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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December 26, 1970 THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD 27 Beef producers not worried about U.S. Imports Nnvpmhcr. i Mr. Mills stressed there i CAIX3ARY (CP) Alberta beef producers are not worried about the large quantity of beef now being imported from the United Stales, says Chris Mills, Western Stock Growers' Asso- ciation secretary. The situation is unusual in it is the first time in about three years that beef has moved in any quanitity into Canada. The movement is aided by a strong Caindian demand for beef and higher prices in Canada. "Large numbers of animals are moving from the U.S. Mid- west into Winnipeg Tacking plants which then ship car- casses to Eastern Mr. Mills said in an interview. "There also are some animals coming into Alberta." CHANGING ROLES Opposition Leader Robert Stan- field gets hslp with his newest costume from Ron Collister of the CBC. Mr. Stanfield and Mr. Collister, along with other politicians and Ottawa journalists performed as extras in 1he National Ballet production of The Nutcrack- er, at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa._____________ TV football gets her down AUBURN, Wash. (AP) _ Lawyer Alva Long is seeking to have television sets banned in the taverns and cocktail lounges of Washington state He emphasized beef produc- tion is tied to the North Ameri- can market, not just the Cana- dian market and prices in the U.S. are depressed because of a strike in that country's pack ing industry. "We think this is a good 'lubmaha, Neb., cattle prices Pensioners GLASGOW (AP) Two old- age pensioners attempting to sail a yacht across the Atlantic from Scotland to the Bahamas have been missing for several weeks, their families said Fri- day. They asked Lloyd's of London, the shipping insurers, to advise their intelligence unit in an at- tempt to locate the 33-foot yacht Pajova. Robert Munro, 81, a retired are niissmg tea planter, and Ian Campbell, 68, a retired ship captain with 40 years experience at ssa, lett Clydebank Aug. 25. They were last heart! from two months ago off the Canary Islands. They were due in the Bahamas sev- eral weeks ago. BUYS MUCH The chewing gum industry buys 60 per cent of the mint oil produced in the United States. now arc about to producers compared with a hundred pounds in September. In Winnipeg choice steers brought up to a hundred. Mr. Mills said American pro- ducers arc taking advantage of tne strong Canadian demand and "when we're in the oppo- site position, then our catlle move down there." A shortage of fat cattle inj Canada resulted in increased' prices but the industry is slow- ly responding to that demand, he said. In previous years beef de- mand at this time was reduced in favor of turkeys and other meats but a supermarket price war in Eastern Canada was a factor this year. !In the middle of November, i the first ammunition they used in their price war was culling beef prices and this sharply in-1 creased demand and has put pressure on the industry." To form party in Cyprus rift NICOSIA (Renter) Turk-' ish-Cypriots said Friday they; will form a new political party Sunday to oppose their com-1 munity's present administration I under Rauf Denktash. Dcnktash has conducted the Turkish-Cyp- riot case in talks wilh Greek- Cypriot repi-cseriiaiives since clashes broke out between the two communities seven years ago. Mr. Mills stressed there is no over-all shortage of cattle in North America and "90 per cent of the time in Canada our own producers meet our own require incnts." He predicted that the U.S. beef imports will cease about February when prices south of the boundary will "move back." "Bui right now the U.S. mar- ket is very depressed." BANK HKAI) DIUS LYONS, France (Renter) Gabriel Ferras, 57, general of the Bank for Inter- national S'ctllements. died in hospital after his car was in- volved in a car accident near Lyons Wednesday night, a hos- pital official said. B.C. reports increase in gross product VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia's trade and com- merce minister said Wednesday the Gross Provincial Product rose 7.1 pel- cent in 1970 despite a slowdown in the over-all level of economic activity. Waldo Skillings, in a sum- roary of economic activity in B.C. for 1970, said the increase came in the face of an economy damaged by "anti-inflationary measures, a record number of man-days lost to labor disputes and a softening of some foreign markets." Mr. SMBings said anti-infla- tionary pressures resulted in re- duced activity in some sectors, a levelling off in employment opportunities and an increase in unemployment. on the grounds they violate state law. Long took on the cause at the request of a woman who said she fled home because her husband and sons spent all day watching tele vised football games, which she hates. She said she visited four bars only to find football being broadcast on television sets at each. In a letter to the county pros- ecuting attorney, Long noted a state law prohibits music and entertainment exclusive of ra- dios or mechanical music in li- censed premises without a proper licence. He said nearly all taverns and cocktail lounges have television sets but none has applied for a licence to use them. More popular TiEL AVIV (Reuter) Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Dayan is more popular in Israel than Premier Golda Meir, says a public opinion poll conducted by Public Opinion Research of Is- rael Ltd. and published Friday. It found that Dayan had support from 88 per cent of the Israeli population. TO ALL LETKBRiDGE HERALD DISPLAY ADVERTISERS TO ENSURE THE UTMOST ACCURACY, PROVIDE SUFFICIENT LAYOUT AND DESIGN PRODUCTION TIME, AND TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION ON THE DAY OF YOUR CHOICE YOUR ADVERTISE COPY MUST BE RECEIVED NOT LATER THAN 12 NOON THREE PUBUSHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF A PROOF IS REQUIRED) AND NOT LATER THAN 12 NOON TWO PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION (IF NO PROOF IS REQUIRED) Those requiring proofs are reminded the minimum od size for delivered proofs is 42 column inches (V> Proofs of ads smaller than 42 column inches will be available for viewing at The Herald until p.m. the day prior to publication. For Courteous, Professional Advertising Assistance, or Further Information, Just Call The Lethbridge Herald 328-4411 Display Advertising Christmas CURDS 25% Off! stmas Boxed Chocolates ot Choose Black Magic, Moirs Pot of Gold, Selection or Miniatures, Stock up Now on Health Beauty Aids at Special Savings! 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