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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Auflutt 1973 Next tvorld fair held in Spokane Washington Is the site of Expo the most mean- ingful world fair ever held in The six month expo- sition is to run May 1 through Oct. 1974. Celebrating T o m o r r o w's New Environment is the central theme. Participation from every major nation in the world is as well as exhibits from state governments and environ- groups. In carrying out this the exhibits are expected to build an awareness of man's growing concern for his rela- tionship to the environment and to show what action he is taking restore and preserve it. While education will be a ma- jor objective of Expo the planners of the world's fair have not overlooked entertain- ment and enjoyment as pri- mary aspects of the fair. Entertainment ac- cording to Thomas F. director of the visual and per- forming will cover the en- tire spectrum of the perform- ing arts. Top Hollywood per- world famous sym- phony jazz ballet and rock bane's are on the program. In addi- national performances honoring each of the partici- pating foreign countries are planned. Visitors can also find excite- ment and fun at the fair's mod- ern amusement park. With an estimated per- sons attending the fair each accommodation will likely be a major concern to the visitor. There are approximately 900 hotel and motel rooms available in Spokane and an ad- ditional rooms within an hour's drive of the city. Cam- puses will offer almost rooms as lower-cost hostel-type accommodation during the summer months. There are a'so about individual campsites in the Spokane area. Through the efforts of Hos- pitality reservations can be made at no cost to the traveller. A letter to Hospitality Ser- P.O. Box containing type of accommodation desired and number of people in the is all that is neces- sary. SAVINGS i ON Rugs lids Tub Mats Tank Cover WHITE SALE NOW DOLPHIN BATH BOUTIQUE' CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 327-1323 Just Jude By JUDE TURIC beats dog food When you're little and your master has a delicious- owned by 14-year-old Rose Bisheimer of Coaldale looking a few whimpers will inevitably bring seems to have caught on to the trick and is rewarded with sympathy and a quick lick. an eight-week-old a nice slurp of orange stick. Bacon a bone of contention By JUDY BLITMAN New York Times Service NEW YORK Sodium ni- trate is a chemical that cures makes it look better and QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture PHONE prevents botulism. But it also may lead to and pres- sure is growing to force pro- ducers to find an equally effec- tive preservative for meals and other cured foods. For some time it has been known that sodium nitrate is toxic in large and the Federal Food and Drug Admin- istration has limited its use for that reason. But it is only in recent years that research has shown a possible carcinogenic aspect to the danger. The threat of cancer arises when a nitrate combines with which are of the make-up of all meat and many other to form a com- pound called nitrcsamine dur- ing cooking or perhaps even during the process of diges- tion. The when administered in large amounts are reported to have caused Spectacular Savings On Famous Quality Glidden Paints Prices Effective Through August 18th EXTERIOR VALUES SPRED ACRYLIC LATEX HOUSE PAINT ENDURANCE EXTERIOR OIL BASE HOUSE PAINT moisture Extra durability Flows on easily Dries to a beautiful gloss. Only...... Only No. 1882 Brilliant Non-chalking. 12.99 3.69 DrUs to a flat durable finish Flew en smoothly Tools and hands clean up in water Only 11 house paint 3.69 BRiGHT RED FARM AND RANCH PASNT TOP QUALITY Regular 9.95 Gallon .49 gal. 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Distributors of Glidden Paints and Pratt and Lambert Paints PROFESSIONAL ADVICE IS PHONE 328-4595 malignant tumors In experi- mental animals. Dr. Samuel a profes- sor of pharmacology at Case Western Reserve Medical ni Iras a a class of compounds which in- clude are par excellence the best group of carcinogens. The vast ma- jority produce The United States department of agriculture said it found nitrosopyrrolidine in every sam- ple of pan fried bacon is tested. In of the cured meats include corn- ed beef and frankfurters bacon has been singled out most often because it reveals the highest quantity of nitrosamines after cooking speculation is that this is because it is cooked at the highest tempera- Dr. Michael a mi- crobiologist who was trained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has written a pam- phlet that points an accusing finger. It's called bring home the sells for and is available from the Cen- tre for Science in the Public 1779 Church St. Washington. who urges consum- ers to avoid other sodium ni- trate-treated foods in addition to said the other won't necessarily die be- cause you eat a piece of bac- but there is some small haz- Leo chief toxicolo- gist for the said he con- siders the risks involved in eat- ing bacon to be sure the nitrosamines are a carcinogen for he said. sure we're expos- ed every day to carcinogenic substances. I've even quit i but I like bacon and hot pastrami as well as any- Dr. W. J. Aunan of the Am- erican Meat an in- dustry maintained that there was as yet no direct evidence that the nitrosamines in cooked bacon cause cancer in humans. Aunan said he eats six of bacon every Sat- urday and Sunday morning and that he hasn't changed his rou- tine in 15 years. In any the risks are be- ing studied by the food and drug the feder- al agriculture the meat cancer research- congressional committees and consumer advocates. While the link between nitro- samines and cancer has so far been demonstrated only in it is definitely known that some human cancers are caused by exposure to chemi- cals. WORRYING about the wea- ther is minor when com- pared to pondering the des- tructive possibilities friends can conjure up for your wed- ding day.' With tiie hour drawing the threats are pouring in and each new suggestion is worse than the last. Thinking back on previous wedding pranks while at a recent it became clear that there are some pretty devious minds at large in our group. Suggestions varied from simply writing all over the car in flaming red lipstick to flatten the or kidnapping the groom. Top of the list was as an ac- tual account of a happening some years ago by the bride and groom who were the brunt of the joke. It seems all wedding plans had gone Including a stag for the groom which had taken place well before the big day to ensure there would indeed be a groom in atten- dance. The night of the nasty ideas began to infiltrate the minds the and before the betrothed cpu- pls had left the church ated in busy downtown Cal- someone had flattened the tires on their car. The fella was left alone to change them as he and alter toiling in the muggy heat for an hour or both bride and groom were off. More was in and an innocent suggestion for one last drink with the best lead to an abduction of the groom. Being a smart he accepted all drinks handed to but neatly deposited them under his chair rather than drink. his pals were smarter caught on FAMILY COURSES OFFERED N.S. The Family Life Institute courses of St. Francis Xavier University are being offered for the first time on the Antigonish campus this summer. The endorsad by the Nova Scotia department of are designed to educate teach- ers on the vital importance of family life and to prepare them to assist students in decision- making relative to the a University spokesman said. to his attacked him In force and assisted him in downing a good portion of liquid several garlic sausages and some hot peppers. He finally arrived home at 5 a scant few hours be- fore the was late for the big event and breathed stale garlic on both minister and bride. In the course of the the same pals jacked up the couple's car and wrapped tow chains around it twice. The second time the groom had to help of a mechanic and a blow-torch to rid the car of chains and padlocks. the 'friends' had had enough and let them get on the road without further .pranks. Another member sitting in ttre group during the discus- sion added some gems to the list of things-to-do. Included were ideas like stripping the groom of all money and chipping in for one-way plane fare to a distant city and wav- ing goodbye. Or finding out where the couple are planning to spend the bribing the desk clerk and dumping 200 baby chicks in the bed. Or filling the couple's car with crumpled newspapers and moving the plugs. Or tjing an old-fashioned cow bell with sturdy chain and padlock around the groom's neck and throwing away the just before he joins the receiving line. Considering the attentive audience that I've decided do a bit of plan- ning on behalf of the groom myself. Like locking him in a closet and supplying a 24-hour guard in case. Open house Mrs. Maria Pasolli of Champion will be honored on the occasion of her 80th birthday with an open house for friends and rela- Sunday -from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Catholic church in Champion. No by request. Mrs. Pasolli has four 14 grand- children and three great- grandchildren. catenae of local The Minus One Club will hold a dance from 9 p.m. to l a.m. Saturday in the Polish with the Bridgetown Trio Orchestra providing the music. Members and guests welcome. There will be a meeting to- night at 8 p.m. at the Women's 542 7 St. S. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 of the civic centre. Members are asked to remember donations for hampers and pot etc. for the sewing table at the fall tea and bazaar. Bingo will be played and lunch served. A good attendance is requested. GREG'S AT IT AGAIN Canada's favorite storyteller didn't know quite what to expect when invited to an organic Luncheon. What happened when a bug spray started on the guests makes for amusing reading this Saturday IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE ;