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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL Bevin Asks Powers to Eschew Negotiations "Under Duress" fc we shall have to leave _ machinery" to settle sh-v. Without directly the day oe a cause oi n great FJ'K'ers getting into conflict. Then, we must estabiah deal Plot to Revive Hitlerism Is Grim Warning REVEAL SUBS OPERATED 250 MILES UP ST. LAWRENCE RIVER OTTAWA. April year that there few at- disclosure that C-boais operated 200! tacks, the navy said. miles up the St. Lawrence Rivers It was recalled that a. u-boa.. near the mouth cf the Sagaenay commander returning from a. raic. Hope Boost ButterRation Xa2! underground plot to J Bassisn-Iranisr: dispute, ilr. Bevin. eoononur problem and net s ciple be accepted t: trs who represent the great powers, count for a vZl zaz do that. ciscrepanry cf nin.e- represent __ hdman problem which the Allies' have in German rehabihtation.} _ f- Alberta Coal AH but of the attacks, which j Today's naval re-ease said IT- expected as a result of increased f :s of boats reached the saguenay and it s prices and a seasonal aprum. in j is possible the U-boat commaader production, but Prices Board o2i- J---------- jals said today tivey saw-ittle hope if increasing the ration beyond thai j zi the reduced from f oar ounces effective in board said it honed to be able' restore the cat by May. Latest 5 production figures released by tiie i Dominion Bureau of Statistics ccv-" enng February butter output paint- j 1 ed a pessimistic picture, but. i oSciais said they especieti f the increase of fear cents a pound j In creamery butter, announced Sat- urday, coupled the usaal spring increase in production would make adjustment; of the ratios possible. Lift Grading _ j element in the so thor- oushiv indoctrinated that there ap- ecucational reform must 11 con- ng the in Canada on deliver- v? been listed, Howe an- Rideau Hall Servants Get Ready Go Home Finish Tp Spring Cleaning in Readiness for New Staffs Arrival Car Bought In 1914 Sells, ATCHISOX, Kas, April years ago Mr. and Mrs. Robert SehmeUag bought a new Kec automobile. They it only 643 miles, then re- lused to use it again after it had frightened a team of horses. A garage was built around the car. A young sapiiujj sprouted in front of the garage doors. The Schmelings died. The car sold at auction for JS06 Saturday. Workmen had saw down n tree 10 inches in diameter to get the car oat of the garage. Me- chanic Robert Morris pruned the engine with gasoline and gave the crank a tarn. The engine started, the crank kicked. Mor- ris suffered a broken arm. j Soviets Prepare Evacuate Capital j Of Azerbaijan WORKING PARTNER 3y SIOIS GIL3IOHS MOSCOW. April "atotaic diplomacy" to world to American will. bend the among the yoursrer boys j OTTAWA. April There's a subdued bustle of activitv these shall f orotect our reotnremsnts." he added. servants polish spring cleaning ana pack their bags to return to Britain. There are between 20 and 30 In- door servants employed at t house and about 20 are '-1 from England by a new governor- >Js general when he takes office. I Field Marshal "Viscount Alexan- i der will have a large group of ser- j vants. From butler to kitchen maid, j in his retinue besides tis staff of aides, comptroller of his household and wife's lady-in- The Ear! of Athlone's British. MORE P.O.W. REACH G.B. SOUTHAMPTON. Englar.-i, April i Uner Aqui- across the sparkling waters of the tania arrived Sunday from Halifax j Serpentine in Hyde Park while a with 3.000 German prisoners for j lew daring souls "swam. j work in Britain, and 86 civilians. OfWrtsr Most People Find that: the jmcs of a lemon ja a glass of water, taken fast thing oa ansing, is aH they need to insure natural, day after day J ItTS Good For You! Lemon 2nd is now takec for hczJui by millions cf people, surveys shov. Lensoas zre ajr.oQg the nchcst kcowa sources of Vitamin C and possess csefia amounts of vitamins. They alkalize aid digestion Lenion and water is refreshing, clears the mouth, wakes you cp. Why Don't You take this etaltafxt dank instead of harsh lixiuves? Ttr k :ea Cays. LEMON and WATER thing on SPAPFRf ;