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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Brandon, Manitoba
/ Thatcher sees chaos Brandon Man., monday november 20, 1967 Peter of per a a a a Centennial celebrations \ Knox United Church a nov. 22, 2 30-9 . A a Hobby Craft and Art display Pool packers Ltd. Brando hi-10th St phone a 3288 Liberal delegates passed two resolutions to enable Farmers to develop new produce for which there would be a Market and to provide hem with More capital to develop their farms. The resolutions were passed saturday morning during a session of the Liberal convention which was devoted to discussing the problems of agriculture and Rural development in Manitoba. The first resolved to promote Quot a crash program to find a High Pembina dam Altona Man. Up a a dam on the Pembina River in Southern Manitoba under consideration by the International joint commission will get priority treatment from the Manitoba government. Agriculture minister Harry Enns said saturday. He pledged his support for the $40,000,000 project in an address to the co operative vegetable oils Ltd. Annual meeting. Or. Enns said a i am prepared to make development of the water resources in this re yielding Grain of a milling and feed variety which could find a Market in this Way the Western Grain could Complete successfully with the soft Grain grown in Eastern Canada. The second Resolution concerned increasing the ceiling on farm Loans issued by the farm credit Bureau from the present $40,000 to $100,000. Prior to the passing of the resolutions the delegates had listened to a panel discuss the gets priority Gion a priority for my government in the immediate he said the government knew water supplies in the area were precarious. Coop president Roy Siemens said there have been two govern i men sponsored studies which emphasize the need for the dam. The International joint commission s report on the proposal is expected to be released in Winnipeg Early in december during a meeting in the Manitoba capital. Direction that agriculture and Rural development should take in Manitoba. The leading speaker was prof. Eugene Lang of the University of Manitoba school of agriculture who spoke on the need for an extensive program of vocational training in agriculture. Stan Roberts a former la spoke on the need for a sound Federal agricultural policy directed at once More developing a product which would sell overseas. Mrs. Marian Fulton the wife of the president of the Manitoba Liberal party expressed the viewpoint of the housewife and consumer toward the increasing Cost of agricultural production. R. Rasmusson a Farmer in the Morris constituency discussed the problems of the modern Farmer. a it to a Kimm of ii i jaw liberals support Farmers in Economy of you have the time Golden est has the taste in t it time you tried the 12-minute cigarette today tues. And wed. A adult a show times 2 15 a a 6 45 a ii . Zero mostel Phil silvers Jack Gilford a Bister Kenton h a Melvin Frank production a a funny thing happened o the Way to the forum Quot Michael Crawford Michael Hordern color by deluxe you need time to enjoy Golden est this is the twelve minute cigarette. But it you have the time Golde nest has the taste. A smooth taste that comes from tobaccos specially selected lot Goldcrest too millimetre length. In tact no other t cigarette quite measures up in length in taste in satisfaction. Golden est. Available everywhere at popular Price. By Garth Stouffer Sun news editor Saskatchewan Premier Ross Thatcher shouted his Way through an impassioned address to the Manitoba Liberal party on saturday afternoon damning the socialists and taking skin off his own party As Well. Luncheon speaker at the annual meeting of the Liberal party in Manitoba or. Thatcher caned for a Complete overhaul of Federal Liberal parties in order to retain a position of strength in Canadian oldies. Stating that there is Quot almost economic chaos Quot in Ottawa or. Thatcher told a standing room Only crowd Al the Prince Edward hotel that Quot if major changes Are not made quickly in some ways it will not matter who the next Leader is because outside of Quebec he will Only have a few members to Lead. Quot nothing More important faces the Liberal party today than its need to re establish itself with a Broad and truly National basis Quot said or. Thatcher. Heading Home after a Federal provincial finance meeting in Ottawa. Or. Thatcher said Canada is threatened by continuing and increasing inflation As Well As by a soaring Cost of living. Objecting to the Quot huh Cost of Money Quot which forced the Saskatchewan government recently to make a major loan at High interest rates or. Thatcher said the costs of services have grown to Quot unbelievable Quot Levels. He noted that provincial governments Are losing qualified civil servants to Ottawa because the Federal government pay is better. Quot we can t reach the salary paid by he said. Quot despite the fact that the . Is fighting a War in Vietnam a said or. Thatcher Quot our Federal expenditures Are going up faster. We Are overspending on so called social securities. And they Don t create any new wealth Quot he blamed All parties for having created the present economic situation but noted Quot but we Are the government and because we Are the government we must take responsibility for the situation. Quot our party is being viewed across Canada As one of or. Thatcher called on Western liberals to do some Quot Blunt speaking and self analysis Quot As the Call on the Federal liberals for action. He demanded that Ottawa take immediate Steps to bring about a series of changes Quot the budget should be brought into balance or As nearly into balance As possible at the earliest possible moment by decreased spending. Quot i agreed reluctantly with finance minister mitchell1 Sharps decision to increase taxes but it would have been a More palatable announcement if it had been accompanied Ivy real measures of Economy and savings. Quot the size of the civil service should be Frozen. Iii Saskatchewan we plan to reduce civil servants by 400 to 500 out of 7,000. Quot a Hall must be called to increasing social services and social welfare schemes until they can be paid for without borrowing. Quot and we should try freezing prices and or. Thatcher called for his party to Quot Stop Drifting. Lets give sound fiscal leadership before it is too Premier Thatcher who served As a Kcf nip member of parliament before leaving that party for the liberals rapped liberals who Quot propose to neutralize the nip by stealing their he said that the Quot socialist Experiment in Saskatchewan was a disastrous failure and an economic fiasco and called on liberals not to Quot attempt to replace Quot Canada has one socialist he said. Quot it certainly does t need another. Quot i know something about he said. A we had half baked socialism in my province for two decades. Tor 20 years in Saskatchewan they gave us stagnant Economy an economic fiasco. We know socialism from hard and bitter experience. Quot a Little socialism is like a Little he quipped. Quot once it starts to develop it is pretty hard to Premier Thatcher said that even in communist countries other than China leaders Are looking to private Enterprise to end economic stagnation. Quot but still we have liberals such As Walter Gordon suggesting we move to the left Quot he said. Such a step left he said would lose voters lose the w est. Quot it Woald disrupt the Liberal party beyond the realm of a National Force a he said. Or. Thatcher also told the meeting that the Prairies Quot suffer week after week Quot because the Liberal party has no Prairie members no spokesman in the Cabinet or in the House. If Gordon and the like feel the West is expendable. He said Quot then the whole party is weakened by the Prairie vacuum just As the whole country is weakened by the Lack of conservative seats in Quebec Quot As a he said Quot i suggest our party should make revival in the West a task of major he said the Federal liberals must present policies which will restore responsible fiscal leadership promote private Enterprise without equivocation pursue free Trade and lower tariffs As Well As promote steady Domestic re i form and increasing wealth for All. He also called for a meeting of liberals of the four Western provinces Early in the new year warning that a time is running out for the Federal Liberal party if major changes Are not made and made Buss for Bossy Marie Kotyk Brandon Alderman stood in for mayor Magnacca on saturday As she presented a Centennial certificate to Premier Ross Thatcher of Saskatchewan. Mrs. Kotyk delivered the certificate and included a kiss for the visiting Liberal. Polar Bear on attack Churchill Man. Up a Polar Bear was shot and killed in an Indian Village three Miles East of Here As it was dragging off one of the two persons it had attacked and mauled. Adolphe Thora sic 28. Was attacked while he was walking Home in the Village near this Hudson Bay port 600 Miles North of Winnipeg. Or. Thomassie was surprised by the animal and severely mauled and bitten before he was Able to get Loose and run to the nearby Home of Alex Sandberry. The commotion of the attack Drew mrs. Adele Nalgie out of her Home. The Bear caught her and began dragging her off when or. Sandberry rushed from his House with a Shotgun loaded with no. 5 shot. He had to wait briefly for an opening before shooting the 350-Pound Bear in the head. A a a a a a a a a a a j eyes examined j a glasses fitted b i Gerald r. I dressier i Quot optometrist a a a a a 23 tenth Street a a a 9-2020, Brandon
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