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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _________ Wednesday, May 24, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAID 33 Cider is south big business Enland POPULATION EXPLOSION Toronto is faced with another type of population explosion-geese. This mother goose would normally be found in a secluded area of Toronto islands but the islands have become overcrowded with geese and she and her family have moved to nest her eggs 75 feet from the Don Valley Parkway, one of the city's most heavly-travelled arteries while the gander paddled around in a nearby pond apparently sure that, his mate was safe and needed no husbandly protection. LONDON -The city of j Edmonton planning department i j will receive a granf from Central Mortgage and Housing I Corp. to study the impact of a I i public land development pro- i grain on nearby land prices. The study will document land I prices in liic recent past in the area of the Mill Woods land i development and prices as the community develops. Mill Woods is the largest j municipal land hank in Canada j and was assembled in 1909 by I the city and the province. j Last quint dies i NORHAMPTON. England i (Router) The last of the quin- I tuplets born to 24-year-old Susan Furlow here on May 6, died Tuesday. The throe boys and two girls were born about six weeks prematurely. Three died within 48 hours and the fourth lived for a week. is then spread on coarse cloth in layers, one on top of the other until a pile about four feet high is prepared. STOKKU IN VATS At this st a ge, they arc squeezed by a hydraulic press and the juice gushes out to rest in settling vats adjoining the vat house before being pumped to the storage vats for fermenta- tion. This goes on until the sugar lias been converted into alcohol: and acid gas. The re- sulting limiid is dry cider. New cider has to he kept for i some time before it is drunk and, as apple pressing time comes only once a year, storage on a big scale is necessary. More than 12 million gallons of cider are stored at Hereford in vats. Widespread research among the nation's cider drinkers has i shown established preference and ciders arc blended and sweetened to meet spar- i kling or still, dry, medium or sweet. The range of Bulmers 1 cider can be divided into three I standard bottled varieties of cider and perry, the draught or still ciders and the champagne ciders. Pomagne is made from cider apples in a similar way to champagne. This specially se- lected cider undergoes a natural secondary' fermentation. The bottles are dresed in golden bearing Us own vin- tage dale. New J.caller Uritish Cii'- liinlliii Liberals elected Ksqui- inalt-SaanicIt Member (il I'ar- liainent Itavid Anderson m their now provincial Icatlrr bv a margin mayor Vanrtcr Zalm of Surrey mun- icipality. Calgary officer gels new posl i OTTAWA fCI'l Col. .T. P. Dewis. 55, deputy judge advo- cate general, will retire from the armed forces .June 15 to be- come assistant chief electoral officer. Col. Dcv.'is was born in gary and lives in Ottawa. Me I has been a member of the Law I Society of Alberta since 19-iij. j Col. Dewis succeeds W. G. I Nash, who has resigned. SIMPSONS Plug it in CRAFTSMAN 18" Electric Mower .ook at these Heavy gauge steel deck Fronl and rear baffles Centre side discharge Chrome-plater handle. 5 position handle lock 9 7" wheels. 0) 7 position height adjuster: Loop style handle. See it at Simpsons-Scan Bed time Plant your outdoor flowers now. The tuiie is right. So is the price, Approximately 12 plants per box 59c.N.99c Petunias, Alyssum, Marigold, Asters and many more favorites waiting to bloom in your garden. A few hours of garden work now means a blaze of colors all summer. hurry the best time to plant is now. Especially with these low prices. Gas it 20" CRAFTSMAN Rotary gas mower 9 H.P. Briggs ond Stratton engine Engine controls on handle for every operation. 8 20" heavy gouge steel deck with centre side discharge, 6 Loop style chrome-plated handle. Q 7" wheels, 9 5 position Pull-R-Hoist wheel height adjusters. 20" CRAFTSMAN Mower (Not shown with 3Vi h.p. motor and iteel deck 69.98 arm sprinkler. Cnvrr> 100 ft. 3 arm sprinkler. 3.33 By down 1.33 ,3.S9 CEDAR HANGING BASKET. Q QQ Only BAICONY PUNTER. Wlnln Polyolhylono 10" CEDAR PLANTER. Only 2.49 7 I) CO 3-n-Q BONE MEAL 10 Ib. box......... 70-20-20 PLANT BEDDING FOOD. 3 Ih. box makes 48 pallont 1 QQ fertilizer. Only lazy man prevent I QQ Insects. flowers..... >akcr hose. Iho or O LL 'ikl-- spray- 00 oblc Spray. 7Q. conMrucnon. Z.OO Rcfl. Only........ 'u B- STORE HOURS: Opon Dnily 9 a.m. to p.m., Thursdny and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 Pislol Noizlo. With Bras. Noulo. jproy lock, 1 00 Sproy. -jQf con.lrudion. -1 Run. 1.69 '-OO r'-1" 'fc ;