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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _____________________________ Dmmbtr 14, 1972 THE UTHSMDGf HlfA'.D 9 Whelan believes dockmen will 'stay on the job' CALC-AP.Y 'CP) Agricul-' August and disruptol early lure Minuter Eugene Whe'ian strain shipments. Omtinuallwi of the .strike after the mediation tic" British alumna dead'ire expires could ralt crs will stay on job and movement of aboil 17 million nrairie grain v.ill keep moving bushels of grain, alter Parliament's back-to work The Liberal government or- ordcT expires Dtc. .11. He told a corJ bss been having ''cor-1, tan t dis- with his Liberal cab- inet colleagues about labor pron- kms MI the B.C. docks. Cabinet response to the po- blight on Canadian shipments" his been strong to shipments will carry on. he said. V.nen the order expires, 3.2W Urag- v.i'.l be free to re- Cold snap Canada regulates vitamins A and D drives up killed to aid prices LOS ANGELES 'AP; snap in C a I i f o r n i the men back to wort: 1 duririg a of'parlisment. juit bc'ore the e'ection was '.-ailed. v.-0'jld both on the docks in B.C. position arjd t'wir respon- said Mr. Whelan, adding he wewW aigue tor a thf llf, in s o ne area? th OTTAWA (CP) Proposed i the Canadian Dr.'unum limit, unless under amounts of vitamin D that regulations on mariinum levels ;A. E. Morrison, assistant dep- tor's pnacriptiwi, lor vitamin D lean te added to any in the United States'uty minister, health pro'.fc-jtiwis is l.WJ I.U. preparations. Tms limit is will bring the Americans in line branch, said in an interview. Canadian regulations limit i.L. V with Bimalar'reguiat'jns in force Canadian regaUtwns appear claim., that can Ix; made by Preparations (hat contain "for 25 vearB" in Canada more stringent than Uiove pro- manufacturers for vitamin :tween Wi 1.1. and l.L. of ,f healUi department spokesman postd in Washington. Tney in- preparations arid limit the vitamin D can-sot be advertiwxJ said dicale both rninimwn and max- amo-jnte of thai can and they must carry tr.e r, "US Food and Drug officials limum limits. be added to foods. Dr. Morrison racnt that tr.e prtparitio-j u regula'k-ns to limH In Canada, maximum daily Eaid. If they are added and the ''for therapeutic use only.' d vitamin A and U of vitamin A is limited to intemation is so the American MW unit? M.U.i'then there arc minimum levels lations. the proposed daily bm- -u'w-as oar roncern about by a dot-tor, of amounts. its are JO.WJ I.U. fur viumm A overdoses veao mi tt.s.1 led 10 Morrison said. max- As v.ell. there are Jirmts on and fft for vitamin D_________ of motorist 78. of WTiilefisn, car to go t-vie aid of a fellow wa.1; s'upjck by a said trxd tnjck -.-tims's wile. Eume a Trhen working on Parliamentary com- mittees studying agriculture in gpncrallv. Tre. j aren't the worst off people in the world." Mr. V.'helan also threw corf crater on a Nctional FannerB' Unica request to become bar- gaining agent for all Canadian farmers, "generally the Canadian VTneat Pool and toe govern meiit. "Canadiare, especially famv are an individualistic E.-wip. As producers are second to n'jce. Ttey shouW i stay that way. i Unionizing the farmers would be impossible.' i He said it wild require a checking