Dec 19 1941 Wings awarded

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Dec 19 1941 Wings awarded - Air Minister Presents Wjngs To Pilots Here...
Air Minister Presents Wjngs To Pilots Here O'clock Edition Service. , Air Minister Power marked the second anniversary of the signing of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan agreement today by presenting wings to one ol the largest classes ox pilots ever grad uated from No. Z Service Flying Training School at nearby Uplands. ' ' . "I The class included youths from Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain, the four countries participating in the plan and also volunteers from the United States and Chile. Honor Top Man. The top man in the class was LAC. Donald Ian Dewar, of Santiago, Chile, was the first to receive the wings and the congratulations of the Minister. Mr. Power said the training plan was a success and hs become' a world wide .plan. "You come from wherever the cause of liberty is still worshipped", he Said. "You go forth to fight for freedom". . Among those receiving their wings weije: 170 Axis 'Planes Captured in Libya ' 'si O'clock EdiUon Service. NEW YORK, Dec. 1 W) The BBC said today Allied forces in Libya have seised more than 170 Axis .'planes, 70 of them German, and captured more than a dosen air-. dromes in the desert offensive. ( The broadcast 1 was heard by CBS. Toronto; Gordon Edward Hutchin son, Norham; William James Ir win, Woodstock; Francis Jenkins, North Bay; William Wallace Ken nedy; Toronto; William Munroe .ii-um. Gait;! John Patrick Malo ney, i Hamilton; James Patterson, -.igSkOn; Guy Rene Perodeau, Ottawa; Harold Edwards Pittlway, London; William John Shenn-u, .vlsnsfleld; Kenneth William Sun, Toronto;; Ronald Brownlee butt, London; John Anderson Martin Whltelaw, Toronto; Andrew Whyte, Toronto; Jack Vincent Willbee. Zephyr; Julius Lee Wystt, OtUwa. , !, I . Eastern Canada Kenneth Gordon Chandler. George Collier r5rper, Guy Melfort Drummond and fDeith Irwin. Ellson, all of Montreal; George Hall, Halifax; James MacLcnnan Reid, j West-mount, Que. ! Western Canada John Coulton Ashburner, Medicine Hat, Alta., and Stanley Arthur Church, prince Albert, Sask. - - - 7- Wheat Futures At Higher Level 5 O'Clock EdiUon Service,. WINNIPEG, Dec. 19. Aided by the first half-hour s trade, wheat futures prices Winnipeg Grain Exchange closed 1-8 cent higher to unchanged. December prices finished 74 cents a bushel, May',77 3-4 Jul 78 7-8. ; i -Quotations. Wheat: i Open ! Htfh Low Dee. ...... 73T, 7U '3's May 77, 78 773 July 78's ;79's 73?s Oats i Dec 47, : 47i, 47H May 47 47. 4',, ' Julv 48 4S . Barley i Dec S94 S9? 59', aK ' 3.A1L SUb 8.Air iMOJ IB m w aw, 58i .. 58 la juiy w',s j Dec. ..... 1.8J'.i lWi. 1.58 May 158'j 1.59V, 1.58 July ...... I.i8, 1.59", 1.58 Rye Dec. ...... 59' k , S9' S9'i May ...... 62'., MU 621, July :...y ... ' j.-- ... . CHICAGO. Dec. 19. W) activity of dealers who trade In on an investment bails virtually minimum, cereal prices held to a narrow range today as the market awaited Washington prtcn control development, wheat drifted lower. Wheat closed ' ss o: tk cent Dec... 1.23s,s to I,: corn '., to 't Dec. 771,.: May t2'.k; eats, to' ' orT. rye ', to '., lower; to , lower. I Cloif. Open I High bow Wheat- I Dec. .. .,..123', 1.23', . l.SJ'i 1 16', 1 2Si,

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  1. The Ottawa Journal,
  2. 19 Dec 1941, Fri,
  3. Page 22

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