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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Novimbir H, THIIITHMIDOI HKAID It Canadian wheat harvest higher OTTAWA (CP) Canadian farmers harvested 533.3 million bushels of wheat this year, up from the 523.7 million bushels grown last year, Statistics Can- ada reported Friday in its final estimates of the 1972 crop. Production of other major grains, however, dropped sig- nificantly. The barley harvest slid to 513.4 million bushels from 601.6 million a year ago, oats dropped to 300.2 million bushels from 363.5 million, rye fell to ]3.5 million bushels from 21.9 million, flax to 19 million from 22.3 million and rapeseed to 57.3 million from 95 million. The statistics bureau said most of the Prairie gram and FIGHT RESPIRATORY DISEASES WITH CHRISTMAS SEALS Your Chrimii Snl eontrl- hrtkHi talpt imkt pwibfc nnr nehnlqim, ntw trtit- mnta, ntw drum In ntmiin niHrch projrtmi in f teht tjtinit tubtrculoili, bmnctiltif, nthtni, o trier mplri- torvdhMm. UMeHRHTMAS SEALS oilseed harvest was finished by the middle October, but about two per cent remains in the field, particularly in Al- berta's Peace River district, covered by snow. Yields in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan dropped somewhat this year compared with 1971, the bureau said, and quality slipped because of early frost. In Ontario and Quebec, ex- cessive rain hindered the corn, soybean, bean and potato har- vest and yields of all crops in Quebec are considerably lower than last year. Ontario yields, however, remain about the same as in 1971. In the Maritimes, the cereal crop is all in, but the potato harvest has yet to be com- pleted. Yields of cereals and po- tatoes are up in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, but down a little in New Brunswick, Honor student faces charge DOUGLAS, Ariz. (AP) A teen-age honor student describ ed as "the nicest boy you woulc want to meet" faced murder charges today in the slayings of his school teacher parents Authorities said the youth wanted to know how it felt to kill someone. Police said Bernard Joseph Roth, 16, walked into the police station and admitted the kill ings. Sheriff's deputies went to the Roth home outside town and found the bodies of Joseph Roth, 60, and audio-visual in structor at Douglas High Schoo and Gertrude Roth, 57, a jun ior high school teacher. BANKRUPTCY AUCTION SALE of the Material and Equipment of NATIONAL CABINETS LTD. (IN BANKRUPTCY) 564B Burleiflh Ores., S.E. (Bums Industrial Park) CALGARY, ALBERTA Wednesday, Nov. 29th -11 a.m. Having favoured with Instructions from James G. Fowler, C.A., Trusltt In tht matter of the bankruptcy will Mil th. offlc. furniture; material, machine and equip- ment en th. day and at tim. stated nbove-the sal. will b. at th. factory address. A partial list of Items to be sold Is as follows: 1968 Dodge 400 2-ton ftot deck truck; 2 Olivettie Under- wood divisummo 24) Olliwittie electric typewriter Praxis 48; Minolta Bandastat D electrostatic copier, Paymaster cheque writer; One-Write bookkeeping jystem; 2 office desks; 4 steno chairs; office chair; drafting table; 18 stacking choirs; 4 folding tables 4 benches; stack- ing table; Rockwell Beaver No. 6201 9" lilting arbor saw; Rockwell bond Jaw No. 2300 Rockwell 10" tilting uni- saw (with auto-sot miter Dewoll Power Shop 12" radial arm saw; Rockwell heavy duty No. 43-340 wood shaper and miscellaneous cutter attachments; Rockwell Beaver No. 700 11" drill press; Wolf grinder; 2 Rockwell Delta 10" arbor Rockwell jointer 6" No. 4800 with stand; Rockwell No. 360 belt sonder Porto cable No. 537 router; No. 400 Skill. 4" belt sender; 2 General No. 350 tilting table saws with auto-set miter gage; 2 Holz-Her radial arm feeder attach- ment; Pallett Jock; Wadkin Bursgroen industrial 5 h.p. tilting saw with auto-set miter gage; Baxter DeWhitney and Son industrial double table routeri S63 Lln- vincibil plainer; 7.5 h.p. sawdust vacuum system; General 6" jointer IVj h.p.; Stanley industrial routing machine; R.O. 116 Shoda press drill; Eumabois sanding master; 2 sprayer air guns; 3 paint pressure pots; Webster air com- pressor 5 h.p.; City machine air compressor 5 h.p.; 22 air pressure attachments and steel piping; 14 power line air stapler gun. 4 Sioux air drills; Black and Decker air d'rillj miscellaneous arr hose attachments; Ezy spray gun; Acme 1 h.p. belt sender with miter gouge; industrial belt sonder driven by 1 h.p.; Skill saw; cartage dolly; American Standard heat ventilating fan 1 h.p.; Webster comp. filter; miscellaneous tools; melol shelvings; 4 completed sets of kitchen cab- inets; miscellaneous sheets of arborite; miscellaneous work benches; miscellaneous plywood; misc. power staples, Large selection of wood cabinet material in many tyses of wood most of which Is cut and ready to be assembled much of this material could be used for paneling, etc.; also a large selection of cabinet hardware. Due to expiring of on building all material and machinery must be moved by 6 p.m., Nov. 30, 1972. Viewing Nov. 28, 1972 a.m. to 5 p.m. SALE MANAGED AND CONDUCTED BY GALVIN AUCTION CO. LTD. EARL GALVIN Auctioneer lic.nc. No. 10059 Phon. 242-1595 or 253-0211 Europe tackles new stage of reconciliation plan APOLLO 17 COUNTDOWN REHEARSAL- With the countdown clock at T minus two hours, 28 minutes and thirteen seconds, the Apollo 17 launch team went on a successful simulated liftoff at Kennedy, Fla. liftoff for the moon mission Is schedued for Dec. 6. ______________ Stampede to Europe? CALGARY (CP) Three1 groups of businessmen, opera- ting from London, Copenhagen and Vancouver, are competing to take the Calgary Stampede to Europe. 8 The Danish group is nego- tiating a 10-day show for Copen- hagen in August, 1973, which could be expanded to other Scandinavian countries. The London and Vancouver groups are competing for the option on a tour in the fall of 1974, which could include Eng- land, Germany, Italy, and Spain. CAPOZZI AT HELM Herb Capozzi, representing the Vancouver group, met Stampede officials with a pre- liminary proposal and said a detailed plan would be prepar- ed within six months. Bill Pratt, general manager of the stampede, said the board is awaiting a confirming let- ter from the Vancouver group. To get the option, they would have to guarantee the cost of the tour and reserve a per- centage of any profits for the Stampede board. Cost of putting on a show In Munich alone has been esti- mated at Besides rodeo infield events, the Stampede road show would include square dances, western bands, trick riders and chuck- wagons if space can be found to race them. Mr. Capozzi said the "idea is simple but the problems are formidable." Arrangements would have to involve the Canadian Rodeo Cowboys Association, quaran- tine procedures for livestock and training Canadian annoutt cere in foreign languages or foreign announcers In rodeo terms. The Stampede is negotiating with the three groups, Mr. Pratt said, because "we have no money for the international market." Court orders man to find girl friend MIAMI, Fla. (AP) A judge who describes himself as "a romantic Italian" has ordered a 20-year-old Pennsyl- vania man to find himself a girl-friend or risk going to prison for five years for grand larceny. Criminal Court Judge Al- fonso C. Sepe told Owen Ben- nett of Philadelphia yester- day that if he wants to re- main out of jail he must live with his family and find a girl. "You need a lot of love and the best way to get that is from a Sepe said Bennett was arrested in Marathon, Fla., Sept. 23, when police said they found him with stolen 22-foot sail- boat. Psychiatrists testified Ben- nett was "seriously detached" because he had been ignored during most of his youth. While Bennett's mother and sister, who flew from Phila- delphia for the hearing, stood nearby, Sepe ordered the trio to "get close to one become a real family." "But the board has approvet international rodeo in princ pie." A rodeo in Havana was als proposed after conversation Between Stampede presiden George Crawford and the Cu jan ambassador to Ottawa. It would involve Cuban offi dais studying the Calgary Stampede and local organizer helping the Cuban governmei put together its own show. mod tone CILUX ,SPRAY Now Available In LETHBRIDGE BAALIM WHOLESALE 205 10th St. S., Lethbridgo Mod Tone is a soft spruy designed for 4 principal uses: DECORATOR SPRAY The colors are nitrocellulose based lacquer with a solvent balance so delicate it will not attack or discolor live flowers. To be used as a color accent in all types of home decoration. May be sprayed on any furniture, boxes, book ends, etc. metal; cannister sets, sani-cans, radiators, etc. wicker furniture, baskets pape'r; lamp shades, pic- ture frame mats, paper mache decorations, etc. leather; handbags, shoes flowers; live, dried or artificial flower arrangements plastic; styrofoam, containers, artificial fruits. PROFESSIONAL DECORATOR For in-slore, window background display. Used by every re- toiler for in-storo design. Amateur and professional theatrical productions. For mannequin finishes used on window display dummies. CRAFT SPRAY Used on a multitude of crafts. Styrofoam, wood, metal, de- eoupagc, tolc, glass, fabric, plastic, plaster fruits, foliage, etc. FLORAL MOD TONE Is formulated especially for on live, dried and artificial flowers. Used to color not in taason. Used to color aluminum foil for use as a colorful flower pot wrap- ping. DEALER INQUIRIES WELCOMED! By CY FOX Canadian Press Staff Writer With Willy Brandt confirmed as chancellor West Germany fter recent general election, Europe moves on to the next stage of the policy Brandt lelped to on between East and West. chances of some degree success will be enhanced by wider world factors, notably the hanging relations of Russia, re United States and China. There are published pre- ictions that Brandt, having ac- omplished much of what he set ut to do in his will reduea somewhat his in- volvement in foreign policy and oncentrate more on domestic iroblems within the federal re- public. Preparatory talks about a Eu- ropean security conference have at last begun, in Helsinki and another preliminary meet- ng about mutual and balanced force reductions on the Conti- nent is expected to begin in the new year. In addition, the Soviet Union and the U.S. have begun the second phase of negotiations to limit and perhaps reduce their huge nuclear arsenals. The successful complenoi last September of the firs phase of the talks on Mrategi arms limitations gave impetus to the moves towards the newl- opened Helsinki discussions. Now the Russians and AmeiJ cans have launched in Genev what may be a long and tor tuous effort to achieve a per manent nuclear arms plan tha would replace or supersede th five-year agreement alread signed. The fact that Canada and the J.S. are among the 34 countries epresenled in the European se- curity preparations at Helsinki represents a concession by the But the Helsinki negotiators ace a period of tough bargain- ng on an agenda for next ear's security conference iroper, trying to reconcile the Communist desire to discuss uch general matters as the re- lunciation of force with West- ern pressure for negotiations bout less sweeping points, in- the prohibition of mili- ary manoeuvres in East-West xjrder areas. 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