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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 most watchable ivomen listed by girl watchers SAN DIEGO (AP) - The International Society of Girl Watchers, after another year of watching, announced the world's 10 most watchable women today. Joe Beagin, founder of the organization, said the 19T1 winners were picked on the basis of poise, attractiveness and accomplishment. He listed them this way: Most watchable mother in the world, Princess Grace of Monaco. Most watchable actress, Candice Bergen. Most watchable executive, Joy Tomlirison Phelan, vice-president of Edward Gottlieb and Associates, New York City. Most watchable wife, Empress Faraih Dibah of Iran. Most watchable journalist, Nancy Dickerson, who is syndicated to independent television stations. Most watchable member of the social set, Mrs. G. Arn-holdt Smith, wife of a San Diego financier. Most watchable model, Jean Shrimpton of New York City. Most watchable stewardess, Margie Miller of National Airlines, Neptune Beach, Fla. Most watchable singer, Diahnn Carroll. Most watchable military officer, Oapt. Robin Quigley, commander of the WAVES, popular name for women in the U.S. Navy. Beagin, a 62-year-old married man and former sales engineer, claims the group has 17,000 members in half a dozen countries. Friday, December 31, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 17 Dairy policy relaxed year ever, A HEARTY THANKS FOR YOUR WARM PATRONAGE HENRY HARDY CONSTRUCTION LTD. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 921 12th St. A North Phone 327-8242 OTTAWA (CP) - The Canadian Dairy Commission's holdback policy on payments to shippers of manufacturing milk and cream is being relaxed, Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson announced Thursday. "This change will further improve the returns of dairy farmers," he told the Commons, adding that a shortage of butter production in Canada has impelled the change. Describing it as a "special measure" for the current dairy year ending March 31, Mr. Olson said farmers should not expect it to be continued next year. Payment programs, under the special measures, would be adjusted to allow farmers a margin of deliveries in excess of their quotas before the over-quota rate of holdback is applied. In Ontario, Quebec and Prince Edward Island, the holdback is made on market payments to farmers based on their market quotas. "In these, the adjustment will permit a producer to exceed his quota by 10 per cent before the over-quota holdback is applied." "Elsewhere, the holdback is made from subsidy payments, based on each producer's subsidy quota." The adjustment would allow farmers in provinces not under market-sharing quotas' to exceed their subsidy quotas by 30 per cent before the over-quota rate of holdback is applied. Robert E. McKinley (PC-Huron) said the supply-management system under which quotas are allocated hasn't been working well. Small farmers, small cheese factories and milk Loses his eye in fist fight EDMONTON (CP) - Patrick Loutitt, 42, will lose his right eye as a result of a fist fight in a hotel. Loutitt of the single men's hostel told police he was sitting in the tavern when he asked another man for a light. Witnesses said he had asked for cigarettes and the fight ensued. processing plants all had run intc difficulty. Mr. 0 1 s o n's announcement had come much too late to allow production to be raised. It appeared t h e announcement was influenced by the expectation of a federal election in 1972, Mi-. McKinley said. Arnold Peters (NDP-Timis-kaming) said the holdback is as high as $2.40 a hundredweight on manufacturing milk and cream, a penalty that had "eliminated" hundreds of small farmers. A butter shortage had developed and now Canada was paying the U.S. 64.5 cents a pound, plus transportation costs, for import of 10 million pounds of butter. The dairy commission had to develop a long-term policy to avoid such situations. HEAD MAN - Kevin Richter, the 12-year-old president of the band School in Rockville, Mo., joins his fellow bandsmen in serenading around Christmas Tree on a chilly first-day-of winter in Washington. at St. Jude's the National SHOE REPAIRS ? BEST * FAST * CHEAP SHOE HOSPITAL 311 11th Street South WANTED SCRAP NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Tractors-Trucks Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER - BRASS - RADIATORS - BATTERIES - CAST IRON etc.- Truck Loads - Carloads Truck Scales - Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Is Our Business" Airline plans new services TOKYO (Reuter) - Japan Air lines announced today a five-year flight expamsibn plan, including new services to Mexico City and Chicago. The plan, subject to the government's approval, begins next April, JAL said. A new route from Tokyo to Mexico City via Vancouver will begin in April with three DC-8 flights a week, the announcement said. With a new daily service between Tokyo and New' York via Anchorage, flying time between Tokyo and New York will be cut by one hour compared with the current flights via San Francisco, JAL said. Within the five years beginning next April, JAL plans to inaugurate a service to Chicago from Tokyo via the Great Circle route and beyond to New York, a call at Athens on the southern route to Europe and a service to Nairobi, Kenya, the announcement said. STAN KLASSEN President ROY OSTER Secretary We would like to take this opportunity to wish you well in the New Year and to thank all those in Lethbridge and District that helped to make our year of business (1971) a tremendous success. FRASER BAALIM Realtor NELLIE VANBEZOOYEN Stenographer HENRY MORGAN Realtor We offer a complete line of Real Estate-General and Life Insurance-Property Management-Custom Built Homes and Mortgages. Contact any of our sales staff at: FORT WH00P-UP AGENCIES LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 328-3251 or 328-9362 Lethbridge, Alberta NEW YEAR GREETINGS From These Lethbridge Business Leaders! "Don" Gordon Manager MARQUIS HOTEL LTD. Stan Worboys Duane "Pat" Patterson Dick Vander Molen Manager LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Salesman LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Service LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Mas Shigehiro Manager ACME TELEVISION LTD. COLLEGE MALL Kaz Hiraga President ACME TELEVISION LTD. College Mall and 13th St. N. Sus Nishikawa Sales Manager ACME TELEVISION LTD. COLLEGE MALL Sam Lindsay Proprietor SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT AND WALLPAPER Raimund Wiese Proprietor MARQUIS BAKERY Chas. Linn General Manager SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. J. S. (Camm) Barnes Proprietor CAMM'S SHOES LTD. Leo Singer LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR ;