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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY Submerged Squid Makes Low, Fuzzy Sound-Study Noise of Sardines SAS FRANCISCO, ilAV Francisco j The Sonar-ecuiopeci Pearl Harbor i under present concrions sarcine was ou; a: sea" todav tmng once Sshermen cam operate prontob.y again :o tj.ck sia sounds made by only m the dark of tne moon, hop- t submerged" sardines. Jng to a? phosphorescent _ The crew is handicsnped. hoireier. tra-ls. I It doesn't know waar a schtnerged In three weeks cf experpenta! sarcine sounds like. 1 work at sea the crew ieamec Pearl Harbor with its Sonar sp- bow stioniersed sound, but _ used caring tne var for they have learned this: cKeKiss: submarines, was chartered 1 A school c: squid makes low, io- experimental work by the San i fuzzy sounds. GASOLINE COSTS Kow tea; the season o it be good tactics for :he {basis of imperial gallon. la I average Canadian to to see Swuzerlanc. a gallon o: gasoline a-! Canada fxst. The sup- S2 cents and 12 Portugal 78 cents: Sweden, 45 cents; The Neth- erlands. 45 cents; Greece, 28 cents: France. 28 cents: Egypt. 48 cents; British South Africa, 35 to 50 cents, and Great Biitain. 35 cents. In Honduras, the price is as ranging from 52 to 65 cents, and in i British Honduras it is onlv 35 cents. I In Australia the pnce is 27 cents a gallon. It is not explained whether the prices quoted include taxes. If the computation is made on the basis of the American gallon it means the equivalent of approximately one-fifth more for an imperial gal- loa. the measurement used in Can- ada. Switzerland would be a grand place to spend a holiday, but gasoline at better than 91 per im- penal gallon, and a lot of lull- climbing to do. it begins to look ai though Korth America is the besi bet for the aierage Canadian whc has tc budget for his summer holi- dajs on what is left him by government. Gouzenko Tells Of Spy Network Immigrants Can j Transfer iOver Four Years .___________ 4, Mav of Tc- Kir-g in a charge ci con- t spiracv continued here Tuesaay wnocn vi hen the sixth witness, j Igcr Gouzenko ran into Mervyn B.ack c: 10- ronto. a by birth. sworn sn mtersreter. I reiterated previous j testimony about the iron-barred "secret ci the esioassv- j His secret cipher cece was kept t there. of telegrams were burr.ee a- -nienals set bv Zaootin. There OTTAWA. May United information service offi- cial saic immigrants are per- mitted to transfer 000 in equal instalments c-.er a ear period. Thereafter any sterling reniaimns in Britain would DC regarded as capital and not transferacle. How- ever, tne interest couZc oe draws gj; pi; V The amount co-.er a i of a family. Ordinary traiellsrs 3r.- ?3in may carry out tinder circumstances a higher amojnt may be of the chief of the secre; c: The second was kept, there in uaiitv 'sucn as JCWS Are Disembarked there. When he left, the embassy ;or i Bv ciKTER good Sept. 6. 1945. he had taken; JSWTSH cocuments from tne secret civisicn. As this pomt a short recess sliip'docked with. called. The crown brought; forwarc. a black which Gouzenko said he had taken from the embass--. It hac beiongec. to CoL Zabotia. The ftrst page was s. "rsgistration card" bear- i ing the name ot isunan. The second was headed "scheme of group research." He said the tile was one on Lunan who ooerated' load of 1.750 stateless Jews at ne. Tuesday and the san ous trips to the z cetenticn camp where illegal are hela. i srmec tanks and' corconed off the ic-nuny- Bogov, former military at- j iras intercepted 50 i m-fes" "Palestine by Romania, a week aso wirn pass- j Anotner typewritten shees was sn apd cer- gamzation letter tor An- ier vras ior the research gro-ap for A sheet in Roger's headed "iask number one which was given to "Bacon." allegedly the code nams of Prof. Israel another accused. Another, in the writing of I.t.-CoL Motinov. another former aide, referred to organiza- tional assignments for the eroup. number given 6-8-45 was the heading of another nage. Cartwngnt; then explained LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) a; leas; ihree or four each some neat, because i. is a the contents of ice pages to the as jury. The first said' Lunan had I source of iron and ether minerals as vitamins. An excellent obtain the vitamin B fdni- been the since March, j iiv'is to have s. grain cereal j 1945. everr cav. "-which she recominends DIAGRAM SHOWX as ah inexpensive means of health i Ths second gave a diagram j protecnon. ing the setup of the researcn including the names of i AUSTRALIANS PLAN lAisan, Ealperni ana Durnfbrd TO TAKE BUFFALO Smith, anodier accused. "Bagley" tras the coos name given for A task for him con- cerned 2 report on races sets and their technical factors. Press Union) So that the Chinese peasant can get a working beast to replace the water-buffalo slaughtered by the JapsT touah Australian horsemen i Xtie thara uage gave mstructions are preparing to tackle a job 01 for iirgeni calls to be nhoned to i bul-dozing that -sriii make iex- S-7521, Lanan's on style cattle handling look tame. a calendar pad belonging to Mazer- all ior code is-nich would tip off meetings on Osa-wa street comers. One group of documents listed a number 01 meenngs purportedlv between Back and Col. Zabonn. Procedure in arranging the meet- Ings was to call the number 9-7521 ana ask: "Can you tell me jour next masaane tnn be pub- The meetings then took place on the day follotving that, given. About Thev plan to ride araonff the buf- falo herds that have roamed the lonelv plains or Northern Australia for more than a hundred years. rope the calves, tame trajn. i them, and ship them to the as The Australian Army assigned Major Grainger to lead sn expedi- I (assisted by Captain H. R. Feaey. another aathonty on live- and made available special planes, launches, trucks and equip- ment for a strenuous six weeks' field survev. "Buffalo Bill" Grainser and his i forts to organize the research group. Of "Bagley" (Mazeralb he -wrote Bagley was "no; a verv regular or enthusiastic supporter.'" but that lie was "showing more al- though "somewaat naive coliacal- 2y.-> 20 meetings -were listed from March to September. 1345. Mr. Cairwr-gh; then read a let------------------------ _ tex from to Col Zaboun, 1 partv carried out low-level flights dated ilarcii 28, 1945, and entitled jover'Bathurst and Melville Islands, "organizational letter on research {-over Coburg Peninsula, over the I group under eastern fringe and Amnem Land, i The letter outlined Lunan's ef- and over the low-lying country south of Van Diemen's Gulf. They went up the Adelaide River by launch, travelled overland by truck, through the swamps on horseback. i They found buffaloes in large I numbers, largely confined to a stno i A subsequent letter, dated April south of Van Diemea's Gulf about 13. 1945, reported little further PTJ- 100 miles long (between Adelaide gress. and Alligator Rivers', running m- itr. Cartwngflt asked reference I land to a depth of 60 miles I iC-ClCiiUC to one report by Prof. Halpenn be keps in camera. The chief justice reserved decision on the pomt. to 8. Pair.......................... 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