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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jl _ THS ItlHSKIUOE UtiiAlD lutnloy, Morcli 7, 1972 Govt. policy not enough Tiny submarine to help small fanner Tim Herald Legislature Uiircau EDMONTON-Grant Notlcy Spirit River-Fairview) says the Alberta government's policy outline in Ilio speech from tlie throne (iocs not go far enough to help the small farm- er. Mr. Notley said lie mil intro- duce a resolution iji the coming No decision made on fall session EDMONTON (CP) The government still hasn't decided on a date for a foil sitting of the legislature, Premier Peter Lougheed said Monday. Mr, Lougheed, speaking dur- ing the question period, said the fall sitting should be held after Irarvest and before Clir'st- mas. Also, allowances had to be made for the annual meetings of various provincial associa- tions. He told Ed Ecnoit (SC- Highwood) I ho Progressive C o n s e rvativc administration wants the opinions of all mem- bers on an appropriate date for weeks of the legislature to ap- point a special committee to in- vestigate the laud bank con- cept, similar to Ihe land bank operating in Saskatchewan. A land bank would allow farmers to assemble and transfer land cheaply, he said. In his reply to the throne speecli Monday, the only New Democratic Party member in the 75-seat legislature said help to the family farm will require cost-price setting al Uie federal level. However, be said the Al- berta government should go further than it did in the throne speech to help Uie small farm- er. FAHM 1..AWS finds missing tug ANNIVERSARY OBSERVID A plaque commemorating Ihe of Pierre Elliott end Margarel Trudeau [crs1 March 4 was unveiled Sunday In St. Church in North Vancouver. Rev. John Swindles, who conducted the wedding cera- y, holds cartoon presented to him by member of tho congregation, (CP Wirephoto) mony, r roars about transportation policy OTTAWA (CP) Opposition MPs got off a lot ol rumbles, rattles and roars in the Com- mons Monday about govern- ment transportation the lack o! a call fur a Wahush Cannonhall as a replacement for the lamented Newlie Bullet. James A. JfcGralh ropcrty taxes as urban dwell- ers. He also said the government should lower power and utility costs to rural residents and he advocated nationalization of xnver companies under provin- cial jurisdiction. Action should also be taken, he said, to re- duce farm machinery costs. "In reading this speech 1 am concerned about the inadequate response to this said Mr. Notley. COSTS He said AlberU farmers face "staggering" costs of principle and interest payments on their land and costs involved in pass- property from father t o son. Saskatchewan has a land bank to deal with this problem, he said. "And the land bank in Saskatchewan was endorsed by the farm groups there." Mr. N'otley urged the govern- ment to get together with the Saskatchewan and Manitoba governments lo plan joint mar- keting programs for farm prod- ucts. VANCOUVER (CP) The tug Haro Straits, missing with five men aboard since Feb. 27, was found on the ocean floor Monday night, in U.S. waters about 20 miles soulh of Vancou- ver. A two-man submersible had been searching for the tug since Friday, south of Point Hoberls, Wash.' Search crews were slill at the scene early today but the search and rescue centre in Vic- toria confirmed that the tug had been found. A search and rescue spokes- man said a telephoned report from the Canadian Coast Guard gave few details, but reported that no bodies were found in an initial check of the Haro Straits. Weather and darkness pre- vented any detailed searching Monday night, although the two-man crew of the submersi- ble Nekton reported that the Convict too fat VEFIONA, Italy (AP) Pris- oner Giuseppe Spcranza proved too fat for freedom Monday night. Three skinnier cellmate.' sawed through (heir window bars and got away by climbinc down a rope made of knotted bed sheets. But when took his turn the rope broke. owlinc leading to the barges vas still attached to the tug's stern. The tug went down while tow- ing two empty barges to Van- couver from Seattle, in water more than 400 feet deep. Queen may visit Canada OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau told the Commons Monday that Queen Elizabeth might come lo Canada nest year to attend celebrations marking Prince Edward Is-1 land's centennial in Confedera- tion, He said he has discussed ar- rangements for a visit by the Queen with Premier Alex Campbell. Mr. Trudeau was replying to Marcel Lambert ton who asked whether the monarch would take part in tho RCMP's centennial ceremo- nies this year. Weather and road report SUNTtlSK WEDNESDAY SUNSET II I- Pre 9 .11 .61 5 .07 Lcthoridge II Pincher Creek .42 Medicine Hat Vermilion Edmonton Grande Prairie 9 Banff........... 35 43 5 15 -15 15 -20 THOMAS ORGANS INNSTI. From ____ PRUEGGER'S MO t. MMM M7.7SM Two more selected on Rose jury MONTREAL (CP) The fourth and fifth members of the jury were selected Mon- day in the kidnapping trial of Jacques Rose. Rose, a mechanic, is charged with the October, 1970 abduction of Pierre La- porte, then Quebec labor minis- ter. Hose is also charged wiih the subsequent murder of Mr. Laporte. Fifteen candidates were ques- tioned in Monday's proceedings, which lasted five hours. Rose was consulted on each of the candidates called Monday. Rose's older brother, Paul, has already been convicted and sentenced to concurrent life terms for the kidnap-strangula- tion of the late Quebec labor minister. GOOD LOOKING TELEVISION Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven (o shrink repair damaged tissue. A renowned research institute has found a unique healing sub- stance wilh the ability Co shrink hemorrhoids painlessly. It lievts itching and discomfort in minutes and spceJs up healing of Ihe injured, inflamed tissues. One hemorrhoidal case his- tory after another reported "very striking improvement." Pain was promptly and gently relieved actual reduction oc (shrink ing) to ok place. And most improvement was maintained in cases whereclinical observations were continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations were made on patfcnls with a wide of hemorrhoulal condi- tions. AI3 this was accomplished with 3 healing substance (Bio Dyne) which quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates growth of new tissue. Ilia-Dyne 15 offered inoinlmcntand supposi- tory form called Preparation If. Tn addition to actually shrink- ing hcmorrhoidj, Picparadon H find maVei elimina- tion less painful. It helps prevent infection which h a stated cause of hemorrhoids. Jmt aifc your druggist for Preparation H Suppositores or Preparation H Ointment (with A special Satisfaction or your money refunded. Preparation H Calgary....... Victoria Penticlon...... Prince George Kamloops...... Vancouver Saskaloon Regina........ Winnipeg...... Toronto Ottawa Montreal St. John's Halifax....... Charlottctown Fredericton Chicago New York...... Miami -10 47 47 30 42 45 ]2 38 20 23 12 19 45 26 28 27 51 32 72 FORECAST: Lethbritlge Today: Light Know. Iligha near 20. Lows near 10. Wednesday: Gusty. west winds developing. Main- ly sunny. Highs near -ID. Medicine Hat Light snow this morning. Highs 15 20. Vows zero five above. Wed- nesday: Cloudy. Highs near 30. Calgary Today: Periods of light snow. Highs near Lows near 20. Wednesday: Mainly sunny by noon. Brisk south winds. Highs 30-35. Columbia Sunny southern sections. Main- ly cloudy with a few jnowflur- northern sections. Tonight clear in the south. A few clouds northern section. Wednesday becoming cloudy. Highs both days mid forties !n south and near forty in the north. Lows tonight 15 to 20. Montana East of Continen- tal Divide Today: Partly cloudy and colder with widely scattered snow showers. North- erly winds 20 30 east portion decreasing by evening. Lows tonigtit 10 to 20 except near zero northeast portion. Highs Wednesday 35 to 45 west 25 to 35 east portion. West of Continental Divide Today: Partly cloudy with widely scattered snow showers. Wednesday cloudy with snow showers changing to rain show- ers in valleys during afternoon. A little warmer Wednesday. today 30 to 40. Lows to- night 15 io 25. Highs Wed- nesday 35 to 45. CLEAR THE TRACK Engineers will hove a rough time negotiating this railroad spur in (he Milwaukee sub- urb of Wauwafoso. The pofe was in place prior to tho tracks, which are being constructed to serve a new in- dustry in the area. The pole and utility lines will be mov- ed. (AP Wirephoto) FOR LEASE IN LETKBRIDGE Floor 4375 Square Feet Basement 3150 Square Feet Mezzanine 525 Square Feet For minimum of 2 yean or maximum of 12 yearj A representative, MR. McFERRAN Will be in Lethbridps TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7lb ond If inlereiled or contact Herald OlliO MARSHALL WELLS LIMITED, WINNIPEG, MAN. f SPECIALS! SPECIALS P r AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES EASY TROL SEED AND FERTILIZER DRILL AND PLANTER FILL SYSTEM SEED EXTRA ACRES A DAY AND ELIMINATE BACKACHE PLOW AND HARROW AS YOU GO WITH A MID-WEST HARROW MOUNTED QUICKLY AND EASILY WE WILL ACCEPT BARLEY AT AND WHEAT AT PER BUSHEL WHILE STOCKS LAST OFFICIAL AS OF OiOO A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF ASIA Highway 2, Nanfon to Clares-1 holm, covered with packed snow and has rough section. Claresholm to Standoff thin layer of hard packed snow, slip- pery. Standoff to Cardslon cov- ered with packed snow. Card- ston to Carway, covered wilh thin packed snow. Highway 3, Grassy Lake to FvCthbridge, bare in Ihe travel lanes except through the towns. Lcthbridgc to Pearce, travel lanes bare. Pearce lo Belevue, thin layer of packed snow, mod- erately slippery. Bellevue Lo the B.C. border, covered with hard packed snow, some rough sec- tions, moderately slippery. Highway 4, Lelhbridge to Craddock, covered with a thin layer of packed snow. Craddock to Coutts, travel lanes bare. Highway S, I-ethbridge to Wa- terton, covered with hard pack- ed snow. Highway 6, Pincher Creek to Watcrton, covered with packed snow or ice, moderately slip- pery. Highways 23 and 25 arc main- ly bare. Highway SB, Taber to Scan- dia, mainly bare. Highway 61, long sections of packed snow. Highway G2, covered wilh packed snow. Highway I, Trans Canada highway, Calgary to Golden, mainly bare with occasional sl'ppory Golden to Re- vc'stcke, 1 irch of new snow, plowed and srmr'jd. Ki-fi'-RatTium and B'nff-Jas- f3r highways ere c'.OiKl. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Tlmcsn Coutts 2-1 hours; Canvay 3 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Del Bonila 9 .m. to 6 p.m.; Rooseviile, B.C. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kinfisgate, B.C., 2J hours; Porthill Rykerts 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain closed. Wildhorse, a a.m. to p.m. ;