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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July 11, UTHMIOM rlMAlB PHONE ORDER SERVICE CHARGE ACCOUNTS NABOB REGULAR or FINE .................Ib. Faces return to prison Mrs. Lucille Miller, 43, paroled a year ago after serv- ing seven years in prison for the slaying of her dentist- husband, leaves municipal court in Van Nuys, Calif, after her arraignment on a charge of shoplifting a blouse. Conviction could result in revocation of her parole and re- turn to prison to serve all, or part, of the life term she was given on the murder charge. Meat products code rewritten OTTAWA (CP> "Hie health! department announced Tuesday it is changing regulations to al- low of vegetable pro- teins in meat products. It also will allow simulated meat prod- ucts, provided they match qual- ity and quantity standards equivalent to real meat. The regulation changes also reduce the amounts of sodium nitrates and nitrites" that can be used in cured meats, such as sausages, bacon, wemers and meat specialty products. These chemicals can combine with other substances in the stomach to form cancer-causing com- pounds, it was learned earlier this year. Minimum nutritional require- ments were set for meat and simulated meat products, espe- cially in determining the min- imum amounts of protein that must be present. Protein is an important body-building nutri- ent. In as eight-page letter to food manufacturers, the health and consumer affairs departments listed the proposed new regu- lations, which included labelling and advertising requirements. LEGALIZE PRODUCTS The new regulations make le- gal the safe of hamburger-soya- bean mixtures, which have been on counters in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto under various names such as Superburger, Protemburger and Thriftybur- ger. These combinations, using protein from soybeans, have scM for a few cents cheaper than regular hamburger. The changes open the way for simulated meats, such as simu- lated bacon, beef patties and chicken breasts. Some of these products have been on sale in the United States. The labelling requirements are to ensure that the word "simulated" be shown in type as large and as promuent as the common name and that la- bels carry a completd Tit of in- gredients including vitamins and minerals. The changes will assure the housewife that substitutes for meat will be equal to the real thing. Boycott proposed EDMONTON (CP) Al- bertans are being asked to re- sist the temptation of a drink when that drink involves a Seagram's product. The Alberta Federation of Labor has added its support to the boycott of Seagram's prod- ucts in sympathy with a strike against the distfltery by 180 workers in British Columbia. Local 69 of the Distillery, Wine and Allied Workers of International of America has been on strike at Seagram's B.C. plant for four months in demand of higher wages. Mosquito problem serious EDMONTON (CP) Con- tinued wet weather to aid the mosquHo hatch could create an emergency situation for cattle during the next five to 10 days in central Alberta, a provincial agriculture department spokes- man said today. R. D. Dixon, Ifead of the de- partment's plant industry lab- oratory, said cattle in an area between 25 miles to 100 miles southeast of Edmonton and east to Provost are "severely bothered" by the hordes of mosquitoes in the area. "Last week I saw a mating population 20 feet high. VA miles long near Mr. Dixon said. "The cattle are walking all night, they're not grazing and not drinking much water and we could be in real trouble if the wet weather continues." The mosquito breeding cyde is seven days and "we could be looking at a population 100 times greater than it is be said. COFFEE STRAWBERRY JAM COOKIES MUSTARD FLOUR NABOB PURE 2 Ib. tin DARES 2 Ib. bag Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Fudge, Peanut Butter Chip........................... FRENCH'S ALBERTA GOLD MILK SALAD NESTLES TIN PUDWNGS Vanilla, etc. UBBY'S KIDNEY BEANS 4 CVORY LIQUID FACIAL TISSUE 2 BATHROOM TISSUE APPLE HONEY ECE MEATS Phone 327-5295 FRYERS PORK BUTTON BONES BOLOGNA By The Piece' PORK STEAKS Shoulder WIENERS Balk Ib. PEACHES PRODUCE Phone 328-1751 Sale held up pending clarification CALGARY (CP) The sate of two city nursing homes has been held by the Calgary Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District Seven pending clarification of the offer.. Roger Bematzki, assistant district administrator, said Glamorgan and Mayfair nurs- ing homes are involved in the proposed transfer of control and ownership. Security Capital Corp. Ltd., of Toronto, seeks to sell the homes, owned by its subsidi- ary, Medex Alberta, to Extend- icare-Canada-Ltd. But District Seven, acting on behalf of the provincial government, has first right of refusal on UK sate. alue'Vlllage CHERRY LOAF CAKES RAISIN SCONES DINNER BUNS 2 BREAD 10 BAKERY Phone 327- CALIFORNIA BEAUTY 55 Oranges bag WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING AUGUST 1, 2, 3 and 4 ;