in I.os Angeles Insl year and Askov here several clays later. Dzambas and Popovic were ar- rested in Houston, Tex. EASY TO HRASIUA (AP) will have paper monc-y you can read upside The new cirn bill, worth about S-U.'t, uill have the printed in varying positions so Ihe user can tell how much the hill is worth no mailer how he holds it. SIMPSONS-SEARS 2.29 3.99 1.99 2.99 2.39 4.99 3.79 3.29 3.49 m- --m li... Juniper Sabina IB 24" Pfitiermntr Aurea (Juniper) 24 30' Pfitxeriana Compncla f Juniper) 24 30" Pinui Mugho 10 12" ___ Mugho Pins 15 18 5.99 5.99 5.99 5.99 6.99 5ylvcstm Pine ft QQ (Seolch) 36 Colorado Spruce 7 QQ 30 36" I -ww Pyromidnlii C cm pa da (Thuya) g Pyramidalis Compncla R (Thuya) O QQ Thuya Wood ward! 18 24" Thuya Warean 24 30" 5.99 Green Karpet Grass Seed Canada No, I mix, Net weight 5 Ibs. covers sq. ff, Sun and Shade Grass Seed Canada Ma. 1 lawn mix. Net weight 5 Ibs. covers sq. fl. Playground Grass Seed Canada No. 1 mix. Net weight 5 Ibs. covers ft. 8-38 g.9B 3-49 Quality Costs IV o More al Si STORE HOURS: Open Daily 1 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Ccnlre Villngo. Telephone 3J8-923T ;