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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 26, 197? - THE IfTHBRIDGI HERALD - f J LEIGHTON BUCKWELL CHARLES DRAIN Southern Alberta needs B.C. water EDMONTON (CP) - Southern Alberta needs more water, Leighton Buckwell (SC - Mac-leod) said in the legislature Thursday. He urged the provincial government to get it from British Columbia. "The availability of water will be the prime factor in determining growth in southern Alberta," he said in proposing a motion urging the government to conduct studies to determine the feasibility of securing water supplies from B.C. The resolution says negotiations should be held with the B.C. government and the International Joint commission "for the purpose of seeking to divert, BAT-TREE CONTEST Win - 1 year supply of No. 950D batteries and a No. 60 Magnet Flashlight. No purchase necessary - No limit to number of entries. Simply come down to our store and count or estimate the number of batteries on display. Deadline for Entries - April 1, 1971 Eveready - The Best Value For All Electrical Applications LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDO. "The largest and best selection �f Gnergixers in South Alta. Try Usl into the southern part of Al berta, waters which presently flow elsewhere out of B.C." After Mr. Buckwell adjourned debate, seconder Charlie Drain (SC-Pincher Creek - Crows-nest) received the unanimous consent of the house to keep the motion at the top of the order paper. Reservoir poses no threat VICTORIA (CP) - Ed Vernon, chief of fisheries management for the provincial government, says the Duncan Dam reservoir poses no threat to the rich Kootenay Lake sports fishery in the British Columbia interior. Mr. Vernon dismissed the claim by Dr. A. H. Acara, a research scientist fired by the government this month, that high levels of carbon dioxide caused by rotting vegetation in the reservoir may be the reason for fish kills in the lake The reservoir is situated two miles above the north arm of Kootenay Lake. Only a small part of the reservoir was cleared and the remainder has been described as being choked with dead trees and floating debris. A million whitefish died in Kootenay Lake in the fall of 1969, two years after the dam went into operation, and spawning trout from the lake died from another mysterious ailment last spiring. Dr. Acara, who headed a re search project into the effect of the Columbia River treaty dams on the lake, said his prediction that there would be more fish kills this year was responsible for his dismissal. Controlled wheat production is recommended OTTAWA (CP) - Carefully-1 controlled wheat production and a systematic approach to selling grain were recommended Thursday in a report by the Canadian wheat board. The report is the result of a special committee study initiated last July into the marketing of grain under the direction of M. W. Menzies. It was tabled in the Commons by Otto Lang, minister responsible for the wheat board. The report says it is essential to have policies governing the production of wheat if an integrated system of selling is to be achieved. It suggests that there should never be a commercial carryover of wheat exceeding 200 million bushels and that no more than 200 to 250 million bushels should be stockpiled on farms. "Production' policy should not only aim at these carryover targets, but should ensure that they are not substantially exceeded." Last year, nearly a billion bushels of surplus wheat piled up. This year stocks are expected to be about 750 million bushels. A number of other suggestions were made to increase the effectiveness of Canadian grain marketing. All are predicated on the assumption that the wheat board system of centralized selling should continue. The report recommends that marketing should be done through an integrated structure of farmers, government and transportation, storage and handling systems under a permanent policy body. A grains policy group would weld the structure together. The marketing review committee says the vice-chairman of the policy group should be the chief commissioner of the wheat board, but that all segments of the grain industry, including farmers, should be represented in the body. "The central position of producers in Canada's grain economy should be recognized by giving producer representatives a majority in the group." The policy group would "gen erate proposals and make firm recommendations to the government" but would have no operating authority. The report describes the group as the "nerve centre of the proposed integrated structure. ' It stresses the need for a policy designed to stabilize the income of Prairie grain growers and establishment of a protein grading system for wheat. The stabilization program-revealed last October by Mr. STOP-LOOK-LISTEN TO AT BAILEY'S KEYBOARD 312 8th Street Senth - Dial 327-0025 1 KAWAI tike new $619 1 CECILIAN uu. ,.w $565 1 WINTERS Console . . . . $595 1 CECILIAN u..... $645 1 HENRY HERBERT $485 1 SHERLOCK-MANNING RN.7sC.h9TP'an $765 1 SHERLOCK-MANNING t7ftc New Mediterranean Spanish. Reg $935 03 1 YAMAHA CONSOLE S'U"" $725 1 YAMAHA S9W JSST"""�n.$poni,h $985 1 YAMAHA Xg!nu$a995 N,w Gron,' $2695 1 SHERLOCK-MANNING tfl7, 45" Academy. Reg. $107$ ............... * LISTEN TO THEM TODAY AT 312 8th STREET SOUTH Lang and presented in revised form in the Commons two weeks ago-would establish a joint fund into which both farmers and the government would contribute and from which farmers could draw when their yearly income dropped below the average of the five previous years. Under the program, the Temporary Wheat Reserves Act under which the government pays the cost of stockpiling any wheat over 178 million bushels, would also be dropped. The wheat board report supports this. The new system of grading grain on protein content will be established when the revised Canada Grain Act comes into effect April i. The report recommends a more systematic approach to selling Canadian grain by setting sales targets for different grades and qualities of grain and for different sales periods. Although no drastic changes in the marketing system are suggested, the report wants present efforts geared more to a planned approach. The six-man committee says the selling efforts of the wheat board should be beefed up by "providing for removing and adding agents" and offering a system of bonuses for agents bringing in the most business. As well, the board's organiza- tion should be streamlined to "bring it in line with modern management concepts." The report suggests assigning board commissioners functional areas of responsibility with clear lines of authority. Career opportunities both within the wheat board and throughout the grain industry should be promoted. "The Canadian grain industry has not enjoyed the glamor of some other industries and has not offered the same attractive opportunities to able young people seeking careers." Mr. Lang said he is pleased with the committee's report and confident the recommendations would help in the establishment of policies designed to do the "best possible marketing job for Prairie grain producers.' Recommendations concerning the government's role in marketing would be given careful study. Newspaper articles studied EDMONTON (OP) - speaker Art Dixon said Thursday he is studying newspaper articles which may constitute an attack on the privileges of the Alberta Legislature. "It has been drawn to my attention that articles in the Calgary Herald and Edmonton Journal March 24 contained implications on the impartiality of the chair and reflections on rulings by the speaker," Mr. Dixon said. "I have taken these and other statements under advisement." The rulings in question were made by Mr. Dixon Monday in the case of a cabinet minister using an individual's confidential file to rebut opposition criticism. OUT OF ORDER After getting a vote of confidence from the house first, the Speaker ruled that the entire proceedings were out of order and should be discontinued, The opposition Progressive Conservatives appealed the ruling but were defeated 51 to 10. Standings in the 65-seat house are: Social Credit 55, Conservative 10. Reaction to Mr. Dixon's ruling, made after the question had been debated for three hours last Friday, prompted Premier Harry Strom to deny allegations that he attempted to influence the Speaker's decision. Mr. Dixon is the Social Credit member for Calgary South. The matter has been referred to the standing committee on privileges and elections. LONG, LONG AGO Propelled by their tails and webbed feet, giant duckbills swam and waded through the swamps of North America perhaps 80 million years ago. 1969 Lincoln Mark III 2-door, automatic, P.B., P.S., power seat, power windows, remote control mirror, air conditioning WSW tires, luxury wheel covers, tilt wheel, AM radio and stereo tape, speed control. Guardsman blue with blue C79^Q cloth interior. WW 1969 Marquis 4-Dr. Sedan lime frost with black vinyl top. 390 V8 automatic, P.B., P.S., speed control, radio and,rear speakers, WSW tires and full <�9Q9E� wheel covers. �P�-wfc.iJ Whatever it takes, we give you with a fetching figure We're prepared to extend ourselves on your d eetl. Because we don't want to have any extended inventory when the next scheduled new car shipments arrive. Take your pick from any used car or truck in stock and you can take advantage of this special offer. You can set the start-date for your monthly payments up to the end of the next quarter, �awBBwr During our Clearance Sale, we figure to have the �""�hmu. customers coming and the cars going. You teB us when monthly payments should begin 1969 Buick Le Sabre 1967 Meteor Montego 1967 Meteor Montcalm Wagon 9 passenger, V8 automatic, P.B., P.S., radio, luggage rack. Red with ^1QQ^% vinyl interior. �P,� 1970 Cyclone Spoiler 429 CJ, P.S., P.B., radio, rear COQ 1 Q speakers and full discs. {'WW I \J V-8 Custom 4 door, P.S., P.B., automatic, radio, rear speaker, cruise control, $299$ full discs..... 1969 Beaumont 4-Dr. Custom sedan, 250 H.P. V-8, courtesy light group, radio, bumper guards, dark ivy qreen, �.......... $2750 1970 Marquis 4 Door Sedan, white with blue cloth interior, 390 V-8, automatic, df�.rod:?..,u:1. $3919 1970 Cortina Deluxe 1600 cc engine, full discs, lime green with black CI Q95 interior, wsw tires. * 2 door hardtop, silver grey with dark vinyl top, medium blue interior, bucket seats, console, 410 V-8, automatic, P.B., P.S., radio, power seats and windows and C 4 QQj) door locks..... **" � 1968 Pontiac Strdto Chief 4 door sedan, 327 automatic, radio, medium green, 'iaht green upholstery..... 1968 Buick Wildcat 4 door H.T., V8-, automatic, P.S., P.B., radio and rear speakers, ginger bronze _wi|h_white vinyl interior...... 1967 Volkwagen 1600 $1380 1969 Dodge Polara Station wagon, 6 passenger, V-8, automatic, P.S., P.B., radio, blue .with blue vinyl interior. . . M**�WWV 1969 Meteor Rideau 500 4 door sedan, 429 V-8, automatic, P.S., P.B., rodio. dork ivy green with dark 2750 green interior. . . f"" � ww witn wnne $2985 1970 Ford ^ Ton 1968 Pontiac laurentian 4 door, green with green upholstery, 327 automatic, P.S., P.B., ClO^f radio....... 1969 Ford V2 Ton I.W.B., 360 V-8, automatic, custom cob, radio, combination two tone yellow and white..... L.W.B., 360 V-8, radio, red and white two tone . . automatic, $2750 1967 Plymouth Fury III 4 door sedon, V-8, automatic, P.S., P.B., rodio, moss green Srren...... $1995 1967 Rambler Ambassador 4 door, V-8, automatic, radio, blue with intfirior. ... *t*  1965 Chrysler 4 Door Hardtop V-8, automatic, P.5., ^.B., radio, dark blue with blue upholstery. 1969 Pont. Safari Estate Wgn. Dark green with ivy green interior, 427 V8, automatic, P.S'., P.B., tilt wheel, radio, lua-gage rock, power rear win- ^Afi^d dow and full discs. �JJ"tv�/w ? 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