Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, April 11, 1973 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD 47 Past and present They co-exist in the Middle East today. Stone likeness of a long-dead, but not for- gotten Pharaoh, in a Cairo museum recalls ancient origins, while elderly Bedouin embodies later traditions that still linger. A Mideast picture portfolio Correspondent Tom Tiede of Newspaper Enterprise Association has been travelling extensively throughout the turbulent Middle East in the past few weeks. He reports not only with words but with the camera as well. In the special portfolio of photos on Pages 47, 49, 51, 52, 54, and 55, Tiede captures the people and the places of a world in transition from a timeless past to the ur- gent present. Monuments of the past Reminders of a glorious age long gone (left) and of a new world co-exist In a land that has survived many peoples, many cultures. Above the great pyramids at Gize, a short distance from modern Cairo (below old New nfry Charm Jam is L si Part of the problem cf sfcp problem in finding o Gosling solution lo Middle Cast crisis ore the Palestinian refugee families, such os the one pictured above, >n the many teeming refugee camps in Lebanon. We didn't make new Country Charm Jam just for kids. But kids love it so much, you'll think we did. The reason? Kids love the taste. And so will you. Country Charm Jam brims over with the sweet flavor of the finest, top grade strawberries or red raspberries. Tastes so rich, just a little goes a long way. With kids that's a real blessing. So try it. Look for new Country Charm Jam at your grocery store or supermarket. It's kids' stuff. But you don't have to be a kid to enjoy it. Kids are wh. you need lots of new Country Charm Jam.