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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Tuesday, January 19, 1971 Paul Hcllyer, former federal cabinet minister, said in Toronto he would not consider leaving the federal Liberal party to run for a provincial seat, even if there were a move to draft him for the Ontario leadership. Mr. Hellyer told a rally sponsored by the Scarborough '""��mm PAUL HELLYER . . . Not interested Centre provincial Liberal association he had always felt he could concentrate on his special interest - general economic problems-better at the federal level. The member for Toronto Trinity praised Robert Nixon as leader of the provincial party, saying "he has everything we need." *  * Frank Howard, a candidate for the leadership of the national New Democratic Party, said is- Toixnto Canada's "depression - like" state can be blamed on the cold political approach to human problems taken by Prime Minister Tru-deau. "The prime minister is not really a warm-hearted human being, but more a political machine," Mr. Howard told a news conference. * * * Prime Minister Trudeau dropped in for lunch at the Singapore Boy::' Town and exchanged the peace sign with fingers raised in a V with excited youngsters. He told about 200 boys between eight and 1" ". . . What we are most interested in is associating ourselves' with human beings . .... pr cities across Canada during 1971 and 1972, first-class jnail will be guaranteed next-day distribution provided the customer deposits his mail within specified times. The service, to be offered at regular first-class rates and limited to mail going to domestic points, will be extended April 1 to mail originating from Winnipeg, Calgary and Edmonton. Vancouver will join the program May 1 while Ottawa will begin June 1 and Montreal on July 1. However, since 60 per cent of the mail originated in Toronto is destined for other Canadian communities, effects of the new program should be felt immediately in most parts of the country, Mr. Cote said. REQUIRES KAHI.Y POSTING Beginning Feb. 1 letters posted in any mail box in Toronto before II a.m. will be assured ncxt-d;iy delivery to all major centres in central, southern and eastern Ontario and initially to 16 cities across Canada. Letters posted before :s p.m. in special bluc-ar.d-white striped boxes located on main thoroughfares and in cMiiinrrcial areas will v.? delivered the next day initially lo major centres in central, southern and eastern On-j tario as well as to North Bay and Montreal. Mail posted after 3 p.m. in striped boxes will be picked up and processed in the normal way. "We believe that the most important quality customers look for in a postal service is reliability," he said. "This program provides it." This road would stretch some SCO miles along the route of a pipeline proposed to carry crude oil from Prudhoe Bay fields to the ice-free port of Valdez. It would link with the state's regular highway system near Liven-good, north of Fairbanks. Just to the east in Canada, if present plans go through, a motorist will be able by 1974 to drive virtually to the Arctic Ocean from the northern ec'g� of Montana. The circuitous route would cover more than 2,000 miles. Canada's northern development department says it is giving priority to a final 450-mile link of road, gravel-topped but designed for use in all weather, leading to Inuvik in the Northwest Territories. Called the Dempster Highway, this link begins near the Dawson City cutoff of the Alaska Highway in the Yukon. Boy detects heart ailment WEST BEND, Wis. (AP) -Ten-year-old Steven Neumann became curious about heart beaLs while reading a bcok on the subject. His curiosity led him lo compare the heart beat of six-year-old brother Jackie and another brother by placing his ear against their chests. "They don't sound the same," the fifth-grader told his mother, Mrs. John Neumann, a nurse's aide. S'he responded that it was Steven's bedtime and urged him to end the game. But he insisted she also listen to the "swishing sound in Jackie' chest." "It sounded like a wet sponge does when you squeeze it," Mrs. Neumann said of the October experiment. "Steve told me his heart book said the sound was an indication of a heart disorder." The boy's suspicions were confirmed by the family's physician and Jackie underwent a series of tests this month at University Hospitals in Madison. He will undergo open heart surgery in a few weeks. Physicians said the six-year-old has an enlarged heart, a pinched main artery and a hole between the lower chambers of his heart that should have closed after he was born but didn't. The condition went undetected until Steven's curiosity intervened. Flight record established VANCOUVER (CP) - A CP Air DC-8 jet has set a Vancouver - to - Honolulu flight record of fou" hours, one minute. The airliner covered the 2,755 mile distance with the help of tail winds up to 230 miles an hour. Ground speed at times reached 7If> in.p.h. Scheduled time for Vancouver - Honolulu flights is five hours, L'i minutes. The record was achieved by Capt. Karl Fleming of Vancouver, with 125 passengers on board the long - body DC-8-63. SIMPSONS-SEARS We Allstate Super Safety Tires At One Low Price Blackwalls S.10��* ...... IS, forH.�'f"*ad. ...�A. ...11U Guarantee **u*t*ntet& Aflnntt Trend For How l-ong: The number of months Bpecified. Wh�t Wc WW Vot In exchange for the tire, repizco it, charging the vurrent re%u\ar list price less the following atlow&riw. 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