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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunder, S.pt.mbtr 2, THE LtTHMIBGI HERALD 9 Oulshiiie Canadian counterparts British politicians dowdy dressers LONDON (Reuter) Brit- ish politicians were described Tuesday as generally dowdy dressers by comparison with their counterparts in Canada, the United States and West Germany. Tailor and Cutter, bible o[ the British clothes trade, says in its current issue: "One tlu'ng that Britisli politicians are noted opposed to their counterparts in the Western a dour, dowdy appearance, which, with a very few exceptions, stretches from the least im- portant back-benchers to the party leaders. "Foreign politicians and statesmen such as Willy Brandt, Pierre Trudcau and the late John F. Kennedy al- ways seem to present a belter appearance than our leaders. Why must this always be the Photographs accompanying the article portrayed British and foreign leaders in states of dress which the magazine summarized briskly. Prime Minister Trudeau ap- peared in a belted white rain- coat, and Tailor and Cutter comments. YET STYLISH' "The casual yet stylish manner in which Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Tru- deau wears something as sim- ple as a raincoat gives an idea of the elegance of the man. the garment is a suit or a coat, Trudeau al- ways as proper as pro- per can be. West German Chancellor Food production creates problem NEW DELHI (Renter) Food production in India, plagued by chronic shortages until a few years ago, has out- stripped all expectations in 1970-71 and created pioblems of plenty. Playhouse construction grinds to halt VANCOUVER (CP) Roger Girard, 13, stopped construction work on a play- house he is building in his back yard after a building inspector visited the site and said the Grade 5 stu- dent may require a permit. An official said today the case is still under study. A LIGHTGRAPEWINEWITHTROPICALFRUIT FLAVOURS Tile biggest problem is short- age of storage space. Another, in the near Mure is finding new markets for the surplus grains in two to three years. Final government estimates show production of foodgrains in the 1970 1371 period amounted to tons against a re- quirement of 94 million tons for a population of 550 million, and a projected production ol 105 million tons. After allowing 12.5 pr cent of tons for seed, feed and wastage, the country now is self-sufficient for the first time since independence, officials say. The nearly eight million East Pakistani refugees in. India would not pose much of a prob- lem as far as food is concerned either, though they are expected to consume one million tons of foodgrains in one year, food ministry officials say. WHEAT OUTPUT JUMPS Production of most cereals showed increases during the last year but it is the big jump in wheat 20.1 million tons to 23-25 million tons has landed grain-hand- ling agencies in troilblc. The Food Corporation of India, a government agency for buffer stock and price support operations, and other state agencies now hold nearly 9.5 million tons of cereals, mainly of rice and wheat, as opera- tional and buffer slocks against a total basic storage capacity of only eight million tons. The government started build- ing new storage facilities. Schools and unoccupied build- ings are being temporarily used as warehouses. At some places, grain bags are just stacked on temporary platforms and covered wilh huge polythene sheets. But there have been several charges in newspapers and Par- liament of hundreds of thou- sands of tons of wheat rotting in the open. Brandt, wearing a two-button three-piece suit, was de- scribed as epitomizing the new Germany. "Sleek and sure of himself in a mohair suit, he throws into sharp relief our own prime minister. Ted HeaUi. who appears to nave creases in everything but his trousers." The late president Kennedy is pictured in a neat two-but- ton pinstripe with former prime minister Harold Mac- Millan in a sagging overcoat. Tailor and Cutter says the for- mer British leader looked like Kennedy's country cousin. Tills thief in trouble LONDON (AP) There's a thief in London who has a double worry. If he is caught, he will bo sentenced. If he appeals that he must go before the High Court. And he stole the carpets that Chief Justice Sir John Widgery of the High Court ordered for his chambers. The justice ordered three new Wilton rugs for his suite in the Royal Courts and they were delivered. The price was The rugs were stored. Sometime today, the thief got away with two of the three rugs, worth The custodian saw him loading the rugs Into a truck Mid ran after him, but he got away. Food firm earns more NEW YORK (AP) H. J Heinz Co., manufacturer of products, recently reported record sales and earnings for the three months ended July 28 Earnings totalled million, or 50 cents a share, comparec with million, or 48 cents a share, a year earlier. Sales rose to million In the 1971 quarter from mil- lion in the like ]970 period. Dears IN IMPERIAL COLOUR for 5 days only child's portrait made with Eastman "PROFESSIONAL" Ektacolour Film and materials and our all new DYNAMIC COLOUR background assures you full colour fidelity and breathtaking realism never before possible. You must see this value to believe it! SxlO PORTRAIT the entire portrait photograph is completed in gorgeous colouri NO OBLIGATION TO BUY ADDITIONAL PORTRAITS EXTRA PRINTS AVAILABLE AT REASONABLE PRICES LIMIT: ONE PER CHILD-TWO PER FAMILY AGE LIMIT: 5 WEEKS TO 12 YEARS GROUPS TAKEN AT EACH ADDITIONAL CHILD CHOICE OF POSES. Plus 50' Handling and Delivery CHOOSE FROM FINISHED PORTRAITS-NOT PROOFS! 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