Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, November 25, 1970 THE U-THBRIDGE HERALD 35 'am I' i system scored CALGARY (CP) The prai- rie grain transportation system needs improvement, president G. L. Harrold of the Alberta Wheat Fool told (lie company's annual meeting, but recent pro- posals do not meet the needs of both farmers and railways. The idea of unit trains, which would be loaded by trucks col- lecting grain from delivery points within a radius of 73 miles, is fine for railways, Mr. Harrold said, but would involve long hauls for farmers and double handling of grain at ele- vators. LONG HAULS A proposal to eliminate small country elevators and replace them with a few large eleva- tors would also be economical for railways but would neces- sitate long hauls for farmers ami large capital c.ilkys fnr elevator companies'. The problem was not with the elevator system, which has always bc-.-n able to mecl mar- ket demands, but "Hie trans- portation sydcin on several occasions f.'iund i! to inc.'.'t (lie trade require- ments." Mr. llaiTOkl did not suggest an alternative. Tiie annual meeting was also told that pool handlings of grain durini; the crop year increased to M million bushels from 31 million bushels Uie year before. J. JIadill. general man- ager, ssid the hnndlii'gs worn the second highest on record and fhe share of the market to 46.3 per cent from per cent. JOCULAR JUGGLER Prime Minister Trudeau wos windup of the liberal convention in Ottawa. The prime show his juggling act. He managed to juggle the apples presented with a box of British Columbia apples at the minister clowned with the delegates and gave them a free a couple of times before they got away from him. THE UNIVERSITY OF IETKBRIDGE The University pf Lethbridge is currently uccepting Applications For the Spring Semester WHICH COMMENCES JANUARY 11, 1971 Interested persons should contact the UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE Before the Deadline of DECEMBER 11, 1970 Socreds favor REGINA (CP) lost their of the provincial Social in the last general merger proposal is to be League have voted to in at a joint conven- talks with the Avram, Social early in 1971, probably in Progressive Conservative party on a in Saskatchewan, said some members of his The location has not been determined. About 65 Social as keen on a merger Nasserden, 51 year olc voted and results were 2-1 member of parliament favor of the merger talks. Conservatives examined the 41-year-old Indian Head hotel owner said UK ones became provincial Conservative leader in February, has two weeks ago and only unenthusiastic about any merged party woulc person among about 50 are mostly older the Progressive Conserva- against have a hard core of name. Neither of the parties now people who are skeptical has said he would slant represented in the 59-seat Legislature. The Socreds' last ability to get our views of monetary reform across in the leadership of a merged party. Mr. Avram said Monday resentation was in 1960 and he said in would not seek the job. f f Xk i 'v fi. -7 BfW r> Y V M- nature'a own bubbles' The natural choice for entertaining! Nature's bubbles naturally light, lively flavour and our traditional wine-making process, make this the onn wino you can nerve with confidence anytime! Calona Crackling Rose. Try this sparkling pink, champagne- quality wine next time you entertain, Your guests will appreciate your good taste... and ours! Calona Western Canada's leading winemaker. And try these other fine Calona Wines Crackling White, Italian Red, Red Dry, Royal Red, Royal White, Sweet Sherry, Muscatel, While Port, Italian Vermouth, ENERSON'S GIGANTIC USED CAH CLEM AT THE (AT FAIR GROUNDS) 125 PREMIUM NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS TO BE SOLD! INSTANT APPRAISALS-ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING OPEN 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SALE ENDS 10 P.M. SATURDAY, NOV. 28TH! BROWSING SUNDAY, NOV. 29TH 2 TO 4 P.M. Name Your Offer Be Early For Best Selection!