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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 42-THK L6THBRIDQE HERALD Wednesday. November 14.1973 University extension courses criticized REGINA Universi- ty extension courses for adults constitute damned ridiculous program for the majority of working How's Your Hearitf P.Q.-Free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not under- stand words has been an- nouced by Beltone. A non- operating model of the small- est Belton aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this ad- vertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obliga- tion of any kind. It's weighs less than a third of an and it's all at ear in one unit. No wires lead from body to head. These models are so we suggest you write for yours now. we there is no and certain- ly no obligation Thousands have already been so write today to Beltone Hearing Aid Centre 212 Lougheed 604 1st Street S.W Aiberta T2P 1M7 says Jim Prairie region education director for the Canadian Labor Congress. Such courses are too aca- demically oriented and bear little relationship to the real he said in an interview. That is why the CLC is try- ing to provide more down-to- earth courses that can be of direct benefit to workers. Mr Brechin said persons with only a Grade 3 or 4 educa- tion have successfully com- pleted CLC which range from general examina- tion of trends in collective bargaining to the duties and responsibilities of shop stewards. He said one man who went through CLC only a Grade 5 surprised a university professor who thought he had been talking to a college graduate. last three years have shown a remarkable increase in attendance of the said Mr. Brechin I'm really happy about is the amount of young people who are coming out Last people in the Prairies region took courses offered by the CLC. Over the last five the average age of students has dropped to 32 from 40 The big cattle gamble Story of the super-cow New relations Polish Foreign Minister Stefan exchanges gifts with Pope Paul VI as others look on during a special private audience at the Vatican. It was the first meeting ever between the pontiff and an official of Warsaw's Communist government. Poland has expressed interest towards establishing relations with the Holy See. LV'V Ik. VANCOUVER Profits now with the Brown Swiss Cow. That's the cry of two cattle breeders from the Vancouver who claim that the Brown Swiss when bred with two other varieties of produces slaughter cat- tle that grow faster and produce leaner meat than conventional breeds. Del Anderson and Jim Gar- diner are both gambling that the idea of breeding the Brown Swiss will work and that they can interest British Columbia cattle who thus far haven't shown any great desire to take part in the experiment. The two said that while poultry and dairy industries have been perfecting cross- breeding techniques to im- prove cattle pro- ducers have traditionally stuck with the breeds known as the British Shorthorn and Angus They say breeding in the Brown Swiss lines in what is known as a three-way cross could improve productivity for many farmers It starts with a purebred Brown Swiss bull being mated to one of the British Three. The result is called an F-l heifer. The F-l is then bred with one of the so-called ex- Maine-Anjou and the like. This offspring is a sort of Mr. Anderson and Mr. Gardiner said. It's called a terminal off- because it's destined for the slaughter- house and not for and it has good character- istics for beef producers. It gains weight fast be- cause it weighs 600 pounds at the seventh-month weaning 50 per cent more than terminal offspring can go direct to the feed bypassing the six- month growth period on ranges usual for other breeds. Once on the feed the ter- minal offspring gains weight faster than other animals and also converts feed more readi- ly to lean meat. Thus operators can take them past the usual stage at which most cattle are slaughtered without fear of uhdesireable fat being gained. Dr. R. T an animal geneticist at University of Al- who studied the three- way cross for four con- firmed that these are the ad- vantages of the Brown Swiss breed. But he said that the same advantage can be gained by substituting other dairy cattle such as Simmental or for the Brown Swiss. Mr. Anderson plans to run an experimental program on his Ladner running breeding herds on his prop- erty. only way I'll be able to convince ranchers it will work is to show them the whole set- up and the Mr. Anderson said In where Brown Swiss breeding has been go- ing on for five the pic- ture is far from settled. Allan president of the Canadian Brown Swiss Asso- who ranches near Fort Alta said he is selling his purebred bulls for this about more than last year. the producers of F-l heifers are keeping them be- cause they've become so valu- Mr. Orr estimat- ing that there are between 000 and in Alberta. RANCHERS WARY Cattlemen aren't rushing to break down corral gates to.get into this new but many said it's because they've been burned before by extravagant claims from promoters. Jersey Dots yd. Jersey Dots fall into your favorite style with white dots on brown or wmeberry backgrounds. 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