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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD -43 Feedlot ordered to control odors party Ex-boxer knew tuna raiser YOUR MONEY EARNS UP TO ON GUARANTEED INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES Trust Member of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation V FRANKLIN MARTIN 1214 3rd S., Phone 327-0936 or 327-8855 CALGARY (CP) The Alberta government has ordered P. Burns Ranches to control odors from its southeast Calgary feedlot un- der provisions for emission control standards set out in the Alberta Clean Air Act. The order requires the com- pany to submit a plan for reducing smells from the site for environment "department approval by Oct. 21. The City of Calgary com- plained on behalf of residents about feedlot odors this spring. In issuing the order this week, the department said the company has made "no progress" toward control. Company president R. J. Burns said the firm and the agriculture department met last week "to investigate what can be practically done to eliminate odors." He said the company has not yet considered the environ- ment department's offer of aid worth up to for relocation of feedlots to less populated areas. Environment Minister Bill Yurko told the legislature this spring that the cash help for moving is available to all such feedlots. He said operators should consider the offer as cost of relocation can sometimes be cheaper than meeting emission controls standards for populated areas. appointed injured Mountie OTTAWA