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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta XO TH8 LSTHBRIDGI HERALD W.dnMday, July 15, 1970- Hospitals, Schools Possible Source Of Contamination EDITONTON (CP) University of Alberta and hos- pitals are being studied as a possible source of the mercury Big Demand For Phones OTTAWA (CP) The num- ber of telephones in Canada rose last year four times as fast as the number of people. The Dominion Bureau of Sta- tistics reported today that the 16 largest telephone systems oper- ated telephones, an in- crease of sit per cent for the year. Canada's mid-year population estimate of for 1969 was about 1.5 per cent more than in 1968. The 16 largest telephone com- panies range front Bell Can- ada's telephones to the Port Arthur Municipal Tele- phone System's The 16 systems operate about 97 per cent of the telephones in the country, but complete figures for are not yet available. DBS said local calls and long-dist- ance calls were reported by the 16 firms in 1969. This comes to an average of calls per tel- ephone, down only slightly from per phone in 1968. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th Si. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lethbritlg> BOSS HOSAK, C.D.M. contamination in the North Saskatchewan River, official of the department of lands and for- ests said Tuesday. Dr. J. Donovan Ross, lands and forests minister, said Mon- day recent tests by fisheries of- ficials showed the fish in the river downstream from Edmon- ton were close to, or above, the federally set tolerance maxi- mum uf .5 parts of mercury per He had warned fishermen not to eat fish caught in the river downstream of Edmonton. The lands and forests official said both the University of Al- berta and hospitals are possible sources of the mercury which has contaminated fish. The government maintained close surveillance of industries he said. Other mercury users which were not inspected as closely the university and the hospitals. Board Aproves Gas Export Bid EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta OH and Gas Conscrv lion Board Tuesday approv an application to export additional cub feet of natural gas from t' province. TransCanada Pipelines LI now must receive approv from the provincial governntc and from the National Energ Board in Ottawa before it ci start selling the additional ga It would come from fields pr viously included in TransCai ada's export permit and fro six fields to be added. The board, in its findings, dis agreed with TransCanada's serve estimates concern! some of the new fields. It sai however, it is satisfied "tl additional volumes of gas a plied for are surplus to the r quirements of the province an the present permit requir ments. '-The board is satisfied ths essentially all of the gas ma be produced within a 25-yeai period although the maximum daily rate requested could no Subivay Elvis Imitates Idol From The United States TORONTO (CP) He plucks his guitar, curls his lips, swivels his hips, then lets out a moan which turns into a rendition of Love Me Tender. Elvis Presley? Not quite. It's Subway Elvis trying to pursue a singing career by imitating his idol from the United States. Mike McTaggart, 16, was tagged with the nickname when he started singing in To- ronto subway stations two CAREER OPPORTUNITIES HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ROYAL BANK A limited Number of Openings Ara Still Available In Our MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM If You Are Seeking a-Challenging Career, Offering: Salaries. Promotional Opportunities Based on Merit Arrange To Discuss Your Future With Us By Contacting Any Branch Manager Or Apply Direct Toi B. K. WERSHLER EMPLOYMENT OFFICER 335 8lh Ave. S.W., (23rd Floor) CALGARY 2, Alberta Telephone 268-3484 years Presley style. He intrigued the public anc impressed Paul Burford who now is his manager. Mike, the son of a wealthy businessman, still performs in subway stations, but during the last six months he also has performed at three higfc schools, two pop festivals and one peace festival. The youngster says he de- cided to perform in subway stations because "that's where the chicks are." "Like out where I live it's a very rich area and there was hardly any chicks around." He says he decided to sing like Presley when a friend told him he sounded like the U.S. singer who made teen- age girls swoon 14 years ago. Mike is also an accom- plished golfer. He has quali- fied for the Ontario junior golf championship and admits his parents would rather see him on the fairway instead of the subway. "But like I told my mother, to me singing's first, golfs second." BEES CLOCKED ees have been clocked in flight at 13 miles an hour. Stretch Wig At a very low price 100% dyne! fibre synthetic stretch wig. Can be worn in many styles. Wash it and brush it into an instant hair- do. Buy it now and save 7.07. Regular Woolco Price 29.95 SPECIAL Fall made of nylon fibre, machine made and hand finished. Comes with de- tachable velvet band and dome for the natural teas- ed look. Regular Woolco Price 15.00 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday B a.m. to 6 pirn. and Friday College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive be sustained during the last few years of the term of tire per- mit." The decision would amend an existing permit and allow TransCanada to remove 22 3CO cubic feet over a 25- year period ending in October, 19M. The board estimated that re- maining established reserves of gas in Alberta at Dec. 31, 1909, amounted to cubic feet and that reserves are growing at the rate of more than cubic feet a year. It estimated Alberta's 30-year requirements for gas, until 1999, will be cubic feet. I "CANT WAIT TO GROW let's see, I think lipstick wow, I'm Two-year-old that's how mommy, fixes her hair then just a dab. Eggitt of New Maiden, England, Is iiks little girls the of powder for the shine on the nose and a touch of world over-she can't wait to grow LOW, 10W PRICES HEALTH BEAUTY DEPT. NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM Soothing for sun- burn, medicated, 6 ounce jar, regular Woalco price 1.17. SALE .MENNEN SPEED STICK 3 ounce men's stick deodorant, regular Woolco price 1.09. SALE SOFT DRI Women's spray antl- perspirant, 7 ounce, regular Woolen price 1.69, 1 1Q Eli IW COPPERTONE Choose from Oil or Lotion 4 ounce, or Tanning Buller 4. ounce. 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