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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Young Welshmen Are Not Eager To Work In Underground trr to replace those suffering from SiLcoKS, Tss. afraid well never be (Canadian Frees Sialf Writer) A crusade tain calling for y to go down into wrest free the needs for its able ;o set the new world we're Ij-i-vVJiTtw One Billion Bus. US. Wheat Crop Stowaway Enjoys Airplane Flight VICTORIA. May Ixxrs Antonya Pemancez. suav on a British ship in Loareaco Xtrques, Portuguese I East Ainca. and traielied WASHINGTON, May _ South Wales to urge youths to pom i follow them. .But tpe hish. the argument rages en sires t fail. The Kings said that if granted. Louis will also them a cumber of Dai has werkec be wss 14. Between, he nas jcate'y [ike Canada and Vancouver." to an interpreter, "out like the sea I 'aoald to stay on a He his iia tne Shangaan, _ Mr. K-n; translated. 3 WANTS EDUCATION Iri h'-s few days in Canada he ffvl we can vouth to tbe :ncus- 000 teishels. for him. he said he did not mind I The rve crop was forecast st 21.- resuming -Q so 'ong as he 373.000 busheis. compared wr.n 25.- could with the Sings. 1 354.000 bushels harvested last year Better Programs On C.B.C. Sought May 11- Manitoba government -siii not cut of the radio field _iEless Seven Children Secure Degrees i and for the iO-vesr a-.er- 1 aee. i Tie acreage seeded to winter wheat iras report-ed st 52.096 000 acres, compared -Kith 50.123.CXX) for _ the crop and for rh? 10-rpar SA33ATQDX. ilsy for the 10-year the ordinary prairie farmer, j The acreage of the "winter -a heat I -i-p tabards of doiisht. frost. LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Rom P with the crop to be harvested was indicated day. Mini------- _ ssked Mr. Garson if he TSWHC. agree j under" provincial control. This mess having the CBC take over Mamtoba-own- in Winnipeg ana Trnis-ss the insects and piant parasites, it ss a- acres, compared achievement encash to send to uni- 46.3TS.OOO for the 1515 crop and ageti the grovrth of communal res- and sappcrt, one or for 10-vear ave-ase tauranis used oy a -arho vounssters. but" Mr. and Mrs. Hew- i Thus the percentage of the seeded; lonneriy uxs-c sascR-icnes to irori: _ _ _ which net be harvested or reruraed. home tor the niiccay cram radicated at 115.' mesL to me university 01 compared vnth 6S per cent last vear! Ongmally instituted chiefly to aH seven have: and" per cent" for the j for bomoed-out, i averase. j these restaurants have spread to mosi of the industrial areas. They j i have soared a lot of trouble j curing" the war and today "eating 1 out" is an -Established custom, there has been a of Bosetown at the Umvers- "Last of the seven is David, engineering. The first Arts back in i cisancaor. in NETHERLANDS-CANADA SOCIETY IS ACTIVE i ensures continuance of ths restaur- said Mr. Garson. -Before we consider sellingjn the abstract, let -as have an offer in ths concrete." Manitoba would EOS be guinea. bv monetary considerations Its -radio system, operatec. has been nrodudng s. time- In 1945 i of t3ro secnccs o- Church Activities (Continued from. Page Sine.) _ male chorus ana tne choir" -ka render the Segro spin- al. "Serins I--OT. The youth choir is Chano, r the corec- The family has not been all to- gether for 3. long time, but n was Ridav when the members met and talked over University days at a uncheon here, PREGNANT BRIDES STIR O.C. HOUSE LONDON, May house of commons hotly disputed Fricay whether "40 per cent of tne girls under 20 in are pregnant on their wedding rrt TNNTPSG. May 11 5- Ssn Smith the British mm- :cner. director j fOr stated that tne hi 1 company.; government proposes, whea onpor- Ke i said Thurscay Netneriancs-Canaca i i-r-oduep a bill jrivmsr 'oca' Society organs HI Holland to S bring the two countries closer to- restaurants. He finds that gether now had more than 3.059 members and published a monthly devoted to Canada. Gratitude of the Dutch to Cana- dians. for liberanoti will be marked at the Netherlands embassy at Ottawa May 22 with the Dresenta- tfon of a Xetherlsnds flar to Lc.- Gen. Charles Foulkes. chief of ths Canadian ar said. they fit in. wiii> the necessities of cr> continuing an "austerity plan without endangering the cealtn of the workers- j As the mamsitive man sat os a seat in ths park he watched s. shabby Individual coming along tion of Miss Elia Hndlay. C.GXT. cirie Trill have a special par; in. ice 1-oShia of the evenmg semes. -polloTiring the evening service tne men of the church -sill sponsor a Mother's Day "Pello-icship Hour An excellent program is assure snd.it is expected that many fnenos enjoy this happy, friendl? hour. choir. the ieao-er- of Mrs. Salph ThraH, Js-Jl leatare the "Sonday Eour" on Sun- day afternoon over CJOC. CGXT.'-wiH be held as usual on evening. Boy Scoots on Thursday and the Cubs on rxiday. AH Tousg People are mnted to the grtnnng B.YJ'.tr. meeting on Tues- dav at 730 p.sn. The Service of tcjll be held at the usual hour, eight; o'clock on Wednesday evening. VETERAN WANTS TO BECOME HANGMAN IMay