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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Widmtrfoy, Nov.mtm 3, 1971 THE UTHMIDGE HERAID _ 27 BEAUTY BY MILLIONAIRE Patricia Wolfson who was sued in London by Ralph Stolkin, 54, an Ameri- can millionaire, to get back gifts worth almost is shown with her husband, David Wolfson, at their marriage in London in 1962. Slolkin, from Los Angeles, claimed Mrs.'Wolfson, 33, daughter of a British textile merchant, reneged on a promise to marry him. She had begun her friendship with Stolkin in July, 1966. The Wolf- sons were divorced in December, 1966. Soybean fanners will lose millions By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A record soybean harvest overflowed storage facilities in Alabama, threatening United Slates farmers with losses of millions of dollars unless ships tied up by a dock strike begin to move the crop. Alabama shipping and agri- cultural interests joined in an urgent appeal to President Nixon to intervene in the 32-day strike by the International Longshoremen's Association at East and Gulf Coast ports. No talks were scheduled in New York where an ILA walk- out precipitated the tieup. Se- cret negotiations covering south Atlantic ports resumed Monday in Tampa, Fla., but little head- way was reported. Similar reports of no progress came from Washington where talks in the West Virginia and Kentucky coal striko resumed Monday. The national price tag for the coal walkout approached million in lost wages, sales and taxes. SEEK PAY HIKE The striking United Mine Workers union is seeking an in- crease in basic pay to 550 from S37 a day and doubling of the present 40-cents-a-ton manage- ment contribution to the union pension fund. In the dock strike, approxi- mately two million bushels of soybeans now are stored in the port of Mobile, Ala., awaiting shipment. Both public and pri- vate storage facilities are filled. Agricultural officials said farmers, who now are harvest- ing their main crop of late soy- beans, face multi-million-dollar losses unless they can get that crop stored within the next few- days. They estimate the total Ala- crop will reach a record 17 million bushels, worth about 547 million. Work continued at all 24 West Coast ports, as it has with few exceptions since the administra- tion invoked the Taft-Hartley 80-day "cooling off" provision to end a 100-day longshore strike. The Pacific Maritime Associa- tion said a backlog of 150 loaded ships that accumulated at the West Coast ports before the strike's end had been reduced to as. FEAR MARKET LOSS In the state of Washington, wheat growers said they fear losing markets to Canada and Australia if the strike resumes when the cooling-off period ex- pires. They said Asian buyers will find other sellers to ensure February wheat deliveries. Few ports on either coast re- ported any serious shortages as a result of the tieups. Most East and Gulf coast importers antici- pated the strike and were well stockpiled when it came. And the rewned activity on the West Coast has eased the situation there. "Merchandise is starting to come off the ships now; a month ago we weren't doing so said a spokes- man for a chain of California stores that sell mainly imported goods. New York shippers say some Christmas goods are aboard in the 52 ships tied up in the port, principally Christmas foodstuffs from Italy, Poland and other nations. Insurance agents seek car checks EDMONTON (CP1 Alber- ta insurance .xscnts today agreed to approach Uic gov- ernment to ask that compul- sory inspection of all motor ve- hicles registered in the prov- ince IM? introduced. Commenting on (lie resolu- tion about such inspection that promoters hard liil FRANCISCO (API-Pro- moters of hard-core sex enter- tainment are crying about hard times, even in this city once la- belled the "Smut capil.il of the U.S." Five "adult" theatres have closed in less than one year. Others are playing mostly to empty seals. Cu-lomcrs used to pay as much as Sll a Xmv they can have nolhing leil lo their imaginations for as as M cenls. Tim pornography promoters blame a varn'lv of Ihings: Too much police ha- rassmcnl and aitcr Uvo years apathy. was passed at the agents an- nual meeting, Yale .loffe. in- cominp president of t he association, said members throughout the province are becoming increasingly con- cerned about lack of control over the condition of cars on the highway. "A significant number of a'.itos involved in accidents be-! come involved because of de-1 fects. In addition, an unknouTi number of vehicles are oper-; alcd on the highway with faulty equipment which contri- bute to accidents without ac-! tually being involved in them. Mr. Joffe said in a news re- lease that vehicles should be inspccled once a year to en- sure that they meet an ade- quate safely standard. Loan approved for Kdmonlou OTTAWA (CP) The ap- j proval of a loan to as- sist in construction of a senior housing development in Kdmonton was announced today by Central Mortgage and lions- i ing Corp. The loan will a.ssist in con- slruelinn of a four-storey build- ing containing 22 one-bedroom and 3fi bachelor units. 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