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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April II, TW UWMHOOI HKAIO 14 Common Market Hurts North American Agro By MDCUBaUE WASHINGTON (CP) The Ciamiaa linurifta. eanunittoe today released a atady tn pro- Nsrin Aaaanesn agrv enthral exports is the aext dec- ade feat it "modesth: sptinus- tie" but warns of danger afrit 11 toping European community ponetos. in. statement, also eaBsd w oe, Canadiaa and United States inaiatwes to revitalise eraarJoaal deal. with the critical situation in rid wheat markets. Both countries have a shared interest in avoiding a "chaotic taxation in the wheat market and in achieving, international such as through, the warnings of the International Grains Arrangement! KA price have been chattered by the continuing world wheat glut, although price genially have stabffiaed, HAIF THE TEAM Zoeehlni, human HALF Tlft TEAM D cannonboll In th. Rmajino. It Bornum I amis, whh wife, Linda, ot Now York's Madison Squoro Garden. The Zacchini. collided during a porforrnanc. o their act Feb. 4 and Zacchini has only recently recovered sufficiently from his injuries return to Iho act. AVs. Zocchini ii itill confined to a wheekhoir. Company Drops Policies On Pollution Lawsuits ley of the Common Market "stands as a large obstacle to all our agricultural exports, especially if extended to further protect the United Kingdom market from non-European sources of supplies." The IS stndy by Dr. J. Price GMUngcr, econo- mist with the Eeonsanir Bevel opnent af the World Bank goes even further. MUST KEDUCE BAUUERS "A Btaafetr af factors win tend to expand' Eoropena de- "i American sgri- ive been erratic, he says. However, "in the keg term it ipears sensible for the Soviet nioo to import the wheat needed the Soviet Far East Western Canadian ports which are eteer and involve more efficient transport H mand for North A The says "fee tre- mendous comparative coat ad- vantage of grain production m North America" should be more adequately expbiied ia trading relations with Europe. Bat i notes that the agricultural pal- cultural he writes "but t> barriers of the eora- nuniy's highly protectjooist common agricultural policy mnt-be reduced if trade be- tween North America and Eu- rope fe to continue to grow rap- Additionally, if the commun ty's policies continue and Britain and Scandinavia enter the commonjty, "North Amen earn exports'could a serious setback." Elsewhere Gittinger suggests that future Canadian wheat ex ports to China and the Soviet Union are "problematical." China's imports from have remained steady in recen years white Soviet demand the long overland haul from. Eu- ropean Russia. He predict: some growth' ia the share of commercial exports of food to less developed coun- about 20 per cent for the U.S. and 15 to per cent the "green revolution" that has increased production in such countries as India and Pakistan. Although there 9 a substan- tial community of interests be- tween the U.S. and Canada on export policy, the big exception is wheat, he says. Park Site .Sparks Protest OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment has i mured a tract of land for a national park around ArtiUery Lake, nartfaeast of Yel- towkafe, despite protests from mining interests in the Norm- vest A statement issued here said no hither staking ar i toot dim of muring claims win be per nutted m a mile tract which embraces part af the east arm of Gnat Slave Lake around Fort Reliance, en- closes the Ladmart River and Artfflerj Lake and stretches across the teeeane to the north. Hunting, trappcog and'fishini rights win be preserver', for In- dians in the area who depend OB gome itaoureet, the statement said. A band ofabout 200 Ind K JUw. OU ade the proposed park area on 1 Christie Bay, part1 af Slave Lake's east arm. Studies and discuaaons about reaerring me area as the tint park entirely withui northan torritorief since national park Canada's not been under interest) protested here cbtdd be jxch renources n the designated regkn. Similar pressure from mining interests has delayed plans tor a nations! park neighboring Yukon Territory. No offieiahj were rranable after the announcement had been distrBMted in Ottawa to expVaia what would happen to A statement that "i______ with me Indian! are atffl con- tinning" abo was unexplained The designated tract would be Canada's takd-biggeat natwoal park afar the n.MO-sqaire- wide Wood BuHals park, strad- dling me AJberta-Nortfawest Territories boundary, and squareVmue Jasper park the Rockia west of Rhnonton. wraid be KJJCT the sqoare miles of Banff National Park, ate in the AJberta Bockw. NEW BEAB VIEW Again advocatmg co-operation through the 1GA, he concludes: 'However difficult such a course may appear, the alterna- tive is coUapie ia world wheat prices, chaos in me wheat mar- ket and rancor among friends." The committee of 85 U.S. and Canadian leaders in business, labor, agriculture and the pro- fessions is sponsored by the Na- tional Planning Association in the U.S. and the Private Plan., ning Association of Canada. Established in 1937 Ui study "problems arising from groining interdependence between" ths two countries, R is headfd by Robert M. Fowler, resident ofHhe Canadian Puto ind Paper Association, ana John R. WhHe, vice-president of Standard Oil Co., New Jersey. Over the years ft has spon- sored a number of such "objec- tive research studies on various aspects of Canadian-American relations." TOKYO (Renters) A Japa- nese company hi making a de- vice called the which is placed under a car's rear fender and relays its view of the road to a screen before the driver's eyes. The firm is rwatani of Osaka, ART DETRKH e DB4TURE CUNIC M, St. WITH THESE COUPONS Tuesday, April 14th The specwis offered by these lead- ing Nt-rtk Abridge Merchants available only upon (.mentation of their Specials hi effect miti Wed. dosing, March 15th. CLIP AND SAVE PHILADELPHIA (AP) In- surance Company of North America1 announced here it no longer win write liability poli- cies uruteciiug clients in law- tafcs resulting from water or at- njoepberic Ah INA spokesman aho Even Tax Crumbs Welcome the company not renew ttns trpe of coverage in poBdea al- ready held as they come up for renewal Robert Brawn, INA director of saad the compaay has taed in- lent wtt afl SO statw asd with the guvaiiuient and received approval to M Jtates and Canada. He said the process is required when proposing in l cbang the win primarily affect oil eompa- wct mosses arising from apfl- lage and kakage but win also affect todmtrie. which poBute the resulted from a "com- munity muuuiLfltty and con- cern with the eovironment" tONDON (CP) Harassed British taxpayers are Kkety to whistle a happier tune the government's new budget is Mi- veiled Tuesday. Because of inflation fears and the big wages jump, tax cuts may not be large but as one weary Briton said, even crumbs are welcome alter ffiTvears of Drunimers Trained At College Confidence is widespread that Roy Jenkins, chaocenor of the eacbequer, win case the toad, with Britain showing hefty sur- pkses in its foreign accounts Prime MioMer Wfcos pav- ing the way for a generat etec- ttai wracfa may be held next ML HE manoate rocs out to spring of 1971. Munttipal and county elec- Iton showrd Wilson has gamed a Sttle more fsvor with the pub- ic, compared wHh devagtaUng polls and byetectiom a year ago, but not enough to as- him thai be can return to TOIUJNTO (CP) Take 251 drummers doing their thing for 44 weeks 'every year and, yes, yon have a great deal of noise. Give these same drummers a bunding ,to drum in, worth of instruments to practise with and a M-year-old instructor with 20 yean' experience and you hare me Ontario College of PcicuuiOD in Toronto. Paul Robsoo, head of the col- lege, started drum instruction at 14, when he bad a drumming daw ia a Toronto technical school. This class WM parlayed mto a arrangement witi the Toronto board of edu- catjoo which continued until 96S, when he opened bis own power without some sharp Most commentator! soggest i wiil reduce income tax, which currenUy average about 41Vi per cent or eight s threepence hi the pound. OTHER SJ'UPS LIKELY Other possibilities range from tower taxes on beer to larger csme Ux deductJons. The purcnaee'tax, applied on most umisuiiieii' goods, may also be trimmed. It ranges from 1ZH to 55 per cent. Another govern- ment pre-election favorite k to credit curbs and the time to pay. 'Whatever path Jenkins may choose, k is kkety that conces- sions may be pttrhed to ontd Labor1! tradinsna lower school. Mr. Robson has a staff of 21 nQ- and pact-bine instructors, fit students enrol for a two- course which goes on for 44 weeks each year. Says the ooUege head: "1 don't go for these free, -loose and uudbcipHned drummers. "I want to turn out have both tM classical dbci- pbne and the Jazz orientation. "I torn oat' drummers who ne musical. That'i the key ______ He rates as good di uuuneis avant-garde performer Tony Wimams; Bloadi Sweat and Tears percussion man tht eye of satners. But he also' is likely to pv the bosses a boost, for be has already promised to seek the maximum economic growth the country can afford and oneway oj asmuing growth is to tu age increased iavwtment, APARTMENT BOOM Daring apartments wore fmished in Norway and an additional were started. Cotooby, and Alan Dawson, diuuuuer witib Davs Biiajeck at I recent Toronto Syaphony con- cert LONDON (ReottrS) A ship it cnrreoUy carrymg a caret to a footprint of Lord Baden PowtU, OK fon- der of the Boy Scoots. The foot- print, copy of one ia scoot- centre io sootheast England, a a gift to the scouts' national training centre oa Formosa from WTBiam D. Campbell, an EXTRA FANCY SHORT GRAIN RICE PORTABLE TV WTTH INSTANT PlAY .99 100 Spin. Slbs. SAKUMOTCyS CONFECTIONERY ft GIFTS AND TWS COlffON ACME TELEVISION COBY'S FASHIONS SM 1M ST. N. CMOURB) TOILET SEAT Riplou rtxrt Mot wMi PAINT ROLLER KITS Wh" rim M" x rfironw plohd, brak. color flomboyanl horiionhit bar bent, Canadian ttyU ouraorin front Item drain fvanl, for lad 7 ta U. Reg. 49.93 NOW OWY wm apsnciatad. NORTH LETHBRIDGE NORTH LETHBRIDGE NORTH LETHBRIDGE HOCKEY STICKS DISCOUNT TRE-WAX True wax cleaning wox. One step deonlnj and waxing proem. Off THE COST Of A WHEEL ALIGNMENT NORTH LETHBRIDGE Lyle's Hardware North Ltttwidft AVA Mial If N< UAVT'C N, HUT I 32M441 ;