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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY THE UETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Scots Angered By Move Replace Prestwick With Southern Airport B? JAMES McCOOK (Canadian Press Staff WnterJ LONDON. May Cable.) airport in Ayrshire, has become the centre of a violent coa- trorersr m the house of commons and thorn in the side of the Labor government's civil aviation program. Prestwick's future has aroused Scottish belligerency to the point Mrs. Jean Mann, Scottish Labor sieznber, said to Ivor parliamentary secretary to the avia- tion minister, that Scots leit they were being "sold down the mear." The Scottish is that Frestwick Is toe finest field for a tenmnus of trass-Atlantic and other major airlines. Taey say the best iroulfi, be extensive de- velopment ol this field -with ade- feeder services, rather than construction of new and expensive fields southern England in what they call "the fog belt." In addition some critics want Scottish autonomy in aviation de- velopments with Scottish airlines planning ambitious ventures, even to looking across the Atlantic. ADVANTAGE TO EIRE Immediate irritation over Prest- wick was aroused over what Scots claim was the advantage given Rmeanna airport in Eire unaer a United KnigGom agreement with! Esre. Under this agreement RineaEna benefits from a civilian shuttle ser- vice to London. Passengers ikho have flown the Atlantic in United States or other airliners can step from the airliner into a smaller London-bound machine and com- plete their journey. A passenger landing from a Trans-Canada Airlines plane, or any other trans-Atlantic plane, at Prest- wick. must depend on the R-AJF. transport command to get him to London. Otherwise he has to take a train. Scots are demand- ing a civilian shuttle service im- mediately- THE PERSIANS LIKED LEARNING WITH THEIR COFFEE Coffe ee Tlie enticing fragrance and extra-rick flavor of Maxwell House Coffee inspire good cheer whether on festixe or family occasions. For this famous coffee contains choice Latin-American coffees expertly blended and to capture the full goodness of every coffee bean. For happy meal- times serve Maxwell House Coffee. It's alums "Good to the Last Criticizes Withdrawal Of Army From Egypt LONDON, May Cable.) the proposed with- drawal of forces from Egypt, the Sunday Times in an edi- torial said "the British government's failure to secure full and eSective discussion with the dominions on the negotiations is a blunder of the first magnitude.' The Conservative newspaper con- tinued "No time should be lost in so revising the svstem of Common- wealth relations that effective unity in all major matters of policy shall be put bejond the vagaries of the government of the hour in any one member state." vln the house of commons last Thurscav Prime Minister Attlee sai Two thousand people are homeless and more than 100 are believed to le med in floods sub-nerg- ed 30 villages in the plain of Adana southeastern Turke.v. after over- flowing of the River Seyhan caused by torrential rams. A four-Doint program embracing wage, pension and other demands will be submitted by the Toronto and Montreal locals of the Interna- tional Ladies' Garment Workers Union of America to managements in both cities Frank S. Games, chief of the United Nations Relief and Reha- bilitation Administration to tne Philippines, took issue with recen statements of Herbert Hecver jr Manila that the Philippines food situation is comparatively good. A walkout of 45 emplojees of the Sidney and Whitney Pier Bus Com- panv left public transportation tied up The bus drivers quit, their jobs Saturday night in a dispute the laying off of Beverley Tule Whitney pier negro. A plea for admittance to Canada of displaced Ukrainians was Saturday night by Anthony Hlynka member of parliament for Vegre- ville. Alia. in an address to the Canadian Ukrainian dub at Mont real. Two Edmonton men, James Gra ham and Kenneth Abbott, charged the Thomnson and Dynes Lim- ited store robberv Aonl 23. when cash and bonos totalling were stolen, were remanded to trial in Alberta Supreme Court. Hector M Haynes. 46, well-known Regiua sportsman and mechanics foreman of the city engineer's de partmenl. died in hospital at Re gina Saturday from injuries sufferer when the jeen he was driving tumec ever on the hignwav near Bethune 30 miles to the northwest. The archaeacon of Chester. Er.g land, Ven. R. V H Bume. said Sa- i turdav he would uf.hngl'. sacrifice; some "of his food i! by acin? so he could relieve a starving German There are thosisancs uould do the same but we are not allow- ed to do he said. One hundred ships, including vessels loading food for Britain. Ir.aia. Crsir.a Japan were he'.d up at five Australian ports -by a strike handling bales compressed ?r.a la.sbcd together a to.al of 660 pounos. Evcrr phase of forest re.courres. down to th" and conditions of lumberjac'cs tviii be coierec b- Ma] -Gen Howard Ken- nedi, or.e-man ro-val commiaflon, who'haJ been workir.? for some' time on the rnor.umertal job of de- termmirg how Or.tano'.s great, tim- ber wealth can be conserved and developed. A Northern Transrwrtation Com- pany tug and two barges the j first vesrela of the 1948 summer sea- son to reach Fort Fitzgerald 500 miles north of Edmonton. Frank Brodenck, director of th? company, reported. The vessels were I SLAVER CONFESSES ORANT. Mich. May 13 35-year-old foundry worker, A trap- FOOD FROM HUMAN" HAIR LONDON, May Food contaicirg element; irons hu- man hair collected fro tasted at a Hamburg hospital Pence Broekway. secretary of ped bv a tiny goM locket found en j the bodv of his slain wife, i admitted Saturcav that he blud-! m_3i "J geosed ner and his four-year-old Britain's Independent Labor party, stepdaughter to death April 19 and j according 'o a he made buned their bodies in a lonclv grave orl returning from a two-weei near here The locket, found when GRSEXOCK. Scotland, May Km? and Queen ff and the Princess Elizabeth and ff Margarei Rose will traTel on the ff' bafleshi? Vanguard when she j makes her maicen voyage to South Africa earlr ney; year. The coin- tioa serrtce LAVA M J i ii--------------------------- shipment of eggs under con- trolled refrigeration and S. C. Barry, associate chief of the poultry pro- ducaon clivaioa of the Canadian department of agriculture, accom- panied the shipment to regulate its traas-Atlantic tempera cure to that nrgTaHIng at the unloading port. Agriculture department thai: as eggs shipped in refrigerated freighters at 40 to 45 to Alberta in f degrees fahreaheit may sometimes Calgary There be unloaded as 70 degrees in Bns- busicess col-! pars, the sudden change in moved to j temperature causes oa the outside of ihetr dampness increases risk of damage from mold during the 10 days or "jovnov M9" Zi-wa Canadian eggs lia, SIQTP froa British wholesaler to _e fee Wehrsnacht has' retailer a> It oeen reduced in the British rope of I ;j.e Germany a mere nancful of I I Barry coUected from egg cen- tres and loaded a.; Montreal in a. EDMQNTOX. May neer reside" of and found- er of the first; business college in ._ I Calgary, Best. 80, died Pndav :rs an Edmonton hospital. a mere prisoners of war and special sonnel, i; was London circles HUSrer's armies has oern completed. reducm? TO REPRESENT CANADA TOHONTO. May to represent CanacUan youth In a! the bodies were discovered in makeshift graie la'e Friday, gave isii mission to the youth of Bntarn. to Germany -It was like fish- Canadians aged 17 to 20 ".eft paste and was served en fingers of toast." Mr. Brockwav sale "As a. 0 police the lead shat led to the arrest result of this experiment Dr. 3ansi. of Charles Gilbert, resident ol a j heed of the hospital, is sssmg that Muskegon Heights. Mich., trailer human hair be fro: Sunday for New Ycrk en route to London. They will sail on the Queen Mary and take part in I the hairdressers of Haranarg an _____ Ecjoire Youth Sunday in all "i Westminster Abbey on May IS Led I by Major F. J Ney of Toronto. of 45 to 50 degrees. By oowunisj daily wireless reports on temperatures at Liverpool, he was gradually to adjust; the freight- er's temperature to thai of the port. founder of the 2mpire Youth More- merit, the eight include SUzabeth. Hoknes. Vxtona. Philip Ashton. Vancouver, and Joyce ChoTm, Wln- aipes. WHAT a surprise answer. And what thrilling answer to make "Mine! And a CCM-, In this brief conversation is expressed the opinion of Canadians on the choice of a bicycle. From their earliest childhood young Canadians know that C.C.M. Joycycies and juvenile vehicles pedal and roll easily and swiftly and never "go on the When they grow to school age their great desire is to own a COM. has taught them to prefer "Mine! And a C.CM. This is the year to make someone so exclaim and to make him extremely happy, pave the way to better health and provide him with the means of making money. When you visit your C.C.M. dealer examine the bicycle carefully see how easily and silently it runs, how swiftly and smoothly the brake functions. Note the smooth steering, the comfortable saddle and the true wheels. Of course you will find the famous three letters "C.C.M." oa the trade mark located on the steering is your guarantee of trouble-free cycling and full value for your money. CCM. STRONG WONT HUS BbiJt of jrctrl wrth uchjf accurately ma- chiaed a.-id hardened bail- to give ol C.C.M. COASTER BUAKf An C.C-M-. faJ-ef in forward clutch acuon, C'ful it than anf of predccctiors. Bcilt of ftardwied to I seeds of today CCM.HANO0C of t2m snost la sect.oa at a bicycle are a tarr set ibe aatc oct of TWIT action. Headquarters for C.C.M. MORRIS BARRETT HARDWARE T EATON _- T _> ISJ BRANCH STORE o UMfTCO YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER AT HOYT'S We specialize in bicycles. See oar larye stock of C.CJL parts BERT MAC'S CYCLE AM) RADIO SHOP The friendly store where sales are backed fey service 315 Seventh Street S. fbont 3232 Consumers Hardware THE STORK WITH THE STOCK fHOXE 2213 SPAPLRl ;