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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY 20, 19461 Claims Atom Bomb Did Not Outmode Bow and Arrow In War CALGARY, May atom bomb cad nor eunnode the bow and arrow as an instrument of according to Herbert Goose Lafce trapper, who took his own bow and arrow along could kill a rabbit with aa arrow i a; 30 yards, he gave Sals consent." Lara pointed o drinking is no; ceased Ko, Ericsson in an interview before ieaving for the north where he intends to resume his rupted career, the boa- and arrow were ociraocsc before tne atom beaic entered the picture. Thus, although his archery fc: O2. lils? with a nfle. They wouldn't J been of much use when he was sho: sear Dunkirk by a German solder a: point-blank range. "Of course the bow uo-jicl beer: an excellent weapon for mght use. being silent." he reflected. -But of cotirse one couldn't see to shoot at in the dark.'' Ee had rrappec. for nine years in the nsnh" and ELGST-V for targe: practice. -The larsesl I e'.er sho: was a sSrhk." siiH wss the marvsl of fel- low soldiers and on cne occasion, curing a on Vancouver Island when he was stationed there with his f-rst unit, the 3Ist Alberta Reconnaissance Hegtment. provided fhe party with some tasty wild game. And in he sue: a number of hares and canal rats. TVhen he wen: overseas Jtily, ins major at first ref'-ised him :o take sew and ar- rows along but. "when he heard I, j LEFT HAND CORNER i (Continued frora Prom where it's our impression that two babies are ten seconds. lo'.altv ;o her job surcec -a or. the instant. Wiih en- emohssis she assured the -..-.a: certainly wss ture s.-ortsread she sccec, tnir.k is pre-war." HIGHLAND DEW iXon vork Herald In with the Labor new budget, Britain's of this week acopt- ed a. resolution requinr.g: a license puis wrcgiEg sbove t the dry but mell filiec kirks of Scoilanc; becomes, a possi-! Whether this will be the case arc Sunday m clouds over Jills will becoaie popular to be sees.; AT aocj've the banks and braes of bocc.i. ajcc often iagh-arc dew and boiUes of Kentucky bc-urbon row- are liielv to fl'- and flow. AS forj a defeated a part-al; solution of his fears, we i s kirk to a cocktail lo-nge should; stay carefully grctiMccd ou "he. Saboath. cor-fmiris :neir air travel to Reek dajs cold Scotch aught ceaisnd internal and J cispprsal- Said the instalment collector: j "Look here, what do >ou mean' You ve never" made a pay- I men; on vour j -Well, the company j "Fsi as jou plsy'." "IVha: has that so; to clo' l -I cori't To U.N.R.R.A. Body MEXICO C1TV, May (Renters) A Cnited Nations tteiief and Rehabilitation Ad- ministration mission nas come back from a tour of Latin Am- erican countries with its "hand fell" of contributions for fam- ute-tnreatened countries. Cabs has promised tons of this vear and an- other from next vears crop, officials said. The Dominican Bepublir, one of the world's smallest states, has contributed equivalent to per cent, of its national which eom has already been bought and shipped to Europe. Brazil has added a contribu- tion of S11.250.W9 to its previ- ous donation of Uruguay gate and promised a further Argentina, which Bus partial- tons of promised the balance would be made later. WOULD DO SAME THING (Moose Jaw Attractions Of Peacetime Air Force Stressed In s ._ OTTAWA. Mav -_ A. P. Young, the anttsn incus- Saturday giving details malist. who spoke a: the Car-aciaa) or o; fef.'ice in club cinner is a 1RTon--r-an peacetime HCJVj1., Air dishes. Sevin did the sarce sue apsroxnnatsly even conned an apron. j "co-nrrjissjonec openings and -I laughed ano said. I woricer ntiraber of applications is in-', iT there is another raaj in trie CTerT env." British cabinet who wctnd be will- j c L guessed that during-' >Z 10 appear cressec. as you are: ,he a-e men; suiferec tcavoidaole hardships and is one. i in--onveniences, but the aicttire for 'And who is teat? assec. _ force is Par! was the A Pole was passing through Berlin, vith his small son. The boy sa-K- a huge siatue of Hitler and ired he "Why he's the man. -srho freed js from osir cnains." the father nice said. "You gold flairs and my watch HOUSING HOLLYWOOD fSheilsh Graham) 33avid Xiven was telling his pal. Douelas Jr.. thar ne couldn't find a house as a price, that he didn't where ho put his w-e ana Employees SIGNED THE CHARTER FOR CANADA'S FIRST UNIVERSITY is tiie oldest university in King's College, thcs at Windsor, N.S., granted a. Royal Charter by King George HI ia 1802. The college Itad been founded 14 earlier, by act of tfae Nova Scotia legislature. Yonr signature on a Canada T.ifc Assnraace Contract can guarantee tne advantages of a college education for your children, eren if nn- fbrcsccc eTents should rake you away from, them before they reach college age. Whether your immediate problem is to pro-" Tide funds for educational purposes, for family income protection, or for your own retirement income, yonr Canada Life representative caa help you. arrange the right kind of insurance contract to do the job most efficiently. CANADA LIFE RepreentsSrei: A. W. XSDERSOM, C E LWDE, GSORC-E L tARRAaOUGH BRIGHTER TOMORROWS FOR YOU AND-YOURS me war cabinet. 'Mr. Bevm was a visitor si _ j reduction noiicy. n' Ccl. Gibson said he had a surplus j me post instance, the air 5orce was sayi2_ farewell to the -double-decker- bees -used ihroushosi: the war. Each. airman will sleep on a sin-le bed. Compensating for the slower pro- i motions would be a trade-grouping j srstem under which non-cqmmts- sioned personnel win be able to i obtain pay increases without wait- ing for nrbnaotions in Airmen also would be allowed to trear civilian clothing while on leave or rsass and new summer uni- iionss were being designed. rie Is chfldren. "The house nest to said XXHIE. "Iirs a bit run he added, 'and there's no furniture, bus we'll To Reserve Camps vSTa. couple of beds, and you CALGAKT, Ifey can eat at our govemraeni employees wno wish u> -b--s the waV i' is until attend reserve force suaansr camps a xoodcatdr priced {may one leave S Which may be lor vears weeg, i of ATD 13, Tr.its been advised by Says Germany Grim" CALGARY, May pation troops in the British zone in Germany 'have encountered few disturbacces Xazi groups start- inr again, but in the- American oc- cupation zone several uprisings have had to be suppressed, Alberta veterans who srived in. Calgary Saturday morning, stated. of the 19 anc. 318 men on the special train that ar- rived a; 3 ajn. had served with ihe _ vear, while were from Military Headquar- ters in tendon. Sst. ilaj. Xruper of tne Canadian Scottish whose home is in Edmonton, suniraed up the sit- tiation in Germany when he left recently as "pretty The worfe of rebuilding Germany is graduallr progressing but it is slow work, said Cap: D. JG. La Rose, an Edmonton member of the Ca- nadian Scottish. Contrary the general belief, there is s. severe labor shortage and workers cannot, well or for long hours because of the poor food. POLISH ARMY MAT ________for Polish forces now in Scotland said reports that the Polish 2nd par: of the j 1st Canadian be transferred from Italy to Scotland were true "as far as I know." The report came Saturday through the British news service in Germany, which said it had been announced in Rome that the 2nd Corps, coin- tnanaeo by Gen. "Wlsdyslaw Anders. be moved out of Italy. The war office said had so informa- tion concerning such a proposal, and in Some Gen. headquarters said that while such a step may have been decided in London, "the gen- eral has not been informed." Under arrangsment govern- i ment, employees will be granted i three with pay snd one with- I out, two weeks 'being to I attendance at camp. j I Premier Manning stated, however, i j aias "while the government, has.] approved this arrangement as a. general policy, there may be cases during rush, seasons when their' services are urgently required by the department in which they are J Such circumstances j would" be carefully considered, the 1 premier added. He stressed the im- j poftance of continued military j Puli pay and allowances at new j j army rates wul offset personal loss for these taking leave "without pay m order to attend, the 13 re- lease stated. Xew policies of train- i mg are being completed for the j reserve force and it is anticipated that active force rates of pay and i allowances will be paid dunng camp training. Because of the present reorgani- zation of many units there will be no large, camps this sum- j j mer. but local units will hold camps 5 in their areas where organization i and present training permit. i Plan to Settle j U.S. Families In i Northern Alta. 2DMOXTOX. Hay 20 2 Ibs. Danish Bacon (smoked) 1 Ib. 14 ozs. Cooked Tongue 'one tin) u. aiia oaczis, weage Second Floor MEN'S SMART JACKETS CORDUROY WITH TWEED Sporty jackets with cotton cor- duroy fronts and backs, tweed raglan. sleeves, knitted wool cuffs, collars and waistbands Zipper front, cotton lining and two slash pockets. Mar- oon, browns and green. Sizes 36 to 44. Boys Sleeveless Puflovers ianis 01 iigns Better quality pullovers for young lacs' sports and dress wear Knit from soft all-wool yams of light V neck style in close rib stitch. Light blue, navy, beige and light brown. Sizes 30, 32 and 34. Each AT PRICES INCLUDING POSTAGE AND INSURANCE Summer LEADER Package: NORWAY. 3 Ibs. Danish Bacon 'smoked) 1 ib. 14 ozs. Canned Earn and Bacon 2 ibs. 9 ozs. Processed Cheese B5IXSIUM. POLAMD, CZECOSLOVAKIA FRANCE. HOLLAND, LUXEMBOURG, S7.96 AUSTRIA ............S9.48 BUDAPEST Summer CHAMPION Package; NORWAY. SWEDEN, 1 Ib. 14 ozs. Pork Tongue. 1 tsn 1 Ib. 14 ozs. Ham and Bacon, 1 tin I Ib. 14 ozs. Stewed Steak 1 Ib. 14 ozs, Danish Butter, 1 tm 1 3b. 2 ozs. Processed Cheese FINLAND CZECHOSLOVAKIA BELGIUM. POLAND 57.96 SWIZTERLAND. HOLLAND, LUXEMBOURG, FRANCE, S8.62 AUSTRIA BUDAPEST Summer VIKING Package: NORWAY. SWEDEN, FINLAND 2 Ibs. 3 ozs. Danish Bacon (smokec) 1 Ib. 14 ozs. Tongue. 1 tin 2 Ibs. 3 ozs. Salami I Ib. 2 ozs. Processed Cheese i. !b. 14 ozs. Danish Butter, 1 tin BELGIUM, POLAND, CZECHOSLOVAKIA LUXEMBOURG. FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, HOLLAND AUSTRIA BUDAPEST Main Floor MEN'S "COMMANDER" SHIRTS "SANFORIZED" PRE-SHRUNK Roomy, well-made shirts suitable for outings or for work Tailored from stur- dy cotton material that's been pre-shrunk for satis- factory washing, coat style with two buttoned front pockets. Plain medium brown shade sizes to 18. Each Men's and Boys' Main Floor T EATON _ w c-s T E N BRANCH STORE NEWSPAPER! ;