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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1946] If We Don't Gel WEST MAY HAR1 BIGGER WHEAT CBy AjLAX Canadian Press Staff "Writer) HEGDCA. April The trom.Lethbridge, greying, in tlie capricious of the and Trheai and she weaker, poshed back lus oearl-grey oat and said, "Wliat's goms ro happen to wheat this He leased back ia his chair anc "trhear. That's :he I: Tre don's ge; a crc? :his jear. God is- Help :he whole -aror-a for ths- So today. farmers across still brc-r; wxis cured grsss end stubole prepare a new conrnoutioa to the world's food pool, ihe quesnoa of the wes: is the question o; the none :OOG Eere from a suney c- prame centres a :iie answer as it appears this sprier aea granted that ann threshing use can charge aiasy things: Initial prospects seem better time it cannot be the complete I the problem of food lies in these -.vide lands, a hope ex- pressed with conviction bj the 1 drugstore man in Regxna. To this fros? the east he -Wheat' Say. s'-oulc see tne country from .sere scutX je_- SJ-. ngr.t :o the border as s -enms table, -ao-cer ianc :cr Pattern For India Has Been Found DSLHI, April 29 COLDER WEATHER U.S. Bureau Forecasts New Cycle April may be started oa a half-cen- j Special charts prepared recently unmistakably that, until the British csoine: a form- began for the United ula for Indian Iufcrmec sources vteisrec this ac- tion as an indication that one cf the cab-ne: minions rsai-; hurdles had been taken States, a- leasi. sbout years -This does nor mean that it wll treeze tins summer or tnat next In Toronto, E. Hewson of ihe DomiEioa jseteorolosical serv- see told The Canadian Press, he, doubted if an> one had direct and .-cow storms be ascre- authentic observations covering a cisblv than last." it added, long enough period to jnaie factual last is se tne hree praine procured 282.- 000.000 bushels o: -sneat. compared wth buscels in 1939 Spring has ccme earner. 10 :o three treeks aaeac of 1945. Alreacj. wheat acreage in southern Aicerts shovrs ereen, f-rs: to be in a land vnere prsme aen sa> ear.y seedirtg nteans early iiar-.est- 30A5T EXCEED ACREAGE Acreage may go beyond tne 22.- acres suggested by tne iec- erai government tor tvneat. farm leaaers r'-vr.'-? so. That -sro-jlci help Surope ana tney reason this Always wheat has been tne west s big crop. Spring nas conte Not in years have growers been .n such good imancia! snape. So tney are willing to eamKe, to take a chance and seecT summerfiliow to meet world food needs. Next year. they figure, might well be a dry Year. Cut acreage tcer> But while farmers talk of seeding summerfailow ianc, with vital crops, EO authority win hazard a on hew far they will exceed tne acres of wnea: Agri- culture aciLster Ga-diner holds best for the west in a "long range Death Ends Plan For Marriage Bv IAS5S I-EMSOW COPENHAGEN. Denmark. Xaaev Oaies Ee Mansn-i. gold mine heiress and Fit. Lt Joersen HcsoerK plsitned to marri alter eotamed dr.orces. ,s cf Edsbergs family Sat-jraa-., cJt- tneir shattered tne Danish-born K_A-F pilo" crasned to h-s deata last Moncs-.. Mr> daughter of the Sir Harrv Oakes. Canadian siijinate arri'.ed here bv Vcri Satiircav anc -a en- -o tne unclosed ot Sisbercr Fricsy in attended oy his sen and was a bov. "Grancoa is right." said in maintaining thai "the- need a much longer period than uere colcer and the snoa that if jou're going to talk about 1. An Irclan ur i defence, foreign affairs. cusiorM and communications 2 The to be ---_. into MoslttssKd non-Moslem Deeper he was young." 1 cjcles. I led for the" union. 1 3 imicn eo-. err men: to seso- i JO with :he Irdiar. states headed A-OXailCler DclVS bv ir: cue course the terms I on v. hich the siaies are to enter the- I union. of are is say particu-, Here have a record of observations covering ihe onjv the last 100 jears or so. and Better Soldier Than Painter LCXQOX. April P. j soldiers, sailors and airmen be the first British Commos-'AeaHh forces seen by 28 Japanese War Criminals To Trial TOKYO. Apn! Al- world formal-- chargec wartime Premier Hicek: and 27 other members cf 2 "criminal militaristic clique" with 55 counts in war- e-lines orcictments Charges induced cesths at Hong Kong. Pearl Karoor, Shang- hai ind the Phihppines. 1 Intercaaonal prosecutor Josepn B Keenan retarrec the detailed irsoictments to SE 11-power tri- bunal meeting In the sombre war mmatry DuCcms where trials will De hels Arraignment o Jaosnese lescers a davs. Canadian officials said Saturdaj patch that he was "glad I chose iered. stammered. drvp aacaor. sir." tie 23 wartime expected within s commander sen-ices are selecting 300 v battles Canacians to participate from men T sow in the United Kingdom. Cold-Blooded Slayer Guilty ui su3Dose it was ten tjoies j j J t. T uli jou Independents 1 O The' only ican ao inows is tne Gene ere the serious debt prob- lems of the drought years a-d same authorities say growers in many cases stend 100 per cent more fjn- snciallv sound in 1939. Some farmers plan, to pool eouia- ment, an old dodge in the Other districts fear farm-help shortages whtle elsewhere mscham- zation "tan solved that nrablem. LAND VALtES "CP iand values, boomirr, are up 50 per cent curing Tear years in some places. Best picture of position is Sassatchsvran, harness hit dur- ing the drought-depressios years Saskatcne'wau farm, aebts have been Tprinreri from. in mort- gaee and sale in 1937 is 1945 ilsrutooa and Alberta sco'sr the same trend. Alto- gether it seems a prosperous ready for great year. So the m this spring- International Rodeo Association Acnl The Hodeo of America and tne National Hodeo Associaaon merged into the International Rodeo Association SunCay and ap- pointment of a high vras authorized. The commissioner. Secretary Fred McCargsr of Sahnas. Calif. said. -sith tne Cowboy Hodeo Association and other cowboy asso- ciaaons to esnaad and develop thss -sreat; mtejncEnonal vics-presidcnis earned to the esecuuve committee mcliiae Jack of Caigary, Ala. Torse taan tn2 TV, V.-hat ___ymssK man strove despa-- j Meet On NoV. 16 inglv to ih'-'-r of sometmng __ At las: he trcisoerea: Ta I'd J SDMCNTOX Apnl 29. drop another anchor, sir." General convention o: tne Ince- COCHHAXS. Out.. April I Pound guilty of murder m the death of John Dabinsky, an inno- cent bystander snot: during a oack holdup at nearby South Porcunme las; Xov. 23, ilarcei Desserres Vas on Saturday remanded for sentence early this -treek. Desserres remained self-possess- ed when an assizes court jurv brought in the vercict in what the BCKES TO BE >IAKKIED A Bartiy bnck" renovated rsro-storey I on Winnipeg's north j ilam street collapsed, burying in the rubble an estimated S25.000 orth of ory goods c-sned by iL Staialoff and Sons, irholesaie joboers. one was m i w organi2a._ori -n p.o- _ viace. gagements. Ths Duke of Rudanc, who as 25, ______________ will raarrv 21-vear-oic -Gss Anne Cuaiming'Beil. of Yorkshire. OeilUlg "riCCS They met at a ball last year.; ISss Bell -svas a: school -vrhea Un reSH broke and. after -working at I ______ the office, joined a nursing j OTTAWA. Apnl sernce. i live Monday, retail nrice ceilings' j The Duke of Barland served dur- be estaoissced oa statea cuts i ing the -vrsr -Kith the crack Grena- of fresh, cured, frozen, smoked or j utim j jury for its attention j j through, five days" of trial ana saidt j "I do no; disagree the veroict, at vrsich. jou have j May Cut Bread SIGNED THE CONTRACT THAT CHANGED CANADA'S DESTINY WITH THB TP-EATT o? 1763 at Paris, the King of France signed over Canaxia and soni: other colonies to Great Briiaia. With 3. Canada. Life contract carefallj selected to meet your specific needs, yea can sign over to Canada's oldest life insurance compaay the risks aal "worries of providing future security for your- and your family. A Canada Life contract makes iz easier to save makes every dollar saved in this way do the -work of more than in ordinary savings ir conies to earning a. retirement income for yon after the age of 60 or 65- Besides, it guarantees protection for your family in case you shouldn't live that long. Ask your Canada Life representative to figure it out with you today. CANADA LIFE PATRICK: CROSSS BBCSSELS, April dier Guards. His home is ac historic cooked pork, the prices aoard an- Belvoir Castle. Graatnarn. He sue- nounced. ceeded..... The lanu, lady anv cuts wnich. are not j conSganiem; 'as the beginmrg of nest month vre shall have to make a further cut in tn5 bread ration tiro Said the covrboy: "iiy psrdner and I are taking a tnp through B.C. EASES CONTROL the desert nest week, ne's taking _ ______ along a gallon of lor, ON UQUOR SALES ana Duchess o: isuccieucn ana u. 01 j mam effect of this belt- tightening is not that the people but K go; so drv oat there a; one time some years' ago tha. after the fanners had sold fence posts in order to ge; tne last dollar the coUd, the city council of Medicin Hat V- a rainmaker by the name of E-tfield. ouflc a Uung that .g loosed like an oil derrick, aitnougn plnls to a customer. it noi so high, up mere he lit _ SCL a-i u-e j on black market. t eight in any quantity at eight cents (Ca- nadian each and when of- ficial potatoes are short at two cents a pound, they are always available on the black market at i ten cents. a fire and brewed some kind of i n stew; I do not what K i IVOTtnem rOStOY He was paid on the basis of -TI an inch and a half of ram or no- {LfieS, V CgreVllle thing. Ke lit this tni-ik he--------------- __________ was just cookme himself a cup of j VEGRSVTLT..K Alta., April coffee or someSiing cf tae kind ana paster to resi- Jnakes ReSIC in anv event thev aad a cents of many northern Alberta _ derful ram.' 1 districts for the last 35 and j Department Hatfield is stii: go-ng. Dora in father of Lt. Col. _W. _. San Diego a short time ago. when tne Loya. io- j VANCOUVER. Annl thev had that voung world's lair ?u" 21-veer-old Vancouver man, who and the coantrj was dry, they M! i claimed he had been living in a T- rcTom? him and he guaranteed two sacaes vegreviJe nospital Sa, of ram. They got seven mcnes and Ios everybodv in Sari was Hoooed OK.' Then they had to pay ban Aol- again to get it to stop Of course Mler graduating he he had nothing to do it. Jones: "That pawnbroker raised his hat to vour wife. Does he know Brown: "I presume he feels that he does; he has seen her picture so large Downtown department store for "several was captured last night after a 23- hour game bana of aetectives. The impromptu tenant, A. J. occuoKSi many pulpits in nortnem Kuchar- when he .-Joerta. came face to face witn tne janitor OX PONIES, LOSES NEW YORK. Apnl 29 i often inside the case of siy is-atch." 3 Benjamin." ear-old bus'.- j ness man. who District Attorney Frank S. said admitted los- ANOTHER BOSS-WORD Guardian) ing up to a da> at race On a less amus-cg of parha- was arrested Sunday on a Sanaa i. Forgetting it was Suncay, the janitor asked him :f he was trj- ir.g to find his way out, but Kuchar ran hid Kuchar told colice he had been living and sleeping in tne ouslding, but had not stolen _> beir.g held on a charge of vagrancv. and police say he may lubmitted to mental esanuna- m S on us as a new examo'.e of official months Mr. Began said Benjamin j T T -i English Its parliamentary secre- admitted the srsnnciing vJUClS 1 O tary rephed verj- stemiy, when some and said all the monev was lost at T "T1 D rasn member nad used "detxjiatir.g of it at the O OG "I cannot be responsible for woros The- attornev quoted Eenjfftnra as used by honorable members in saying the S4SOOO was the most re i questions. Obviously the word ever lost in one cav at the track, but I should be downpointmg h_s smallest bet "usually was S500 j It does not seem -x> obvious as Across the board or S1.500 on a all perhaps, on tne rsce. pnnaple thai anything the ooarci--------------------------- of trade says, as well as all the VETERANS OF TWO WARS things that -.t does, must .nevit- A "0OTCBLE BLESSIXG" j ably be rjsht, now we, know. In the case of cSothn-g cou- TORONTO. Apnl pons. is the only ans of the First Great official -version; "aepointing a Saiurcay night i vile and licentious -.agarv oniv used' heard Veterans Affairs Minister Ian 'by ill-informed private" members. Mackenzie sar that sn Cvinaca to-' in in .waryianu. to i As sheer jargon there does not cay "we have a double what then was Ijpper Canada seem to be much to choose between gallant ar.d thirfcing jourg gen-' m 1823 tnrougn the celebrated that "downnointing" eration ana o'-c xeterans still jour.g uncenrrpuna railway whicn had is lonser and looks a shade more enough to carry on with the 300 Its headaua-ters on .he Cana- uncouih than "deporaung of building a greater Canada oian side of the borcer at CKATHAM Ont. Apnl of Kent county's most famous structures "Uncle Tom's immortalized bv Har- riet Beecher Stofe. is to be sold. Few oeople hereabouts are aware that the farmhoose oc- cupied by the- onginal Uncle Tom. Hev Josiah Henson is lo- cated oil the farm of William Channle, a few miles from Breaden Mr Henson. born in sla-.ery A. W. ANDBJSON, C E LYNDE, O.E.E, GEORGE L BARRAaOUGH ONE DIES IN FIRE TEMPERYNCF. PUBLICATION WASHINGTON. Apnl Tom's Cabin' was based on his life. TOMORROWS FOR YOU AND YOURS MILE HOUSE B C The weeSlv "Clipsheet" of the Unit- i MaTlcoat S? ed States "Methodist board of tern- EISENHOWER TOURS PACIFIC died and Mrs H Sundmann perance, which promotea the cause badly st nortif'of" Vancouver." "settled no "WASHINGTON. Apnl rapidly it soon over- topped pine, exclaimed vine, "I've grown taller in one summer than you hcve in a hundred "Yes, that's replied the pine, 1 have endured the cold and heat for a hundred years! The first time there's a drought or a heavy frost, let's see what will happen to fabrics, too. Will they fade? Will they shrink? "Are they tubfast? In EATON'S Research Bureau, there a a bcffsry of machines for measuring the quality of EATON'S Own Brand fabric. The Lcunderomefer, testing washability; the artificial sunlight to dieck up on fading; the Cokxirimefer, measuring and grading subtle tones of colour. IT'S A FACT IT PAYS TO BUY EATON'S OWN BRANDS Bvikdak Women's 7lth shorts, skuts or slacks. Tailored in short- sleeved button-front style from smooth white cotton. Sizes 8 to 14 years. Each Jnvenile Second ELECTRIC TOASTERS Carefully constructed electric toasters that will toast two slices of bread at the same time. Chromium-plated for Ion? ser- vice. TVo stjles. Complete and Satin-Covered LAMP SHADES Attractive lamp shades in sizes from 6 to .19 in diameter for boudoir, table, bridge and trilight floor lamps. Eggshell, beige, xnne, blue, gold and satin coverings. Each- to Two-Light Ceiling Fixtures Modern up-to-the-ceiimg lis- tures in two-light style suitable for beorooms or living rooms. Ivory color fin- ish. Each EVTON'S, Third Floor "NEPRO MAID" ELECTRIC IRON WITH CORD Handsome modem irons, pre- cision built for appearance, per- formance and durability. Manufactured under the same production and inspection stan- aarcs as those reauircc on pre- cision instruments Stream- lined styJe. Complete with cord Floor. SUPPORT THE LETHBRIDGE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE For The CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY April 29th to May 4th Inclusive Lethbndge citizens are being asked to give their whole-hearted .mpport to the membership dnve for the Canadian Cancer Society whicn gets under way today This is your opportunity to help fight cancer by enabling the Society to carry out its carefully planned campaign! T EATON BRANCH STORE ;