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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurtdoy, July 30, 1970 Venereal Disease Rise Is Cause For Concern By BOB DOUGLAS OTTAWA (OP) Health de- partment b f f i c i a 1 s are con- cerned about the rising incid- ence of venereal disease in Can- ada. matter is serious enough that it is likely to be on the agenda of a federal-provincial conference of health officials in October. Latest health department sta- tistics show that there were reported cases of gonor- rhea to the end of June this year compared to cases New World Grain Pact Talks Held OTTAWA (CP) Otto Lang, minister responsible for gram marketing said today explora- tory talks have been held on a new international grains agree- ment and Canada is hopeful of success. Nixon Signs New Ciime Laws Bill SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) President Nixon signed into law Wednesday the controver- sial District of Columbia _ crime bill, which permits police to break into homes unannounced and the pre-trial jailing of cer- tain defendants. Nixon signed the bulky docu- ment at his retreat here five days after the bill cleared the Senate. The measure is aimed at low- ering the crime rate in the U.S. capital but is expected to serve as a model for the states. The legislation expands police authority for wiretapping under court order; sets mandatory minimum sentences for second offenders convicted of armed vi- olent crimes; allows adult trials {or Juveniles charged with vio- lent crimes; provides more judges and creates a public-de- fender system. It allows pre-trial jailing of persons adjudged likely to en- danger community safety anc authorizes police to enter homes without knocking while execut- ing certain search and arrest warrants. SMELL ANGERS Stinging insects seem to be ir ritated by sweet-smelling people redolent of hair oil, tonics, col ogne, strong perfume anc scented soap. Two officials of the trade de- partment will attend a four-day conference opening next Mon- day in Geneva, called by the United Nations Conference or Trade and Development to star work on a new agreement re- placing the one that expires next June 30. The current one the International Grains AT rangement, has been ineffective because world price have fallen below its mini mums. "International agreement make sense, and we suppor working towards a new confer Mr. Lang told a new conference. Next week's conference i likely to be followed by a ftaa conference to b eld next January or February Canada, the six-nation Euro >ean Common Market, and 1 >ther countries will participat in the Geneva talks. W. C. McNamara, head of th Canadian wheat board, sai Canada sitll is selling wheat t Communist China and that tha market looks like a permanen one for Canada. Deliveries ar still being made on a sales con tract negotiated in February and talks are about to start o he coming crop year's sales. Mr. McNamara said th wheat board's contact wil Communist China's grain bu; ers go on independently of Can ada's talks with Chinese dipl mats in Stockholm about recot nition and an exchange of em jassies. As far as the Chinese grai juyers are concerned, Mr McNamara said, "we've g every confidence in their era bility as far as we are co cerned. "They've met every paymer on the deadline, and it looks lik China is going to become a pe manent market for Canadi" wheat." EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MIKE HANZEL STREET SOUTH the same period last year. There were reported ases of syphilis to the end of une, exactly the same as in the ime period last year. Dr. Stan Acres, medical con- ultant in epidemiology in the ealth department, says no con- usions can be drawn from the yphilis figures as the incidence 1 syphilis fluctuates annually. But the upward swing in gon- rrhea "seerris to be continu- he said. The Dominion Bureau of Sta- istics reported two weeks ago lat the number of verereal dis- ase cases rose to in 1969 rom in 1968. This is an increase in the rate er population to 140.4 rom 119.3. Dr. Acres said the federal role is mainly vision of booklets and film trips. Provincial health depart ments provide clinical care ami receive reports directly from doctors. SOME OBSCURE Not all cases of venereal dis ease are reported. U.S. authon- ies estimate that the number of persons treated is three times ligher th-n the number re- wrted. "Undoubtedly, we have a sun lar situation Dr. Acres said. Gonorrhea is difficult to control. "The difficulty with gonor rhea is that it has such a shor ncubation Dr. Acres said. "Within 48 hours a person can have the full-blown symp :oms. "By this time, contacts have probably coma down with the infection and infected severa other people." Both syphilis and gonorrhe are spread through sexual inter course. The long-term effects of sy philis are generally more sever with one in 15 untreated case developing heart problems; on in 25 cases becoming totall crippled; one in 50 cases becom ing insane; and one in 200 case, becoming blind. Sufferers from gonorrhea gen erally seek medical treatmen quickly as the disease is rn tially more painful than syphili md shows up much sooner. It has been treated quite su cessfully with penicillin thoug some strains apparently resis it. If untreated, gonorrhea, or rare occasions, can cause steril 'ity in both men and women. It can also spread throughoi the body and enter the join causing arthritis. But this again very rare Canadian Band To Edinburgh OTTAWA (CP) -A compos- ite pipe and drum band will rep- resent Canada at the annual military tattoo in Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug. 9 to Sept. 13, the defence department announced Wednesday. The 56-piece band has been selected from the A_ gyll and Sutherland Hig landers, Hamilton, the Highland Fusiliers of Canada, Kitchener, Ont.; the Lome Scots, Bramp- ton, Ont., and the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, Winni- peg. MAVERICK BONUS DAYS! OVER 17 UNITS IN STOCK Buy A New MAVERICK As Low as OR JUST DOWN AND PER MONTH OR DO YOU NEED A LARGER CAR AT MAVERICK PRICES SEE OUR 1970 CUSTOM 500 FORD 2 DOOR HARDTOP 6 Cyl., standard franimiMion. As Low A. or Dowr, and Mo Check these special Used Bargains 1965 RAMBLER CLASSIC 4-DOOR Auto, trans., radio, good paint CCQC and rubber. Only 1967 BARRACUDA 2-DOOR HARDTOP V8 engine, automatic trans., C91QE radio, low mileage...... 1964 DODGE 4-DOOR 300 wagon, V3, auto., radio. CCQC Good rubber.............. 1966 FORD 4-DOOR 6 cyl., auto., radio. Good paint. CQQC A well kept car........... 1966 CORTINA 4-DOOR New paint good rubber. Radio.................... '1966 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 4 door hardtop, V8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, new paint, a real C1AQR ,harp looker............ 1966 CHRYSUR 300 4-DOOR SEDAN V8 motor, auto., radio, power steering. power brakes. 1963 RAMBLER 4-DOOR WAGON 6 cylinder, automatic................ qr-iirir 1965 METEOR 4-DOOR V8, automatic, radio, C1 295 tires, new paint. T 1962 RAMBLER 4 door sedan.......... 1960 RAMBLER 4 door sedan.......... 1969 T-800 TANDEM speed, 4 speed aux., C 7 low mileage............ "VV :A'.i 1718 3rd Avenue Sooth Phone 328-5526 ON'S End Of Season Fashion Clearance... Save Up To 50% Save 5.01 to 10.01 Summer Dresses Regular 16.00 to 30.00 An end-of-season clearance of colourful summer dresses. Many and colours, and patterns to choose from. Be prompt to share in this exciting value all our summer stock is included in this excellent selection. Sizes 7 to 15, 12 to 20 and 16V4 to 24V4. SALE, each Dresses, Main riouf Save 1.00 to 4.01 Summer Dusters and Flings Regular 3.99 to 10.00 Out they go a wonderful collection of summer dusters and flings, all marked 'way low for quick clearance. Plain and printed fabrics, cottons and fortrels and cotton combinations. Sleeveless and short Waltjength. Assorted spring shades. Sizes: small, medium and large. Lingerie, Main Floor Half-Price Spring, Summer Hats Regular 3.00 to 16.00 Look at the value here half-price value that seldom comes your way all priced at extra ordinary savings. Brims, cloches, pill boxes and ed fabrics and colours. SALE, Half-Price, each (H ,4jf Millinery, Main Floor Priced To Clear Spring Coats Two sroups to choose from group number one marked to half the regular price and group two with a saving of 5.01 to 16.01. Regular 40.00 to 70.00. Lovely coats priced to clear quickly. IALE, Half-Price, each 4 A 13 w .99 to a-rc, Roaular 16.00 to 36.00. 4 ft, 99 4 Q-99 Extra-ordinary value here in smort spring coats. .Ill I O IAIE, wen w I0 Save 99c to 10.01 Sportswear Co-Ordinates Regular 1.99 to 30.00 You'll be delighted with the value here. Shorts, toppers, slacks, blouses, sweaters, jackets all priced at an end-of-season saving Of course you had better be prompt as they will dear ouMqu.ckly at this handsome saving. ,QQ Women's Coali, Main Floor SALE, each 1M9 Women's Sportswear, Main Floor Save 20.01 to 57.50 Women's Winter Coats i Regular 65.00 fo 115.00 Witt) cool weather not too far away you'll want to share in this extra- ordinary value some of the coats half-price. Imported all wooli or simulated fur fabrics. Some with luxurious fur trims. Broken size range 10 fo 20 collectively. Colours: Black, Brown, Wine, Green and Beige. SALE, each... 44-" to 57 .50 Women's Moin Floor Buy Line 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday from 9 'Til 9. ;