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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan Your Hawaiian Vacation Now. Wt RspreSfln! Funseakert Jei Away Toun CP Air FunSun Adventure Tours Pleaiurama Tours ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The Lctiibridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Albcila, Wednesday, September G, 1972 IMAGES 17 TO 32 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLOC. 740 4lh AYE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you a spare pair of glaiiH for holiday Helps everyone New beef grading system most modern in world FiRST CARCASS OFFICIALLY GRADED-Federal Agri- culture Minister Bud Olson measures the fat covering on o beef carcass before applying the first stomp of approval. Holding the carcass for Mr. Olson is Bert Mar- grave, president of the Canadian Cattlemen's Association. Looking on are Charles Munro, left, president of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and W. A. Mill, presi- dent of the Meat Packers Council of Canada. About 400 government officials and local ranchers attended the implementalion ceremonies for Canada's new beef car- cass grading standards at Medicine Hat Tuesday. acted in 'had faith? Act change may raise pop prices By JOE MA Herald Staff Wrilcr The Alberta Soft Drink Asso- ciation today accused Environ- ment Minister Bill Yurko of "bad faith" in enacting The Beverage Container Amend- ment Act without further con- sultation with a I5-memher ad- visory committee. "The minister of environment is using The Beverage Contain- er Amendment Act for political advantage and has shown bad faith in dealing with the advi- sory said Frank Murphy of Pepsi-Cola (Canada) Ltd. in Edmonton, ASDA pres- ident. Mr. Yurko announced Aug. 31 that a one-cent handling charge which soft drink manufacturers will pay container collection de- pots, effective Jan. 1, for each container returned, will be an Incentive for depots to provide service. COSTS RAISED "This means each case (with 24 soft drinks) will cost at least 24 cents Mr. Murphy said. "The industry, already facing rising costs, is unable to absorb the additional cost and it will have to be passed onto the The advisory committee, which was set up to advise the THERE IS NO BETTER WAY TO SAY "GET WELL" THE CHEERFUL MESSAGE FLOWERS BRING IASTS LONG AFTER VISITING HOURS ARE OVER. We Can Deliver "GET WELL" FLOWERS Locally Or Out OF Town Your in send- in flowers is complimented by our professional service. MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 minister on soft drink contain- er regulations, consists of rep- resentatives from the associa- tion, the department of the en- vironment, the consumer asso- ciations, labor, industry, youth groups and environmentalists. Mr. Murphy said Mr. Yurko told the Edmonton press on Aug. 1 that the advisory com- mittee could not reach a con- census whereas in fact "the committee has unanimously passed a motion which states that in the best interest of the public and private sectors fur- ther studies should be imple- mented on Kie concept of uni- versal depots and other meth- ods of handling containers." The Beverage Container Amendment Act known as Bill 26 was proclaimed! in the Alberta Gazette Aug. 31 and be- came effective Sept. 1 with the exception of Section 2, which deals with handling charges, which goes into effect Jan. 1. In Lethbridgc, Jim Kelly, president of Purity Bottling [1967) Ltd., said Mr. Yurko and the advisory committee origin- ally agreed not to reveal details of the act to the press and the two would make a joint news release Sept. 1. "But Mr. Yurko went ahead and announced Bill 26 on Aug. 31, one day before the agreed date, without the courtesy of in- forming tho Mr. Kelly said. Mr. Kelly, whose company is the franchised bottler of Coca- Cola products in southern Al- berta, said the new act makes recycling of containers exi Lang, Olson to address Grit meet Two Trudeau cabinet minis- ters will attend the Lethhridge Federal Liberal Constituency Association nomination conven- tion at p.m. Monday at the Civic Sports Centre. Otto Lang, justice minister and minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board, and Bud Olson, minister of agricul- ture and MP for Medicine Hat, will both address the meeting, a local party spokesman said today. Contestants so far for the parly nomination are John Bor- as, a lawyer and the Liberal candidate in the last federal election and Andy Russell, a Waterton Lakes and author. area rancher ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 SI. S. Phono 328-4095 tremely difficult since both re- fiilable and non-refillable con- tainers would go through retail outlets. When Section 2 goes ir.to effect Jan. 1, retail outlets have to accept both containers returaeu by the consumers. Tho association will hold a special meeting in Edmonton Thursday to discuss the situa- tion. Mr. Kelly said he will at- tend the meeting. Tony Kuzyk, manager of the Chinook Beverages Ltd. of Lethbridge, bottlers of Pepsi- Cola products in southern Al- berta, said lie did not have any- thing to add to "what the pres- ident said. of the association has By RIC SWHiART Herald Staff Wrilcr MEDICINE HAT With one swing of a meat grader's mal- let Tuesday, Federal Agricul- ture Minister EuJ Olson offi- cially implemented Canada's new beef carcass grading sys- tem. The new system continues to emphasize the quality aspects of beef which have given Cana- dian beef its worldwide reputa- tion, said Mr. Olson. By taking advantage of extensive scienti- fic research, the new grading standards how include the con- cept of lean meat yield of the carcass. Tabhed the most modern and up-k-date grading system in the world, Mr. Olson said it was a culmination of months of discussions between the Canada department of agriculture and the entire beef industry, includ- ing producers, packers, whole- salers; retailers and consumers. Mr. Olson told 400 government officials and ranchers Canada's beef industry is large and com- plex with all parts facing vary- ing needs. As a show of the co-operation within the industry, all the par- ticipating groups were able to come together to develop a grading system which forms a basic, vital service to the in- dustry and the consumer, he said. Mr. Olson pointed to the spe- cific benefits the different parts of the industry would receive, including the producers who will know how their production relates to the product most in demand. MEET DEMAND "They will be able to adjust their feeding and management practices to meet that he said. Packers will have a more pre- cise method of buying and sel- ing and they will be able to stabltsh a more accurate pric- ng structure for the salf> of beef their customers. Wholesalers, in turn, will be ble to order more precisely to meet their requirements, he aid. "To the consumer, the new will ultimately result in eaner beef with less fat wast- he said. In an Interview following the eremonies, Mr. Olson said the new system is designed so that all aspects of the industry and he consumer will know exactly vhat he is getting, depending an what was ordered. 'KICING SAME Hitting hard at government :ritics who feel some interven- ion in the democratic pricing if may he part ar.d par- x'l of the Liberal government's )ew plan, Mr. Olson emphati- cally denied that the new sys- tem would alter the present >ricing structures. 15 agencies involved Appeal drive starts Sept. 18 The United Appeal campaign in Lethbridge will kick off Sept. 18 but there won't be an ob- jective this year. "Because the objective In the last three years had not been met, no objective has been set for this a news release from the community chest said today. This year, however, only 15 agencies are taking part the Cinadiau Mental Health Asso- ciation has withdrawn from the campaign. "To carry out the required work, we need for next year and this amount cannot be guaranteed by the community Dennis O'Connell commented on the withdrawal. In the last campaign, the CMHA asked for was told it could only get but was finally given when (he campaign failed to reach its objective. The CMHA will now conduct its own fund-raising campaign outside the United Appeal, Mr. O'Connell said. The community chest release said although no objective has >3en set for (his campaign, "the chest committee is confi- dent that last year's fiqure of will be exceeded so that the allotments for the 15 agencies can be met." First to CAMM'S for Shoes BACK TO SCHOOL The Teacher's Pel Famous JOYCE SHOES "NEW OVERTURE" as illuslrated in Rod, Navy, Brown, or Block wet look crinkle patent. AAA, AA and B widths. Sizes 5 to 10. See loo the many olher Joyce ilylei. We have all I he now styles for the high school and campus crowd1. j% Tho new look in Hushpuppies. New styles by Wild Woolleys, Exciting new sucda fiet, New Maxine luedes. Drop soon we know you'll find jusf Jhe pair you want from our large solpcfion. CHILDREN'S SHOES, too, ore a specially at Camm's We lake special caro m tha filling of young growing feet and carry Ihe top name brands Savago ond Classmates. "CORIE" by Air Step For true 'Walking On Air' comfort, In black wet look. OPEN THURS. AND FR1. UNTIL P.M. 403 5lh STREET S. SHOES Campaign chairman Joe Csaki said training sessions for canvassers will be held in the Red Cross rooms Sept. 11-15. "We need 250 canvassers and we have about lie said. "Persons interested in this v.'Oi-k and who have not been. contacted are requested to con- tact, community chest Mr. Csaki said he hopes the campaign can be completed be- fore the end of October. Chairman of the federal ser- vices is G ary Doyle, Leona Hopkins will guide the house- to-house canvass. Library to seek equipment funds "Wanted: wealthy donors prepared to contribute gener- ously toward the purchase of equipment and furnishings for the new Lethbridge Public Li- brary." That's the gist of a soon to be launched campaign by the public library hoard. The city, which is putting up about million to build the new library in 1974 at the Cen- tral School site, has asked the library board to raise money for furnishings through dona- tions. Library board mem bers the donation committee Tues- Reno Lizzi, Bill Russell and N. G. Stanford were appointed to ths donation committee Tues- day. One of the committee's first tasks will he to arrange with the department of national rev- enue that donations to the new Projector stolen A I6-mm movie projec- tor is still missing after a man succeeded in pulling a "confi- dence trick" on the public li- brary July 12, chief librarian George Dew reported to the li- brary board Tuesday, Mr. Dew said an unknown man telephoned the library re- questing to use the projector at a local hospital. Library staff were uncertain later which hos- pital he mentioned. He then arrived at lunch hour when staff was changing and walked out of the library with- out filling out a loan slip or paying the rental fee. library be tax deductible. George Dew, chief librarian, estimated at least must be raised. Mr. Russell, board chairman, suggested donors be recognizec with plaques or bricks in the new building bearing their names. University to get publications A collection of old, rarely used publications including gov ernment documents and bound back issues of The Lethbridge Herald will be turned over to the University of Lethbridge by the Lcthbridge Puhlic Library University pcoplo are the main users of the material and the university library has mon room to store the material than the public library, said chic: librarian George Dew. The library hoard Tuesday decided to ask the university to collect the printed matter. FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Inlcrnatfonal Dally Newspaper At Tho CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner I2lh Sf. 4lh Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. Thurs.and 5al. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND LEGAl HOLIDAYS "As I have said, this beet grading system is not going to set the price of any market will do he said. "I can visualize situations or times, for example, when A 2 or A 3 grade will sell for a price higher than A 1 because, ii there is some hotel and restaur- ant trade which wants more marbling in the beef, they will bid more for that product." The differences between the grades is going to be more pre- cise when it gets to the point when one can measure the fat to lean ratio. "A guy sitting be- hind his desk in one of the links of the livestock buying chain, where they order thouands 'of carcasses, will know that what he wants will be delivered. APPRAISAL It also ties in with the beef carcass appraisal system, an- no itnced last January, he said. What happens under that sys- tem, is that a person who is breeding cattle and sells them as. calves or yearling cattle doesn't know how the carcassei turn out. "We provide them with some ear tags and by the time tha animal is finished, an appraisal is done and the information is sent hack to the original breed- he said. "If the breeder Isn't produc- ing the right type of carcass, he can identify it back to the breeding stock and make the ap-, propriate changes." Mr. Olson said he felt there would be no trouble in getting Mrs. Housewife educated to the new system. "What happens to the excess fat in the butcher shop is that it is cut off and thrown he said. "If we can get more ef- ficiency in the system by fin- ishing the cattle to the right level, the consumer is going to get a higher proportion of accep- table fat to lean ratio." He intimated that the new sys- tem should lower some although "I wouldn't like to pre- dict that." Bread, butter issues Hoffman hits the hustings By GREG HcINTYRE Herald Staff Writer Repeating the national New Democratic Party -attack on "corporate welfare bums" and bolstered by the recent NDP ran in British Columbia, Hal Hoffman became the first local candidate Tuesday out on the hustings. At a news conference at his home, Mr. Hoffman said he will be looking to the people in the riding to inform him of local issues. The most important national issues will be "bread and but- ter" matters like taxes and un- eiyployment, he said. He declined to name the most important issue in the Leth- bridge constituency, saying "I'll have a better idea when I get out and talk to the peo- ple more. Politics is not some- thing that springs out of the mind of one person." Mr. Hoffman, 38, an automo- tive and welding instructor at Lclhbridge Community College, said he is currently trying to arrange time off work to cam- paign, "hopefully with pay." He will be less able, he said, than his Liberal and Conserva- tive opponents to arrange his working time around cam- paigning. Conservative candidate Ken Hurlburt, an auction owner, and two contestants for the Lib- eral nomination, John Boras, lawyer, and Andy Russell, rancher, can set their own hours, he said. The only declared Social Credit hopeful so far is house- wife Ruth Landeryou. "The government stands condemned the most for the cold blooded way it went about fighting inflation by in- creasing said Mr. Hoffman. "it is my contention that much of the roots of discontent in the province of Quebec can >e traced in large part to the injustice of the English-speak- ing corporate rip-off that our governments of the past have .oleraled in our economic af- fairs." Mr. Hoffman said he will rely on his ability to field questions in personal encount- ers to carry him through his local campaign. About copies of a cam- paign brochure will be printed by next week and Hoffman AMA opening The Alberta Motor Associa- tion's provincial and local exe- cutives met in Lctiibridge to- day to discuss plans for the official opening of the new AMA building situated next to The Lethbridge Herald. John Rhodes, AMA's Leth- bridgc manager, said before the noon meeting the building will be ready for occupation later this month anci official opening will be some time in October. An announcement is expected soon. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6667 NOW OPEN Government Licensed .Technician Repairs to Radfos, Televisions and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO HAL HOFFMAN :tlFF BUCK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. tower Level PHONE 327-2822 workers will be out canvassing door-to-door and at public gath- erings. Key figures In the campaign will be Elaine Harrison, house- wife, campaign chairman, and Tom McLeod, city works em- ployee, organizer. Mr. Hoffman said NDP mem- bership in the Lethbridge area is at a record high. To a sug- gestion that Lethbridge is a "safe" Conservative seat, he said many thought the Socreds in B.C. were safe until election results came in giving the NKP there an upset victory. Mr. Hoffman and his wifa Marie have lived in Lethbridge since 1964. They have three children, Robert, 11, Susan, 3, and Judy 3. Corn ing-Ware Special! BEAUTIFULLY PACKAGED TWIN SET of 48-01. and 56 oz. Saucepans with coven Regular open stock a great gift idea. Regular 13.75 6'97 DOWNTOWN SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE _ 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, Sept. 7th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Round dining table; Wardrobe; 2 small chests o! drawers; Marconi TV-radio-record player; 8 bathtubs; Apartment size chrome table; Rollaway bed; 2 good wood cribs with mattresses; Thor mangle; Marconi TV; gas and electric ranges; Box spring and mattress; Toilet and tank; 2 chrome reverse wheels (14" Automatic washers; Chrome chairs; Chesterfields and chairs; Wringer washers; Zenith portable TV; Mattresses; Electric mower; Rugs; Coffee table; Air cooler; Clothes free; Radio; Tools; Extension cord; Carpet sweepers; Door chimes; Wood clamps; Cooler; Sealers; Dazey churn; Life-jackets; Va- cuums; Dishes; Car top carrier; Counter top electric range; Small bookcase; Floor lamp. Many More Items Too Numerous To Mention. KAYAK WOOD BOAT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. UTHBRIDCI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 tic. 453 ;