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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Govt. acts to resolve wheat flow problems OTTAWA (CP) The feder government is trying lo resol wheat shipping problems rail' than having farmers, railvva and elevator companies Ing fingers at one another" ov delays, Oilo Lang said Honda Mr. Lang, minister respons ble for the wlieat board, repli to a stream of opposition que tions in the Collisions about ti ups in wheat movement. Alf Cleave Biggar) asked whether the go ernment has a commit me from llw railways to ma enough equipment available grain will be available at We, Coast ports and at Ttiun4 Bay, Ont., to meet Canada's e> port deliveries. There have been convers lions with the railways a theso would continue, Mr. La: said. There also would be meeting bringing together re rescntativcs of the railways, I wheat board and elevntor col OTTO LANG finger-painttn panics to see whether eve higher levels of deliveries coul be achieved. These higher levels would be above the 800 million bushc' expected to move from th Prairies to the stopping ports this year. John Diefenbaker {PC Prince Albert) asked whelr the wheat board had lo discon tinue offering wheat for delivery from the West Coast because o the backlog of ships alread; waiting to IKS loaded (here. CONTINUING SALES This Is not trite, lUr. re- plied. The board was contimiin, to contract sales out of Vancoi Mr. Diefenbaker asket whether a report by James Richardson and Sons, the firm Second ballot looms WAINWRIGHT (CP) A sec. ond plebiscite to get approval for a tax increase to meel school operating costs in Wain wriglit school division is "a def- inite division super- intendent Stan Digout said here In a plebiscite March 18 electors in the division rejectee by a vote of 802 to 757 an eight milt increase in local taxes. II was the first vote of its kind since the legislature decided in 3970 that school trustees must get approval from electors hy plebiscite for any increase be- yond six percent in school op- erating costs. Mr. Digout said in an inter- view there is nothing in provin- cial law U> prevent a second plebiscite. The board of trus- tees was "under tremendous pressure" lo another one. The (leadline for 1972 school plebiscites is May is. Mr. Digout said many people who voted in favor In the first plebiscite feel more supporters of the board's position would turn out in a second vote. They also expected opposition by old age pensioners would bo con- siderably less in view of the prov i n c i a 1 government's an- nouncement since the vole that pensioners would Ixj exempted from school levies. Birm siirmr APPROVED SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The city park commission has authorized "selective shooting" c" cools nesting on a city lake f.ler colters complained they littering the fairways of an pojncent golf course. A spokes- man said after a few of the Hack, while-billed ducks are shot, the rest probably will leave tiio area. once headed by Supply Minister James Richardson, was "fic- tion." It had said that export sales from Vancouver were being withdrawn by the hoard because of the tie-up. Selling from Vancouver Is continuing, Mr. Lang replied. Rut for a "particular period orders wero not being taken. This was because sales con- tracted for a long time ago would be moving out of the port for March and April and the port capacity would he laken up in meeting these William Knight boia) asked about a report that grain supplies at Thunder Bay are 22 million bushels below what Ihcy should be with the slait of Hie Great Lukes ship- ping season only weeks away. Mr. Lang said the delivery schedule lo Thunder Hay Is being exceeded. There were alxrat 70 million bushels in store llicre a few days ago and tile wheat board is satisfied that shipping requirements would be met, Mr. Knight also atked about a possible shortage of heavy die- sel engines Ixicause of the num- ber in for repairs. Mr. Lang said lie wasn't aware of Ihls but information might bo available from Die railways or Iba trans- port minister. TiKiday, 28, 197J _ THE LETHBBIDGE HERAID _ million hotel set EDMONTON (CP) _ West- ern International Hotels of Se- attle and two Edmonton firmj! will begin construction of a J16 hotel in downtown Ed- monton late tiiis summer. The 20 storey, 350 room struclure, to be known aa Ed- monton Plaza, will be built on a angle on tha eld Post Office site, at iOOtli Street and 101A Avenue. The hotels will Include six meeting rooms, each accommo- dating 40-200 persons; and a grand ballroom large enough lo accommodate BOO. 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PJeasant-tasling, 4-oz, EACH .79 fsupref Misfometer M, Bj-onchodilaior for oral halation 1 5 c.c. Metamucil Pawtjer R. N a rural vegetable powder for conilipation. 12-oz. bottle. EACH 2.29 EACH 1.99 Frianiinic Syrup or Tablets N. Relief from syploms of eoldv, 4-oz, syrup, Tablets Magnplax 5. Effective, and pleasant, toning in Regular or Mini. 16-oz. EACH .99 EACH .89 C-2 Tablets 100s P. For relief of pain headachei and cofd symptoms. EACH .79 Anusol Suppositories 24's hommorrholda! pain In minules. Helps reduce bleeding. EACH 1.67 PRICES IN EFFECT THROUGH APfill WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES WOOLCO PHARMACY BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (AlKRTA) LTD. D.VISION OF CITRUS DRUGS UD. Because We're Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 'Woolto li a Registered Irade Mark of tha F. W. Woolworth Co. Limited. CLOSED FRIDAY ;