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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New farm loans scheme announced by Horner Ihunday, April 5, IfTt THf lETHBRIDCE EDMONTON (CP) Loans up to for buying live- stock, equipment and land are to be guaranteed under a new program provided by the Al- berta agriculture deparmtent, agriculture Minister Hugh Hor- ner said yesterday. Dr- Horner, in a news re- lease, said agreements have been signed between the agri- cultural Development Corpora- tion and commercial lenders, particularly chartered banks and the provincial Treasury Branches. Other lenders may be involved soon in the new program. Under the agreement loans may also be used to provide operating capital and for such improvements as build ings, clearing and breaking, or any other purpose designed to in- crease the productive value of the property, Dr. Horner said. Loans may be made to indi- viduals, partnrships or family farm corporations involved as primary producers of agricul- WE HAVE MOVED THE TRUST DEPARTMENT AND THE MORTGAGE DEPARTMENT OF FHE CANADA TRUST COMPANY are now located at 507 Canada Trust Building tural products, residing in Al- berta and operating or intend- ing to operate a farm in the province. REPAYMENT PLAN Repayment may be spread over a period of up to 10 years depending on the purpose and amount borrowed. Loans for farm machinery will be restrict- ed to five years. Interest will be one per cent above the bank prime lending rate and may vary from time to time during the course of repayment. Provision has been made for the deferment of principal pay- ments for a period of up to two years on livestock loans for breeding purposes. Dr. Horner sajd an applica- tion fee of one per cent of the amount of loan will be assessed and used by the Agricultural Development Corporation for supervision' purposes. 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In foreground is Jeff McKay, president of the Western Roundup Gov't subsidizes hearing aid plan REGINA (CP) A govern nsarit-subsidized hssring aid program, providing testing an follow-up services through cli nics, should be in operation this fall, Health Minister Walter Smishek said today. Mr. Smishek, speaking in the legislature in moving seconc reading of a bill which would establish the program said recipients in the plan will pay only the direct costs the government pays for bulk purchase of the aids. All over- head costs will be absorbed by the government. The government intends to buy a range of good quality eids by competitive shopping. Facilities will be set up to test people for hearing defects by professionally trained nel. "When you consider that Sas- katchewan residents now are being charged between and per hearing aid, the proposed government price averaging less than per aid will mean a considerable saving to the the min- ister said. MANDRAX CONTROLS EDMONTON (CP) Con- trols need to be imposed en the use of the sleeping pill man- drax to restrict growing abuse of the drug, says Dr. L. H. LeRichie, chairman of the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission's metha- done committee. Dr. LeRicbe said controls should be similar to federal re- strictions on baritura t e s, which require users to give the govenuoant details about their intake of the drug. Mandrax is not only being abused when taken orally, he said, but it is also being di luted and "mainled" by injec tion. SEEK WORK STOPPAGE -WINNIPEG (CP) AppBca tion for an injunction to pro- hibit Manitoba Hydro from acting on a licence to proceed with the raising of Southern Indian Lake has been filed in Court Queen's Bench. The application, to be heart by Mr. Justice Louis Denisel next seeks a stoppage of all work under the licence granted by the provincial gov- ernment in December. Total ex- penditure on the proposed lake level raising is estimated at million. WORKING TO RULE EDMONTON (CP) About 250 members of the Railway, Transport and General Work- ers Union here have started working to rule in the Canadian National Railways express de- partment and the move could spread across the country, a urion official said yesterday. P. J. Askin, president of Local 99 of the Canadian Broth- erhood, said the action is simi- ar to that being taken by union members in Toronto and, pcssibJy. Montreal to protest delays in contract negotiations. SAVE-THE-TIGER PLAN LAUNCHED GET YOUR ONE BEST DEAL! DURING OUR 197: Demonstrator SPECTACULAR SAVE AS MUCH AS 1973 LTD Brougham 4 DR. HOT., 429 Cl, rod i o, stereo combo, air power windows, power seats executive driven. WAS DEMO SPECIAL 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON Green and Gold, auto., 2000 c.c., 800 miles. WAS 99 DEMO SPECIAL...... MAKE US AN OFFER 1973 MUSTANG MACH I 2 DR. HOT., Green and Gold, low, low miles, fully equip- ped, WAS 99 DEMO SPECIAL...... 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MAKE US AN OFFER USE THESE CARDS IN WOOLWORTH STORES ACROSS CANADA New-York Times Service NEW DELHI India has opened a big campaign to save her tigers from extinction. Karan Singh, minister of tourism and civil aviation, has set in motion a Pro- ject Tiger in a ceremony at Cor- bctt Park, 329 zniies ccrtheas! of here. He said that the tigsrs of India be given total protection from human pre- dators. The six-year project, support- ed by the World Wildlife Fupd. has been compared by Indian officials to tlw campaign in Egypt to save the Aba SimbrJ temples. It aims to provide pro- tected sanctuaries when: the Bengal tiger can multiply. In }css than 50 years. India's tager population has dwindled from 40.000 to India ban- ned tiger shooting three years ago and November de- clared Uie fcger the national animal to emphasize ihc need to giro it protection. However, extensive poaching for the skins and the clearings of forests have contanued to rs- duoe tlw tiger Wild- life experts have warned that if tbe tread cooliaues. there will be no tigers in India in 10 years time. "To lose the tiger weald be like India losing the Taj j one expert said. Former Alberta man appointed MONTREAL Dale Thomson, secretary to former prime minister Louis St Lau- rent from J953 to I95S, has been appointed vice-principal I of planning at McGill Univer-! sily. I Mr. Thomson, now at Johns I Hopkins Unh-ersity in Washing- j ton, D.C., trill tafcc over the new- port June 3. ihc university announced in a statement. A native of Wcstlock, he ran unsuccessfully as Lib-1 eral candidate in Jasper-Edson riding in tie 3858 general ejec- tion. 1973 MONTEGO MX 2-D3. HOT. White, 351 Cl. engine, P.S., P.B., radio. WAS DEMO SPECIAL...... 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