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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidoy, November M, THf HERAID 21 Farm leaders mull over future trends OTTAWA (CP) As Cana- dian farm leaders gathered Monday to mull over future trends in tanning, provincial agriculture ministers attempted to wrest from the federal gov- ernment more control of farm policy. The ministers, here for the annual federal-provincial farm outlook conference, presented Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson with a complete counter plan for the development of Ca- nadian agriculture at a closed all-day session. Meanwhile, outside the minis- Products standards OTTAWA (CP) Consumer Affairs Minister lion Basford here urged the Standards Council of Canada to develop product performance standards which would be recognized as impartial by industry, the retail trade and consumers. "Consumers often have to pay hundreds of dollars on. say, con- sumer durables with no way of judging the relative merit? of several models or Mr. Basford said. "They are sometimes con- fronted with inadequate labels, irrelevant advertising mate- rial." He said consumers hove no way of judging a claim tha1. an air'conditioner is "big enough to cool three rooms." Mr. Basford also called on the council to develop standardized warranties which could be eas- ilv understood bv consumers. tcrial meeting, 200 representa- tives of farm organizations and government officials beard pa- pers on projected economic con- ditions for Canadian farm com- modities. The ministers' proposals, re- leased when they met, outline suggestions for changes in farm marketing, income inreaf.es for farmers, extended farm credit, altered grain policy and a range of other farm matters. As Mr. Olson and the minis- ters discussed the provincial proposals, senior federal gov- ern m e n t officials confronted delegates with mixed prospects for Canadian grain and less-ac- cessible short-term markets for Canadian farm goods in Britain and the United States. WHEAT OUTLOOK GOOD i One outlook paper, prepared I by economist G. G. Pearson of I the federal agriculture dcpart- i ment, said Canada should ex- port about 435 million bushels ol i wheat in 1971-72. up from an j expected 400 million bushels this year. ,-or 1Km he predicted ton., fedora, mnrWin; I i nadian exports of wheat of bo- agency for gram, n noi n Caliadian agricultural twccn 375 and 425 million any more barley for shipment 1 bushels. i In-fore July heeausc port facili- j Gifford ernphasized the Roger Perrcault, head of the Canadian livestock feed board, commenting on the future pros- peels for barley, said Canada should use about 310 million bushels of this year's crop and stockpile leaving about 490 mil- lion bushels for export and car- year. short-term hardships caused by the U.S. surcharge on dutiable ryover. But, despite an abundance of feed grains, the Canadian wheat tics are booked tight. Forrest Hetland, a member of ulc 0 au------D--------------- Ur Canadian grain commission, jmp0rt5. It affects most proc- said rapcswd growers feel ex-1 [arm product.? shipped to the U.S.-the largest tingle cus- tomer of such products. Dr. Anderson said the deci- sion lo allow the Canadian dol- lar float from a fixed rate of ports of the oilseed this year will not likely exceed I he 46.7 million bushels shipped last 'Football player jto stand trial i HAMILTON (CP) Wayne Philbrick, former Hamilton 11- ger-Cat lineman, was remanded !to Deo. 21 for trial when he appeared in provincial court today on a charge of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. Philbrick, 2.1. was charged after police seized 50 pounds of the drug last August. They esti- mated its value atS12.000. Philbi'irk quit the Canadian Football League team after his arrest. World-wide pollution I accord wanted i CALGARY (CP) Pollution i control standards should be uni- form acrofs Canada and possi-1 ble throughout the world, en- Elliot of the federal vironmcnt minister Jack Davis I said here. i Since technoogly in Canada i and UK United States is sim- ilar, the pollution control oh- AgriculUirp. department econ- icu iiiiciw omist J. S. Carmichael said ex- j last year, rising inter- j ports could reach 55 million K( rates the increasing cost of growing foods without the help of chemicals have clouded the the Canadian farm economic picture. jectives of the nations should also be uniform, he told the delegates at the Pacific region convention of the Air Pollution Control Association. Although nations have cultur- al differences, the laws of na- ture are uniform and man- made laws governing pollution j should also have parallel devel- opment. There is no great difference between sound economic plan- ning and good environmental legislation, he said. Since so- bushcls this year. DEPENDS ON SALES Mr. Hetland, discussing implications of Mr. Carmi- cbael's outlook, also said do- mestic rapeseed rrujiiing could only reach the estimated 10 mil- j lion to 15 million bushel figure it i IIP. Hill V Q.CI Canada can sell its rapeseed meal. "But can Last year the country crushed 8.4 million bushels. Earlier, economists Geoffrey partment. M. N. Gifford and Vv. J. Anderson of the agriculture department, outlined the severe effects of foreign economic poli- cies on Canadian agriculture. Mr. Elliot said Britain's entry into the European Economic Community will raise tariffs mi crump Garbage .slide kills children BELO HORIZONTE. Brazil (Hauler) least six persons EDMONTON (CP) A city lumber company em- ployee may get writer's cramp today all because he dumped a locked bank de- posit bag-containing by mistake into a mail box. Police said they received a "slightly sheepish" call from a man asking for help Sunday and they picked up post office officials on the way to the mail box. With the mail bax cleared, the group went to the main SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY Irteuierj icciaL D---I- including four children were post office and saw the de; by tons of garbage slid ing from a large rubbish dump, spokesman for the fire depart tion, e sa. nce s- cventuallv pays the said. The garbage slide i ClCiV i of pollution, e'conofnie growth I completely covered three shan- _ Umic-np n cinn and environmental arc compatible. protection i ty town 1 saloon. hou'es and a posit bag locked into a mail bag, sealed and then put away in a vault. It will stay there until the man fills out enough forms to satisfy postal officials of his right to the cash. m SIMPSONS -SEARS Wednesday Specials Boys' Flare Casuals Sharp-looking panls are available in Brown, Beige, or Black with contrasting patch pockets. Boyi' Wear Reg. Lady Kemnorr Hair Seller Reg. 19 QQ SJ 20 roller electric hair setter for the girl on the go Now you con have a beautif.'-l new hoir style in just minutes. Beauty and Health Candy Snowballs Men's and Ladies Jewellery Boxes Ladies' Antique styled jewel box. 1 O QQ Reg. SU.9S Men's Walnut finished valet. fj QQ Reg. 59.98 Ladies' Pierced Earring Case. O QQ Reg. S3.98 J Men's Block Jewel Box. QQ Reg. 57.98 Ladies' 3 Section Ivory Jewel Box. O QQ Reg. O.77 Jewellery Department 89c ib. 66cib. Reg Delicious chocolate filled with creom and rolled in coconut. Candy Department Mist Hair Setter Reg. -I- Indy Kenmore's 70 roller and beautifies your hoir. The perfect ChriJtmos gift. Beauty and Health Slipcover Extravaganza Chair size. Reg. Catalogue Priced 3.99 Sofa size. Reg. Catalogue Priced At this price they won't last long, so be the first in line for this fabulous bargain. There's O largo assortment of styles and colors to choose from. Drapery Department i 68" Courlelle Fabric Reg. yd. 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