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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LEinBHIDQE Food speculators plundering pirates By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor TORONTO (CP) Food commodity speculators add nothing to the value of the product and their profits come from citizens' pockets, says Gordon Hill, president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture. "Speculators are pirates who have the privilege to he told a forum on food prices Monday night. In reply to questioning from Beryl Piumptre, chairman of the federally-appointed food prices review board, he de- fended price rises as evidence of the law of supply and de- mand working, for once, in the farmer's favor. Mrs. Piumptre had asked if BERYL PLUMPTRE marketing boards do not speculate. She said the white beans that go into baked beans cost a hundredweight last year. This season they opened at 118 and after several rises now stand at Mr. Hill said if farm in- comes have gone up 43 per cent, as statistics indicate, they now stand at He described that as the family income for managing an 000 business, the average figure for Ontario farms. And the increase did not take into account increased costs. FARMERS WARY Farmers are suspicious of both ceilings and floors on prices, Mr. Hill said. "Basically farmers don't trust society to worry about them when prices are low." Mrs. Piumptre told the ISO persons in attendance that solutions to the food price situation must include increased productivity and ef- ficiency throughout the in- dustry. She said retailers are still guilty of misleading merchandising practices. The key is an agricultural policy that will ensure a con- stant supply. "We have to do something in Canada to make sure farmers have a good re- turn on investment and are not subject to vagaries of the world market." Thomas Bolton, president of Dominion Stores Ltd., said retailers are not making ex- orbitant profits. "Our business has doubled in five years, but our profits are standing still." He said that of spent in a supermarket, goes to suppliers, to store employees, 78 cents on premises, 34 cents on adver- tising and administration, 17 cents on federal taxes, 14 cents on municipal taxes, seven cents is re-invested and 11 cents goes in dividends to shareholders. Abortion safe, simple properly handled OTTAWA (CP) Some people believe tbathaviafaa abortion Is as sanpit a dure as harlnf teeth removed but this Is not true, says Dr. Harry Oiora, professor of ob- stetrics and gynecolojy at the University oTOttawa ntedkal school. "It's still a swileal proce- dure and It be consid- ered as he told a re- cent medical meeting. Because of an increased de- mand for abortions in Cana- dian were tt.OOD la 1TO conspired with about in before Herald a wcnu eaa- aot tbt OfwntkMi per- formed to New York, then rttumc with com- Posthumus award David Coombes, six, of Winnipeg, shakes hands with Governor-General Roland Mlchener at a ceremony in Government House In Ottawa this week. Mr. Mtortener was presenting the Jack Cornwall Decoration, awarded posthumously to David's brother Jeffrey. The award, named after a 16-year-old winner of the Victoria Cross, la presented for having undergone great suffering in a heroic manner. Jeffrey, a Wolf Cub, died of a rare kidney disease at the age of eight. many women get idea toat it is a safe, simple procedure.. Or. Oxorn sayt Oat, whetf handled properly it it safe and simple, "but H mast be handl- ed property OB rfoai wry ttofa tiouBUy to country with, Britain re- porting about for every cases and Japan 41. These variations may repre- sent different statistical methods and probably tome nonreporting because of a lack of follow-up on after they have been treated. in a clinic, Dr. Oaomsaid well, statistics on deaths rep' resent to some extent the de- gree of skill of the surgeons and the safe operatioQSv Canada figures for W7i show there wera 30r abortions la Canada ant Sears you get more with a We service what we sell, Each Kenmore dryer te covered by dependable labour and parts warranties plus Simpsons-Sears exclusive or money refunded' guarantee. For your convenience, cnarge your Kenmore on your all-purpose account Kenmore Natural Gas Dryer White Large capacity drum holds 5.9 cu. ft. of laundry. Allows clothes to tumble freely to help prevent tangles and Indirect heat air is heated outside drum, protects clothes from damage caused by overheating. Super size tint screen. Porcelaln-on-steel top resists stains and aektt. 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The depression is usually worse among women refused an abortion, ne said. And the guilt feelings usually are worse in women whose family insisted on the abortion. Death of the mother is much more common when an abor- tion Is performed late during pregnancy. Complications increase with the length of pregnancy, too. Abortion death rates are lower than those for com- plications of pregnancy and childbirth, however. Dr. Ox- orn said deaths from abortion in Britain were 22 for every cases, compared with 24 from pregnancy com- plications and childbirth. If abortions are to be done, be said, every possible safeguard must be taken. Ideally, surgery should be done before the 10th week. There should be counselling services but no delays in processing eases and there fbouM be special facilities and qualified specialists. "There's too much of this business of squeezing the procedure in. 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