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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? WE'LL DELIVER YOUR TICKETS ANYWHERE IN THE CITY For Information and booklnfi call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CINTH VILLAGE MALL PHONI 12M101 The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, January 29, 1B72 PAGES 13 TO 26 NOW IN OUR NIW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 nomirONAL UDG. 740 4th AVI. 1. UTHMIDOI, AUERTA SEE US FOR ALL OPTICAL NEEDS All that's missing is the life buoy and Mr. Chinook holds the key Drought would hit Lethbridge hardest By JOE BALLA Staff Writer If there was another serious drought on the prairies, Leth bridge would be the first to suffer from a water shortage and it would be tbe hardest hi centre in the West, according to Dr. C. D. Stewart, presiden of the Lethbridge Community College and chairman of the irater resource committee o lthe chamber of commerce. One of Canada's foremos authorities on water who was in charge of the construction at the South Saskatchewan Riv er Dam, Dr. Stewart says: "we already close to a serious Situation. During two days in 1770 there wasn't enough water flowing in the South Saskatche- wan River to meet the commit- ment the Prairie Provinces Water Board has to the prov- ince of Saskatchewan. As chairman of the cham- ber's water resource commit- tee, Dr. Stewart is formulating Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 Slh Street South Phone 328-6932 NOW OPEN Government Licensed Technician i Repairi to Televisions and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO plans to hold a special meet- ing in Lethbridge this spring. Main purpose of the gathering will be to have a total look at the available water supplies, uses and uses intended. "How are we going to use dams and big build additional irrigation sys- tems, industrial and domestic water impoundments pro- posed for 20 years from if we are going to use up the available water between now and then? From the watershed? What is a Dr. Stewart feels these are some of the key questions that will have to be answered, and answered soon. "Sooner, or la- ter the people of southern Al- berta are going to have to iapo up to these questions. We w have to find out what the city requirements are and how v> are going to handle this pro lem one year, five years, 1 years and 20 years from now. He suggests it will take pub- lic support and pressure to gc government action to attack the many and varied' problems as sotiated with water resources "On UK says Dr Stewart, "the problem may no appear to be too great. But, Poultry industry facing good year The southern representative to the Alberta Broiler Pro- ducers Marketing Board paint ed a rosy picture for the Al berta poultry industry. Tymen Donkersgoed of Coal dale said 1971 was a good year and 1972 will be a good poul try year, especially for broiler chickens. Addressing the Southern Al- Krta Poultry Council meeting .Ir. Donkersgoed said broiler producers went into the 1971 eason with a surplus of three million pounds of meat. A six per cent increase In ales with a correspondingly ow 1.6 per cent Increase in resulted in the sur- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bids. 222 Slh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 Ther'sno Time Like New To Buy A Snow Blower DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! H.P. Regular Now Only S H.P. Regular Now Only International Harvester Sales Service 304 Stafford Drive Phone 327-3125 LEE DUCK CLEANERS '1.49 DAYS CONTINUING ALL THIS WEEK 2 Piece Suits 9 Dresses 1.49 FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE Lee Duck Cleaners 330 13th St. N. Phon. 327-2770 plus dropping to 1.4 million pounds at (lie start of the 137 season. He said to expect about a six per cent increase in sales for this year. Dick Clemis, southern repre- sentative to the Alberta Eg Producers Marketing Board told the council that in the Lethbridge area 5.2 per cent o the province's producers were covering 18 per cent of the pro- vincial quota for eggs. He said 1971 was one of the poorest years for egg pro- ducers. He said egg production can be regulated but at certain times of the year, just after Christmas and Easter, the con sumer doesn't eat eggs. Dick Sabey, southern repre- sentative to the Alberta Turkey Producers Marketing Board told the council the price 01 turkey to the producer hasn't been that good. He said there is a 17-miUion- jountl surplus of turkey in Can- ada. He said this has been helped jy the removal of 3.6 million pounds lo the World Food Or- ganization and an unexpected >rder for two million pounds rom the United Kingdom. He said the 1972 production will be about ISA million pounds which is just about vhat has been produced over the years. He said the total consump- ion of turkey in Canada was 10.67 pounds per person. ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS C and A Sheet Metal 1709 J Ave. S. 321.5973 HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1261 2nd Ave. S. Phone 318-3318 is serious, or at least very close to a serious situation. Extreme- ly important and complex gional economic implications associated with some of Che var ious development plans will be proposed. He feels that part of Alberta preoccupation about alfocatin water to downstream provinces appears to rise in connection with the contention that to priority should be placed on the use of water for irrigation pur poses in (he obvious Interests of the need for more food pro- duction. "We he states ventorying and categorizing various atmospheric, surfac and underground water sources in order that know edge may be as extensive possible then we must d something with that knowledge Dr. Stewart hopes to hav federal, provincial and munic pal resource personnel at th gathering mis spring. His plan ning committee consists of Jak Theisen, Dr. A. E. Palmer, C W. Mowers, Wilf R. F P. Bowman, Oonway Cameron Bruce Alger and Jack H mood. Dr. Stewart also suggests tha from what I know' PRIMK Tax effects panel subject Wednesday Effects of new tax laws on wsiness and property income professionals, and companies and shareholders will be the main topics to be discussed by a panel at a public meeting in Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant Wednesday. Sponsored.by the Institute of bartered Accountants of AI- the Lethbridge and Dis- trict Chartered Accountants issociaton and the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce, the vening will begin at with no-host reception, followed dinner at and the agen- a at The panel is composed of members of the Lethbridge and District Chartered Accountants Association. Tickets at each are available at Leister's Mu- or the chamber office. At- tendance is limited. Wednesday's panel discus- ion is the second meeting ponsored by the group. Archaologisti meet Blood Indian Bill Hunt will speak about Chief Robert Small- loy's wilderness band in the Irazeau River area of central Iberta, at an Archaeological Society meeting tonight. The meeting will be held at p.m. In the lecture theatre t Lethbridge Community Col- gc. (Prairie Rivers Investigation Manage m e n t scheme described as total de- velopment for the waters risin in Alberta, has not been aban doned by the new Conservativ government. "I'm Dr. Stewart says "that PRIME was never reall in it was not an act, or legis- lation. We must therefore as- sume that the PRIME concept is still valid, and it's up to pub- lic pressure to get the govern- ment to act on it." Next meeting of the plannin] committee will be Feb. 16. Concert set for Monday The Lethbridge Symphoir Chorus will present a corner of sacred choral music Moo day at p.m. In the Yates Memorial Centre. The first portion of the two- part concert is a collection of oratorio choruses, part of Hay- dn's, The Creation and pieces by Mendelssohn and Bomberg There will be a duet by AT !hur Hunt and Walter Goerzen. Rudy Begehr, Layerne Eriek- sen and Evelyn Mills will per- form as a trio. In the featured part of the concert tihe chorus will be ac- companied by a section of the Lethbridge Symphony Orches- tra in their presentation of Jo- seph Haydn's, Mass in Time of War. This work, never before per- ormed in Lethbridge, is a symphonic mass of the light quality which characterizes all of Haydn's work. Singing the solo passages of the Mass, which differs from the usual Church Mass, are Arthur Hunt, Mary Thomson md Michael and Colleen Kouf- maun. All four have an extensive musical background and have >een the receivers of many awards and high praise from critics. The Mass, written during the threat of war on Austria, is an expressive and meaningful rayer for peace. Tickets for the concert are vailable at Leister's or in the fates box office prior to the performance. Tory convention Lougheed promises Alberta to Stanfield By GREG McINTYRE Writer EDMONTON Alberta Pre- mier Peter Lougheed has thrown his provincial party's support in the next federal election behind national Tory leader Robert Stanfield with a pledge to deliver all 19 federal seats for the Conservatives. Currently the Oonsevatives 15 seats and the Liberals told the other four federal seats n this province. "So there is absolutely no said t h e iremier, "the minute the bal- oon goes up and the federal election starts, I and my col- eagues have a target and hit's all 19 federal Conserva- tive seats." Robert Stanfield, in a speech i cheering Conservative .sup- wrters at the provincial party's annual convention here, said the Liberal Trudeau gov- Toaieot has alienated the west by Ignoring "the individual" and taking a "pessimistic view about the future of western agriculture." "1 don't travel anywhere In Western Canada without hear- ng volumes spoken by mem- iers of the agricultural com- munity about their dissatisfac- tion with a federal government hat's trying to turn their liveli- hood and their way of life into some kind of a public Mr. Stanfield said. Without a healthy western agriculture, every Canadian will be that much poorer, he said. H elected Mr." StanfieM prom- ised to take provincial govern- ments info consultation on pol- icy matters. "In our approach the Alber- ta government would not be left out of the picture on en- ergy policy he said. Turning to Premier Loug- heed sitting in the front row of the auditorium, the national party leader said: "You are m good hands in Alberta. You have a dedicated provincial government under Peter, a. government that will work hard at fulfilling a desirable destiny for this province." Four provincial governments in Canada have chosen Con- servative rule, said Mr. Stan- field, "and more and more Ca- nadians are thinking seriously about the need to have these attitudes prevailing in their federal government." Socred stronghold EDMONTON Alberta Pro- gressive Conservative party president Roy Watson says it will take "a lot of effort" to un- seat the Social Credit members of the legislature who hold the majority of seats from south- ern Alberta. Mr. Watson, speaking la an icterview at the provincial Tory's annual convention here this weekend, said that even at the next provincial election, likely in four years, the Con- servatives may not win a ma- jority of seats in southern Al- berta constituencies. Despite the victory of the Lougheed government in Au- gust after 36 years of Social Credit rule, not a single rep- resentative won south of Cal- gary. Mr. Watson said the conven- tion, attended by about Tory supporters has two aims: to celebrate the victory of tba Lougheed win and to plot Con- servative strategy for pre- dicted 1972 federal general election. Feeder cattle Feeder cattle from the Letb- bridge public stockyards were primarily shipped within the Lethbridge-Brooks area. Thero were 74.5 per cent of tie fccdcTb shipped from the stock- yards that remained in the area. Gould assist district GovLto help potato industry By R1C SHTHAKT Staff Writer The Canadian government Dounced Friday that it wi open tenders to purchase fen million pounds of rotate granules to help boost ageing industry. Harvey Pudwell, executiv assistant to Federal Agricu urc Minister Bud Olson se'" the potatoes will be used as supplem e n t a 1 contribution Canada's 530 miLtton gift to th world food program of the Foe and Agricultural Organization the United Nations. The Canadian potato prod cers and processors will ceive for the four mi ion pounds. Cost of transport ing tile potatoes to the Bang! fesh, Pakistan and Indi_ areas goated by the secretary eneral of Hie UN, will be 00. Mr. Pudwell said this is tin irst time the government cau use potato products in this prc [ram because it is the first ime a market for the produc lad become available. He suggested the Taber anc auxfaall processing plants he large surpluses in storage anc said this could relieve the situ ion for them. He said the tender will opened for all processors witti gran u 1 a t e d potatoes and ex ted hope that the southern Uberta plants "would get their hare of tbe purchase." Andy Anderson, plant mana ORGANS NEW and USED MUSICLAND WE TAKE GKAINI LETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. "COLD WEATHER SPECIALS" We are the dlilributon of "Delce" "Olobellli" "Hart" IS Volt 70 amp hour. Te (it Chiv., Ford, Penllac, Otdfe, Plymouth, Hanblir. _ Guaranteed 91 OC 4 yean eichonge ill Volt tO amp hour. To fi! Chryiler, Buick, Oldt, and Mercury. Guarantied AA QP 4 run LETH. BATTERY 117 19th St. I S. Ph. 317-5587 ger tor Vauxhall Foods Ltd. said his firm bad not formu lated any plans yet but is wait ing to see the tender offer. He said the company is det initely interested in the pur chase. Vauxhall Foods has been ou of production since Dec. 11 but has been packaging potatoes from a surplus in storage. Joe Nicholson, manager of Sun-Alto Potato Processors Ltd in Taber, said tne purchase looks good for the whole potato industry. He said any action by his company will be handled by Carnation Poods Co. Ltd., tne parent company, from tbe sales department in Toronto. He said the current over-all potato granule picture is not too bright. "Any movement of product definitely will go a long way to help the potato he said. "Four million pounds is SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 CLIFF BLACK, Certified Mechanic (JBLACK DENTAL LABfj Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDO. PHONE 327-2822 small percentage of the produc- tion In North America but it will help." He said there is still a surplus in Canada. Sun-Alta also stopped pro- cessing potatoes about Dec. II for line equipment alterations but started processing again Jan. 17. Mr. Nicholson said there arc 90 employees working in the plant and it will continue to process for the rest of toe MOVING? 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