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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Federal small-farm program won't be stopped by elections Wcdnnidoy, Moy 31, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 OTTAWA (CP) The federal government docs not Inlend lo lei provincial elections stop Its small-farm development pro- gram, Agriculture Minister II. A. Olson told the Commons ag- riculture commitlcc Tuesday. He said the provincial govern- ments want Ottawa to hand them the money and lei them control and operate the pro- gram. "We have Rone a long way in trying to accommodate the point of view ol the provinces hut they wanted to admin- ister the whole thing. We would he reduced to a lumling agency. That is unacceptable." Mr. Olson emphasised lira right of Ihe federal government lo make laws affecting agricul- ture, and added: "If the members of Parlia- ment assume they aie incompe- tent without compiele cn- dorsatioii by the provincial gov- ernments, then we might as well pack it all up and go home." Under the program, the Farm Credit Corp., a federal agency, will provide greater assistance to farmers who want Lo enlarge their farms. It will also buy some farms from farmers who want to retire but cannot find a buyer immediately. Mr. Olsun said it would be more economical if the federal and provincial governments could agree to administer tha program jointly. Existing fed- eral and provincial staff could be used. But the federal government essary to Implement the pro- gram. "The fanners of Canada have wailed long enough for the pro- gram to become Mr. Olson said. The federal gov- ernment had been negotiating with the provinces for moro than a year. Ife added that the federal gov- ernment would be prepared to make agreements with the prov- Humanity award for Pearson LONDON (CP) lister Pearson, firmer Canadian prime minister, will receive lie Victor G o 11 a n c z humanity award June 13. This award, in memory or the late British publisher, is granted each year in recogni- tion of the recipient's outstand- ing work in the humanitarian field, especially In relation to developing countries. Pearson, accompanied by his wife, is currently touring the Creek islands. He is expected to arrive here for an 11-day visit next week His engagements will include a trip to Buckingham Palace June 8 when he will receive he previously-announced Order o[ Merit from the Queen. This is was ready to go it alone, hiring one o[ the hjghest honors tno whatever additional staff is nee-1 Queen can bestow. THE PROVINCIALS TR10 PREACHING MIRACLE RESTORATION REVIVAL HEAR-JOYFUL SINGING SEE-THE GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT IN OPERATION Receive Healing or Deliverance A deeper life ministry for Chrislmni LUTHERAN .CHURCH 6005 50th Slreel Taber THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY, JUNE 1-4 Nightly al p.m. Sunday at p.m. INTERDENOMINATIONAL EVERYONE IS INVITED Inces for Joint administration al any time. Two MPs, New Democrat AH nicavp. (Saskatoon-fiiggar) and Conservative Jack Homer (Crowfoot) expressed concern ahouf provincial objections lo the program. Stanfield offered security report OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudcau said Tuesday lie offered to show Conservative Leader Rohert Stanlield the complete report of the royal commission on security and "I think that's as far as we can go" in disclosing its contents. lie was replying to Commons 10 millionth immigrant greeted OTTAWA (CP) Man- power and Immigration Min- ister Bryce Mackasey greeted Canada's 10 millionth immi- grant today on Parliament Hill. Dr. Richard Swinson, ac- companied by his wife Caro- lyn, 30, sons Robert and Ian, 6 and 5, and his daughter, Emma Catherine, 3. arived today from Liverpool, Eng- land. Dr. Swinson said he decided In emigrate to Canada lo get 'new experience" in his work. A 31-year-old psychiatrist, he will be taking up nn appoint- ment at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto. M r. Mackasey presented Mrs. Swuison with a bouquet of pink carnations and gave Dr. Swinson an autographed copy of Canada1 A Year of the collection of Ca- n a d i a n photographs issued during the 1967 centenial year. Dr. Swinson, who has a sis- ter living in Toronto, said the final decision to emigralc to Canada came when he and his wife visited his sister last summer. Mrs. Swinson said (Jia great stocks and supermarkets were her most vivid impres- sions of Canada. questions ahout slalcniems by former Liberal Paul Tlellyer, who said during the weekend I Canadians would be shocked if they knew Uic true extent of Communist activities. Mr. Hell- ycr was in the cabinet the royal commission report was received. An abbreviated version was made public. Mr. T r u d e a u told David MacDonald this version was approved by the commissioners. Mr. MacDonald had asked the prime minister whether he will consider forming a committee of privy councillors, from both sides of the House, to look into Mr. Hellyer's charges and lo de- cide what action should be taken. The prime minister said members of the liouse might want to consider some of Mr. Hellyer's allegations, which, he said, are apparently based on something he got from cabinet, privileged and under oath. Later, Eldon Woolliams asked whether Mr. Hellyer did break cabinet secrecy. Mr. Trudeau said he couldn't answer because it wouldn't be proper under Ihe rules, "and I (V.ii't know exactly what the Honorable Member for Trinity said." Mr. MacDonald suggested a committee of privy councillors wrould "clear the air, once and for all." Mr. Tnideau said the PC member might want lo organize members of the Commons broadcasting committee which had been accused by Mr. Hell- yer of wlu'tewashing the secu- rity issue. BAN HAS EFFECT MOSCOW (AP) of waterfowl was banned during their spring migration in the So- viet Far East and scientists say [lock sizes have increased there as a result, Tass news agency reported. i _ i i SNII'F.Fl KIITS M Jfaricv filcnti I of KnlciRli, N scmi-auUniKilic rifle lo t 11 persons rind himself niiri wound K oUir-rs lit a shopping cr-nicr. fcyo smog govl. TOKYO (Holler) The Jr.p- anese government Utdny inter- vened in the controversy over cily smog proposals Jor tougher icslridioiis on tire use of passenger cars in Tkyu streets. The move c o m e s alter hundreds of schoolchildren in Tub o fell ill from sn- called pholorlicmicnl smog. caused hy the action of sunlight on chemicals in vehicle exhaust gases. The sudrton intervention look city officials hy surprise. The city authorities announced a plan to bar most private traffic from inner streets durins the morning hour exten- sions to other limes of Die v.'hen smog conditions become dangerous. Four government ministries -transport, conslniclion, the prime minister's office and Ihe national lo hold a joinl conference to dis- such measures cxlra road dulios en passenger cars using cily s'.rcc-ls. The proposal1; also include more slrceK (o ini- priic (lie flow of traffic, more bus-only lanes lo imnrovc1 serv- ices and measures to persuado motorists to leave their cars at home. Drug recommendations ''counsel of IJy CJLENN1S 71LM OTTAWA (CP) The rccom- mumlalions of the commission non-medical use of drugs concerning marijuana and hash- sh represent ''Ihe counsel of de- Dr. Andrew Malcolm, a I'oronlo expcrl, on drug use, said Tuesday. In a 47-pygc critique of Uic commission's report, Dr. Mal- colm said the commissioners appeared to f.'clicve that (ho Iriumph of drugs is inevitable md the only thing lo do is let Ibe drugs lake over. "Then, Jaler on, we can learn how fo treat the casualties, who by then will be commonly de- scribed ys mnrijuanics. This, of course, is tha counsel of dc- spsir." The entire report "is filled Ihe evidence of our persist- ing scientific ignorance" about marijuana, Dr. Malcolm said. The commissioners have them- selves pointed out that much more research needs to be done. That research must be done brforc any aclion is taken ihat would lead to increased use, ho said. Dr. Malcom said he was par- ticularly concerned over dis- missal by the commission of the research evidence, which also is documented in the report, about the lack of drive and motivation found among some users of can-. marijuana and May nahis. 17. His own research in Iliis The commissioners split over has led him (o surest (linl (ho the recommendations, with tho altered Mnlo o( con.sciousnc'ss is j three-man majority, including such that marijuana users 1 Mr. Le Daln, taking a middle "miglil he vulnerable lo Hit im-1 road and recommending no critical acceptance of inslruo I criminal penalties for simplo lions widely varying in social usefulness." This area of knowledge about the of drug users is jusl. one (ha( should ho explored, lie saitl, hcrorn rnari- junna is made: Icrjnl. Dr, .Malcolm M'ns formerly with (ho Addition Hosnardi pus.sossion of cannabis, but not making the drug itself legal. Commissioner Mario-Andrea a Montreal criminol- ogy professor, recommended complete legalisation of canna- his, with only government con- trols similar fo those on alcohol. Commissioner Ian Campbell, a Foundation of Onlurio, and had j dean aL Montreal's Sir Georgo been designated as hear! of suc a study there, lie said. However, he fired from his jnb after he crUiciKert the f'tt'ft volume of the. com mission's final report when it was released last Janu- ary. The commission, beaded by Williams University, r e c o m- meiided lessening penalties against simple possession erf cannaliis, hut did nol agree with its legalization. All commissioners said that it was a matter of balancing the harms of cannabis against tlio Gerald Le Dain. dean of O.s- i harms from criminal prosecu- Rootle Hail law school. Toronto. (ion lor a custom (hat ha.s bc- presentcd a report on j come an accepted practice by a plnnl form of percentage of the population. Tag new firm Zapata Granby VANCOUVER (CP) The V a n c o u ver Stock Exchange suspended trading Monday in shares of Granby Mining Co. Ltd. and Granisle Copper Ltd. at the companies' own re- quest. The companies advised the exchange that informalion was) about lo be furnished regarding' (lie absorption of the two com- panies into a new company called Zapata Granby Ltd. Zapala Granby is to be a wholly owned subsidiary of t ZEpata Corp., a Texas-based j company. Zapata last year ac- quired 50.75 per cent of the shares of Granby, which in I urn, owns GG.O per cent of1 I Granisle. BRISTLY NAME The original name of (lie bass was barse, which is Old English meaning bristly or spiny. H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist BEARING CENTRE NEW! from S1EMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS Look cif fhese features 1. IOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 months on one battery) 3. S1EMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try these aids without obligation THURSDAY, JUNE 1st Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327-8551 for appointment H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist Hearing Aid Sociely Member of National Hearing Aid Dealers' Air Member of Alberta SALE STARTS Saturday, jyne 3rd at 6 p.m. GARDENING SUPPLIES FERTILIZER- SPOTTING EQUIPMENT CAMPING EQUIPMENT BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES PAiNT AND PAINTING ACCESSORIES RIFLES AND AMMUNITION PLUS A1ANY ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION GARDENING SUPPLIES Rololiller. 5 h.p. Reg. 229.95 20 huh h.p B i S. Gas 69.95 74.50 Sunbeam Twin Blade 2 Speed Mower Model RE196. Reg. 120.93.................... 99.93 Sunbeam Grnss Catcher {For above Keg. 13.95 9.95 100 fl. 3 Wire Electric Cord. Reg. 12.95 Black Decker Twin Blade Electric Mower Black Decker Grass Calcher (For above Mower) Bog. 1395 9.95 IB Inch Reel Type Gas Mower. Reg. 189.95.... 169.50 IB Inch Gross Catcher (For above Reg 6.69 16 Indi Oerl'Cr Twin cm Hedge Trimmer 29.95...................'......... 24.95 1.1 Inch Block Iwin Cm Msdge Trirnmei 56.95 22.50 Melnor Model BBS Oscillating Sprinkler Reg. 13.50 Gilnior Wnve-O-lalcr Deluxe Sprinkler Reg. 21.98.......................... 14.50 Molnor Model B90 Oscillating Sprinkler, wilh limer. Rer, 22.19 16.50 Gilmor Pulsating Sprinkler (Irrigation Type) R'g. 13.29 9.95 55 Fl. Rubber Garden Hosn. Reg, S.95 4.95 50 Ft. Rubhor Garden Hoio, Reg. 10.95 75 Fl. Rubber Garden Hose. Reg. 16.95 Is'.flS Woedox Wonder Bnr. Reg. 4.9B 3J98 Woerfex Wonder Bar (Clovor and Chickweod) S-'8 4.49 Gnrdena Garden Hose, sn" x 50 ft. Reg. 12.95 Killcx, B 01. tin. Reg. 2.39 Killcx, 16 01. tin. Reg. 3.49 50% Malnlhinon, B 01. bll, Reg. 2.49........ 50% Malalhinon, 15 01. bll. Reg. 3.49 2 <19 Slug Bail, 2V, Ib. Reg. 1.89 1J3IH 40% Clordanc, 01. bll. Reg. 1.69....... J.J9 40% Clonlaann, 15 01. till. Reg. 5.69 1.9R Derilox, 1 Reg. 9Bc .69 Green Croli Super Sprayer. Reg. 11.95 9'.95 FERTILIZER 34-0.0, 50 Ib. bog. Reg. 3 50 46-0-0, 50 Ib. baH. Reg. 4.50 Sq. Fl. Weed i Feed. Reg. 4.15 Sq. Ft. Weed i Food. Reg. 6.EO 5-10-5 Vigaro. Reg. 4.19 Golden Vigaro. 30 Ib. bog. Reg. 6.98 Golden Vigaro, 15 Ib. bag. Reg. 3.98 SPORTING EQUIPMENT ll'piujcej. Keg. 36.95 Telescoping D-A-M Fishing Rod Ren. 24.95 Fishing Reels (All Too many to Irsl. Fishing 2 50 3.39 2.S8 7.95 J.R.QS 29.95 S Model Colemnn 3 Burner Ccimp Stove, Reg. 37.70 IP Gus Cninp SIDVO Req. -12.35..... Moc'el 51 IA SCOO SJU Colalylic HeoVr I Mo-.icl 5'3 .'OCa-SOrO BTU Adjustable Heciler Color-nn Cvcn. Gas. n'.M'-l. Co.'cnic.n Cos, Gc.-.'.o.-i. }.Z9 Colemcin f.'.oc'el 22CF (2 Key. 20.50 Cfi'emnn [ur.lrrn, 235 (1 Heq. Slyicfonm Coolers Hpci. 2.9B Sfyrofo.-rni 1 Rrn. 98 Thermm Corli'r-., Crn Thmnns 1 r v 1 :'.v 1 V Rrn ]n9.', hid -.'7xl.-.x 29.95 32.50 BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES Fishing Reels (All SlocM. Too mnny to Irsl. Now Off Fishing fctli (Ml Slock) Now 25% Oil 2 Man Dinghy with Pump and Oars. Heavy gauge. CAMPING EQUIPMENT Moss Kits (5 Req. 2.10.......... 2 Quart Canteens. Reg. 3.29 4 Quart Canteens. Reg. 4.50 Gallon Ccmtccni. Reg. 2.98 100% Polyester No. 1600 Sleeping Bag. 3 Ib. Reg. 17.95 100% Polyester No. 876XP Sleeping Bag 4 Ib. Reg. 19.95 Polyester No. 1900 Sleeping Bng 4 Ib. Reg. 19.95 Down and Feather No. 20 Sleeping Ran. MJ. Reg. 29 95 Down and Fcnthcr No. 21 Sleeping Bng. 3Vi Ib. Reg. 22.95 Down No. 7339 Scoulvr Sleeping Bog, J'i Ib. Rng. 49.95 Model 421B Coloman Camp Stove. Reg. 1-R9 2.79 3.29 2.19 14.50 15.95 15.95 22.50 17.50 39.95 19.95 22.50 17. 91? J .7.9 19.95 11.95 27.50 22.50 r.-rtnl Cli-l Corlrr, Rcrj. Colemcin Hnrrl Clnl Cooler. Rug. 20.33 Colemcin Hnrfl Cltul Coolrr, Reft. 17.30............... 14.93 Co'crmm O'ic Gallon Ji.'n. (Hard Clndl. Reg. 5.95 Colcmnn Ivo Gallon Jut; (Hard Rrn. IP.15 Thermos Two Gallon Juq. Ren. 9.95 Over 5iO different h'fniiiuj Knivrs, 4" to 8" blade. Rrn. 3.95 lo Now 25% Off PAINT AND PAINTING SUPPLIES While Fence Paiat. Gallon No. 500 House While. Gallon. Reg. 8.95 AND AMMUNITION Cll 32 l.B. Model 171. Bon. Rrminqlnn Model 77. 22 L.R. Rr-ci. 76.7.S Gevori Somi-Automclic. Ren. f-4 .303 British Mnrk IV. Rng. 39 95 Browning T-Boll .22. Req. 99.50 CIL Model Reg. 35.95 Ithaca Lever Aclion 22. Ren. 69.95 177 Calibre Pellet Guns. Ron. 19.90....... Weaver 01 Scope. 11.50 38 Snecinl Armenius 6" Hand Gun, Double Action Ribbed ond Adjustoblo Ren. 79.95 CIL Ammunition (Limit 2 Boxes Per Customer) 22 Short. Reg. 1.05 22 Lonn. Req. 1.15 22 lonq Rifle, Req. 1.28............... 99.95 18.KO 1R.50 19.95 4.95 6.95 36.95 67.SO 54.9T 29.95 S9.50 29.95 59.95 16.RO 11.95 G9.95 .69 .79 .89 COLLEGE MALL Mnyor Bfivo nncl 20lll Avo. South Pliono 320-0066 Open Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. ;