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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BlCK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD AUSTRIA ASKS DECLARATION German Church Letter Censored WIESSADEX, Germany. April 27; I pastoral letter by Horaan I Catholic bishops in western Ger- j siany tas been witfcdra'Bm in the j 1 American zone a- the request oi Italians Living On Slim Rations Br V.1iiIAM BOSS (Canacian Press Star! Press Siaii Writer. or, -aster Monday, an Sr ber ol the United Nati fere 1S3S wceri tne Germans nio-.ec ;he letter the bishops com- The aversse Ital-: ajams-t the mass trans-ers an is a the German populations east Ger- CI1 black mar- manv. the of -aneec i the r.etainmer-t in con- council cf tcreign 21 take -lUCh sters e up in conjunction with the estates and the cetainment in makes no ce treaties w.tn anc uve c-ntrstton esrnris of prisoners of war distribution of anythms O 1 r. __. peace Germ :s not m the same category __________ _ German satellite states although. IT wno "are p'_t to j and susar. Of- labor." contend suppLes of _ other Air Supplies resh ".esetables. fruit arid nuts all rusa rrcspectors h Italians tried presare trie pianes -or government decisions must oe ap 1... oli c-i-E- Says Publisher A "Nigger Lover" ____ wruch took team sow are made in a leaner j he wants, hours bv ligh- alanes. piloted by "Tnere veteran bsih fliers or young pilots j said a Venetian, recentlr cusharged from the H.C_Aj1. j pocket book. With" reports of ndi strikes be- e rnace "ai the district, the town i ture ins ing wife, Hepresentaave Ciare Bootn Holdms trie senate floor in opno- stion proposed Bnusfc loari, ____.___ Senator Sjlbo took esception to a. optimistic "WILDCATS' not lhe j carrying.on a. carr.na.gn to" dfs- o? I propelling a baby j courage fantastic rumors and over- They realize thar recent life magazine article i thev have a aiz stake in the com- cescnnec. han as nhe trorsi; man in the senate.'' all "cases it every person carriage to give way to pas- _ and are planning an all- sengers. ano. it ut drive to prevent pro- j i The AftssiS53ppsaa tola his col- i raoters from giving the a leagues that Life's recent appraisal f bad name. of 33 senators irhose terras expire j nest January, "the greaicsc lie j in the history of the American i press." sna vras published by s. "negro social equality outfit." Heferring to Mr. and Mrs. Luce, Senator Silbo told the senate: "If this pair of nigger-lovers had their -vray about it, Shey isouja de- feat 22 of rnv colleagues and my- erence mem ..am LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from JFrost Page.) contended thas Its. Ijuce and another into a church, and still arjother one has become part of a i The voung Britisher of today is distinctly "control minded." A Sun- i dav icnool teacher, having told her i class the story of Joseph and tne 1 coat of manv colors, put this ques- tion: forced Joseph into the j The ansn-er came pat from the smallest; lad: "Please, nuss, ilr. Bevm." i had been unfair in attacking him wayside railway station- in recent speeches for his stand on tie racial aueston. AN OUT-DATED BYLiW "I believe in segrega- rEknira. Signet.) I do no; eoualit bghere wiuts lace." GIANT CRAB (Australian Letter) A crab weighing Ib. a rea and pink mottlec body and r-uneral serricas for John S. (Cap) "Wjlson. pioneer nver pilo; of On- tario and anitnba. frill be held at The Pas Monday. He died Thursday at tne age of 54. would undoubtealv cause a con- troversr of some length and heat. 7 m.: one claw, 23'- in.; ooar, vet posslbiv 50 -ears ago tiere was in: finger of each nipper. 10 in. a. justi5aDle reason lor the clause. The marine zoologist of tne_ Aus- ch we in this dav and aee i trahan museum (itr. F. A. 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'We invite you to compare The THE CANADA HEAD OFFICE WATERLOO, ONTARIO Branch Building, Lethbndge, Alberta. Representatives: E. R. J. FORSTEK, C.T..U. LESLIE J. BAKTMAX of which is the clause: "No oerson or nersons i Tasmaaian species, which was the second largest in the ana possessed the greatest bulk and weight of any crab. j lines -s-aitmg to buy foodstuSs I and other commodities m short sup- i piv and keen oeraand are longer' than ever, if possible. But there are queues and queues. After a wedding recently there were ouite a lot of people hned ap to "toss the bride. Finally tiie bride found herself being feissed by a small sondescnp; TTIRTI who was a stranger to her. "VThv are vcu kissing sne demanded. "I aon't know jou" "Well. I don't know. re- plied the little man. "when I KOi into this queue I tnougnt it was for razor York Times. KIEV TO HAVE MOVING WALKS (From the Christian Science Monitor) Five lines of moving the Soviet home-service broadcast j savb in a program recorded .ti i Washington, will os built at Kiev. the badly destroyed capital of the Dkraine. Four are to connect the j various districts of the city with the central underground. The Sfth. about two kilometres long 'about a j nule and a is to run along the Kreshchauk connecting the cen- tral park mth. the centre of town. The Soviet commentator explains that "a subway equipped a passenger con-veyor would cost only of an equal length of underground railwav. while convenors would be still cheaper to build." It is possible to do this, tne re- port continues, because of the great progress made in b-jilcL.r.g escalators and moving stairs. In the past such have been too com- plicated or expensive. Ar.d how will the "moving side- walk" work' According to the designer, an engineer bv tiie name of Vclbek, fr.ese honzonwl passen- i ger corj-veyors will consul of a num- i ber of honzontal escalators run- ning parallel to each other. The first will move at a slow speed. The j next scmevhat faster and so on i Pedestrians will be trarslcrred from I one to another fastest will whiz b> at about miles per hour. Moving sidewalks haie been a recognized form of transportation since the Chicago World's Fair of 1893 constructed a two-speed three- anu six-miles-an-hour system with- in the fair grounds Berlin's Indus- trial Exposition of 1895 had a simi- lar sjstem, while the Paris Exposi- tion of 1900 had three miles of moving pathway. new business corncs from policy- holders. Ask your Mutual Life representative to the special features of this Company. Life Insurance Since 1869 OWN B OB pace, we present a group of EATO N'. have passed the rigorous tests which are necessary plied. 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