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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD W.dn.iday, Miy 17, 197? Alberta ready to sign small farm agreement OTTAWA (CP) Alberta is ready in sign an agreement uiili the fi'deral government on I hi1 plan to bed up small farm operations, Apri- Minister II. A. Olson said Tuesday. lie inld llu1 Commons agricul- lure committee that ai least two other provinces are also near Hie plan that umild provide smaller, younger jdeas on how the scheme should dinners opportunities to in- rrcnse their holdings and older, poorer ones to relire or move into oilier occupations. But lie said he was not willing FO wniL any longer for other provinces to decide whether to join tho plan. The federal gov- ernment will go ahead and insti- tute the seven-year, program without them if they don't soon decide. If we can't get provincial agreement "we'll operate it our- he said in reply to questions. All provinces have different operate and several meeting have been held between them and the federal government since the program was an- nounced in March a year ago. Most problems involve admin- Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how quickly one! Blender more graceful curves; if nay IOSL' ol'unsightly fat j reducible pounds and inches of in your own home, Make excess fnt don't disappear from home rc-cipe yourself. It's chin, arms, abdomen, hips, :it all and costs and ankles juBt return the empty bottle for your money liilic. JU-M lo yuur drugstore ask (or N.irnn. Pour thi.H into a pint bolUe and .idd enough sraptilruii iincc to fill the bottle. Take Lwo lablcspoontifnl a day needed and follow the Naran Rt-diK-iiig Phin. chase does not. back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful filendernesn. Note how quickly bloat how much istrativc differences, Mr. Olson said. The provinces want lo Lrol (he plan's funds which will be used lo Iniy land from retir- ing farmers for the use of younger ones, But if ihfii was allowed, Mr. Olson said, the end result would be 10 different plans, none re- motely similar to another. The federal government needs to control the plan to make sure benefits can be equally distribu- ted to all, he said. North hard hil by U.S. raids KONTUM (API At least half of the Lwo North Vietnam- ese divisions in the central highlands of South Vietnam have been deslroycd. largely by B-52 bomber strikes, L h o senior United Stales advisers in the region claimed today. John Paul Vann said com- munist losses in the drive south through the highlands have been "about to in the 1-ist month and we have lost to men." Other senior U.S. sources supported Vann's claim. .Diei'enbaker, Lewis square off II. A. OLSON ivon'l OTTAWA (Cl'i Xru- Dcmo- cnil Ibviil and former prime; min- isler John Dk'fi'iibakc'r off in Hio TiiL'Sth'y over mad" tiy Mr. I t l a U'lio sunl Ihri'ij (Juciic'c hbiir loaders lo jail far a year Icir eonk'mpt of eclil'l. llul a v.iniier in I In1 spirited malth of anil roimlcr- cliarpo k'll uiulefided fcil- lowing a deci.'-ioii by Commons Kpealu'r l.ui-ion to hold Ilic mailer fur consiilera- Lion. Mr Lewis rose on a point of priviletlt: lo Kay Diefcnha- kcr iniiirepresenl'jd comments he made ahnut I lie. judge last Fridav a Uniled Slci'Kvorkcrs of America policy conference. do not retract anything I said or apologize for saying Mr. Lewis said. Bui what hap- pened had not been fairly repre- sented in the Commons by Mr. Diefenbaker. Sir. Diefcnbakcr said Monday that the Friday remarks by the NDP leader were a blanket con- demnation of Canada's judici- ary and could lead only to na- tional lawlessness and chaos. NOT YET A DEITY Mr. Lewis told the steelwork- ers that "Ihc moment a de- feated Liberal or Conservative is appointed to the bench, ho thinks he's God." "Thai's the characteristic of the judRc who sits on the bench." But he said in the Com- salary IOT Olson OTTAWA (CP) Agriculture I order c: minister H. A. Olson was ac- Bruce cused today of failing to under- Simeon) stand federal budget provisions Mr. 'lazai for agriculture processing. skinnbn by The charge was levelled by Don Mazankowski ville) who moved in the Com- mon s agriculture committee that the minister's salary be cut to 51 a year for lack of ability to "provide leadership in the in-! I'' duslry of agriculture." il The motion was ruled out of oocned tlio why afrk'ullurc pi oce.ssing had c.vd'.Kk'tl from luidsd provisions lor fast write-offs for and processing cquinnrjiil. f agriculture processing s ;re excluded lo replied Mr. Olson. Later, reading from Ihc the potatoes into potato chips, the chip maclune would be. The product has to change in form or chemical composition before the equipment would qualify, Mr. Williams said. What about meal processing then, asked Mr. Mazankowski. Mr. Olson replied that he could not give revenue department rulings for the department. Mr. Mazankowski then said he was disappointed in the minister for being unable to give an- swers to his questions and moved his salary-culling mo- mons Tuesday that the remarks had not questioned the integrity of the judiciary. "Not a single word in my statement dealt with that." Further, liis speech did not say anything about political bins. Ho was merely echoing re- marks made many times be- fore. Even Mr. Diefenbaker, in a 19-14 Commons speech, had said that many people who reach the bench are defeated political candidates and [his seemed their chief qualification. But many judges have ]ittle idea of labor matters, Mr. Lewis said. He was not defending the labor situation in Quebec wilh his statement attacking Ihe sen- tences handed by Ihc judge. He felt that all parlies in Ihe province-wide labor dispute should go back to the bargain- ing table. If he had condemned the workers in the dispute, Mr. Lewis said, he would have been regarded as a hero. But the same did not apply when he "attacked Ihe judge who caused" some of the problems. CHARGES ARE FAKE Mr. Lewis said the "fake charges" made by Mr. Diefen- baker should be referred lo the Commons committee on privi- lege1; and elections for consider- ation and report, Mr. Diefenbafcer said the "cx- u b e r a n t exaggeration" con- tained in Mr. Lewis's Commons remarks could only be attribu- ted to the fact that he was re- reiving a different reaction the country at large than the one he received from the steel- workers. Mr. Dicfenbaker said he pro- posed his molion Monday to have the Lewis remarks re- ferred to commitlec because he was that a membo, of the Commons wilh a lie memlous income in Ihe labor field'' could make dirspar comments aboul the courts. He quoted from several news- paper editorials criticizing tho New Democrat leader and said he understood how Mr. Lewis must a person who could go for a stroll in a 10-aci ci field wilh four cow flaps in it and "walk into all of them." ff he bad misrepresented (bo "uncertainty and insinuousily" of Mr. Lewis's remarks, 'T have company all over Canada and in all Ihc Mr. Diel- enbaker said. JUIIN' Diiil'E.NBAKER better you feel. More alive, lobe bulky Tat and hep regain kowski said equipment for proc- essing of fanning and fishing In prepare Iheru for markcl excluded from wrilr-of. said lie was "shocked that Mr. unaware: of the exclu- sion. HALIFAX (CP) Works Mr. ro'ilie-d I hat Mr. Minister George Hiley announc- vi could become "nn-1 cd here he had resigned from and llial j Ihc cabinet of Liberal Premier Minister quils at Halifax SCOOTER SET By Tivani Polyester and collon blend. Nautical styl- In slip- on or 'wrap around tops over shorts. Plain, two tone, and strip- ed, Navy, Brown, Burgundy, S.M.t. BATHING SUITS I v.rile-offs. Gerald A. Regan, citing reasons II al which he said were "multiple, complex and mainly personal.'1 Premier Regan said the prct'C-r-iMg- anplied ii' ccrlrjn M works portfolio would be sumed on al least a temporary basis by Welfare Minister Al- lan Sullivan pending a "general cabinet shuffle sometime this Mr. Kiley, was first elec- ted lo the legislature in the 1070 election and was appointed public works minister Nov. 26 1971. TOPS by Tncot in polyester blends. Pull-ons with V- ncck, scoop, and other neckline. Plain and striped. White and two lone. S.M.L FROM 56.98 Protest A-blast WELLINGTON. N.Z. (Router) Mimsler John Mar- shall received a petition Tues- day signed by 73.500 opponent of the French atmospheric nu- clear testing program due to start in the Pacific next month. 416 13 St. North Phone 328-3541 Colours in while and Fashion shades. Flar- ed legs in various widlhs. 8 lo 20. We're ready for summer with a great new selection of Sun Fun Fashions, Drop in Tomorrow! You're bound to find lots of fresh ideas for your wardrobe. CENTRE VILLAGE 416 13 STREET NORTH-LETHBRIDGE COLLEGE MALL ;