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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta May 13, 1970.- THE LETHBBIDGE HEBAID 21 Last Durum Wheat Cheques In Mail OTTAWA (CP) Otlo Lang minister responsible for the Ca nadian whcal board, told the Commons Tuesday that final payments for I868-G9 durum wheat will range between 34 cents and 1C cents per bushel across the grades. Mr. Lang said the payments were mailed to farmers Tues- day night. The minister told Albert Bruce Douglas [hat durum would continue to be considered as wheat under the government's acreage reduction program, since there is enough o[ it in stock "for several years." Sclireyer In Favor Of OnePPE WINNIPEG (CP) Manito- ba Premier Ed Schreyer said Tuesday he always has [avored the concept of one prairie prov- ince. Bui, he said in an interview, the formulation of actual ar- rangements for a merger of the three prairie provinces woidd be extremely difficult. "ft is almost impossible to be Mr. Schreyer said. "We already have an indication from the Premier of Alberta that he is not really prepared to be serious about it." The One prairie province idea, is the subject of a confer- ence in Lerlibridge. Mr. Schreyer said he believes one prairie province would re- sult in a stronger bargaining position at federal provincial conferences. Mr. Douglas asked whether the government would considei placing durum in a category with oats, barley, rye and oil seed in that there was a "con tinning demand" for it. Mr. Lang said there were no accurate figures on how mud wheat will be sown in the Wesl this year but the estimates were declining every day. Mr Lang's office said tiie av eragc durum final payment wi! he 26.3 cents a bushel, with L low of 1G.8 cents and a high of 34.1! cents The payments represent the difference between the initial price paid and the total pay mcnt received on the sale o[ Ihe grain after handling and selling costs are deducted. Mr. Lang announced March 5 that a surplus of about on the durum wheat account would be returned to farmers as a Imal payment. There will be no final pay- ment lor wheat, oats and bar- ley. Swept To Death Over U.S. Falls NIAGARA FALLS. NY. (CP) David Finitz, 11, of Niagara Palls, N.Y., was swept to his death over the American Falls when the raft on which he was playing got caught in the cur- rent. Rescue efforts by two com- panions and three Niagara State Park police officers failed. The boys were playing on Goat Island, 1% miles above the falls, when they fomid the wooden raft. David was alone on the raft when it was caught by the current. The body has not beeu re- covered SOUVENIRS OF LETHBRIDGE PINS EARRINGS KEY CHAINS TIE CLIPS PRICED FROM SOC JACK II ll'i In Town It's DOWNTOWN dl SANDY'S JEWELLERY "304 on tho Second Floor to Sarvi You More" UPSTAIRS of 304 5th St. S. PHONE 327-4625 RECEIVES MOON ROCK Prime Minister Trudeau, foreground, holds a stand containing four pieces of moon rock imbedded in lucite (bulton-like figure at lop of stand) and a Canadian flag that accompanied the -American astronauls on the Apollo 11 on its flight lo the moon. The moon rocks, a sample of those brought back from thai flight, were presented to the prime minister in Oltawa by Adolph Schmidt, left, American ambassador lo Canada on behalf of President Nixon. MPs Claim Names Forged OTTAWA (CP) Three MPs said today their names were forged on passes that allowed vomen demonstrators seeking abortion on demand to get into sections of the Commons galler- es reserved for guests o[ Mi's. Ambrose H. Peddle (PC- Grand Falls-White Bay-Labra- Jack Cullen and Gordon Ritchie ihin) all claimed that they did not sign cards used by demon- strators to enter the Commons galleries. The women forced a 30-minute halt in Commons pro- ceedings Monday by snouting and chanting and some chained themselves to gallery seats. Mr. Cullen said it appeared that the same handwriting on some cards bearing his name appeared on cards bearing the names of other MPs. The Uthbridge Herald INVITES YOU TO USE THIS HANDY GROCERY SHOPPERS' LIST Check the Grocery Ads on pages 5, 8, 9, 13 and 23 of Today's Herald Bladei Baking Baking Cream Baking Toilet Aids Napkins Product Tissue SUPPLIES Cooking Corn Supplies Evaporatod All Pins Tissue V Salad Dressing CANNED Wrap Plasfic Wrap Mayonoise Salt Shoriening Spieei Brown Icing Sugar-White Fruits Fruit Cocktail Fruit Juicei Asparagui Beans Corn Mixed Canned Fish Canned Poultry Canned Meal Carbonated Beverage! Crarkers Syrup Cereal Sausage Turkey Veal Wieners DAIRY PRODUCTS Butter Supplies Lfqhl Paper Bags Laundry Soap MODS Pnils Nankins Picnic Supplies Vinegar PRODUCE Apples Bananas Cantaloupe Grapefruit Pumpkin Spinach Tomatoes Tomato Vegetable Juicei BAKERY (cookmg) Instanl Item! Ciaarellec Pet Foods Fruil Gelatins or Jam Macaroni Eqqs Margarine Sour Cream Ice Cream Milk HEALTH and BEAUTY Shoe Polish Wax Paper Window Cleaner Wax Water Softener OTHERS 1 Headache Another Public Service by The Lethbridcjc Herald 516 3rd Ave. S. Across From Gall Gardens Next lo Bank of Montreal SHOP and SAVE ON THESE and MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE SECOND ANNIVERSARY 3 DAY SELL-OUT SALE SALE IN EFFECT: THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May 14, 15, 16th! THIS WEEK ONLYI OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 TABLE Odds Ends Sale.... PILLOWS Sale BAGS Regular 12.95 Sale SHIRTS Reg. Sale RACK MEN'S JACKETS Reg. 57 Sale WRANGLER JEANS Reg. STOCK MEN'S SWEATERS ReD. 1" 12.95 Sale 1 RACK BOYS' NYION JACKETS Reg. 4.95 DRESS FLAIRS CASUALS ReS 12.9S Sale PERMA PRESS WESTERN SHIRTS Reg. 10.95 Sale RACK MEN'S SUITS Reg. 69.95 Sal. SHIRTS Reg. 3.95 TABLE BOYS' BRAND NAME WRANGLER JEANS Reg. Sol? RACK BOYS' JACKETS Reg. 6.95 Sale ____ STOCK BOYS' SWEATERS Reg. lo .'3 LADIES' t GIRLS' SWIMMING SUITS Reg. >o Sale PITCHRIDER JEANS, Perma-Presi Reg. 3.95 4.50 Sale.... SWEATERS Reg. Sale -DOUBLE BREASTED ALL WOOL Co-Ordinate Reg. 79.50 OO.95 SALE AND GIRLS' JEANS SLACKS 4.95 Sale SKIRTS JUMPERS Reg. 4.95 5O Sale AND GIRLS' KIDDIES' SKI JACKETS Reg. 8.95 SO Sale ALL WOOL SUITS Some Double Breasted Reg. 39.50 IP 99.50 Sale....545 1 TABLE LADIES' SHOES Wranglers Reg. 3.95 3-6x. 4. SPRING DRESS COATS Reg. 7.95 3-ox ALL WOOL HARRIS TWEED SPORT JACKETS Reg. 49.50 4 T.K. RUNNERS Reg. 4.95 SWEATERS Refl. AND GIRLS' SUMMER COATS Rtg. 19.95 DOUBLE BREASTED PERMANENT PRESS TOP COATS Reg. 39.95 S4 f Sale Sale Sale ;