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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 IHHORIDGE WEKAlb Wirdiioiiloy. NovomW IS, 197B urn Oil and laxtil'unt (lair Blurts iiiui all I ho tough itivir'-. lUit I doubt if she ciitt i miy more welfare pro- AS, such its compulsory v men suiicption of meat, but leave the SPENDING JUSTIFIED A spokosmaij for Uie dauy in- dusti'y said government spend- ing on the development of new products would be justified. records _yter Ueprng record flwy Canadian traniiuilUzers. day Both studios are U> form the CiMA to the royal commission on non-medical itse of dntjis. A check sheet for the national number o! prescrip- Hens of all kinds -.Whether the doctor is In ra! pracf ice or what liis specialty is, -Whether the doctor believes a-; affability of aanpheUimines be restricted. .Suilxm charged lor speeding for talks on Ihe East n-Uh Presidciu ui firs! of wi to on Oni. Bac- car driver George Eaton of. T'-mnto, cliarged speeding on Highway 400 near here, was r.-manded in traffic court r.ay to next March 9. Provincial otiargetl Eaton with doing miles an hour h s 60-mUes- n hour 70Je last 29 F. H. ol EdnwnioKt of the A3- i berta Milk Producers Associa- j tion, said milk producers Jicwl i not for the I cfaiiy subsidy pro- j or for requesting that the be made a punuunciit I puller, j lie said it is government j icy that dairy'products be made i sonuhle piiccs and if .subsidies are to nciiieve (his, then both pi'oduccrs and con- sumers beneiii. Mr. M c C a H .1 called for changes In regulations to allow addition of lo dairy products, VSED ELSEWKftTtK Preservatives arc ijs! many other food products wiUi- out lyanti to he said. If allowed ia soine dairy protl- xicts there could be longer shell' life, retention of original quality and elimination of prejudice generated when, for example, a consumer buys a cailou of spoiled cottage cheese. Philippe Fariseault of Granby, Que., general manager of Hie Granby agrieultiu'al eo- I operative, told the 300 delegates j he is concemexl about the reduc- j tion in milk production with I many dairy producers going out (of business. 1 He said he is concerned that i the average age of dairy fann- ers is 50 and there is Uttle inter- est in ihe industry among the younger generation. Baity producers are being forced out of business by stricter quality standards and GEORGE BOSS c 'Leave Us urged for resale clunkers CALGAHY coun- cil has agreed the provincial government should urged to reopen motor vehicle testing centres to check all vehicles in- tended for resale. Council was told numerous have appeared on city streets and all used ve- hicles should have safety stick- ers being sold. The province introduced compulsory vehicle testing about two years ago, but, switched to a voluntary scheme Refused political asylum iVilW UEDPOHD, Ma.ss. (AP) Three fishing Industry men said Tuesday that officers of the United SUitts Cosst Guard cut- ter Vigilant refused lo grant po- litical asylum to a radio opera- tor from a Soviet fishing him. bat after negotiations Dial continued (o nearly midnight, ho relumed to the Soviets. The radio operator, hi his 30s, not identified. The incident occurred as the Vigilant and the Soviet ship, identified only as n mother ship to ft fishing fleet, off the MassacluiseHs const. up alongside each other off The three said the eiw mem- Martha's Vineyard Island for a her, a L i t h u a n i a n, jninped aboard the Vigilant ahout p.m. Monday and appealed wr asy- the possible introduction of pn> with moblls centres last May. duction controls and market Calgary's mobile testing unit quotas, be said. i is not used hi winter. sale nears completion TOKONTO (CF) .The sale of Ryerson Press by the United Church ot Canada to an Ameri- can-tinned publishing firm is as piamit'd and wiH likely be completed Dec, 1, a church official said here. Rev. Frank Brisbin, bead of the United Church's communi- cations division, said the church would have reconsidered the sale only if the provincial gov- ernment had compensated it and the prospective buyers, McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada Ltd., for any Josses suffered and if the government had agreed to carry Ryeraon Press's losses until a Canadian buyer was found. Stanley Randall, minister of trade and development, said here "the govern ment has done all it can do to the circuiu- stances" to keep Byersoa Cana- dian-owned. conference on fishing rights in the North Atlantic. 'Hie coast guard declined comment on Ihe report ami re- ferred nil calls to the state de- partment in Washington. hi WasliingUm, state depart- ment officials said pnvately they consider the incident, to be "unfortunate." HEMOVED BY FOitfE A spokesman said the Lith- uanian crew member, not other- wise identified, went aboard the Vigilant as the crews of the two ships were exchanging visits. Once aboard the coast guard cut- ter, the man declared his desire to stay. The spokesman said the man's comrades first tried lo (wxiiade him to rvtimi to mother ship but finally, when refused, he was transferred back by force, The spokesman said he did not. know whether any attempt was made on the cutter lo vent the man's forcible return. The three industry represent- atives are Howard W. Nicker- son. cxmifive director of i Seafood Dealers Association; Hobcrt M. Bricze, president ot the Seafood Prodiiels Associa- tion, and John 'Burt, port dele- gate tor the New Bedford Fish- ermen's Union. Burt asserted the TJthuanlas sailor was bound and beaten by the Soviets, "A said Burt. "M someone defect.? to American property why should to have to be given Manitoba Tory MLA resigns Student priests know foe VATICAN CITY Renter 1 Student ftoinau Catholic priests c should instructed in teachings of Karl Marx, Mao Tse-tung and Fidel Castro to help them fight growing athe- ism in the world, the Vatican said here. A document pub- lished by the Vatican's secretar- iat non-believers says training of candidates for the priesthood must include i WIIWIPEG {CP) St. Vicai mayor J. A. Hardy said tee he will resign his seat in the MaiuV toba .Legislature and his posi" lion as mayor of Hie greater Winnipeg city. Mr. Hardy said he is moving to British Columbia where he will enter civic administration. Premier Boharts met United formation about Marxism which Church and McGraw-Hill offi- is as wide-ranging and precise eials two ireeks ago to discuss Use proposed sale. POLITICS PRESS IN TORONTO fCP) ing the neutrality of the Internap tional Red Cross Society is be- coming increasingry difficult pause of complex political lions, the central council of ths Canadian Bed Cross Society was told here. But, said public relations director Mar- guerite Wilson, .if the society cannot remain politically neu- tral it may as well cease to exist. Port This Christmas Only Si Monthly Whei men be pleased with this massive, masculine; centforfable reelinec? It features 3-posifion tef opereted mechanism that wlf let him reclins in Ws favoc- tte posifior! c s gaiiiy. Pillow contoured iieadresl, Upholster- 'in S.2 ytnyi in Gold. Save Tynan Colonial Rediner Reg. SI99.98 Contemporary Tub Choir Packed With Comfort Features Kefi. 139 .99 Save Our Bos! Health Chair Viriyl UphoiMorod fictlln- 99.99 103.98 -M69.98 ,09 :S at Centre Village Call 328-9231 ;