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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Wedntxiay, July 18, 1973 40 30 20 Population Projection 10 Million- 1970 75 80 85 90 95 20Qfl 400 300 Gross National Product Constant 1967 Dollars 200 Billion- 100 1970 75 80 85 90 95 2000 15 10 istribution of Population" I n______ Million I J rji Jl I. II II nl I.C. Ontario Qutbct Atlantic 40 I Population by Age Groups 131996 0-14 15-29 30.44 45-64 65 and Over Whafs ahead? According to a group of executives the economic future for Can- ada in the laif quarter of this century is tremendous- ly bright. The called the Canada Group, concentrated on issues im- portant and unique to Canada. Graph traces their projections. Ottawa announces food protein guides By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Burean OTTAWA After several months delay in the inner sanc- tum of the federal bureaucracy, the government has released proposed regulations to estab- lish nutritional and labelling guidelines for the foods of the future, meat products made out of vegetable proteins like soy- beans. As already reported, the new regulations would treat syn- thetic and all-meat products ex- actly the same when it comes to the minimum protein con- tent. The philosophy is that any synthetic products should be as good for you as the real thing. Thus, the new regulations would require that all-meat un- cooked sausages contain a min- imum of 10 percent protein, with a protein rating of-25. The same minimum protein content and protein rating ap- plies to the synthetics, the prod- ucts "resembling" fresh saus- age but made completely or CAREERS SALESPERSONS Two experienced Agricultural and Utility Soles People Wanted to Sell the CASE Line of Tractors and Tillage Equipment. Guaranteed Wage plus Commission and Car Allowance CALL Lethbridge Farm Equipment Ltd. 1263-2 AVE. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4494 SHOP FOREMAN fOR LOCAL FARM EQUIPMENT and MACHINERY MANUFACTURER Must be experienced in this field and able to work well with other people and work without supervision. Salary negotiable to experience: only experienced parties need apply. Apply in person to VIQORY EQUIPMENT LTD. 920 2nd AVE. 'A' NORTH, IETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4389 HELP WANTED! EXPERIENCED DIESEL MECHANIC TOP WAGES-FUU COMPANY BENEFITS PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS Apply to INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE 304 STAFFORD DRIVE, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3125 COUNTY OF CAMROSE, NO. 22 Requires An ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT Candidate should pastes training ond feoch- thg experience at the elementary school level with an em- phasis in the areas of reading end mathematics. Competency end experience ore required in diagnosis of reading and mathematics problems, in prescribing re- mediation, and in indrvidooTited program planning, imple- mentation and evaluation. Graduate training in the fields of elementary reading ond mathematics on asset. Successful candidate wiTI serve Cc-ordinotor of a project with specific duties as outlined in E.O.F. proposal. Further information re thtt proposal available from County of Comrote. The position will olso involve. 1o a degree, such toskt os ore normally assumed by centre! office administrative per- sonnel Duties to commence on or obout September 1, Sclary to be determined in accordance with qualifications ond experience. Applicants shot! apply In writing ond in- clude o complete resume of training, experience and refe- ences Appl.cctioni will be received by the undersigned on or before 5-00 p m., August 10, 1973. Selection Commirtee, Assistant Superintendent County of Comrose, No 22 5402 48A Avenue Comrose, Alberto partially of vegetable proteins like wheat or soybeans. The regulations would also re- quire that the vegetable protein material contain about the same amount of certain essen- tial vitamins and minerals as the meat it is replacing. Am they set out the minimum vita rain and mineral content re- quirements. Also as expected, the federa department of consumer ark corporate affairs has devisee regulations that would require any synthetic meat products to be labelled as such. For completely synthetic beef patties, the label would have to read "Synthetic beef patties." If there is any picture of the patties on the package, the la? bel would have to note next to the picture "contains no meat." For meat products containing both meat and substitute pro- tein, the label will have to de- scribe the product by using the main constituents in descending order of proportion of protein source. For example, a soyaburger containing ground beef and tex- tured soya would have to be de- scribed as "meat and soya bur- ger" or "meat and soya pat- ties." It might be noted that the la- jelling regulations would allow manufacturers to use the gen- eral term "meat" or "poultry" instead of the specific meats. But the non-meat protein would have to be specified: wheat, soya, egg, milk. etc. The labels of the synthetic products would also have to carry the complete list of in- gredients, including the names of added vitamins and miner- als. But manufacturers would not be allowed to list the amounts, or advertise the amounts, of the added vitamins or minerals. In addition, the label would require a statement that the nu- trients such as vitamins and minerals have been added in amounts which are only nutri- tionally equivalent to those found in the products simulated. Taken as a package, the pro- posed new meat product regu- lations would give the awaited green flag to a host of cheaper non-meat products such as wieiiers made of less meat and more soya or even wieners and sausages containing no long as they contain as much protein in terms of quality and quantity as the aH- meat version. The proposed regulations, ex- pected to come into effect this fan, wffl have little effect on the arketing of such meat-soya mixtures as "Superburger" and soyaburger already being sold in many Ontario and Quebec su- permarkets. The labels on such burger products might change but the regulations won't change the lower-than-ham- burger price. In fact, the proposed regu- lations are almost as much di- rected at preserving the amount of meat in the so-called "all- meat" products as they are aimed at ensuring the new syn- thetics are nutritious as wen as economkaL Cooked sausage products, such as wieners and bologna. mtyiifumnd of 12 percent protein, with a min- imum protein rating of 30 under the proposed regulations, whether they arc all-meat or all-vegetable products. The same minimum applies to all-meat or synthetic potted meat products, meat paste, meat loaf, meat nD, meat lunch and hnvcbeon meat prod- There would be a minunum of 10 percent protein content and 25 pioteuk rating for fresh un- cooked sausage and sausage meat products, again whether aQ-meat or synthetic. Products resembling minced or ground beef, such as soya- burger. TWuld have to contain at least 20 jXtJvdii {jrutein. and have a minimum jiiuUtiu rating of 50. The government has re- quested comments on the pro- posed regulations be submitted within a month. FIND OLD CAMPSITE MOSCOW