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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Saturday, February 23, 1974 Industry needs more rapeseed separation By Herald Staff Writer CALGARY Industry has itself to' blame if it runs short of rapeseed suitable for processing for the domestic market, according to a federal agricultural official. Esmond Jarvis, assistant deputy minister for Agriculture Canada and chairman of the Canada Grains Group, said here Friday there definitely is a need for further steps to separate and keep separate rapeseed varieties which contain high and low amounts of erucic acid. The federal government declared Dec 1 that any rapeseed processed into Utilities officer not needed FOREMOST (Staff) The County of Forty Mile council Friday lost all interest in the provincial government grant of per annum to pay the salary and expenses of a county utility officer The county doesn't want a utilities officer. Councillors reached a consensus Friday (three were absent) that the position would entail no real work and provide no real benefit to county residents Council decided natural gas co-ops expanding or creating facilities are afforded the services of provincial inspectors anyway And they decided the utilities officer wouldn't fix or troubleshoot installations The grant would continue from year to year. edible oil products for use in Canada must be one of the Low Erucic Acid Rapeseed (LEAR) varieties. Studies have shown that erucic acid content has an affect on humans so the government limited the amount permissible in rapeseed products in Canada. Western Canadian Seed Processors Ltd. in Lethbridge announced last month it was importing soybeans from the United States to assure it could fulfill their domestic oilseed supply contracts. The company claimed when the government announced the shift to LEAR varieties, there wasn't enough of the right rapeseed available. Hugh Michael, president of Western Canadian Seed Processors, said because the government dragged its feet and announced the change late in the year, the industry had no time to safeguard the reparation of the two varieties. The high and low acid varieties had a chance to become mixed on the farm, in the delivery system, in the elevators and in the handling systems making large amounts unsuitable for domestic use. Because of the Time-saving paddle Paddling their own uh rowboat, two con- struction workers cross the Oldman River at the site of the 6th Avenue South bridge. If they went by land, it would be an eight-mile drive from one side of the river to the measure of the bridge's importance to the city. John McFarland, resident engineer for the consultant Stanley Associates, said today both bridge and road-work are ahead ol schedule. Three of five footings have been com- pleted, leaving two abutments and two footings to go Weed sprayer insufficient couldn't adapt. Mr. Jarvis disagreed, claiming government told industry about the shift early last spring. "Industry knew in lots of time." He said any further steps to keep the varieties separate should come from industry rather than more government action County considers fire engine fleet By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor FOREMOST When you buy a fire engine, buy the best, the County of Forty Mile council was advised Friday. FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. FOX, C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL 8LDG. World shortage causing beef producers9 bind Special! West Bend qt. trig. TEA KETTLE Gleaming chrome with copper bottom Heats water quickly for instant beverages, soups and mixes Reg S6.98 Special 5" Call DOWNTOWN By Herald Staff Writer CALGARY A general world shortage of food can be blamed for the tough economic bind Canada's beef producers are in. says a government official Otto Lang, federal minister responsible for the Canadian wheat board, told members of the Alberta Farm Writers Association Friday when food is in short supply, grain becomes the priority FURNACES (IN STOCK) SKET METAL WORK POWER HUMIDIFIERS by and agricultural commodity He said when people are hungry, they will eat grain rather than feed it to cattle for another source of food This situation is creating a dilemma in Canada, he said In the short run. grain sales are at record levels as people rush to buy available stocks. At the same time, cattle prices are falling because the public is more interested in eating grain than beef. He said cattle producers are in difficulty now because they can't get all the feed grams they want. There is lots of feed grains but the problem is getting it where it is needed When asked if he were concerned that United States, grain corn could be brough' into Southern Alberta cheaper than barley from north of Red Deer. Mr. Lang said no ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg 222 5th S. Phone 328-4095 2214 Ht. 327-5116 The best costs from to Don Graham of Calgary and Tom Makey of Red Deer, both of the fire commissioner's office, advised the council. A expenditure will add two millls to the county tax rate, municipal committee chairman Coun. William Kenneth Babe said. The county wants to station fire trucks in several main centres. Council was advised by the firefighting experts not to try to fight fires with makeshift equipment. Some councillors expressed the view earlier that smaller, home built tank trucks would be effective in fighting fires and cost county ratepayers about half the cost of insurance underwriter endorsed units. It's anybody's guess how many fire trucks will finally be purchased. And the county council won't take any action until after ratepayers have a chance to express their views at the annual meeting scheduled to be held at 1 p m. March 4 at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall at Bow Island After the presentation by Mr. Graham, Coun. Ed Torsher of Bow Island said, "It is no longer a nebulous adding council now has definite facts and figures to go on. Coun. Babe said, "This is one of the things we were afraid of you have to get something they (the fire commissioner's office) will approve of and it will be HBMTZ HUNTERS STATIONERS 324-9thSLS Phone 328-1778 FOR VOUft COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS InvrUrtloiw MtuouttGBMHHf (24 Hour H We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order1 PACE CUSTOMER PARKING FUEL SAVINGI nO nn K in iwi connoraDM 411 provided the huiitkJffy Have a POWER CHARLTON 6 HILL LTD. Aw S ItM 3Z8-33N PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 1514A 9th An. S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 2 hour service Expert tailoring Hat blocking suede and leather processing perfect pleat draptry processing double the money." Coun Lyle Nattrass of Manyberries said, '-'We don't want anything less." The firefighting experts said they will help council write the specifications if council decides to proceed. Mr. Graham noted they are also in the business of training firefighters. Reeve Dan Vanden Berg said the best program would cost between five and six mills. "But over five years it would be IVz said Coun. Torsher. Mr. Graham said the fire apparatus has a life expectancy of from 15 to 20 years. "If you look over the life span of the thing it's pretty darn he said. Mr. Graham told the councillors the County of Forty Mile is one of the last in Southern Alberta to approach the subject. "Most rural areas in Alberta have farm protection of some sort or he said. Coun Babe inquired if there are any regulations as to the type of vehicles the county should consider and Mr. Graham said there are none. "We recommend that you go for underwriter approved apparatus which costs you another for a fellow from Winnipeg to come out and test the equipment. We are not a sales group at all. we simply put our ideas forth. If you follow our ideas, we back you up. If you don't, we back off like a hot potato." Coun. Babe wondered if the fire commissioner's office liked the idea of the county fighting fires with a weed spraying truck. "No." said Mr. Graham, "Mainly because if you try to alter the weed sprayer to work as a fire truck you haven't got a good weed sprayer anymore. You haven't got the volume and pressure to make a decent sized apparatus." Mr. Graham suggested the county get at least two pieces of equipment, preferably three, to get instant response in any given area of the county "so the thing is going to do some good when it does get there." The other units would back up the threatened area. Coun. Babe said a major problem is that the availability of water is limited in most county areas so the unit would have to take water along. He recommended a 750 to gallon tank that pumps out in IVz minutes pumping at 625 gallons per minute. Coun. Torsher suggested, "Ideally, one truck at Bow Island for divisions six, seven and nine; one at Foremost for divisions four and five; and one at Manyberries for divisions two, three and eight or something like that." Mr. Graham said most counties and MDs have an agreement with the villages "if you look after it, man it, you can have the use of it when you need it." He favored volunteers. Regarding financing, Coun. Babe learned by questioning Mr. Graham that there are no grants available for fire trucks. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS end fit Phone 328-0372 2718 12th Ave. S. EKE TiOEB PRE-EMERGENCE SPRAY EQUIPMENT gu- IdMl for Planters, Discs, Harrows, Incorporators, Tractor Mounting PLANTER ATTACHMENT KIT Wo PK-2J 2 TOW band spray mi wflh two Gold Cap wflh No lips (10 GPA) lor band spraying ana :wo No C-5 flooding tips lor broadcasting vr hoses ana ifllings and 2 adjustable lo attach 1o most planters and listers Add one PK-2J for each two additional rows AVAfLASU. NOW AT. OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. MSt North or 0w'OLIVER DEALEfTrwereet you Phono327-1571 MOVING? CALL OWEN KBITS HM ALLIED VAN LUES INSTALLATION ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS 1709 2nd Ire. S. 32S-SS73 The Liberal Party in Alberta extends an invitation to everyone in Southern Alberta to meet NICK TAYLOR of CaKar, and JOHN BORGER of Edmonton CANDIDATES FOR ALBERTA LIBERAL LEADERSHIP TUESDAY, February p.m. at Sven Ericksm's Family Rtstiurant For further information phone 328-1671 LETHBRIDGE FEDERAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION City Scene Poet plans U of L lecture Roland Mathias, a Welsh poet and scholar, will give two free public lectures at the University of Lethbridge March 12. At a.m. in Room D-642 of the Academic Residence Building he will speak at a seminar on Anglo-Welsh poetry geared primarily for English students. An informal reading and commentary on Anglo-Welsh writing at p.m. in the same room is expected to appeal to the general public as well as English students. City history discussion set The history and development of Lethbridge will be the topic of a free public lecture at 8 p.m. March 7 in Room C-674 of the Academic Residence Building at the University of Lethbridge. A. A. den Otter, an historian from the Memorial University of Newfoundland will speak on "the two faces of Lethbridge in the 1880s." He has conducted extensive research on the Lethbridge area and the Gait interests in Southern Alberta. Modern hero is subject The hero in the modern world will be the topic of a free public lecture at 8 p.m. March 8 at the University of Lethbridge by American essayist John Sisk. Prof. Sisk teaches English at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash., and has an international reputation as an essayist and scholar. The lecture, sponsored by the U of L English department, will be in Room C-674 of the Academic Residence Building. Ballet scheduled A free noon-hour performance of the ballet Coppelia will take place next Wednesday at the University of Lethbridge. Members of the Muriel Jol- liffe Academy will present the ballet at p.m. in the main concourse of the Academic Residence building. It is sponsored by the U of L Folk Arts Council. School system's goal topic A panel will discuss the expectations of the separate school system at a special meeting Monday of the parent-teacher association of the Assumption School. Speaking on the panel will be separate school trustees John Boras and Frank Peta. Jim MacNeil. student services director of the Lethbridge Community College, and Dr. M. F Simpson, local medical doctor. Parents are welcome to attend the meeting to be held at 8 p m in the Assumption School. Nazi prisoner to speak A survivor of Auschwitz, a Nazi German concentration camp, who has visited Israel regularly over the past 20 years will be guest speaker in Lethbridge Thursday at the Southern Alberta Council on. Public Affairs meeting Eva Brewster, a freelance writer and journalist living at Coutts. will address the council on Israel's position in the world today. Mrs. Brewster will discuss the right of other nations to force Israel's withdrawal from all territory occupied in two wars with her Arab neighbors. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED 326-2176 CKtifMOHMMichiife CUFF IUCK. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEMCM. DENTAL ILK. Lower Ural PHONE GUARANTEED SERVICE To SONY, LLOYDS, PIONEER, NORESCO, and most olhtr makes ol ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 2 to Mrve you ANGLO STEREO ft PHOTO SERVICE DEPT. 419 3Hi StrMt South 328-0973 LETHBRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. Commercial Refrigeration Specialists WALK-IN FREEZERS COOLERS ICE MAKERS 111 11th Street South Phone 328-4333 J.P. Hopp, M.D., FRCS (C) Orthopedic Surgeon Announces the opening of his office at 217 Professional Bldg. 740 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Bus. Phone 327-4854 Res. Phone 327-4738 In association with Dr. W.N. Myers 12 crttp MM cMckvn 4 Cora 4 wwvttBf Rolls French FriM or Potato Sated SwNt Saur Siuct DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR FOR ONLY 4 Closed Sundays for the Winter JUST CALL 327-0240 or 327-2297 LOTUS INN Across from the CPU Depot ;