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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta W.dnwdoy, September 13, 1972 THf LETHMIDOB UtRAlD Lt.-Gov. John Nicholson Indi- cated in Victoria he won't hold the vice-regal post much longer. In an interview with Radio Station CKDA, Hie lieutenant- governor, who is nearing his 70th birthday, said: "I'm still lieutenant gover- nor and health permitting I ex- pect to be hero lor several months." Asked it lie meant to stay for several veal's, Mr. Nicholson said "No not years." He de- clined any further comment on his plans for the future. There was speculation earlier this year that Mr. Nicholson would retire before the end'of the year and establish a part- time law practice in Vancouver. Secret Service agents are guarding Senator Edward Ken- nedy (Dem. Mass.) as he cam- paigns with Democratic tlential nominee George Me-. Govern. i Agents were assigned to Ken- nedy on President Nixon's or- ders alter the May 15 shooting of Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama. They were withdrawn at Ken- nedy's request June 5. How- ever, Kennedy asked that agents be assigned to him again after Labor Day when he began a heavy schedule of appear- ances, his office said. About 300 people gathered outside a church manse in Gravenhurst, Ont. Sunday to honor one of Canada's best- known expatriates. The occasion was the unveil- ing of a p 1 a q u e to commem- orate the birthplace of Dr. Nor- man Betlume, who died in China in 1939 and is now a na- tional hero to millions of Chi- nese. Dr. Bethune, born in the manse hi 1890, served the revo- lutionary armies of Chairman Mao Tse lung before dying from an infection caused when he cut himself with a scalpel while tending an injured sol dier. Blame dealers For high prices By DAVE THOMAS OTTAWA (CP) Processors, ackagers 'and distributors a7e y far the biggest culprits in continuous climb of food rices, the agriculture depart- ment said Tuesday. Food prices rose 7.4 per cent jetween August, 1971, and last ionth, and a department bulle- LT.-GOV. NICHOLSON Borls Spassky returned home :o a loser's welcome, the mai who let the world chess cham Monship slip from Soviet hands :or the first time In 21 years. The only concession author ities made to the cx-champio was that he didn't have to ope iris bags for customs inspectio at Moscow. Spassky, who lost the title tc American Bobby Fischer Hekjavik, had a second clas. ticket on an Aeroflot f 1 i h from Copenhagen, where h stopped over for a couple o days. For the party o seven friends and relatives h had a weak smile. To an Amer lean journalist who had me him in Rekjavik, he expresse no regrets about losing th crown. All he wanted to do now, h said, was rest. HAS TONGUE The oyster drill, a kind of se snail, has a tongue that is co1 ered with teeth and is like small sharp file, which It usi to drill holes through oyste shells. Guerrillas described as heroes BEIRUT, Lebanon (Reuteri The bodies of five Palestin- an guerrillas killed in Munich a week ago will be buried today n Tripoli, Libya, Radio Libya reported. The bodies arrived in Tripoli just before 'midnight Monday night. Radio Libya described :he guerrillas, who belonged to :he Black September group, as "martyrs and heroes." Prayers over the bodies will oe read at the Bourguiba Mos que in Tripoli and a funeral procesion will be held. The five guerrillas wen killed In a Run battle with Wes German police who tried to res cue nine Israelis held hostage by the commandos after they were cantvred in the Olympic Village in Munich. Meanwhile, the Black Sep- tember organization to which the commandos belonged, re leased their will, made a few hours before the attack on th Israeli quarters in the Olympi Village. The commandos said they dii not want to kill innocent peopl but would "do everything" fo the "sake of the persecuted." They apologized for Inter rupting the Games, said the> had notliing against the Ger man people and apologized t the world's youth taking part in the Olympics. n issued Tuesday places the lame for most of the food- rice rise on the industry's middlemen. It says processors and deal- rs account for 64 per cent of he billion increase in arm-food prices since 1961, jith farmers themselves bene- itting from only 36 per cent. This analysis disagrees with lat of Consumer Affairs Minis- Robert Andras who said ust _before the election an- louncenient that prices at the arm level were largely to dame. NO TO PRICE CONTROLS He told the Commons Sept. 1 hat price controls on food dis- tributors would not be the an- swer since they were not mainly responsible. 'Based on the evidence we at the present time, much of the increase in food prices is due to shortages, crop failures, >ad weather as well as short- ages of imported foods and many other things of that na- said Mr. Andras. An agriculture department spokesman, Jim Romahn, said :he bulletin was prepared as a defence of the farmer: 'We have known for some [ime that food prices would rise this year and that farmers would be blamed for it." PACKAGING TO BLAME He said that if any one link in [he price chain were to be tagged most-to-blame, it would be the packagers. "In some products, the pack- age costs as much as the prod- uct itself, particularly with fro- zen he said. The bulletin, to be mailed to Canada's farms, says that the average farm family has an annual income of only and it says that in- creased farm incomes are "fully justifiable." Farmers get, for example, only two cents for the wheat making up a 25 cent loaf of bread, 17 cents for the milk in a 33 cent quart and 57 cents for beef valued at in the super- markets. REVELSTOKE Isn't it time you built a garage? This Revelstoke economy model makes it easy. You and a few friends can assemble the basic garage in a few hours. A few more hours completes the trim and finish. It's just a weekend project. Your basic 14' x 22' garage includes 2x4 framing, studs on 16" centres, gable studs on 24" centres, plywood sheathing, plywood roof with 210 Ib. asphalt shingles, and a 9 x 7 Berry tilt-up door with all necessary hardware. Choose window, passage door, and trim to suit your needs they are not included in this package. 14'x 22'garage materials package 459 Olympic Stain Actually penetrates wood, Will not crack, peel, blister. Standard colors, gal.' 9 ,95 Garage and fenca tool kit has essential tools. Combination square, level, saw, hammer and carpenter's apron. 11 .77 REVY PREMIUM PAINTS Revelstoke's own brand is your assurance of highest quality at moderate expense. Paints from Canada's most respected factories wilh Revelstoke's bulk pur- chase savings passed on to you. Super One Coal white exterior alkyd or latex point offers fast drying time and Eong lasting bright finish....................... Gal, GARAGE WINDOW Glider Unit. One half slides' horizontally. Other half fixed. Screen fixed to openings.......... SPECIAL REVELSTOKE Use your handy CHARGEX card or aik about REVY BUDGET PLANS. for larger Open Daily Men. thru Sal. a.m. p.m. IRVIN BUCK, MANAGER FURNITURE H H ALL REMAINING MERCHANDISE HAS BEEN REGROUPED AND PRICED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE! SALE LOCATION: OLD Next Door to Capitol Furniture on Fifth Street South Due to expropriation of the Calgary Downtown Area This Calgary store has retired from business after 40 years of service to the public. PRICES YOU MUST SEE TO BELIEVE! Capitol has purchased and is selling the entire stock of a Calgary Furniture Store under Provincial Gov. Close-Out Permit No. 953. LAMPS CHESTERFIELDS APPLIANCES COLOR TV STEREO BEDROOM SUITES PORTABLE TV DINING ROOM SUITES COFFEE AND END TABLES CHROME SUITES BLACK AND WHITE TV SETS MANY, MANY ODDS AND ENDS BEDS CHAIRS TABLES HEADBOARDS CHcSTt" As low 10 eu. MHUG White Only 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5777 m 1 IS Now INSTANT FINANCING! AT THESE PRICES AIL SALES MUST BE FINALI EVERY ITEM SALE PRICED! ROLL E CARP! THIS ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD! AND REMNANTS New and Used! 83 f" PRICED IOW AS FROM AS ALL MERCHANDISE S01D AS ISI NOTE: Many items one-of-a-kmd ;