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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 ItH HERAID 7, 1170 NCKSIC .11 (IK Morae Makes The Scene usiness Ae rees _ Move over, Ncssic. A gi'otip of Brit- ish scientists says Moray, the Monster is making Ihe loch scone in Scotland ami they btivL1 proof. A 25-member includ- ing nuiriiR1 biologists, spent MX weeks this summer prob- ing Loch Morar. at feet the deepest ( water lake lit Kurope, They're reporting the fe- sulVs Nov. 24 U> the Zoological Society, hut a whiff of Hie findings reached The Kvening Standard Fri- day, "The monster known as Morag has actually been sighted by members of live ten in." the newspaper .says, describing Ilie evidence ''impvyssivc, SUougli nut ab- solutely conclusive." "That's pure .speculation." K i a h h Montgomery- Campbell, co-ordinator of she Loch .Murar .survey, said of (lie Evening Standard report. "Hut obviously think we have something important lo say Nov. Mrs. Montgomery Camp- hell said Uu; team collected a number of eyewitness reports suggesting liiat a large, uni- dentified creatures lives in !.xK'h M o r ;i i', But .she wouldn't name the witnesses or discuss "sophisticated scientific equipment'' used by the privately financed ex- pedition. Scottish variant of Margaret showed up in Scottish ir.onster annals for the first time 1895. She hasn'l attracted Uic publicity that Nessie has. perhaps be- cause of a folk tale that says the men of Morar will die U Morag's appearances are noised about. Two fishermen said last year they shov at Morag from a boat after .she bit off the end of an oar. "The ihing was W'J feet long and six feet William Simpson said then." "We saw a huge head and behind U a row of dark brown humps." o Go TOUONTp (CP) Canadian business will agree to a request 'from the prices and incomes commission for a six-month ex- tension uf their voluntary agree- to hold down prices, it i was learned today. Sources close to the talks said of tite three major trade groups involved have agreed to go along with the request. The third hits some sharp division oi opinion but is likely to ayree before long. The agreement, dite (o expire the end of this ycur. binds busi- ness and industry to hold price increases below cost increases. This voluntary agiei'inenl was Shipping Nations Rapped For Appalling Record PASSPORT OF FUGITIVE Enclosed with o Front de Liberation du Quebec note found in Montreal was this Canadian passport, issued to Paul Rose, one of six men being sought by police in connection with Ihe kidnappings of Pierre Loporle and James Cross. The passport expired Sept. 1. Police said the FLQ note did no! mention Mr. Cross, British icadt- commissioner kidnapped Oct. 5. labor Minister Laporte was kidnapped by terrorists Oct. 10 and killed Oct. 17. Income Doivn MOXTKrJAl. i IT i i'ana- Pacific Investments Lid, Krkhu' reported consolidated net extraor- dinary million or cents a share in the nine months ended Sept, :iO, down from million or fit) CORES in the corresponding period. Consolidated income, before extraordimirv i i e m s. totuiled million or 5-i cents a .share in tne fhbt months dp in ricase horn IJIL 0 f> million 01 j.'! cents in the comparable sod L.vtraordniarv item s ac counted for S.'i million in o'ompaiod neaih si mil lion in the nf u The. company said improve- ment in income before extraor rtinary items reflects principally an mnraMj HI ftom (am inco Lid. and subsidiaries not consolidated- Higher lead and zinc prices accounted for 3 part of Coininco's in- creased earnings, Since m i d -y e a r. however, prices of these metals declined and the higher value of Ihe Ca- nadian dolar lowered revenues from export markets. t'ommco expects that these developments, together with conimiing over-supply in its fer [ilizer markets and higher ill ii dui e 111 signifi in the last quarter oi 19 0 income ts urn upu uliuns for the first nine months amounted to million. SI million lower than in the firs! nine months of 196fi. V mode i in infomp from real estate, hotels and in- vestments was more than offset by decreases in oil. gas and other minerals. OTTAWA. iCP) A strong international treaty is the best safeguard against pollution dis- asters like the sinking of the oil tanker Arrow, the Commons irunsport committee was bid. Dr. P. D, McTagg art-Co wan, ihe scientist who supervised the j tuultUmUlion-dollar cleanup of the Arrow's oi! spill off Nova Scotia, said the shipping nations have an record. The equivalent of at least 33 Arrows sank last, year alone, a rate of tanker loss of more than :one a week, be testified. British Bi opt w) milt s'Juii! of e Professor Anderson told a mectiiig of the Newfoundland section of [lie Geological Asso-! tiation of 1.111 idrf 1 hiu the fossil utis a thif foot long aninif1 tirl u-.en' cd a fern and was a mar me creature. It was one of 30 pre-. Cambrian fossils discovered j by Professor Anderson in past-; em Newfoundland All were at. ledst hfjO million old Others included a large jel- b Ush a net i 11 e muc lure. enmb-and-leaMike ani mals and forms similar lo mod- em jelhfiNh Pi >oi son the animals were killed during a series of volcanic eruptions and preserved in ash thai later solidified into jotK cleanups. Dr. McTaggart-Cowan .said iviation knows no "flags of con- venience the deuce used by Gripping companies "to do an UK! run aioiind all sdlets standaich The A r r o w. which ran oimd on Cw uu lib Hock in Uiedabuclo had all its navigation equipment not work- ing or suspect." The only deck officer with claims to any navi- gational the captain hammered out at a meeting of 'top business and industrial lead- ers with the commission in Ot- tawa in February and is the major success of the federal group in its battle to slow down the growth of inflation. The commission confirmed Thursday that it was asking a six-month extension. Business spokesmen had said earlier this was the case. The Canadian Chamber oE Commerce and the Retail Coun- cil of Canada have ayrecd to the request although I hey have not yet made their decisions public. Business and industry still in- sist that labor demands for in- ci eased wages must also be moderated and are pressuring the commission to take a lough stand with union leaders. When business agreed to the voluntary restraint program in February it was with the under- standing that the commission would seek the co-operation of labor So far labor has refused to gn along, He said he hopes that the j shipping nations, when they j meet next year, can agree on j setting up a treaty meeting to, nmECTOU _ write an ocean traffic control: f ,i 29 of the Ctrst teeth. He caJIed Ihe govenmients Cana. (Hans takes over as ex ecu- ____ live director of the CYC in Ottawa, ilc replaces Clautlc SCOUTING BEGA.N" Vithil, 42, whoso two-year Boy scouts first -appeared in cuiHnici as director is lo ex- Canada in J90B. plrc -shortly. Housing Loan.s Awarded 01TAWA (CP) Kcderal loans totalling million to be awarded to Hie Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corpora- tion to assist in construction o( lib public housing units in Mor- ris and tha Pas were an- nounced here. The Pax will get million to assist in the construction of a 100-unit project for low-In- come families. The develop- ment will consist of 38 apart- ment suites in {.wo separate blocks. li will also have 20 semi-de- (ached units containing ifi three-bed room and four five- bedroom units, and 42 row- housing units containing .14 three-bedroom and eight four- bedroom units, Morris gets a loan of to assist in construction of n project for low-income families. From INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES SERVICE t970 1 K-Di rear V-8 on Reg. DISCOUNT PRICE Every Unit Equipped With 4 --rttfj PRICI Wi T. Dual Block Heaters 2. Winter Tires 3, Chrome Hub Caps 4. Radio ancl Antenna 5, Tape Deck Anti-freeie V-8 Engine Cigar Lighter 9. Super Capacity Heater 10. Gun Rack 11. Electric Winihisld I I I 1 I) 1 rtrtr 7.10x20 lit J5052.7J. DISCOUNT PRICI SALES SERVICE 3Q4 STAFFQRP DRIVI, LITHSRIDGI PHONI 3274123 ;