Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
J2-THE LETHBRIDGE July Price support program for fishermen OTTAWA mil- ion price support program East Coast fishermen was an- lounced Tuesday by Don regional economic expansion after .alks with Newfoundland Premier Frank Moores. A fisheries department spokesman later said the price support program would apply to all fishermen affected in the Atlantic provinces and Atlantic Quebec. The two men also announc- ed a program to replace gear losses suffered by New- foundland fishermen in heavy ice conditions this year. In a series of federal and provincial public works programs will be stepped up to provide alter- nate employment for the approximately New- foundland fishermen who lost gear. Mr. Jamieson said the price support expected to cost million in the initial will include three promotional campaign to sell high fish inventories on OUR PORK AND BEEF...WILL FREEZER FRONTS of BEEF Canada AlindAZ SIDES of BEEF SIDES of PORK 60 to 70 Ib. ivt. Ib............ 79 1 63 c 03 STEAK PAC lOlbs.T-BONE 10 Ibs. CHUCK STEAK 5 Ibs. RIB STEAK 5 Ibs. SIRLOIN 8 Ibs. GROUND SHOULDER 38 Ibs. 68 50 PACC 20 Ibs. RIB ROAST 10 Ibs. ROUND STEAK 10 Ibs. LOIN STEAK 10 Ibs. PORK CHOPS 10 Ibs. SPARE RIBS 10 Ibs. HAMBURGERS 10 Ibs. SHOULDER ROAST 85 Ibs. for 125 50 HAMBURGER Ib. STEAK ROUND STEAK ib. 1.39 CHUCKSTEAK ib. 95' 0 RUMP ROAST CROSS RIB ROAST Ib. Ib. PORK CHOPS Loin or Rib End........................ Ib. 159 145 105 1. Budget a Beef 2. We use only the top grades of beet 3. We do CUStOm Cutting and pork from Government Inspected plants. Prices effective August 1. 2. 3. RANCHLAND MEATS WESTMINSTER SHOPPING MALL WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. U.S. markets because many eastern processors have re- ported record fish stocks coupled with inadequate mar- kets and prices. assistance program to help processors with especial- ly large inventories. credit assistance for processors who have used all financing available from chartered banks. Mr. Jamieson said details of the program are being worked out and will be announced later. The minister and the premier also said a special study group has been set up to co-ordinate efforts to ease the burden for hard-hit fishermen in Newfoundland. The group will be headed primarily by personnel from the regional economic expan- sion but will include representatives from other federal and provincial government departments and agencies. No further details were announced. Premier whose visit included a half-hour meeting with Prime Minister said the gear replacement program will be financed jointly by his govern- ment and Ottawa. Mr. Jamieson said Ottawa would pay about 53 per cent of the total if the cost is million and about 60 per cent if it rises to million. Gear losses this suf- fered primarily by fishermen on the northeast coast of New- have been es- timated at million to million. Mr. Jamieson and New- foundland Fisheries Minister Harold Collins sat in on the meeting between Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Moores. Mr. in a telegram to Mr. Trudeau earlier this described fishing con- ditions this year as most disastrous in living memory.'' The premier said he found in his talks that the federal government is fully aware of circumstances facing the fishing industry in par- hard-hit fishermen in his province. Sears CHILDREN'S GYM SETS 6 Leg Gym Set 4 Leg Gym Set 59 99 Reg. 74.98 6 leg gym set has two swings and sky- shooter. 53 99 Reg. 67.98 Consists of 2 skyshooter and slide. Made of sturdy tubing. Jr. Gym Set 4 legs made of tubing consists of 2 swings and skyshooter. Reg. 24.98...................... 19 99 6 Leg Gym Set Consists of 2 swings and sky- shooter. Reg. 51.98 40 99 at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Simpsons-Sears Ud. Open daily from a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 Military show A Canadian Forces Huey helicopter hovers above a West German tank at an Armed Forces Day public demonstration of Canadian and West Ger- man at Man. Grain quotas ready WINNIPEG Opening grain quotas for the 1974-1975 crop year were announced Tuesday by the Canadian wheat board and will go into effect Aug. 12. The quotas are three bushels a quota acre for durum and barley and ten bushels for oats. They will apply to all grades of grain in all Prairie shipping blocks. Commissioner R. M. Esdale said the quotas will not open for two weeks in order to give elevator managers a break. deliveries to country elevators have been at record levels during the past two and elevator managers have been working many extra hours to meet the needs of their he said. There will be no quota restrictions on the delivery of flax or rapeseed during the crop year that begins and deliveries of feed grains for domestic use will not be subject to delivery quotas unless elevators become congested. Tiger kills Indonesia Tigers have killed 35 villagers in Palembang central in 1972 and 1973 a district administrator reported Monday. He said special hunting parties arranged by police with the help of local marksmen have failed so far to track down the striped killers. Canada reinforcements settle into barracks Cyprus Canadian reinforcements for the United Nations peace force settled into barracks here Tuesday following an ex- hausting day of travel climax- ed by a three-hour convoy through the quiet Medi- terranean night to this tense Cypriot capital. As the haif-mile-long convoy bearing 60 commando troops headed through the hilly coun- Greek natives watch-. ed from their homes while Greek-Cypriot police waved Millionaire store heir charged VANCOUVER Millionaire Jeffrey David has been charged with breaching his probation. an heir to the Army and Navy Department store failed to adhere to a court order to report to his probation officer monthly. He was to appear before his probation officer last Wednesday but didn't show. A summons was issued Thursday. Cohen was located Tuesday by warrant squad officers and is scheduled to appear in provincial court Friday. Last Cohen was fined in provincial court for possession of cocaine and was given a two-year suspended sentence on a charge of possessing heroin. He pleaded guilty both charges May 10. Judge John Layton said that if Cohen did not report monthly to his probation officer he could be sent to jail. Cohen is reported to receive an annual salary of and his net worth is estimated at million. Luck changes R.I. Newton Roberts has been playing the lottery in Western Australia for 30 years and hasn't won bloody But after just four weeks here the 48-year-old department store manager from Bunbury won in the Rhode Island lottery Monday. He said he will use most of the winnings to p for a recently- purchased yacht. the 20-vehicle train through various checkpoints set up on the road between this city and the British air base of Akrotiri in the south. The members of the Canadian Airborne Regi- ment led by Col. Guy landed at the British base be- cause earlier fighting on the island had badly damaged the Nicosia airport. The men had been in high spirits throughout the trip from their home b.'ise in Ed- but quickly took on a sombre professional tone following a pro-landing brief- ing by their commander. Lessard told his men over an intercom on the armed forces 707 that Turkish troop strength on the island is approaching and they had extended their holdings following attacks on two Greek villages in the Kyrenia region in the north. The Turks also had asked the UN force to leave Turkish military districts and would not allow them to escort any convoys trying to bring food to isolated Greek he said. Lessard is to take over com- mand of the bulk of Canadian troops on Cyprus. A con- tingent of 486 on the island since the first com- mando group of the will be joined by about 450 ad- ditional men as the week progresses. On the flight Lessard said the job facing his special- ly trained all volunteers versed in parachuting and commando fighting techni- would require patience and diplomacy. Leaves hospital General Francisco the ailing Spanish smiles as he leaves Madrid clinic after three weeks of hospitalization.