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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Bottle handling payment code set EDMONTON (CP) A one- tent handling charge which soft drink manufacturers will pay bottle collection depots for each container returned will be an incentive for depots to pro- vide service, Alberta Environ- ment Minister Bill Yurko said today. The handling payment and other regulations for returning containers go into effect Jan. 1, he said. All rclail stores selling soft drinks would be depots and accept for refund soft drink containers of brands they sell. Hail damage lighter than, usual PENHOLD (CP) Reports filed by farmers indicate dam- age from hail this summer was less than usual, says the fina' report of the Alberta Hail Studies Group. About reports were re- ceived, a little more than half the average number received during ihe last 14 years. Most of the severe storms did not last long and produced only isolated pockets of damage. Hail occurred somewhere be- tween Edmonton and Calgary on 60 days during the May 15 to Aug. Z5 period and on 34 days between Calgary and the U.S. border. Also, nil stores would be re- quired to display signs staling which containers are acceplec and the names, addresses and business hours of the two near est depots accepting all lypes of containers. Mr. Yurko said soft drink manufacturers will have the op tion of establishing universn depots lo accept all soft drin containers and liquor and win containers when regulations concerning them are proclaim cd. These depots would accept a soft drink cans and refillab1 and non-retillable bottles up t a maximum of container per person a day. Beer bottles would continue to be refundable tlirough Alber- ta Brewers Agents depots, but universal depots which have BJI arrangement with the brewers agents may accept these. All soft drink vending ma- chines must have signs stating Govt. watches prices OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment told the opposition in ho Commons here that it is vatching rising prices in Can- ada but gave no indication uf a ki n g any action to combat Bad management hits taxpayers OTTAWA (CP) Bad drug management in Ontario prob- ably costs taxpayers about million dollars a year, says Dr. Ian Henderson, associate pro- fessor of pharmacology and surgery at the University of Ot- tawa medical school. The blame (alls three ways, he said in an interview: Is parlly the responsi- bility of. the public, who waste money on over-lho- counter drugs, such as sleeping potions, lhat may do Ihem harm so they end up in hospital. advertising and manufacturers who promote drug-taking as a part of daily life also are responsible, be .hem. Consumer Affairs Minister Bond prices said. Within lliis area also lies the problem of non-medical drug use and alcohol depend cnce. remaining responsi- wasting about -Jcmrtoy, UtpwrrAer 2, THE LETHBKIDOE HWALD 21 I New chairman named on CTU million a doctors who have bad with pre- thc name, address and hours of dcpols accepting containers sold from the machine, he said. GOLD PRODUCE The entire world production of gold from 1493 to the pre- sent could all be melted down nlo a 50-foot cube. Robert Andras told New Demo- crat Leader David Lewis dur- ,ng the question period that his department is watching prices to see whether they result from violations of the Combines Act. Finance Minister John Turner said that price and wage controls are not warrant- ed at this lime. He rejected a charge of com- placency from Conservative Leader Robert Stanficld, saying Ihe "government will act when it has to act." Tlie remark brought jeers from the opposition as MPs iressed what appeared to be a issue for what is expected to be a fall election campaign Mr. Lewis asked whether tho consumer affairs department is watching the "alarming price of particularly of bread Mr. Andras said the depart ment would exercise its man dale to prosecute under th combines law if it found this necessary. David MacDonald monl) asked whether, in view f serious food price Increases alks were being held with gro- ery chains and suppliers. Mr. Andras said no. Supplied by Dohcrly McCuaig Limited INDUSTRIALS Alia G T Wt% Alcan B.C. For '90 105.50 107.50 '91 106.50 107.50 '92 107.00 109.00 Stay At the THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WE NOW HAVE COLORED TV For Your Convenience in Making Reservations CALL AND ASK FOR 10NG DISTANCE ZEnith 0-7255 a) no coil to you IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex: 037-2510 ByGene Fawcetta TV MOWING A RADICALLY- NEWMETHOO OF BECCSaMfeTVlWASIS ANPSOUrjDIS BEING DEVEL- OPED, IT'S REPORTED THE SYSTEM USES ONLY A FILM ON WHICH CAM BE RECORDED R OF JNCOLOg, eiECTRICAL SfSfJAlSM. SO MINUTELY STOHePTtiJT H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker COBTTS PhMI. WANTED SHOP FOREMAN FOR FORD DEALERSHIP IN SOUTHERN AlBERTA Top wages, full company benefits Write to Box 150, Lethbridge Herald I NEED A MAN NOT JUST ANY MAN BUT ONE WHO IS WILLING TO LEARN AND TO WORK HARD. I WONT EXPECT MIRACLES of him and I will train him to be a success financially and otherwise. TO GET HIM STARTED I will pay him more than he's worth. Once he's established, I will pay him exactly what he Is worth. (It should be a lot.) IF YOU ARE INTERESTED here are some of ihe qua- lifications 1 think are required. You should be a high school graduate, or better; at least 25 yean old; capable of self discipline, and possess a sensa of responsibility. Wrile and 1ell me about yourself. You will certainly Deceive a reply. Apply In confidence to BOX NO. 13, IFTHBRIDGE HERAID Economy growing rapidly OTTAWA (CP) The econ- omy has been growing this year at an annual rate of more than per rate which the Economic Council of Oanada has said is needed to elost the unemployment gap in three years. Statistics Canada reported Friday that the gross national total value of all gooc'i7 and services produced in the at an annual rate of billion in April, May and June. Tliis was a three-per-cent in- crease over the first quarter of he year, nnd it included an over-all increase of only eiglit- .enths of one per cent in price .evels. The price factor was clown sharply from 1.4 in the first quarter of the year. Statistics Canada said that in the first half of 1972, the physi- cal volume of output rose at a quarterly rate of l.G per cent. If this rate is maintained lor the balance of the year, it would mean a 6.54 per cent in- cre-iSR for the year. WOULD CLOSE GAP The Economic Council of Canada surveyed Canada's eco- nomic performance and unem- ployment problem last Novem- ber and said a av- erage annual growth in output would be needed for three years to close the gap. The gap in this case is tho difference between what the country is actually producing and what it could be producing if its resources, including work- era, were fully employed. Unemployment still amounts to about six per cent of the labor force, and the council said tho immediate objective should be lo get it down lo about 3.8 per cent. A strong upsurge in persona] expenditure on consumer goods and services was largely re- sponsible for the second quar- ter boom in Uic economy, Sta- tistics Canada said. This was led by purchases of new and used automobiles. Also a major faclor was an Improvement in foreign trade performance. Exports rose strongly, imports climbed less stepely, and there was a marked reduction in Uie net ex- penditures of Canada abroad on such services as freight and shipping. OOVtHnmCM 1 Ur (.niinirn Tel '90 10S.UU 1UY.UU Bell Tel '79 104.50 106.50 Sept. 1, '72 Tel '93 108.00 110.00 514% Oct. 1, '75 9700 Ltd '89 103.50 103.50 8 July 1, '78 104.00 Sec '90 104.60 106.50 4V4% Sept. 1, '83 79.50 Util 9Vi% '91 106.00 108.00 Perp. 3 Sept. 15 40.00 '90 107.00 109.00 J GViS April 1, '75 100.00 Oil '90 102.50 104.50 71'470 July 1, '75 102.00 P P '90 105.00 107.00 Sept- 1, '92 77.00 '80 105.00 107.00 aVi% '90 105.50 107.50 GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GUARANTEED Nickel 9VA '90 105.00 107.00 N and C G '91 108.00 108.00 St of Cdn 9Vi% '90 105.00 107.00 Alberta '90 103.00 Cdn P '90 108.00 110.00 Ontario 7 '88 91.00 Cdn P 10 '90 110.00 112.00 Ontario 9 1 '34 106.00 New Br 9V4% '90 108.00 3P'Kj pens 14 Rim 15 Fish 13 Dangerous 19 Senile 20 Rebuttal 85 U.S.S.R. Inland sea 86-----Wynter 87 Region of Greece 88 Tidy 90 Relinuft 91 Spanish article 92 Haze 21 Wepi 23 Ointment 24 Any system of belief 94 Philippine sumac 05 Source Of light 960ib 97 Exhaust lOONice per son: colloq. 101 Nickname 102 Garb 26Necesary 33 Jon 36 Woej 103 Simha 106 Hindu tltla 107 Absalom's cousin 103 Canadian. university 103 U.S. Civil War genera) 110 Buddy 111 Betel palm 33 Minor political faction: ebbr. (U.S.) 112 Youngster 113 Drunkard 114 So long 115Tinctura 116 yield 117 First pops 119 tndian title of teipeci: var. 39 Command to a bellboy 41 Eegeily expecting lea god 121 Cay 123 Chatter 124 GermanJa god 125 Anglo-Saxon king 126 Marsh elder 127 Short drink 43 Australian Filand: abbr. 44 Coniumm I. V X V D F NX VJCV JCVIDM BCD D B Y V H 2. A 2 H 1 A B H I CRYPTOGRAMS WBAANWDBI YZDWQNP KZOPBK KZDQ FBAPKO By Clifford PAVWPJ PAVBBJY PADKFJC P AWFFJ1? PAJHJY PKWCB PATCBO Milt Hsmma SOLUTIONS OF IAST WEEK'S PUZZLES Chiang not ill TAIPEI (AP) Nationalist Chinese government officials have dented that President Chiang Kai-shek has been strick- en with a severe illness. "Our president is as healthy as a government spokes- man said. Rumors circulated last week that Chiang, 84, was iU. The president has not ap- peared in public in Taipei since July 18. 8. ALGSIQ ORFGIDD'D U K RI ZNBKIF FLUID HOST AGLS BLUE-GNU DFOEIDKZI SOUUIO By MjTtlo W. Cushmsn 4.DINERS HANGERt 'UGO IEINIHI'0 HAS ITU D A T H By Norton 8, ZAHHZO HDKHZO MDFB MAP Lait Week's Cryptogram! 1. Long vUtuotit auctioned objected to poor people buying costly "objeU de vertu." 2. Oops! IE fpilled Ink is left In It dvAs in nnrl it ;