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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 ,'f r..lL'ary, Mrs. Ue.'llii I irii.-d Ihtvr weeks: er of a boy an i I facilities up i I.eeferink's c 1 im il'-i md i-ut no-, tha oilier pan d -e Marairel all ti '.-...lill .'il d; "I dnn'l I M '1 ai, the in- children like tin i nv. ar-pli- and they tliti I t 11 11 e f S H. If I I l crease to million iO tin.- lncn' The board is guarantee loan? n i" mil f tff, to piivatn I- established in the l" inclir-lri-s hirmod l-v nosotiaM rndev IV SUSPECT IN D. Ferrell-el, con- nectc-d by police with the fata! shootings of five workers a PPG Industrie; planl cit Be IM mo re Monday, lies 'ATjundTcl on li-.e sidrwnik the plant. Authorities vvH ?0, cf into one of plan! bui'dings she! h" '.aw." He svas listed in critical condition Monday nig hi a' Agnes Hospital. Liberals wrangle QUEBEC fCP) Delegates tasted the bitterness of Quebec's language conflict at a provincial Liberal convention during I h e weekend when a contentions resolution at odds with the gov- ernment's legislative plans was introduced. The resolution, defeated at a plenary session here after some heated exchanges, called for separate English and French school boards on Mont- real Island, where the govern- ment plans to eliminate linguis- tic and religious divisions in school administration. During a workshop session on the resolution Saturday night, debate was suddenly cut off when 50 or CO delegates walked in, called for an immediate vote and suspended proceedings. Party organizers were known to be using walkie-talkie coin- mmiication with spotters in var- ious workshops and some Eng- lish-speaking supporters of the contentious resolution charged Uiat the workshop was suddenly packed. Phyllis Mass of Robert Bald- win riding turned in her parly card after the incident and told reporters later; f just feel democracy is dead in this party. This room was packed when they knew those motions were coming up." In his wrap-up speech to the convention, P r e m i e r R! Bourassa said M.OOO jobs been created in Quebec year while only 3.000 jobs had been creeled in under thf former Union Nationals govern ment. 10 agro mini Ily DOUG Ol D III J Q plans lo keep alive small family 1 1 in I1' ideas for marketing u il i OTTAWA (CPi- Canada's Kl: siahilizini! in- i provincial agriculture and prices, a new feder- mint joined forces Monday in an system of farm i u i u parent solid bloc to present plans for tlic sharing of 1 eral Agriculture Minister 11. markets by farmers pro- Olson with an extended the same goods nnd a nu t tute plan to current federal policy for grai. ktmi, riculture urges (in immediate pro- The plan was released during the two-day annual federal-provincial farm outlook conference. Hut while about 200 representatives of farm organizations to help farmers hit by the U.S. surcharge on dutiable im- u mm most processed farm and government ac- tion lo offset the adverse effects mp lobby groups discussed economic and commodity outlooks, the provincial ministers Canadian agriculture of Brit- ain's entry into the European mlllu Economic Community. Entry all day in closed session with Mr. Olson trying to harmonize their ideas with federal mean additional tariffs on most imported farm goods. sll It suggests import controls to policy. The 29-page provincial plan results from discontent with federal agricultural Canadian producers n against other countries attempt- 1 ing to penetrate Canadian mar- j kets, and other measures to "al- ua that surfaced {luring an Edmonton meeting with Mr. Olson in July. The ministers met in the major problems ere- j ated by the free market ccon- j m ronlo Saturday to work out pioj o It asks that domestic wheat j.p on final draft. Tiie provincial leaders disagreed with the federal plan to ease unsuccessful farmers 'nlrj i other jobs, retirement or utiild up a better operation. Their plan calls for controlled development of agriculture, be raised to S3. 00 a ]lc bushel from current prices of about that an agricultural n export development corporation be set up to encourage agricul j lural trade; that the govern s ment pay the storage cost? of j wheat over 400 million, rathei M f 1 proved farm subsidy 178 million bushels under no i Temporary Wheat Reserves t f i 11 that fanners help plan (1 agriculture policy. T WANT SAY 1 I ,i i Agriculture Minister .Samuel j I t-U of Manitoba recently said fhen in the draft 'pan L would be aimed at 'It in ui CALGARY (CP) Tile Jl Tail ct@ nW.'V'V fc-'Jt 0 Ii 0 IK I II minister C i nil in ii Irawn 1 OppO m i l us o rr i feM foreign :n pncr> chin tit r -Jecl to a -t.ibill In'ion, tV.f.1 '-rt.... li.-'iffl a "'Uid 0; 'ton for i--.j' bt- I a% OJIKOO! Ui-: rs The -ipi irii'iUP.' ai.sn pus ;i prOLVUll! cf pcivnu-nir- !n {'.-irm 1 ckumiriL- d a -n g c. niincntrd suni 'M.> rnt been inurocfi hri; nre V.'. -lie'1. cf tht- Sk-t'l turkeys, hhicbcrri.-s, .iP.lh traff.c fatality of berta Fish and Game Associa- tion said today it supports the provincial government.'s re- rmesf to be given observer s'.rtus at any Canada-United Stales cr.ergy talks. action should be taken by the federal government without, full consultafion with tlie province which should be I SUN'RI.SK Weather and row fQ'i Mayor Monday that ir-onton ml Hod iini'crlake a Wkiy v.-liiriher tri city j f. nnal penevating fa- couk! be a' Anile-v near province export ban and resulting M. Ardley coaHiclds i represented at all levels of nr- irrasco: urgenov of developing near Hed Ueer as future re- i Sotiation." the association said tnci'gy to j placement for existing power prepared statejncnt, I briieve if rs- j Kources of all three cities. s-.nt.ial ov.r thrc-s j ''U'iil you join me in request- WEDNESDAY Torn O'Koefe of Calgurj', RS- sot-iaiion president, said tho as- SUNSET Lctliliridgo Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary........ ihfnna] power fa-1 siudy les out killed KiKsmc car rules out session EDMONTON J're-1 Ansust, the lime-table would n-.ic-r Loushced ruled out: have pcrmiltcd I lie nuw P.-o- ;iny possibility Monday of a De-1 Consen-ative govera- romlwr session of the Alberta Lc.oislaturc to deal with uncm- hold fal1 are committed to the ilr. Lougheed was commrnt- concept of fall sessions and _ i-7 on a adopted i hold them yearly in the future, ,'V ir of'Vd- at t.ha Social Cremt! starting next he told a after g'n't in Calgaiy, news conference. .V a car and v.-as hit by n calling for the special session. Grant N'otlcy, New of Social Credit j cra'Jc party leader, said NDP j Alberta government re- Manitoba presented sub- egislalion al sessions thin two monUis of taking of- WHEAT PRODUCTION RISES-Ths Prairie wheat crop for 1971 rose to 504 million hols, from 312.5 million last year when the federal government encouraged far- mers to wheat. The Canadian crop was 523.7 million bushels, compared 531.5 million m 1970 For your Dining enjoyment at Will entertain you with her folk tcngi in our Dining Room from to p.m. THURSDAYS niul FRIDAYS Rl'lq. from LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-421') ing export of electricity and Edmonton water. j Banff "Plans exposed to date by Pcnticton American engineering firms! Prince Gerope show Alberta and 13.C. j Vancouver turned into s-luicc boxes for Prince Albert rivers such as the Peace and j Moose Jaw v.ith no thought for resi- dents of the associa- j Winnipeg tion said. Toronto "The Ottawa has cancelled ;dl .studies by the Montreal government on tbej .Si. John's export of uatcr and this action Halifax should not be thwarted by nc- Charlottetown goiiations at which the province i Chicago not represented." New York Miami ja.venunent? in Saskatchewan j afkcA tlw federal gov- Los Angeles eminent to be Riven status as .san Diego observers at any Canada-U.S. j Denver energy talks but Ottawa turned down the request. Aldermen draw lots lor game CALGARY 'CPI Oily council decided to draw lots Monday lo two ald- ernmeu to represent the city at the Grey Cup Game but one alderman questioned the legality of this kind of lottery. Mayor Hod Sykes told alder- I man Peter P e t r a s u k he wouldn't allow cily solicitor John dcWolfe to give a legal t i opinion. 'In this type of thing, it's I I b'tlrr not to know.'1 NVverthclew. Mr. doWolfe i I handed (be mayor a slip of i i j paper. sccrr.s I have a legal i opinion, a wrir.en legal opin- Mayor told coun- cil. "For your personal informa- tion, iberc is incontrovertible precedent for the selection of people through the note said. "Judas l.nugcd himself and his followers cast lot.s for his t successor." Aldermen John Kiislinir and Ed Oman "'ill represent Oal-! gary 1 Aussie pledge I'ANBKRfiA l AD Primp i n i s t e r William McMalion p 1 f d R o d Tuesday Australian v.'ill ii'.1! he sent lo Cam- snow bccin- i district i r coon by noon. ii lo ".iiiv v.iih Ofcasional both lonitiiu near A complete factory enginociocl nrcnn hnndling centra for cattle, hog, and poultry feeders. 'Ask about our "Trade-Grain" or '5-yoar" Finance Plan' Albert ft OI'TICIAI. AS AT A 'I TODAY COURTESY OF A MA All highways in the bridge district arc bare dry and in rotuiiiion. Highway 1, Trails occa; lona highway, Calgary to Banff is Lsr.rnv tire bare and wil.li ocrnsianal' rniii'i d i; is f-V h.'v.-c d condition with j) icdia lo train Cambcdian (iior.s. Ho told P.'M'linmcnt h c hnd assured President Nixon in I during n m-ent POUTS OK 1-A'TltY rOponlng and vi.sil is prepared '-1 li'inr.s: Curuny f. a.m in !i p.m. .MST, Del In principle lo help train Koosrvillc, H.C. to j p.m.: K in South Vietnam at. n Iwurs; Porthill RykcrU 8 a.m. to ninlnighi. Clm U.S. trauung base a a.m. In 5 Logon clo> Cnn'ts ;