Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Till Wednesday, Daccmlior 8, 1971------ 1 i: ALL HERE Federal Conservative Leader Robert Stonfiold addresses :''e [party's notional policy convention in Ottawa. Mr. Stanfield is flank- r.'ni Premier- Drjvij of Ontario, Premier Richard Hatfield of New Pl0vi-2r Lougheed of Alberta, and Conservative leader Frank Moores .3.15 11 total almost half 11io.se uf liquor. Ten years ,-ro Ih'Y wcuhl account for >'4_yJi crop _ Wine Is Alberta Liquor Control Board, [hardly one-tenth the retail vol ume. Tom Richards, ALCB director of stocks, said there are severa reasons for the rise in wine sales ami affluence is obviously one of them. ''1 he said, "one ol the reasons for the increasec consumption of table wines is tte low mark-up policy on table wines adopted by the board 10 years ago. He listed the prices for a pop- ular Portuguese wine in various provinces and the additiona provincial sale." tax: and (ive-per-ccnt sales tax: Ontario f'2.20, 10-psr-cent sales tax British Columbia five per -cent sales tax; Quebec eicht-per-cent sales tax Alberta 51 .65, no sales tax. "And we havo Hghrr trar.s porUiM'in than most prov Mr. Ricbrrds said. H was cheaper to ship most things from Toronto to Vancou ver end back to Alberta than il was to ship directly from To- ronto to Alberta. CE1UXG ON PROFIT He also feels the board's new ruling of a maximum 125-per- cent profit en bottles cf wine in ung in earner than t'-s goal. I.T'.'ii a good crop ev.rvv.-horc.'' ho saiii. (irn'i'ty is sli'-htly bet'cr and s') i> the quantity.'' Tiicrc- lj mem- bers in association, he F.-.M. ar.d r.[ thi farms Alb'-'rta restaurants is likely to c o -fi n r a t i v e was i i liilijs fa- t'-..- cf holly for i's The B.C. Hoilv (irov.'crs Scciciy cs- h.ec! in to help holly and rk for liif of keep the popularity of sirging. Another sen-ice for wine drinkers by the ALCB was out- lined by MJ. Richards. "We're not going to keep up with the connoisseur buying in London. But first we try to meel the demand of the average drinker in Alberta "And lately our policy has gene in the direction of the spe- cialist crinker.' .Mr. Richards said a spccialisi drinker has a reasonably goot chance of being satisfied by the selection offered on (lie lists of the province's outlets. But some specialist not yet graduated to the printed fists and there is a spe- cial warehouse stock form at all cutlets cf 20 choice wines that can be ordered on a bottle basis. This special list offers than irio !sucn selections as the Chambsrtin Clos de Beze 1966 and a white burgundy called Montrachot Marquis de La. guiche 1969. lloll school children. The holly is c.il in lengths of IB inches but special cuts of 24 to 3-3 inches are made. 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