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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 10, 197! THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO 3j Marketing-sharing quota system Prairie milk producers to receive more revenue this year Tlv JIM cast ballots approved en- EDMONTON (CP) the program. rie milk producers arc Manitoba, entry into the pected to receive about ir< expected about tho million more revenue lime as Saskatchewan. year as stability comes to existing Manitoba milk industry in the form of a lioard has been gjven ket-sharing quota system. Tho plan, devised by status of a commission lo administer Ihe plan when Dairy Farmers of regulations are com- has been in effect for more with the federal com- than a year in Ontario Quebec which produce SET 80 per cent of the Ihe program, each and Prince is given a share or Island joined late last year. But the Prairie of the Canadian market for industrial all that reiected the original plan because it would have used for fluid based on his produclion during the their producers at a vear April 1, 1970, to tage in Ihe markel. 31, 1371. changes wlu'cli will prove producer is guaranteed eficial to bcilh easlern subsidized price for his prairie producers have production. However, if made clearing Ihc way over-produces, his surplus Western sold on the world market at In a plebiscite March 27, prices and Ihe producer berta producers voled absorb any loss. Pre- whelmingly lo enter the the loss was spread gram which, Agriculture Ihc entire country's pro- isier Hugh Homer will mean an additional Canadian dairy com- million in revenue this handles Ihe federal Saskatchewan, which subsidy of approved legislation, is a year. pected to enter the plan lo the market- 1, but without holding a plan, if the commis- endum among Ixiughl skim milk powder ISN'T 20 cents a pound and then An agriculture department spokesman said the to sell it on the world market at 10 cenls, the differ- "made it almost would be deducted from for us not lo join" ?nd subsidy there had been general TO PROVINCES ment among producers at 1970, Ihe commission planatory meetings held S40 million on export the department leaving only 580 mil- the to be returned to the pro- "We're confident the Is not controversial." the new program, the spokesman said when amount of the subsidy will why the move would be paid up to the total quota mented without a any surplus will be sold behalf of the producer at He said when the going world rate at the plan by the Canadian commission was now if one province has four years ago there big surplus over its quota, about milk producers is ils said Saskatchewan compared H. Thomas, chairman ot about Alberta milk control board In Alberta, there now will administer the an estimated plan in the and 76 per cent of the Green Acres seeks senior citizen A request from the G r e e n lo be built just for one Acres Foundation board that lar group, such as senior city council give priority lo constructing low-rental community services ad- facilities for senior citizens visory committee has been was referred to Hie commu- strucled to consider the nity services advisory in light of this legislation. At Ihe same lime, approved a request from that board for properly lax Harvard? for the foundation of (AP) Prince ed incomes. The nerd was illustrated by the results of a survey which showed per- sons wailing for suitable (low- rental i Don LcBaron, Green Acres administrator said these pno- ple cannot afford lo pay the rents being charged for apart- ments in (lie cily now. The board proposed the cily construct public housing through the Alberta Housing Corporati on. Alderman Chick Chichcsler pointed out present legislation will not permit public housing SACrtELIGIOUS BLOEMFONTEIN, South Af- rica (AP) Two Dutch He- formed churches here said in a letter io n sky-diving club that parachute jumping on Sunday is a desecration of the Sabbath I and should be stopped. YOUNG REFUGEE A South Vielnnmeso ploys witli siring ot Ihe norlhcrn front of Hue, ono of thousands of refugees who bcivo arrived at Hue in faco of North V'olnamcsn offensive recently. Tho refugee is awailinc] Iransporlation via trixk for furlhor movemonl south lo DaNnnq whorn refugees will bo placed in un- uicd former American bases. "It means that each Individ- quol.a can fill it without pcn- ual province is responsible I a y. Milk production across Can- higher prices now in effect, a L u r n -a r o u n d has been prompted. and the producer who has a sda declined in l'J7] hut with The Canadian dairy com- mission boosted ils purchase prices in 1571 lo CO cents a pound for three to 51 ccnls a pound for chcddar cheese, up seven cents. A six-cent increase for skim milk powder announced last year and there was an- other boost of tlirec cents by the commission at Die end erf Royal Navy duly that he began last fall, The Daily Mail says. j One of London's merchant banks might be an alternative lo Harvard. The .Mail says. A spokesman at Buckingham Pal- ace described the report as speculative. ummerSuit winner Snort coat ummerBlazer They're lighter. Brighter. Andthebestvalues in Canada. Our summer sport coats are the best we have ever shown. Warm- weather weight cloths in Summer of 72 patterns and colours. And our knit blazers are made for summer. They're light. Breezy. And practically wrinkle-proof. 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