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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press tuesday november 3, 1970 4t Thompson 4h club seeks Aid Thompson Man. Staff a Call for help from Thomp son s first 4-h club has apparently fallen on deaf ears according to mrs. B. Stasiuk the Initiator of the infant organization. Mrs. Stasiuk who has been working on the idea for a year says that she has been in con tact with t. L. Pringle 4-h director with the agriculture department in Winnipeg but has received no satisfaction. She has requested that the agricultural representative from the Pas Jake Nickel visit Thompson and take part in an official organizational meeting. The Thompson organizers like help in deciding the right types of projects Best suited to local conditions. They would also like help in enlisting adequate instructors from the Community. Or. Pringle has informed club officials or. Nickel would be available to give such Assis Tance but when contacted or. Nickel said he had not been in formed about the matter. Meantime mrs. Stasiuk says 17 enthusiastic potential 4 h ers Are waiting to get started. The youngsters have 20 horses at their disposal which Are now housed at the Thomp son horse owners association barn. Standing executive has been formed and City Council has granted the 4-h club temporary use of land on a new sub division which is being planned. Permanent property would be made available when the sub division is finalized. Mrs. Stasiuk would like to see some courses in Home economics sewing and gardening organized. Norman general manager Walt Gengerke has also contacted the Deputy Iii Listef of agriculture j. M. Cormack on the matter. He also suggested that the department allow the cutting of Hay from the abandoned experimental farm at Wabowden to be used to feed horses in that area and in Thompson. Grant permission to move a used building on the former farm site to the 4-h property in Thompson. 9 consider establishment of experimental Market Gar Dening farm at Wabowden or Thompson on a test basis. Glamor product in Prairies terrible a 680-Pound Canadian Black Bear Waits outside an Atlanta Telephone Booth As his manager David Mckigney prepares to Call the general to complain that Ted s civil rights have been violated. Ted is peeved with his run in with the Lowndes county Ca Law that resulted in a Lix Day stretch in jail at Valdosta. Mckigney contends that the jail failed to provide Ted pro per food and lodging and that he had no business being there in the first place. Ted whose Forte is wrestling was carted off to jail after he and Mckigney allegedly declined a match with a Man who said he was offered to enter the ring with the Bear. Won t hear smythe charges Toronto up county come tax on court judge Joseph 1965 and 1968 monday he does not have Juris diction to try Stafford smythe on income tax charges and agreed with lawyer j. J. Robi Nette that the Section of the in come tax act under which smythe is charged violates the Canadian Bill of rights. Smythe president of the Maple Leaf gardens is charged with evading payment of in Between he also is charged with Mak ing false statements in tax re turns filed for the 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1967 taxation years. The charges allege that smythe appropriated Money from the gardens for personal and family expenses. Or. Robinette had argued that the Crown has no Legal right to proceed against smythe by indictment. Conviction by indict ment carries a mandatory jail term and this violates the Bill of rights or. Robinette argued. Judge Kelly agreed saying i be Given the matter an awful lot of thought and i feel the Bill of rights must prevail and i do not have the jurisdiction to hear the Joseph s e d g w i c a special prosecutor said he understands the Crown will Appeal the Deci Sion. By Jim Neaves Canadian press staff writer from chore girl to Glamor girl is the remarkable change affected by rapeseed in just 28 years. Introduced during the Sec Ond world War by the Federal agriculture department its main use was in supplying Oil to lubricate machines to pro Duce War materials. Now it s used As a base for Margarine in salad oils and shortening and is canned bottled and sold in bulk As a vegetable Oil. Soon rapeseed meal protein May be sold As food for humans. In 1942, the department had to persuade Farmers to grow the stuff but thanks to the work of scientists it now is a Multi million Dollar product to Prairie Farmers. Canada is in fact the world s largest exporter of rapeseed with this year s crop forecast at 79.5 million Bush Els about 43 per cent More than last year s crop. In the 1969-1970 crop year exports reached a record 22.2 million bushels up from the previous record 14.3 million bushels a year earlier. One of rapeseed s chief attractions for Farmers is that it s a Cash can get full and immediate pay ment on deliveries made to elevators. Or. Keith Downey of the Saskatoon agricultural re search station is one of the world s Foremost authorities on rape eau and was a key figure in projects which made rapeseed a sought after crop. Several years ago when the Industrial Market for rape seed was at a Low ebb or. Downey decided that the Oil could find a Market in the manufacture of Margarine and salad oils. He was successful but received a setback when the Federal food and drug administration decided to ban rape seed Oil As food because of or Ucie add Content which was considered a health Hazard. Or. Downey however pioneered a Rucic acid free variety which he called Oro be cause that s the Spanish word for a major packing firm Dis covered that Oro Oil had advantages Over traditional rapeseed and soybean Oil in the manufacture of partially hydrogenated salad Oil. In 1967 five major food companies expressed interest in Oro and its Fame spread. In september this year there was a flurry of concern about the Levels of fatty acids in rapeseed based on Labora tory reports in Europe and Canada. The rapeseed association of Canada quickly advised that Canada s product in Gen eral was 40 per cent lower in Rucic acid than the Oil produced in any other country and soon the Farmers of this country will be Able to Supply All Rucic acid free it was through or. Dow Ney s efforts that sufficient stocks of Oro seed now Are available but the Alberta wheat Pool in its october newsletter said it will not encourage the use of Oro. Winnipeg will bid for world games although Winnipeg has failed in its bid to get the 1974 world gymnastic championships the City has not Given up the fight and another bid will be made to old the championships Here in 1978. Manitoba s consumer affairs minister Ben Hanuschak said monday that the Manitoba Branch of the Canadian gymnastics federation will make a id for the 1978 events. Or. Vanuschak returned from Ljubljana Yugoslavia sunday where he had accompanied a Winnipeg delegation seeking to brain the championships. The City of Sofia Bulgaria which made a bid much earlier ban Winnipeg was awarded lie event., or Hanuschak said the main Eason that Winnipeg did not it the championships was be Ause the delegation had not it in its offer soon enough and the 4u countries the world gymnastic federation of which Canada is a member decided that Sofia should Host the 1974 events. Another reason he said is a feeling within the federation that the soviet bloc and the free world must be kept he said the Western world usually hosts the olympic games and so it was Felt that a communist country should be study new mortgages Toronto up an Industrial consultant said thurs d a y variable rate mortgages and a government sponsored Central mortgage Bank Are being studied As possible new forms of financing to solve can Ada s housing crisis. Michael Boyd an adviser to Robert an dras minister in charge of Lio using said both new methods of financing Are being studied by the Federal government s re search group. He said housing starts for 1970 Are expected to be Down about from in 196s. Entitled to a sports event of this nature. To help the Winnipeg cause in getting the 1978 championships the world federation is going to be invited to Winnipeg in 1972 for its annual meeting at which time the City s facilities will be placed on show and notice will be Given that Winnipeg will make a formal bid in 1974. The championships Are held every four years and next Host country is decided at the conclusion of each year s games or. Hanuschak said the Winnipeg group which included metro chairman Jack Willis Rick Duha of Winnipeg head of the Manitoba Branch of the Canadian gymnastic federa Tion Hugh Nanton a gymnastic coach from Winnipeg and or. Keith Routley of Man sphere did a first rate Job in Mak ing the local bid. But a world athletic compe a Tiu is a big thing to inc pc pie of Europe and they obviously wanted it very Mueh or. Hanuschak said he was impressed by the style of life in the yugoslavian City and that if it was t for the Street signs it would be hard to Tell that you weren t in any North american City. He said there is a rather unique operation in the communist country where there is some private ownership and some co operative Type employee ownership As Well As the expected state ownership of Busin esses. Surprisingly enough English and French Are much More prominent As second languages than russian. Few people Actu ally speak he said. He added that the night life in Ljubljana is noticeably Wes Tern style with topless dancers night clubs and other varieties of entertainment Long history a form of bowline was played in Egypt As Early As 5000 by. The Pool said Oro needs a longer growing season than the traditional varieties now used in Alberta and it is doubtful Oro can be successfully grown North of Cal Gary. Supporting the transition to the new Rucic acid free varieties the Pool said it believes Canada s customers and growers will be better served by maintaining traditional types until they can be re placed. Japan now is Canada s larg est rapeseed customer and the Western Canadian seed processors Ltd. Plant at Leth Bridge is the largest single user of rapeseed in Canada currently buying nearly four million bushels a year from Alberta producers. There Are predictions of a steady increase in rapeseed production and marketing but David Walker an Alberta agriculture department Market ing economist has urged Farmers not to Rush to deliver this year s crop. He said the producers must keep a close watch on daily prices about a Bushel now at local Points and avoid flooding the move which would depress prices. Or. Walker estimates this year s sales will be 35 million bushels leaving a carryover of 45 million bushels. It is anticipated that the Opportunity to build up stocks will be welcomed by the he said. Meanwhile or. Downey continues his work hoping to pro be s variety that Aill pro vide meal Ideal As a livestock and poultry feed. He wants to make rapeseed meal even mor competitive with soybean meal thus expanding crops at Home and abroad. Food researchers already have demonstrated they can make artificial meats from soybean he said. The research Branch is going to be looking at this Market for our rapeseed meal because it May give our grow ers a boost in House starts up Ottawa up housing starts moved upward in septem ber reaching a seasonally adjusted rate of units com pared with in August Central mortgage and housing corp. Reported Friday. There were actual starts during september in Urban centres Chc said 4.9 per cent above the 1969 level for the same month. All types of dwelling except apartment units contributed to the increase. Playing this Briscoe chord Organ is so easy you can learn in minutes. Buying it is easier Check this Price Sale 590 Here s the Briscoe chord Organ thai you can play by number. And at this Low Sale Price you can buy it. Just As easily As play it. 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