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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdny, Jan. J4, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGI HERALD 9 Rapeseed selling differences aired OTTAWA (CP) The farm- ers in the Commons were split Friday on whether rapeseed, the booming Prairie cash crop, should be sold through the Ca- nadian wheat board. Members of the New Demo- cratic Party were in favor of the idea. Conservatives gener- ally favored the present system of selling on the open market. The Liberal government kept the options open saying it is willing to accept sale of rye, flax aixl rapeseed by the board, if Hint is the desire of farmers. The board is Hie sole level marketing agency now for West- ern Canada wheat, oats and barley. The debate came up as the Commons gave final reading to a bill making some changes in Ihe wheat board. During earlier committee consideration, the main- feature of the bill, which would have put rape, rye, and flax under ttie board was de- leted. Justice Minister Otto Lang, who reports for the wheal board, told the Commons thai rapeseed producers seemed a' one stage to be eager that the grain, used to make cooking oils Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. APPOINTMENT LEE HARKER SchwarPz Agenciei (1972) Hi are pleased to announce Ihe ap polntment of lee Marker as on of our sales representatives. lee was with the Souther Alberla Co-Operoltve Associalio for T 8 years and is a marric man. He Invites all his friends an business associates to contai him for their realty needs. Phone him at 328-3331 or c his residence al 327-7911. jd margarine, be Included In e wheat board. But their posi- on had changed and many now 'emed to want an open mar- et. ASTENS PASSAGE He said the references to apeseed, rye and flax were de- ted to permit speedy passage the remaining sections. However, he was agreeable to ncluding the three commodities a later dale. Producers lould be allowed to consider ic matter further. Conservatives and Liberals efeated a proposed amendment y Alt Cleave oon-Biggar) that would have equired a plebiscite among reducers. The 15 New Democrats resent got support only from Ivree Social Credit MPs and tiie mendment was swamped 84 to 8 by the combined Liberals and Standing in the 264-seat Com- mons: Liberal 148, Conservative 72, New Democrat 25, Social Credit 13, independent 3, vacant After (he formal vote on the Heave amendment the House quickly gave the bill final read- ng without another vote. It now requires Senate passage to be- come law. liy 1'ETEU LEIC11N1TZ Canadian Press Staff Writer Sellers appeared to outnum- ber buyers during the majority of trading sessions on major Ca- nadian stock markets his week and result was wide-spread de- clines and quiet trading. Gold issues provided the only major exception as heavy in- dustrial and speculative buying of gold on international bullion markets forced the price of gold moderately higher. Profit-taking, however, claimed heavy losses in mauy sectors of the market. Canadian markets were generally lower throughout most of the week, pausing for a brief rally Wednesday. The industrial index of the To- ronto stock market, a major in- d i c a I o r of market trend, dropped 1.54 points during the week closing Friday at 202.38. At New York, an upward trend early in the week faded Thursday and Friday and most issues ended the week generally unchanged. On the Montreal and Cana- dian exchanges the composite index was down 3.53 points dur- ing the week, closing Friday at 208.76. Combined volume on the two exchanges was 8.75 million shares, compared with 7.35 mil- lion a week earlier. MARKET QUIET Trading activily on the To- ronto market was quiet during most of the session with a total of 10.11 million shares traded during the week, down from 11.62 million last week. Analysts said many investors bad withdrawn to the sidelines until the current market slump has run its course. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bank of Nova Scotia, 25 cents Aug. I, record June 30. Genstar Ltd., 30 cents July 13, record June 29. Ltd., class A 12 cents Sept. 15, record Aug. 15. Sobeys Stores Ltd., class A 10 cents July 17, record June 30. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker LCTHBRIDGI STEAM ENGINEERS Second class Steom Engineers with a valid British Columbia or Alberta Certificate required for a lulphur plant near Fort SI. John, B.C. Alberta S.A.I.T. graduates with o third clasi certificate and desirous of qualifying for o B.C. second class are invited to apply. Relocation expenses will be poid by tne Company and interviews will be arranged for Edmonlon or Calgary. Liberal Company benefits. Please reply to Box Number 133, Herald. APPOINTMENT! Wo am pleased to be appointed agent] for Friesen Advertising Specialties "Western Canada's Only All Canadian Priming Company" We have a selection of over 100 different scenes, available to you now, at a very reasonable cost. Sufficient time must be allowed lo have your 1973 calendars printed and delivered. If you have not ordered your supply as yet, we urge you to please do so immediately. We have a large supply of samples available. Contact MRS. M. WISKERKE BOX 969, COAIDALE, ALBERTA PHONE 345-4515 FORT WHOOP-UP AGENCIES LTD. Fort Whoop-Up Agenc'res Lid. is proud lo onnounce the ap- pointment of Tom Seines lo Sheir Real Estate and Insurance slaff. Tom it well known En the Insurance fieid having achieved the mfllion Dollar Club award for the yeor 1971. Tom recently taVen ths Real Estate courses offered by the Lethbridge Real Estate Board. We are confident that Tom can Toolc after all your Real Estate and Insurance needl. Contemplating buying or selling your property? Give Tom a calf. He will be glad to help you. Office 328-3251. Home 318-5990 Milk price hearings postponed EDMONTON (CP) Public hearings into applications by Alberta dairies to increase the wholesale and retail price of milk have been postponed until September. A spokesman for the public utililies board said Thursday the hearings, originally sched- uled to start Wednesday, were rescheduled to give companies involved more lime to prepare and submit briefs. The rescheduled dates are Sept. 1 in Red Deer, Sept. 5 in Camrose, Sept. 6 in Edmon- ton, Sept. 8 in Ponoka, Sept. 12 in Medicine Hat, Sept. 13 in Lethbridge and Sept 14 In Cal- gary. Bond prices Supplied by Doherty McCuaig Limited GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS Sept. 1, '72 100.00 100.20 Oct. 1, '75 97.00 98.00 July 1, '78 104.00 U5.00 Sept. 1, '83 79.00 80.00 Perp. 3 Sept. 15 40.00 42.00 Apr. 1, '75 100.75 101.25 Jul. 1, '75 102.00 103.00 l% Sept. 1, '92 82.00 83.00 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED BONDS Norway to buy Canadian planes OSLO (Renter) Norway plans to buy 22 CF-104 Starfigh tcrs from Canada for 136 million crowns a govern ment statement said today. It said the purchase price is subject to negotiations which are not complete. The planes will be stationed at the NATO airfield at Bodoe in northern Norway, the statement said. Defence ministry sources sail the deal includes complete over haul of the planes, training o pilots and ground crew as we! as spare equipment. Alberta Ontario 7 Ont Hyd 9 New Bi1 9ViS> Nfld 8 N. S. Quebec n% Alberla Man Hyd 8 To Sask BVi% NFld ACT 8 Man Tel 8 '90 104.00 106.00 '88 91.00 93.00 '94 107.00 109.00 '90 108.00 110.00 '74 100.00 102.00 '92 83.00 85.00 '74 100.00 102.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '91 93.00 100.00 '90 105.00 107.00 '90 106.00 108.00 '74 101.00 103.00 '74 101.00 103.00 jd lias 110 Woslern oil issues sulfered orae the largest losses dur-ng Ihe week. Some analysis aid thai this sector has revise gas estimates OTTAWA (CP) There is no neering work handled In nt-performing the rest of the narkel in recent weeks and ow some investors were plan to have the en-gy board revise estimates of anadian natural gas Mr. Woolliams said the total cost of the pipeline may run to heir Minister Donaia billion. Would Canada During the week, the (Reuler) said Friday. He was replying in the able to finance such venture? >il index of the Toronto market ropped 4.10 points, closing at 33.03. At New York, the Dow Jones nduslrial average of 30 key 1 u c -c Ii i p issues slipped .37 during Ihe week, first explosion in a new se-ies of French nuclear tests in le South Pacific has not yet jeen detonated because of ad-erse weather conditions, a rrench journalist in Tahiti said to Stan Schumacher (PC who suggested re-erves can be increased because f recent Arctic gas finds. Reserves are conspdered when he energy board rules on appli-ations for export of Macdonald said the project will be the largest undertaken in North America and certainly some foreign financing will be required. But he said ha hopes tliis will he in the form of debt which, when paid off, at journalist willi Radio Macdonald said leave the line B CanadiaD Tolal volume during I lie identified only as D. reserves" are closing Friday at speaking by and thus are not Tolal volume during he Papeele to reporters the reserve on Wall Street was 96.49 WooUiams hares, down from 77.37 understand they are North) asked what ACQUITTED a week trouble with of Canadian Italy (AP) An ap- Speculation that the she government wants for court has acquitted Amer- Slates may increase its said she knew gas pipeline along poet Allen Ginsberg of ob- >rice of gold resulted in (he Canadian River charges stemming from )uying in international Greenpeace Three- Macdonald said he 1967 poetry reading at the markets this week and Ihe reported to have reached talked to members of a of Two Worlds in vance resulted in area with an consortium Ginsberg was charged 7 Appendages 18 Notions 19 Visionary 20 Porch 25 Italian to mil v 27 Painter 31 Balance 35 Relievo 37 Adjust SS Caama DOWN 39 Dismounted 41-----bear 43TamarUk 44 Incendiarism 45 French river 46 Small dudci 47 Diminish 49 Canon 50 Function 52 Shrike- BSTennesseo 54 Plexui 57 So ma painting! 59 Ballot 60 Rubber trM 62 Portray 63 65 66 Cooking vesselt 70 Cubic measure 72 Dull color 75 New Guinei port 77 Gelderland city 78 Brolhcr Diagramless 21x22, by Betty Leary 1 A Wild smmal 6 Entertains 8 Island nation: 9 Japanese nama EO Holycns: abbr. 12FIQW8I 14 View M ACROSS 1S Vim 20 Road sign 23 Employed 24 Late dress designer 25 Arsb cloak 23 Piebatd 3-0 32 Preposition 33 Foot: Lst. 56 NaVal jhip: abbr. 39 Join, Tn a way 40 Tyros 43 At ceriain intervals 45 Designated 47 Weight units 48 Fasten 49 Mobiter'i bujinejs 50 Romanes la n 52 Animal 53 Mantairvng 57 Limpid 55 Harrison and CcK-varJ 62 Gloomy 63 Amve at 65 66Tniihful, for short 70 Grime 72 73 Lad 74Thealftr award 75 A! so 76 Direction .77 Numbsr 78 French pronoun 79 Com paii point 79 80 Ocean 82 Pour 83Mnunlairt vest 84 Pfains Indian 85 Declined 86 Batraehfan TJOWN 1 Meaiuring EiSMBI 2 Moslem commander G Have faith in 4 Camper 5 Keep 6 Napped 7 Soaked I2 European country i 15 Numerical prefix 16 Past 17Status----- 19 of time: abbr. 89 Arliil't 91 Grtttif 92 Agt 93 SWIM nvw 96 Golfer 99 Door pirt 20 Twirl 21 Facial wrinklft 22 Upon 25 Allege 26 "Saved by tfie-----" 27 Masculine nickname 29 Upper part 100 Chum 101 Famoui race horit 105CriBd 106 Stalls 1D3 Undresser 109 Diagonal 11 T 112 Condirrunt 31 Aniirdl writer 34 French 35 Thiict jonof Adam and others 36 Meal 33 Fir deck 119 Error 120 Chalky 121 Beset 122 Frtneh 41 Former White Houi iniliali 42 Core 43 44 Attention seller (6 Dealer in cloth 47 Beginninj 126 Puctar 127Aeca.ini 128 Foray i 129 Dirk 132 State-: abbr, 134 Air: comb. form fvar.) 137 Beetle ISBTenthol1 sen 140 141 CHolsr El Wee amount BSN.Zeateno1 parrot Confederate genera! E5 Kind of poll 56Turn liglit 57 Cramps BB Allows 60 At the end 61 Dam 62 NorworHr 64 Sharpens 65 Mine csr 67 Time period 68 Weapon 69 Inhabilsnt of: iuff. 71 River to lha North 1. IN CODE JOB SOLUTIONS OF LAST TTEF.K'S riiZZMB CRYPTOGRAMS s 'UNANYNANU" SQT "UNTRYHTNU" SCBGX ABGXNDB BdN-IBUT 3 S A R G T TJ B C N D ----By Atcnibald V. 2.STRIP IOKXAV VKBMAVXIP KBEH KB SEARCH IMAPIBVI. EBH aangct nnu nnmnniim nn EinnM Hnnn nnnn SS Rijin QPinn flnnn nnntii H nBti nnnnncincui onci i a an Gjaaa QQQH aa QEIHB utuaa n [arjSQDjDCi QQD niTJElGlB QuICilll I QEJtSGI CICIGIHtlPl3CIH HdUHnnl El 9 911 E1EK3H OHntin nrJQ I QEIEICI QQQD BO 133 QQQnWirj] JOE! GIUQB flUCIFl FfQIIRI CTtlHJ J. YDIASUD PY LOV DIVAS. 4. UR .SLY TWHUBT-ER SLY- OWS Henry Gelmaiv OVADPUV TV YDSt ----By Nathan W. OWSTWnUET PWA EPTLSA. BfA.V.McIi i. Vn rfttn op knittioj the wool nothing I knitted fitUd. y. trotic tiopiraT erfiemriy tnnntnmentaHo raise. 3. Choice: clulii.diamondj.nearts, qudei, no Irumpjbid or double. 4. Bold tailor vild 1972 by Chiogo Tribune N.Y. News Synd. Inc. 4 World ;