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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 Circling the Earth at Miles Per Hour Possible, Says Glen Martin OTTAWA, TnissJTi and as Glen aircraf' dress _____steo. here. i The ability to bsnid planes -which trould fly faster than the speed of bad been known fcr Truce Party Hies To Mukden GREAT WINTER WHEAT CROP IN :U.S. FORECAST "We can build planes -ah-ch will at 1500 as iioar he said.' "Cte- only trouble is :o see hotv can land them, bj; uas rs tine wiTl be ironed There no ise "fooling: our- and sesennsts hsc to think of the nexi v.-ar. he said I: v.o'ula be a war of missies rockers in letups and guns would nothing Tfcere may be a plane Sounds Warning Get New Licenses For Cars April 15 AprJ II Sc- mand ciii secre'srv of Alserta. poj.ce nil; be asaec to so haie r.o: :ne-r license oLaies by "5 OrJv 40.000 pistes. fe-Aer asif" t-se of mo'or in the province. been since en sale March IS- troops corned in tne Manc-r-inan i Anctcer Central Agencv cispateh. from '_su.g arullerv fire against s. 4-nnle stretch, of tne rose iiere destroyed and traffic April The United States agriculture de- partment reported that a winter sea: crop of bushels is mdieatec on the basis of conditions 1. estimate compared -a.th last ear's aumper u inter -a heat crop of SC3.177.000 btisnels and a 1535-44 average of SIS.OIS.OOO bushels, "stocks of sneat irora previous amount represented 18.2 per cent of the record 1S45 crop. Wheai stocks on farms on Jan. l EDMONTON MAX WILL KETBESEXT teis year totalled 36S.S20.000 bushels. A >ear ago there -a ere bushels, or 45 per ceas of the 1944 i crorj. stocks for tne 10-jear period averaged bushels or 21.2 per cen: of the crops. The deoanment reported ihal the condition" of rje on April 1 was 88 per cent of r.orraal. compared wish 91 per cent a ago and mtfa 76 per cen: for the 10-jear The jnoicated of winter Tarneat ser acre was incLcased at 160 bushels, conssared 174 las: -AT.r- Z26 for ihe 10- year a'verase. BRITAIN I EDMOXTOX Apri" T. (Biilj McGruther of Edmonton, j presides; of the Civil Service Asso- ciatioa of Alberta, -anil represent the Trades and labor Congress of j Canada at the annual meeting of t the British Trade Union Congress this summer. Carl Berg, vice-presi- j deni of the announced Wednesday. The meeting is schecl- uled for August sud probably be held at Blackpool. li HATPV TO QUIT ATLANTA. April is M-ith the greatest of pleasure that tve bid good- bye to oar tne departing swjns editor. He gave up bis job on "The edited by and for inmates of Use Atlanta Fed- eral Penitentiary. COMP1A1X OF P.O.W. LUMBER CA3UT YAXCO57VER, Aprd Harold Pritchett. district president? of the International Woodworkers of America, said last j that be has received a wire from: interior" representatives of the I.W.A. stating that German prisoners o'- a-ar are being employed at water. B.C., la preference io local laoor. Mr. Pritehett said be has asked Defence Minister Abbott for. a full mvesugatsoa into the matter. ai u and at be- MAKE 2 IB. BUTTER No Imports For INTO 1 LB. SPREAD Edmonton Club rhe v.i" confer fere ilukcen. are Liea" -Gen. Al-.an C Jr. suobms for Gen. ho exiyvtee to to China soon and Government Gen. Cmn Teh-Chun, Lowering of British Wheat Stocks To Supply Europe's Needs Discussed WASKIXGTOX. April zi. her docks to coun.nes rcost desper- The of atelv in need of it tnis of British 'siheat stocks to supply Bitisn officials also feared that urges: neeos :n Europe w-as cis- request might be made to _ caused by the combined food board. Canadian supplies on ivhich Howl A bufiir ttttkMpstrai kettirflaYV DELICIOUS BUTTER SPREAD IK braid, tost and aadwfcbss 1. ASiow i Sx {1 ,'or ofeo- to FOSTA3LV 3 hear. Add -a H co.d water; K-T Qsaody tar few seconds Let t I0 Ja (If ad Better CcCor b act in In Rugby Loop Bares Masquerade Of Woman as Man Britain raainly and possioly 10 cut, down on present shi te demand made by i to India. La i Agnc-olture Minister Gardiner it "Ras learned The meeting hoSirs dis- cussing Florello EDMOXTOX. executive of the Foot- ball Cluo has ceciced that no "im- cris" be carried 3" the cl'J3 in a team to enter Western Canaoa League competition next season. The cliio be run on a strictly co-operauie sasis. is oersg administered the olayerjs. iram- ers coscnes. Gerry Sesright and M. I. -a ere appoint- ed club representatives to the Western interprovincia! Union nieeanz in Calgary April 21. Mr. Ileberman is presicent of the Sdmonton club snd vice-president of tne interpronncia! union. A name for the local entry nas not yet been cacsen. ana the public be sskea to suggest names. AURORA. 111. April 11. srct-ecutor a keen memory j sa-d r.e had penetrated the mss- of a noman who had oosed as a man for 10 years to jier i as an engineer easier. Joan Petersen. assistant state's, a-tcmev. said he identified "Henry. Paimer" York" as Mrs. HeJen Pal- sner York. 3S. when she appeared' m court on a conduct charge. Mr. Petersen said he nad uitn ner on engineering IS vears ago Mrs. York Tjras cnarged -aith ois- orcerly conduct after police said she caused a dtsturoance in a net- j pirai ohere her hiisband. Kar2. also an engineer, -sas oeiag treated tor pneuaaotva j Mr Peiersen said Mrs. York had' posed as her nusband's -laopted son, i she and her husoand agreed that such a masquerade is-ould make for fetrer problems in her 35OOOO ions of grain for U-X eci stocks of cereals would The is that Britain be exhausted r.t tne end of the ship some viheac fromi present, crop year. Barrs Pledged LEFT HAND CORNER Dairy Herd To (Continued from Roat Pagej fee. cups a dav. he answered. llre the home ed coffee s. -If helps.' Niw WartbM ftr imots ist Kjun bvtfcr !ngi for triRing extra cctt- Eoy to (Miaous. to ipnad. Get Htuxft ct er far sihtr rcdpw. 'JUNKET Cfcr. Icfacrolcty, Toronto, Ccr.ads RENNET TABLETS Wheat Champion To Sow Reward With Eye on Title EDMCCTTOX. April !iam Miller of Edsionton, world I whea.; champion, plans to a l sample of the j j strain won the Trorld atle for j bun at the Chicago mtexnanonal 1 i ecposiuon in Monday in the hope of defending his title sue- -RTASHIXGTOX. April 11. cessfully next, fall when the ex- i John It JJewis and a United Mine posuon resumes after a trartinie -v-rorkers committee -Brali-ed cut lapse. AVednesdav on irege negotiations As 3. secondary effort In the cca! oaerators and ihreat- spnng irheat class, Mr. Sliller has been developjog a sample Dins wheat for the las; ias-. IfJ1 spnag The TJAI.W. president has pu; the aged 68 S pounds to_the_ ousheL A aad eafejT conditions ai ins Lewis Threatens Stay Away From Coal Negotiations GREATER TOKOXTO vToronto In the excnequer court at Ottawa the other cay. ilr. W- H. Bcsle'..! Torunio realtor, referred to Toronto i as "a city of SCQ.OOQ." Mr. Justice Thorson answered wiih tne obsen-j ation thai the real population is j Mr. Bosley explained that. he was reiemng to Greater Tor-, onto. Mr. Thorson was probably not far wrons with his estimate of the pop- uiatton svithin tne city limits The assessors last year found in j municipal Toronto, and their popu- lauon count is no doubt low. Mr.] Boslev was being conservative when j he gave as Greater Toronto's I; is over on; i r the rune 1 of Frank ness. C. J. Laborer, told Crown Prosecutor C S. Blacchard. H.C.. in court as Barrs" trial for the j murder of Thomas continued. i Mr. Laooret identified a note made to him by Barrs for the amount, pledging his dairy herd and milkms machines in event the sum was no; paid. He admitted that, though the note was dated Feb. 2. 24. Tne cue date was Feb. 25. He bad no; jet, received payment, ne admitted. He also knew the herd had been pledged against another note of Barrs. made to a local bank, but te the value of the herd :nt to coier both notes, he told Mr. Biaachard. He had seen an axe around Barrs' bam before the fire but; did Mr. I pared with a normal 60. Ko, the world has not gone dance crazy, i; may be a step. ttle out of made m negotiations on a new con- tract, to end the IQ-day shutdown m the soft coal pits. TC c. Adams, unton spokesman, told newspapermen i delegation fo'und it. Greater Toronto is usually con- i______________________________ sidered to cocsist of tne city and, fin or part) twelve oher mu- go TRUSTING OF STRAXGEKS mcipaliues. Tne assessed population j (vr. L. Clark, in Windsor Star; of the grouD as ascertained in 194a 15 as follows: Toronto, 681.802; East Tork Korth York Twp.. 2S.4a2: Scaroor- oueh Twp., Stobicoke Twp., 22635; Foresr Hill Village. the i Toronto. "useless and ?oei ij-s hard to be sympatnenc to- j ward the chap uho gets into gambl- TorS Tvrp.. ing games total strangers and J fines he nas lost ail nis casn. iBNHY- i hopeless' to continue negotiations j 'r "teu3 under resent conditions. "teu311' 1; Long j There was no immediate com- men; from tne operators Lewis also released s. statement In which he indicated tnal he expect- ed me operators to meet nts terms evenniaBv If the strike is prolong- ed. I These figures add up to S4o720. l Making allowances for ihe fact thai! portions of some of the lownsmos are not, uroan. tne population of j Greater Toronto is snll well in ex- cess of If we could really make both ends meet, we wonder if they'd recognize es.cn other. L Bat naturally it's Waterman's! And, who isn't all ears whea it comes to hearing about Waterman's wonderful pens for Easter giving! So trim, so so pen features Waterman's famous One-Stroke Filler, Inquaduct Peed, and Hand-Ground Point to give smooth performance for every hand! It's easy to see -why, when choosing a gift for or for Waterman's is the ultimate choice, lasting ia beauty and use. Your dealer -will be pleased to show yoa a wide Tariery in beautiful Pens priced as low as with Sets from and up. Tie Tsperitc with isetjtl band. Red, bloc. Hick, At 4U Matching Peoal (Prifti isflsufe Rone UGLY SCRATCHES VANISH: Right before yocr eyes, this polish brings radiant, new-looking beauty to even trie dullest furni- ture. And as you polish, ugly scratches in one easy operation! Give your furniture this way beauty treatment regularly. At leading st Mode by tHe Makers of English Wox Bake sweeter, tastier bread! use FLEISCHMANN'S Take the chap who was waiting for 2. tram. He fell into conxersa- oon with anotner chap, who was delighted to meet someone from the old home grounds. Presently tney met a third lad and oefore they knew it, they were matching coins. The firs; chap and his com- panion endea up by winning SoOO. only tne companion was holding the money. To shake the third man. the second chao suggested they separate and meet again at the depot, where they would divide the winnings. That was fine except that the chap carrying the money failed to show Another swindle _ on the cash rag- s' ister. People Tho let themselves get mixed ua in that sort of business almost "deserve to lose their shirts'. The landlord was making one! more attema; to collec; rent from i his tenant, a j After the tirade the poes spoke j tip: "Why. sir. you ougnt to pay me for livtng here. In a. few years' time j people will be looking up at this i miserable attic and saying. "That's j wnere Miller tae poet used to live.'" 1 i- "Well, they needn t wait all that time answered the landlord. "If you don't, pay me oy 11 o'cioci tney can say js tomorrow." TRIMMING IT (Counterpoint) j Vincen; Starrett, calls attention to an "intellectual game" indented by the late Dr. John Sampson, once lioranan at, the University of Liver- pool The trick of this cerebral, gymnastic is to take a famous poem and see how far you can boil it' down, "by successive i without fundamentally altering the original words or violating meter and rhyme. i The doctor's own prize example was the trimming he gave Gray's "Elegy written in a Country' The original runs: i lak ii ALL. ISK tsoAlsg added Ufa. borilc. Waterman's The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea, The plowman homeward wends his way, And Jeaies the world to darfcaess and to me, After a couple of cut-downs stanza reads like tins: the J i l The curfew toiii the knell of day, The herd winds o'er the lea, The plowman homeward plods his way. And Iea-.es the worJd to me. after a few more we come out with NO extra steps! Fleischmann's fresh retire Yeast goes right to work. Makes sweeter, finer bread! And makes It foster.' You can be sure of tender, smooth texture lightness delicious Savour every time! !F YOU BAKE AT HOMi, insist on Heischmann's fresh Yeast -with the familiar yellow label. It's depend- Canada's tested favourite for more than 70 jears. MADE IN CANADA And finaliv, strangulations, this: Dusk Herds See. Hinds scoot: Xot me. INTEKPRfcitU (Counterpoints) A GI sent home from India a handsome small rug. His phased family noted its curious inscription, Thev finally found someone uith the knowledge of Hindu who could translate it for them. Ke simply turned the rag to the reverse side. A certain shady oil promoter temporarily sojourning in a south- ern penitenuarv one cay found himcslf sadcepJy summoned to the warden's office. said the "'.hat you wort your number here fcy a particularly brilliant oil well prospectus." repsled the promoter "I'm afraid I painted a rather glowing picture of my proposition." explained the warden, "the gcnemor wants a report on conditions in this jail. I want jou to write it." FRIDAY SHOPPING STORE HOCKS: ajn. to pan. Saturday ajn. to 6 p-zn- Wednesday ajn. to 1 pjn. Jnforiuatjon Phone 3727. NEWS GREASE GUNS High pressure grease guns extreme working pressure easily developed. Mace from all steel with paris accurately machined; disappearing plunger handle for close -Aork, fitted with snap-on coupler. Gun Grease "Red Indian" gun grease In metal containers. 5-pound container ____ 59 C 10-pound container 25-pound container SO Hog Fencing Mace from heavy galvanized steel wire with strong clmcli- type locks that hold the uonght wires in position. Barbed bottom type. 26-inch, rod 32-Inch, OT -I rod ..................DlC Heavy Poultry and Garden Fencing Splendid for poultry pens or for gardeus Top and bottom wires ful! 9% gauge, upright and intermediate wires 13-gauge; 32 stays per rod; 48 inches high with 18 line wires and uprights spaced 6 inches apart. 10-ROD EATON'S IMPERIAL "AIRMASTER" WINDMILLS With Hyatt Roller Bearings EATON'S "Ainnasier" mills are buds to depend- able, feat-are: Hyatt Roller Bearings Thorough Lubrication Semi-Steel Cut Gears and Balanced Power Double gears of neis: timing stroke principle: lift directly over load carried equally by both gears; self-oUmg lubri- cation; Hjati roller bearmgs on wheel shaft; ball-bearing turn- table insures easy turning in and out of -Aind. 8-FOOT WINDMILL HEAD, Cash Price GALVANIZED STEEL 30-FOOT TOWER, Cash Price _ _______ Budget Plan Terms, in accordance -with Wartime Prices and Trade Board regulations may be arranged if desired. FARM FIELD GATES Sturdily constructed non-sag rigid gates with hmges. About. 43 inches nigh. 12-foot size, each 14-foot size, each 16-foot size, each EATON'S IMPERIAL HOG WATERERS A popular type of hog waterer for the busy farmer___Sturdily built with cast-iron at- tached to barrel or trough. Automatically fills and maintains an even Each- Basement >J BOYS' HATS Regular SL75 Each A worthwh-ie saving on smart wool felt hats in snap-bnm stjle with one-inch ribbons. Shaces of grey, green, broTn or sizes 6% to 7. Each Men's Jackets Smart zipper-front jackets with cotton corduroy front, xaj- on sleeves ana back, knitted wool collar, cuffs and waistband. Ray- on lining throughout. Brown, green or maroon sizes 35 io 45. Each......... Boys' Jackets Popular hip-length "bush jackets" in cotton corduroy with button front, notch collar, four flap pockets, full belt Green, brown or maroon sizes 10 io 18 Men's and Bo-ss' Wear EATOX'S, 3Tain Floor FOR LOUNGING OR EVENING WEAR- WOMEN'S SATIN SLIPPERS PRICED AT A RED OR BLACK An opportunity to save on those new slippers vou've wanted for eve- ning wear or to wear with that smart new housecoat J These have rayon satin vamps rtth open toes, low Cuban heels, instep strap fastening and leather soies. Sizes 5 to 9, widths A and C Second Floor WOMEN'S SOCKETTES REDUCED! Ecgnlar 39c Fair You'll wast several pairs of thess handy Jittle foot socks to wear later ort without stockings or now as stockirg savers Knit from natural-color cotton with elasticized tops Sizes 81s to 10S. Pair- Main Floor COTTON BATTS ABOUT 72x90 INCHES WHEN OPENED Here are t.iree types of cottor. batts for filling quilts, pillows, cnair pads and other household purposes Soft and fluffy, all of generous RIDEAU BATTS, 1-pound weight, each MONARCH BATTS, 1-pound weight, each RIDEAU BATTS, weight, each 39c 69c 95c STRIPED FLANNELETTE ABOUT 36 INCHES WIDE Cr.c-ice of pastel or carser shades offered in this group of flannelette for making cosy pyjamas ar.d gowr-s Softly rapped, it coa-.es in effective stuped patient. Yard.................................. Second Floor T EATON C WESTEWr-J BRANCH STORE ;