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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PLANNING A TRIP For Alt Travel Accomodutions and Passports CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Cenfre Village Phone 3383201 or 32881S4 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION March 1971 PAGES 13 TO 28 Irs a GREAT DAY lo SERVE EVERYONES FAVORITE Special Prices on Bulk Orders ERICKSENS 2021 3rd S Ph 3288161 1705 Drive 3237751 Dairymen gearing to world market By STEVE BAREHAM Herald Agriculture Writer Alberta dairymen may soon adopt a system of market share quotas the first time in his tory that farmers have gearec production in relation to a world Bill president of the Dairy Farmers of Canada said the system will likely be introduced to dairymen within the next few months in the form of a government plebi Speaking Thursday at the an nual meeting of the Lethbridge Milk Producers Woolfrey said the plan i President stresses promotion Dairymen have been sititng back too long and counting on people buying dairy products just because they are natures says Louis presi dent of the Lethbridge Milk Producers At the associations an nual meeting in Mr Pavan said the promotion of dairy products is a neces sity if the industry is to sur The expenses of promo will have to be borne by the primary he The annual report showed that in there were 000 pounds of milk shipped into Lethbridge processing plants from 39 contracted This was an increase of per cent over Total receipts to producers from the milk was The total Canadian cash re ceipts gained from the dairy industry during 1970 was in ex cess of SI billion or moie than one quarter of the total Cana dian agriculture cash re Other business at the meet ing included the election of board members whose terms had Reelected were Bill Nicol and Cornelius Vant Land for Purity Dairy Co op L t and Harold Osmond for Union Milk Division of Silverwood Dairies Les Androkovitch was Uie new board member elected for Sil replacing Stan Executive elections will be held at the next general board NEW 1600 ONLY S62 PER MONTH 1966 Beaumont V8 ONLY 1969 Mazda STATION WAGON Like tliOC My MOTORS 3rd and 16th Sales 3284539 Car Lot 3284356 designed to supply the domes tic and regulate pro duce which can be exported a a It will be flexible enough to expand and contracl dairy production according to world Under the subsidies will only be paid to dairymen entitled to and the cost of exporting surpluses will be borne by the producers who create the It seems one of the great ills of the dairy industry in the past has been the wide produc tion fluctuations in differenl areas in shortages experienced in while a surplus exists in Lethbridge Woolfrey said the idea to introduce marketshare quotas came about during when the world prices being paid for skim milk powder and six cents and 25 cents per proved un realistic compared to the much higher prices being paid on the European Common 30 cents and per Extensive subsidies were be ing paid to while in reality these subsidies were only contributing to the world surplus Prices of skim milk and but ter in Canada at the time were 20 cents and 65 cents respec Enter the Canada Dairy whose responsi bility it is to provide realistic luifces to efficient producers of industiial milk and to ensure the Canadian consumer of con tinuity of supply at reasonable The commission was paying a direct subsidy to industrial milk producers and holding back from these payments suf ficient money to export surplus In this required S40 leaving only million to be distributed among producers holding sub sidy elegibility The surpluses being generat ed were coming from fluid milk producers who were not receiving subsidy and consequently the hold back of subsidy funds was affecting the producers not altogether The if approved y will be intro duced in Alberta within the next few Ontario and Quebec have been operating under the system since ATA schedules Saturday meet A meeting of the Alberta Teachers Association locals of he south west region will be wld Saturday at the Park Plaza Motor Delegates to the all day session will discuss briefs and prepare resolutions for the an raal representative assembly leld during Easter ATA locals from Lethbridge city and Pinchcr Taber and Warner are expected to be represented at S a t u r days CLIFF Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE 3272822 MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR 317 7lh STREET SOUTH TREE REMOVAL This northwest poplar is one of about 20 in the 2300 block of 6th that is being cut down by city crews at the request of the residents of the The trees are victims of poplar gall A spokesman for the parks and recreation department said the disease doesnt usually kill the trees but it does damage them and make them less He said many poplars in the city are affected and are being removed at the request of local The boulvard will be repaired and replanted with a different type of Lifelong education claimed as right and need of Albertans By JIM WILSON fleralrt Education Writer EDMONTON Jobs or no all Albertans have both he right and the need for con lifelong education even if they never in their lives have So sajs direc or of the of educations division of voca ional education and a member of the Worth Commission on educational planning lifelong education task Answering q e s t i o n s front an audience of 150 invited guests here Thursday at a seminar session on the task orces preliminary tlitchell said education for lei as well education for has traditionally been is a necessary at nbute of any modern school The task force report was ound generally favorable by the the seminar delegates who came from throughout the A few said it was missing some points because all of its members were mid dle urban and with no no rural delegates no One delegate said he favored he reports philosophy of edu cation designed for living the good but asked where religion would fit He said he also favored the reports stress m utilizing all existing com munity resources and focusing 3n an intensity of education ather than an increase in chool The report recommends that exports in all fields living in a community be expected to each those interested in learn ing about their It was also suggested that he lifelong education task TONIGHT and SATURDAY A Delightful Experience in Gourmet Dining Dinner Dancing To the Music of The Moonglows NO COVER CHARGE SUNDAY is FAMILY DAY at ERICKSENS SPECIAL CHILDRENS MENU SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 10 TO 2 tesen s PHONE 3287756 for RESERVATIONS force continue in existence for a year or more after it sub mits its final report to the Worth so that it could travel to various com munities to encourage the lo cal educators to view all edu from kindergarten to as a continual and inte grated Henry chairman of the Alberta College Commis sion and of the task force said he and that he hoped he and his colleagues could continue their Dick a Leth bridge separate school trustee and conference asked the task force lo explain its recommendations that local education authorities be placed within the general scope of lo cal OUR OSCAB Fuddle duddle fuddle its not every day our prime minister gels A number of par ticularly those from larger feared this would mean school boards would be abolish ed and education would be come a responsibility of city councils along with the deci sions of the engineering and dogcatching Task force member Allen des director of the Calgary public school board adult education said the task force had not meant to suggest implementation of any specific organizational sys tem for save any one which would be most effec When you look at local sit uations you see city school special agen culture and recreation de all with their own bits and pieces anc BROAD PANORAMA Lets look at education in terms of a broad panorama of things to rather than in all of those Closer to the task forces in tention might be the system now operating in where school city coun allied the Family the YWCA and oth ers arc all cooperating to pro vide a community summer Another is the highly successful community use of schools agreement be tween the school districts and the city parks and recreation Delegates also suggested the task force should deal with the problem of how lo encourage people to want to return to COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTONS FLOOR COVERING 909 3rd 3275454 school for more rather than looking at continu ing education as something for people with money or univer sity There is a delegate a need to make it pos sible for a person to drop out of school at any grade or and then plug himself hack into the education system when he feels he can again benefit from it However Alberta is not the centre of Uie universe and what we do here is often con trolled by factors outside of the p r o v i n c another dele gate Perhaps what we should really be looking at is the federalprovincial consid and maybe in any con sttutional revision Alberta should volunteer to give up some of its sovereignty over so that the en tire country can get Postal revenue The sale of postage postage meter settings and cash receipts for mail posted at the Lethbridge post office in February was down about 000 from last The total for the month was IETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE STAN President OFFICE DESKS OFFICE SEATING FILING CABINETS STEEL SAFES TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES VERIFAX L EANDA PHOTOCOPIERS TIME CLOCKS STENOCOHD DICTATING MACHINES STENORETTE DICTATING MACHINES FINE OFFICE FURNITURE FINEST IN OFFICE FURNISHINGS 3287411 Pharmacy Facts from STUBBS From time to were ask ed about the Rx abbreviation or symbol which is a familiar part of our This is an abbreviation of Uie Latin word mean mg recipe o r It meant Take thou Today the Rx is an ever pre sent symbol which is associat ed with the prac tice of pharmacy and the phar maceutical Its the symbol in which people have learned to put their faith and confidence because the exhaustive training and pro fessional ability of jour phar macist stand squarely behind each prescription dispensed to The is your guaran tee of our interest in and con cern with your We like to say Hello to you from Stubbs Pharmacy each Were here at 150G 9th with friendly service for Your thinking of us is always I Grain handling said sales loser Canada Is losing multimil lion bushel grain sales because of awkward handling procedur es used at export says Orville Alberta di rector of the Prlliser Wheat Growers Association Hcber and four other Palliser delegates returned re cently from where they weie why boats have to wait at export terminals to bo loaded with Heber said when the group there were 19 boats waiting in five being and 14 sitting idle because of lack of gram on Nine of these 14 boats were waiting for wheat and were being tod there was not enouph wheat in said Reher There were box cars waiting to move into position at the Providing there no hitches in load it would take between two and three weeks to fill all the shios with grain He said conversations with Japanese importers in Vancou ver revealed Canada lost sales I for about threo million bushels t of grain in the fujr dajs the delegates were the Two think of the orders offered to importers were tura i ed I Heber expressed disap I poimmeni that grain exports i from Canada to Japan fell 1 from more 53 million bushels in to 34 3 million bushels in Wildcat walkout at U of L site There is a wildcat strike by construction workers at the west side construction site of the University of Union employees this morn ing refused to work on the site because one company install ing communications systems in the university is not said an official of Poolc Construc tion the construction mangement Alberta Government Tele phones let a contract to a non union company to install a main switching unit for the telephone distribution in the Tlie official said this move upset the union workers Both sides in the conflict are waiting for union business agents from Calgary and an in dustrial relations officer from Edmonton to arrive to settle the No word Ion home for citizens Dave deputy minis ter of social said in a telephone interview this morning that Uie provincial cabinet didnt get around this wek to discussing Uie loca tions of four new senior citi zens homes to be built in the province this It was earlier expected that a decision would be made this week on the million de velopment Lcthbudge has been high on the priority list for a third se nior citizens home and it is ex pected that one of the four pro posed homes be for the Rogers indicated an an nouncement may be made next NATURAL MAGNET A lodestonc is a piece of iron oxide with natural magnetic OPEN FOR YOUR SERVICE deltcivee Electronics Phone 3288084 1271 3rd ALL WE SELL IS SERVICE See Page n For Our Adi Purity Coop lias change of managers The board of directors of Purity Dairy Coop Ltd Leth has appointed Louis Pa van as temporary manager of the local dairy plant replacing R The change of management was effected Thursday morn A general board meeting to assess the operations of the co operative was originally sched uled in Lethbridge for but has been rescheduled to April 26 in ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS SUPPLIES ART GALLERV 710 5 AVE S B lETHBRIDCEALTA From CAMMS Your Family Shoe Store The newest in styles for the tee and campus crowd EYS CATCHERS A new style in and brown suede LYONS TENDER TOOTSIES fn Iwo lone beige and bro1 mouve and ONLY HAPPY HOPPERS By Lyons in soft al only O WILD WOOUEYS Many new styles and colors in leathers and wet BOOT STYLE FRINGE MOC With crepe sole in dark from O HANDBAGS We have I ho new suede colors o match your leather Also wet looks and CHILDRENS SHOES by SAVAGE and CLASSMATES misses slyles pylhon un der new wU loot buckles and slip nrw Kcolies in white or Sues 81 to New boys sabot strops by Savage in 8 to 1 Boys Classmates slip ons in sizus 3 to Just like bicj OPEN FR1 TIL 9PM R c d by Savage for boys sizes 10 to S SHOES ;