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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta District The Lethbridge Herald Local news SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta. Thursday, March 21, 1974 Pages 15-28 r may ban DES-fed U.S. cattle 'FRIENDS' STEAL Protests in vain Two youths pleaded guilty in provincial court Wednesday to breaking into the home of a friend's grandparents and stealing Stanley Michael Saliken, 18th St. N., and Kim Fioyd Henry Paavola, 18 of Hardieville, were remanded to April 4 for sentencing. They were released on their own recognizance. Provincial Judge A. H. Elford was told that the two youths, along with a juvenile girt entered the home of the girl's grandparents March 14, jimmied a drawer and took About of the cash was recovered. The girl involved will be charged and dealt with in juvenile court. Halfway house approved by MFC By AL SCARTH Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON The Alberta Government is threatening to take independent action to ban beef from the province that contains the feed supplement "DBS." "I want to get a message across to the eastern processing industry that if they bring in American cattle to process into TV dinners with DES, we may be sending them Hugh Homer, Minister of agriculture, said outside the legislature. In the legislature, Dr. Horner told Fred Mandeville (SC Bow Island) he is discussing with Health and Social Development Minister Neil Crawford whether the province should ban DES-fed beef after May 1. He said the province may require a certificate stating the meat is DES-free before allowing it for sale. Outside the legislature he said the government might also do some spot-checking of beef He said there are insufficient federal mechanisms to prevent such meat entering the country even though Canadian producers are banned from using the hormonal growth stimulant It has been estimated that American beef fed DES could start appearing on the Canadian market by May. The use ot the substance was banned at one time in the United States, as it is now in more than 20 countries But the ban was successfully appealed and cattle fed the stimulant are now nearing matunty It has been linked to increased incidences of cancer