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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NOW IS THE TIME TO START THINKING ABOUT YOUR CHRISTMAS VACATION HAWAII. MEXICO, OR THE CARIBBEAN ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, June 17, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLOG. 740 4lh AVE, S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a sparft pair of glaties for holiday No immediate solution to short beef to rise By RIG SWIIIAHT Herald Staff Writer Canada's pro- duetion of beef m a y incresac sigmf ica n 11 y through 1975 but demand is expected to ex- ceed otput, ac- cording to the ted -States department o t agriculture. Put in a nutshell, Canada's beef producers will continue to produce cattle in an effi- cient manner for their oivn benefit but the growing de- mand for tile production could mean increased prices for the consumer. Prompted by close ties be- tween the and Canadian beef industry, tlw report sug- gested that a rapid expansion of the beef production will be hampered by a shortage of forage and pasture. The de- pletion of beef and dairy herds during the late 1960s will not have caught up with consumption by 1975 either. U.S. economists predict that while land, mostly in the west ,is available for expand- ing both grain and livestock production, short run pros- pects favor grain increases. For this reason, efforts to rebuild the depleted breed- ing herds will be a drain on resources in the near future. The reduction in the dairy herd means fewer cull cows (used for beef production than milk production) and fewer dairy breed steers for beef feeding programs. Looking with wide eycf, the U.S. foresees Increased ex- ports into Canada because of the lack of domestic produc- tion here. There will be no immediate solution to the short supply of beef animals which would be necessary in order to cut the price of meat. The domestic solution nec- essary is to increase the Ca- nadian cow population. This would mean an increased catt population that would be en- tering the feeding programs and then on to the slaughter houses. It takes 280 days from con- ception to calving lime. The rajncher usually keeps the animals from the spring to fall and then sells them to a feeder who keeps them until they weigh about pounds. This means almost two years have elapsed from conception to consumer. The only way to build up the cow population is to slaughter only the steers, leaving the heifers (or breed- ing purposes. Part of the reason for the lack of domestic cattle is the inefficient use of the avail- able pasture and rangeland. Canada is a one calf crop per year country which means the number of cattlo entering the slaughtering pro- cess is limited by the cow population. This problem is being tackled by research in range- land use and grains produc- tion. Improvements in animal science are being undertaken to produce more meat on each animal, a practice equivalent to producing more animals. In order for the industry to keep an order in the pricing structure, both for the pro- ducer and the consumer, it has to do the most efficient job raising calves, fatten- ing the steers and moving them into the slaughter posi- tion. With this process will come an orderly movement and a steadying influence on the market. This would tend to cut down on the short supply situations which cause the sudden in- creases in the consumer price. What actually happens is "dry spots" occur within the packing house industry due to the lack of cattle in Canada. An import situation develops in order to keep the packing houses running efficiently and this udds to the cost of the live animal. The producers may hold part of the key to the in- creased cattle population also. They tend to have a morbid fear of overproduc- tion, which in other industries causes an oversupply situa- tion. They feel this will help to stabilize meat prices at a healthy position. But in so do- ing, beef production will not be increased, prices will not be decreased and Canadians won't be able to eat more beef. The saving factor for the beef industry is the ready market for the product. Grain can be produced in abun- dance but the market Is set tliroughout the world and fanners can't always be as- sured of sales. For this reason, fanners tend to go to cattle feeding programs to use up the grain production. This will allow the total industry to gear up for the sbglit increase in beef, production to attempt to look after the growing consump- tion rates. For the good of the indus- try, from ranchers and farm- ers through to the consumer, production must be increased and processing styles mod- ernized to gain top efficiency. This is where the prices sav- ings will occur. Holiday Inn opens its doors The major problems sur- rounding the Holiday Inn de- velopment have been resolved and the hotel management will begin renting rooms and serv- ing food today. The develop ment went through numerous changes, de- lays and public hearings. A de- lay in the opening was avoid- ed as city council met in a special closed session Friday and opened the meeting long enough to grant Holiday Inn an occupancy permit. City and hotel officials were reluctant to discuss the reasons for council to call a special meeting confusion seemed to justify the hesitation. The occupancy permit was Joins ORRPC The Village of Coutts has be- come the 30th member of the Oldman River Regional Plan- ning Commission. Coutts is 60 miles south of Lethbridge on the Canada-Un- ited States border. ORRPC chairman Hugh O'Neill said the Peigan Re- serve has also applied for membership in the commis- sion. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER WATERS SI1O INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 MOVING? jranted on the "basis that all in- spections be completed by the city. Tosh Kanashiro, chief city juilding inspector, said the :iotel has been inspected and meets all the requirements. Parking at the Holiday Vil- lage has been a thorn since the Beginning of the development and still is. Mayor Andy Ander- Fon said alter the meeting Lhere is sufficient parking for Ihe hotel, but not enough to. ac- commodate patrons of all tho services provided in the Holi- day Village. Parking requirements were a major reason for the hotel to be cut from the original 12 storeys to the present nine. There is provision, however, for con- struction of additional storeys. Parking requirements were also the main reason for a pub- lic lane north ol the hotel to be closed, for houses on the adjoining residential street to be bought and removed and for the city to refuse a develop- ment permit to Glendale Rec- reations Ltd. to re establish a bowling alley in the complex. Some of the parking questions have yet to be resolved. How- ever, the hotel opens today and the first meal will be served in the dining room and coffee shop at p.m. Monday, the licensed dining and cocktail lounges open at 11 a.m. An official ribbon cutting ceremony has been scheduled for June 29 with provincial minister of Industry and com' merce, Fred Peacock, Agricul- ture Minister Hugh Homer and Mayor Anderson doing the honors. OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Anglo DistrDiutors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 NOW OPEN Government licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Televisions and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL! IN THIS COMPLETELY SELF-CONTAINED CAMPER PRICE ONLY Can be seen at 961 12 St. B South Phone 328-6752 or 327-1056 Driver of this sheared car.received minor injuries Finlay Man critical after spectacular crash Francis Ralph 'Spicer, 38, of !.ethbridge is in critical condi- tion in hospital today following a two-car collision at 13th St. and 7th Ave. S. at a.m. in which one car was sheared in half and scattered over a 50- !oot area. Mr. Spicer, 1216 6th Ave. N., was described as in critical, but 'KEYNOTES" by Matt Thys In America, there are ihree persons to every car, and they're always in front of il ol street crossings. You man to friend: "He doesn't plan for the future at He's gettfng married next month, and hasn't even found her a job One millionafre says there are so many foreign tors in his neighborhood, its been two years since anybody's been hit above the knees. Father, feeding toddler, 1o mother: "She wonls more op- plesaute. Shall I give her a second Littla league ii where 'he kid on the mound four bairc oitches: a fastball, a sfowball, a curve, and one that reaches the plate, Throw us the ball at MUSIGIAND SUPPLIES ITD. 13th St. anu 3rd Ave. S. lethbridge. Phone 327-1056 ''And we'll help your group select the perfect instruments" stable condition in hospital suf- fering multiple injuries. He was riding in the demolished car, driven by Christie Wilson, 20, of 519 McKillop Place. Miss Wilson and the driver of the other car, Richard Tetcrs, 19, of Claresholm were in sat- isfactory condition in hospital this morning suffering minor injuries. A fourth victim of the crash, Graham Scattergood, 26, of 2723 8th Ave. N., a passenger in the car driven by Tcters, did not require hospital treatment. Total damge was Details of how the collision occurred were still unclear to- day as police continued their investigation. Witnesses described the im- pact as sounding like a loud ex- Time Air not flying 011 Monday Time Airways will not he flying Monday to observe the strike by pilots protesting air piracy, Time vice president Richard Barton said today. The strike, from midnight Sunday to midnight Monday, affects all members of the Ca- nadian Airline Pilots Associa- yion, affiliated with the Inter- national Federation of Airline Pilots Associations. "We sympathize with tho problems the pilots face: hi- jacking and no proper world- wide agreement against air Mr. Barton said. plosion followed by the air full of dust and debris scattered in all directions. City police capture one City police reported the cap- ture of an "escaped militia man" in the city shortly after he made good lu's escape from an escape and evasion week- end exercise conducted b y the 20th Independent Field Bat- tery Friday evening. Captain Craig Robinson of the local battery escaped during a fracus between his "captors" and a fellow "prisoner" short- ly before 10 p.m. He was able to get a ride to the city, but his location was reported to the city police who promptly ar- rested and escorted him to the RCMP detacliment. Leland Harrison, 52, of 6 13th St. said he woke with start at the sound of impa and rushed half a block to t' scene to see Miss Wilson s ting behind the wheel of tl front half of the car, a ma sprawled near the passeng side and another man lying the boulevard. Mr. Harrison, a member St. John Ambulance Brigac said "when I first looked at the corner, all you could st was dust and two separate se of headlights pointing off in the dark in opposite dire< tions." A police car was at the sc almost immediately, folio' by an ambulance, he said CtlFF BLACK, Certified Dental BLACK DENTAL LAI Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDO. PHONE 327-2822 THRIFTY BUYERS CHECK WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY. AIR CONDITIONERS and FANS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419-Slh Street S. phone 328-6651 WINDOW COOLERS 0TU BTU BTU LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE CHARLTON and HILL LTD. AIR CONDITION CENTRE OF THE SOUTH 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 Baird charged with murder John David Baird, 25, of jethbridge, charged with non- apital murder, appeared in .ty court before Judge Uoyd tudson today and was remand- d without plea to Monday. City police arrested Mr, ;aird Friday and charged him ith tiie June 10 death of Jack tanley Soltys, 20. Mr. Soltys died following re- ease from hospital where he had undergone treatment for gunshot wounds resulting from, a fracas April 15 at Balrd's house, 325 20th St. N. Police charged other men with assault causing bodily harm to Baird as a result of the same incident. A charge of attempted mur- der against Mr. Baird was dis- missed after a preliminary hearing June fl. Two days later Mr. Soltys died. C of C to support Time Air appeal The Lethbridge Chamber of 'ommerce will express its sup- port of Time Airways' appeal against the Canadian Trans- )ort Commission's rejection of Time's application to serve Grande Prairie. The commission has given permission to Thunderbird Air- ways of Prince George, B.C. to serve Grande Prairie. A chamber source said the iupport .for Time's appeal will be expressed at a chamber meeting June 21. Richard Barton, Time's vice- president, welcomed the cham- ber's move. He said the appeal was acknowledged by the minister of transport two weeks ago. The procedure in an appeal is AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration ltd. For Ihe best buy fn ATr Conditioning Phone 327-5816 PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6lh St. S. and 1514A 9lh Ave. S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour servkft tailoring -Hal blocking SUEDE and LEATHER PROCESSING pleul drapery processing to give all parties which Inter- vened on Time's application two weeks from the date of the acknowledgment to offer their comments. Time, which will receive copies of their comments, will be given another week to offer additional comments. After that, the decision is in the hands of Ottawa, Mr. Barton said. "So far, I haven't heard any- thing (from the parties which he said. In addition to Thunderbird, CP Air and Pacific Western Airlines filed interventions against Time's application. ENJOY THE SUMMER! ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREENS For every home! Sizes: S.45 ____ 2.19 1.95 1.59 1.79 Call Hardware '327-5767 DOWNTOWN Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Mein Sweet and Sour Sporeribs Deep fried Shrimps, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken Fried Rica All FOR ONLY......... Delivered lo Your Home Piping Hotl 3.95 Open Weekdays 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Acrasi From CPR Depot A BEAUTIFUL PORTRAIT TODAY A PRICELESS POSSESSION TOMORROW