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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wcdnosdoy, May 27, 1970 Old Moon Rock Unique HOUSTON (Reuters) A space scientist has discovered that a rock brought back from the moon by Apollo 12 in Nov- ember is chemically unique and highly radioactive, it was an- nounced Tuesday. The lemon-sized rock is about years old and "clearly the oldest rock yet found on the the Unit States space agency said. It is unique in that it has times as much uranium, tho ium and potassium as any oth lunar rock brought back b American astronauts, it was n ported. Samples of tlie rock are beta examined by space agency ar Horse Lovers Save Colt After Mother's Death EDMONTON (CP) A 17- day old colt whose mother died shortly after giving birth Salary Increase For Teachers DRUMHELLER (CP) A 5.8-per-cent salary increase in 1969-70 for the 88 Drumhellef school teachers is included in a new contract. The teachers and Drumheller Valley School Division No. 62 announced settlement of the contract after negotiations last- ing almost a year. The new con tract provides for a starting salary of for those a bachelor's de- gree and increasing to after 10 years' teaching experi- ence. now is thriving because of t generosity of horse lovers. The colt, owned by the D vid Johnson family of (lie She wood Park suburb of Edmoj ton, was in danger of dyin when it did not respond to thei efforts to feed it after its mot er died. The family, however, recei ed about 200 telephone calls o feting help and advice after front page picture in the E monton Journal revealed t colt's plight. Mrs. Johnson said'the colt ra lied well with an oatmeal mis ture suggested by one caller. HARD WORKER John Wesley, founder of tl Methodist Church, travelle more than miles horseback and preached sermons, many in open field in support of his belief. WE NEED USED LAWN MOWERS! And To Get 'Em We're Offering EXTRA GENEROUS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE! But this comes with it! wiMEY-LECTRIiTStarter Turn a off and mowing. No problem. No problem starting for years, either, with your battery charger (each charge gives you up to 80 KEY-LECTRIC Starter's built to last like all TORO features. Like: the new rear safety shield and the single-action bagger. Trust a TORO. Trouble-free as mowing can be, TORO. _jf_. CONVENIENT TERMS! Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. Nighlsl Downtown 606-608 3rd Ave S. Phone 327-5767 North-Lelhbridge 324 13th St. N. Phone 328-4441 university scientists in the U.S. and Britain. The new find was announced jointly at Uie Manned Space- craft Centre here and at a meeting in Leningrad of the space research committee of the International Council of Sci- entific Unions. The U.S. space agency said the rock weighs three ounces. Color variation suggested it came from some place other than the spot on which it was found, in the so-called Ocean of Storms. "It now appears that we have recovered from the surface Of the moon a sample that dates back almost to the formation of the solar space agency scientists said. "We conclude from tliis that some parts of the surface of the moon must have remained essentially unchanged since this time." SOME WEIGH MORE The average weight of an ele- phant's tusk is about 55 pounds some exceed 100 pounds. New Grain Act Labelled Too Broad OTTAWA (CP) The Canada Grains Council today criticized a proposed Canada grain act for being "too broad" in its attempt to impose its will on the grain industry. In a brief submitted to the Commons agriculture commit- tee, the council said the pro- posed bill "infringes upon and is an erosion of the basic principle of management's right to estab- lish, administer and supervise its operations." The council took exception to proposed expanded powers by the federal grains commission which, under the new act, would make decisions with respect to utilization of storage space and mixing of grain. This would not be in the best interest of encouraging a healthy grain industry, the council said. The council groups grain ele- vator operators, millers, grow- ers, transporters and grain ex- change representatives. HESENTS ADVICE Dr. William J. Parker of Man- itoba Pool Eelevators said the present board'of grain commis- sioners is not in a position to dictate to elevator operator? how to "run their business." "There's nobody on the present board who knows how to run an elevator. They should prove they know how to run tho elevator business and even the farmers should have final say." Dr. Parker said f ai'mers should have the power to decide where elevators will be situated because "the farmers are pay- ing for them.' Alexander M. Rtinciman, president of United Grain Grow- ers Ltd., said the basic frame- work of the proposed act "is not in question." But any action on the bill "should be deferred to provide ample which all in- terested parties may receive a reasonable hearing by the House standing committee on agriculture." "And it should be deferred to allow the recommendations of the agriculture committee to be presented to the House of Com- mons." Mr. Runciman said there is "no possibility of the govern- ment operating a grain industry in an effective imist lie with the companies involved rather than the government." ACT WAS GOOD He said that although the pro- bill holds the future of tho grain industry in Canada, the present act has been a useful piece of legislation for about 40 years with only minor amend- ments for administrative expe- diency. "It would appear reasonable that, as an interim measure, special problems such as pro- tein, or non-visual grading can be handled within the frame- work of the present act." Mr; Runciman told Gerald Cobbo that he be- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 lieves Canada is losing grain sales because it does not have a protein grading system. "For certain markets and certain customers, it is becom- ing apparent that we are losing sales. "The country should be In a position of having a guaranteed grade of gfain if it is required by a purchasing country." SECOND LARGEST The second-largest city to New Hampshire is Nashua, with a population of about 40.000. LICENCED MECHANICS REQUIRED IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT Excellent working conditions and fringe benefits. Diesel experience an, asset, but not essential. Third or fourth year apprentices will be considered. Contact: MR. K. 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