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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PHEASANT HUNTING SEASON CUT SHORT EDMONTON Declining populations of have forced the closing of the hunting season for the game birds two weeks earlier than the government an- nounced today. Allan minister of lands and said the pheasant season will close on Nov. 17 rather than on the intially-scheduled Dec. 1. Pheasant populations have declined during the last 20 years throughout North America. The decline was accentuated by weather problems in Alberta this spring which damaged the first hatch of the particularly in the southern part of the province. Albertans called blue-eyed shieks EDMONTON Senator Donald Cameron said today Eastern Canadians are calling Albertans blue- eyed shieks of The Alberta an was speaking in an interview about Alberta's battles with the federal government over control of oil policy. He said he has been talking with officials of the Alberta government and with federal representatives in an effort to them talking Soft drink sales ban announced EDMONTON The sale of soft drinks in beer bottles will be prohibited in Alberta under new liquor control board regulations approved by the cabinet yesterday. The regulations also state that trademarks and designs of brewers and liquor manufacturers cannot be used on non-alcoholic products. The only company in the province that has been selling soft drinks in beer bottles is run by Ben Gmter of British Columbia. Alberta broke off energy discussions with Ottawa last week after the federal govern- ment announced it was increasing the export tax on crude oil to a barrel from 40 cents. Alberta said the increase was totally contrary to the spirit of talks earlier in the week with energy minister Donald Macdonald. obvious Ottawa and Alberta have to talk and I hope my efforts will have some Senator Cameron said. absolute- ly essential they com- He felt a large percentage of the dispute between the two governments is talk or at least I certainly hope The senator also said Alberta and the federal government should jointly finance an oil extraction plant for the Alberta oil similar to the million plant planned by Syncrude Canada Ltd. convinced the governments could finance NO TIME LIMIT Before the rules were modi- contestants in amateur wrestling could be locked in holds for so long that single bouts sometimes lasted up to 11 hours. ItTt THI UTTHiMOOl HlfULO GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 1-11 Pincher Creek 4-14 Medicine Hat 0 -19 Edmonton 3-25 Grande Frame 5 -5 Banff 19 -4 Calgary......... 2-21 Victoria 42 37 .44 Penticton Prince George Kamloops 38 36 13 7 31 26 Vancouver.....41 32 Saskatoon 10- -2 Regma 14 -6 Winnipeg ..21 5 Toronto......41 30 Ottawa......... 38 33 Montreal 37 33 St John's 37 31 Halifax 41 30 Charlottetown 36 25 Fredericton 40 29 Chicago 45 38 New York 50 36 Miami ........79 74 Los Angeles 76 58 Las Vegas...... 75 48 Phoenix 86 51 Athens 68 52 Rome.........64 50 London......... 52 48 Berlin...... 50 37 Amsterdam 54 46 Moscow.......36 32 Stockholm 46 36 01 .04 .02 .15 Medicine Today Clearing by noon. Highs near five above. Lows 5- 10 below. Snow beginning near noon. Winds SE15-20 Highs 20-25 above Today Sunny Highs near five above. Lows near 10 below Clouding over Snow by evening. Winds SE15-20 Highs near 15 above. Kootenay Today and Cloudy with snowflurnes Cold. Highs both days from 20 to 30 Over- night lows 10 to 20. MONTANA East of Continental Partly cloudy northeast with snow at times west and south decreasing tonight. Friday variable cloudiness with a few showers western mountains. Warming trend Friday. Highs today 5 to 15 east and north 15 to 30 southwest. Lows tonight 5 below to 10 above except 20s extreme southwest. Highs Friday 30s west and south 15 to 25 northeast. West of Continental Rain or snow at times today and Friday with a warming trend Highs today 30s. Lows tonight 20s. Highs Friday 40s WICKES TER-RAIN MASTER The Natural Way to IRRIGATE Like RAINI See These Now At... GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttt Hlflhway-Box 1202 PhOM Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways arc in good driving condition. Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of PORTS Of ENTRY and Closing Carway v a.m. to 10 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Porthlll-Rykerts 8 a.m. to Wild Horse8 a.m. Roosevllle8a.m. to midnight. Logan Pass closed Gov't on spending spree OTTAWA Supplementary totalling Just more than billion were tabled in the Commons Wednesday by C. M. president of the treasury board. They bring the federal government's intended record spending for the 1979-74 fiscal year to about 120.3 billion. The year's main tabled last totalled 119.3 billion. The biggest single item in the new spending program is an additional 1321 million for family allowances. Payments were raised to monthly for each child effective Oct. 1. -Further increases to an average of are provided in legislation pending and pected to be effective Jan. 1. Another appropriation grouped by a government spokesman under the heading million in subsidies to the provinces to lower milk prices tor RESERVE NOW -Krnqs Domain Louise 1 People power People power could conceivably become the major source of transportation in the near future with the problem of the current fuel shortage. A quick glimpse into the future shows Lome of as tie takes his wife and their daughters for a spin in a rickshaw he imported from Taiwan. Livestock producers require incentives COLOUR OR BLACK WHITE KEEPS YOUR CAMERA LOADED By JIM NEAVES EDMONTON Can- ada's livestock producers must be given incentives to produce before the prices of meat on supermarket shelves will be A. M. Run- ciman of Winnipeg said Wednesday. Mr. president of United Grain told the 350 delegates at the organ- ization's annual meeting that the firm's directors were at some of the steps taken by government to reduce the price of food. The directors were critical of actions to remove the tariff on beef entering Canada from the United an export embargo on feed beef and the limit on domestic wheat prices. These are attempts to provide cheaper food to con- sumers. is an inescapable law that before consumers can have low producers must have high Mr. Runciman said in his annual report. an incentive to pro- a facmer will use special skills on purchased imputs to produce more. The cost of the commodity then will be lowered to the con- yet the producer benefits because tfye better management lowers his cost Commuter service sought GRANDE PRAIRIE The City of Grande Prairie points to the need for a com- muter air service to Ed- monton in a submission to be filed with the air transport committee of the Canadian Transport Commission during hearings scheduled for Nov. 19. Mayor Elmer Borstad said the submission asks that the service be provided to Ed- monton's downtown Industrial Airport rather than to the International 16 miles south of the city. Mayor Borstad said the downtown Edmonton destina- tion would help businessmen travelling to Edmonton and returning the same day. the Chamber of Commerce said it would in- tervene at the hearing which will listen to applications from four airlines. Time Air Ltd. of International Jet Air Ltd. of Calgary and Mackenzie Air Ltd. of Ed- monton have each applied to operate an Edmonton-Grande Prairie commuter service. Pacific Western Airlines has asked to operate q regional service currently provided by CP Air. of production and thus enhances his Mr. Runciman said federal actions in the livestock field have reduced the incentive to produce beef and wheat. It would have been preferable had the government introduc- ed measures to subsidize the consumer directly at the payer's expense rather than at the farmer's expense Particularly discouraging this year was the large-scale movement of feeder cattle from the Prairies and the abandonment of livestock production by many producers because of high grain prices. 'MUST REVERSE TREND' The UGG president said special measures must be found .to reverse this-trend and provide a nearby market for Prairie grain for the future when prices return to more normal levels. measures should not be at the expense of the gram but at the expense of the country since in the long run it is in the interest of all Mr Runciman told delegates that for the first Canadian consumers are conscious that the milk and bread on their table not originate at the super- are seeing how policies of overly cheap food provide no incentive to the farmer and eventually result in shortages and food prices slipping out of The federal government must provide an income- security plan for he said. now will sup- port an income-security plan that takes away the sharp swings in cash income and thus allows farmers to plan ahead and expand with con- owned and controlled by Western Canadian operates country elevators in the three Prairie provinces and in the Peace River area of British Colum- bia. It also operates terminal elevators at Thunder Bay and manufactures and distributes livestock and poultry contracts special operates seed cleaning publishes farm offers all types of general insurance and provides a full line of farm supplies. Mr. fiunciman said that in spite of record grain and sales of fertilizer and seed during the last fiscal the firm sustained a loss on its country elevator system basic reason is that revenues from handling and storage charges in many cases are inadequate to cover Mr Runciman said there will be a reduction in the number of elevators operated by the company because returns were barely enough to maintain smaller elevators at a great number of points in order to provide competition. conditions of sharp- ly mounting such a policy means elevators with a low handling potential must be disposed of or the whole elevator system is STEEL PRICE UP NEW YORK U.S Steel said it will boost the price of sheet and strip effective Jan. and will drop an intermediate grade of cold rolled steel from its line. The followed a similar price rise by Bethlehem Steel Oct 12. JMT LEAVE YOUR FILMS AT FOR DEVELOPING AND AND RECEIVE A NEW ROLL OF FILM AT NO EXTRA CHARGE IN YOUR FINISHING COLOUR FILM Quality You pay only for the film developing and for the amount of prints you receive No Hidden Charges No Coupons COLOUR or BLACK WHITE SIZES 110 120 620 127 126 135mm Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Thursday and Friday 9 am. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive We reserve the right to limit quantities. OEPUTMENT STORES IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT The whisky a man saves for himself ...and his friends. LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ____ iwwwn i LTD 1911 LWMT Ptow 117 4ft Aii't. i M7-1M1 COLLAR unpretentious two-storey shop on Main Street In is the only shop In North America turning out handmade horse collars. To learn what the Sackvllle Harness shop is read the excerpt from Stuart Trueman's book The Wonderful World of New this Saturday. It's a matter of taste. So we take the time to blend together 29 aged whiskies into one great taste. Adams Private Stock. Do your friends a flavour. Thomas Adams DISTIII I TU ;