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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 17, 1971 - THIIETHMIDGI HERALD - 9 Alberta asks cattle and hogs be exempted EDMONTON,(CP) -The Alberta legislature Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution asking the federal government to exempt cattle and hogs from proposed federal agricultural products marketing legislation until such producers request they be included. The resolution was amended from Ms original form proposed by Bob Dowling (PC - Edson) Which called for deletion of cattle and hogs from the federal legislation and had no reference to obtaining the views of the producers themselves. The proposed federal legislation now is receiving clause-by-clause study in the Commons. It will permit provincial agricultural products marketing boards to be placed under the Jurisdiction of a national board. CHOICE OF PRODUCER Premier Harry Strom told the legislature the Alberta government has constantly said "methods of marketing should be a choice of the producer." The premier said hog producers in Alberta originally indicated they wanted to be included in the proposed federal legislation - known, as Bill C-176 -and the province communicated that position with the federal agriculture department. However, when hog producers subsequently changed their minds, Mr. Strom said Alberta Agriculture Min i s t e r Henry R u s t e immediately changed the province's stand. The premier added that recent controversy surrounding marketing boards has left many producers skeptical of benefits under the proposed federal legislation. The controversy involved provincial marketing boards restricting import quotas on produce such as eggs and poultry, the so-called chicken and egg war. Throughout the debate, Conservative opposition members criticized the government for not expressing opposition earlier to the proposed inclusion of hogs in the federal bill. Dr. Hugh Horner (PC - Lac Ste. Anne) said it was possible "we might not be able to get hogs exempted at this late stage." "We condemn them (the government) because of the lateness of the hour of their change." He said he was "deeply disappointed" the government wa- Steps taken on Jewish problem MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet | government has taken a major policy decision on the Jewish] emigration problem and within the last 10 days has permitted about 150 Jews to leave for Israel, reliable Soviet sources re-1 ported today. The sources emphasized that although an average of 15 Jews have left the Soviet Union daily since the decision, the authorities placed no limit on the number who would be allowed to leave. If the current emigration pace is maintained, more than 5,000 Jews would be permitted to go to Israel by the end of this year. The sources, however, would not confirm this figure. Three weeks ago a group of Jews conducting a sit-in demonstration in a Soviet parliament building in Moscow were told that "very high government officials" would make and reveal a comprehensive decision on the question of Jewish emigration to Israel. tered down title original progressive conservative motion. However, on a standing vote the 10 Conservatives in the 65-seat legislature voted .with the Social Credit government. Mr. Ruste said his department respected the wishes of producers and had reacted quickly to their wishes. Mr. Dowling, introducing his motion, said the proposed federal legislation "seems to want to control supply instead of expanding markets." "It would spell sheer disaster to hog producers in this province if they were denied access to Ontario and Quebec markets," he said. "It is a philosophy that leads to a quota system where quotas become invaluable and monopolies develop." No objection to eye devices OTTAWA (CP) - Federal authorities have notified two manufacturers of a new type of contact lenses that there is no objection to their product being sold in Canada. Dr. R. A. Chapman, assisitant deputy health minister, said Tuesday the notification was sent the manufacturers after an examination of data on the safety and effectiveness of the lenses. They are a new soft type which are reported to provide wider peripheral-out the side -vision to users. The law does not require the manufacturers of such new de- vices seek clearance from the federal food and drug directorate as is necessary for new drugs. However, the makers provided the data anyway and the directorate made an evaluation. Dr. Chapman said the directorate does not give approvals but it does advise whether there is any objection to the sale. 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