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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Milk su bsidy decision pending New egg policy in sight WINNIPEG Federal Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan announced Friday that he will recom- mend to his cabinet colleagues in Ottawa next week financial assistance for the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency. Mr. Whelan made the an- nouncement on the final day of a conference of ministers and deputy ministers of agriculture after the provinces committed themselves to deal with the problem of over-production. Under the farm- ers producing more than their share of shell eggs will receive lower prices for any excess production. Each province is responsi- ble for identifying the producers concerned and the new pricing policy into effect within six weeks. All provinces except- Prince Edward Island and are producing more eggs than their quotas under the national marketing scheme. The egg marketing agency is committed to buying sur- plus eggs to keep them off the domestic a commit- ment the minister said has put the agency into financial diffi- culties. Several governments had la- belled Ontario as the main but Mr. Whelan said the problem was more widespread. He said the provinces had initially agreed to regulate egg production by a quota but problems had developed because producers everywhere continued to turn out eggs in excess of their quotas long as they can get away with it at a they will the expense of the producers who adhere to the he said. The federal agency's deficit has been estimated at about but Manitoba Agriculture Minister Sam Uskiw said it was probably closer to million or million if the value of surplus eggs held in inventory is con- sidered. Manitoba has already cut back on egg production by 10 per cent and increased its levies on chicken farmers Mr. Whelan also told the provincial ministers he will be making an announcement be- fore August 1 on a request for increased prices for manufac- tured milk. The future of the five-cent-a-quart federal sub- sidy on fluid milk will also be decided in the near future. As the three-day conference Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Jack Messer said two major agricultural areas still remain to be for young farmers and price stabilization. Bat was rabid EDMONTON A bat killed near Lake about 35 miles west of Edmon- has been confirmed as rabid. However no one was bitten by the said Dr. Claude head of the federal health of animals branch in Edmonton. Dr. Rouget said any bite from a bat is potentially since bats fre- quently carry rabies. Martin Bros. Funeral Chapels Ltd. 2nd Generation Funeral Directors and Administrative Counsellors for Pre-Arrangements by the Alberta Government Security THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South Phone328-2361 Both Chapels NOW IN OUR 52nd YEAR Member of A F D S Funeral Directors A World-Wide Connection Missing Albertans found N.W.T. Three men who went missing aboard a light plane in the Northwest Territories July 15 were rescued Friday after they succeeded in repairing their damaged radio. A search by armed forces personnel and civilian volunteers ended when pilot H. F. Tyldesley of Calgary and passengers Ray Mitchell and Patrick both of Sturgeon got their distress signal through to air radio control in Copper- and search headquarters here was notified. The men were found in good having had ade- quate food because it was included in supplies they were delivering to a resort lodge on Great Bear 250 miles northwest of Yellowknife. A spokesman for the ministry of transport said the who were on a two-hour flight from Yellowknife to Great Bear ran out of gas and were forced to land about 100 miles east of which is 400 miles north of here. A Canadian Forces twin- engine Otter dropped fuel to the trio Friday morning. Hundreds of civilian volunteers and 80 Canadian armed forces personnel had taken part in the 10-day search for the men while military and civilian aircraft logged almost 400 flying hours to cover 000 square miles. SETS ASIDE UN DAY President Nixon has pro- claimed Oct. 24 United Nations Day for the organization's contributions to the peace of the THE Sunday Crossword I In- Mi u York I ilium' II Cilli-vpti- Crossword AND LOWS By Martha J..De Witt ACROSS 1 Run second 6 Allen Gins- berg's muse' 11 Plaster backings 16 Kind of vase 20 Mosquito's family name 21 Kind of po.nt 22 After Fr 23 Rajah's wife 24 Washington prayed here 26 Washington slept here 28 Headless devil is wicked 29 Soothes 30 Cholers 31 Antigone's sister 32 Society teenager 33 Incontrovert- ible items 34 Blunder 1 m a way 2 Shore or French 3 Off the cuff 4 Monk's abode 5 see' 6 Blots out 7 Perches 8 Lots of land 9 Makes 10 Tijuana cheer 11 Don's home town 12 Orbit's farthest point 35 Elevator man's question 36 Nostrils 37 Put the arm in a way 38 ware. Eng- lish pottery 39 Spelunker's milieu 42 Shakespearean purse 43 Phony ova 47 Bread units 48 Journey's end for Noah 51 Arctic explorer 52 Vdii Gogh city 53 First lights 54 Cupid 55 Serious 57 Roman road 58 Containing gold 59 Slow one 61 Minted 62 Peking VIP 63 Past forty' 65 Soothingly 66 Kind of affair 68 Got reversed attire 69 Boring tool or dnnk 70 Makes richer as a purse 72 Lowest point mU S 76 Part of BPOE 79 Fore'er 80 Heels 81 Aduli -nsect 82 Made cloth 83 Corset ribs 84 Part of E MC squared 85 Musical study 86 Fuss raised 87 Heel or baby 88 Naval hero under John Paul Jones 91 Place for a sale 92 Poisonous salt 95 Dweller in high places 96 Takes back 97 Sound in Washington 98 Veers 99 Stopwatched 100 Enchants 102 Stone or Venetian 103 Foundation 104 Icy peak 107 Stir 108 Plug 109 Morning song 110 Volcanic peak 111 Arizona peak 113 Iron country 115 Did sum 116 Handles- Lat 117 It's have a cigar1 118 Guardian 119 The majority 120 12 to 20 121 Mud volcano 122 Equals DOWN 13 More exact 14 Biddies 15 for example 16 Opossum genus 17 Sanctum 18 Cafe lights 19 The late Gov Talmadge 23 Spa 25 Pines 27 Lowest 30 Chuck for one 33 Bus passengers 34 Wheat husks 35 Dog's bane 36 In no case 37 10 a m meal 38 Join 39 Miner's dream 40 Main artery 41 in contrast to Heaven 42 Namely 44 Highest point in Montana 45 Mallet 46 Crummy 48 Wive 49 Not imagined 50 April'Nope 53 Fences 55 Gee whiz 56 Frost 58 A morning glory or ivy 59 Small glasses 60 At hand 61 Anaglyph 63 Portents 64 in St Lo 65 Nautical hogwash 67 Give it 69 Forest opening 70 Saint's day in Little Italy 71 Petal perfume 72 Girl si 19 X 21. by Thomas W. Schier ACROSS 1 Capital of Lombardy 6 Easily instructed 7 Moronic food server' 11 Certain dresses 12 Transfer pattern 13 Univ. deg. 16 e.g. 18 Trucker's milieu 21 Mrs. Chaplin 22 Like a tele- graph message 24 Fishing float 25 Seeped 26 Move fast 28 It's petrol in London 31 Bar jars 33 Pronoun 34 Eject 35 Cobb's forte 36 He improves the news 41 Mimicker 42 Easy gait 43 Be m debt 44 Unexpected fortune 47 German 48 League 49 Nebraska city 50 Pitcher 52 Vicious canine 53 South seas canoe 54 Salt 55 Spot 60 One of the 26 61 Submarine 63 Stellitorm 64 Broadway composer 68 Hardy or Wiswell 73 Wagner heroine 74 etc 75 Stubborn as 77 Jab. in fencing 69 Hem in DOWN 1 Extinct birds 2 Parisian here 3 Landed 4 Brew 5 Saul's uncle 6 Linger 7 Family man 8 Caucho trees 9 Isinglass 10 Bnth 13 Anchor 14 Money watchman 78 Miniskirt exposure 80 Musical direction 82 Young codfish 84 W'dows' contributions 85 Tipped 15 One time 17 Brogan 18 Quick kitchen journey' 19 Bladed cool 20 Laqer or porter 22 Raccoon's cousin 23 Dental deg 86 Goalie's heroie.s 88 Couturiers' 89 Delights in 90 Intimidate 91 Twin sign 93 Shoulder insignia 24 Garage employee 26 Mother's boy 27 Signal 29 Viper or adder 94 Fed the baby 96 Laughable 98 Adman's motto' 99 USSR rebels 100 Belief 101 Wrestling techniques 32 Screen 34 Accessible 37 Kind of carrier 38 Fabled bird 39 Acknowledge 30 Commemorative 40 Town stone paint color' 31 Sheep 44 Salt counters' 45 Bypass 102 rtoist 103 Hero 1C4 Cu't dismissal 105 Spleen 106 Decorticates 107 I'm 108 Scourge 46 Computer facts 48 Boston staple 51 Sorrows 53 Humble or Boston cream 56 Coach 57 Construction beam 58 Wayne 774 109 Prv.ofiul pref 110 Aid for the infirm 112 Vampire 113 for short 114 Gab si 59 Nimble 62 Odin's son 63 Small barracuda 64 Male swan 65 Bullring sound 6P Fleur-de- 67 Adam's spouse CRYPTOGRAMS 1. TUYNTUQQ YHUD JUZZNF JGAD HLBNY T N J O n N ELY J II Y F A D 1.7.1 I U B N HO E O Z G D SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES ELB. Bv Earl Ireland O0H HDBEID WDPWOD YADl' EP AYWWPAD EN RE PI- O T DQCH9B F. N D M I D R E P I M P Y O U U D A E I P T END WORLDE. By India M. Sperry ana anaaci aaaaa i HanmH nan ancisa i aaaaaa anaaa aaaaa aaol aanan aanaa aaaa anaa aaaaa aaan aaaaa aautiaul anaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaaaa tanaaa aauati saaou aae QQQB QQQD1DB UUflCHJLJ anil man BoaaoH QQOEIBD saaaaB aaaaaa 0D00a auB rjQQD aaaaa aaaaa aaaaa onacuaa HQQGIDBQ QLJQBQ BBB QFJUHU QHQ 1974 by Chicago Tnbune-N Y. News Synd. Inc. World Rights SLIM ECLY N BI B A R M RBIXD TN UTO NETOD ALYY C DAZS -By Joynel Davidson A DY YL AADNG HA YLOONO. -By Roy Mendel Last Week's Cr.vptogrnms 1. If loopholes turn into sloop all be full of sunken .skiffs. 2. Sad benighted knight nskcd to be dekniffhtr-d one night. Calm payday has become 4. Tired little typist types dispiritedly. Wheat planting lower OTTAWA Roughly 52.8 million acres of the country has been planted with crops this down slightly from last Statistics Canada reported Friday. The wheat the country's principle is growing on about 23.86 million down from 24.76 million acres in 1973 and a 10-year average of 25.3 million acres. An unusually wet which forced farmers to seed other crops or to leave cropland in is credited with the lower-than- average wheat crop. World markets and prices for wheat and other grains remains a factor that has led Otto minister responsible for the wheat to call for a 28-million acre wheat crop this year. Summerfallow acreage in- creased to 26.4 million up from 25.5 million last year but down from a 10-year average of about 27.9 million acres. Barley devoted to Canada's principle feed grain also 11.99 million from 12.3 million acres last year. another feed are growing on about 7.29 million down from 7.7 million last year. on the other have planted more of the prin- ciple oilseed crops than last year. Flax has been planted on 1.5 million up from 1.45 million last year and rapeseed is growing on 3.26 million up from 3.15 million last year. Plantings of mixed grains dropped to 1.86 million acres from two million in 1973. but rye acreage increased to 000 acres from the year before The corn crop has been seeded on 1.42 million up from 1.31 million in 1973. There's Still Time.. and there's still good reason to HIRE A Hundereds of students of all ages have obtained summer employment with the help of the Student Manpower Centres in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. But there is still a need for jobs for many students for the remainder of the summer. If you need help for a a or any part of the balance of the student holiday period CONTACT THE HIRE-A-STUDENT OFFICE IN YOUR Blairmore Court House Bldg. Cardston M.D. Administration Bldg. Claresholm Sr. Citizens' Drop-In Centre Coaldale Sportsplex Building Fort Macleod Town Office Picture Butte North County Rec. Office Pmcher Creek M.D. Bldg. Box Taber Post Office Building Milk River Town Office Vauxhall Town Office Lethbridge 424 7th St. S. Counsellors Mavis Walmsley Dean Russell Shelly Matkm Lynn Baxter Linda Pavan BrendaTillsley Cheryl Davies Terry Bond Steve Lucas Elaine Conrad Marilyn Selk Maureen Yamashita Garrett Palmer and six staff members Phone Office Open 562-2633 Aug. 15 653-4244 235-3977 345-3960 234-4425 732-4774 627-3433 223-3232 647-3773 654-2556 327-2111 327-2112 327-2113 Aug 31 Aug. 15 Aug. 15 Aug. 31 Aug. 15 Aug. 23 Aug.31 Aug. 19 Aug. 15 Aug. 31 EQUIPMENT AUCTION August 3rd-10 a.m. Sale to be held in Perlich Bros. Auction Market Yard 3 miles east of Lethbridge on Highway No. 3 and 1A mile south TRACTORS MF 1130 diesel cab. large 1030 King row crop 3 pt 930 D. Comfort King row crop 3 pt G diesel hyd new heads JD 4020D good JD No. 148 front end 60 3 pt 8005 good condition TRUCKS AND EQUIPMENT Ford 800 tandem 534 5 speed 3 speed auxiliary trans 5th Fargo 3 new 5 speed ft. Trailmobile cattle aluminum wooden ft. Fruehaul cattle steel tin wooden wheel flat deck GMC 960 tilt V8 engine. 5 speed trans. 2 speed axle. Cab and chassis IHC 345 V8 air lift tag 5 speed trans 2 speed cab and chassis Chev 1 ton. 6 cyl engine and flat ton Mer- 4 wheel 292 V8 24 5th flat deck hay single 825x20 electric hyd tilt deck IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT mile Ireco wheel move irrigation sys- MT valves. openers TILLAGE EQUIPMENT ft Noble ft Edwards rod- ft JD rock picKer for front end ft land duplex Noble blade CARS 1 1967 Pontiac Laurentian 4 door V8 automatic Buick Wild- cat 445 engine' Anglia car HAYING AND HARVESTING EQUIPMENT straw SP No 215 A 12 ft. ft CCIL SP swathers. 1 No 42 Versatile pull type combine i Foster chaff saver. chaff saver. 12 ft PTO No. 55 SP combine 175 SP swather 18 ft Vpr- satile 15 ft. No. 400 hydrastatic arive SP 1 IHC No. 46 PTO 1 Farmhand bale ft Farmhne McKee harvester complete rear unloading prior No 228 JD hay con- ditioner to fit JD No 215A swather. 268 New Holland 269 New Holland completely reconditioned prior bale stook stacker hyd turnover. 717 New Holland forage harvester. 1 No 200 Case 46 IHC baler BEET HARVESTING EQUIPMENT 2 row potato PTO drive 2 row beet harvester row finder LIVESTOCK AND FEED LOT EQUIPMENT automatic electric 96 ft supplied by controlled 250 bus. capacity Wetmore mixer mill. PTO drive and cart 95 cu. 1 Better Bill liquid manure tank No 1050 U.S. gallon unloader wagon 1_1958 32 ft Rollo home 4 piece oil propane glass lined water 700x15 eleclnc fully insulated. Honda motor bike MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT ft. scoop A second gram sections Diamond post 1 phase HP electric motor starter switch Approximately board ft. of dimensional lumber List Your Equipment Nowl Contact Seles Manager Tony Vlrglnlllo Phone Coaldste SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. LOCUM in the hub of soulMrn iivMteek 11111 farming 3 mllos enat of Lethbridge en Highway No. 3 and mile rh Phono day night 329-3101 Company Licence No. 07146 Periled Lie. 010263 Bob Balog Lie. 067454 Tony Perlich Lie. 010292 ;