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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta December 15, 1971 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 1ft Grain delivery quotas me receives Qucb QUEBEC (CP) A bill giving the provincial government power to impose municipal mercers was adopted in bill ec approval If municipalities refuse lo merger despite favorable studies, the minister will IK able to impose a merger RED DEER (CP) Beef ireeders in the province feel supervision of the Alberta 4-H program should again lie the responsibility of the department of partmcnt since the mid-1960s. An Angus breeder complained that some 4-11 leaders sent out by the youth department don't have an agriculture background and the program sugi they arcn'T happy with the federal government's plan to build a cattle quarantine station at the Edmonton International Airport. Both the shorthorn and elected Mr. Silver to serve another term as president. Howard Macdonald of Granger was named first vice president, Bob Hymas of Rosebud is second vice-president and Howard WINNIPEG (CP) Further changes in producer delivery quotas, involving the wheat "C" quota, herculcs durum, rye, flaxsral and durum wheat, have been announced by Main, liegina North, Re-gina South, Rcgina West, Brandon CP, Pasqua, Bulyea, Bred-cnbury and Saskatoon CP. In two blocks, Swift Current and Outlook, a "C" quota of two bushels per quota acre national assembly. The legislation, designed to reduce the province's municipalities by naif, also provides for per capita grants as high as for municipalities that agree to next year. The Union of County Councils opposed the bill, saying municipal reform in rural areas should be based on the existing county council structure. County councils arc not meetings the Alberta Associations of Hereford, shorthorn and Aberdeen- Angus breeders, delegates approved resolutions urging the return of 4-H fo agriculture. The program has been breeder suggested that instead of trying to salvage something from 4-11, the breeders should try to organize a program for young people on their own. Dealing with other passed resolutions the project. "Our biggest worry is that if any disease or problem crops up at the station, it will affect our cattle export market to the United said Dave of Edmonton is secretary-treasurer. Named directors for a three-year term were Dave Durie, Lavoy: Emil Warnky, Wetaski-win; Bob Smith, Calgary; and Bill Boake, Acme. Canadian when', grading No. 4 bill passed second in the new of the youth de- uie came oreeciers of Huxley, president of The first C rmoui, aulhorizing producer higher was also clause-by-clau.se study and third reading, after an association. "We have been assured FINDS FAME ot two bushels per quota acre of No, :t and No. 4 All wheat "C" quota changes were effective motion to send it back to committee for further study teachers is a minimum hazard Mr. Silver said. "But BAY, Ont. (CP) A wheat in 10 shipping 4.1 to Quo. (CP) (CP) Two i Brieux, who was dismissed can carry hoof and Bay housewife, who has has been extended to first ''B'1 quota for policy has centres and colleges of C-....1. i, i the Hnmhold! school across the English sketching as long as she deliveries of No. 1 C.W. red spring wheat. The ten shipping blocks affected by the change are Saskatoon south, Saskatoon Wesl, Prince Albert durum, authorizing deliveries of five bushels per quota acre at all delivery points, came into effect Monday, as did the first "B" quota of such amalgamations since the early 1960s but the legislation adopted Monday night is the first giving the government power to impose mergers and professional education ordered re- i Onlerelreinslated today was in four northwestern Quebec re- j Armclla Caton, of the Maple instated and paid ba'Jk pay i vhnnl unit wlm gions have formed a common uecK fcnopl unit, vno was after being dismissed by van-i awarded salarv lost according front to protest to the minister jn Brov. what's to slop them from carrying the disease a w a y from the Members of the Angus association suggested the station until three years ago gave her pictures away because she wanted others to share in the satisfaction she de- Prince Albert West. B i g g a pei' quota acre social affairs concerning i any salary earned Ihe only for export from doing them. Now North, Edmonton North, wheat for all government will be health services in Ju.-lice Waller Tucker and not for Forrester, who with her monton South, lEdmonton Hanna West and Calgary. In addition, tne "C" quota of. two bushels per quota acre for No. 1 C.W. red srping wheat only has been r-- A three-bushel increase, raising the flaxseed quota to eight from five bushels per quota acre, was authorized at alt delivery points Dec. 9, as was designate zones in which it can order municipalities to undertake merger studies. HAVE A YEAH The municipalities will The minister assigned in 1970-71 four health nurses for students, or an average of one nurse for 4.075 students. In 1971-72, the same number completed hearing eight cases in Queen's Bench Court brought about by teachers who claimed illegal dismissal and who sought damages of pay lost Monday he reinstated Anderson of Moose Jaw received damages from Nov. 1, 1970, to date of trial, because she had turned down a teaching position 70 miles breeder said the federal government wants to get the project under way quickly to provide winter work. It was suggested importers would fly the animals in probably operates a mixed and dairy farm in this eastern Ontario community, has found there is a demand for her work and she has sold paintings that shipping blocks and these are Melville, S'a s K a i u a u ..io..., Prince Albert East, Prince increase, raising the nave a year LCI IKJJU quota to J3 from eight bu- dums, study the pi-oposed merg-shels per quota acre. ers and report to the students, or an average of per reserved judgment in the case of Jeannine Placsko of her home after she was dismissed June 30, Ireland and Australia. The short horn found their way lo California and many parts of Canada. THAT GIVE INSTANT PLEASURE, BLACK and WHITE OR COLOR FROM PHILCO PHILCO 12" B and W Portable 17" B and W 11 Available in gold or avocado. C j The ideal Christmas gift. NOW ONLY AS LITTLE AS PER MONTH lightweight and portable. Specially priced at........... 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