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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE FOOD PROBLEM GRAVE North Americans Unaware of It Br JAMBS McCOOK Press Staft Write) stances could bye with a clear cpn- eduo of XOKDOK, May Arthur Greenwood. Envy Seal, said jesterday in an acdress to use Dudes Of Colonel Jenkins Outlined -._ 25th mnniYersarv luncneon ci me Canadian Chamber ol Commerce in Britain that food perhaps is the "most ghastly" situation faced by the Labor government and added the thougnt thai "ifce continent across the water" has JJOE fully ap- preciated lis graviiy. Mr. Greenwood aald he hoped Herbert Momsoa. Lord President of the Council, would return Iroar Washington having persuaded the TJniied States to play its part ni recovering some food to maintain the life of Ore Unless help in the form of food could be brought to famine areas, the strug- gle of the had not been Brorth- while. "Canada has made her food con- tribution." Mr. Greenwood said. If there were hunger in the no nation In better circuit- OTTAWA, May 17. The duties of CoL J. H. Jenkins, 47, oSSL of military oper- wo-M aSd ations and plans at defence head- IT-tnat Cure's Quarters here included.Jb-Mon. ty properly organized enough, to do U." KKS1ST AGGRESSORS Mr. Greenwood said that Com- monwealth co-operation must be- come closer. Whatever happened, Common'aealtri forces always -aroulo. resist aggressors from whatever source. Britain would do everything pos- sible to develon betier relationships and her trade arrangements for token imports from Canada repre- sented her desire to keep goodwill la the Dominion. British traders must vias and study Canadian roar- bets as she could not trade on an absentee landlord basis. Tte Chamber, which represents Canadian business interests in Britain, received thanks from the king for its message of loyalty and affection sens to him on the organ- ization's jubilse- -all attacnes, foot outside the office I'm followed j br two young men. They even shadow me when I go to lunch.' Am I under "Not at alL" replied his friend. "Those fellows are your secretar- TEARS AT ONE MESE (Northern Miner) Don't let sajone be heard saying that there's no stability in the mining industry. "W. H. Pntchard has just rehred from his job as master mechanic EATON'S Canad ___ defence said Thursday ia a 1 Unuously. He 'will continue to work for Hollmger. but in less Pnor to going to; 1 gold nune Mr. j nr I pm. Wednesday BOYS' JERSEYS BARREL STRIPES Colorful jerseys for summer Knit from brushed cot- ton oa a rayon WJ i -v. 3 B authoriUss for release." the state- te interesting as the longevity 11 sleeved style crew necijne. STORE HOURS: 9.30 sun. pjn. Saturday Information Phone 372 Commenting on references to a CoL Jenkins, chief of the operation division." in a document befor? tne espionage trial of Edward Mazerali here today, the statement said "presumably" they referred to COL j. H. Jenkins. It was normal for CoL Jessies to "give the foreign military attaches such information as had been authorized by Canadian mihtary arduous duties. the Porcupine Pritchard worked "eight the Silver Mountain Western Ontario, and four jears Cobalt This durable and com- petent workman has pursued his years mine at in for 52 vears. 45 of them ia j 1 49663 Ontario mines, and he's stsU at it. I itarv i record of steady employment I WHITE SUPS AND TAGS USED IN BLACK MARKET MEAT DEALS TORONTO. May en- quiry into the meat situation in 1 the "Toronto area opened Weones- dav before Commissioner J. D. Mc- Nish with witnesses telling of using "white slips" and "tags" to collect money as uayment for over-ceiling meat and 'shouts of "liar" coming from the body of the courtroom as one witness testified. The commissioner was appointed in an effort to break the impasse in the local meat situation and to ascertain what, if any. hold the black market has on the distribu- tion and sale of meat in this area. One -witness, Mike Stepanov, was twice called a "liar" by persons he named as former emniojers who had asked him to collect money, employed by another firm for about a vear and of having been given imbues and "little tag tickets- marking the "01 er" price. Good Lamb Crop On South Ranges meat said, adding -hat information given to the Russian military attache was "within the scope of nis military duties and the nature of this information was such that, it was available to all other military attaches." CoL Jenkins had appeared before the royal commission on espionage and explained ms position as direc- tor of operations "as -well as the type of information which he was required to pass on to foreign mili- tary attaches. Earlier, a high source said taat the royal commission had cleared CoL Jenkins of any suspicion of espionage. The flow of information which he furnished the Russian j TAKE of dividend payments. A Calgary teacher has gleaned this handsome bouquet of schooiboj i boners, all original, she claims: After a storm comes a clam. To err 5s humane. Better late than eier. Absence makes the heart go poa- der. All that glitters Is not old. One good turn deser-.es a mother. Physician, heel thyself. Enough is as good as a fast. He always looks ca the backside j of everything Red. stripes, green or maroon A dearth of moisture throughout Southern Alberta rangelands this spring is resulting is a short grass cover for sheep herds and the feed situation will become uncomfortable ___ __ if general rains do not soon ar- ranging from 70 cents ro as high as i rueF stated W. S. Benson, secre- through use of the slips and tarv of the Southern Alberta Co- tegs. Ee said he had received the operative Sheep Breeders' Associa- slips, in addition to invoices, to ewer black market collections. The witness was interrupted first bv Izzv Folitsky and again by Syd- ney Brussky, local dealers, causing the commissioner to caution against further outbursts in the courtroom. Stepanov told of having been RAIL FARES VICTORIA DAY MAY 24 Bctwwn All Stations in Canada ONE-WAY FARE AND ONE- QUARTER FOR ROUND TRIP (Minimum 2Sc> GOING: May 23 to 2 p.m., May 26 RETURN: Leaving destination up to midnioht May 27th Fall information from arty agfnt- ;ion. this morning. "One good feature in the situa- tion is the good crop thai is reported. Lambing has been in progress on the range since the middle of April and will be pretty nearly finished by the end of the month. Weather this string has been ideal for lambing with many flockowners reporting 100 per cent lamb crops." miUiary attache continued long after the alleged espionage network originally was detected. CoL Jenkins, who lived in Van- couver before the war, is a nauve of England. He came to defence head- quarters in 1941 as a general staff officer, grade one. and a jear later became director of military oper- ations and plans. Magazine. AWAY. RIPIJEY LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) Eager to Enter U.S. Leprosarium has dispensed -aith the pipe, ana uses a 10-inch metal rod, with a nag at the top. Sometimes he uses a hollow stem, but this is orJy for blowing smaller nubbles. "One Sundav afternoon I stood blowing bubbles on the verandah of mv McCarthy said. "Very soon hundreds of bubbles swirling up the street and many soared high over the tops of tne flats. People .came out to watch (Prom Holiday Magazine) A "Wistaria vine in Los Angeles County. covers an acre j and a half. In Tombstone. Arizona, a rose- 1 bush covering 2000 square feet pro- 1 duces hundreds of thousands of; roses each year. A tree in LUv Redwood Park in Central California contains a room twentv-one bv twenty-seven feet. and fifty fee; You might call it a one-log cabin. SAN 5EANCISCO, Ma? 17. A tall, ruddv army officer, deter- mined to spend the remaining jears of his life by the side of his wife in a Carnlle, La., Leprosarium, was undaunted Thursday by unofficial word from Carville thai his request probably would be denieo. This possible, setback: came as friends "of ear-old Hans George Hombostel, a veteran of two wars, pushed his petition in Wash- ington! Mrs. Hombostel, 52, developed skin trouble while she and her hus- band were prisoners of the Jaoan- ese at Santo Tomas in Manila. Phy- sicians at San Francisco hospital where she is in isolation believe she contracted the disease long before, probably while doing research work with her husband among Polynesian peoples. Maj. Hombostel has no doubts about his decision to join his wife at the Leper colony, "I don't consider myself any martvr by asking to be with her as long as we both shall he said. "I'd be unhappy without ner and she'd be unhappy without me, and thats all there is to it." them, and children went excitement." McCarthv found that tne soap bubble was" too fragile, and he has invented a solution which produces durable bubbles. He calls them "bouncing bubbles." McCarthy is a manufacturing chemise, and to commercialize UNIFOKM ALWAYS! his bubble-blowing solution and apparatus. He claims that when he gets into action he can blow more than 150 bubbles a minute. His wife and three-vears-old son are also profi- cient blowers. The wearv theatrical magnate sat back In his chair. He had given auditions to at least twenty young women who wished to acorn his chorus, and he was tired. Then came a timid knock on the door, and a rather faded, enviously married young woman entered. "Excuse me, she said, "DUE "'AH right.' he -said resigned, "sing something. "But "Ko voice? Can you dance'" "No. I blooming well she snapped. "But if you'll stop being start scrubbing the floor. That's what I came here ior." COLD COCNTRES (John Loye in The Montreal Gazette) In a recent speech in the Ottawa Senate, Senator Eallantyne said i; was possible to colonize the north- ern regions of Canada. He cited Russia as an example He pointed to the numerous centres of popula- tion to be found in the Soviet Union at or near to the Arctic Circle. Humanity, like uater, finds its natural level in coming to settle- ment in a country. On the map of Canada we can see how it hugs the hinterland of the American bound- ary and the south shore of the St- lawrence. On the mans of Australia and Newfoun-Uand we see it con- centrated in the soutn east comers of these islands. The higher orders to Christies Biscuits Chrisftes PREMIUM SODA CRACKERS BRITAIN SEEKS MANY RECRUITS LONDON. Hay (OP. Cable) jesterday opened a coun- i trv-wice recruiting campaign to get' 250.000 more men into regular ser- vice with the armv, the navy and the RJLP. Prime Minister Attlee termed the campaign "of the highest impor- tance" because "the forces of peace must be powerful." War Minister J. J Xawson ap- pealed for 100.000 men for each of the army and the RJLP. and men for the navy. "We must be in a position to car- ry through oar commitments over- seas and to sive full support to the United Mr. Attlee said. Mr Lawson told a press confer- ence: "Xo system of compulsory service can oroauce sufficient experienced non-conunissionea officers or skill- ed technicians or under normal conditions provide men. for com- mitnients in distant pans of tne world B.C. Loggers' Strike Hits Newspapers On Pacific Coast SEATTLE, May Seattle Tunes, itselt dependent on British Columbia paper milis. on Thursday forecast a serious news- print shortage should the province s loggers' strike continue long. It quoted Frank Webster. Seattle Star business manager. ,as saying "If the strike goes on long enough, all be out of business. "AH newsoacers using British Co- lumbia newsprint probably will have to reduce in size." George Russell. Tacoma. Naws- Tnbune business manager, said "u the strike continues more than a we are going to to do something drastic in cutting the size of our much as aO per cent to start." Also reported dependent on BC. Trull..; trhich will shut down when their three weeks' supply of logs is exhausted, are. The Bremerton Sun. Bellmghara. Herald. Tacoma Times. Seattle Buy- ers Guide, all m state; 90 cer cent of California's smaller j the San Francisco I Oakland Tnoune Bee. Fres- Honolulu The BressPrton Sun announced s issue that it would orogram of ra- ordmanly as between Canada and the western regions of Europe. Nature has influenced tne climate of the latter so favorably that there is no room for corcoanng 11 with the correspondingly high regions of JNorth America. Leningrad is miles nearer to the North Pole than Montreal, yet. the average temperature of both cities is the same, around 40 degrees. Incidentally, they are the two cold- est of the world's cities whose pop- latjon exceeos one nuluon. Montreal is In the same latitude as Bordeaux and Venice where the average is about 70. semi-tropical Churchill on Hudson Bay is in the latitude of Leningrad, on the 60th parallel Churchill's average is as low as 25 degrees, and in winter time is very cold. 40 below, over lorg periods. This can be taken to apply j to the whole vast area north of the 60th parallel, and with increasing severity nortlrsrara. The warm water of the _.-.-. Stream, going around North Cape charged with kiunsc a .eilow p.jsor-- and retuir.ing by Iceland, softens j er. It found that one 01 uie the air blowing from the west and north west over western Eurooe Canada, destitute of that beneficent. space Fridaj to reducing "the size of the paper. Ask Interpretation Alta. Jury Act EDMONTON, May question of interpretation of the Alberta Jury Act as to whether a i person over" 21. but under 25 or over 60, can be disqualified from serving on a jury because of ase. is being referred the aopellate division of the Alberta Supreme Court. Attorney General said Thursdav question arete recently at Hat during the muraer trial of a Ge-nan nrisoner of FroTi tK' sunrv Fi i Is'srcs and West Irdics the cane svcjar is refired in Vancouver to make Rogers" Gotdcn Syrcp This pure and delicious food ss a addition to the diet of children, to quickly renew burned up" energy. influence, cannot be expected to rival Russia in colonizing her north- em regions. jurors was under 25 and Chief Just.ee Ho- on presiding, dis- charged the jur> and ordered a new trial L. S. Tarco'te, Letr.or.dge. re- i spondent in tne reference, ard de-, fence counsel in the Lethbridge A man wno lost his job soon' trial at the after war began went to see a i submitted that anvor.e under friend who had obtained a post in i 25 60 is and tnat a much criticized Ministry. "defence mav that tne jury friend was sympathetic ar-d said if sucn a person -I I can fsx you up with a d on lhe job here" _____----------------- The job-seeder was taken along _.., the corridor and m-rtaHed in a AnXlOUS 1 O comfortable office His friend left _. him ?ith these words. Non con" rue r QCCS, be surprised at our way doing things. You 11 soon get used to it EDMONTON, The man settled down in his of- Arthur W. May 17 "Social Credit THE B.C.SUGAR REFINING CO. LTD. fice. read ris newspaper from cover! memoer oj the Alberta legislature' to cover, and solved the crossword. Then it was time to knock off The same thing happened every succeed- ing 'day. During the second week he met his friend, who asked him how he liked the Job. he replied. "The office is cosv and warm rm quite com- fortable, but I trust me here. don't think thev Bvery tune I set for Banff-Cochrane, jesterday he had no: abandoned his fight to disclose "the real facts" on the de- struction of equipment at the Pen- hold air station. Mr. Wray said he had made application to gne evidence on de- struction of equipment at Penhold before a ypecia! committee ot the house of commons. blue, fizzes 22 :o 26. 95c Boys', Youths' JACKETS HIP-LENGTH STYLE Smart cotton dnH jackets in hip-Iengtli stjle with zipper front, all elastic waistband, but- toned cuffs and four patch pockets. Biue, brown and fawn. 8, 10, 12 and each Size 18 each STUDENTS' 3 PIECE TWEED SUITS Choice of Coat, Vest and Trousers Or Coat and Two Pairs Trousers Excellent value to please thrift-wise and style to please modern lads! These good- looking suits are neatly tailored from sturdy cotioif and vrool tweed suitings in three-piece styles with single-breasted coats, cotton or rayon linings. Doffed or plain bottoms on long trousers. Blue, grey or brown 32 to 37. Cash Price. 3-piece suit Budget PUn Terms, in accordance Wartime Prices and Trade Board regulations, may be arranged if desired. BOYS' SMART TROUSERS IN STRIPED OR HERRINGBONE TWEEDS Dandy trousers to wear with sport coats, }oajC sweaters. Nicely tailored from cotton, and wool tweeds in regular style with cotton-lined pock- ets and cuffed or plain bot- toms. Brown, blue or sizes 10 to 18 years. Pair Boys" Main Floor Lii CHILDREN'S DOMINION "KIKS" Sturdv shoes for summer sports and holiday wear. Brown leather Blucher oxfords with plain or corded vamps. composition soles and rubber heels. Caildren's sizes 8 to 10. Pair Boy V sizes 1 to 5, Pair MISSES' OXFORDS IN BROWN AND WHITE Ponular sport oxfords in and white leather with Blucaer-cut uppers, maccasin vamps, composition soles and rub- ber heels. Sizes 11 to 2, B and D widths. Pair Sh jy BRANCH STORE LEGS OF LAMB, pound 42c SHOULDERS OF LAMB, pound .................24c LOIN CHOPS, pound 42c and 4Sc Main Floor Canned Beef Stew Burns', O lS-our.ee tla J. C Doughnut Mix For quicfe preparation. 2lor49c 18-ounce packages 1EWSP4PERS -IWSPAPFR! ;