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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22-TNC IETKRR1DGE MERAID Itunxlnv. Mcmli 16, post oicn economic future. for O'll'AWA UT> do signed to nuike millions move dollars available tor home uviv announced in the Commons Monthly by Urban At- fjiii's Minister Item At the same tinii', lie tout'lied on othpi" providing om source dc- scribed as "jmiKi-uuiHi-mil- lions" of dollars ti> improve tlic quality of urban neighborhoods. Thc government plans clucie: and disndvanliiLied v.iier- I hey are to be found in Caiuukt." The plans, still before cabinet ami announced by Mr. liasford, iuchule a "publicly-m-nod resi- dential mwtgage bunk" where ro-sitlcntial mortgages inay be bought and sold, just as JUT .sold tin (he bond market. sort of '''trading post" for home loans under which mort- gages can be houghL ami sold. This is designed to get more money from such imillL-million dollar operations as pension funds into the mortgage market. -Federally cli.iv tor eel instiUi- noime: future Kcuuccd to Us simplest terms, j nation, it is a trading jiost for tuoi't- in- i aiui its objective is to yet such multi-million dollar fund I'.y fOUN I.KCl'M i Ohsi-rver .Srivu-c Kor Hie f i r I time since the Sudan llcpublie achieved its jmk'pctidenee in from tlic coudomiiiion of Brilnin iiml Kgypl, Ibis biggest sovereign territory of Africa about to oxpericlife JKMCO ;tm3 the prospect of building its cco- Sod an moving into first era of peace lu I't'i's will positions words. Auyatiya offi- move into cimuilLiiul in tin- national ai'iny in tlic senior ranks nl ihe jest of the army. This ar- rangement is intended to vitlc safeguards for the south- ic some, opposition from certain rlemctds in tlie ruling However, Nmnciry's authority is such lo- clny tliat short of dqw.sing him ttie agreement SL; slue lo ln> ratified. there are unforeseen lulclie.s the next step will IMS to follow up holders as pension funds, charier banks and trust compa- the home market. I'ntil now. these organizations have sometimes been reluctant to enter the mortgage market because it is not easy at present tions similar to the savings and 10 dispose of mortgages, to get loan associations that provide I investment money out if neednd. considerable mortgage money without a fairly large loss, in the United Slates. They J Under the t railing-po.sl con- would get the small investors cop there will be mi assured into the market. way of disposing of mortgages Mr, Basford expanding with ;t minimum of loss. on sections of the speech from the throne Feb. 17 at the open- ing of the current session of Parliament. He tiki not mention j low interest loans that re- ported at the time to be part of Keporls of dm (I ,'igree- j to end the war emer.s lure breach of the but it will also guarantee tlie inlogrily of the Sudan's nation- al ai'iny. If tieneraL Lago should vrish fease-firc try inslallinj; an interim regional assembly and cabinet fur the south, with its own president, under the ar- rangements for tlic autonomy of the southern provinces with a any passible fu- j it js expected IliaL these fur- i federal-type constitution. Iher negotiations may last pos- j these have been sibly another few weeks, per- taken tlie hufie task will begin haps a monih at most. Unless of bringing back Ihc GOO 300 southern refugees from ncigh- bouriiY! Uganda, ttlhiopiii, Zaire anil (lie Central Afnean Uepub- lie, anil to arrange for ttie one million or so refugee's living in the bush in the southern Sudan to return to their abandoned farms and villages. This vast resettlement will be accompan- ied by a joint Sudanese and in- ternational effort lo repair Hie ravages of the long war. With -security restored, it will lic'come possible to withdraw the Sudan army from the south, will not only mark tlic return rangemenls before finally coin- milting himself, it is likely that o meeting will be arranged be- tween himself end Genera' Nu- nie'.ry (the two know each other as former colleagues in t li e army.'i On Xumoiry's side it is Feb. ?-j in Addis Ababa by No-! wivahlc that the draft agroe- Guerrilla to die ISTANBUL A money available for home mort- number of the Turkish Peoples gages. TO IMPROVE QUALITY He said amendments to the j murder last May of the Israeli National Housing Act that Par-1 consul-general here, liament will be asked to consi- der "are intended to provide a wide range of assistance to im- prove the quality of urban "We intend to provide a wide mciry's representatives and delegation representing b o Ui the Sudanese r e 1) e I movement, the Anyauya, ami oilier southern Sudanese nalion- alist groups. T h o southerners1 delegates were then reluming with the draft agreement to the secret headquarters of the Anyanya in the southern Sudan and to the external posts of their national- ist organisations in Uganda, _ ______ Liberation Army Wednesday for Kenya, Britain anil France to his part in Ihe kidnapping and BODIES CREMATED BANGKOK (AP) King Blu- mibol of Thailand touched range of choices for meeting needs of low-income families ORGAN RENTAL by month PRUEGGER-S no SHI ft. fc 117.7314 fiery torch to a funeral pyre Wednesday to cremate the bod- ies of 651) soldiers, airmen, po- licemen and civil servants who explain the arrangements to tbo various constituent parts of the southern liberation movement to get them endorsed. AGREEMENT Provided both sides accept the proposals, the agreement will be formally ratified, and the cease-fire will be al once enforced. 13ut, in fact, tlie lull- ing has already stepped in thn sontbern Sudan since both !ho officials, soldiers, schooltoach- ers, policemen and other gov- ernment employees killed by Communist terrorists in the last year. and up INCOME TAX prepared by computer Set up especially for the typical Canadian family, Beneflcial's Income Tax Service is fully computerized. Your tax return infor- "mation is cafcufated and triple-checked for the lowest tax by one of Canada's most modern computer services...especially pro- grammed to do your taxes. Act now. Avoid the rush. Call thc Beneficial Finance office near you, or just drop in. You're good for more at Beneficial. Beneficial IncpmeTax Service A Serrice of Ike Beneficial Finance System CORNER 4TH AVE. 6TH ST., LETHBRIDGE (Woolworth 327-8565 OPtH EVENINGS BV FOR fcOUKS ...jd last year in' the line of and thc Anyanya duty. The coffins incluudeel 345 "avc observed an informal cease-lire since thc talks for a negotiated settlement opened in Adciis Ababa three weeks ago. Thus, for the first lime since I the Equatoria Army, compris- ing mostly southern soldiers, mutinied Aug. 18. 1954, some- thing like a condition of peace already prevails in the three southern provinces of the vast land of Sudan. The key figure among t h c southern Sudanese, whose sig- nature is needed, is General .Jo- seph Lago, the Anyanya's mili- tary commander. It would be surprising if he refused to sign. Not only was his chief lieuien- ant, Colonel Maggot, among thc delegates at Addis Ababa who accepted the draft agreement, but thc whole of the southern negotiating team was personal- i ly approved by him. The only possible snag from Lago's side is that he might stil] require further clarification about the details for incorpor- ating the Anyanya ijito Ule na- tional army. Most of the diffi- culties during the negotiations were over Ibe future structure of the Sudan's national army, and especially about its size and role in tlie southern Su- dan. TWO SAFEGUARDS Tlie proposals envisage two safeguards for both sides. First, the southerners will be represenled in the national army in numerical proportion _ to the populations of the south- r ern and northern provinces. Secondly, the national amiy's forces in the south will com- prise a substantial proportion of southerners, while the senior command posts will be divided in agreed proportion between the southerners and the north- erners. his council of be ministers; bull Gonorrhea drug set for market TORONTO (CP) A new an- tibiotic, proven effective against all strains of gonorrhea, will be introduced for use in Canada next month, a United States pharmaceutical firm announced Tuesday. The Upjohn Co. said the drug Trobicin, which it manufactures already, has been tested in clin- ics across Canada, including Women's College Hospital here. Tlie company said some strains of gonorrhea that hava proven resist ant to penicillin and other antibiotics can suc- cessfully be treated with Trobi- cin. Dr. Kathleen Givan, head of the division of microbiology at Women's College Hospital, said i one of the advantages of the drug is that it has no other use than to kill gonorrliea organ- isms. This means that, develop- ment of organisms resistant to thc drug should be very slow, i she said. Water user 11 director required TABER (HNS) Nomina- tion date for Taber ID electoral division 1, BarmveU Cranford, will be Wednesday, March 15, and nominations must be filed at the TID office by 5 p.m. Incumbent director w hose term is expiring is P. (Bill) Kirkvold. Should an election be requir- ed, voting hy all water users ivill take place at the Royal Canadian Legion HaU from ID a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 29. 1 Thc annual meeting will he j held the same day, starting at p.m. Reports of directors, mana- ger and the superintendent will he presented. The auditor's report and fi- nancial statement for the cal- endar year 1D71 will lie review- ed Both Locations NORTH and SOUTH brazier sale Buy one nf regular price. Get another of equal value for only......; NORTH STORE 1 516 13th ST. N. PHONE 327-4855 2 DAYS ONLY Friday and Saturday MARCH 17th-18th SOUTH STORE 1152 M.M. Drive S. 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