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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 9, 1974 Canada cool toward U.S. scheme for grain-export planning group ROME (CP) Canada has all but rejected a United States proposal for a new- planning group of grain- exporting countries, and has called instead for continued joint talks with importers on increasing production and moving emergency shipments to states facing famine. A senior Canadian official at the world food conference here said Friday that the planning group, suggested by U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger, was intended to lay LETHBRiOGE WEST SOCIAL CREDIT ANNUAL MEETING Tuesday, November 12tli at p.m. Room 4 CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Inserted by the Lethbridge West Social Credit Association. down co-ordinated production plans among grain producers for 1975. But that was pointless because the major the United States and Australia- have already issued their pro- grams for all-out planting. Moreover, both exporters and importers belonged to the International Wheat Council, and "that would certainly be the logical place" to consult on grain trade and production. The official confirmed that meetings already have been held privately this week on the question of available reserves and supplying the neediest countries. Included in the ses- sions, which continue next week, are Canada, the United States, the Soviet Union, China, Argentina, Australia THE DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE ADMINISTERED BY THE ALBERTA SAFETY COUNCIL DDC accident prevention for experienced drivers DDC backed by the Insurance Agents Association DDC up to 3 demerit points remitted DDC grads in Canada and the U.S.A. FEE FOUR EVENINGS 2 HOURS EACH Four Tuesdays starting November 19th at Lethbridge Community College. Contact Marion Greenway at 327-2141 and register now. and the European Economic the major grain buyprs or sellers. Sources said Canada was joined in opposition to the Kis- singer plan by some of the Scandinavian countries and perhaps by some others. There was concern in some circles here that the planning- group proposal, combined with the closed-door meetings of grain dealers, meant that Washington was succeeding in forming a grain cartel that would control wheat trade the way oil producers have controlled their exports and prices. U S Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz said in a recent interview in Washington that grain, like oil, could be used as a weapon in bargaining with other countries. But the Canadian official, briefing reporters, said he is unaware of any U.S. attempt to form a cartel at the conference. Canadian Agriculture Minis- ter Eugene Whelan has stress- ed that both importers and ex- porters should take part in co- operating to build up reserves and speed grain to needy countries. Canadian official denied reports that the grain exporters were discussing an allocation scheme that could cut sales to wealthy countries, if that were necessary, to supply emergency food to countries in greatest need, such as Bangladesh. JACK HORNER Big nuclear plant faces repair job OTTAWA (CP) Ontario Hydro's Pickering nuclear power station, the world's largest, may be facing serious operational troubles with cracking pressure tubes that leak heavy water, senior Hydro officials indicated Friday. While apparently not a public menace, the operational troubles that began Aug. 10 in one of the power station's four reactors, and the potential trouble in another, may cost tens of millions of dollars in lost pro- duction and replacement costs, the officials indicated Three have been replaced, at a cost of each. THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the N'ew York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. Gillespie Crossword WHODUNITS AND WHODUNTHEM By A B. Canning ACROSS 1 Exutss 7 Sea problems 12 Star, extra or ham 17 Pounds 21 Leave 22 Half of a quart 23 Frencn river 24 Song 25 Chartens sleuth 27 "Goldfinger creator 29 Within comb form 30 Of course 31 Intend to 33 Horace works 34 Lonesome tree 35 Lew 36 Czar's name 37 Arab garment 40 A charge 41 Gather the leavings 42 How a Bedouin travels 46 Spanish athletes 1 Celtic 2 Oahu .welcome symbols 3 Steam comb form 4 Can-unites uncle 5 Sea birds 6 Murder Olmstead whodunit 7 Dr ?d nadder 8 Wha' Ens 9 CaHa 10 tng jou'nal istgr 11 Sinners 48 Cloak-and- dagger man 50 Abbr on map 51 No' 52 P I palm wines 53 Fitting 54 Court star, Creasey alias 55 One of Dumas quartet 56 Tulips and ashes 57 Among Us" Christie whodunit 59 Forbid 60 Gorse 61 No'th Allan tic islands 62 Units of ioudness 63 Mrs Kelly s husband, to Mrs Kelly 64 Born 65 Baker Street scribbler 68 Hoped for 69 Costumes 71 Country bumpkin 72 Or nearly all 73 Vulcanite 75 Magazine sleuth 77 Exclamation 80 Tailored dog 81 Goes quickly 82 USSR river 83 Favorite word for Perry Mason 84 Scuttlebutt in Brittany 85 Scottish national poet 86 On a right angle to a ship's keel 88 Roman legal agreements 89 Zilch in Soho 90 46 A's foe 91 Frye's forte 92 100 percent 93 Pal for Parisian 94 Biggers sleuth DOWN 12 Nourishment 13 Covers 14 Spsnisn nickname Fishy ba-k" 16 Pertinent 17 Hit tune 1927 18 Like the Sahara 19 Yours to you 20 Droops 26 'no 3-ib 28 Solar 32 pies 35 Tropical American dogs 36 Poisons 37 When the sun rises 38 Mrs Luce nee 39 Nero Wolfe s Man Friday 40 Nigerians 41 Hereditary factor 42 Moldings 43 Private eye Ian s boss 44 llluTiiria'ina 45 Looker! t.V, 47 Kind jacket 48 Tuscany citv 97 Word in title of Psalm XLVI 98 Undershirts 100 Legit 101 A prohibition 102 Article, for Boyer 103 Jewish masters 104 Saxon name 105 a man with seven wives 106 Longing 109 Waned 110 Bart and Brenda 112 Medical suffix 115 Post tec 117 Perry's creator 120 Latin phrase 121 Ripped off 122 House spaces 123 Zangwill's territorialism 124 Kids 125 the piano 126 record 127 Bdlder's wife and gramma7 49 A planted explosive 52 Wheat chaffs 54 Protection 55 Figure of speech 57 Warier 58 Tame bird of a kind 59 English astronome' 61 Penetrari-Kj 52 Conjamer-; for pigs" 53 L'th area one" disc oted 65 OH center 66 Fabnr 67 Dunces 68 Reverie 70 Call 72 Colorado 74 Good iri in France end 75 Flynn 37 Word for 76 Hand mill for time or eggs grmdina 88 Project smc' s 90 n View 79 83 Col'ecfrl 92 Inthestyl" 85 Canoes e o' Mr Tuti i 86 Plani louv Arthur 17 X 17. b> Alice D Vaughan ACROSS 1 Colombian 21 Kind o' c'1v eclipse vars 9 Of sou-id 23 Gax- 10 25 Glor eri 15 Ca'cnria- 27 "astryitens addil on 23 Weight 18 20 Caniecurc 22 A Be" 'r-.- 23 32 turtle HanHarr 35 Commenced 37 Coburq 38 Actor Jact 39 Belfry GTiVifno 40 C'asiifieri 41 Baisari Doru 42 43 Men Vfl r- "4 45 Ouadranai- 47 SlirV Toge'her 4S n 43 Po son 50 Si'lor DivtribMl- 'a if- S. 1 Ed 64 cc 65 60 Pnoaop' rn "3 Gabir Lid Si' y 7 T-if Sr-n ibbr 94 With 38 D. The Women author 95 Rude 96 97 A floating icecube7 99 Questions 101 fortune in4 Ponlar JSi i-svies- 79 Clerics! collar 30 31 Sacred sonij 32 fvlommg T3 on wid'- wiri" Long robe 105 Articles 106 Rendition by two 107 Inner con-ib form 108 Away' 109 Valley in Pennsylvania 110 Place for com 111 Toledo girl abbr 112 Go right 113 Arizona city 114 Weapons 116 Heat unit abbr 118 Eggs, of a sort US Spanish title 35 Entertain 37 Beauiv 40 Eyed 46 txiil 47 of a sort 49 50 Plateau 51 -garde 52 Kind ot race 53 Goddess of peace 54 S American lungle cat 55 Anas 56 Soeechrfv 57 Sheer 58 Mounds 61 Bullnng cry SOLUTIONS OF VAST WltK S PUZZltS G N S T O .1 ,S N O O 7, R X AM, S A A S N U G R O D K N S 1 0 s T A .1 Y R 7. I P R I Z A >T D S U G R O D I M P P XV R X M G J A V Z K R O I N .1 7 1 P E R N O India M. Speir> I' K J? KfH-llrrlaTid K 1 S 1 O .1 h 1 M H I M 1M M T H K U 7, H u I H i! H i n i H I K M R i M r- TI H o K OS H J I'. Hi. Bnrbnra.T RIIRC i i IM j? MI s s H M r i; r, i R i, 11 1! I 1 H J N Hi Horner feels betrayed by his Tory colleagues after bill approved In Jlr% IORRKU-AS! NOVhMRr.R Hi 1471 r aMion firmh grnhnins; hold of in boclh Tj'rfll p'ipl' lr- in rmuw1- ought to draw "Id broomMuk bnKnm r 'ould add rmivir to ad OTTAWA (CP) Jack Hor- ner said Friday he feels be- trayed by his Conservative colleagues after final Com- mons approval of a bill he blocked twice in the last Parliament. The bill, amending the Can- ada Pension Plan got third reading Thursday night with Mr. Horner not in the House. But the rebel Alberta Conservative said in an inter- view his battle was lost three weeks earlier, and he suspects an arrangement was made to move the bill through second reading when party officials knew he would be in his Crow- foot riding. The lanky rancher said it was "just another incident" in his stormy relations with the party hierarchy, and he did not intend to make an issue of it Walter Baker, Conservative, deputy House leader, said there was no intention to bypass Mr. Horner on the bill, which had the party's official support. In fact, Mr. Horner had been asked if he wanted to speak on final reading. Mr. Horner confirmed this, but said he wanted to fight the bill from the start of second- reading debate. He said Government House Leader Mitchell Sharp an- nounced Oct. 16 that the bill would be debated Oct. 21 In- stead, it came up Oct. 18 when Mr. Horner was out of town. No Conservatives objected to calling of the bill, which pass- ed second reading, approval in principle, with no debate. "I flew all night to get here that Monday to fight it, but when I arrived I found it had passed Mr. Horner said. Mr Baker said "if there was no objection to dealing with the bill at that time it was inadvertent on our part. It could be we had no one in the House who thought of it." He acknowledged that Mr. Horner's opposition to certain provisions in the bill annoyed most Conservatives The Crowfoot MP objected to a section exempting certain religious sects from CPP contributions, a view shared by some of his colleagues and most New Democrat MPs. However, Mr Horner was the most outspoken MP as he blocked the bill's progress by lengthy speeches in the last Parliament. At one point, he said Hutterites and other re- gious sects are not good citizens because their co- operative farming operations do not contribute to the local economy in areas like his own constituency. "Oh well, I couldn't have blocked it for four years any- way." sighed Mr. Horner, referring to the expected tenure of the majority Liberals before the next elec- tion. Other Conservatives, in- cluding John Reynolds (Burn- are known to have shared Mr. Horner's feelings and Arnold Peters said Friday most of his 30 colleagues in the last Parlia- ment felt there should have been no exemptions. But he acknowledged that the bill got support in debate from a minority NDP group led by Max Saltsman who has a large group of Mennonites in his Waterloo-Cambridge riding. Richardson tours lines in Mideast TEL AVIV