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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE lETHBRIDCE HITCAID Wctln-jclriy, December 22, 1971 iia won war but refugees pose problems starving and ol bill Ilif refugee. grateful for any help now are many us in Calcutta thinks as half the drove ii. sotting conditions for leaving m' "I cuiikl bai'k on my own !hal if Ihe government gives i'ii a innntii-or iw" '.it most me said v. all ll.c Uaswas, :Vi. a fnnn worker who h 'and walkeil into India with his wife fp-nni the I'akislani and two children last July. ho Imme in Ihi' home lias b'-'en demo- ala Dc.sh natirai India (ought and our fields torn up. dv five million will in India. ndia is a Hindu nation and t of the refugees were Hin- living in a Moslem conn- he said. "Mosi of them e poor agricultural workers, vily in debt to money-lend- ers. Whv should they want to go Last roundup lU'HXS. Ore. (API -llarncy Co inly Hospital has been given to build a new wing to care for old cowboys. The money was left by Pccrl Smyth. who died last week at the age of h f igency i eastern Oregon rancher. a dav to maintain. Total expen- ditiires, including some aid from abroad, are estimated at about million through next SEE TKOnil.KS Indian spokesman concede there will be enormous difficul- ties in resettling the refugees. The new' government is barely fimctionmK in Bangla Desh. Relief operations will have to Ire shifted gradually out of India, but it is unclear to what extent Bangla Desh authorities will allow and partic- nlarlv agencies to operate. ft P11E.M1EII GANDHI U.S. admits ships in bay (AP) The Nixon administration acknowl- edged Tuesday for the first time lliat an American naval force led by the nuclear-powered air- craft carrier Enterprise was or- dered to the Indian Ocean dur- ing Hie brief India-Pakistan war. Pentagon spokesman Jerry Ti ullicim said the Enterprise, the helicopter carrier Tripoli with a battalion of 800 marines, seven destroyers and frigates and an oiler now are steaming between Ceylon and Maldivo Is- lands off the southern tip of India. The ships, ho .said, were to have been used to evacuate Americans from East, or West Pakistan if that became neces- sary, but hs conceded the fleet also serves to establish an American presence in the srca. India had told the United Stales to keep the warships out of the Hay o! Bengal when it was reported they might ssck to evacuate not only Americans but also the defeated Pakistani army. Fr'iedhcim also reported that a Soviet Kresta class guided- missile r-niisor ;md four escort and supporl ships entered the Bay of Bengal through the Ma- lactit Straits shortly after the U.S. ships passed through. lie said the Soviet vessels are slill in the bay. These arc in ad- dition to the 10 or so ships the Soviets normally maintain in the tnclian Ocean. Siamese twins opera lion set EDMONTON (CP) An op- eration to separate two-month old Siamese twin girls is sched- uled for Jan. 9 at University Hospital. Cynthia and Christine, who were bora Oct. 28, are joined from the lower chest to the abdomen. The surgical team will num- her about 20, including two general surgeons, two thoracic surgeons, a plastic surgeon, two anesthetists and a number of supporting surgeons, physi- cians and nurses. Members of the team have chcsen to remain anonymous because "WR prefer fo be re- garded as a the triciafl said. It Is our sincere wish that this Christmas time ho 4 most joyous for you and your family. To help make your X f holiday feast the best ever, we've gathered a wonderful selection of finest foods from across the land. Come see how many of your family's holiday favorites await your choice at Safeway. We Will Remain Dec, 22nd and 23rd 9.DQ- 9 p.m. Dec. 24th We Will Cbse at 6 p.m. CALIFORNIA RUBY RED Sparkling Bright Fresh Produce YAMS IBP.rfaw j" iPROUTS rr 39C CANADA NO. 1 GRADE MIX OR MATCH FLORIDA RED OR WHITE OR RADISH Super Saver Size 48s Super Saver OCEAN SPRAY LATE HOWES IRANBERRIES Canada No. 1 Grade Super Saver 1-lb. nel wt. pkg. Discount Price Pkg. of 12 nel wt. pkg. Empress L.P. Stuffed Olives Safeway All Purpose Coffee Bsl Air Mincemeat or Pumpkin 16-fl. n. bile. 1-lb. net wl. pkg. 24-oz. net wt. jizo Safeway Self Basting Canada Grade A, Frozen Young Hens and Tomi, 10-22-lb. Average Ib. MANOR HOUSE or PINECREST Canada Grade A Frozen "Young Hens 10-18 Ib. ovge.......................... MANOR HOUSE or PINECREST Canada Grade A Frozen Young Toms 22-25 Ib. nvgo. Lalani Pineapple o. B V .r Town House Whole Irjiicy VCK Pnh oz. tin GEESE Grade A Frozen Young Canada Grade A Thick Rib or Boneless Chuck Canada Choice Canada Good ROAST v Zippy Plain 'i Mixed Pickles 48-fl. oz. jar PRICES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE DEC. 22 24. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. SAFEWAY COPYRIGHT I960. CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;