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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 'HE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, September 30, 1972 Scientist suggests way to solve world hunger CAMBRIDGE. Mass, (AP) 1 general of international health 1 services in the Canadian Health and Welfare Department, said A noted Canadian food scientist says fabricated foods and bet- ter regulation o[ food labelling and processing can eliminate world hunger and improve food quality. Dr. Ross Chapman, director- here that poor and hunger could end if food science technology more emphasis and INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABUSHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phons 327-1541 given there is better regulation of the food in- dustry. Dr. Chapman said much of i Hie know-bow is available now to fabricate foods from natural components such as soybeans and peanuts, and from syn- thetic components made in the laboratory. "If we are to feed lhc world's jKtpidation during the next three Dr. Chapman said, fabricated foods are needed. Dr. Chapman made his re- marks upon receiving the 1Q72 Underwood-Prescolt Memorial Common sense people wear HARDLBTS LENSES The Common Sense Lens m some localities hard rasin protective leflses erelawlWhyl They're shatterproof. They're only half tiia weight of ordinary lenses. They'ro backed by a warranty against eye They're available in YOUR prescription, who needs a law? Specializing in the Tilting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prejcriptlon Childron'i Magmfiorl Hepnirl Reasonable pricol OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO 30S_7lh. ST S. lETHBRTPSE 0- Pffiine CJ at the Massachusetts In- stitute of Technology. The Oak Lake, Man., native and graduate of McGill Univer- in Montreal was selected for the award hy the MIT de- partment of nutrition and food science and cited for "his con- tributions to the field of food science technology in lay- ing a sound foundation for the development and establishment of regulatory procedures for teh food and drug industries. COMPARES COSTS Dr. Chapman sail! that, con- sidering only protein content and not other nutrients, soy- bean protein costs 15 cents a pound compared with a pound for meat protein in a T- bone steak. "These data clearly indicate that from the economic point of view it is just plain silly to put our vegetable protein through the cow, pig or steer for con- version into animal he said. Dr. Chapman said that as the use of fabricated foods spreads, governments and industry will have to develop new methods of evaluating nutritional values and safely to develop new standards not applicable to nat- ural foods. Dr. Chapman said food poi- soning continues to he a world- wide problem and said there must be betler government standards to guard against mi- croblal and_plher forms of con- lamination. Police chiefs recommend force to handle riots HI children visiMng tho Rsifel Waterfowl Refuge in nearby Delta this week were welcomed by a resident duck which hopped onlo the hcod of their bus. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE W 318-1702-327-3610 A All teachers National civil servants union proposal rejected Ji. JL may pay income lax OTTAWA (CF) The reve- nue department has ruled that all teachers, including visiting professors from abroad, must pay income tax arid Canada Pension Wan contributions starting this month. Teachers and professors from 14 countries, who Wtherto have been exempt from tax and pen- sion contributions for stays of up to two years, will be entitled to refunds if they leave Canada within the two-year limit. In the past, teachers and pro- fessors from countries with which Canada has tax treaties have been able to qualify for exemption on the basis of state- ments filed in accordance with a 1968 directive from the de- partment. Mho countries covered by the tax treaties are Australia, Den- mark, Finland, West Germany Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Soutl' Africa, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom and the United States. TORONTO (CP) Rcpresen-' ativcs of government employ- es from seven provinces urned down a proposal Thurs- ay night for a national union 'provincial civil servants. The proposal wos put before .1 special convention of the Ca- nadian Federation of Govern- ment Employee Organizations, loosely-knit body which em- >races seven Check these "Fall Savings Event" Specials in effecj at our Lerhbridge Sfors only! provincial civil service organizations. But the 80 delegates at the invention rejected most ot the 2y provisions for a proposed constitution for a new organ- izatin and the conference de- cided lo drop the matter. College instructor files suit Sid Oxenbam, president he federation, had proposed lie organization, saying a new national union is needed to rep- resent provincial employees with "backbone and authority." In another speech before the proposed constitution dis- cussed, Claude Edwards, presi- dent of the Public Service Al- liance of Canada, appealed for greater militancy. STRENGTH NEEDED He warned delegates that un- less provincial employees get together soon in a strong na- EDimNTON (CP) A mp- jile strike force specializing in lancMing demonsfrations, riots, strikes and disasters was rec- ommended for Edmonton in a report by the International As- sociation of Chiefs of Police. The report says the force should be used only in an em- ergency or for searches and surveillance. The force "should be deployed in general areas and specific locations where there is a high probability of maximum effec- tiveness in lerms of crime re- pression and criminal appre- it says. Creation of a tactical analysis unit to work against organized crime was also suggested. This unit would collect and integrate data on all types of criminal activity from stolen cars to rapes and report daily en them. It would act as a liaison be- tween patrol and investiga- tive details. The association said a crime laboratory with civilians as sen- ior personnel should be cre- ated. Crime scene squads train in observation, recovery ol vidence and bomb disposa vould work with the laboratory Tt was stressed that invest! 'ators should receive up to 7( lours of classroom and fiek raining before taking their positions. tional union, they be Air Fresheners Reg. 1.29 Opening Day Special, each.............. 5-Piece Wear Iver Gift Reg. 19.88 Foil Event 13 Shotgun Shells .12-.gauge) Winchester Expert. Day Sptictal, box p.45 General Electric Steam-Spray and Dry Iron 1 Reg. 21.98 Fall Savings Event .95 Electric Can Opener From General Electric. Reg. 15.88- Opening Day Special ic. Keg. ID. 10 3-Piece Corningwqre Saucepan Set fV97 Reg. 15.99 Fall Saving) Event Standard Duplex Receptacle 33" Fall Savings Each PIGTAIL SOCKETS FAU SAVINGS EACH SUNUAM 2 Slice Toaster Fafl Savings Each AIR DEFLECTOR RED DEER (CP) Giluor Farthing, a former English in- structor at Red Deer College, Friday became the third mem- ber of the college staff to file a claim in Supreme Court of Alberta. In a statement of claim filed against the college's board oE governors, Mr. Farthing seeks a judgment for "wrongful dis- missal" from the college staff. Dr. Mcrvyn Eastman, form- er college president, and Dr. Ronald Tilers, former vice- president, ealier filed suit claiming severance pay and re- payment of legal fees incurred during a hearing into the col- ege affairs. Their cases are i be heard Oct. 5. Mr. Farthing said he was told in a letter from the. col- lege office this summer he was heing laid off "for cause." But Ihe reason was not made clear, lie said. A hearing conducted by Dr. T. C. Byrne, former deputy ed- ucation minister, into unrest al the college led to the resigna- tions of Dr. Eastman and Dr, Piters. The college board ol governors was dissolved and replaced by a social adminis trator, Dr. Ray Fast, on the recommendation oof Dr. Byrne The college also received not ice from registrar Hersche Cramer that he intended to re- sign his position next week. Mr Cramer had replaced Jim Bold ing, who resigned earlier tc lake a teaching position in Ed monton. Dr. Fast said Friday sluden services personnel would har din the registrar's branch unti Mr, Cramer's position had beei filled. "chopped up in pieces" by anli- lahor legislation passed by pro- vincial governments riding the crest of anti-union sentiment in Canada. Stanley Lltlle, president o: the Canadian Union of Public Employees, said he "would like to see a union of provincia government employees with enough militancy to threaten I use the ultimate weapon and. on rare occa ons, to use it." The convention, wliich conlin es today, has representative om Newfoundland, NOVE cotia, New Brunswick, Princ divard Island, Ontario, Sas- olumbia and Manitoba. CGE SHADOW BAN LIGHT BULBS Fall Savings 4 Bulbs____ Heavy Dirty U-Ground Connector Each Wicker Hampers 895 3-Picce Set Fall Savings 7 P1KI Cookware Set 24 .77 Lantern Battery 99 6 Volt Fall Battery Charger 16" Fall Putty T Ib. tin Fall Savings Unfinished Furniture 4 MAWBt 7 DKAWW 32.95 Pliers Methyl Hydrate 53" vv 32 oz. bottle Fall Savings CO-OP POLY AUTOMOTIVE BATTFRIES Full Saving: 4 Q QQ Each I3.OO CO-OP 6 VOLT FARM AND AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY Fall Saving! Eoch 16.88 The association recommend- ed thnt pnlrolmcn be assigned o a beat for at icast two years 50 they could become "person- ally familiar willi their area of Preliminary criminal investigation should also be the patrolman's respon- At least two years college ed- ucation should he the minimum equiremcnl for entry into the 895-man force. The present minimum standard requires t high school diploma. Psychological tests to weed out the emotional and neurotic were also suggested. 1'. A. Edwards, chairman of the police commission, said he was "extremely pleased with the assessment and suggestions in the report." But the commission would not implement the recommenda- tions until it had selected those it believed acceptable and listed them according to prior- ity, he said. Meetings then would be held staff and public reaction would be sought. "I want this thing to come from the bottom up and not from the commis s i o n he said. TRAVELS TO SEA The eel spends most of its life in fresh water but goes far out to sea to lay its eggs. FACTORY WORKERS REQUIRED NOW! For one of Canada's largest, most modern mobils home production plants. Located in a growing South- ern Alberta community near ihe foolhills Soulh of Calgary. We provide on-lhe-job training and op- portunity for wage advancement. Contact Mr. C. B, Thomas Personnel Manager SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD. CEaresholm Industrial Airport Box 970, Claresholmr Albert'-i- DIRTY FURNACE FILTERS WILL ROB YOUR HOME OF HEAT THIS WINTER! These illustrations show the importance of keeping filters clean. Bank loans leap ahead in week OTTAWA Gcner; loans issued by the chartero banks rose hy S170 million Ihe week ended Sept. 20. break ing out above a narrow band c loaning activity that prevails for almost a month, Bank of Canada statistics released Thursdy night showed. Outstanding loans on Sept. 20 totalled almost S22.4 billion. They had held to a narrow range of between billion and 22.24 billion for live weeks, after showing a strong 13.5-pcr- ccnt increase in the first half of 1972. The Bank of Canada said In Us monthly Review for Septem- ber, released earlier Thursday, that strong lending by the char- tered banks had contributed to an expansion of the economy generally in the first half of the year. About one-third of the char- tered banks' general loans arc in personal loans, and almost two-thirds in loans to business and institutions. DIRTY FILTER Clogged furnace fillers jeduca Iho of Ihe Ireo pajjago of clean, warm tlr lo heat your CLEAN FILTER Clean furnsco fillers function correclly, home. Your furnace worVa elliclenlly, you got Uie most from natural gas you are burning. rm ilr. Tho result: Lost ol heal and pojslblo over- heating of the. furnace, which could caust damage, and entail expensive HERE IS YOUR SEVEN-POINT HEATING SYSTEM CHECK LIST MOST FILTERS era of Iho disposable type. Remove Uiem rind you'll find thai you can clean them by a good shading; or user your vacuum cleaner. If they obviously need replacing you can ob- tain proper-sired liiters at hardware or department stores or from your local healing contractor. Permanent-type fil- ters (Metallic Fillers) should bo cleaned and re-oiled as required. 2. AT LEAST A YEAR your furnaca filters should bo checked and cleaned. This can bo a "do-it-yourself" project 1or the averago homeowner. If you pre- fer, call your heating contractor, plum- ber or furnace serviceman and arrange for a complete heating system check- over. 3. FURMACE MOTOR AND FAN bearings should bo lubricated to tho manufac- turer's instructions. 4. FURNACE VENTS should be free of blockago and checked for stale of repair. 5. REGISTERS should bo cleaned of dust and foreign objects. 6. LOOSE-FITTING POORS nnd windows result in an overall loss of heat. Appli- cation of stripping will prevent this. But don't turn your house into a "sealed Soma fresh air Inlets are Important to health and safely. 7. FURNITURE should bo placed so that hot or cold air registers are not ob- structed. canaoian uuesrern naiupaLoas company umrreD Serving Albertans since 1912. 5 ;