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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wrdnesdoy, February 9, 1972 IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 1 1 1 IM ki (jiuttttiioitx i AM 'I" _. j i cincouv6rr Tenl hy Duln-rlv, Jjuirlnl) I'AST HID ou S.M.K a m. ni.M ,i.m. tjutjic) in r C i wccrrDpJ nilc Hi'i Flnv nil IVK Ir.v-l i 1 "i 7 Alniinrx II 11 f 1 1 i Alln East Gas Hi l.y Oil )M f 1 Five-day market in; J Cdn Ho.uc-.ltl 1 1 u i Cdn PHI 1; P 1 P 1 1 Crln IncJ Gas Oil t R r r I slump interrupted llr "E -1 I Doini! II Gl 1-li.in-. 2 5 Cdn Oil 5 0 j 1 1 C I 7 TORONTO (CP) Prices said Llic gains Ncrlh Cdn Oil f wiW DU'.S lo l lltoiiicr) Foniur L ballet slar .Mi1 xa de Ur d I 17 dic i 1017 TiT---riv -''Kit HOSPITAL Sk-iirhlr- Ml. n ;l i I Uoydimns'.rr >.il. j THE HOSPITAL DISTRICT Calgary Auxiliary one! itt.i'ii. (v'V '-.V; "V Home District No. 7, owns and oporalci llircp auxil ''niU> ,11 :M 1 hospilals and Onr nursing home, with a combined i i "i i :n capacity of (422 al hiK's sold THE POSITION Dislricl Adm nisli alor, llio senior _ In Ihe organization, rDsponsiblo lo Iliu Board for phases of management, of lip distriu's focililies. inc avrrafli' 1" .1 planning of future facililics and p _ _ _ _ THE PERSON A graduale of a rccogniicd prorjroiii in i1 Kin.; lal Administrolion vitn scvcrul yrars cxporionco ns senior hospital executive, w 111 provon niii TIM; lu i -nil- u r r i> obility. Must bn progressive tind respond positively mosilv ,v.-; (Mil. (C'lM inu i e, i nril Applicants should sloTr tolnfy rxprr.lfd, w u me Maria jqr Tiu re insnlli- resume1 marked 'Confident o Hie I1) senior l-'oundalini in t-irnl carh- In es- lias been eho.se.-i inblish feeder MR. G. HO fjnesl (iircctnr for Mir I'tiiver- steers v.'.i) p.uinds lo .'lfi.70, Chairman of The of Windsor I'layrr.s' 1 l.-rdcr lu'iiv'rs lo .V.I. Calgary Auxiliary opens 10. ;M 1 rnus A Nursing Home District Mo. will a prcdin lion 6909 Hlh Street 1- Calgary, U-llinp of l.lie (ireek ;nM Mi-.-.iK Tue.s- of Ore.sles. (..nnl l.uiin.. i for Industrial milk market sought 1 1 K IAHT SI :iff WrilcT IIDMO.NTOX Tlic yjvL'niniL'iil und Ihe dairy t( mr.'iltv lo Ilnifaj'iii is ac-1 n j in for in-f i I'ifil milk production in l lun v i olin pi't'sidcnl of I1 U. i'.v Km HUM'S of Canada, (i 111 an iulorview al llic M ,L-rla iry men's rnniu'ii C'onvcnliyn hurc In Ihc of establishing a palh-C'ring station in a central loc-a-tion in Llic centre of southern Alberta's irrigation hell. Industrial milk is any milk not bolllcd for consimiplion as fluid product. H is used lo make processed milk products. Presently the majority of milk production is used for fluid milk The plan is lo c.slahJi.sh new producers and to expand present industrial milk gm'cr.nmcnl has bt'en re-( untied lo make grants Alberta's .tli-irn also, Mr. Woolfrey if Albcr a t'stiiblisli themselves in the cairy industry as induslrial milk The locaUon of the plant will not b? or Medicine Hal, said Mr. Likely il would bf in a location Vaiixhiill is cj'nirt'd in the irrigation area, the key to the proposal. Mr. Wcoifi'cy said Die irrigation hell in swithL'rn Alljarla ias a comparable advantage for th? production of milk over area in Crnnda feed costs on in (he region are lower than anywhere in Canada. "II is a natural for milk he The ci proposal have; already a p p r o a c h cd AlhtTla ARriculturc Minister Dr. Hugh Homer and have received sanction for the project, he Apparen'.ly Ihc scheme has planned to ac'iiirc Alborln lycdni'lion of industrial milk. Mr. WooHrey said ii Alberta produce its thare of Lhe the new federal n i 1 k market sharing plan comes into effect. 111? Albcrla share could be taken over by Quebec. Producer? v.ill vole on the milk market sharing plan March (i (o 24. Set quota? across the nation will IT! the key lo Hit? sluiniiE plan. nM.nwin" producers Dirough o u Canada lo produce enough lo meet the market. Mr. Woolfrcy said Qudvc1, which has had a market sharing for a year, producrd more lhan DO per cent of its issued quota last year. IL a plant or s a-tion fov Ihis proy-'cl must (provided anrl Alberta pro duc'crs f'c ass s to tfel into tbc industry Ihis rcayfMi. Mr Woo -froy uryt-d all if u hf-n Tie milk mnrkct plan comes ol jijifi lie said this '..s a first fcrr in (he world. Tlie U.S. and Australia are frying to copy the scheme already. -'pti'oleun worth M I i CI Imperial f L'.d. a'inounccd Tues d a y i) j, drilh'd in 1 i dc'ila have i n 11 u i d prcliniin-i i i i MIS lu both lilt ('u c, piohabiy ga.s con n I i r 1 1 do i xvas based on MM i nnlc mud gas v U id 'PI trie logs. 1 ii is cunliMuiiiK in Lhe vs 1 ul 1 rigs arc lo 1 it 1 d ill stem and f i i t sL A ould bo car-1 C I p 1 id illG WCll.S, j I i 1 d 111 Ihr della, D c. Ii ic'k different. 1 f rf.i'arhau Icrmalicns. 1 i u P-03X ;vas c i 1 jt and the; i i i i 1 1 was al i il 1 i> G5 per f i i j S andard Oil struck ivells New Jersey, has been exploring in the area for several and first encountered hydrocarbon in January, Cfirnaliou PinuP Ml up by Liberals OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Triuleau and Senator Richard Slanbury, president ot Ihc Liberal parly, announced Tuesday establishment of a ''Red Carnation Fund" lo finance parly activities. Donations up (o 5500 will be accepted they said in a prepared stiilemcnl. Thcv announced the appointment 'of Mill Haris7 44, a Toronto business executive, as chairman of the fund. "All contributions lo (he fund will come from individuals, not from business Trudeau said. The prime miiiisler said the fund is inU-ndcd lo develop cili7.cn involvement and additional sources of financial sup-porl from the rank and file." buys wine company TORONTO (CP) Canadian Breweries Lid. announced here a purchase under which iL will gam conlrol of the company Ihal produces .Ionian Wines in Onlario and Villa Wines in British Columbia. Canadian Breweries and Noah Torno, president of Granicrcy Holdings Lid., will purchase Ihe yO-pcr-cciH interest of Dislill-crs Corp.-Seagvams Lid. in Holdings. After the purchase, Canadian Breweries will own 75 per cent of Gramcrcy and Mr. Torno cent. Th? two producing wineries al. S'. Catharines and Jordan. Ont.. Gimli. Man., New Wesiminsler. B C. Price of the transaction was nci f futures v 1 I i r- _ Livc (1( SL 1 I INVESTMENTS LTD. f NW EQUITY FUND LTD. NW GROWTH FUND LTD. Ji NW FINANCIAL FUND LTD. For n confidenlial discussion call or wr'tt? DECK BATEMAN, 609 10 St. S-, Lelhbridgo Ph. Forlv nsr cent of llic cainncr.s x s uUl11 Xo cnn- in o llano's provincial parks in i lived in DEPT. STORES PURCHASES OF PARAMOUNT SHOES CALGARY UNBELIEVABLE BARGAINS !N MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR LADIES' He- 3 COMING UP? SAVE ON THIS FOR FANTASTIC SAVINGS Y.tl? YOUR SUITS FRESH AND WRINKLE FREE r-.'GS CONTINUE CHECK and SAVE KNIT "LOOK" IS IN MEN'S FASHION! HUNG ON x I1 j HANGERS HIGH COIORS MEN'S QUAtlTY Reg. lo 9Cc COTTON GLOVES .00 CONVENIENTIY PACKAGED SNOWMOBILE BOOTS LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN CANADIAN MADE DRAWSTRING CUFF FRONT ZIPPER NYLON UPPERS MEN'S ;