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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Monday, September 30, 1974 Urban areas must have development program VANCOUVER (CP) The lew Minister of Urban Affairs the government must "ome up with a development irogram to deal with uncheck- 3d growth that in the next few ,ears will send almost 95 per "ent of the Canadian popula- lon into cities with half "oncentrated in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver Barnett Danson (L York who was appointed to the portfolio last month, says hat if programs could nfluence the projected 'rowth in cities by even 10 per FRAME STYLES From AROUND-THE- WORLD cent, they would have a tremendous influence He said he agreed with the philosophy that federal and provincial governments should create positive incen- tives for encouraging people to move to less crowded areas "We must do it so we don't develop the megalopolis of urban said Mr Danson in an interview "The fortunate thing is that our op- tions in this country are still open Federal housing and rail relocation policies are already looking in this direction, the minister said Mr Danson placed emphasis on the tn level process of consultation involv- ing municipal, provincial and federal representatives, es- tablished in 1972, as a means of enabling municipal officials to talk with senior govern- ment levels CITIZENSHIP COURT from Calgary will be at the COURTHOUSE In Lethbridge MONDAY, SEPT. 30th From to p.m. Persons 'iavmg business with the Citizenship) Court may attend at that time Presentation of CERTIFICATES Will Be Held Tuesday, Oct. 1st at a.m. Citizenship Court 355-8th Avenue S.W., CALGARY T2P1C9 Phone 262-7737 Department of The Secretary of State Cyprus troubles Thousands of Greek Canadians demonstrated onstration, said the aim was to promote respect on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Sunday, urging in- for the "sovereignty, independence and territorial creased federal involvement in Cyprus Bill Harris, integrity" of the war-torn Mediterranean island. an Ottawa economist who helped organize the dem- DES an unlikely cancer-causer claims California biochemist SHOPPERS DRUG MART Village Mill Phont 328-8442 Open Every Evening until p.m. Except Saturday till 6 p.m. Closed Sundays and Holidays Plymouth Coming-out CHRYSLER CORDOBA The 1975 Plymouth Coming-out Party is on and you are invited. We ve got lots of excite- ment for everyone Leader of our pack is the stunning new Chrysler Cordoba It's a completely new car Sport size Luxurious And loaded with exciting new features Don't miss this one1 Something else you'll want to make a point of seeing is our completely new Fury line Its trim new proportions and dramatic new styling are going to set the trends for the mid-size cars for 1975 Come on in and see all our new '75 cars and trucks From the compact Valiants to the luxurious full-size Gran Fury, Chrysler and Imperial models there's plenty for you to come 1 out and see Plymouth's 7th St. and 1st Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 Open Mon.-Fri. 9 til 9 mOTORS LETHBRIDGE NEW YORK (AP) DES, a growth hormone for cattle that has caused cancer in laboratory animals, is an un- likely candidate for a signifi- cant cancer causing agent in humans Dr Thomas Jukes of the University of California says A discussion of the use of the hormone diethylstilbestrol in beef cattle appears in the current Journal of the American Medical Associa- tion (AMA) In it. Jukes, a biochemist and nutritionist at Berkeley concludes "We bo need a com- parative evaluation of the ef- fects of various environmen- tal carcinogens It seems un- likely that the DES m beef makes a significant contribu- tion to this list of agents Canada has banned all im- ports of DES beef Calculating the average dai- ly intake from beef liver and muscle very small amount, he extrapolated that the risk is "one case of cancer per vears in the U S population if there is no threshold The question of whether there is a threshold dose below which a known cancer-causing agent a car- cinogen does not produce been long debated by scientists Dr Charles Wurster, chair- man of the .science advisory committee of the U S En- vironmental Defence Fund, says 'Dosage does not affect whether something is a car- cinogen Bank business looks attractive to Dave Barrett VANCOUVER (CP) Premier Dave Barrett in- dicated Saturday his New Democratic Party govern- ment wants to get into the financial business in one form or another He said in an interview after the Western Premiers Conference that his govern- ment might become directly involved in provincially controlled financial in- stitutions if Ottawa does not soon allow provinces to own shares in chartered banks Prior to the Western Economic Opportunities Conference in Calgary last Mr Barrett asked that 1hc provinces be allowed to own shares in banks Prime Minister Trudeau later announced that provinces would be allowed to buv up to 25 per cent of snares of newly established banks but would then have to slowly divest themselves of some Chares until the holdings were redut-ed to 30 per cent Mr Barrett said Saturday he is displeased Ottawa hasn t acted on that promise and if TV highlights MONDAY SPORTS: NFL Football, 7 p.m., Ch. 11. The Dpnver Bron cos meet with the Redskins at Washington, D C 's Robert F Kennedy Stadium SCIENCE: Naked Mind, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Shaw Festival ac- tors perform many dramatic excerpts from their performances in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont PROFILE: People of our Time, p.m., Ch. 7. Mary McCarthy's views on the causes of Watergate are authored DOCUMENTARY: Maclear, p.m., Ch. 13. Michael MMaclear shows "the erosion of judicial standards in Northern Ireland during the Civil War TUESDAY SPORTS SPECIAL. World Series of Hockey, a.m., Ch. 7. From Moscow the Russians host WHA Team Canada CANADA DRY'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. Wurster, of the State University of New York at Stony Brook, refers to a re- cent decision by Herbert Perlman, chief ad- ministrative law judge of the U S Environmental Protec- tion Agency, in the case of the pesticides Aldrin and Dieldnn 'There is no scientific basis for the existence of a 'thre- shold' or 'no-effect' level of exposure of an animal popula- tion to a chemical car- cinogen DES was used for some years on U S beef cattle, leading to a more rapid production of lean meat and improved efficiency of conversion of feed into beef, the AMA notes In 1973, the U S Food and Drug Administration banned DES for beef production on the grounds that it might be a cause of cancer The ban was overthrown by a federal court on a technicality and a hear- ing is pending Most Cattlemen, in the meantime, are reported to be holding off from use of the hormone until the FDA ruling is settled, the AMA notes Jukes contends "The benefits to the consumer from the use of DES for cattle are measurable in terms of increased beef production per unit of cost The importance is magnified by shortages of grain and rising international demand for beef the change doesn't come soon, "we will have to examine other financial institutions because we are not going to stand by while B C con- sumers are being hurt by the usurious practices of the ex- isting banks Asked if this meant provin- cial involvement in Credit Unions or financial co operatives which come under provincial junsJiction. Mr Barrett said "it could mean a great number of things" but refused to elabo.ate Mr Barrett chartered banks are makin? profits of between 23 and 25 per cent which he said is usurious, es- peciaUv in a period of high inflation The Premier said they are making this money on short term loans rather than on mortgages where profits are lower Today s severe housing shortage and difficulties in ob- taining mortgage money mean the banks have a social- Iv JiTcsponsibie attitude, he said CHEC 1090 Monday 6 00 9 00 Wayne Barry 6 50 Farm News 7 40 News Weather Sports 9 00 12 00 Wallv Hild 9 00 Checlme 12 00 3 00 Roy Rennick 12 30 News Weather Sports Monday 5 25 Sports 5 50 Local News 6 00 World at Six Tuesday 6 00 CBC News 1 00 Gram Prices and Call of the Land 3 00 7 00 Jack Neufeld 5 20 News Weather Sports 7 00 12 00 Paul Tessier 12 00-6 00 Mark Campbell News is 20 mm to the hour and 20 after Bob Hesketh 8 50 11 25 1 25 C.IOC 1220 8 35 Phone Bill Show 12 00 Hour of Information 1 00 News and Gram Prices 5 00 News 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 6 00 9 00 a m Don McMaster 900am 300pm Concie s Carousel 3 00-6 00 p m Don McMaster 6 00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00 12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight S gn Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 Monday 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Music of Our People 8 30 Identities 10 00 News Weather Sports 10 10 From the Capitals 10 15 Five Nights A Week 10 30 Great Canadian Gold Rush 12 03 Written in Rock Tuesday 5 30 Warmup 6 05 Opener 7 00 World at Seven 8 00 World at Eight 8 10 Eve Opener 9 00 The BBC 9 13 This Country in the Morning 10 30 Team Canada from Moscow 1 00 Radio Noon 1 20 Stock Market 2 03 Take Five 2 30 Off the Record 3 30 Max Ferguson Show 4 00 Dave Barregar s Calgary 6 00 World at Six Bobby Hull and Coach Billy Harris of Team Canada '74 discussing the use of White Mountain Spring Water The team's medical advisors have requested Canada Dry, represented by Vice President E B Walker (left) to supply the natural spring water during the World Hockey Series m Canada and Russia Chmotk Beverages Limited is happy to supply the athletes participating in the 797i Canada Winter Games wth White Mountain Spring Water___________________ CJOCTVO CFCN TV (D CABLE 6 CABLE 4 Mondaj 5 00 Hollvwood Squares O Password O News 5 30 B News 0 News O News 0 Let s Make a Deal 6 00 IB 0 0Rnoda O Gunsmoke 6 30 ID The Rookies IB Truth or Consequerces Lawrence Welk 7 OOO Born Free 0 NFL Football 7 30 ID Born Free 0 Bingo 8 00 O Support Your Locai Sheriff Man, Moore S 30 0 This is the Law 0 Ian TV son 9 00 0 Cannon 0 Headline ID fw the Da-v W 0 I niveraU -rtf the Air fi O I nderstemdiTif: Osr Wnrtd f.30 KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE (D 8 00 O Todav in Montana ID News O Juliette and 8 30 ID Romper Room O Gambit 0 Ed Allen 00 0 Galloping Gourmet O Now You See It O Access (School ID Audrcv 9 TO ID PolKa Dot Door O Hollvnood Squares ID Jack taLanne 10 00 ID Life SUle O Jackpot O oung and Restless O Mon Ami Fnendlv Giant 10 V) O Cclebntv Sweepstakes ID Pai. 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