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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD Wednesday, October 31, 1973 TB seals target A total of third highest quota in the province ib this year s target for the Tuberculosis Association's Christmas seal campaign The seals will be sent to 25.- 000 selected householders throughout Southern Alberta, starting Wednesday Malcolm Jeffries director ot the Lethbndge Association tor the Mentally Retarded, has been named campaign chairman Quota for the en- tue province has been set at S351000 Donations for the seals will go to research and treatment of respiratory diseases Executive elected for alumni Lethbndge principal, Jack Fulwiler of General Stewart elementary has been elected to a two-vear term as president of the University of Lethbndge Alumni Association Other members of the ex- ecutive chosen at the group s annual meeting are Floyd Thompson of this city first vice-president John Brocklesbv of Vauxhall se- cond vice-president secretary Mrs Valerie Low of Barons and I) of L controller Harold Cooper elected treasurer Alumni directors for 1973-74 are Grant Fletcher Mrs Catherine Khan Catherine Cuthbert of this city and Glen Giduk of Medicine Hat Serving two year terms are Mr Giduk Mrs Khan Mr in addition to Mr Fulwiler Other members of the executive will serve for one vear Alumni members of the U of L senate are Michael Slavich and J H Campbell Mr Slavich will serve as representative for three years while Mr Campbell ap- pointed last year has two veart, remaining in his term The group also ratified ap- pointment of Greg Hales and Stan Savucki as alumni representatives on the U of L board of governors for three Super Speciall RONSON 7 SPEED-SOLID STATE PUSH BUTTON BLENDER Crushes trayloads of ice with out attachments Exclusive wide-base design with largest blades for fast blending Takes whole fruits and vege- tables without pre-slicmg Powerful H P motor 48 01 Carafe Designed for table serving Detaches for easy cleaning Regular 64.95 Super Special 59 95 Call 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Convenient blaze Lethbndge firemen have been busy recently burn- ing down houses on 5th Avenue S Destined for de- struction anyway, the old buildings give an opportunity for valuable training The houses in the area which are not burned or moved by the end of this week well be bulldozed City air pollution count good Lethbridge has a "really good" air pollution record compared to larger centres in the province, says the provin- cial department of the en- vironment A department technician said Tuesday the city's only problem might come from dust picked up by high west winds In a telephone interview from Calgary, the technician said five air monitors placed about the city in June showed a dust fall of 10 79 tons per square mile per 30 days Calgary s reading in 1972 was 18 3 tons per square mile The monitoring stations also recorded a hydrogen sulphide ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz lldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 level of zero in Lethbndge, compared with a level of 0 027 in Calgary in 1972 Total sulphur compounds were at 0 009 in Lethbridge and 0 145 in Calgary, said the official The monitoring units are locked, vented metal boxes containing chemicals which react to hydrogen sulphide and sulphate compounds Three other monitors will be set up as the city expands A sixth unit, at St Michael's Hospital sucks in 40 cubic feet of air per second for a 24- hour period once a week The official said its readings U of L lecture series set on region planning, ecology the coming Party Season] Exclusive Combination Silver and Gold Kid Party Slings by "Empress" This exquisite sandal can be worn with either gold or silver evening gownsj and accessories AAA AA and B widths Tropical ecology, regional planning and airport ecology are the subjects of two lec- tures to be delivered Friday by the winner of the Royal Canadian Geographical Socie- ty Massey Medal at the University of Lethbridge Dr Pierre Dansereau, professor of ecology at the University of Quebec, Montreal will talk on the first topic from 3pm to 4 p m in room C 753 of the Academic Residence building and at 8 p m on the second topic in room 233 of the Physical Education Fine Arts building Airport ecology will deal with a study made of the Ste Scholastique environment for the new Montreal airport The study headed by Dr Dansereau involved 35 scien- tists Dr Dansereau is an author and has been a lecturer on the CBC radio network In 1972, he delivered the Massey series of lectures on the CBC which then appeared in book form under the title Inscape and Landscape He is also co-author and editor of Challenge for Survival Land, Air, and Water for Man in Megalopolis, and has con- ducted ecological and botanical research in such places as the Gaspe Penin- sula, the Canadian Arctic, Brazil, New Zealand, Pureto Rico and the Azores averaged 45 micrograms ot dust per cubic metre of air, where Calgary s level would probably be 150 ADA jobs still open The Alberta Department of Agriculture has come up empty-handed in its search for four provincial swine specialists The new positions within the department will be created at Lethbndge, Red Deer Ed- monton and Vermillion if the right workers can be found Gordon Ross, acting regional director for the department in Southern Alber- ta said the positions were advertised and applications were received but none of the applicants filled the bill for the job DENTURE CLINIC E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Lath.) PENTAL LAB. 204 Medical Dental Bldg Phone 327-6565 Canadian cattlemen need export market By KIC SW1HART Herald SUM Writer Canada must break into ex- port cattle markets on a per- manent basis to ensure economic viability in the national livestock industry, according to the Canadian Cattlemen's Association. Chris Mills, secretary- manager of the association representing all sectors of cattle production from farm to slaughter, told The Herald in a telephone interview this can only be accomplished through an expanded beef cow herd in Canada But expansion of cattle numbers in Canada isn't the present trend, he said Ex- tremely high prices for grams, an unstable economic condition in the cattle in- dustry and intense political interference are the main fac- tors Mr Mills feels are hindering livestock expansion in Canada He said the introduction of the new federal feed grains policy has been only a minor factor in the rise of prices for animal feed He points rather at a bouyant world market for grains, especially feed grams The cattleman in Canada now faces a major decison, whether to sell his feed gram for cash at record prices reaching 40 per bushel, or keep my grain, buy feeder cat- tle and risk possible heavy financial losses Mr Mills said the decision to get out of cattle production is already being made, es- pecially in Saskatchewan where producers went heavily into cattle production to get rid of surplus of grain a few years ago when export gram sales were slow "We see in Western Canada a lot of farmers who are not feeding cattle any he said "They have decided to sell their grain instead This move will be reflected in fewer cattle numbers and fewer feeder cattle in a couple of years, he said Then the consumer will face the same problem of shortages of beef resulting in higher retail prices The unstable condition in the Canadian cattle industry has been caused by several factors mainly the dramatic rise in feed costs and the move by U S President Richard Nixon to freeze the price of rattle sold in the U S The price ceiling in the U S resulted in many cattle being held off the market waiting for higher prices When the ceiling was lifted, the tremen- dous numbers of slaughter cattle ready for market drove the prices down The Americans began shipp- ing their slaughter cattle to Canada where prices were higher, mainly to avert as much of the loss as possible Mr Mills said every animal being sold in the U S now for slaughter is losing money for the producer The US cattle held back because of the price freeze are now just hitting the market, he said "There are tremendous numbers of cattle coming into Canada when we don't need he said In an effort to protect the Canadian cattleman, the association has asked the BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Instillations Open Thurs and Fn Evenings 321-0372 2716 12th Ave. S. SI! OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OP LADIES HI STYLE SNOW BOOTS in 9 M and 16" heights New styles by 'Bootlegger. 'Kaufman in leather, Suede or Crinkle Patent So popular again for Fall "COSMO" Joyce This stylish sling is avail- able m Red or Black Crinkle patent and 3 tone Brown suede "COASTER" by Joyce This comfortable Joyce Cas- ual comei In Brunette Crinkle patent m sizes 6 to 11, AAAA AA, and B widths SeethenewMen'i nicfiaTQSOn Slack Oxford Curler with White Stripe Open end Frl. until p.m. CAMM'S 403-Sth Streets. INSTALLATION FURNACES 1709 2nd S. 328-5973 ATTENTION! Business, Professional end Institutional otllcss and Individuals... IF YOU WERE MISSED In the Canvas for the General Stewart Branch No. 4 Royal Canadian Laglon POPPY CAMPAIGN and would a wreath Please call 327-6644 Remember Think Participate DUNLOP FORD'S Exhibition Pavilion November 6th to 10th I Mtormitiwi W 7 Strwt Stwtti Sexuality Program Group beginning Thurtdiy, Nov. 1st-7p.m. for persons age 15-18 This group will meet Thursday evenings for 6 weeks, at the centre. We will discuss topics of Interest to you, Including communication, birth control, VD, family life. This week's meeting will be to decide on topics and discuss communication. Come and bring a friend For Further Information phone 32841ft federal government to impose an additional three-cent-per- pound tariff on animals brought in from the U S There now is a cent-per- pound tariff but Canadian packing houses are still able to bring in U S cattle cheaper than they can buy Canadian cattle Mr Mills said the add- ed tariff would bring Canadian cattle into a more direct com- petition with cheaper U S cattle The other main factor hindering cattle expansion is government interference The Canadian Cattlemen's Association disagrees with the thinking of Ottawa about how to maintain cheap food The government, said Mr Mills, feels there should be an increase in supply of beef and at the same time protection in Canada from the high and low demands of the world markets The only way to do this is to assure the producer of a reasonable profit through guaranteed returns so he will continue to produce But the producer doesn't want this type of government interference because it also limits profits The cattleman has also had to put up with screams of high food prices that have cut back on the demand for beef, he said City seeks grant for native study The problems Indians face adapting to predominantly white urban environment will be studied by a city-sponsored Local Initiatives Project, if the federal government approves the application The city has applied to the federal government for a 240 grant employing six people over a four-month period The project employees, ac- cording to Tony Tobin, preventive social services director, will develop a profile on natives living in Lethbndge examining their accom- modation, what brought them to the city, and the kinds of assistance available to them The study will also examine employment opportunities on the Blood and Peigan Reserves, the number of peo- ple leaving the reserves and the number of people receiv- ing social assistance Both profiles will use data from the past live years Mr Tobin said the study is necessary because everyone talks about the "Indian but no-one really knows what it is Using results from the study, the city will be better able to determine what kinds of programs should be developed to meet the needs of Indians moving to Lethbridge We are just trying to find out what the problems are we have some ideas but they could be proven wrong after the study is he said The people employed under the project will not have to be statistical whiz-kids The project will be designed by Mr Tobin and his staff and the employees will only have to research the data Mr Tobin hopes that three of the six employees will be Indian Flax seed cleaning will assure rust prevention A new type of flax rust has attacked fields of Norland in Saskatchewan and Redwood 55 in Manitoba but yields shouldn t be seriously affected according to the Canada Department of Agriculture Rust is a fungus disease that attacks almost all plants, said Frank Harper, plant scientist at the Lethbridge Research Station Different rust species at- tack different varieties of plants It basically destroys leaf tissue reducing yields through shrunken seeds and, if severe enough can eliminate yields With the outbreak of rust in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, farmers planting rust- susceptible varieties of Norland, Redwood 65 and Noralta risk losses in 1974 Dr Harper said although no reports ol rust were received from farmers in Southern Mberta in 1973 they should make sure the seed is com- pletely clean before seeding in 1974 He said the disease is earned by seed or pieces of straw from affected fields New varieties of flax, in the advanced stages of development should be released soon Cartifiid Dantil Mechinic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. 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