Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE IETHBRIQGE HERALD Tuesday, Frbrunry 11. 1975 New legislation loosens farm credit OTTAWA (CP) Legislation lo loosen farm ercdil, especially lor .lounger farmers, intro- j duccd in (lie Ccmnnns Monday by Agriculture Minisler II Olson. The bill wculd amend Ibe cur- rent Farm Crcdil AcL, increas- ing the amoiml of money availa- ble Lo farmers under the Farm C'redit Corparalion, lowering tbo age limit for those eligible, for loans, ami .soflcniiiK current se- ctirily requirements for those receiving loans. As well, il ]XTiniL farm- ers t'xlejidinj; their itpcralioii.'; lo .lit up as securily Ihi! added The bill would increase lo I lands. Currently, many loans million from million the are grailnl only if a fanner amount of federal money availa- puts his farm up an sccu- lo Ihe corporation for lend- ing purposes and make leans available to farmers under IM years old if Lhey operate all or part of an "economic unit." A deparlnienl spokesman said (he legislation was purl of Llio government's r e c e n LI y -a n- fann nuunced small farms devclop- menl program. Cul it also "upgrades Farm Credit Ael" lo make it more workable. Tlic bill would raise lo SlOu.OOO from Ibe annnnl an individual farmer can bor- row Lo beef up Ins fc'rmirK oper- ations. The inereasc tidies inlo account Ilic risinp, eost of land and ullier cxpcnsLs, l.he spokes- man said. The ?l.riu-million small farms rani announced last year is .Mined at making small farming! operations more com- mercially viable. It would pro- vide inn'rased (jpporhmities for yniinpcr, smaller farmers lo de- velop Ibeir farms, while cstab- lishing a program to emnblo older, poucr farmers to retire or mave inlo olhcr occupations. STILL SOUGHT The FBI's lisl of mosl-'vnnled fuqilives wilb palilical activists or backgrounds, new stands at -.'vcn persons, following the arrest of Karle- icii Lo'.vis Ainislcorui in Toronto by Canadian police. The three shown are- Bcrnadine T'orn-n, loader of n Wccilrcrmon faction; Su'an Edith Saxe, and Kalhi.Tinc Ann Power, Mic c charged with a bank robbery rr'd niurdcr staged lo finance revolutionary (O t-'.X caiil fauve, ii both ways j >J U Ml- Ii P c I S slak1-, profits from in vestment, have 11 u 'i LHI L I in I h in i i 11 n It In ho con.sidored in studying HI i L d M i 1 i il o i thai both (null? if n 1 O ti i( r I f o I oni Canada Bui can't havft it I i f 1 uic i r t I S r t I ar.d oilier i both wavs. hn .said Muslim flattened ti (1C U 1 MT u) i t n I i ii I mi i If1 t n ijr I n a i L i c The senator, a Cnemi f mci 01 L I1 M. 11 Is 1 (II III 1 11 l> I Ot nc V'1! P i i -1 t i 1 pirh t k nc i t in d i us h C i ici n t ink p L S 1 I u on I p )bl( n ini ur cr c 1 f 1 11 11 bee a i n i p 1) t ten 11 lair flouirc ii.'u the counl There were aiivays etlrcr due to be published ss a One of his longest back March 1C. by Fawccli Pub- affair.- wa.i wilh Kalherinc Hep- lications Inc. burn. It seems like a curious Dietrich, now K years oUl.' match, because she was not wrcte the book tlic r.ssisi-: k'ind of I'oluptuous beauty that of reporter he favored. James Pheian, ar.d later wilh! the of another journalist. Rob Thomas. Parts c[ Ihe mmuseript were alleged lo have been pirated by aui'icv Iri- ing to help him cnmpile a pur- porlcd r.ulcbiograrby of Howard ilupbo'; which the r-year-old recluse ha.s 1'jranded a take. Sask. liou.se menl lift.s it> ban giving p.v- emment Vic-1 Writing a'ooul the Texas-born toria's daily neivsp.iiKi-s tycoon's penchant for beautiful Ren Pov ell, rev., dor d '-'-omen. Dietrich says: '-Hmvanl lVV k load rCPl Members of katchewan legislature Todav Pubticnfeis Ltd hnd a p e c 1 i a r legislature lifhcr of papers, said the glamour girls. He liked to i "Irinng era ong session advertising will also an-; '-'ourf them jusl r.fter they bad as plv ,o gm'ernnient ancles. I W their husbands. ,hey for the irst full- such as IB C Ihdro ar.d tlie S> i says that when Avn Card. dal Credll PC -tv. The Daily ner lefl actor M'ckcy Rconev. Democratic party government Bulletin and Daily awl Howard began a tor- I '-Icrted last June, have a total circulaticn of r'd rcmance. but he unable Much of the intended about. j dcvole enough lime 10 her. lion already has been an- Tli? goiernmcnt s: id last j nouncrd in skeleton form by the week it ivoulcl cive no mere ad- neglected, and she government but a broader onl- vertising to Victoria Time- took up with a Mexican Inililieh-( IT.O U'ill be gii'en Thursday with and Colonist after the nevsia- tor heard ab'ait it. and the reading of (he throne speech per ran a ad Tchncco he stormed inlo her house and lo (.-pen Ihe spring session, advertising is inhibited under ccnfroTilc-d her nilb Ihe infor-i is, however, only B.C. Ir.v. :sn and a closer look into Mr. Pouc-11 the SI.API'EI) Ifnt pro.gram wMl be will not run ads "Ava's Irmpcr is well-known, rcvca'ed in the budget to be until Ihe ban acr.irst the Vic- ?ho off Hoivartl in nu in March 10. toria papers is b.'lcd and Prc-' lir.certrin terms. He slapped her p..cmicr Allan mier g-.t-.s said lhal Ihe bill er.anl be in CXCI--S cf This in sj'.ting [lays esialilisbi'd in that funds n" ed'ui siatuarv and A for thrtats. i.-bcry or rev.ards 1M' Llm could threaten the lecaid lo Uie. media in Ibis pruvmtv." lllc' _______________ "lie iias knocked inicon- ,iiid I ihink ,lie would XDP p.ivcniincni b's m 'd the comnio- Most L.nls apf.car lo aril pulled Ai a have an Hie ,n a wild in the CO-sca slate of between luo and six i hVanly Hla from Viri: years. .inn The performance of lien leader D C. Sicwarl v.i ciime in for close scrutiny sine'- it is first session as Liberal leader. He was chusen a' a leadership convention last lle- oomber, s u e c c. c rl i n g Ross Tbatchcr who died last year. TIME UMiT FOR RECEIVING PETITIONS FOR PRIVATE BILLS Take notice that the time for receiv- ing petitions for Private Bills at the next Session of the Legislative Assembly will ex- pire on Monday, the twenty-first day of February, 1972. W. H. MacDonald Clerk of Ihe legislative Assembly Snowmobile crash kills IMIV, 14 SIIKIUVODD I'AHK (CI1) Kevin (Iranilich, M. of the Shcrwond I'nrk dislricl was killed luii .snou'miibik's nillidi'd 111 a field five milfis fa.sl (if hero. HCMI1 said tlir I wo vrhiclos inllidcfl head-on al Ilic lop of a MHIV; drift, covcrinj1, a fence line. 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Also Fits 5.50-12 5.60-15 6.50-13 6.85-15 6.45-14 OUAUTY COSTS jVO iMOKK AT SHIPSONS-SKAKS SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Daily Thursday ami Friday unhl 9 p.m. Ccnlro Villaao 2nd Avo. and 13lh Si. N.