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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta r, June mi Evening work In this early evening scene, a young woman spreads wheat in a truck bed to make room for more to come from combine tpout on a wheat farm north of Mayfield, Kansas. A record yield of the golden grain is expected in the state._______________ New head of B.C. cellulose company expects busy time limit Gov't offers aid to livestock breeders EDMONTON (CP) Finan- cial aid to livestock breed associations, semen producers, breeders and livestock export- ers, to a maximum of in any year with a limit of 000 to any individual, firm or I Alberta breeding stock, semen association, w i 11 be provided and livestock "know-how" exist under a plan announced by the Alberta department of agricul- ture. Marketing opportunities for in many parts of the world, said Dr. Glen Purnell, deputy minister of agriculture and chairman of the board of the Food rationing WASHINGTON (AP) Earl Bute, United States secretary of agriculture, has predicted short- ages of meat and poultry in the United States, but other eco- nomic officials say the possi- bility of food rationing is "ex- tremely Butz told the Senate banking committee Monday that Presi- dent Nixon needs standby au- thority to reduce agriculture ex- ports to solve the shortage problem. He said the squeeze between high feed prices and the freeze on prices of food at the con- sumer level is hurting poultry raisers, forcing hog producers to sell off breeding stock, and causing cattlemen to keep beef off the market. Through the new program (he agency will share in ex- penses for trade missions, par- ticipation at international fairs and exhibitions, livestock se- men sales, technical training programs in developing coun- tries, and other related pro- jects. "We do not plan to compete with market development assis- tance offered by the federal de- partment of Industry, Trade and Commerce said Dr. Pur- neU. Applicants first must apply for assistance from ITC if such assistance is available. The Al- berta exports agency will share the remainder of total costs In- volved. For programs not quali- fying for ITC support, the agency will share costs with the applicant." In addition to costs of mar- ket promotion and develop- ment, provision will be made to develop long term financing programs associated with live- stock and semen sales to for- eign countries. Applications will be review- ed by the livestock and semen commodity team, one of four teams established to take a leading role in the department of agriculture's overall market- ing emphasis. VANCOUVER (CP) When Columbia Cellulose changes its name to Canadian Cellulose June 29 and the British Colum- bia government becomes its major shareholder, will the us- ual company abbreviation COLCEL become CANCEL? Ron Gross, company pres- ident designate, winces at the thought and says: "that's another thing we have to do, settle on a name." The 39 year old executive says he is prepared for a busy time during the next few years, trying to build a sold, profit- able company out of an ailing forest complex. He said that unlike Ocean Falls, which is a crown cor- poration, the govern- ment is simply a shareholder in Canadian Cellulose through a holding company to be called B.C. Cellulose. The holding company will have 79 per cent of Canadian Cellulose shares, with the rest divided among individ- uals and institutions, mostly in Canada. GUARANTEE DEBT The B.C. government's only other involvement is a guaran- tee of the company's longterm debt. "I can see there are prob- lems because of the govern- ment's public Mr. Gross said. "But there are problems that c6me up from time to time with any major shareholder we may be for- tunate the major shareholder is right here in B.C. and not else- where." He said the company will, in effect, be on its own after its board of directors is chosen June 29. "The government has made it clear that it wants professional Mr. Gross said. "One thing that has impressed me is the way it has been tak- ing sound professional advice before making its decisions." He said the government indi- cated a hope for wider public ownership in the company, pro- NATIONAL COURTESY CARD' LEASING The motor venlcle acscnDsd on Back of tnli idcntifi- Cltlon Ctra tut Been from t Ford Authorized Lcjflng System of Canidl Lenor (named It would Be appreciated if every courtesy Including prompt and quality service ana any fleet discounts on parti extended to tne operator or tms venicie. National Identification Card Predictable Costs Can Include License Insurance FREE'S Total investment usually less than Adaptable to private individual as well as business Current model prestige Easy way to get second car Contact our leasing dept. for the one best rats Division of SUPERIOR MOTORS TABER LTD. LEASING Phone 223-3537 vided its performance is satis- factory. He said Canadian Cellulose, like any other still has to attract capital and make an adequate return on its in- vestment. He said the first step will be to draw up new financial state- ments for the company, based on its new position. "By fall, we will have a pro- gram sorted out and priorities set he said. "The first is providing fiscal integrity for the employees and sharehold- ers." FACE PROBLEMS Two problems he said the company must tackle are pollu- tion control for the 500-ton-per- day sulphite mill at Prince Ru- pert and the overdue expansion of the company's Castlegar op- eration. He said the major problem with the sulphite mill is the cost of completing pollution re- quirements for its toxic efflu- ent, as high as million. The Castlegar operation is due for expansion as a matter of natural growth, he said. In the 1960s when it could have been expanded all available money was tied up in the mon- ey-losing Prince Rupert facil- ity. Mr. Gross said improved earnings were "about 10 years away" but he added the com- pany's northern operation goals are consistent with the general economic development in the area. "Not many company's have this unique he said. Musician held in drug case LONDON (Reuter) Keith Richard, 29, lead guitarist with the Rolling Stones pop-music group, was arrested today and charged with possessing mari- juana following a police raid on a London house. Also arrested and charged with possessing marijuana were actress Anita Pallenberg, 30, and actor Prince Jean Stanilas Klossowski, 30. ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT TO PAY YOUR CITY TAXES City Property Taxes are Now Due and Must be Paid by FRIDAY, JUNE 29th or a penalty of 1% per month (July to 2% for November and 2% for December will be at- tested on all overdue taxes. IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO TAKE CARE Of YOUR TAXES NOWI CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WE RE FEATURING QUALITY, AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE Your Local Independent Grocer 642 13th St. N. Phone 328-5742 MIHALIK'S Phone 328.5472 for FREE City Delivery On Large Orders Store Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We sell only the highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices. SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS Prices Effective June 28, 29, and 30 We reserve the right to limit quantities. SUPER SAVE FOODS BELLEVUE, ALBERTA PHONE 564-4638 PINEAPPLE JUICE DOLE....................48 fl. oz. tins SOUP TOMATO or VEGETABLE PURITAN..................10 fl. oz. tins TOAAATOES CONTADINA CHOICE____19 fl. oz. tins BEANS with PORK GLEN VALLEY..............14 fl. or. tins PINEAPPLE CRU5HED t or SLICES KON TIKI 19 fl. oz. tins CATELLI DINNERS MACARONI and CHEESE......7 oz. net wt. EVAPORATED MILK CARNATION..........15 fI. oz. tins BARBECUE SAUCES ONION or ONION and MUSHROOM HEINZ.................... 13 fl. oz. bottle 3 89 O for 1 4.1 e.'i DEI ICU HOT DOG SWEET KCLDn or HAMBURGER HEINZ....................12 fl. oz. jor 3.1 BUNS HOT DOG or HAMBURGER f McGAVIN'S ...................12's for SALAD DRESSING KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP...............48 fl. oz. jar SHRIMP PINK SEAL fl. oz. tins BATHROOM TISSUE S1 SILK ASSORTED COLORS................8 roll pack SCOn NAPKINS RAINBOW GIANT SIZE..................180's ENCORE DETERGENT S1'29 LAUNDRY..................5-lb. net wt. pkg. I PERFECT BLEACH 192 fl. oz. jug CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES H KINGSFORD........................10-lb. net wt. I LIGHTER FLUID 4C0 ESSO BARBECUE................32 fl. or. tin 35' MAYFAIR FOODS MEATS We invite you to try our meats "The Best fn Town." We will cut our meats to suit your re- quirements. Chuck Steaks Rib Steaks 10 1 OIL. CA anori KIDS Regular Beef or Burns 75 Coil Sausage Sliced Sausage Sticks 99" PRODUCE Canada No. 1 Corn On The Cob 6.69 Nectarines 6ra, lb 59 10 Jumbo Onions 2 43 10' California Canada No. 1 New Potatoes Fresh Mushrooms; Watermelon Canada No. 1 oz. pkg. Ripe, Juicy...... Ib. FROZEN FOODS Lemonade Mushrooms Cream Pies 12 ez. DAIRY FOODS Velveeta Cheese Sliced Cheese Margarine Kraft 2-lb. net wt. Kraft 5 Varieties 8 oz. net wt. Harvest Brand net wt. ;