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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IHHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Fcbrunry 8, 1171 Red Deer College if-pi The AI- will he a'kcd .'..i'. i' upi-ration of i" '.r.r.iunily Coi- ns LiilnnuniYil here, uon in Hi s effect was in- the to'lciy cxecn- !in (vnl (if the fac- P-.T (rn oi the sUi- in a vole :n tlu'V no confi- ilu' rulece adinini- -c-'.-rn cent of the iky wculd not vcar 11 the present is reiaincd. :c after wrp dismiss- r- several I I'1 rl, coped next rijtion res- (il a nicm- Scuior ad on oil. ;.U'- OTTAWA i! William Al- S mi, I-VITT .''I', iser on U.S. "da ri! and cas rela- Mr. ;s fryiner pro- jxl c.-ri-ccr r-i Alhalwsea Oil Scinds projjr. chief rc- engineer for Texaco Ex- ploration Co. lias most roccnlly chief engi- neer for .v.iiona] Energy Board. cd the rc.Meiiaiions pf college president Dr. Men' :.istman and vice [iivfidc-nl I'on Fil- lers. Jim Head, .student liation pre-sident. said a tc-ltoi- lus been senl lo the hoard of nskjug for I he im- mediately. I'opc siipjit-'sl." RC, Orlhodox pric training VATICAN CITY lAP' Pope j Paul said Moiulay c-oUr.horstion between the Roman Calholic and Tiiissian Orthodox inslitules for training priests wiild have value for both cliurc'ics. The Pope made Ihc suggestion to a four-man delegatiun of the Prussian Orthodox Church he re- ceived in andiencr. The delega- tion, headc-d by Archbishop Fi- larel. of Dmilrov. is in Rome lo discuss academic exchange with the Roman Catholic Church. "The exchange of vieu.s, dis- cussion oi questions common to all of us in the training of priests who will be tnio serv- ants of God and their brothers, constitute for us a reciprocal the Tcr: said. Archbishop Fiiaret is auxil- iary of the patriarch "i Moscow and rector of tile Theological Academy and Seminary of the Prussian Orthodox Church at. gorsk, near Moscow. POWER IN NEVADA Here's an artist's conception of the influence of the Hughes Tool Co., on the stale of Nevada. Howard R. Hughes went on a buying spree in 1966 that made him Nevada's largest land owner and employer and casino operalor. Pregnant man case settled OTTAWA (CP) The case of the pregnant man and his unemployment insurance claim has been settled, appar- ently to everyone's satisfac- tion, the office of Conserva- tive MP Elmer McKay saJd Monday. A man in Mr. McKay's con- stituency of Central Nova ap- plied Nov. 7 to Ihe Unemploy- ment Insurance Commission office in Anligonish, N.S., for unemployment insurance. A month later, he received a letter addressing him as ''Mr." and stating he was six months pregnant. The applicant was asked lo give the date the baby was due and forward a doctor's certificate. Instead, he took the letter lo the core mission's office where it u'as promptly ripped up. But two weeks ago the man still hadn't been paid and the Halifax regional office got a 1 ucUiing from Mr. McKay's nffifv, which no'.v reporLs the matter cleared. Mortgage interest rates hike on homes forecast By BOniS MISKEW MONTREAL (CP) The Ca- nadian house-building industry was told Monday that mortgage interest rates probably will move up as 1972 progresses. This forecast was made by the economic research commit- tee of the Housing and Urban Development Association o f Canada. It said mortgage inter- est rates had declmcd substan- tially in the last few months from their 1970-71 high and have reached bottom. But despite a probable rise in mortgage interest rates, (lie committee paid, housing starts are expected to reach at least upits tills year, com- pared with 1971's record ol About delegates are at- tending Iho association's annual housing conference which opened Monday. The as- sociation, the official of Canada's housing industry with more than members, rep- re s e n t s private residential builders, building materials sup- pliers, manufacturers, sub-con tractors, lenders and pofos- sional goups. MONEY PLENTIFUL The committee said the sup- ply of mortgage money for resi- dential construction in 1072 will remain plentiful. Harold G. Shipp of Toronto, association president, raid charier banks will have an in- creased supply of funds fins year. Insurarcc companies de- vote a larger portion of their mortgage money to single fam- ily homes and loan and trust companies except lo equal their 1971 mortgage lending level. Mr Shipp said an interesting development in 1971 is that sin- gle family housing starts repre- sented 33 por cent of flic total slarLs, a "dramatic change in the previous housing mix." "Nearly single family starts were made. Apartments represented only about 40 per cent of the total compared with a much lu'gher percentage in the last five years." SUHARTO DOWN UNDER CANBERRA (AP) Presi- dent Suharto of Indonesia is in the sim of per- Eiiatling businessmen to invent more in his country. Wheat fund talks today REGINA (CP> Federal money lo be made available under the two price system for wheat is cxpeclai lo be the main topic of discussion Tues- day when Olio Lang, minislcr responsible for the Canadian wlir'al hoard, meets here with the three prairie agriculture ministers. Jack llcsser, Saskatchewan's agriculture minister, yairt Mon- day his rounterpuils in Alberta and Manitoba Hugh Ilorncr and Sam Uskiw generally agree the funds should not only be distributed lo wheat farrc- ers. He said the funds, expected to be about million, should be distributed on a wider scale "which would give recog- nition to other cereal grain producers, especially those who recently switched from wheat I to other crops." PLAY BUT BIGGER N BETTER' IN PRIZES! "Hi! Fm Jack local Hertz Agency Manager, and these are just a few of the brand new cars and trucks we've got lined up for you. We've also got some fresh, new ideas about service for too. Come on in and see look what we can pot on the road for you! "Got a business or pleasure trip coming up? We can send you off in styleljust tell us when you want to leave, and we'll have a brand new Ford all ready and waitingl Need a sturdy Ford truckto tide you over a busy period, or lo replace one of your own trucks? We've got just the equipment you need. Brand We won't let you down on the road! "We give our cars and trucks a scrupulous 19-point safety and performance check before each and every rental." We've got you too! "When you're in one of our cars you're covered by a million dollars worth of public liability insurance -free. Plus unlimited fire and thell insurance, too." Rent it Here- Leave it There "You can rent a car or truck In Lethbridga and drop it off in more than 40 other cities without extra charge." We can have a car for you anywhere in the world. "Call us and we can have a car waiting for you anywhere In the world through the Hertz free world-wide reservations system." Around the world Hertz rents 6 million cars a year. One at a time. Hertz Jack Moore Moore's Esso Service 3rd Avenue and 21st St. (403) 327-4038 Jack Moore, Hertz Agency Manager, Lelhbridga ;