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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE' HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 11, esceediss OO2 in the Gnitee States Canada curing the last three months '-ras reported by the Xa- tio-ssi Fire Protection Association. Both Britain and tie United States have declined to discuss Generalissimo Franco's Spanish regime at a foreign ajeet- ing. official sources said in Paris. Tn replv to France's request of March 23 for a fo-jr-po-srer foreign ministers' meeting to decide en economic and diplomatic __'Uoix bath Washington and Ian- don said any steps against Franco The Question of provscung bath Reconversion Ia Birmingham JOSS DAUPHINS. (Canadian Press Staff 'Writer.) BIRMINGHAM, Eogr_ April of 1.0SO trades" and its industrial sur- are over the hump of past war reconversion. main problem fo be over- come zs the labor shortage, par- ticularly of women workers for light manufactories. The situa- tion Is so serums that same companies are consiSerinj'nsov- iag to ether areas -where nn- ejnploymenf was heavy between the There are some pockets of rs- emrjJocrsent despite the over-ell shcrtase of workers, bat mast of them are be of short duration as "oeak proetietiKi is reached In the automobile am other industries. Automobiles are coming off the sssembly lines -Kith no seats. _ no mudguards and no door-handles. It is expected, hcwerer. that these supply dsff-culties scon -sill be over- come. government's "full employ- policy, drafted originally by the wartime coalition administra- tion, outlines -alans for encouraging to move from over- 90 per cent of the snarkets were iT.rinctrisiisFd znces to the so-called i selling one or more cuts ai over- "depressed areas" which suffered j ceiling prices, most from unemployment before the war. But until Highlights In The News Soy Land srd Chief Constable carrying conceded revolver and of Parry Soustt o? R.C.ilP- offi-ji! ,'i- l Co1 T. E. Snow, district officer 1 commanding MJD. 13. left Calgary for by car Wednesday on Stii first leg of a. routine inspection Svisit to signals installations ana 'ctier armv units at Dairson. Yei- ife and northern points. British Purchase Tax To Continue wai 47. said the tax raised 000 in the year ending March 31- i Not Affect Building New Edmonton Hotel a-as young -with the double purpose of tapping sources of rerensie Chinese Reds Open Offensive Against Railway hotel here. of New York, representing j Canadian-American syndicate j the project, 'We are proceeding with our April 11. (Renters) Chinese Com- munist troops hare "all oat offensive' against Uw Peipiagr Mukden railway M northeastern China in a. bid to prevent Cixinese gorenimemt troops from taking Manchuria, an official aa- nvuneement asserted hvre. Mr. Daltcn. bringing down his j textiles. budget for the fiscal year of s vetoed carried Between 53 and war orphans saici in Washington. frojn France be to: Quebec province lor a few months; President Tr-imas has visi- the comins suranier. Easier egs rolling on the White for the Canadian PaciSc Railway at The children will be between tie Hoiae grounds this year in view of Winnipeg. ages of seven and II years. the world food crisis. DISCUSS NICKEL BASDf A" vast variety of goods room fixtures would not arise until about April 1 _______ two years to erect, was -well toward i Eudbury sickel basin. rrt-nc OF FREEBOM completion. An Ottawa dispatch 1 saucer-shaped laass of KCEDS Representatives of south- ji------ east Asian countries. India and the years prior to the Gen. Etseahower said threat j __ lodging overseas becaiise the _ Tne l.OS8.00n-basheIs Connecting i arni-v requested that it do so. ___senats agricalture Terminal grain e-evator on :he w mcdal o, -Kas told that meat black markets in BlackweU canal at NA-, of Arts and Letters the Cnited States are ijvying; was closed Uecnescay-or the-p, of speech on the been awarded has foeenaa- should be dicassed ist norrsal dip- to India and southeast A lomatic chanueis. __ famiiiarf Seitletcent had been reached in' W-iite House routine in the depute between the United :________ Electrical Workers Union (C I.O.) i key are "looking first to America and the Phillips Eectrica! Ccsr.- j and second to the United Nations pany -a-iih at J for assistance in aitaureins _ Ont'. and Montreal. About S59 j dream an independent Kurdi- j mowing the workers urere affected. 'sran. -it short-. stac. .pril basin. great FREEBOM completion. An Oita-sra dispatch j saucer-shaped laass of rock ia indicated the government had or- i northern Ontario around spokasrnan says" dered a halt on coastruction of a j edge lie She mines that produce 99 Irai and Tur- i Moatreal hotel when contractors i per cent of the world's nickel, wac ordered units for bathrooms, i discussed in a paper presented I Wednesday to a technical session A long family argument over; of the Canadian Institute of MJn- is foolish. Cut and Metallurgj', fcoldins its an- Icual meeting here. it became evident, shortages of labor might persist as- to J JV. Sullivan, president of the the Alberta health department farm laborers from outlying Canadian Seamen's Union, made j said. The coast epidemic -.vas re- .o the Uaited States in tro- public in Toronto a telegram to Hected in an increase in tie sum- operation vith the agriculture de- n Alberta 1' partaient's program. s conslcerable narcber of i cation of the shipping iacustries. union announced Tuesday a :e -sriU be held starting j KaliaL ._ _ among about 7.000 seamen i Lawrence m. the open senior blaze- on the Great- Lakes and shipping oat of Maritime and Pacific ports. A Hereford steer shown bv Joseph foundland recently. One Americ jalia! of Tofield and his brother' soldier lost his life fighting i artntial toarrest help Fire destroyed a large United States official at Causer trans Atlantic airport, in New- One American the a factory esparision boom bas been reported." RADIO TABRIZ OX AIR TSSSAN, Arsril official voice of the self-proclaimed autonomous gov- emmsat of Azerbaijan prorsni report of Premier Mir Jaffar PSs'Sevari to parlia- Ed-Kin Tabor, 27. of Windsor, Ont, plunged himself so thoroughly into a fancied role of Hoyal Cana- dian Mounted Police officer, court division Tras declared grand pion of the beef section of ScUnos- ton spring cattle show. Heserve fat stock" chamnionshiD -arens to S. r. stock chamnionshiD Noad, Olds. that- he re- a curbing i f, More than students enron st the University of Toronto next fall including ex- service personnel, it nas been essi- __ j mated bv Major Ales MacDonald. Canada has been threatened -sitH j aid a of steel importations tesamony indicated, ported periodically o in Hegina co: gations" on thei____.. _ sentenced to a total of six months and .Forests M-pster S. T. Kenney; IO defraud ihe "United naval officers are under indict- in Honolulu on charges of in jail on two charges of o'Dlaiaing i told the British Coliimbia legisls money lender false pretences, of! tore a- r; "Who'd believe Jim is 50? i! viclo wss pxyinj j i a Etiggestion of Opposition Leader i j H. E. Winch lumber exports! TJASENTS and grandparents iknow and value .the health- giving properties of Eno's Trait Salt' for the whole family. Tor generations Eno has helped millions of people to attain that rigorous, buoyant health which most always comes from inner cleanliness; Eno helps settle an upset stomach, by assisting nature to free the system of food that often cause constipation and headaches; Eno is gentle bat effective in its action, safe for young and old alike; Take pleasant-tasting Eno in a glass of water before breakfast, when needed; Buy a large economical bottle today; ENO S 'Fruit Salt' USED FQR75 YEARS THE of the U-S. should be curbed so s government of tens of thous- oi dollars during the irregular business trans- New Tork City's current anti- crusade netted 120 arrests thai lumber would be available for j domestic hose-building needs. Mr. _ Keaney suggested this -OTulc re- In. the 24 hours ending at midnight; suit ia no steel being available for; Tuesday more ts in tae lor the previous 24-hour cycle. Kalph 'vvaldsn of London, Ont, i arrived in Sdmoatoti to assume his post as young people's secretary of j r: the Edmonton Young Men's Chris- j uu- taan Association after five years j overseas with the Canadian j M. Jerome IMjezrs olo, along, and did t. I just recently grafted to j soldier, in Uoned iti Amsteraaai wnea cai-eo. t successful oneration. Lt.-CoL to assume the jtdmontoa posiaos. j cannon; chief of plastic surgery at Valley Forge A living giant forest. General hospital, said in Phila- or e-very American -who serv- ed ia the Second Great War -aras protxjsed in the senate aad house ol representatives. Two married sisters in Los Angeles, convicted on charges of ilxinng 'teen-age youths to their A survey indicated borne for immoral uartjoses. each tnrits trere created in Canada in -nrgj-e sentenced to a year in jail 1945 bv BEV constraction aad con- Dy Jadze Clement D. Kye. Mrs. version of existing builcings. Audrey "Hightmier, 29. and Mrs. Goldis LoTvell. 27, said thev would George M. Cohan, actor and song j reaVe an appeal. and dance man who died Sov. a, 1942 at the age of 64, left s. net j The Hounduu, United States arm- estate of SS27.384, to _be shared by i newspaper id" the India-Burma his and four j theatre, mace its final appearance i and in a rare editorial 'offered a XJeatli toU ia the Is- j nine-poiatr Drogram for t-ne lauds from the April 1 tidal waves Jjjjeat" of noa-comraiss reached 317 with the recovery ot sc-nneL another body at HOo, on the Island oiisd per- of Hawaii. Jlfty-five persons Et31 are missing. A Tass dispatch from Changchun reported that a letter inscribed c-a Gasoline ratioaiug has ended. ia Portugal A report from S-cala Tjunpiir, C. J. Pyke. Malaya, has quoted _.____w__ silfc cloth and signed by economic adviser to the Malayan Chinese had been dispatched to 1 Union and Singapore, as saying Prime Minister Stalin t-VianWr.g "mm rubber production in Malaya would for Russia's aid in driviag the Jap- anese from Mancauria. Worfc Dr. "W. C. M-array. who before his death in 1944 was presi- dent emeritus of the University of Saskatchewan, was eulogized by former students RTHJ graduates at- tending the grmnal dinner of U. of S. alumni at Bdmontoa. I THOUGHT IT WAS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE! tti ;Nothlng could be that I said when they praised Lipton's Tea. Then I tasted that brisk flavour. Boy. I'm off flat-tasting teas for Even the most discriminating tea drinker finds new pleasure in brisk tasting Lipton's, the tea with the lively, full-bodied flavour experts say is brisk. That Lipton flavour is always spirited, always tangy, never flat or insipid. Change now to Lipton's, the tea with the lively, brisk flavour. reach 70 per cent of the pre-war level by the end of tha year. Quebec families average the largest usiaber of compared -with a Canadian aver- age of was reported in in- formation tabled in the commons. Canol, on the Mackenzie Hiver In the JSfoiihvrest Territories, -hag be- come a "ghost Maj. S. W. CutbiH of Hamilton." air liaison of- ficer Jor Qperatloa MUSEOX. states in a letter written from, the B.C.AP- base camp near Nonoaa Weils. Sdward Woolley. S5, was founc dead in bed at his home in. Mont- real, apparently the victam of asphyxiation believed to have been caused by a gas leak outside the Roland Bouchard. 30. father of five children, was Mlied in Sena- gami, struck on the head by s. piece of wood while trork- ing in. a mill. The Daiich! Shimbun fflrst news- paper) will start publication in the Tokyo evening field April 15. rais- ing to four the evening papers in the capital. Nova Scotia has provided S55.000 this year for tne of the aewly- establisnecl research council, Prem- ier Angus iJacconald told mem- bers of the legislature. The 14ih annual Annapolis Va2- {lev Apple Blossom Festival will be staged May 31-June 2 in Kentville- N.S, and the eala -celebrations of pre-war days will be restored. Body of three-year-old David i Chivers of Bridgewater found I in the Lahave Haver at Bridgewater, j N.S_ after the child had been miss- ing from his home for several hours. If not exploited by otiier rations. China under Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek viB become one of the foremost modem states. Dr. A. J. I Brace, for the last 25 years a sec- j retary o' the Young Men's Christiaa j Association in China, told a service club in Toronto. I John A. Mitchell. 73-year-old flut- i ist. may be the oldest competitor ia the Manitoba fcstiviil but its no j reflection on his performance on the flute. He was awaraea Former commander of the R..C. AJ.'s City of Edmonton intruder squadron and the City of Sas- katoon squadron. Wing CmcLr. Bannock, IXS.O., DJ.C. and Bar, of Bdmontoa, has returned home from overseas. Spring- {-.ceding has begun in Manitoba, according to Ttiomas S. Acheson, general agriculture agent I Poll shows Kelloqgs WIN AGAIN 4 out of 5 vote them FIRST FOR FLAVOUR 1 GAIN this year (the seventh i jLlL country towns across the Domini interviewers put this question to housewives Corn Hakes tastes Again more than Maybe yore were read what the folks below said. You'll see people are making greater use of Kellogg' ;g ernes independ an easy question! Kellogg's get my TOte: They please all my family, any time of day. Keliogg's are grand after school or at bedtime, children all they Kellogg's are so easy Economical than, a cent a "My a said another housewife. likes a big bowl of Kellogg's; We both think their taste is ahead of any other corn flakes; We often have them with loach, and ateajs at breakfast; I put some Kellogg's Corn Hakes into a meat loaf -was delicionsr- A treat anytime! "A beauty operator notices how often I Kellogg's Corn Flakes in people's shopping bags! That flavour's for me, said this girl, day off it was when we s'And Kellogg's are ready in only 30 seconds widi no sticky pots or pans to wash np Everyone likes them! one thing my family does agree are the finest-tasting corn was this lady's reply; thankful I don't have to fiiss with the stove to serve Kellogg's, eidier! Bat I do use them in my cooking i i i I make some special Kellogg's Corn Hakes cookies the men-folk Just l Resofve now to keep Kellogg's Cora Hakes on hand all the time! Serve them often for any meal, for a snack any time of day! Enjoy them at bedtime. And try tasty dishes made with Kellogg's; Pick op either of the two convenient sizes at your grocer's tomorrow; Made by Keilogg's in London, Canada; SAVE TIME SAVE'WORK SAVE FUEL! ;