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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta UtHMIDOE HEKMD y, It, NFU Withdraws From National Grains Body WINNIPEG (CP) The Na- tional Fanners Union withdrew Tuesday from membership in the Canada Grains Council with NFU President Roy Atkinson cf Saskatoon accusing the council of adopting a membership pol- icy "fragmenting farm power and farm unity." Mr. Atkinson walked out of a closed session of the council, which is holding its first annual meeting, alter council members voted to accept as members the Saskatchewan Association o f Rural Municipalities and the Carman (Man.) Farm Business Association. Later, in an interview, he said the NFU's withdrawal was an action cf principle and a protest against the fragmentation of fanner power through the seat- Baby Foods Danger Seen ing of groups "that purport to represent farmers." "As far as I'm concerned, the withdrawal is a permanent deci- Mr. satf. He said the NFU's withdrawal would create a major gap in the grains council, an organization representing all segments of the grains industry which was es- tablished'as a co-ordinating and advisory body. EXPLAINS OBJECTION' Mr. Atkinson objected to the Saskatchewan membership on grounds that the association is governmental, not a farmer body. Admitting the Carman nroup, he said, would further ragmenl farmer representa- ion. Grains council Chairman A M. Runciman of '.Yinnipeg sak be regretted the NFU mov The cwncil "had .recognized since its inception the impor ance of acceptance by western farmers of the council and tfo job it could do for them. "This leaves a hole in t be said. Mr. Runcirnan said the NEW YORK (AP) A Brook- raven National Laboratory sci- entist said heri. he has new evidence that common' satf it commercial baby food may lead to high Hood pressure in later life in babies genetically prone to the disease. Dr. Lewis-K: Dahl, senior sci- entist and chief of 'Staff at Brookhaven's Research'1 Hospi- tal, urged that food processors make food without added-salt and that mothers feed treif ba- bies foods without added salt. Dahl said salt is added-'to baby food so it will not taste flat to the mother. The infant, he said, does not need if. The scientist reported on his research in the-April issue of the Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine and elaborated in an interview from his laboratory at Upton, N.Y. farmer still is well represented through the pool elevator com- panies, the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and other mem- ber organizations, "but not quite in the same way a direct- membership organijjtion such as the NFU can provide." He said the membership of the Carman gr.oup is made up of down-to-earth farmers, an advanced type" of farmer, and the Saskatchewan Association of Rural .Municipalities is made up of "elected representatives of rural municipalities who are, by the nature of the term, very predominantly farmers." Mr. Atkinson said it is no NFU policy to divulge member ship figirres but that t zation represent p figirres but that the organ! tion represents "a large group of farmers across West- em Canada representing a large volume of the grain produced in I Western Canada." Zeller's 'SKILLET1 RESTAURANT n a MRS, PERDUE'S SPECIALS MONDAY thru SATURDAY GOLDEN CHEESl DREAM Coffe. CANADIAN CLUB SANDWICH Soup or Jirice Coffw GRILLED HAM ON A BUN Seup or Jim< Coffee SALMON PATTIES Soup or Juice ZELLER'S 'SKILLET' RESTAURANT SOUTH lElHBRIDOE SHOPPING CENTRE ON MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Zeller'i JOIN THE FUN! COME TO THE TREASURE HUNT 3 EXCITING DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, APRIL 30, FRIDAY, MAY 1, SATURDAY, May 2 TREASURE SPECIAL SPECIAL 'TAG Nude 'Heel tathr 4 Kth liket I Pnmlte ii sasJ-HUL. LOOK FOR THIS "TREASURE SPECIAL" TAG FEATURED ON NUMEROUS ITEMS THROUGHOUT THE STORE FIND ONE AND YOU CAN PURCHASE THAT ITEM AT THE DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICE! COME ON IN! FIND A TAG! YOU COULD MAKE A PURCHASE WITH UP TO ATTENTION CREDIT CUSTOMERS ADD OR MORE TO YOUR ACCOUNT AN ACCOUNT FOR OR MORE A YOU COUID RECEIVE PUNCH A BALLOON ON YOUR IMMEDIATE and "Bermuda" 5-PIECE LAWN ENSEMBLES Cellar 33" sltel irt'e IK white lAtt Mind luish tri crtrW lltral ctw. T< cenl) chits p'istic HITS, iltninin IfJmes, ill titM kr Vh H. wkFrti ink fiiig vilince. friial friM citer. nitcbitj ntnitr. 24.88 INDIVIDUALLY PRICED! Umbrella Toblt Cavfr 4.29 GrMind Spiki 3.49 Table 12.M Chain Each 7.M Boys', Girls' "FURY" BICYCLES Fw-trtlri 20" bin Rtth ptartj sped nd Ws if safety. rto knaiu hys, MunU f ir lirS. CHKK ZaUTJ 12 PACE CIRCULAK FOR MANY TMMB40OOS VAIUISI k South tethbrldge Centre on Moyor Magtorh Open Doily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; a.m. to 1 p.m.; end rrMay ;