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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO, THE LETHBREDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY Simians 4. .J. -J- -r Turn Manhattan Into Jungle being iraistamed at their pre- war Canada relied on other countries for coal and otner products. Those countries did rsot i I curtail supplies to Canada in diSi- eul; times normal times. Playground; Tipplers Startled I KEW YORK. May monkeys and mare 100 fugitives from a'per a jungle day. Scampering Simians climbed into open windows, frightening office workers, dashed over roof- tops and ssjaealed in ss they barged stores. tipolers m s. tavern received unexpected stimulation some the jiboering ammuls entered. samalec some beer then tarcea to more potent -loauons. Then matrons left with checks unpaid. The atumals had just arrived a: Henrv TreSSih's pet store from their jangle habitat, wiiea tney made their escape. A cage in the monkey house osen bneSv. The ani- mals scsirriec out. opening tne doors of other cages to aLow their companions to greet the new world en masse. ilore sir: 3C-CK) cased spec- tators the srtics as firemen anc agents of the" for the Preve-n-jon of Crueltv to a posse to dcwn the lour- legsed Ten rankers were captured Srehous-e. 33 historic St. Ps'-il's chape; ceme- -err a" trapivd 40 12 his store, sue fs" ns'oaed in a laundrv baz in s ta'-ern. The ethers the-ir "oef sre ulti- mate car'ure. MINERS EIRE HUNGER (Continued from Front S the goiemor and the staff had men and women re" upon the farms of this durins tus: period famuiie cjc tjot n possible fcr to optain funcs wmch to sec-jre (Conncuec! rrcm Frcnr Page.) the operators must pay approxi- mately S3.000000 in back holiday cvertime pay oefore he will discuss contract iernis. Solutier: of this issue -aCiiJtE greatly the nego- tiat'ons -srmcn have been stymied ss. ihat point since tre government asiec; tie parties to ret-ame talks on Aprd 2S" OPEKATOK5' STATE5IENT Pledgitig that they -aili try to carry out ilr. Truman's rcandate for ejusck peace, the operators stste- mem said: i "Whether Mr Lewis' proposal is a. effort to_ sclie this tre- i mendo'-Slv prodem cr is ia moie to appease pucLc opinion i and deJay impc-ndm? tne next five" da--s wUl tell Plans call for to enter tse mines today to prepare fcr proeucuon. -ahich is scheduled to get under irav Mendaj. J. Mriiroe Johiiso-. director of the ofSce ct aeferce transportation, said no decision had seen rescued on the freight embargo and cuts in passenger service. Jcnn D Small, chief of the c.vil- ian said the cannot afford to MAY DOUBLE PENICILLIN SUPPLY i could not get least week and'tnat another 14 davs bottles. AGRICULTURE (Continued from Fran; r _ of the Dominion experimental farm service received remsmerat-on. which was equivatent to their ahCitv." Gen. Pearkss anc J. A. Ross fPC- j Scuris) sngsested farming be macm.ec why many of them to do anything time.' Mr. members. Cabinet Approves Compromise In Teacher Training Program EDMOXTON. May Alberta cabinet has approved a com- promise agreement between the one- year teacher training program re- cently urged by Education Minister Acslev and the two-year basic training course advocated by the government's advisory education board, it was annovinced last night. Under the new plan iatesiia oer- good for only itro years mil be issued stvdent teachers after oce posed one-year plan drcrr cntjcasai from provincial education- ists, said the aev system vocld an injoroiezaeat over the followec during the war of grmatsci war emergency certificates stu- dents to teach abbreviated courses and thus ease- the teacher shortage. He noted that a teacher eaaoi- date may proceed directly throvgh the two-year course which would include seme weeks of practwe teaclisg in regular classrooms The bachelor of education degree would be aTsrarced a' 'he end of tie lour- ear's training and tnll authorize teaching u? to grade S and m spe- cial cases, grade 10. The certificates will be subject to j year course ana p: f2Ker.sion if the holder proceeding made here for classroom experience toward a permanent certificate, en route. certificate, which will require a second year of training or its equivalent in summer school. Education Minister Ansley, whose _ announcement, of the pro- satisfactory compromise. Commenting oa the plan. Jolm "W. Barneu. aecreiary- _ treasurer of the Alberta Teachers" Association, said he believed li a; wort in their laooratory a: Madison. Wis.. are John P. Ststiffer. tleft) anr Myron P. Backus. University of "Wisconsin faculty numbers. are credited with ine principal work in the discovery of a new strain of aould which may pos- sibly double the nation's supply of penicillin, the woncer drug.. Tae two botanists botn. found that ultraviolet, irradiation caused unpredict- able changes in the genes of spores and seeds, with resultant changes IQ the cnaracierisncs of the plants or fungi springing from them. A peniciliiri- producmg combination of high capacity was hit upon. It is called Q175. and is now being supplied to penicillin manufacturers here aad abroad. Coidwell Makes Proposal On Tax Stalemate more attractive for Cattadian you: C .eader. suggestea i To Russian Claims PAHIS. May Sec- at" that I retarv Byrnes of the United States alete an I todav accented the Soviet Union's todav accea: demand for in repara- tions form Italy, but, added condi- call mans tiiat 2na2T famis dtmiie the Tjifrrtg- advantage of tbeir Srsc op- imEncr1 taon. who left i 317gg applications have been dealt sow were 24 000 requests have been ec. The number actually set- tled ob. the lard was about "Fo? 10 years this -WET be- BLACKMORE'S PLAINT J. K. Blackmore 'SC-Lethfaridge) neai; with the price of farm im- tjlsments. He felt the recent increase usr cens in. the tstce of farm, machinery should, have been covered bv -another subsidy." He said CBIE of the great prob- lems todav was how to overcome the adverse effect of price increases farmer had to buy. These "147 which he cia not enum- erate, :had increased by 42 per cett- Ee caHec fcr a charge In tne tjolicy of isms prices in tjiere was ''undependaclfi ister Howe anr A meetme of officials of the two principal Canadian, railways with government officials is scheduled for early nejre week to discuss such, 3 proposal. 1 j inces -nrenargd to proceed -isith an --Ir. 3; agreement ana announce its vill- reparatii tions -araich led to a clash Foreign Minister Molotov of Rus- C rrov- i sia. an Arcencan source reported. Mr. 3vmes, accepting the Russian Jbas dgmand. -eras reported LOAN PROGRESS CFCN S to CALGARY OTTAWA, May Recqn- I struction Mitiisiar.Sowe said 1 i in the commons that he believed every lumber yard could expect more lumber this year. Replvia- to John Bracken. Pro- gressive Conservative lecder. Kr. Howe said supply m Apra was CContianed from Front ate auaroral m the house is mocifr tee Dommtos', ay believed likely but it is corsicered certain there" trin be a determined effort in some cuarters to defeat it delav action untU after next Novembers congressional elec- tions. Many house members al- reacv cave denounced the loan in violent terrcs The loan agreement, reached last XJeeemoer after long negotiations j led for the 3ntish by the late Lord Kevnes, proviGes for a OOO'OQO loan repayable in 50 years interest at; rsro -cer cent. (A; Otta-sra yesterday the Cana- dian senate approved a bill prorsd- mg for a loan w the Unitsd Kingdom. The fclii avails royal assent) In any year that; Britain suffers circumstances -sraich TiaV? interest ingness nrooosaJs in tee minor fields of taxation such as electricity and gasoline, if such z, step would enable agreement to bs reached oti a broad basis. He also suggested the seven prov- inces which indicated a wide area of agreement; on fundamental mat- ters should endeavor to meet and jortnulate a common policy for presentation to the federal govern- ment. Mr. ColdweH's statement followed an unsuccessful effort of his party have the recent the American source to have MacKinnon Turns Down Fair Bill, Wheat Marketing OTTAWA. May Trade Minister MacKinnon said Fncar night in tne commons that he coula not accept in its tsresent form a member's bill calling to the Canadian Wheat Board to take Newspaper Job j Awaits Italian and Queen SYOSSET. May There's a job waiting in sunny Hor- .da for Italv's abdicated King Vic- tor Smmaauel for Queen Sena, too. Uov-d C. Griscom. United States Ambassador in Home under Presi- dent Theodore Roosevelt, recalled in an that in 1903 -while lunching with the royal couple in Italy he mentioned that he was go- ing "to retire from diplomatic ser- vice and publish newsoapers. The king. Mr. Griscom said, ask- ed jokmglyt "If I ever lax JUT job. X21 yo give me one on your newspaper'" Mr Griscom said he replied, -Certainly, you car. be foreign edi- tor." At this noint. the oueea asked, "What about "You can be women's editor." Mr. Griscom answered. Mr. Gnscorn. who owns the Tal- lahassee Democrat, said the offer soil goes. Likes Hot Dogs, Bui Not Beds VSTXSIPEG. May 10-vear-old Esfcmo boy fcrought to "Winnipeg: this vreefc for an operation -ahsch may restore his sight is all in favor of at least nio of civilization's advantages but froTsms on a third. Mickjeegak shorten- ed to "Mick" by nurses at the children's hospital be given enough hot dogs or warm baths he like beds. He falls out of them. POLISH CENSORSHIP CHINESE GOYEKXMEXT TO REPATRIATE JAPANESE grain markenag agencies. He said he believed the bill.1, moved by Hobert Fair