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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Y. JUNE 1946 SENATOR A. D. McRAE PASSES IN OTTAWA rrrrft-WA tieth century by sell- Conservative iic'orr in the general! of 1830. a Chinese Reds Table Proposals TROOPS ox THE MOVE t! Monty's Canadian Tour Is Outlined "-ess) heepaai today after TSK sporadic illness. -rears a saa.'or in west- em Canada, he died of internal beiDOiTcases of me stomacii liver accccnpansea a serio'js blood ooncitiori. came sjn, CAT, a "ireet JE a sistii vac- 1 senate. Ssstj-sie of 90 seats are feelc by 25 by Progressive Ces- nme. Senator TI-S banker, colsmsr, aai pobUKan. but fca rnstes remember luaa -o, powers of promouon anc or- ganization. Taev remember as iSan xnlim? to gapole on a NANKING, June 26 re- i liable source saia the Chinese --------iiac given Gen. George proDosal for the re- of the Cimese armies. __.. they had agreed rah ______ government leaders on rao other outstanding of hostilities and restoration comm-! nicanons. I Tne new Commim-st proposal was i understood to be a J demaEdt, mciuce a requtre- j ment that the Communists e j ctrtam strategic areas in Ncrtn Crssa. Ta Pao, neirepaoer of tne extreme Kuommtang Chiangs Ns- i tional partj> a-ng. claisiec the Communist plan made these points- 1. Array reorganisation shoalG be limited to Manchun3. 2 All areas Loerated bv tee to remain In Com- fix- C ON fc i CALGARY. Jane Pield j i Marshal Montgomery is es.pectee. to visit Calgary early ta September and Vjai- in ihe course of his tour of Can-1 njarstjaj 35 expectea m Halifax about Aug. 25 and ounns his tnp he u ill the Qae- Montreal. Ottawa, Kingston Twister Patients Are Recovering 'In U.S. HardCoal __. -wAwwrvrvrrw j Price increases aieragnsg 91 cents a. ton for bard coal -aere 'REGAINS SIGHT THEN BECOMES BUND AGAIN KIRKCALDY. FifesMre, laad. June Three weeks Hennesy bumped into f price offset -aase boosts after 22 years Then last Sunday he wind again as he so church. portation into Of Sma" reception and souvenir ssememo to be present- er ny'the GRAIN PRICES dressed, grade A S21.59. grace El 3. The to retain their bold on certain North ChiDs. itrons- hclcis seaports. associates in tiie Company tne j-ears of the ilze f jve to one civtsions provided by the pac: of Pesmarj 25. You Vent Away JOSEPH COFFIN WWYWOOUZf BWfmKfiF ROBERT WALKER STARBRIGHT m Color ESTIMATING A-TEST SENATOR A. McRAE creased the pop-elation some 250003 persons. WAS MAJOR-GENERAL He -aent to BntiMi in 1937, orgaiuzed lu.ocrtsnt sna fisnns nnrs became an imoortan; "lane-owner Dunns the ____ First Great Wsr he rose to become Quartermaster-general of Canadian C.S.S. APPALACHIAN.! forces overseas as a as to ana Inter leaned to the onus- ooerauon Crossr government to organize tne minii-; irv o: information uncer Csnacuan-; bom Lore For msJ trsruase ser-. ice he Once leaser of t On the Winnipeg gram ex- change gave an erratic display :o- O2v due partly to an tmeontirrrKd rumor that the eichanse would take acsion to limit tradmg in rve Weak- ness in Chicago oats also contrib- uted to the fall. 2Jaximum gains scored in the eariv trade in all three defer- red months, out these suhsti- JJTP nsar-maxi- losses in the last hour of me ____a. scored a new all-time high pnce at S314 but cicsed at 07.' October and Dacemoer both scored seasonal highs A wave of sellms toward the close or brought the prices all dovm. In the export market. bushels of uheat -a ere sold, most of to the United Kingdom for distribution, and a to UNRHA and Malta. CASH PRICES OATS 2 CAV. 2 CVT. 51s-: ex 3 CW. 51S: eiL 1 feed 1 feed 51s-- 2 feed 51 :s. 3 feec i "CW 337" 2 307: 3 CW "302: rej. 2 C.W. 247; 4 C V. 255: track 307. Screenings S12 90 Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO. June ex- pansion "m offerings of casa oats by the country brougn: selling into 'utures todav" Fnces dropped as while gaimns his greatest much as two "cents a; one time with the triumph of the Benner. 7n ail deliveries except July oreaking Dvemment at the national poils. i when the CA5IPAIGN are completed, ana only then. He crssirzec that successful casa- j sadi Sscsl information be forthcoming. resorted were' Cattle ,-----iso. shee? ane._ irom vesterdaj >f canle. i jrLANs tario town, struck: Sloncay by aselteu The cents average in- MONTGOMERY, Ala- June 26 short-ln-ed -twister" that caused crease on soft coal granted last; (av-waviag the banner of the damage in the hundreds of tnou- Friday affects ineustrial users i "common laboring a 35-year- sands of collars. primarily. j cotton mill employee and former The 12 hospital patents iajiired HIGHER SCBSIDV HERE shipyard entered the race -eported "cojng" OTTATSTA, June i for the United States Senate _----- i ifczii iiui. the paign. Ruddy-facec -e price Canadian householders pay Union Springs qualified for their fuel. Coal Controller K. J. date in me JJily 30 storm we and he Isimber-lfiden story of the siorm CANADIAN STOCKS CBv James Richardson and Sons' Ooen Close' 19 31 fleizr by stself. Aa Ctatario service plane, ssoored in the v. date m me Jiily 30 Jrjaunng today. i primary called to choose a Coal purchased for domestic con- jOr the unespired term 01 .__ H. Lieino- aad the latest increase be ab- :d by a hsgher subsidy Can- imports between and ena-. cratic nomiBanon is equivalent to Abmbl Asbestos B. A. Cc! Inc. Alcohol 19 31 service plane, ssoored in the Saia> between and ----H by ropes attached to bsicys. toes of American aathra-j held airborne at the ropes