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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Juplombsr 21, 1970 Canadian Dollar Parity Is Sought COPEN1IAGEN (Keillors) Canadian authorities were urged today to return the dollar to a fixed parity by Pierre-Paul Schweitzer, managing director Sale Planned To Help Fund BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) The Ladies Auxiliary to the Bellevuc Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is planning a rummage sale to raise funds to assist in the cost of the new ice plant [or the Bellevue arena. Rummage donations will be gratefully accepted by the Aux- iliary and persons wishing to make donations should contact the Auxiliary. The rummage safe is to be held in the Bellevue arena on Oct. 3. The new ice plant is expect- ed to arrive in town in a few days and, all going well, skat- ing will be enjoyed in October. of the International Monctaij Fund. He was speaking n conference here two days befoic the opening of the annual con- ference of the fund and the World Bank. "It is no secret that the fund hopes that Canada will return to parity as soon as he said. "Of course, it is up to the Canadian authorities to decide how to achieve this." Canada floated the dollar this summer to allow it to find its own level in international mar- kets, which is against the rules of the IMF. Schweitzer quoted i n t e r n a- tional experts as saying the flo- tation of the Canadian currency had some temporary effect on money markets. "But I am not sure that it still influences movements of international cap- he said. He added that he does not think any other major country is likely to follow the Canadian example. 1971 FORD PINTO Winning In Court Heavily Stressed TORONTO (CP) Lawyers are often more concerned with winning court battles than ar- riving at the truth, an Ontario Supreme Court jurist said Fri- day night. Mr. Justice Edson L. Haines said trials have become "not a scientific search for truth, but a means of resolving disputes be- tween waring citizens." Persons who sue other per- sons don't want justice, he said, "they want to win and they look- to their lawyers for victory." He told the Ontario Academy of Medicine that law can do with a transfusion of medicine's true objectivity. Clelands Feted COWLEY (HNS) A gath- ering of community friends and relatives met in the Cow- ley Hall recently to honor Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cleland, whose wedding took place re- cently in Pincher Creek. The art and skills of the doc- tors are devoted to seeking truth and they could greatly help lawyers. Mr. Justice Haines and Dr. H. H. Jasper, profesor of neurol- ogy at the University of Mont- real, were made honorary members of the academy. THIRD TWICE Jockey Eddie Belmonte came in third two consecutive times in the Belmont Stakes. Funeral Home Takeover Is Under Investigation MONTREAL are reported to be investigating a large-scale takeover of Quebec funeral homes by a United Stntes syndicate. Lionel Demers, secretary-gen- ernl of the Quebec Corp. of Fu- neral Directors and Em- balmers, said in an interview Saturday the syndicate started approaching various members of the corporation months ago. 'We don't know too much about the is in it or who is behind we do know that it has crossed the border into Canada and is mov- ing into our field under the names of well-established, highly reputable funeral Mr. Demers said. "We don't know exactly what's going on but we don't like it." Gilles Poirier, chairman of the corporation's Montreal sec- tion, said he knows how the syn- dicate operates. "Say your business is worth Mr. Poirier said. "They give you cash and In shares In your own business. "The business then gels listed on the market and, maybe even UB very next day, your worth of shares are suddenly worth no more than or "You get bought out with your own money." Police confirmed that the joint Montreal-Quebec Provin- cial Police special squad on or- ganized crime was investigating tho situation. Given Priority VICTORIA (OP) Education Minister Donald Brothers said Thursday he has advised Brit- ish Columbia universities to give first consideration to B.C. stu- dents, before accepting other Canadians and foreign students. His statement came when he was questioned on Alberta plans to limit the quota of foreign students in its universities usxt year, and to charge higher tui- tion fees to non-Canadians. Andre Lemay. president of the Montreal Association of Fu- neral Directors, said the RCMP is also investigating. Sporiplex Fund Passes COALDALE (HNS) The to- tal amount which the Town of Coaldale has in the Coaldale and District Sporiplex Fund is Herb Fletcher, secret a r y- traasurer, presented the finan- cial statement to town council recently. He said copies have also been sent to the Sporiplex Fund Raising Committee. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capilol Furniture Bldg. M PHONE 328-7684M WHITE CROSS HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS Five Big Days to Save! Tuesday through Saturday-Shop in Person! Order by Mail or Buy Line 328-8811. Look for 'Not Advertised7 Specials! EATON Vitamin Senior EATON Multiple Vitamin EATON Iron and Liver Cap- EATON Vilamor Tablili. Copjules, each capsule Tablets, VitaminJ A, C, and Conlain Vitamin B contains 3 lipotropic fac- D plus Thiamln, Niacina tors, II vitamins and im- mide, and Riboflavin. IOOs. Reg. 1 651 SAtE, each portanl minerals. TOOj. Reg. 4.47] SAIE, each..... 250.J. Reg. 10.971 SAtE, each..... 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