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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1046 Alberta Farmers Have Bushels Participation Certificates Truman and King Say Canada-U.S. CANADA PATS April itoremeet of Alberta wheat over- seas br way of Pacific coasi ports resulted In 42300.0CX> bushels being, unloaded at these ports since August. 1, 1945. the opening o; the current crop year. Trade Miruster MacKin- Bon said. Saturday. The niunster sale movement, of Alberta nheat. cy t the Pacific route has kept -K-ell up, to the high lolume m earlier pre- dicfons. In the period up to Ann! 12. a total of bushels o: Kta wheat has been moved. Pacific ccast. -This increment is irt its final stages now. only aoout 12.009.000 bushels si stable for ship- he ssui. Mr. said the Wheat Board hDpes to ship from Mbe-ta ele-satcrs down to mill arid local feed requirements snc less than csrlcad quantities before the deliveries of new crop begrirt. crop supplies oe I tc I Western arcxJucers have a real stabihzing influence in their futile operations ia the holding c' Canadian Wheat Boarc participa- tion certificates on the 1S43, ana 1S45 crops. -These participation certificates coi.er aoout 875 000 (XX) to 900.- 000000 bushels and viile the anrcusts payable on them are net jet known, parnient on the 1543 certificates -Rill begin in he said "The pavment on the three cross tiiil be a factor in farrn returns e-.er the next a great reservoir of revenue Of the 875000000 to bushels in'.ol-.ec. some 250.000.0CX) bushels came from Alcerta proGUcers this being about 23 per cent of the total g I Example To World its second contribution to the United Nations Relief and CHICAGO. April Rehabilitation Admmistra- Truman, in a message releas- 4> service chief, sometimes 1 a Japanese medal for "distinguished Oflly a lew of her Intimates could P-80 CLOCKED AT 506 MILES PEX. HOCK called the "Lawrence i chuna.' of ilaa- t During the undeclared Chinese- j Rapidlv gaining his confidence.! Japanese war around Shanghai in ter ficsf assigmnent, according to j 1932. the elusive princess appeared recognize her, for she usually yore the picturesque dress of a Manchu nobleman, with f lowtog gown, satin i tton, totalhng Saturcay by Kiwanis Intent- rector General LaGuardia aonat -aorM as a whole i announced. desperately neecs to profit" frosi i the esaoapie of Canadian-American: co-operation. Cti the eve of Hraanis Interna- tional's United States-Canada good will week April 21 to C7. the presi- dent exchangee greetings with Prune Minister Macfcenne King. Mr. Truman saia: "Between Canada and the XJnit-; ec States ir.ere been no let- co'a-n jn the spirit or the haoit of Urges Test Case On Right Take Pictures During Court Trials "WASHINGTON. April Martin Snath. United States army air forces oilot. 3en- a let-propeiled P-SO plane from New York to Washington Sunday in rec- orsi-breaking tune figured un- oSicially by the sir force as- 25 minutes and 40 seconds. The distance be- tween the two cities is 226 miles. His speed was unoSi- cialh estimated at 506 miles aii hour. North China.; the Chungking agents brose into about nuhtarj strength east and settled in Peiping to enjoy house and arrested her, Oct. of Lake reA-arded bv poxier her work had brought her. '1945- ___________ i G.B. WORKERS DOLAND >IOKE WAGES WASHINGTON Joseph Costa, as a whole casper- our pbosog- Konc American eiaasp.e. -aphers to take pictures at court Prime Minister aung termea the VS. Canacian relationship papers to proraote determine the ri; 2eT.els m ".ears.-------_. cepsndence on thCT, 1945 harvest for es'portaile he saie. j XKV CKOP IMPORTANT I "Rarel- has a sesr grain croo; bees seeded such deep an'_' widespread interest :n :r-s develop-, isent arc maturity. -Western srain producers have be-, eun seecuns of theu- crops sioature conditions gea-, -Slr'favorable. -snth prices at tne, highest level since 1937-33 and with' heavj- and ursen: oierseas--------- absorbing the last of tne stocks." said the minister. LONDON, April 22 (C.P. is looking with inirreasins anxiety at SSO.OOO ajrriculioral workers wliose de- mands for trase increases been twice rejected bv ihf cea- tral wajes board. The board trill once a sain hear the case Tuesday. The miainiuin_ for fariu workers now 5s 10 shillints i S15-55I a week and the powerful National Union of Workers is askinc that it be 10 shillings caamngly designed traps ana snares, as uell as by prtice dogs and speciaiJy trained white geese. When her father. Mar.chu Prin-e ccmmjttcd suicide after the fail Oi the Japanese dyr.astv m 3912 the 10-vear-oId to school in Japan dressed as a boy and using a DOTS name. She learned ju-jnsu. went on to TOK-VO acacemv. where she graduated at the of 29. The joung princess also is said to nave been insructed by Joi-Jiro Kawashima m the secret ritual of irauat'.on sr.to bushido" nhe an- cient. Japanese "spirit of Then the Blacs Dragon Socaetj" powerful Japanese secret orgaraza- tion with aims of con- quest, is said to have placed the princess in touch with Hsiao Han a pnnce m Mongolia where she spread Japanese influence. Later she was allotted a new task with Japan's Kuantung (Man- chunan> army, as pau-a Gen 1 Kenzo Doihara, famous Japanese STORE HOURS: a-m. to pjn. Saturday ajn. to C p-m. Wednesday ajn. to 1 p.m. Information Phocc 3727. TUESDAY SHOPPING NEWS EATON'S SYNTHETIC TIRES and TUBES FOR CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS Synthetic tires for passenger cars and light trucks should give reasonably comparable service with pre-war tires if run at 35 miles per hour, not overloaded and properly inflated__EATON tires offer the rugged gripping strength and scientific design of the proven Eaton Bulldog tread. Car Tires 4-Ply 6-PIy Tubes 3.45 3.00 3.65 440-450x21 525-550x17 Super Grip 16.45 475-500x19 Super Grip 525-550x19 17.15 525-550x21 16.65 625-650x16 22.50 6QOxl6 22.25 'Truck Tires 10-Plv '700x20 (32x6) 750x20 (34x7) 55.00 825x20.......................... 60.0O 4.25 3.30 Tube 8.10 9.25 Budget Plan Terms, in accordance with Wartime Prices and Trade Board regulations, may be arranjed if desired. EATON'S CAR B Eaton's auto batteries are -aeH-kncwn for long service and depenfi- HTY15 Bulldog Good quality cotton flannelette of medium fulb bleached to snowyjvhite- ness and softly napped on both sides. Yard MEN'S TROUSERS DONEGAL-TYPE TWEEDS Good-looking t r o u 6 c rs for casual wear Weli- tailarec 5rom Done- gal-type tweeas v.ith four pocseis, u- a t c h pocket, raffea or plain bottoms. belt loops Sand ana blue mfxtures sizes 30 to 40 36 Inches Wide COTTON IN COPEN BLUE COLOR Useful material for making kiddies' play togs, overalls, shorts or slacks. Woven from sturdy cotton yarns in a linene-like fin- ish. Should laun- der nicely. Yard Second Floor Men's Sweaters Sponv pullovers rrom yams in patterned stitch V neckline plain green color. Sizes small and large EATON BRANCH STORE O LIMITED Boys' Sweaters Penman's cotton and pullovers long sleeves and buttons at the r.ecthne. Maroon or navy blue In sizes 6 to 16 years. Men's and Boys' EATON'S, Main Floor NEWSPAPER! :WSPAPLRI ;