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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdnoiday, April 12, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO Has film bearing on gangland slayings? 1976 STADIUM the 1976 Olympics in Jean Drapeau. This fs a side drawing of Montreal. It unveiled a (he seal stadium proposed for t a press conference by Montreal Mayor NEW YOUK CP) Doo.s art imitate life or docs life imitate art? New Yorkers could well ask themselves thai question consi- dering (his recent sequence of movie, The God- father, opened at several movie'.i'GE and subsequently an apparent underworld war has broken ouL Tiie GodfalJier tells the story of an underworld family headed Don CorJcone, played by Committee to review crop insurance plan EDMONTON (CP) A spe- cial cummiUee of farm repre- senlaUvcs and members n( the Icgislnlurc will review all as- pects ol crop insurance in b e r I a, Agriculture Minister Hugh Horncr said here. The objective will be to make crop insurance more universal- ly acceptable. Dr. llorner said during commit lee study of the department's 1972- 73 spending estimates. The government's contribu- tion to crop insurance during the fiscal year will by mil- lion. Dr, Horncr said the province is studying a federal oflcr to assume 50 per cent of crop in- surance premiums, with Alber- ta taking over administration costs. MOSQUITO PKOGUAM During commiUcc study of the department's posl control program, Gordon Tay- lor (SC Drumhcller) sug- gested (he government estab- lish a province wide mosquito control program. Mr. Taylor said cities are spending a lot of money on mosquito control, only to find that mosquitoes arc being blown into Ihc cities from areas where tbore is no con- trol. Dr. Homer said iL is an area that "needs to be looked and that could he expanded to control black flies in the Atha- basca and Lac la Diche re- gions. The largest increase in agri- culture department, spend ing lliis year will be in marketing million compared with Community leader goes to prison EDMONTON (CP) Before he held up a bank, David Busby was (or 25 years a sales- man and community leader in lie managed the Edmon- ton election campaign for a successful federal candidate. But his business venture fail- ed and Busby held up a down- town branch of the Toronto-Do- minion Dank last AupusL in what liis lawyer described as an a I tempi to keep his large family together. Busby, 'II, pleaded guilty in Alberta Supreme Court to arm- ed robbery and possession of a stolen car and was sentenced to five years in prison, The sentence is to be served concurrently with a three-year term he received last Novem- ber for the armed robbery of another bank. S SIMPSONS-SEARS CORRECTION! IN SIMPSONS-SEARS 16 PAGE HARDWARE FAIR SECTION, INCLUDED WITH TODAY'S HERALD, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CORRECTIONS: ITEM Ib ON THE FRONT PAGE RADIAL ARM SAW STAND This Item Appears Twice, Showing Two Different Prices THE CORRECT PRICE IS ITEM h ON PAGE 11 24-98 10' x IT STEEL SHED PRICE FOR THIS ITEM APPEARS TWICE ON THE PAGE a little more than million in 1971-72. Cull ays go up 49 pc r cent to to provide mar- ket information, analysis and education, and economic and slalisticnl informal ion. Some up 45-] per cent compared with ]971-72, wiJ] he expended on commodity poit. TJie cash will be used for co-ordination, development of incentives and support la pro- ducers and marketing organi- zation to expand and create additional marketing opportu- nities for the province's agri- cultural industry. FOOD PROGRAMS There will he an increase, of 124 per cent, to to de- velop and promote new foods, food marketing techniques and alternative food uses. Domestic marketing Rets j up 219 per cent, from forecast spending of in 1971-72. The cash will he used to investigate and assess pre.s- enL and potential Canadian markets and assist in promot- ing Alberta products. Four export trade eommis sioncrs will lie sent out, at E cost of S2DO.OOO, to promote the sale of Alberta products of in- ternational export markets. Last, year, the government spent on export trade missions. Spending on consumer advi- sory services will he increased per cent to with (he money to be vised to im- prove consumer understanding of Alberta food products and family living skills. The ser- vices will include the use o home economists in the domcs- L i c marketing improvement program. An estimated million will be spent on rural and fani farm development, com- pared with S2 million last year About will go to set up a training fund, and for some equipment and wages lo be used to promote community ac (ivitics designed to increase ru- ral income and job opportuni- ties. The estimate for rural credit lias been increased by 81 per cent, to S4.28.5flO. It wilt provide lor a farm loan program to as- sist marginal'- income farmers to expand into more economi- cal operation and to help young farmers become established. THE CORRECT PRICE IS ,99 Simpsons-Sears Apologizes For Any Customer Inconvenience Marlon llt.iiwlo. A major parl ol tlic picture revolves annmd n Ijlixxl war Ixjlwten rival crime families. The most prominent victim oi Ihc recent real-life outbreak of violence was Joseph (Cmzy Jjoc) Clallo, shot, down early Sat- urday while celebrating Ins 43rd birthday in a restaurant in Vork's Little Italy district on the Lower East Side. The siring of gunsliot slayiiujs began hi Queens on March 30 Itic murder of Greaves, a night'cluu owner leg- On Monday, police found the j descriplion of Ihc gunman who end." he writes In the New body of Frank Fcrrinno, 'U. in a iv.ilkwl into the Little Italy res- j York I' VALUE GOK.S DP LONDON (lieulcr) Two forged copies of a William Wordsworth poem were sold al auction at Sotheby's Monday and brought (5312) each- more than the value of the orig- inal. The forgeries are by the 10th bibliographer Thomas Wise. Alpha has it all over the others lor flavour too! Who would expect canned milk to behave like whipping cream? You can, with Alpliu Evaporated Milk because il's the real thing. Fresh whole milk from prize herds grazing the Red Deer Valley, then concentrated for extra creamy texture and flavor. Just you try Alpha to top a praise-winning desserl, cream your coffee or whenever your recipe calls for milk. So creamy, IT WHIPS! 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