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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LE1HBRIDGE HERAID Thunday, August T7, 1972 Higher beef prices forecast TOUONTO (CI1) liighor iriccs for will hit lite Ca- ladian consumer as result of :lie federal government's ban nil the use Df a rattening agent cattle feed, an official of the Onario Beef Improvement As- sociation said Tucsilay, Gracmo Hedley, the nssoci- ation's secretary-manager, said diclliylslilljeslrol a syn- thetic hormone, will compel farmers to use more feed to fallen their beef animals. He estimated feed costs will rise about 10 per cent with Hie result that a decline in production will force up prices. In Medicine Hat, Alta. Mon- day night, Agrictiilure Minister H. A. Olson said Ilio use ot DBS is being discontinued starting next Jan. 1, partly for health reasons but also Irecausc ot ex- porl considerations. NEICDS iMOUK STUDY lie said Ihcre is no evidence that anyone's health has been harmed through consumption of beef from catllc fattened with DKS, hill food safety officials are not satisfied that all Ihc possible effects on human beings have been studied ade- quately. DICS was banned in the United Stales a few weeks ago and Mr. Olson said (here are "some important reasons In conjunction with our inter- national Iradng partners in meat products why have lo stay in line wilh ttie U.S. deci- sion." Mr. Hedley said the ban svill cost lire Canadian caUlc-fccding industry about million' a year and place exporters at a disadvantage in (he U.S. mar- ket. IJe said Hie U.S. ban cov- ers only DKS mixed in feed and enables cattlemen lo continue using the hormone in (he im- planl form, H will bo banned In all forms in Canada. In addition, U.S. cattle fee- ders can use otticr {aliening agents not licensed for uso in Canada, he said. pressure for greater income security. At left, a lie snalclied hastily from his briefcase gels rejected after all as loo COMPANY COMING Things got a little hectic for Prime Minister Trudeau a few minutes before the arrival of a delegation of pensioners from "Pensioners Concern- formol. In centre and left photos, the prime mirmler an organization which urges senior citizens to busies himself wilh chairs in his SIMPSONS bears SPORTS CENTRE LEARANCE SPORTS PAL CANOE Reg. There's never been another sporti boat quite like this one. It looks like a canoe, but if you get tired of paddling, you can put (he special paddles in the oarlocks and it. Or hoist the special soil (bought or attach a small outboard to the molor mount at the stern. Foam flota- tion makes extra safe. Aluminum hull makes it maintenance-free, Life preserver TWO SLIGHTLY DAMAGED. SI 99 12' Lapsfraked Aluminum Boat Reg. 635 Ib, capacity. Marine clloy aluminum. One pleco gunwale. Full yacht bow, non skid interior, wood leaU. 1 15 Ibs. 12' Aluminum Cartopper Reg. 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