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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL FOOD, TIMBER POURS INTO LONDON DOCKS FROM CANADA LONDON, April t ly with more than tons of ad timber from Canada foodstuffs from Saint Joha. N-S-. her maiden voyage restoring the company's pre-isar freight service other ships were in port from Can- and timber from Canada are pourin-r through the fori London as despite war damage to storage warhouscs, works back to its pre-war posi- tion as Britain's greatest bar- Bera-een 100 end 150 ships are! ada: Coronation Park. Grover C. normally berthed in 5 Hutcherson. Eirlscourt Park. Fort than before the war but a sharp 3 Wrigley and Wiaoaia Park, all from increase 1945 figures. One- Vancouver; Rupert Park- from Vic- tenth cf them usually are from 3 ioria; and Fort Frederick. Waverley Canadian ports with food for Park and John. Britain's sparse larders and lumber for the rehousing program. Attacks by German bombers drove merchant ships from London early in the war. Contoys docked In vest coast ports, ihen were di- verted again to the northwest. But London is the hub of popu- lation and peacetime conditions are bringing back the food ships nrhieh used to form the big share of the gram last September as a harbor's business. J tons more of com, awaiting only completion of repairs to the other three Italian shies. These are ex- pected to be ready to sail in Mav. France, also promised tons of grain as a gifc from Argentina, 1 has received tons of com.' Ready for shipment, awaiting ves- j sels. are tons of corn in Buenos Aires, and tons of corn in the port, of Hosario. France also received tons of or com to Italy, are apart -l from any purchases United Nations Aid BUENOS AIRES, April Britain, France and Italy, ail re- duced 10 critical food levels, may expect help soon from Argentina. Scheduled to arrive m London about Aonl 27 is a British ship carrving" between and j tons" of Argentine meat. Italv. promised tons of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Govt.To Guarantee .Debentures Of Brooks Refinery Up To ZDMOJiTOX, April the government to guarantee Minister C. E. Gerhari said Timrs- i debentures representing caif .PAGE the Prog. Cons. Require Quebec Cooperation Apnl 12 ffi A resolution requesting leaders and numbers of the Progressive Coc- servatiie party "nos to forget under any circumstances that it is only jgh the practice of Canafiian- unpamted by the least doubt United Action of AH Countries Needed to Meet Food co-operative sugar refinery provid- -rises: ed cVrtain conditions are met b STer unanimously a Electing of conservative LONDON, April Prime Minister "Attlee told the of commons he could no state- ment the moment abou' bread rationing, beyond saying the British government -a-as eSomg everythjng in its poorer to increase supplies of wheat from all pans of the Trorid to countries in. need. Relief and Rehabilitation adrcim- I the refinery. j tire is to be established under pro- WANT stranon mav maie in Argentina I The refinery co-operative- under- p-mcial regulations. resoiutlon, adooted for European distribution. {took to construct a refinery inyolv- The ,o put dosec session of the meet- ing. acdec that without Quebec's; was replying to OppostUatt Winston CJusrchill, Mr. Attlee added thai Trijen Fooa Sir Sea. Smith iras la Washington recently prOTSsioaal proposals Ttwre made for the dis- tribatioa of -wheat up to the end of June. Unfortunately. He said, is now apoeared tfcafc supplies from the Trailed Scales and other ssp- plyiaar countries iere eonua? Rp4vrH TV CMJGVKY forward in quantSUes to BRANCH TA CALbAXX j. 2 He added tha? this short ;would ajfeet only the cotmtriza fo, jhe TTnited SatioBs Helief Kehabilisation Admsnistsatioa the international organization. The British food muusuy. which purchases and distributes food for the Allies in the European area, is easing the light Argentine shipping Urged In Letter j br t ircblem by dispatching vessels here in an emergency basis. Huge cranes rumble alongside as socn. as a snip docks to help the freighter's own cranes ia speedy un- loading of perishable cargoes. Dock- ers hustle cloth-wrapped sides of beef and cases of eggs to waiting tracks and trains. BeaverdeU, Canadian Pacific Steamships' nev.- lO.OOS-ton turbo- electric freight liner docked j Argentina, has received no deh'.er- ies because of difficulties. Bus, before the end of Apn! 20.000 tons of corn and tons of wheat are scheduled to be on their way freftn Buenos Aires. The grain will be carried in three of six Italian ships recently re- turned to Italy by Argentina. Readv in Buenos Aires for ship- ment to Italy as a gift are Leading in REDROSE "is good tea" RED ROSE Orange Pekoe Tea is extra good! 'AUHT JEMIMA'S! RSGINA. April letter 1 urging teas, immediate steps oe taken to conclude a trade agree- nominee Is _ __ _ _ of sugar beet labor. c: occnnted asd No are to mafie. said -as eauea o.. a. _ the ab- exporters as veJJ as importers, each _ J _ _ "This slraatJoa can be met only be to tte maimurn Mr. Attlee LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Frost Page.) that such transactions are cot vio- lations of ceiling regulations. HOW TO GET A DOCTOR (Time) What has become of the country doctor? More important, is happening to UJS. rural health? The Deoartment of Agnc.ur.ure ihss issued a 32-page bookies called. "Better Health for Rural America." Some gloomy conclu- sions: -Among nine million draftees es- ammed. 43 out of every 100 were rejected <.for health but among these coming from farms 53 ouc of every 100 were turned down. involving thousands of low-income farm people in 17 states showed between three and four significant delects per person. Fourteen per cent had varicose veins. One farm operator ouc of every had a hernia. Nine- ten "per cent had hemorrhoids." Agriculture's recommenda i o n: rural communities should do more than juss ask for doctors. The communities should offer pros- pective country meoico some sub- stantial bait: an attractive home ONE BITE WILL TELL YOU WHY! Chrises PREMIUM SODA Christies Biscuits SO. CALIFORNIA Fast daiiv serv ice via Great Falls Salt Laka Qry LAS VEGAS DEATH VALLEY PALM SPRINGS Fly to America's premier winter resorts BILLINGS DENVER CHEYENNE Fast daily service in DouglaJ luxury liners Rtftrvaiions: MARQUIS HOTEL PHONE: 3971 Right Now-when Winter colds and "flu" prevail You need these Oranges from Sunny California these navel __ unique navel oranges grow only in Fertile soil, janny days and cool nights combine to give California navels a different, dchciotis Savour onrss ia health- ful nourishment. MORE provof ft! Olzfomia navels nsorc C A, s-orc caJaaa per giass. tcsrs prove it- Tbcv have aoocnts of Vjiamin B, as BR1GH1U con ill Bright, clean skies sminy goHcn jnics. Ddigitfcl Ddiaocs! con ft! A acHcions, rich Savoar tbit makes OJi- fomiz navels tops for joice uung. Sunkist CALIFORNIA Canada's an earned distinction, for Soa- kist oranges are oniy the finest of cooperaucg California-Arizona arms growers. FIRST fOR JOICi THE NO- SEEDS Labor Council of leuer urged an agreement thai woind be -niutualiy and IE sucfc scope as vnll compare Javoraolv our aealy-achieiec t ability so produce." it suggesjed ;o the prune minis- ter tlial the pobcy of full prodac- tioc a-d full employment :o vihich the federal government has sub-1 scnoeci canEoi be wiihout j a great of trade ana above anything accorr.pUsried in i peace-time. Russia, was a great potential market and should be and office, traveling expenses and j a guaranteed annual income o- j U) Teacher: "Whai is an octcgena- johnny: "I don't know, out It j take a long tune to become one, for they are all Street Journal. MAX OF THE 1'EAK. t Chicago Dailv News) Eddie Rotzel of" Philadelphia, tired, of u-aitmg for new biles to come off the lines, bmit ius otvn. Eddie's only trouble Is now tnai his assembly "job is done, he can't gei it ous "of the workshop- It's vnder than the doer. Still, a man as full of rugged ir.dmduaiisrri as that, won's be j stvrmed long bv a mere door. Bi- die's the kind-of fellow this coun- trv needs. i Instead of sitting" down howhng for the government; to "do some- thing." he does something himself, j i He stands on his own two fees.; I We can't, all build our own jalopies, Jbut can all show a little more I personal independence and ingenui- ty than has been the custom of recent years. So far, in this bnef span of I Eddie as. for our money, the Man: of the Year. j i Two ants were running along at a i great rate across the top of a bis- cuic box. "Why are you running so asked one. j "Don't jou replied the lead- j er. sars: Tear along dotted WATER. PROBLEMS SOLVED CFbrc William Times) Thanks to the fine work of Britain's scientists during World War U, many problems connected hard water that had been in- superable for years have been j solved. A modern method of water softening TIRS been censed which: uses certain minerals called zeolites j that possess the pro- i perty of taking ouc the lime and magnesium irota water and replac- j zsjr. these chemicals by so- drum compounds. I In the post-war world the house- tnfe will have cause to bless the scientist, for water solteners -Kill save her hours of toil as well as money, and her husband Tdl find that his razor will probably give I him three times as "many shaves i as in former days. Great econom- i ies, too. be effected in factor- ies, and now dumped into nvers be saved. Already a process has oeen found to reclaim the nicotine lost in tobacco curing and me pectin from citrus fruits waste. i Dr. Tehyi Ksieh, Chinese scholar and one-time resident of Boston, one day conversing with a. na- I live of Aberdeen on the subject' of his favorite inquired the Scot, "how. do your Chinese canoes compare i Scotch i replied the genial Hsieh. I they are pretty much alike. But." j he added, with a sly grin, "the Chi- nese canoes give a iutle they Street Journal. HID FROM CHEX. (By George E. Sokolsfcy. Author of "These I lived under extratemtonalilv for thirteen 3 ears. I have, in my own house, in Shanghai, given' refuge to men who are today promi- nent in the Chungking government sut who could not be arrested by their own government because thev were in mv house, which was extra- i territorial. j Once, at a dinner party In the French Concession in Shanghai, iang Kai-shek had been loosslv discussed. Chiang wanted to ar- rest some of those present. One, who afterwards T5ecarne Chiang's Minister of Foreign Affairs, hia in my house. Chiang knew where he was but he also knew that no war- rant would serve as mv house extraterritorial. The writ of liie country did not count. We were bu'.e ksr.gs In our own rights. The government of the country where we were situated had no authority over us, no civil, no 1 criminal jurisdiction of anv kind All we had to do was to keep out of the friendly American court in Shanghai I have seen abused and humiliated in their own country because made the foreigner, the alien, a Jang in another's land. r. Sansom said, 'ability. 12-YEAR-OLD INVENTOR RUSSELL. Kas.. Apnl TweHe year old Daryl trudged along on his paper rouie and decided ndsng would be rnucn easier. So he hammered together a washing machine? motor and as- j sorted scran iron, knocking into j shape a conveyance which he claims can putt aoout at 30 rrales an hour. It cost exactly So 00. SUES DON AMECHE LOS ANGELES, Apnl I Film actor Don Ameche was sued for damages by Norvin i Pullman, IS. s. messenger who claimed he was injured while de- livering a message to the actor's home 17, 1945 Pullman as- i serted he tripped and fell down a stairway. EATON'S Canad STOKE HOTRS: to p-m. Saturday. ajn. to 6 pjn.: Wednesday a-m- to p-m. Information Phong 3727 Boys' Dressy Suits With Coat and Two Pairs Longs Jaunty little suits for young: lads' Easter wardrobes. Nicely tailored from serviceable wool and cotron tweed in three-piece style-- single-breasted cotton-lined coat with two pairs of long trousers, cuffed bottoms. Brown or blue mixtures in sizes 11 to 15 years. 3-piece suit Boys' Pullover SWEATERS Dandy sweaters ysrrs sleeveless pullover -style V neckUce and figur- ed front or patterned teit. Beige, blue or maroon colors sizes small, me- dium and large. Each Main Floor Boys' Kiddies' Long-Sleeved PULLOVERS SIZES Z TO S YEARS Smart, inexpensive little sweaters for smaller kiddies. Salt from cation yams is. long-sleeved style with high, neckline. Plain colors with contrasting wax ac neck, cuffs and Traistband. Scnrlei and powder blue. Each. Kiddies' Two-Piece KNITTED SUITS Va7 pullover with matching shorts. Knit from, wool yarns in scarles or powder blue. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Suit---- KIDDIES' CORDUROY OVERALLS Bright little bib-style overalls in sturdy cotton corduroy. Blue, green, red or na- tural 2 to 5 years. Eacil Juvenile EATON'S, Second Floor Handsome Replicas of Sailing Vessels Unusually Attractive for Ornamental Use in Home or Office! These newly arrived models of sailing boats will make striking decorative motifs for dena, mantels, rame or Canadian-made in natural-finish wood, models are about 23 inches Ions by 20 inches high and are cleverly and intricately designed. See them tomorrow at make wonderful Ea.ter gifts for the home! Each 3fain Floor CHEESE DISPLAY SATURDAY On Saturday. Eaton's Foodateria it featuring a display of Fancy Packaged and Bulk Cheese and invite onr customers to inspect these products. MANITOBA MILD CHEESE, pound.......... 35c ALBERTA MILD CHEESE, pound 33c PROVOLONE CHEESE, from the Argentine, per pound 73c GORGONZOLA CHEESE, from the U-S.A., per pound 79c LEMON JUICE 14c Pure California. S-oz. tin SOUR MIXED PICKLES P9C Dyson's. 15 IL oz. jar Cut Mixed Peel 18c SaxonU branc. S-oz. package Corn Starch 2for21c MARK'S SALAD DRESSING "Wonder Wtsp. 16-oz. jar 35c pkgs... Eaton's diamond E" Special Quality Beef PRIME RIB ROLLED ROAST, pound 38c SIRLOIN TIP ROAST, pound 4Oc RUMP ROAST, pound .............................35c CROSS RIB ROAST, pound ............................27c BLADE ROAST, Ib. ........................24c ROUND BONE ROAST, pound 23c CUBED STEAK, Ib. ........................39c MINCED STEAK, pound ........................32c HAMBURGER, pound 20c LEAN STEWING MEAT, pound 21C SIRLOIN STEAK OR ROAST, pound 42c PORK SAUSAGE, pound 21C COMMERCIAL SAUSAGE 2 pounds 25c COMMERCIAL SAUSAGE MEAT, pound lOc LEGS OF LAMB, pound 42c SHOULDERS OF LAMB, pound 24c BREAST OR NECK OF LAMB FOR STEWING, pound 15C LAMB CHOPS, pound 42c and 4Sc DYSON'S DILL PICKLES, in bulk, pound 23c PURITY DAIRY CREAMED COTTAGE (GROCERY, FRUIT and MEAT CHEESE' package C ORDERS RECEIVED AFTER I 1G.30 A.M, WILL NOT BE 1 DELIVERED UNTIL FOLLOWING DAY. Fresh FRUITS, VEGETABLES and SEEDS ORANGES Fresh, juicy 1 1 XaveJs. X JL Vr TOMATOES Ripe azd firm. Pound....... 29c GRAPEFRUIT }y red, S13S S3'5 O W4SHED PARSNIPS 6c Cnsp, sweet. Pound NEW CARROTS Eaton's Dutch Sets, Ib. 23c (SEED ONIONS) THE I T EATON C 1 WCSTGWN BRANCH STORE Now is the to Select Your Garden Seeds and Bulbs From our large and assortment Foodatfria EATOVS. Mara Floer NEWSPAPER! ;