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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 30, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 37 Grief-stricken mother A middle-aged woman, left, is restrained by friends outside the Victoria Law Courts in Birmingham, England, as 14 Irishmen who were remanded in custody for a week on bomb and murder charges were driven away She shouted, "You killed my son A.I. EDUCATION When Life Depends on Your Technique Attend an A.I. School in Your Area. Universal Semen and Y-TEX Corporation are offering a Direct Herd A I EDUCATION When life depends on your technique, attend an A I School in your area Universal Semen Service Ltd and Y-TEX Corporation are offering a direct Herd A I Management School, December 9, Cardston These schools are designed for cattlemen interested in learning how to manage and breed a cow herd for maximum production using artificial insemination Emphasis is placed on overall herd management as it relates to reproduction in an A I project .The training methods include lecture-discussions, slides, movies and models to facilitate learning in an informal classroom situation The schools are taught by Y-TEX A I education teams and distributor personnel The tuition fee for each student is S150 00 which will include a complete direct herd A I kit equipped with supplies to breed 100 cows If you are interested in attending this school contact Universal Semen Service Ltd. Ted Wilson Box 454 Cardston, Alta. 653-2234 Box 910 Cardston, Alberta Candy story just hoax MONTREAL (CP) A news release on which The Canadian Press based a story linking decreased physical ability with candy consump- tion was a hoax A three-page purported news release was received by CP's Montreal news bureau, accompanied by a letter on University of Montreal stationery, outlining the alleg- ed study The document said members of the University's meaical and physical educa- tion faculties had co-operated in the research Heads of both departments said yesterday they had never heard of the report or any such project in progress A spokesman at the univer- sity information office ex plained that the format of the release was sigiificantly different from the one used for at least two years The covering letter accom- panying the release was typed on common stationery bear- ing the Unitersity's letterhead, which was available to almost anyone The information office issues releases on its own special paper The office has been bomb- arded with calls since the in- formation began appearing in newspapers Wednesday The spokesman said two chocolate bar manufacturers had telephoned the informa- tion office anxious to see the report as it contradicted all their findings With government and doc- tors just looking for an open- ing like this it could get out of hand one industry represen- tative said yesterday Land use... Do you care? Shortages of recreational land urban expansion foreign ownership of land maintaining the family 'X farm Effective land use means careful consideration of these and other land related topics. Your view is needed! Under Alberta Government auspices, a Land Use Forum has been established to provide for study and recommendation on the basis of citizen involvement. Through upcoming public hearings, every interested Albertan should be heard and all verbal, or written submissions will be considered Prepare now to make individual or group presentations at hearings in your area Medicine Hat Lethfaridge Wainwrtght St Paul Peace River High Level High Prairie Grande Fort McMurray Athabasca Calgary Tuesday January 28 Thursday, January 30 Tuesday, February 4 Thursday, February 6 Tuesday, February 11 Thursday, February 13 Tuesday, February 18 Thursday, February 20 Tuesday, February 25 Thursday February 27 Tuesday. March 4 Wednesday, March 5 Thursday, March 6 Tuesday, March 11 Wednesday, March 12 Thursday, March 13 Tuesday. March 18 Write for summary reports on subject or subjects on which you wish to excress view land Urban Resident a I land Development Cot nty Resident a I Su-vey County Subdivision jn Alberta fiturc land Needs lor Ag-i land Ownership PuraJ l-and Vertical Integration Agriculture land Policy Population Growth land Ownership Wights Use o< our and lands 1G8 LAND USE FORUM American politicians jockeying By BRUCE LEVET'I WASHINGTON (CP) A Republican president and a Demo- cratic sights set on the 1976 United States presidential manoeuvring on Capitol Hill to make certain each is saddled with a fair share of the unpopular decisions of the next two years One of the first indications of this came when powerful con- gressional Mike Mansfield, the Senate Democratic Leader from advocating a return to wage and price controls to help curb inflation Their main thrust was that such controls should be instituted by the White House Critics of such George Meany, fiery pa- triarch of the AFL-CIO labor back, saying that if Mansfield and his allies were sincere, they would attempt to push the measure through Congress on their own Take offensive Since then, President Ford has taken the offensive in trying to shift the burden of unpopular decisions In a highly unusual move, the Republicans president virtually invited Congress to over-rule him when he announced he would veto legislation designed to. increase veterans' benefits "I don't have any illusions about what's going to happen to the he told a joint meeting of Republican and Democratic congressional leaders On one hand, he is seen as fighting inflation by shooting down costly proposals, even those bound to be popular among a wide portion of the electorate On the other, he is forcing Congress to take the responsibility for what he calls inflationary spending would help Some presidential advisers feel Ford will be better off po htically by forcing Congress to over-ride his veto, rather than leaving the White House with the responsibility for killing the popular benefits increase The money saved if the veto is upheld is nearly billion and covers a package of veterans' aid, health programs and income security for the poor The administration's theme of an economy-minded president battling a wild-spending, Democratically-dominated Congress likely would be enhanced by congressional refusal to trim the programs If Congress acts as Ford expects it to the Republicans ttien can say it is the Democrats who are resgonsile for continuing inflation Could be costly However, Ford's move to shift the burden of responsibility to the Democrats may not be totally without cost Many Republican congressmen, regardless of how they view the merits of the legislation and who normally would prefer to present a united front with their president, are being placed in the position of having to go along with the Democratic majority and thus share in whatever criticism is forthcoming The Republicans in the House of Representatives and Senate know they haven't the votes to uphold the veto And to vote for n in a losing cause would serve only to stigmatize them for op- before in public health, wel- fare and veterans benefits Free meals cut off OTTAWA (CP) Besides helping to keep the peace in Cyprus it would appear that the Canadian contingent to the United Nations force also won some points as dinner hosts Between Nov 25, 1972 and Mav 25 1973, says the auditor general s report, the 600 man Canadian contingent overspent its rations budget by about The defence department was asked to investigate and an interim report said other UN contingents, in some numbers, have been eating at Canadian messes when the op- portunity presented itself because our meals are superior to theirs The department immediate- ly stopped issuing free meals to non Canadian troops You go- or we pay the tow! 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