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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIB Friday, July 30, 1971 TORONTO (CP) A short- age of community pharmacies could hamper seriously the in- clusion of dings in government medical care programs, the Commission on Pharmaceutical Services saitl Thursday. The commission said in a 500- page report there was a decline of more than 200 in the number of pharmacies in Canada be- tween 1962 and 1969, with On- tario showing the greatest drop. If the trend continues, the re- port said, more communities will be left without the services I of a pharmacy, "which could impede the availability of dings to the public." The three-year study sponsored by the Can; Pharmaceutical Association. Chairman was Dr. J. B. Mac- Donald, executive director the Council of Ontario Universi- ties. The report said the decreas- ing number of pharmacies was due in part to consolidation, with the dispensing now being Oddities in the News SEX AND THE AGED LONDON (AP) Men and women can continue making Jove into their 90's. They gen- erally don't because they are bored with the same partners or have succumbed too easily to their age, a London physi- cian says. Dr. Myles Lask, a general practitioner in his 60's, urges doctors to treat the problem of sex and the aged more seri- ously. He writes in Pulse, a doc- tor's newspaper, that figures show the average man stops having regular sexual inter- course at 68 if he is married or 58 if a bachelor. If partners are reasonably healthy there is no reason sexual activity cannot go on into the 70s, 80s and 90s, Lask says. LAYS GREEN EGGS LONDON (AP) Clara, a hen who laid green eggs, is a money-maker for farmer Roy Smith. Or was. One egg has been sold for and Smith expects two to fetch up to each at a London auction. "But Clara hasn't laid green egg for more than complained the wor- ried owner of the bird many experts believe is a throwback to an ancient breed chicken. "I think all the attention she has been getting has made her said Smith. STOCK CAR RACING FOOTHILLS SPEEDWAY LUNDBRECK SUNDAY, AUG. 1st Timetrials p.m. Racing p.m. lc CCS raid ngs was ian ion. lac-of TSl-eas-was ion, stores done in fewer, but larger pharmacies. The report also said hospitals and governments purcha se drugs for less than the retail pharmacies pay. This "discriminates against the community pharmacist and in effect, means that the consumer who pays privately for his prescription drugs is subsidizing consumers who receive their drugs from hospitals and government sources." The commission also recommended that there be a re-classification o f non-prescription drugs to identify those drugs which are restricted for sale in a pharmacy under the supervision of a pharmacist and those drugs which require the actual participation of a pharmacist at the point of Christina Onassis, 20 year eld daughter of Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, is honeymooning after being married in a civil ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada to Joseph Bokker, 47, a Hollywood real estate wanted ads purged of sex tags WINNIPEG (CP) Winnipeg's two daily newsapers lave revised their help-wanted advertisements to conform with a Manitoba Human Rights Act prohibition against sex designa-Jon. The Free Press and The Tribune changed their help-wanted classifications earlier this year to read male or female, female or male and male and female. Previously they had run separate columns for male and female help. The change was declared unacceptable by the Manitoba Human Rights Commission, however, and the new columns are broken down into a number of job categories without reference to sex. Persons looking 'or work still are permitted to specify their sex in jobs-wanted ads. Manitoba dailies outside Winnipeg already group their advertisements under a single help-wanted loan avai EDMONTON (CP) Agriculture minister H. A. Ruste announced here a government guaranteed loan of up to lable 000 will be made available immediately to help alleviate egg marketing problems for small producers. Air. Euste said the money, loaned to the Alberta Egg and Fowl Marketing Board, will be used to btw and market eggs from small producers. The minister also announced a survey has been authorized to determine how to enlarge Alberta's share of the commercial and instutional food industry. RAPESEED DAMAGE Mr. Ruste said, "tin's type of business should soon reach a level of million annually in Alberta and our objective is to secure a greater shart of that market for Alberta farmers." Mr. Ruste also advised farmers to check their rapes e e d crops for damage by the beet webworm. He said extensive damage has already been caused in some areas and it could get worse "unless farmers take immediate control stays NDP GRAVELBOURG, Sask (CP) A judicial recount has eon-firmed the election of New Democratic Party candidate Reg Gross in the June 23 Saskatchewan general election it was announced here. The recount showed Mr. Gross with 44 votes more than Lionel Coderre, municiapl affairs minister in the former Liberal government. Mr. Gross held a 44-vote lead after the counting on election night. The NDP now have 45 of GO seats in the house and the Liberals 14. Morse constituency was left vacant last week with the death of former Premier Ross Thatcher. Another recount is in progress in Athabasca where Liberal Allan Guy, former municipal affairs minister, held a s edge on the NDP's Robert Dalby. terms may cause hiffy beefs REGINA (CP) Visitors not familiar with cattle terms couJd have some embarrassing moments here during Buffalo Days, the city's annual exhibition which starts Sunday. During the week-long celebration the city takes on a pioneer days atmosphere and at least one large department store has changed the name of its men's and women's w a s h r o oms to "steers" and sk a 5 a oy for cts JO) a a or-my ck of he plague cuts audience at DENTURE 1 CLINIC 1 EDDY DIETRICH 1 Certified Dental Mechanic I Capitol Furniture Bldg, I PHONE 328'7684Mfl plague's the thing at the Kootenay Lake summer theatre. It's a plague of mosquitoes, and the pesky intruders have been cutting and itching audiences sharply since the 16-member company opened its season July 1. Since then, the top attendance has been 42; and the low a sum total of two. 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