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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July U, 1972 U.S. supermarkets to 24-hours of NEW YORK (AP) rich on the East Coast, the getting easier to buy all-night operations of chains mill 24-hour at 3 a.m. in Hie United crimes have has grown so fast but harder lo fill a Ilicir stores, and some no up-to-date figures arc tion, buy 11 lank of gasoline or go out for a meal in the early predict that more 24-liour operations may spring up around tile well-lighted A spokesman for the Society of Independent Gasoline Mar- A rising number of patronized all of America said sur- markets have switched in of the society's members last few months from 9 ONES 1907 and 1070 showed an to 9 p.m. hours to 24-hour operation. But a survey year, four per cent of the supermarkets decrease in Ihn percentage of stations open all that the number of than business drug stores, gas stations were open all cut back because restaurants is on the West burglaries, robberies and The new 24-hour Bill Bishop, head of he said. are in suburbs, not in at the Super drug stores, although no cities. Their trade depends figures .ire available, (lie more mobile life style in the last six months reduction in hours appears lower crime rales of Midwest and (lie last as great. They talk to WINNIPEG (CP) cousins from about honkers an- doch and Clifford House, Sask. 'He used the calls and sur- and Dr. Doolittle have us out in the bush just their boat in common. They talk to to the birds and 23, said he and his e a r -o 1 d cousin have "My father taught two young men to identify different Murdoch, the oldest of the as boys, they had of geese by their flight out on 3 Juke in the But after years of and began to call goose, moose and flocks of geese. Within calls "we're still not perfectionists yet like our fathers." said birds and animals often are divided into in- and family types. For example, a famly of geese will land in a large flock on a but that same family will goes today TORONTO (CP) About leave by itself. He also said some of the world's best biologists are the trappers in remote northern areas. By JOHN workers went of them are natives OTTAWA (CP) Work at Toronto Western can't communicate "well rapidly being pushed to completion on a 20-storey today as negotiations over a new contract broke English but when they tslk in Cree they tell wonderful headquarters building for the defence 50 pickets appeared in front of the 800-bed about the animals and birds. T h e y 'v e lived wilh Staff is expected to start McAulay, hospital all their lives, like my cupying the building, already director, said talks and they know what dominating feature of in the middle of a new animal will do before he downtown skyline, in lale offer. He said he it." pinpoint where the cousins plan lo return The five-acre site Is within lay but felt the school this year but before few hundred feet of three close on the matter they intend to pick up shackle buildings constructed He gave no trapping lessons from wartime as the technical and fathers. home of the department, and are not in the living destroys a lot of use ever since. They are Supervisors and said Murdoch. "It uled for demolition after expected to help keep them into machines new headquarters are in by 0 a.m. and home by 5 include dietary Altogether, the personnel, and civilian personnel attendants and to defence headquarters scattered about in 35 workers are the Canadian Union of U. L J.J. As one officer put it: find us in nooks and crannies over the J A LESS THAN r Original plans for a new 1 quarters called for a BUTTE 31 structure that would have county of Lethbridge 'CyVL commodated them all, recreation board is ;L jalf a mile west of the canoe instruction 1 July 16, at Keho These plans were thrown will begin at In 1969 when the with all equipment announced that the defence 1 f partment would inherit a instructor is J V Jig intended for the department, construction o order to participate, which was then about too must pre-register by i The transport department the north county J J since moved into at 732-4774 before 4 J 1 premises in a July 7l called Place de As a result of the change vig plan, the defence department CITY (AP) getting nearly a third less persons died in VI space than it first in Mexico n 1971, 1 IH square feet instead of health ministry I ff HI million square 1 JOURNEYMAN n Large Calgary based retail organization has an diate opening for licensed aulo mechanic. This Pi tion offers excellent salary, comprehensive benefit j 'j program and opporl unifies for advancement. 4940 Telephone 252-3371 or reply staling and salary expected jjl Calgary Co-operative Assoc. J _ A split-level, scooped Personnel Officer nc ndds airy charm to 8818 Macleod Trail j skimmer. It's the perfect j to keep you feeling fresh on Calgary, Alberta Pattern 4WO: NEW sizes 3-1, 36, M, 40, 42, W 46 4f! Sipi1 3fi fhlist 40) Mi yards liO-inch. HAIL AND CROP CUNTS in coins (no stamps, please) for and WEATHER pattern add 15 cents Tho Select CommiltpQ of tho Alberta Legislature each pattern for first-class lished, lo study Hail and Crop Insurance) Programs and special handling. Weather Modification Programs throughout Alberla plan pla nly N.-U1K, hold "Hearing Type" to receive and huar STYLE NUMBER. tions and others on iho ihruo oforcmcntionnd Select CommillTO requests lhat all inloreslcd port n ind ADAMS, cato their intention to luhmit a brief by writing or Front SI. W., Toronto Gordon R. Sorlinrj, A'lior'a Dopnrtmenl of Afjricul uro. Regional 6905 116th Street, Edmonton, Alberta plainly PATTERN MUM- 435-4707) prior to AuguM 1st, YOUR NAME AND AD- Thf> number nnd location of "Hcnring Type" ;nd the name of the Will bo tl'.-pcnrlnnt of tho number of individuals or Herald. DO NOT who di-Jare 'heir infrcnlion Jo submit briefs (oml or it lo The llrrald All Iho-.a conlacling Mr. Sterling will bo advisnd Spring Kashion Oiler and where they may present ihcir brief 10 tho Sc eel ML Choose ono p.illcrn free from Spring Summer Catalog. siw.s! Send SOc INSTANT GORDON STROMBERG GOVERNMENT HOOK cu fit, sew MLA way. NSTANT CHAIRMAN OF ALBERTA IJOOK wlut-lo- nitswcrs. Politics and marrige don't mix By LOUISE COOK Associated Press Writer Politics and marriage aren't always the most compatible bedfellows. Martha and John Mitchell arc Ihc latest in a list of political couples, both He- public an and Democratic, wi.ii reported marital prob- lems. Senator Robert Dole of Kan- sas, lie pu blie. a n naLnnal chairman, was divorced in January by his wife Phyllis after 23 years of mr.rriage. Senator John V. Tunney's wife Miekc filed for divorce earlier this month from the California Democrat. RcprescrjjalJve Paul N. McCloskcy of California, who made a brief bid for the Re- publican presidential nomina- tion this year, annoiT.'jcd June 16 that he and his wife of 23 years had separated. William Pr o x m i re an- nounced a year ago that he and his wife separating after years of marriage. MCCARTHY LEFT WIFE The then Senator Eugene McC art h y, like Tunney a Roman Catholic, left his wife in August 19G9, 24 years after they were married. Mrs. Mitchell, whose hus- band John resigned as attor- ney-general to head President Nixon's re-election campaign-, said Monday: "There is no reason for us to be involved in politics." In an interview in the New York Daily News, Mrs. Mitch- ell repeated her vow to leave her husband until he leaves politics. Speaking from a suite at the Westchester Country Club in Eye, N.Y. Mrs. Mitchell said politics was a "cops and rob- bers game" and claimed she had been beaten up by a secu- rity guard. Mrs. Proxmire said that politics did not break up her marriage. She added in an interview politics interferes with family life a great deal, "and that was often very disappointing to the young people." "It's a constant conflict time and uncertainty. Yo u can't ever plan anything." INVOLVES A STRAIN To Abigail McCarthy, the I960 presidential campaign "brought abnost unbearable emotional strain and disaster to our family." In the epilogue to her recent book of memoirs, Private Faces, Public Places, Mrs. McCarthy wrote: "Gene left our home in August of 1969. He had long since come to the conclusion that the concept of life long fidelity and shared life was no longer valid." When the McCloskeys sepa- rated, an aide said the couple Pattern Little girls love sew tlus in minutes! Just 2 and back lo pinafore thai [lips over dress or swim suit. Paint flowers with felt-tip marker. Trim with rickrack. Pal. 7.134: Iransfcr, easy dircclions. SKVKNTY-I'-IVK CKNTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add IS cimLs for each patient for first-clnss mailing and special o Alice Brooks. Print plainly I'ATTKIIN NU.MDKIt, NA.MK, ADDKKKS. THE LETimniDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 00 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario wns "exhausted" afler months of campaigning. Mc- Closkcy was said to be hope- ful o[ a reconciliation. Not everyone views tho strains of politics as harmful. Mirvella Bayh, wife of Scna- lor Bii-cli Bayh of Indiana, said, "politics Is unique in that it's something that a hus- band and wife can share so completely together if they choose." Bayh, who had been nn an- nounced csTididatc for the Democratic presidential nomi- nation, withdrew last October. sayinR he wanted to be with his wife of 19 years during "a lengthy period of recuperation from surgery for breast can- cer." Although she enjoys politics and likes campaigning, Mrs. Bayli admits there are prob- lems. "I do think politics is one of the professions lhal can put a strain on she said. Marriage counsellors see in politics the s am e marital problems as exist in profes- sions like show business. Dr. Wardell Pomeroy, a well-known counsellor, said ho wasn't sure that politics puL more pressure on marriage, than other professions, but added, "It does do somo things to some marriages. It throws (he spotlight on tho woman as well as the man. SIMPSONS-SEARS THERE'S PROOF YOU GET LOW LOW PRICES AT SIMPSONS-SEARS SAVE Family-size color TV with a stand to call its own (extra) Reg. 489 color at off-season savings! And what a performer! 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