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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press tuesday november 23, 1971 agriculture plan proposed continued facts on Canadian agriculture of Britain s entry into the Europe an economic Community. Entry would mean additional tariffs on most imported farm goods. It suggests import controls to protect Canadian producers against other countries attempt ing to penetrate Canadian markets and other measures to alleviate the major problems created by the free Market it asks that Domestic wheat prices be raised to a Bushel from current prices of about that an agricultural Export development corporation be set up to encourage agricultural Trade that the govern ment pay. The storage costs of wheat Over 400 million rather than 178 million bushels under the temporary wheat reserves act Farmers help plan government agriculture policy agriculture minister Samuel Yuskiw of Manitoba recently in the drafting be aimed at out of the Federal the provinces he said wanted the fight to de producers Cana Dian Agricula Tirrie there was1 no immediate re action to the ministers refused comment and farm leaders for time to stud y the document but it brings to a head matters that have festered within the Industry for some time. On major policy and credit the Federal government is known to Ilive conflicting ideas in the Docu ment in marketing there is agree ment that an orderly system for commodities needs to be developed. In fact Market Shar countries but Canadian exports should reach or surpass the 1970-71 total of 43-5 million Bush Els while still adding to the Domestic stockpile of about 700 million bushels. In feed grains world Trade is expected to remain even or de Cline slightly after a Sharp climb in 1970-71. But there will be a record carryover of about 300 million bushels of Barley in 1972-73 compared with 200 million Bush Els carryovers in the last two years. Although Federal economists predict exports of 55 million bushels of rapeseed this year an increase of 8.2 million Bush Els from last year Forrest Het land a commissioner of the Ca Nadian Grain commission said producers will be Lucky to ship More than last year s 46.7 Mil lion bushels. The exports won t reach the higher level he said unless there is unexpected Trade in Oil and meal and a Large Canadian Aid program. Normal temperature Vancouver 41 Edmonton Regina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal Halifax Normal precipitation Vancouver 5.9 Edmonton 0.9 Regina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal Halifax precipitation trained Many provisions Aske by Nixon to Benefit business encourage modernization o Plant and equipment and give a boost to . Export sales. But it provides tax cuts of individuals going beyond the president s recommendations. In the Rush to Complete action on the Bill senator Mike gravel dem. Alaska decided against calling up for debate and vote his amendment to exempt Canada from 15-per-cent import tax. Other proposals opposed by Canada that remain in the sen ate version include the provi Sion for Domestic International sales corporations. Such a corporation or disc could offer taxes on much of its income from exports. The effect would be to encourage . Subsidiaries in Canada and other countries to relocate Back to the . Such firms would also be Given an Edge in Export . Compete. Another provision still in the Bill would give a seven per cent tax credit to . Firms invest ing in new the equipment is purchased in Senate okays tax Bill Iii Agi cements a Ming egg d u c e r s followed a supreme court decision last Spring tha ruled unconstitutional a plan by Manitoba that would have res t r i c t e d free inter provincial Trade in eggs. Similar Market sharing agree ments have been reached by Ontario and Quebec milk producers with the Canadian Dairy commission and National agree ments Are being drafted by broiler and Turkey producers. But while the Federal govern ment wants coordinated marketing of farm goods under its farm products marketing legis lation the provinces want a committee to be responsible for the marketing of each comm per Ity and they want representatives from both Levels of government and producers on the committee. Producers and government agencies also would enter into a signed agreement when producers decided to set up a Market ing Agency under the provincial plan. The provincial plan is Al variance with the Federal feed Grain handling system and with a plan to stabilize grains in comes proposed by Otto Lang minister responsible for the Ca Nadian wheat Board but with drawn after prolonged com Mons opposition. The provincial system would allow and Eastern livestock producers to buy Western feed Grain at the same Price foreign buyers pay. The foreign Price now is lower since the domes tic Price of feed Grain is related to the Price of . Corn. The ministers want a stabilization plan with greater Federal contribution to a joint govern ment Farmer fund from which Grain growers could draw in lean years. The provincial counter policy proposals took the spotlight away from the Outlook Confer ence that included consideration of wheat feed Grain and oilseed trends and general economic conditions for agriculture. While senior government economists saw a Bleak future for Canadian agriculture Trade because of the . Import sur charge and Britain s entry into the dec others pointed to prospects for increased exports for Canadian wheat feed Grain and oilseed. Wheat production has been greater this year in both Trade storage room it a dipping handles Are painted and fired about., a dozen shots. Killed two men who slice a e r r e to i dippers. Still firing the gunman returned to a storage room where policy later found Twa other bodies another below Normal temperatures Are expected in the next 30 Days in most of Western Canada according to the Long Vange forecast of the . Wea ther Bureau. In Southern and Central portions of Ontario readings will be above Normal. Precipitation will be heavy in most of Ontario Western que Bec and the Prairies. Ivy v Man shot in the shipping department died in route to hos-1 Pital. When Farrell Al fled building he fired several times at converging police. Patrolman k in n h Hayden ,24, wounded in the left leg before i Lerkins Trudeau so flies Penitentiary terms of High two other officers and six years were imposed on of at least three times in the two men who pleaded guilty in Winnipeg magistrate s tuesday to two charges of Abdomen. Hayden was later treated and said homicide charges will be filed against Ferrell Al who formerly worked As a eachers aide for the City school police Wel Etnia Leio arrive at a motive for the slayings. Reported continued released armed robbery Friday at Pelis be remained tin critical condition brewery 409 Mulvey ave following surgery. V John Richard Everard 25, an inmate at heading Ley jail who is believed to have unlawfully escaped custody from a pre release Centre was sentenced to the it gift year term Rockland William j. Foley 20, of 390 Selkirk Avenue suite 2, was sentenced to six years. They were charged in connection with the two armed robberies which netted three men from the brewery and a Small amount of Cash taken from the Wallet of an employee of the brewery. Everard who received con current eight year sentences on each of the two charges re c e i v e d an additional three months concurrent for posses Sion of a restricted weapon. He was found carrying an unloaded .38-calibre revolver when arrested monday on a metro bus. Crown counsel David Bir Chard told magistrate Wallace m. Darichuk that two men with Nylon stocking masks covering their faces committed the robberies while a third person waited in a car. Everard armed with a Rifle ordered employees and custom ers to line up against a Wall. The other masked Man who has yet to be apprehended took what Money could be found. As Everard nervously shouted let s go let s the other person shouted give them a said or. Bir Chard. The ., but not if it is bought in Canada or another foreign country. The Senate added the Campaign financing provision which would make available Mil lion in taxpayer funds to the democratic and Republican nominees for president in the 1972 presidential election and million to George c. Wallace if he runs again As a third party ignoring hints of a presiden tial veto of the entire tax Pac Kage the Senate Campaign fund amendment by a vote1 of 52 to 47. It allows a taxpayer to Check a Box on his tax return and earmark of his for a couple to go into the fund. The taxpayer could stipulate which put Fly was to receive his pay ment it 7" under the plan a major party nominee could elect to take the million in Federal funds if that much were checked off by taxpayers for purpose but would have to pledge to spend no More than this. The Senate considered 100 amendments in 10 Days and nights of debate and added about billion to the three year Cost of the Bill As it came from the House. The Bill repeals the seven per cent Auto excise and 10-per-cent Evy on Light trucks retroactive to aug. 15. The estimated Sav no is a car on the average. This is certain to be in he final Bill. It allows the president to reimpose excise tax on foreign ars made in countries discriminating against .-manufac ured automobiles. As an example of the i divid Al tax cuts in the Senate Bill a married couple with two Chil Dren and annual income would receive a Cut in 1971 As in the House version and a Cut in .1972, compared with in the House would Force reprinting of All the 1971 income tax forms. The House Bill raises this deduction to in 1972. Ai increase in the percent continued age Standard deduction to 15 per cent with a ceiling next year compared with 14 per cent and a ceiling under present Law. Earl a. Heltay representative Winnipeg Tel 943-845l plan. These Are the major tax Cut benefits for individuals in the an increase in the personal exemption to from in 1971 an increase next year to in the exemption. Increase in the mini mum Standard deduction to this year compared with in. Present Law this is expected to be dropped As it sound financial planning builds your estate today conserves it for your tomorrow. Call your nearest manufacturers life representative manufacturers life j03-71 insurance company continued business. The businessmen had not sought such concessions All they wanted was a Frank Exchange of views. Despite leading questions he repeatedly declined to express dissatisfaction with government a lilies. Delicco splashed e x a at 1 y what we hoped or. Scully said. Both sides agreed in Prin Ciple to further such meetings. St. Clair Balfour president of Southam press the next such meeting would prob a Board of inquiry into the incident to determine where and when the gun was made was held at Kingston last week the Story says. It adds that after Takeoff the prisoner was Given permission to go to the washroom and his Handcuffs were removed. On re turning to his seat the prisoner grabbed a stewardess and held what appeared to be a gun to her head. He then ordered the guard to handcuff himself but the guard refused and began talking to the convict. The newspaper says the Pris Oner than became remorseful gave up the gun returned to his seat and cried. Other passengers on the plane apparently were not aware of the incident. Tonal exporting and importing Queen is stricken London a Queen Eli Zabeth has been stricken with Chicken pox and is confined to her suite in Buckingham pal Ace a spokesman announced monday night she has can celled an engagements for the one of the employees then in next several Days. Indians a sketching Odyssey text and drawings by Joe Rosen thai original do rep indians a sketching Odyssey a Fine cof Lecton of drawings made by Toronto artist Joe Robert bal on a Cross country tour of ten of Canada s Indian tribes. Or. Rosenthal has captured beautify by jew White Man s effect on Indian cml re Cie drama of ceremonial dances 3% heartbreaking of Indian Fife. the 75 sketches selected from 600 the author of fris and Bebr Raj each Bordure a it Etc Irwin Canadian Book Book Gallerie fore dictated where More Cash migh be found. A Bank Cash Sac c o n t a i n i n g the rest of the Money was also taken. The two men then fled South on Osborne Street where the. Escaped in a car in which Foley was waiting. Or. Birch Ard said both Everard and Foley have Exten Sive criminal records. Armed robbery which for a time appeared to be on the de Cline now appears to be on the increase or. Birchard said the robbery at the brewery with one Man wielding a Rifle placed the employees and customers in a tense situation an element of planning had been involved in the robbery at one of the commercial establishments which seemed sus Copti ble to these types of crimes he said i suggest that Everard is not the Type of person to be Al Lowed on the said or. Birchard in View of past efforts to assist in the Man s re habilitation. Everard has come to the end of the said the Crown counsel noting that the Man had been Able to obtain a j handgun with a minimum of difficulty. Foley who. Had been free of convictions for the past years told magistrate Darid Rok j that he became involved after j getting in hot with a finance i be had Tost a Home in British co font ably be held within two months. A similar meeting of Cabinet ministers with top labor officials has tentatively been set. For december but no solid Date has been picked. Yves Pratte chairman and chief executive officer of air Canada said the meeting was there were no harsh words or. Trudeau said the businessmen had asked for a meet ing specifically to discuss pro posed changes in labor relations legislation that would give unions negotiating rights in the Field of technological change but the government broadened the meeting to include the pro posed new Competition act and the Economy in general. Or. Scully said the meeting did not discuss the possibility of wage and Price controls the concept of a screening Agency to control foreign investment possible further Aid to Indus tries hit by the . Surtax on imports or government Mea stops in jail a . Man on his Way from Europe to san Francisco stopped Over in Winnipeg Sun Day for a night in jail after air port customs men found a Gram of hashish in his suitcase nov 38 Grams of hashish in his boots. Bruce. Pabon 30, of san Francisco pleaded guilty to Possession of hashish Mon Randi was fined by mag Istrate John j. Enns in Provin Cial magistrate s court. Court was told that Pabon s Light originated in Copenhagen Denmark and that Winnipeg International Airport was the first Stop in North America. When he went through Cus Toms at 7.30 . Sunday one Gram of hashish was found in a suitcase. A later search uncovered 38 Grams in his boots. On term deposits rates for Shorter terms on request v thief jul u31 capital and Reserve member of Canada Deposit insurance corporation 430 Portage Avenue 942-2586 6t.7f.j1 sures announced oct. 14 to stimulate the Economy. Industry had no real com plaint to present but the businessmen were disturbed by the enormous volume of com plex and difficult legislation be fore parliament affecting Industry. Without commenting on the Merit of the proposed Legisla Tion or. Scully suggested that implementing All of it at once would have the effect of Smoth ering two pairs of plus arson alleged Chicago a a Chicago teen Ager has been charged with four counts of arson involving four fires in the 100 Storey John Hancock building. A fire broke out monday on the 52nd floor of the skyscraper. To firemen were injured battling the Blaze. Police arrested Oseph a Noskovic 18, and charged him with monday s fire As Well As three smaller fires in he building since Friday. Picasso stolen k2p op4.keep two pairs of plus fours. Funny sentence he but so is i before or the Quick Brown we know that your new postal code in t easy to remember so weve suggesting that you make up sentences or rhymes or some other funny Way to remember it and we d like to add that it in t that easy. So Here s a tip. The numerals Are Tough. For example won too for and ate Are usable. The rest Are almost impossible try it yourself. Or better still try it at your next party and see who comes up with the Best sentence or rhyme or something. Then after you be awarded the Booby prize remind them to remind their friends. B four it s two weight few. Paris a a Picasso i paint Sig Vareed at was i stolen tuesday Frota a Cabery hold diplomas j the far Borg Ste. to flirty Foer Ponce said. It was a Fearie Sta j per Ceet

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