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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, March 30, 1972 THE LETHBRIDOE HERAID Food label ogram p proposed The WASHINGTON I'.S. Kocci anci Drug Adi tioii proposed tothiy a vol inlary miU'itinn-liibslLing r o r a m would toll coiiMimers at a glance the amount of vitamins, minerals and protein in pack- aged food. If implemented cound'y-M'idc, FDA Charles Ed- said, it, "could provide one of (he most funtlnmenlzr changes in llic history of fcod- Iffhclling in Iliis country." The concept was endorsed by the White House conference on Food, Nutrition and Health which recommended: "Every manufacturer shcntd be encour- aged to provide- imtliful mitri lional information (o consumers about his product, to enable them to follow recommended clary regimen." Although urlikcly lo become mandatory for years, an FDA spokesman said many fooIy and services. Major defence department re- quirements were for alterations o existing aircraft and for new equipment Speakers from the defence de- partment said tlic CF-104 would converted from a nuclear strike role to a conventional at- ack role. That would mean adding 20-millimetre cannon, twin bomb ejector race car- riers and tube rocket launchers. Other additions might include radar homing and warning sys- tems, advanced gunsights and an Eir-io-air missile. Preliminary studies wero under way for replacing tho CF-104 by the end of the decade. 1 The defence department was also planning to alter six Buf- falo transport aircraft to search-and-rescue planes by Oc- tober, 1974. Safety modifications totalling million would be made to ai] Sea King helicopters and the de- partment was working on plans for a long-range patrol aircraft to replace the Argus. But Argus replacements had been held up because of budget restrictions. Subsystems purchases would Include modern altimeters for ill Canadian Forces planes and crash position indicators and light data records. The transport department said it is planning to buy four or live medium-sized jets by 1975. They would be used for Arctic operations from southern bases and for carrying VIPs. An official said the jets should be capable of flying non-stop from Ottawa to Vancouver. Tho transport department also was considering buying more twin- Bow Island man is first CLEAR WATER BEACH, Fla. (AP) The danger that breast cancer may run in families is greater.....in som? cases by nine has been generally supposed, a scientist said Wednesday. ft has been postulated that fe- male relatives of mothers, sis- ters or aunts who had breast cancer face a two to threefold higher risk of getting such can- cers than do unrelated women, said Dr. David E. Anderson of the M. Anderson Hospital and Tumor institute in Houston, Tex. But a new analysis of families finds the risk can lw far higher and even nine times greater foi some women, Anderson told an American Cancer Society semi- nar for science writers. The risk for relatives is about three times higher than average a woman had a breast cancer before menopause, Anderson said. Tlie risk for relatives is less than two times higher than av- erage if a woman developed breast cancer alter menopause. FAREWELL TO THE FARM After 52 on the form, Jack Lfoyd is leaving his 75 acres just north of Toronto, ond rhc warm friendly log cabin thar has been his home. What is it like wrierv a man has lo give up farming? How has forming changed over the years? Peter Martin explains in a 1 ho ugh I- provoking story, complete wifh color photos, IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE PRE-ANNiVERSARY Dependable USED CARS USED CAR SPECIALS Dependable USED CARS 2-8 8- B 1966 PONTIAC TARISIENNE 4 DR, H.I, V-8, oulo-, P.S. P.B., radio. SPECIAL 2-27-A 196B OLDS DELMONT 88 4 DR. H.T. V-8, P.S., P.B., Radio. P.A. SPECIAL KC113B I960 DODGE POURA 500 4 DOOR Blue, V8, P.S., radio, radio. P.A. SPECIAl KCUSIA 1970 MAZDA 2 While. P.A. SPECIAL 2-83-A 1970 FORD GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR H.T. V-8, aulo., P.B., Rndio. Si r.M. SPECIAl..... 2-56-A 1967 CHRYSLER 4 Door, Green, V-8 nulo., P.S., P.B., Radio. 1295 P.A. SPECIAL 2-62.A 19i7 CHRYSLER 4 D-ior, Red. V-8, euro., P.3., P.B., Radio. S' SPECIAl 1295 If a woman's cancer develops bolh breasts after meno- ause, the risk to relatives is 5.-1 mes higher. If this happens he- re mcnopatisc, then the risk is nc times higher. Over-all, women are generally msidered to have a five- to seven-pcr-cenl chance of devel- oping breast cancer during Ui-ir lifetime, he saitl, But for some women, he said, the chances could reach a 45- per-cent level if they arc related to women developing cancer in both breasts before menopause. MEDICINE HAT (CP) The first Aelion Canada party can- didate in Alberta was an- nounced Thursday. Earl Smith, a former Social Crediter and former alderman at Bow Island, announced at a news conference that he will run in Medicine Hat in the next federal election. The present Commons mem- ber for Medicine Hat is Agri- culture Minister H. A. OlJ Mr, Smith said he is not 'overthrowing the principles I Foreign- penetrate OTTAWA ut to a more modest degree. Total overseas imports into te U.S. last year amounted lo 5.1 per cent of total sales, and about half of them were Ger- man-made vehicles. On c third if them were Japanese. The figures were tabled in the Commons finance committee, o supplement its study of trade lepartment appropriations and he implications of the U.S. Canada automobile free trade ijorreement. They were filed for the com- mittee's records without com- ment at the end of a hearing on other matters, MPs said after :he meeting, however, that the 'igures showed that even with free trade between Canada and U.S. auto makers and dealers. cars Tabloid sold QUEBEC Unilfi- Qnebec party announced Wednesday it has sold the daily morning tabloid Montreal-Matin to a group of Montreal business- men headed by Eegent Desjar- dins. have stood for in the Social :redit party over the years." He added that lie is counting on support from Social Crcdit- ers. Dennis Anderson, Action Can- ada pro-tern provincial leader, said candidates of the parly will run in several Alberta constitu- encies. He said surveys nov, are being done in Calgary Cen tre, Calgary North and Calgar} South, and candidates probably will contest all those ridings. George Skelton, national dep uty leader, said the party prob ably will have between 45 am 75 candidates in the next fed oral election. Mclntosh IS COMING1 engine helicopters, as well as air cushion vehicles capable of 50-knot speeds, operation in six- !o eight-foot waves and 50-knot winds and carrying a payload of five tons. UUII.D CONTROL TOWERS T h e transport department would be building 28 new con- trol lowers and four mobile fou-- ers in Uic next five years. Em- phasis on automation in air traf- fic control and creation of simu- lation equipment for air traffic controller traimng would mean large equipment purchases. The environment department said it plans no aircraft pur- liases in the next five years nit sees a 50-per-cent increaso n the hours of aircraft chartering it does annually. The RCMP planned to buy seven aircraft in the next five years, all with short-takeoff- antl-laridmg capability, medium range and turbine power. An KCMP official said it was hoped all the new aircraft would he of Canadian manufacture. Ninety per cent of the force's fleet was L'anauian-made. craft of about pounds witli advanced STOL capability. There was also a great poten- tial in the use of small-turbine helicopters capable of carrying two persons and one stretcher. HOW TO AVOID INCOm-m 1ROWLES Last year, more than ono million Canadians vi'erpnid 1heir incomc-lnxes, and had to wait inrmy weeks for their refunds. This year, you cna save yourself and learn- ing the six most common er- rors to avoid on your 1971 tax returns. April Reader's Digest explains the facls and falla- cies about charitable dona- tions, medical expenses, tax credits on dividends tells you how to make proper claims for dependents and. other tax allowances. Head HOWTOAVOIDINCOMK- TAX TROUBLES ono of 35 articles and features in The RCMP saw a "terrific po-1 April Reader's Digest. Get tential" in its operations for i your copy today! light twin-turbine engine air- LCI University of Lethbridge Requires OFF-CAMPUS ACCOMODATION For the 1972 Summer Sessions Summer Session I May 8th June Summer Session I! 3rd July 25th Summer Session III July 26 Aug. 18 M you hove any type of cucomadcth'on available during these periods, please call the housing office at 329-2584 or 329-2585 between a.m. and p.m. Monday through Friday. Canada is more open to over- j seas competition than the market. Total Canadian-made auto sales last year numbered units, and imports num bered or 24.4 per cent Japanese sales numbered units, or 14.3 per ccnl, while German sales were 3J.309 4.6 per cent and British sales were or four per cent. In 19C7, total Canadian sales were and overseas im- ports or 10.9 per cent. Japanese vehicles represented only eight-tenihs of cne per cent, or that year. German sales were or 4.G per cent, and British sales were or per cent. In 1971 in U.S. markeis, over- seas imports numbered 1.40 mil- lion or 15.1 per cent of total U.S. sales, compared with overseas imports representing 9.4 per cent of the 19G7 market for U.S.-made cars. HECOGNIZES NATION GEORGETOWN (AP) Guy- ana has recognized Bangladesh, the third Commonwealth Carib- bean country to do so, after Ja- maica and Barbados. Brewed from _ the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spng water 2-1 I-A 1969 DODGE POLARA 500 2 DR. H.T. V-8, outo., P.S., P.B., Radio. P.A. SPECIAl !1895 J-95-A 1970 DODGE POLARA CUST. 2 DR. H.T. V-8, auto., P.B., Radio. P.A. SPECIAL S2795 KCU73 1970 PLYMOUTH fURY II 4 DOOR Green, V-8, aulo., P.S., P.B., Radio. P.A SPECIAL S2795 KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd AVE. and llth ST. S. IETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-9271 THE KINSMEN QUB of IETHBRIDGE IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE IETHBRIDGE MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION proudly presents SKATE-A-THOINI 1972 ADAMS ICE CENTRE April 8 a.m. (o p.m. RINK OPEN FOR SPECTATORS PRIZES--------------- Prires will be awarded lo Ihe teams flnrf individuals ikating the molt Fapi and raising Ihc most money 4-10 SPEED BIKES HOCKEY JACKETS FOR TWO TEAMS HOCKEY STICK FOX F.VERY SKATER Welcome to the best in beer 4 fa pi one unif. Each skater will average 75 i Proceeds to assist Minor Hockey in lethbrfdge for the furtherance of new ice facilities KINSMEN CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE Welcome to the quality of Heidelberg. Heidetberg is brewed from only the best ingredients the finest golden barley malt, the choicest high prime Hallertau hops from Bavaria, and pure spring water. Welcome to the taste of Heidelberg. So bright, so lively, so brimful o! flavour it brings more enjoyment to your drinking pleasure. Take your thirst (o Heidelberg today for a happy welcome that will never wear out because every glass is as crisp and satisfying as your first. Welcome to Heidelberg. When you're looking for the best. Welcome to Heidelberg ;