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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J.2 THE UfKBRIDGE MERAKJ Mondrty. April 10, 1972 or i 'ci.ii.gee? Her clulil of Iho czar, ['hr voinnn. ''1 :i fornuT t'ollc'uc pro- I't nsscrtion slie K Her Imiic- miraculously survived Hit' Unlslu'uk sKmditor of lisp iin! family nt iti Her vl.nnv li "-A v c r. has ncvn hrcti snhslnnli- All avenues of appeal appar- enlly wore closnl two years ihr (lonnan Su- in'- pu-iiK- Court uphc'ttl a lower !ms at the I'niuTHly of I'.il- eom( derision tliat slic had havi- a.skocl for ;i vmix' in to prove her case. tin- planning and adnplion "We'll Like lor tlic United fulnru university budgets. States lo lake HIP matter before The mjue.-l v. ns In n j the NVoi'ltl Court." said Dr. John motion hy the mm cr- r. M.mnhun, and siiy's [ruully vrliu-h j hcralrlic expirl wlio married ateo asked HIP budget, now i IP. his seiv classed ;ic i-nnfidrnlial. ho inr, in HUM. JiKnlo puMi-' a' .ill slauofi ct HAPPEN' "J-ut. nt IIP ridded, Tlic ni'-li nr'-'I'- "u ilh this ojunln "s (OL'Iiiifjs safoKimrds SHILITP f.i- about aulnci will never uiliy ciils Imdfiet liappen constraints. .Marutlian nkips liqlilly over srck rU.O.UJV (IT) the eliroiinlon'ieal he 1 relates lliC'in o( "Anastnsia's" rcM-ue hy a soldier whom she kiler marrieil. hN doalli a lime later i" lludapesl, her Miieiik" in a Her- liii raiinl in lli'.'H. aiul her lonn elforls to regain her health in a (fei iiKin asylum II '.vas assassuinlion, he says, thiil foioecl lier to (lee incognito In the I'liileil .States in 1028 anil again in She the intervening j years as a miesl ot various I royal houseliolcls in ICnroiJe atid in her invn hnnic in (lerniany. Drawing Mrs. Miiiinhmi into conversation is diflictill. at best. Asked whether slie would like to reliirn to some day. rshe shouls: "Never' I have too I nmnv enemies there." LOOK TO rniTu: tliirly fij-ins have applied to I lip South Afiic.nn for to Iniikl siuii scLs in EinlicipatLon of the country's first )ilannetl i for "ANASTASIA" AND HER HUSBAND Mrs. John E. Manohcin, 71, who, to her bnlinvers, is Her Imperial High- ness, the Grand Duchess Asidifajici, only surviving child )lie losl RuiMon Czar, Nicliolas M, stands whli lior hus- band, n genealogist a'icf heraldic expert. Dr. Monahan married 13 years his senior, in 963. NORTH LETHBRIDGE TIRES LTD. .VJRSW GUARANTEED WITHOUT LIMIT AS TO TIME OR MILEAGE! .COW PRICES ON SIZE 5.20-10 1] 5 550-13 S3. EACH, Whilewalls Only 6.00-13 520.15 Dollnr for riollaryour best lira voluein its price class. Four full plies of nylon cord in a rugged bias-ply (non-belled) construction. Long-wearing Tufsyn rubber in tha tread for bolter mileage. MANUFACTURED IN CANADA GUARANTEED WITHOUT LIMIT AS TO TIME OR MILEAGE! RADIALS BLEMISHED OR TUBE TYPE Sue Guarantee SAVE 16SSR1S ubclcss 155 5RU Ul-rlew Developed and tesled in Europe. Mode in Canada specially for imnort and economy cars. Block tread design gives surer grip on the road under all weather Built with 1 rayon bells and 7. plins of Polynslor. Up to cJoublo llie mileage of any non-belted lire. LETHBRIDGE TIRES LTD. 305 13 ST NORTH LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3181 OTTAWA (CP) Canadian (armors intend lo plant 21.4 rail- lion acri'S ol wheat in 1072, an j 11-por-cpnL inciTasc from last; year, SlUislk-s C'iiniulii reports. Bui [annci.s intend to plant 11-per-cont loss barley, 37-per- cent less rapcsccd, 22-pcr-cent less flax, nncl 16-pcr-cent less rye. The noi't.ncc esliniatos ai'e based on ,1 survey ot tanners' intentions as of March 15 in all provinces exept Newfoundland. The FureiTivi of 21 -I million acres II per ccnl above the total ot 19.2- million acres and 71 pet- cent more than the 12.5 million acres oi 1970, is still per ccnl lower than the avcrapc. The cxpecleil increase lor Manitoba would he eight per cent, for Sas- kalchcwan nine per cent, and for Alberla 23 per ccnl. Spring acreage Includ- hiK durum is expected to in- j i crease II per ccnl to 21 million acres, while durum wheat in- i creases fiu: cent lo 2 33 mil- acres, OATS ACIIK ixmN The -lOi.lHHi acres seeded to winter wheat in Ontario last tall was eight per cent larger than in the fall of The intended acreage Cor oals, 7.9 million iHTi-.x represents a Ilirce-prr-cenl decrease from harley acretige is placed at 1.1.5 million acres. II per cent. tioth mixed crains, at two milliiin acres, and o r n for gruin, at million acres, would one per ccnl below 1971 levels. The B2.COH acres inlcntlcd [or spring rye H per cent below (lie I97l" level. Wilh Ihe 834.500 acres seeded lo tall rye last au- lumn, clfiwn II per cent. Ihis >ear's conihined acreage of fall and spring r> e is expected lo be 917.IXIO atics, down 10 per cent from 1971. ['limntrl flax acreaKC Is 1.57 nnlUon an iv, down trom 201 tnillion. Acreusc seeded lo flax is cx- I peeled to gi.i down 11 per cent in Manitoba, 'in per cent ill Saskal- rbcwan, awl -12 per cent in Al- herin 'Jlu ijnalcd acreage of rapc.srH, million, u'onld he per cent 1971. Iml still (j7 pel- lent liipher lhan Ihe IDi'iii-71) average of 2.1 million acres. The expected decrease Is n per cent for Manitoba, 40 per ccnl for Saskatchewan, and 3C per cent for Alheita. Intended soyhean acreage of aercF, all of which is in Uniario, is unchanged from last ear. HAT rcn-can- adn has enleierl the internation- al feed grains market in a big way and sluiuld remain in it. Olio Lane, minister in charge of the Canadian Wheat Board said here. Mr. I.anK, speaking lo a Uni- farm local meeting, said Ihe federal government has in- creased the initial price of bar- ley hy five cents this year. "This is an mdicrvlion of the importance ue atlach lo devel- oping our feed grains market." TOO I He said the p.venimc-nl has made a concerted effort to div- ersify Canada's grain exports. "Kir tno many years we uerc almost exclusively wheat-mind- ed." Mr 'aid Cnn.vJa export- rd 171'. million hushcH of barley las[ vcar and cxperls to sell moie lhan 2'iQ million hush els Ibis year. Canada can lake ad- vantage of this potential mar kcl only if larmers are willing )o rlevole ahoiil l.'j million acres to this year.'1 There is reason fur "consid- _ erahle optimism'1 on Ihe over-' aM outlook for grain exporls, he said. I rx< I.i'n in cortTi Wf r.-prd In red I 3 v I's ;ili !imr expfirl i-crnrd oi millinn hnsbcls liy a signifi'-iinf (he rnin- isler saifl. "Our largcf is sno million hu- Fhels." Changes must he made In Ihe grain handling system if it is to t aceninmndnlo such large ship- ments effeclivcly hut it is "un- realistic" I" we TRUCKLOAD Just Arrived at Woolco! A Complete Selection of ORNAMENTAL TREES for your yard! Choose from: Pyamfdcil Cedar Siberian Cedar Global Cedar Savin Juniper Mint Juiep Juniper Green Phirzer Golden Phitzer Tamurix Juniper Andorra Juniper 0 Grey Owl Juniper 8 Hetz Juniper Arcadia Juniper Mugho Pine c Colorado Biue Spruce ALL AT ONE SPECIAL, PRICE each Visit Our Garden Centre mid check our complete selection of yard and garden tools, sheds, fertilizer, peat moss, bulbs and rose bushes ALL AT Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m, 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;