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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TMI LITHMIDOi HEKAID Soturday, July 28, E ATO N'S PUR fueir Great buys on beautiful furs! Week-Long Sale Waiting for you now at Eaton's our exciting Travelling Fur Sale. Magnificent furs all backed by Eaton's guarantee "Goods Satisfactory, or Your Money Refunded." MUSKRAT PANT COATS young ond twingy! In natural Musfcrot, trimmed with Opossum or Roctoon. semi- fitted styling. qer AA 4QQ AA Siies 6 to 20.............O33.UU )0 ViJ.W With Blue Fox trim 569.00 RICH CANADIAN MINK in notural shcdes of pastel, pearl, demi-buff end dork roncK Semi-fitted 11QC AA end boxy styles. Sues 8 to 44 ___ II J.VU THRK-OUAKTER LENGTH MINK COATS. Sixes 10 to 44 1095.00 DTIP CHINA MINK COATS 'dyed Closvt. ele- gant coots with easy styling, shawl or notrri collars. Soft pastel shodn. 7QC AA Sizes 16 to 18 DYED CHINA MINK PANT COATS (dyed Semi- fined style in diagonal cot. Dark pastel trimmed with dyed Raccoon. ,595 00 MUSKKAT AND IEATHEX COATS excitingly different coots and pant coots. In natural or silver blue Muskrat. 349.00 te 549.00 BEAUTIFUL MUSKHAT COATS in fined, semi-fined end roiuol styles. Show) or notched collars, belted er unbelted. Aborted natural shades. OOO AA Sires 8 to 40 OTT.WU MIWC-TMMMED MOUTON IAMB ooet with casual bock fullness, tailored sleeves, natural Mink teller, lined with satin. Dyed brow. Sizes 8 to 40 269.00 Shop Eaton's Monday a.m. to p.m. for Great Fur Buys Rvy line 328-8811. Use your Eaton Account. Credit Terms Available Underworld money brain beats tax rap MIAMI (AP) A federal court jury has found under- world figure Meyer Lansky not guilty of income tax evasion. The ailing Lansky, 71, was not in the courtroom as the jury returned the verdict Wednesday after nearly four hours of delib- eration. Lansky, a reputed financial brain in organized crime, was found not guilty on all three counts in the government in- dictment accusing him of evad- ing taxes on gambling profits. He was charged with one count of conspiracy to evade taxes and two counts of filing false returns in 19S7 and 1968. Lansky, now staying at Miami Beach, underwent open- heart surgery earlier this year. Defence Counsel David Rosen said Lansky next faces trial in Las Vegas. Nev., in September on charges of having a hidden interest in the Flamingo Hotel. Lansky is free on bond pending appeal of a one-year jail sen- tence imposed earlier this year for criminal contempt. RESEARCH CENTRES The research branch cf the Canadian government employs more than 1.000 scientists at about 50 establishments across Canada. Wheat acreage shaics increase Alberta fields Hooded Victor Nikifcruk, a farmer in the Two Hills, area, wades through his fields flooded by the Vermlltion River, swollen by recent heavy rains. An estimated acres in the area are drenched. Mr. Nikiforuk alone has lost about 350 tens of hay and doesn't know how he will feed 200 head of cattle. OTTAWA (CP) Canadian farmers seeded 24.7 million acres of land with all classes of wheat this year, an increase of 16 per cent from the 1972 fig- ures of 21.3 million acres, Sta- tistics Canada reported Friday. The figure is 27 per cznt above the 19.4 million acres planted in 1971 but below the average of 25.8 million acres planted in the 10 years 1962-71. The statistics agency, which compiled figures from a survey of seeded acreage in June, said much of the land shifted into wheat was taken out of sum- merfallow. The summerfallow acreage is 25.2 acres, 12 percent below the 1972 figures. In the Prairie provinces, where most of Canada's wheat is grown, acreage is estimated at 24.2 million, an increase of 16 per cent from last year's 20.8 million. National barley acreage moved down slightly to an esti- mated 12.3 minion acres, two per cent below the 1972 esti- mate of 12.5 million acres. Oat acreage increased by seven per cent to 7.7 milh'on acres. ACREAGE DOWN Rapeseed acreage decreased by four per cent to 3.2 million acres. Rapeseed is grown com- mercially only in the Prairie provinces. Flaxseed acreage increased by 10 per cent to 1.4 million acres from the. 1972 level of 1.3 minion acres. Soybean seedings increased by 17 per cent to a record of acres from last year's level of acres. This in- crease is 68 per cent larger than the 1962-71 average. Canada imposed export re- jstrictions on soybeans, rape- seed, fkxseed and their prod-, ucts June 29 after a simi'ar. move in the United States prompted by a world shortage i of protein products. j Oilseeds are used in the auction of begetable oil and other food products. Soybsans are used in livestock feed. OATS HIGHER The area seeded to oats is 7.7 million acres, seven psr cent higher than 1972. In the prairie provinces the oats acreage is 6.3 million acres, 11 per cent larger than 1972. AH provinces except Quebec and Ontario showed increases in oats acre-- age while Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia stayed the same. Rye acreage is almost the same as 1972 at acres. Fall seeding of rye were down slightly but spring rye acreage increased by one per cant. Total area seeded to the 17 spring-planted crops is esti- mated at 54.4 mi'lion acres compared with 50.7 million acres in 1972. Total acreage of UK 17 spring-planted crops plus winter wheat, fall rye, tame hay and summerfallow is 94 million acres compared with 93.5 mil- lion last year. DEALERSHIP OPPORTUNITY NEW MIRACLE COATING! Replaces Paint en ANY SURFACE Join the worldwide successful team of "ASBESTEX" dealers. "ASBESTEX" is a product of the "OLD" QUAKER PAW CO." (Estab. "ASBESTEX" has had 40 yean of field testing and is guaranteed for 20 yean, with a life expectancy of up to 30 years. "ASBESTEX" means "NEVER. PAINT if No experience it required, however, .seme management ability is an asset. if Education not as important as ability and willingness to absorb new ideas and make yourself finncially secure for life. is in'the S-fiaure bracket. if All training in application of "ASBESTEX" and it provided by factory-trained personnel with a continuing and guaranteed program. Guaranteed return of capital investment through override discounts. if You must make money or WE BUY BACK YOUR DEAUfe SHIP. Applications ore invited from serious-minded individuals or companies who would like to get in on the ground floor of this amazing and rapidly expanding busiriessi Investment Required White (or Notional Merchandising Director Old Quaker Paint Co. (Canada) Ltd. 413 Hillside Ave.f Victoria, B.C. Phone 3144731 JAYCEES CONGRATULATE BAR OF GOLD WINNERS! Liberals still jilted savs Roche OTTAWA (CP) The West- ern Economic Confer e n c e, which ended Thursday in Cal- gary, showed the federal gov- ernment "doesn't have the goods to back up the D o u g j Roche Stratb- cor.a) told the Commons Fri- di.r. He said Prime Minister Tru- deau went to the meeting with a pile of documents that said link- except that Ottawa was looking after the west. "Various ministers than took turns lecturing the premiers in a condescending manner." Mr. Roche, who said he was one of a group of western MPs sent by the Conservative Patty to observe the conference, main- tainod tJiat Ottawa's wooing of thi West was not reciprocated. "The Liberate are as jOted today in the West as they were last Oct. 30 and the reason is plain. The one tiring the western premiers sought above al1 else was p7edse1y what thev faiksj ,to attain namely a a.- titode by Ottawa toward the WINNER RECEIVES CHEQUE Pictured above, from the left is Jo-Anne Christie, Jaycees Bor of Gold Queen? Barry Mothews, Bar of Gold Chairman; Mr. William Honchuk of 113 19m Street North, lethbridge, winner of the final draw worth ticket number 413 and Val Ross, Bar of Gold Princess. DAILY WINNERS OF DRAWS WERE: Monday-Sonic f. Dwdnyk Tuesday-John Ufly Wednesday-John Bayen THANKS LETHBRIDGE! Simpsons-Sean) Reward Shoes Rilcy and McCormiek Madeods Jean Jungle Solly Thwnday-Ken Kent Bmga Swluiday Enen Rossi Kresaee Fashion Two-Twenty FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Sweet Sixteen Coileae MaH Cinema lethbridae Herald CHEC Rodi. CJOC Radio CJOC-TV CFCM4V looms. Armoured Car Service ltd. ;