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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Kingston Skyline World Montreal Skyline North .America The Royal Canadian Mint is now supplying all banks and financial institu- tions with sterling silver Olympic coins. as full production has just initial quantities are extremely limited. In in some your bank's supply may be gone. If you wanted your Olympic but now find that you can't have we are sorry. you can reserve the coins you want today. Most financial and coin dealers will take your order. Reserving your first set of coins now may be the only way to guarantee that you will have it in the future. In all there will be 28 coins. Seven issues of four coins each. Minted from sterling silver in denominations of and each issue will be limited. As each edition is sold it will not be minted again. Don't delay. Make sure you reserve the coins you today. 1976 OLYMPIC COINS- ISSUE 1 GEOGRAPHIC THEME ENCAPSULATED 5 coin.......retail 6.00 coin.......retail STANDARD SINGLE COIN PRESENTATION 5 coin.......retail 7.50 coin.......retail single coin presentation .IML with ripfive hnn hurc The .iv is ont.iincd in sleeve with itorn onlrol number pnnlixl try k The Olympic Idea-ours to keep alive. Rockefeller successor New York Lt. Qov. Mal- colm Wilson will be the successor to Governor Nelson Rockefeller. Rockefeller made the an- nouncement in Albany at a news say- ing he was confident the lieutenant governor would carry out the programs of the Rockefeller admin- istration. Feed grain shortage threatened N.B. The vice-chairman of the Canadian Livestock Feed Board said today Eastern Canada is threatened by an immediate shortage in feed grains. W. D. Dernier said feed grain stocks in many areas were sufficient for about 10 days and shipments from Western Canada were about three weeks behind schedule. Bad weather in Saskatchewan and Manitoba had stalled grain shipments this week. He said it was estimated that JSastern Canada faced a 10-million bushel shortage this winter which would have to be moved by rail. The feed board plans to hold a meeting here Monday and has invited representatives of the Canadian wheat the Ottawa Grains the Maritime provincial governments and Federation of Agriculture. Mr. Dernier said stocks of grain were low at terminal elevators in Thunder and Vancouver. SHORT OF BOXCARS He said a shortage of box- cars was short of in Canada. it is estimated that there are boxcars as against 88.000 a few years ago in The only substantial increase in recent years was the government owned grain cars operated by the Canadian wheat board but these cars were not expected to be used east of Thunder Bay. Some of the feed grains ear- marked for use in Ontario and Quebec this winter was not ex- pected to reach storage sites by the close of navigation this he said. Scandal in Soviet mine area MOSCOW Wide- spread corruption and sloth have been reported in one of the Soviet Union's main manganese-mining areas. In an effort to put things the ocal party secretary was a new one was named and a special commis- sion was formed to report its recommendations within two months. The trouble was found in a city of about in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia. The town grew up around some of the richest manganese deposits in the So- viet Union. A report in the Georgian newspaper Zarya Vostoka de- scribed a meeting of the Chiatura party membership where the and of local Communist personnel were aired. A copy of the paper has just reached Moscow. In the Chiatura the report said there were quent of injury and the number has been increasing because of lax safety controls. RETURNS FIRMS SANTIAGO Chile's military government returned Friday to their former owners 88 of the 323 companies taken over by the government of former presi- dent Salvador Allende without fpgmal of- ficial sources said here. SEEK 'MAD SCIENTIST' BONN -Cautious West Germans shopped for bottled water Friday as a police dragnet widened for a who is threatening to poison the country unless he is bought off. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations Any variation in program schedule 13 due lo last minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility ot The Lethbridge Herald MONDAY thru FRIDAY Buryl Clarke Farm News News Checkllne Walt Edwards John Oliver Farm News THURSDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Jim Parsons Show John Charles Show Kevin McKenna Show CHIC News Sports 1-00 Grain Prices the Wild Jack News Paul Tessier Roy Rennick CJOC FRIDAY Jim Elliot Jack Thys Show Wthr. 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