Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE lETHaSIDGE HEUAIO Priday, Dictmfacr IS, 1972 Examine food chain Farmers not responsible IL for all food cost hikes EDMONTON Increases in butior. food prices are inevitable iarrr.e'rs can': accept the (oral relation to the amourc responsibility according to the food in other couaures. president oi the Canadian On another line of "i.-s ;.-.or.-. Nation cf Agriculture. Mr. Mizro said stability is or.e rr.cir. :o imprpv. srMrBsinB of the mcst important ele- our develop Charles Munro. addressing of __. the third arxual meeting of merits in Canadian Unifarm here Thursday, said Ke grain pr.ces ar.d tre tcome that farmers earn tec stanLUty nas ito_ ;2Luer..F. far producing food is a very f-n_ botn_ tnc grain ana small part of the food bill. Tr.e incus" farmer's share of: the Canadian This stability ts needed ;or fcod bill is only 11 per cent, production and prices for all He told the Cnilarm meeting commodities to properly serve the export rr.ar- Ln 1971 than it averaeed from ket. IKo to 1S63. "Farmers locg borre T Lhe ccets of efficiency and in- r creased productiwity in the form ot intolerably low in- about the elements of costs v.'ould fc-e Ln aH our Eater- strait ;imf for farmers .d er- world competition gests a thorough examination cf the food chain, especially fee i the housewife who notices the: EDMONTON Canada- c.cr. increases more than any other grain producers are urm sesrrjetit of society. ing domestic consumers c- This exarninadoti would in- grain. elude an analv-ls oi all cost- Gordon Earl, executive cirec components ir-ilatioo. pro- tor of tie Cansrlian W.-eat :cr -5 cessing. marie-ting and board, responding to a cues- er :n an ur_t-r He rx.lr.tec to the huse rr.er.t "of to p.usrla New marketing svstem stabilizes feed industrv Channon. tart the Mr. Chanr.on told a Urjfarm from the enrdr.g meeting hers Thursday the ser- man uninjured to solve a pr for n-ore A man escaped processing in the provir.r.e injury when the car he was Ffe said there la more driving went into the ditch two in agricj'thTal '.'.e miles north of Kisrrray 3 West if tr.ey leave ;r. a r> on Highway 11. semi or totally iv.'e i FOICJU COUJH Frank: M. Lazaricfc, 1M9 5th With this in mind, ha Are- N., 'ia.5 south-; not even the Aloerv. f.-rsin bound when his car went into! Commission is K.W-K'JZ: the west ditch and rolled. i tr.e sale of There waa an esUmatei SI, damage to the Lazarlcic He added that much of -re feed grain OV.T. in Alher.i it orocessefi to .torr.e vv fore fed This ejttra steo can he otr.e :n Alberta agency By JIM MAVBIK cvfi'cbl'j to Canadian vacation- Jle'rald Staff Writer re Calgajy-hased tourist Tr.e o her function of Etsia has "become affiliate] Canada v-.ill he to package the two largest lour v.hole- srA r-rtpare lours througnout skiers in the world. Dan Rover Car.sda. Tht-.c tours, htsides of announced rnace svsilablt to Csn- A contract was sigr.td this v.-ili IA offered to Neck- between Relax Travel, and fl'.-ia of Yorl: Club Vacations cljeni. throuphout the world. York) and Neckermann of Ger- EXr'.tNS'lON rnanv establishing Etsia Club Thj; '.-.ul'J a significant Vacations of Canada Ltd. with expansion, of in Canada, read-iuarters at Relax Travel oar'-iculirlv v.'cs'.em CanarJa. in Calgary. Mr. J'eiax Reiai travel is o-AT.od by a V.'es'.em Canada ?ro-jp of Aloerlans teaded by tojrs for who are Mr. Royer of the Park Plaza irltres'.cd in hu-iting, In- Hotel, as and rar.chire ar.d skiing, he Terrance Rover a.5 executive said vice orefident. o: Canada v.ill 'rx: 65- president of Etsia of Canada tablishing offices under the Et- and Dan is vice-president. sia Club Vacations name in Neckermsnn and Ctsia con- Toronto and Vancou- and K'n.iiiion .The tours offered are tha meals every day. Specializing in masi move- ment. Fltsia and v.riich is part-oVrT.er of Etsia. have averaged wO _ f flTrrs weei over the past -er.ior cltizer.s and :n- liOLB The role Etsia Club Vacs- -s of Canada v-rill play in tr.e to the f'jnction already formal by the t--o other c'.m- co r.o: par.les involved, said DDPI Roy- er. Etsia of -rill tak- T.-.e in? the varied t7jr> said. i already prrr.-ided by the two af- ov.r, 'h fiiiates aid be mitring ther-i ir.g th can flv to the I-'srds. the Medterran- Africa as cheap r than to Hs- of agricul- j producers of feed grsir-. 7; ture. including Lethhrldge. A i sell prodixt-u; ior cerretArv 'or the livestock di-! prices as case a vision in the office does a few ytars ago.. wee'cy of the price of A spin off of the service 1 grains primarily to feed that it provides a livesUick ar.d compiles them on chec> of the pulse of the i'-A''- c: a master sheet for distribution. grain market" ir. Alberta, svai.ar..' gri.r. s.pp.y. said. Ir. o.rder to a-ivc the -c-eat LIP 2rant-, If needed, this c-r.K> will al- s i coamhsior. to re'.'.m- :t-- -0 Car hlt.S dltCll. mend u, the Girl kept from school, mother fined S25 A grade 9 st'irier.t s' Vc'f--. ch'xrl hid crOssed a rr.or.vh of of arjf thai if she ret-rr.erf '-o '-'A te 10 fir behind she would fall he: ezirr.; Sharon Sa'.kman her Mrs. ALca Sacirnan, of !5W 14tli St. if ;he ivsy uncil the cext seKiee-xr Mrs. agreed or. r.erseJ before Provincial Judje C. E. or. 6 charge o She told The Hsrild that ihe r.a-: ihit the pil of Gilbert hid of her o'eclslor.. Sharon ha-d, already mlii-jd a of school, far behind thi'. she th-.-jjl'-'- r-'-v-r catch up." Mrs. i-atkman said. Tr.e criarge stated that betv-e'sr: .'.'ov. 1! Nov. 2i, Mrs. Ssckirian dijjhti: school. Late shopping until 23rd In the province in row fjp-po% 'STOP savs tr.e application. 'in rvi-coonkn v.l-ich use E.rter.ded are t-ru Fr.o-iv. hut and ,r-eli at 5 en "'-s-.wtile, the feders.! iru'vrrr. the pur.l.c a'-Aut j Bridge s-V-res. v.-..j ne c.os- has announced that nine -.ion. 1 College Mail eztend-ed sr.os- :or arc: 'V''- r.ro'e't." started under la.ct ping hours began Tuesday vit'r. :'.g _ Jjfist sales tool SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOILESTRUP SANO AND GRAVEL Consirudion Co. Ltd. PHONE Centre stores fo- r.e open from S a.m. 0 p.m. c.cd W; a r.c. six days a week until Dec. a. f'.o-.-.e- 2 r.r.d on stores cpeived for minute ler.ice until malting ar.d feeding CITY OF LETHBRIDGE ir.g 055 renting regjlci'cn '.'ii! eon-is info effscf 1, Alf over six c.f oqe r-.u-.r j 5. GO annum 2. Dog ere (Jus end pcycble -v. ir-.d ic J any of each year. 3, No fee charged for by n r, p-ncn buf tn-s dog rrvijst bo regliivVr-i'J License 4. fee of per c.: -o tK-5 first 24 hours irnpo-jridrr err. (c> to a dog (bj running ot fcrge fper f i r, offense Si TK'rd offers S2v INSPECTION DEPT. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC ice missing drop ooz 'hat s payroi by to STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phor.e 327-3024 t occurred the Southland ths1. fov. IJorf.e, A Ave., wwid do trx: hsd l-XAri msii v -'rj- svArr.rM.-it 'o no-.'., .f- s; l.orr.e. loy f.'r.e tin-.e v.e'v- VliUft flov.n -f arrived, the 'had He -.aid the r.r. r.d the were tnrwi- fvM V, :r< f'r.t Off d Vj '.r.eir horr.'; --.MtK-.'ff.. fi of the orn- ;.sid VTr ssirf mo-.t th'; o thi'-i lir.-.e ir.i: ro'.pi'sl mail 'f-. I1.-.-: o' :h- oM. of tr.e p-.-.t by l; there may a theft I have not got Uiem. Hrxrft can fcaki HESE6Y OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE UNCLAIMED BICYCLES: '-'-..o-' TO CCM, elotl- Jopc- D-I12. CCM, CC.V, Mo r. Glider, bf'., bid rr.-jiT bs r BIDS C105E MONDAY, DECEMSER IBlh, 1972 AT P.M.