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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HStALD December 11, 1972 Heavy Russian buying pushing ivheat sales up LOXDON Heary vlet buying has pushed Trcrld' Tsieat prices to a 20-year high: with indications tha; year-end: stocks ancag espcrnrsg cour-' ties drop to a The vv Coisidl, in its snnisl review of; world cocciticns. said yester-; da" that unorecedesied Russian; purchases drove average prices up by 35 cents a bushel in ihs; last five months, This situation the most dramatic since the Second World War, the council said. It estimated that -Soviet purchases in the current crop year vdfl to- 12! about 666 million bushels, fosr tines the amount bought last year. The Soviet crop suf- fered from bad The bulk of the purchases are being mace in Cansda and the United States. Amid indicaticns of a tight Council compiles job list of doctoral candidates OTTAWA to Mrs an expert in African nolcgy, or the social sntbro- polcgy of CLrna? __ about a doctor of Anslo-American folklore, or Surely there's a fob some- for an ezoert m op- tion of resources. These are a of the special fields cf bems seekins doctoral degrees later this year ?r-d nest be seeking joes. The Canada Council yester- day pet cut a 117-page listing j of sore doctoral degree candidates in an effort to help thena find jobs they ccmplfrte sozcies. psrnnhlet is being sen- to agencies and personnel managers in gor- uriirate industry. SPEOAL JOBS SOUGHT 1 There's a strcent of the eih- cf Western rope sow studying at Cohrm- bia rniversity a joo in Qnebec or British A student of church nisucry of the 3th to 9th centuries at the Scrbozin-e in Paris to work in Ontario, and a student of modem Jewish intellectual history tracts to It's tLird year that the Caraca CcmeiL working to promote tue arts anc scien- ces. has compiled such a list cf candidates for degrees of doctor of philosophy. This year's list is said to be more coiniirehersive and more de- tailed- The council sent cuestion- naires last spring to hoLcers cf Canada Coscil fel- lowships. From the rep-ies. the cojmcii compiled the list ct I.G45 ctuceiits ncr in tceir third or fourth years of doc- toral stijcy say tney rriil ni "ccs market favorable to exporters, i the cotacil gave emphasis to I progress in development of high-yield varieties, par- ricalarly in developing COIE- tries. It suggested spectacular har- vests are possible when these varieties are combined "with concentrated use of irrigation and fertilizers. But these meth- ods involve high costs and there still is the unresolved question of the relationship between these varieties to vrheat dis- eases and pests, 'i Meanwhile, much of the stfH deper-cs on traditional vari- i eties ar-c prccuciion methods, i World wheat production this i year is estimated at II billion bushels, down from last years ii.S billion while world trade is Disced si 2.5 biilioB bushels, uo i from the previous high of 23 billion. Shipments by the major ssp- pliers are forecast at 2.3 biEon. compared U bSics. last about information files OTTAWA (CP) Tidbits information requests each year GeiL MacArthor. frl v- nd has files on 800000 MacArthur film is next HOLLYWOOD (AP) Next j ized Pattern as production head 5 Arthur's long as t tol- from the man who gave you j of 20tb Century-Fox, recently j dier is a problem. At present, Fatten: a film biography of [announced MacArtbur as a McCarthy figures the script iwill project under his new contract cover ocly the Second World Universal. The producer: j War aad beyood, with emphasis enuneat's study, released dian dozens or resioents. j McCarthy, himself an j Frank 3IcCarthy. on refief by is legal to army general, should have been j "I just spent a month at the dent Harry S Truman as com- gleaned from the federal gov- j and has files on 1 It -55.35 daia banks: scholarships per cent of awards acre than 2.500 dara-coilection ports be George C. Scott, Psttoo and scon- Most of them academic or goveriiinen: ard nest cf "them state a preference for Corking in Ontario. Quebec or British Co- lumbia. There's even an ezpjert in the cf money arc labor who to pur his theory to work arc make seme money. CUSTOMS BROKER IN ALBERTA Requires men wfth In tfiis flsJd OppcrrurJty for quick ccvcncernsnt fcr senior pcsi- ficn gccc end working cor.dit: ens. AJ! frin-ge benefits. Plscse full cstciis to Sex 134. All replies he's In strictest ccnficence. in France LONDON fEeuter) Tne Duks. of "Alncsor left an esuste in Znslanc and vTales valuec at iccly ''about his ilcst of the dike's fortune :S2.5 millioa, concentrated after his abcicatics: as 32ng Ec- ward 'vlll in 1536. i Tee dice's estate in France a Paris cocrt has declared his Sinsjson. to be th-e sole legatee. The duke. died in France last ilay, corned a cocnlry: house about 25 nalss froet j Paris, bet his krwn boms on the oisskirts of fiae 3ois ce Boa-j Ioc5e Tiras rented from, the city i of Paris. In IS36, vsnei be reigned for; 325 days, be inherited the ?ri-1 vate royal estates of Bakn-oraL in the ScGtSsb. and; land. Bts these vers traas-; ferred to bis brother George VI: at the of gixScatioE i Isier that year. people particular organization. four respocdetits ad-il mitted receiving "frequent com- j plaints." Two were hospitals and two were invesuggtive: agencies. n 1 y five responding agescies. four of them labor un- ions, said they stored aH their; personal information data in the united States. U.S. FILES j srt per cent of aH per-; spnal fiks were stored within the province where the sur-" veyed organization operated.: Another 28 per csct were lo- cated elsewhere in Canada. Zisht DCT cent cf fSes were SAVE HUNDREDS DURING DUNLOP FORD'S ANNUAL stored in wfeole or in pan in the U.S. trassferrisg records of several hmxired thocsand poi-. icies to comparer tape from file cards a years ago one Ca- nadian insurance coxnuan" to find an average of one error per policy. of ponce: records in the U.S. tursed UD an error rate of 33 per cent. stady of personal privacy in Britain foonc that personal bank balances for sale at SIS a record and unlisted tele- phone rrenbers for S10. Credit index in Morris- tcvn. N has infoncation on mine miSion people nave dsfauksd on of them Canadian addresses. Ezpress "ap-; pears to tee largest: credit data bank on Canadians in the Ursted States. sp-; prozimately 130.MO Canadian credii; card holders on TAX EECOEDS federal gcrernrcent has a master Sie of individual records stored on 123 reels of' magnetic tape. Bureau cf Bceton, an. associ- anon of 750 life insurance conv finns. is a segrch-oct centre for or high-nsk appll-; It siiswers 12J5- mSkc i Original Equipment Replacement SHOCK ABSORBERS H bears days only ea. Guaranteed for 18 months or mites Standard that give gccd dsmpenirjg scfion and neb- .s.ncct.1! out rough roads. SUPRAMATIC SHOCKS ars guarsnteecS fcr 24XiCO miles. They're hesvy-cJuty, Rsg. So t, eo 5.99 tor SO months or rn'rfes. Get high-speed contrci cusfticn comfort rtsg. jok, Fast, tow cost Installation Available SAVE SALE 19.98 Rs5. to 527.53 ond GL.Vr3snt.eed 38 Complete Free repiscsment rf it fails in first year cf at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction w monty arni free SEXVTC! STATION HOUftS: t a.m. p.m. Deify------Thurirfoy and Frirfoy until 9 p.m. 2nd and 13th St. N. 50, III WRITE-OFF! riie. K0W this cf year ogcin when we must reduce our Inven- tories of new ond used ccrs for yecr-eud purposes. We'vo morked down to move them IT'S our yeor- wid off Pici quick ond get your shore of tfct 1973 COURIER BUY HfR A V3 PINTO WAGON FOR CHftlSTMASI STOCK SO. T7 1972 FOftD GAiAXIE 500 4 DR. HARDTOP Psysl sfccic reef, cTfiJkf rGrd better retail NOW FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON THESE A-l USED CARS! 3-1971 CUSTOM 500 4 deer V-2, cuts, ?-5-, HJ5. fsmffy t by rcrs, service coy oneanCfttcrysi wcrrsrsry. yeor blcci: he STQCiC Ns. 372A 1970 GMC 14 TON STOCK NO. 2 IDA 1968 PONT1AC 4 DJL STN. WAGON V-2, s rttcH J2J95. NOW STOCK NO. TS35A 1970 DATSUNf STN. WAGON 4 NOW STOCK Ho. 1969 POIAJIA 500 low 1 ttt V-2 cytc. P.5., rsdio, NOW STOCK T94TA 1968 MERCURY MONTCLAIR 4 V-S, eo-ts, rrcns., fnHftS- A. cJecn unrt, rfc! coy S2195. NOW QQC I STOCK WO. 503A 1956 MAC TRACTOR el- 2 speed s wsfifcx. NOW 220 5 ?5 SI 795 STOCK N'O. 1970 GMC 4500 gcj tcrsdew, on brcVet, box f.6tsf, res'dy To 50, 5 rfttdii NOW STOCK MO. 505A V-2, 1971 FORD F250 to go. J2975. MOW..... TON STCCJC HO. 15915 1970 MAVERICK 4 eyf., 2 NOW............................ STOCK NO, I959A 1971 TOYOTA 2 DOOR 1 4 NOW STOCK NO. 2903 NOW 1971 CORTINA G.T. 2 DOOR STOCK NO. 215S 1970 DATSUN TON NOW STOCK NO. 372A- 1970 GMC 3 cyf., NOW TON SALES HOURS: WIDE OPEN DAILY I.-00 A.M. TO 9.-00 P.M. SATURDAY A.M. TO P.M. "YOUR TOTAL CENTRE" FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath Drfvt at 16th Dial 32B-8861 ;