Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, October 11, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD War shatters shopping patterns LOTS OF BREAD BUT NO MATCHES Some doghouse Home for Rocky Junior Esquire is this house built of empty beer cans. Rocky has a talent for the unusual; he was born on the deck of a houseboat. He belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Tim Buntin of Nashville. As for his beer can home he loves it. By DAVID LANCASHIRE TEL AVIV One bak- ery has extra loaves of bread, but the Chamber of Commerce reports a shortage of matches. Markets have plenty of food but some shops are running low on radio bat- teries. War has shattered shopping patterns in Israel. Ample sup- plies are on hand, but the gov- ernment has imposed ration- ing of food, gasoline and other items. Housewives besieged the su- permarkets when the hostilities began Saturday, cleaning off the shelves and Election predicted BLACKPOOL, England (AP) Defence Secretary Lord Carrington, chairman of Britain's ruling Conservative party, said today there is "a strong possibility" of a national election in less than a year. Carrington told the party's annual conference this could be the last such convention before a general election. The Conservative conference traditionally are held in Oc- tober. Prime Minister Edward Heath can pick the election date any time before the end of his five-year term in June 1975. RCV6LSTOIK fall ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOOR With 24 oz. Double Diamond Glass! Comes complete with all necessary hardware and is Prehung for easy installation. 1 thickness with standard or painted finish. All panels removable for easy cleaning Available in standard sizes. Standard Mil Finish each 33.88 White Finish 41-88 each STORM WINDOW COMBINATION WOOD DOOR Opportunity knocks' For protection all year round get the heavy wood, ex- terior combination door. It comes com- plete with aluminum self-storing unit. 2'8" x 6'9" 1 3899 each Self-storing, all metal with Elec- tropile sealing. Top sash locks making screen removal and in- sertion a snap' (1) How to Measure. Use out- side measurements. Measure frame opening where you would normally set an ordinary wood storm sash, state exact dimen- sions. (A) is width between side casings; (B) is height from sill to bottom edge of casing. Add width (A) and height (B) to obtain total inches of opening size. On Double-Hung Windows where centre meeting rail is off-centre by more than 3 inches, the storm window will bp made with 3 panes so that they can be removed from the inside. (2) Choice of Style State (inset) styling (2! or (overlap) styling (I) on order. Do not add anything to original measure- ments. (3) Type and kind of window must be stated. (4) Windows will be furnished in white baked enamel finish if speci- fied. (united inches are width and height combined, one side Up to 49 united inches. 16.95 59................ 17.25 74................ 18.90 87 20.90 100.............. 24.40 Add S5.00 per unit for baked on white finish. WEATHERSTRIP DOOR SET Nylon, reinforced rubber set in heavy aluminum moulding. Comes complete with fasteners. Two 7' strips and one 3' Model I6IO 12" Bar and Chain 129 CHAIN SAW New from Skil. Lightweight.. .easy handling.. .fast starting. Automatic oiler at no extra cost! strip. 2-29 each CAULKING GUN The way to a practical, easy solution for stopping drafts around doors and win- dows. For use with all standard 11 oz. cartridges. Model I6I2 1 6" Bar and Chain HQQ Q7 eac each each CAULKING COMPOUND A BUTYL RUBBER multipurpose caulking cartridge. Can be used in ex- posed situations subject to knocking and rubbing. CO OO each Budget Plan UM Your Chargm 1602-3rd AVE. SOUTH PHONE 327-S777 Optn Daily Until p.m. Opan Thursday Until 9 p.m. MOM wilibto In Picture R6VOSTOIK Prices effective until October smashing a few glass entrance doors in the rush. But the panic buying subsided almost immediately, and business and supplies now are back to normal. Bakeries produced triple their normal output the first day of the war, but the housewives didn't stock up. The bakers were stuck with stale loaves. WAR COSTLY Finance Minister Pinhas Sa- pir announced Tuesday that the bill for the war so far is million, and economist David Krivine wrote in the Jerusalem Post: "The national budget for 1973 can be thrown into the wastepaper basket." In the past, estimates were that Israel could not fight a long war because it lacked re-" sources. Economists now say the government has ample foreign exchange holdings, its own fleet of cargo ships to carry imports and its own arms factories. Now "Israel can fight a long Krivine wrote, but pro- duction of some items is bound to drop because so many workers have been call- ed into the army. Export targets are not likely to be met Construction work is already hampered because many Arab laborers from the West Bank of the Jordan and the Gaza occu- pied in the 1967 stay- ing home. Many businesses have slow- ed down because personnel are being called up for war. The Jerusalem Post said more than 80 per cent of its drivers and delivery men have been mobilized for military duty. DAILY CIRCULATION The total circulation of newspapers throughout the world averaged 320 million copies a day in 1966. 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