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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TURNING NIGHT INTO DAY Highway 401, running across the north of Toronto, is shown in this eastward view brightly lit by clear mercury lamps on 50-foot poles. New developments in road light brighter [amps, light clusters, higher poles are all being fried 1o turn night into day and cut down on the number of night driving accidents. Pregnant girl waits alone as red tape battle waged SAIGON (CP-Reuter) The dny Vietnamese girl, six months pregnant, waits alone in a wooden shuck while a bureau- cratic battle Is waged between her husband in St. Catharines, Ont., and the United States gov- ernment. Nguyen TM Tran is 18, and both she and Keith Mumby, 21, say they were married before he was shipped out of Vietnam last May. But U.S. consulate officials said Tuesday that the girl can- not leave Vietnam because they have received no application from Mumby. The officials said the girl, who lives in a shanty town near Sai- gon, would become eligible for a visa and a military flight to the U.S. only if her husband applied on her behalf, and produced proof of marriage. LEFT IN HURRY Mumby, who served in mili- tary police security, is living with liis parents in St. Cathar- ines. He said in an interview earlier this month' that he mar- ried the girl in January, and then was evacuated from Viet- nam on an hour's notice for medical reasons and was given an honorable discharge in May. He said that because lie mar- ried the girl without the permis- sion of his superiors, she was not allowed to accompany him when he was shipped out. The girl, interviewed .at her home, said she cannot produce a marriage certificate and she has forgotten the date on which the marriage took place. Mumby, now working at a service station, said the U.S. Army has refused to bring his wife to America, even though he obtained a visa and passport for her. And the cost of a commer- cial and a more than he can raise. DEADLY DISEASE Cholera killed nearly 400 per sons in Indonesia in the first five months of 1972. Wddnnday, Jung 28, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD It Little change in Shanghai's looks By PETEK GREGSON SHANGHAI (Reuler) Like a city preserved in mothballs. S h a n g h a i looks today little changed from its 1930s heyday as Ihe greatest port in the Ori- ent. Tho skyscrapers are a little drabber and in need of some touching up and a coat oE paint. But what once were the offices of foreign banks and merchant houses are unchanged since they were built in the 1920s and early 1930s. Two Peoples' Liberation Army soldiers guard the pil- lared entrance to the former Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank building, now the headquarters All-out strike of Japanese seamen called TOKYO (AP) The striking All-Japan Seamen's Union or- dered crews of all coastal ships Monday to join crews of ocean ships for an indefinite strike for higher pay. The union has been striking April 14 on all ocean ships and most coastal service ships but some coastal ships have been excluded. As a result of all-out strike, ships including 712 ocean vessels and 498 coastal ships are tied up at 53 Japanese ports, the union said. The union turned down man- agement's offer last Tuesday o! a montly pay raise. The union is demanding an average of At present, Japanese sea- men's base pay ranges between and a month. FAMOUS BRAND PLUGS FULL 4-PLY NYLON CORD! PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY DELUXE NYLON BLACKWAIL 650x13 only 1.43 more. PRICES INCLUDE ALL FREIGHT CHARGES 14 BtACKWAU 775x14 775x15 MILES or 20 MONTHS Whitewalls only 1.43 more in the following sizes. 695x14 735x74 775x14 775x15 BIACKWAU 825x14 j. 825x15 J only more. 16 AC or Champion iporkplugt. limit 8. EACH RESISTOR SPARK PLUS WRENCH Model IMS G.E. SEALED BEAMS 133 Uppsr or lower beamj for all cars wilh A hecdlighl iyslemi, limit 2. Model 400W002 8 TRACK STEREO TAPE PLAYER MODEL KIM7 Ranger compact fits anywhere. Dual conlroli, excellent lone reproduction. Expert initiation available, KOUNP SPEAKERS 4.77 PR. Mode, BS-52P OIL CHANGE KIT Includes drain prm, oil ipout, mi cit filler remover wrench. Model T-101C ALL SIXES, ONE LOWPRIC1! WITH EXCHANGE Full 12-volf bollery wilh three yenn of dependable stalling GUARANTEED. Adjustment, if needed, pro-rated on monlhs used, based on current selling pricer, COMPLETE BRAKE OVERHAUL 4888 Alt CARS EXCEPT DISC BRAKES HERE'S WHAT WE DO: Install premium brake shoes an all 4 wheels Rebuild 4 wheel Returface 4 drums Precision grind lining: Replace brake hardware, aTUwfieefs Bleed, flush end refill farafce system Inipecr master cylinder Repcckfronrwheelbeoringt KSfld lest car UNINGS GUARANTEED MILES Replacement linings no charge ir> ease of eorjy wearour, InstaliGlIon charge j eilf a. SIMONIZ MASTER WAX 128 B EACH Creamy, prMoflened formula clean; and waxes Ihe fast way. Your cfiolco liquid or paile. SHOCK ABSORBERS EACH MOST CANADIAN- US. CARS Original equipment qualify. Good ihocKi are vilal for keep'ncj Ihe car under control. Initollaiion only 1.50 ea. MILE GUARANTEE OPAQUE FLOOR MATS AAA FRONT I REAR Vmyl floor maTs, front or Ml or fwin. Choice of 4 colors or clear. CHROME REVERSE WHEELS, NO BXCHANGE NEEDED Deep dish nickel chrome whetTs. Most 3 Crievys, Ptymoulhs. CHROME IUG of S Department Stores Because Were Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magralh Drive Open Daify 9 a.m. to 6 p.nvj Thurs. and Fri. 9 a. ni 9 p.m. Closed Salurday Dominion For appointment phone 328-8014 of the Shanghai Municipal Revo- lutionary Committee. A little further along, the for- mer British consulate now is a seamen's club and a huge slo- gan in Chinese characters on the roof declares: "Workers of the world unite." Next door, Uie consul's resi- dence now is a shop selling an- tiques to foreigners. Browsing through one of the upstairs rooms, the British ambassador in Peking, John Adis, remin- isced: "The last time I.was here, this was my bedroom." AS IN EUROPE In the former international concessions, the extra-territorial domains of the great powers that divided up Cliina's trade for 100 years until the middle of this century, a visitor can still ieei as if he is strolling in Eu- rope. The tree lined streets and graceful mansions their iron balconies are straight from France, the German legacy is arcades of shops and there are red-brick mansions which would be at home in London. What were luxurious apart- ment blocks are now comforta- ble hotels and the old hotels have new names. The Cathay is now the Peace, and the King Kong has given way to the Chlng Chiang. But Shanghai is a vastly dif- ferent place from the time when its name was synonymous with sin. A race course the BriUsh huild now is a public park. The pavements arc thronged with Shanghai's 10 million resi- dents in the uniform blue-grey suits of Ciiina's masses. In the largest department store, there are more than custom- ers a day buying goods which are cheap, plentJful and varied. Everyone has a job and some- where to call home. The days when carls went round picking up the bodies of persons who died in the streets during the night are not forgot- ten. Interior and Exterior Finishes Exterior House Paints fj'nair quality Resolac Paint for all your exterior pointing. C ho cue from two premium finishes at this low price. Oil bated Houta Paint dries to o tough fjlosi finUh that will I ait for Exlertar Latex IB easy to apply on wood, stucco or brick homes and gives a long lasting mat finish that resists blistering. Interior Latex Smooth, rich, easy 1o apply Reg. prlcell 10.97 flal. and 3.19 qT. Smooth, rich, easy 1o apply finish for walls and ceilings. Your choice of hundreds of colors at no extra charge. Reg. Wo a! co prices; gal. 2.59 qt. 5.49 gal. 1.99 Reg. Woolco pncet: 10.49 gal. 2.99 qr. 6.49 BaL 1.99 Quality Woodstains Excellent valuel Stock up now on Trelspar stains at this low idle price. Trelspar beau- tifies and unpointed furnflure. Use inside on trim and unpainlecf furniture, or outside on fences, sun decks, boats, efc. Choose Redwood or Cedar woodfone colours. Waolco Prices 9.97 gal. 3.19 at. gal. Famous Mac lac self-adhesive decorator vinyl Tn o hcndy 2 yard package. Many patterns 1o from in- cluding reolfstic wood grains! Don't miss thii low price! package 2 yard package, .87 Latex Semi-Gloss If you've fried latex semr gloss painls and were disappointed dont give up! Ficjlo now haj this finish perfected. Exlremely eajy to uie, clean up in soapy waler, ond your beoutifuf new finiih ii truly icfubbable, Reg. Woo I co pricni 9.47 gal. 2.99 qr. gal. t.24 Open Dally to I p.m., Thirrlday and Friday 9am to 9 p m ClOSED SATURDAY DOMINION DAY College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;