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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i2 - THS UTHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, Moreli 23, 1773 Prestige, good-will at stake Canada told to extend Vietnam stay By VICTOR MACKII3 Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA - Canada's prestige and international good-will is at stake and consequently this country should extend its stay in Vietnam for 30 or 60 more clays, Donald Cameron, Independent Liberal from Banff, Alberta said in an interview Wednesday. ' "Canada will gain much more by staying on in Vietnam at this crucial time as a member of the International Commission for the Control and Supervision of the ceasefire, than by pulling out immediately," he said. He would like to see the Canadian government decide to leave the Canadian force in Rapeseed industry advised to tackle *own problems' VANCOUVER (CP) -The president of the Canadian Rapeseed Association says his industry and its producers have to overcome "problems of our own making" resulting from inadequate planning and a lack of marketing policies. .J. J. Banfield of Lethbridge - Vietnam on a laci-tincnng tour told 300 delegates attending the. we are a sizable industry in �f ^at country to determine if association's sixth annual meet- stature and that our products da. *PouW .*� �ut of V?e aoov^javiuiJ o ojauj oiiuuni uivvv oiatuic auu iuai�au (jvco w tion is will it be replaced by the CFAC-TV Calgary for its series Americans. .That too was an un-"Policc Code." The programs answered question. " ' -�- 1 -  Another question that went unanswered involved the pro-The TV Charlie Award goes posed general election that will to CFRN-TV Edmonton for its be held under the terms of the ---------- ' " *" Paris Peace conference, in South Vietnam. U.S. com crop watched for evidence of poisons WASHINGTON (AP) - The 1972 United States corn crop is being watched closely here and in the Soviet Union for evidence of two naturally occurring poisons, government officials disclosed today. One of the fungus poisons, called T-2 toxin, was responsible for the death of hundreds of Russiaas forced to scavenge mouldy corn from fields during the Nazi occupation in the Second World War. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and agriculture department have assigned agents to monitor the most recent corn crop for T-2 or another mycotoxin, zeara-lenane. The Soviet Union purchased about 275 million bushels of the nearly six billion bushels of U.S. com produced last year. "They arc aware of the problem and are exercising surveillance," said Virgil O. Wodicka, director of FDA's bureau of foods. "So far there has been no indication that the problem has escaped control anywhere," he said. FDA toxicologists said the two poisons develop naturally under conditions such as last fall when wet weather delayed the harvest and a fuel shortage hampered artificial drying of grain. The T-2 toxin causes an illness closely resembling leukemia, when bone marrow does not produce more red blood cells. Zearalenane may interfere with the reproduction of swine fed contaminated corn. In Ottawa, a federal agricultural spokesman said the danger of the poisons occurring in Canada "is not a practical problem" mainly because "it's so blessed cold in Canada." Canada can store grain better than any other country in the world, the spokesman said. Major corn-growing areas of the U.S. arc sufficiently warmer to increase the possibility of the fungi developing. Especially wet weather In Canada last fall was "nothing compared to the fall of 1968," he said, when the whole gram crop was damp when harvested. Neither of the fungus poisons was detected at that time, he said. SPRING SAVINGS PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge March 23 and 24, 1973 TOWN HOUSE CONDENSED TOMATO OR VEGETABLE - 10 fi. ox SPECIAL CRACK BUSY BAKER SALTED OR UNSALTED SPECIAL EDWARDS REGULAR, FINE OR ELEC. PERC. GRIND. VAC PAK SPECIAL FRIES FLOUR VALLEY FARM Straight Cut Potatoes 9 oz. net wt. pkg. HARVEST BLOSSOM, ALL PURPOSE Paper bag ......., TASTE TELLS CHOICE Crushed, sliced or tidbits .. 14 f I. oz. tins PACIFIC EVAPORATED 16 oz. net wt. tins .... EAN OIL CRISCO............128 fl. oz. bfto 101 20.1 5.1 4.89 .00 DETEItCEHT cxydol............5 �>. net b0X 1 LIGHT BULBS SEE... 2-99 111*    CHICKEN ROAST � STEAK BONELESS CHUCK CANADA GRADE A BEEF 95 c PINECREST FROZEN, CUT UP TRAY PACK .... lb. 0 CHUCK ROASTS: -79: # GRAPEFRUIT=rz 10�99' NETTED GEMS ALBERTA WASHED CANADA NO. 2......cello bag 20 1 .09 We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;