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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta t2 ISTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 1, 1973- Gov't plans lo eliminate prison guard uniforms KINGSTON. Ont. (CP) Tlie Whig-Standard sajs it has learned that most guaids and employees in federal peniten- tiaries will not wear uniforms after Aug. 1 Roi. information direc- tor for the Canadian penitentiary service in Ottawa, j said m a telephone interview that the plan has been ap- pro; ed, bv both the Public Service Alliance, the solicitor- generals component Mhich rep- resents the guards, and by the treasiry board i Onlv guards in out-1 side security will continue to uniforms after that date he said. The reason for the decision he said, was a change in philoS' ophy regarding rehabilitation ol prisoners. "As we get more and more into the living unit concept we hope that this will lessen the barriers and close the gap be- Ueen guards and he said. "The guards are to act as counsellors for the inmate and we v ant the rapport to be infor mal" The guards ill receive a payment for a clothing allow- ance that will be retroactive to April 1. Gapitilize on ji TvlONEY-MAKING EXPERIENCE by attending the PRODUCT DESIGN SEMINAR. Get new design ideas and skillful design innovations to PROFIT YOUR BUSINESS or INDUSTRY Thursday, June 7, 1973 Jubilee Auditorium Room, Edmonton Program: p.m. Reception: p.m. Friday, June 8, 1973 Holiday Inn Salons A B, Calgary Program: p.m. Reception: p.m. (Ball Room) Liberia INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE Industrial Developement Branch Gently, mother Pax, a Siamese cat owned by a Moose Jaw resident, has quite a mouthful as she carries one of her litter of five back to the family after it had wandered away. Food oils hazard hassle near end By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Burean OTTAWA The still-sim- mering, and at times in the past the bubbling, controversy about possible long-term haz- ards to humans from certain :ood oils may soon end. If not that, at least the "scientific' cards will soon be on the table, n public view. Health Minister Marc Lalonde confirmed yesterday outside the Commons that he has finally re- ceived the report of Ins special advisory committee on food oils containing "long chain fatty Canadians, that KUNG HOTEL TAVERN TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY 'Ghost Notional String Band' DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE I TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "SUDS" means mainly marine oils and rapeseed oils used in such prod- ucts as margarines, cooking oils and salad dressings. The special advisory com- mittee, composed of non-gov- ernment food experts, recently completed what health depart- ment officials describe as a "thorough review of all relevant scientific information" on the human health implications of the various food oils. The review had been sparked last fall by reports that even the new Canadian rapeseed varieties low in the long chain fatty acid, erucic acid, seemed to cause fatty infiltrations in animal experiments and might therefore post hazards for hu- mans. Previously, older rape- seed varieties with higher amounts of erucic acid had been linked to heart tissue dam- age and fatty infiltration in ani- mal experiments. There are similar concerns about marine oils which also contain related long chain fatty acids. Tuesday, it was learned that recommendations for govern- ment action, based on the advi- sory committees review, are now being prepared for the health minister. More important perhaps, both Health Minister Lalonde and Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan said Tuesday outside the Commons that they see no reason why the final report of the advisory committee should not be made public as soon as possible. Blob from sky scares housewife DALLAS (CP) It came from the sky, grew rapidly in size in the backyard of a Dal- las housewife but then shriv- elled and died before re- searchers had time to study it fully. That's the story of the Dal- las blob which attracted con- siderable local attention after a local newspaper reported its existence. Marie Harris said the blob, which suddenly appeared in her backyard, was a jelly-like mass that pulsated, bled, foamed and resisted all ef- forts to kill it. "It started out the size of two oatmeal Mrs. Harris said. "But it grew to the size of 16 oatmeal cookies in a couple of weeks." By the time scientists from Growth International Inc. were called in, the blob was reported to have doubled to the size of 32 oatmeal cookies. BLOB WASHED AWAY After scientists sliced away a portion of the blob, tornado weather struck Dallas last weekend and heavy rains seemed to wash the blob away overnight. But the next morning, the blob was times as big and in three sections. Alberta, B.C. arrange study VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia and Alberta plan to co-operate on a study of ad- vanced education programs and facilities in northeastern BC. and northwestern Alber- ta, Education Minister Eileen Dailly announced today. She made the announcement jointly with Jim Foster, Alber- ta's minister of advanced edu- cation. The study will focus on organization, governance, co-or- dination and financing of ad- vanced education institutions in the two provinces. It was at this point that the Dallas newspaper ran its story. blob promptly died. "It Just shrivelled up, with- ered and said Mrs. Harris. A researcher for Growth In- ternational, a Colorado-based firm, confirmed that the blob came from the skies. He said the blob was a collection of spores which constantly land or. the earth's surface. TONS OF SPORES LAND "It comes down in we get tons of spores a day coming in from the at- the spores are the basis of its said the researcher, Arnold Dittman. "These spores could come from God knows where. It is, in fact, a bacterial mutation which nature creates when- ever conditions are conducive to its growth." Dittman said the Dallas blob was a collection of spores which fed and grew on the protein in Mrs. Harris's backyard and said its red color was due to the bacteria it contained. But Dittman said his com- pany didn't have enough time to fully examine its portion of the blob. "We can't analyse anything now because it's he said. Dittman discounted the the- ory that the blob might have travelled on a craft from outer space believed to have crashed at Aurora. Tex, 75 miles northwest of here, in 1897. Heat kills 59 MEXICO (Reuter) Fifty- nine children have died and thousands of people are suffer- ing from dehydration through- out the country in Mexico's worst heat wave in 30 years, the health ministry said here. HELMUT CLEUSEN for ARTISTIC LANDSCAPING HARDY TREIS and SHRUBS COMPLETE LINE of ANNUALS and PERENNIALS FREE ESTIMATES All Landscaping Finished in Your Choice of Bar Chips or Landscape Rock Phone 327-9730 In Atjociotion With Wcsttrn Canadian Ltd. Tl B fi fi a o 0 CANADIAN FRONTIER B g i i USEU BELMORE'S ALTAMONT COUTTS, ALBERTA Vintage Core, Airplanes, Tractors, Machinery, Guns, Rocks, Pioneer and Collectors Ron Antiques, Wildlife. Something of interest for everyone, quote "Everything from a postage stamp to an ail rig." 6 ACRES OF THE UNUSUAL Coffee Shop, Souvenirs, Camper Facilities Tourist Information Now Open to Serve You 7 Days A Week -October21 7a.m.to9p.m. B RED COACH LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY 'George Renaud' CORNIR 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 HOTEL Centre Village CARNIVAL DAYS Coming Mon. Sat., June 4th thru 9th Featuring McKay International Shows OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 RIDES FOR ALL AGES GIANT MIDWAY GAMES POPCORN CANDY FLOSS CANDY APPLES ALL ON THE PARKING LOT. SHOP THE CENTRE VILLAGE MERCHANTS FOR SPECIAL CARNIVAL OF VALUES! TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY COMEDYs Bob Newhart. p.m., Ch. 7. Carol decides that Howard Ba-den is the man for her, not realizing that his suave approach is the result of a pain kilter given him by his dentist. COMEDY: The Odd Couple, 7 p.m., Ch. 7. Richard Fred- ricks guest stars as himself in this episode. He is a leading baritone with the New York Opera. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Brady Bunch, All In the Family, FBI. COMEDY: Here We Go Again, p.m., Ch. 7. Susan and Richard Evans are newlyweds but npt for the first time. For each this is their second marriage. VARIETY: Hooray For Hollywood, p.m., Ch. IS. Don Adams, Don Rickles and Edie Adams in a comedy salute to Hollywood, narrated by Charlton Heston. VARIETY: Dean Martin, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Gene Kelly and Gilbert O'Sullivan are Dean's special guests. MOVIE DRAMA: "Eorba The 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A film about a lusty, warmhearted peasant on the island of Crete. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The a.m., Ch. 7. A reluctant secret agent involved in an assassination plot. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball 12 noon. Ch. 7. The California Angels meet the Yankees at New York. SPORT SPECIAL: Indianapolis 500. 4 p.m., Ch. 13. The 57th annual racing classic, plagued this xear with rain and fiery crashes- Scheduled to be run Monday, it was post- poned twice before it was completed on RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Rsdie and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Money McGIlI and Allan Bell Contemporary Contemporary Sports, Dow Farm News Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY N16HT Dave King 7 oo Jack Neufeld 12.00 Paul Tessler CHEC-PM SATURDAY News 6 05 Bury! 6-30 News I 35 Buryl Clarke 7.00 News News, Doug Marvin Music We Remember 7 05 Buryl 7.30 News 7-40 Sporti T.45 Buryl Clarke 8-00 News S.05 Buryl ic aoc News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whin, Bill Mathes-n; Brent Seely and Don Maclean, Farm and Ranch Doug Card FRIDAY NISHf 12.00 Jim Parsons 10-05 Jim Elliot Probe 1220 SATURDAY Ballley Show 00 World at SIX News 5.15 Soccer ReiulU Stan Ballley Show 6 05 Jadc Tny5 5 xo 1.00 Bruce Bowie Show 7.30 News, Wtnr, Sports MONDAY thru FRIDAY i a m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-0 6 p m 10 p m. Don Hedman 10 p m -12 midnight concerts. Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon 6pm. and Encores Don Hedman t p m.-l a m Dell-0 SUNDAYS m -1 p m Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concle) 12pm. The Gasthtus Hour (German program) 26pm. Don Hedman pm-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) Radio FRIDAY NIGHT 4-03 Home Run B 00 BBC News 10 15 10.30 12 00 5 M New t oo World at Six 6 30 As It Happens E 03 Between Ourselves 9.00 Music West 10 00 News, Sport, Wthr CBR 1010 Calgary Five Nights i Week 9 My Word 10 Major Progression SATURDAY Sounds Like Saturday t 00 News 8 45 Notice Board 9 00 News 10 10 From the Capitals 9 10 The Glums 30 Family Favorltei 03 This Country In the Morning