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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NHL HOCKEY WEEKEND JANUARY lllli M1h 10th TORONTO vt VANCOUVER CALIFORNIA vi VANCOUVER tmr Infonnmlen and teokingl Call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTM VILIAOI MALL PHONE 32MJOI The Lethbrtdge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, January 8, 1972 PAGES IS TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LtTKBRIBGE, ALBIRTA SEE US FOR ALL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS Canada will have record grain year By HIC SWfflART Stiff Writer REGINA With grain ex- 65 million bushels ahead of the saint period last year, Canada is virtually assured ol surpassing the 706 million bu- shel export record established in the 1970-71 crop year. The grain sale- lo China an- nounced last month helped in the record movement of grain said Otto Lang, minister re- sponsible for the Canadian Wheat Board. Addressing the second an- nual convention of the Palliser Wheat Growers' Association, Mr. Lang said Canada could start to go after feed grain markets DOW. He said Canada can enter the feed grain market but will have to do so at competitive prices. There is no alternative to tbo existing pricing situation. Mr. Lang implied that Can eda should start to develop and hold cusomters in the feed grain market, but warned the 650 members and guests that Canada will need greater quan- tities of feed grain. "We are looking in the near future to a one billion bushel grain export he said. In an ensuing question pe- riod, Mr. Lang said it was the feeling of the CWB that long- term contracts would be bene- ficial to the Canadian situation because it would assure mar- kets for longer periods. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 Sth Street South Phont 328-4922 NOW OPEN Govtrnment Llcenied Technician Repairs to Radios, Televisions and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO He said nil the contracts ligned with the Chinese gov- ernment have been for one year terms. Recognition of Chi. na many yeais ago by the CWB and more recently by the Canadian government was sited as having had "a lot to do with trade developments." On the question of the na- tional farm products marketing bill C-176 Mr. Lang said the only products definitely not in- cluded in the legislation are the grains under the jurisdic- tion of the CWB and those un- der the JursidieHon of the dairy commission. He said if other commodities wish to form marketing agen- cies It will be a clear choice of the producers of each com- modity. He told a Saskatchewan farmer that the reason cash crops are charged four times more for freight is that they are not included in the Crews- nest rates structure establishet in the 1950s. He said the CWB borrows large amounts of money to buy grain, and stores it until it can be sold in tin export market. Mr. Lang could not tell the convention why the price for rapeseed has increased while the price to producers has de- creased. He said there have been three million bushels more rapes moved this crop year than last year, but the price differential between rapeseed and soybeans remains unsually high. He suggested (bat importers have to be convinced to switch to rapeseed when the price fac- tor is advantageous. Mr. Lang told Alberta's direc- tor tD the convention, Orville Heber of Burdett, that the use of grain alcohol in automobile fuel had been discussed and studied but at present was not feasible. Mr. Lang told the convention that the Palliser Wheat Grow- ers' Association was doing a commendable job for UK wheat producers. CLIFF BLACK, Certified D.ntol Mechanic rJBLACK DENTAL Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL ILDO. PHONE 327-2122____ Calgary Power plans million project By JIM MAYBLE Staff Writer Calgary Power Ltd. is going to have to spend about mil- lion in power plant equipment to meet the estimated power re- quirements of its customers over the next five years. The company is to appear be- fore the provincial Energy Re- sources Conservation Soard Tuesday and Wednesday seek- ing permission to construct two thermal units valued at about million at its Sundance plant, west of Edmonton. The units are required to meet Calgary Power's antici- pated 63 per cent increase in power demand by 1977. Each unit would be rated at 375 megawatts kilo- watts or 375 million watts) and would have a net production of 392 megawatts. One unit, Sundance No. 3, would go on production in Octo- ber, 1976 and the other, Sun- dance'No. 4, would go on pro- duction in October, 1977. Construction is continuing on the company's million Big Horn hydro power and storage development, 80 miles west of Rocky Mountain House. Slated to start production late this year, it is designed to produce 108 megawatts. The million Sundance No. 2 thermal unit, now under con- struction, is to start producing 286 megawatts in November, 1973. It is located adjacent to the Sundance No. 1 unit which has the same production capa- city. The four Sundance units Wheat growers9 president pleased with 1971 market SEWER FOR INDUSTRY The new industrial park, situated on the old PoW Camp area, ii being serviced for future development. Part of feet of 42-inch storm sew- er pipe finds a home in the ground at 28th St. and 9th Ave. N. The city will also installing feet of 18-Inch pipe for a water feeder main in Iht area. Faulds Photo Farm marketing bill praised REGINA (Staff) The pas- sage by the Senate of national 'arm product marketing bill M76 was termed "the greatest wur" in Agriculture Minister Jud Olson's political career JANUARY FUR SALE WITH OUTSTANDING SAVINGS ON ALL FURS CANADIAN FURRIERS PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING 4th AVE. S. 59' SALE! MONDAY, JAN. 10 thru SATURDAY, JAN. 15 ZELLER-SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTRE Mayor Magrqth Drive Phone 328-7576 One HOUR THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING WESTMINSTER VILLAGE 13th Street North Phone 327-6726 MEN'S SLACKS LADIES' SLACKS MEN'S SUIT JACKETS LADIES' SUIT JACKETS LADIES' PLAIN SKIRTS, each WHITE SHIRTS Laundered fa perfection, folded or en hangar EACH BE WISE-MARTINIZE Optn Doily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. Friday at the second annua! convention of the Palliser Wheat Growers' Association. Senator Sid Buckwold of Sao katoon said the bill could be even more beneficial to the agricultural industry in the fu- ture. The Ml established ra- tional farm marketing round which can recommend to the federal government tile estab- EXTRA WEAR FOK EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH BEAT DRY WINTER HEAT! Comfort depends on- con- trolled humidity. Dry win- ter air causes a parched feel- ing in Lhe noso and throat, dry skin, dry hair and static electricity. D Our new power humidifier'stops this. Giva oa a coll, we'll install it on your furnace in two hours, then giyo your furnace a free inspection. D No wasted water, it All goes into your air. Adda more than three pinta nn hour if needed. Thii unique comfort aid adds joat tho amount of moisture you set it for. for winter-time comfort caH: CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1161 2nd Avenue t. Pliant 338-3381 Certified tfHHOXf dealer lishment of national farm mar- keting agencies for commodity groups. Only the poultry indus- try is affected now. Senator Buckwold said it was his opinion that livestock should have been omitted from the legislation from the begin- ning. He was referring to opposition by cattlemen, calling for the omission of cattle, calves, beef and veal from the legislation. "I am satisfied that Hie in- terest of the livestock pro- ducers are well looked he said in an interview. "Under a late amendment, no marketing boards for any commodity groups can be set up without a plebiscite among those involved. Senator Buckwold, who was named to the upper house in November 1971, said Mr. Olson was the power behind the bill. He had the endorsement of most of the responsible farm organizations, said Senator Buckwold. REGINA (Staff) A grat Ifying year for grain pro- ducers, with many ups an< some downs, pretty well de- scribes 1971, said Walter Nel son, president of the Palliser Wheat Growers' Association. Addressing the second i nual association convention Friday, Mr. Nelson said the organization was born out of producers' discon tentment with the market sit uation for grain, particularly wheat. He pointed to several occur ances in 1971, some of which helped the industry, including quota system that calls for the kind and grade of grain the buyer wants in order to til a sale rather than an annei: implementation of protein grading system; reduction of 120 million bushels of wheat In the ban dung system which represent ed a saving of per day in storage and interest charges for the farmer; release of the Menzles grain marketing review com mittee report, which showed inadequacies in Canada's grain marketing performance. Some recommendations have been acted on: possibility of a new and expanded market in the Southeast Asian countries du to foreign market surveys; SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 ROOFING C A SHEET METAL LTD. 1709 2 Avt. S. Ph. 328-5973 PERSONS INTERESTED IN FORMING AN 'OFF ROAD VEHICLE CLUB1 (EXCLUDING MOTORCYCLES) Write Box 144, Lethbridge Herald WEEKEND SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chaw Mela and Sour Sparerlnl Deep Fried Shrimps, Breadtd or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rice ALL FOR ONLY......... Delivered lo Yeur Home Piping Hal Open Weekdayi 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Aereti From CPR Depot new, forward-looking and business-like approach of the Canadian Wheat Board that captured new sales; of the block shipping system proving suc- cessful with a one third in- crease In boxcar new recognition of the federal government inland' ter- minals coupled wiUi producer delivery, unit train, and bulk- loading coastal terminals for Increased shipments of cleaned and graded grain from UK Prairies to ocean vessels. would be able to produce megawatts. Calgary Power's presait ear pacity totals megawatts. Big Horn will add 108, Sundance No. 2 will add 286, Sundanct No. 3 will add 352 and Sun- dance No. 4 will add 352 for to- tal production at the end of 1977 over this year's estimated peak demand of megawatts. Calgary Power estimates de- mand in 1977 will hit meg- awatts, a 62.7 per cent increase of megawatts. Calgary Power is also consid- ering installation of natural gat turbines for peaking and stand- by services, at additional cost. Calgary Power's present pro- duction of megawatts in- cludes: 680 megawatts from 12 hydro plants; 855 megawatts from its two thermal planto tt Lake Wabamun Wabamun and Sundance; and 5.3 mega- watts it buys from Medicine Hat. At the end of 1971 Calgary Power had capital Investments valued at 1328 million. It hu been in business almost 61 years. HIGH COST Britain's national health serv- ice, financed largely by public funds, cost nearly billion in the nounced. government an< ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th SI. S. Phone 328-4091 MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. "COLD WEATHER SPECIALS" Wi Ml dlitribulon of "Deleo" "GlobtliM" "Hart" 12 Veil 70 amp hour. To fit Chev., ford, Ponllac, Dodge, Plymouth, Rambler. Guaranteed 91 OC 4 yeori tntanit 12 Volt 10 amp hour. To fit Chryilir, ouick, and Mercury. Guaranteed Qf 4 ytun exchtnfO LETH. BATTERY 117 IZIh Si. 1 S. Ph. WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU'RE FORTY YEARS OLD, AND NOBODY CAN COME OUT AND PLAY WITH YOU? You dash to the parlour, open a little cover, throw a little switch, and really wail. If you have a big Yomoho Electrons Organ, you ilanol one of your electronic rhylhm band! to bock you up. You press a little button and start up a cha-cha beat. You step on Ihe pedal, and your fool become] a tuba. Or a string boss. You press another button, and your fingers become trumpets, or itring sections, or flules. And if you have a little Yamaha Organ, you will itill make Swanet River iound like a ilcamboat in Carnegie Hall. Whatever tize Yamaha you have, It'l Incredibly a Id of music for an Inspired little price. Sure, nobody comes Out to ploy with you. They'd rather come in and ploy with your Yamaha Organ. YAMAHA SUPPLIES LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th SI. I. Phone 327-1054 You know the name but our new address s 1224-3rd AvenueS. Jerry (formerly A. E. Photography lid.) 1224 3rd Avt. S. Itlhbrldgt S3 14 49lh Avt., TAIER Prwnt Phont 323-2402 ;