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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thursday, May 21, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Peasants Sacking Stores For Food FORTALEZA (AP) Drought in the Brazilian North- east is forcing peasants from farmlands and they are sacking glares to get food. To the north- west, along UK Amazon River, floods arc forcing people from their homes. The worst drought in a decade in the northeast is causing deep social and economic difficulties. Peasants in the interior of the Ultra-Sound Used To Heal MOSCOW (Reuters) So- viet surgeons have success- fully used high-frequency sound waves to help weld broken bones and eliminate tumors, a iop specialist here says. Prof. Mstislav Volkov, director of Moscow's Cen- tral Institute of Traumatol- ogy and Othopedy, said in an interview with the Com- m u n i s t party newspaper Pravda here that the ul- tra sound technique had' been used in dozens of such operations and the results are encouraging. It also has been estab- lished that ultra-sound can be used as a pain-killer dur- ing surgery and patients felt no pain a day after an oper- ation, Volkov said. stale of Ceara, of which Forlal- eza is the capital, are invading towns in search of food and jobs. In Aguatu, Ml miles south of Fortaleza, about 600 peasants who were driven from planta- tions by bankrupt landowners, sacked grocery stores, talcing whatever they could carry with them. Another group of peasant families hi nearby Quixada tiled to stop a train carrying 30 tons of sugar, but were driven off by police. Local mayors have asked the state government to send mili- tary police reinforcements. Federal and state authorities have started distributing food in tlie interior and the federal gov- ernment's northeast develop- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 394 Sill St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Thomson Papers Motion. Lost OTTAWA !CP) Speaker Lucicn Lamoureux disallowed Tuesday a motion by Bruce Howard Bound- ary to have a Commons com- mittee investigate Hie Thom- son newspapers. Mr. Howard maintained that the extension of the Thomson papers is a "growing threat to freedom" and accused Patrick Nicholson, Ottawa correspond- ent for the papers' of "monu- mental distortion" in his col- umns about Parliament. He asked 'iliat the privileges committee look into Ms allega- tion that the situation is becom- ing more alarming with each purchase of another newspaper by the Thomson group. Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location in Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo- ber, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further information please write or phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Ave. S.W., CALGARY, Alberto. 363-5683 (403) ment agency has drawn up an emergency plan through which men, women and children are lured to build roads and dams for the equivalent of 45 cents a day. In the Amazon region, flood- ing is bringing hard times. Hundreds of persons living near the banks of the mighty rivet have taken to higlier ground. Experts predict the worst flood- ing in years. Hundreds of head of cattle have drowned 350 miles from tlie mouth of the river and 30 per cent of the jute crop has been destroyed. Otter crops elsewhere also have been ruined. Press Institute In Trouble HONG KONG (Reuters) Officials of the International Press Institute reported today that the organization is in seri- ous financial trouble and will have to close unless drastic measures are taken. Hans Klutlie, outgoing chair- man of the executive board, is- sued the warning to more than 200 newspaper piiblishers and editors from more than 35 coun- tries on the last day of an IPI assembly here. "If drastic measures are not taken we have to close down sooner or he said. An auditors' report said the institute's finances had dwin- dled to at the end of 1969 compared with at the be- ginning of the same year. IPI, based in Zurich, groups editors and publishers in 57 countries to promote press freedom. Villages Destroyed In Blast KARACHI (AP) A Paki- stan arniy ammunition dump blew up near Lahore Wednes- day and police reported three villages were destroyed. They said casualties appeared high. The blast recked Lahore, about 650 miles northeast of Ka- rachi, and the shock waves were felt up to 100 miles away, the police report said. Windows in Lahore were smashed by the force. First reports said truckloads of anti-tank mines blew up si multaneously. Tlie ammunition dump was in the village of Dher, about eigli miles from Lahore. The explo- sion, set off a raging fire in 100 degree temperatures. World Vs. U.S. Struggle Seen TOKYO (AP) Mao Tse- tung asserted today that "a new upsurge in the struggle against U.S. imperialism is now emerg- ing throughout the world" and President Nixon's "fascist atrocities have kindled the rag- ing flames of ths revolutionary mass movement in the United States." In a statement broadcast from Peking by the New China news agency, China's leader de- clared that "U.S. imperialism and its followers have been con- tinuously launching wars of ag- g r e s s i o n" since the Second World War. Mao praised resistance in tiis Indochina states of Cambodia Laos and Vietnam but gave no indication that China might in- tervene. "The danger of a new worlc war still he said, "anc the people of all countries must get prepared. But revolution is the main trend in the work: today. "While massacring the people in other countries, U.S. imperi- alism is slaughtering, the white and black people in its own country." Beniamm EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINTS Give .your home weather-wise protection with. Benjamin Moore House Paint It not only withstands the weather., it beautifies while it protects. Your home will keep tijat sparkling "just painted" look year after year. Benjamin Moore House Paint is easy to apply too.'One coat covens most surfaces. For protection plus beauty, remember it's Benjamin Moore House Paint... the best friend your home ever had! f ,500 custom colors arc yours... with the AIOOK-O-MATIC UNIVERSAL COLOR SYSTEM Free strip chips, color cards and painting tips are available from your Benjamin Moore dealer. Other Benjamin Moore Paint Each With Special Appeal POUCH AND FLOOH ENAMEL For rugged wear and rich colon on wood oc concrete floors-- inside or outside. High gloss... gives lasting MOOHTONC EXTtMMI FHWIHU Great paiMs for tadnt minded! Yur- round protection, Trith econo- my. Glow Faint, later Hoiist Paint, Torch and HOOT Enamel. E Get professional decorating advice from yam Benjamin Moore dcakr-thc best friend ynig home MAGRATH HIUSrKING TANNM BUILDING HIUSPRINO SUPPlltS CO. had! UTHBRIDGE FREDDIE'S FAINTS (Wntern) LIMITED 3rd Ave. i. Seeding Half Done OTTAWA (CP) Wet weather has delayed planting ill Manitoba and Saskatchewan, but Alberta farmers have about half of then- 1970 wheat in, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported Wednesday. Moisture supplies are good in central Alberta but land is dry in the south and in the Peace River area, the bureau said in the second of its 1970 series of telegraphic reports of Prairie crop conditions. The report is based on infor- mation gathered by selected crop correspondents, including federal and provincial agricul- ture department officers, grain industry men and independent observers, and wired to Ottawa Tuesday night. j Only about five per cent of the seeding has been done inj Manitoba and eight per cent in j Saskatchewan where some areas reported flooding. A survey of grasshopper eggs by the federal agriculture de- partment showed the hatch was delayed and outbreaks of grass- hsppers are expected to be light to moderate in most areas. The pests may be severe in the Wyngard-Garthiand area of Sas- katchewan and an area of Al- berta from Fort MacLeod and Lethbridge north to Claresholm and Enchant. ALBERTA PICTURE Moisture conditions in Alber- ta range from low in the south- ern part and parts of the River1 area to good in the cen- tral regions. Spring seeding is general and about 50 per cent of the wheat crop is in. Pasture and hay conditions are generally.good but more moisture is needed tx> promote growth. Medicinn Hat reported about 75 per cent of wheat, oats and barley planted. About 35 pci- cent of tire wheat is in around Lethbridge. Seeding of spring cereal crops is nearly com- pleted in the Peace River area. Average rainfall since April 1 is 1.35 inches, 28 per cent be- low normal. COSTLY STRIKE VANCOUVER (CP) Mac- Millan Bloedel Ltd. today re- ported a strike by Brit- ish Columbia tmvboat men has cost company employees more than in lost wages. Your kind of shoe- Look fresh, and free in this airy delight of soft curves and straps. The open look. FRISCO PAIR SYLBERT'S SHOES 505 4th S. 317-3714 When Dunlop Ford Says "YES" For Less! 538A- 1965 METEOR RIDEAU 500 "our door wagon, V-8, uto., P.S. and P.B.......... 683A- 1966 OLDS. TWO DOOR H.T. V-8, auto., CTOflS P.S., P.B., radio. I VOO 797A- 1966 CHRYSLER Four door 300, fully equipped................ 703A- 1965 FORD CUSTOM SEDAN Six 'cyi., auto., radio................... 907C- 1965 FORD GALAXIE 500 Two door HT., V-8, three speed, radio......... 1086A- 1969 FORD EXPLORER