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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LETHBRIDOI HIRAID Friday, 2, 1972 IHIVMHHHBI WEEKEND SPECIALS at MARTENS COALDALE Open Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 8 tc 9 p.m. CENTRE VILLAGE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ALSO FEATURES FREE DELIVERY! STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1972 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Tablerite Canada Choice Beef Chuck Roasts or Round Bone Roast Tablerite Canada Choice Beef Chuck Steaks IGA DESSERT PEARS 14 fl. 01. tins BURNS SPORK 12-ot. tin PURITAN MUSHROOM SOUP 10 fl. 01. tins c KLEENEX 200% 3 colors 3 pkgs. KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP 32-oz. jar PUNCH Laundry Detergent 5-lb. box............ CHASE AND SAN BORN COFFEE Mb. bag Red Grapes AQ CANADA NO. 1 PEACHES PLAY IGA BLACKOUT BINGO CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ONLY THIS WEEK JACKPOT PINK CARDS BINGO LAST WEEK'S WINNER MRS. F. ROHALY 1220 7th St. N. Canada to submit papers on human environment By GLENNIS ZILM OTTAWA (CP) Canada present two background papers during the United Nations Con- ference on the Human Environ- ment in Stockholm, Sweden, next week. One outlines the 1969 mercury crisis and the other de- scribes the Saint John River basin planning and manage- ment program involving inter- governmental jurisdictions. Nancy Burpee, secretary to the Canadian preparatory com- mittee, Wednesday said the pa- pers were selected from dozens submitted from all around the world! Of the more than 50 pa- pers submitted from Canada, only two were selected for pres- entation by the UN committee. F. A. J. Armstrong, of the Freshwater Fisheries Institute in Winnipeg, prepared the paper on mercury. In the paper he said: "Much can be gained by reas- sessing the mercury crisis in Canada.... It showed that pol- lution will not stay within nar- row boundaries, that highly spe- cialized scientific and technical resources must be mobilized to cope with such a crisis, that harm may come in many ways and to innocent people, and that a concern for the environment can no longer be overlooked in decision centres throughout the country-" DESCRIBES CRISIS Dr. Armstrong described the crisis, starting with its first re- port in November, 1969, when fish from the Saskatchewan River were found to contain ab- normal amounts of mercury. Mercury has many commer- cial and scientific uses in instru- ments, medical and dental prep- arations, fungicides, plastics and in electrolytic processes, he said. "By 1969, mercury consump- tion by Canadian industries reached pounds annually without anyone realizing where it was going and few heeded the Sailor to face charge of murder TJATTTTAY A 97_vpar. early vamings of the crisis to, follow." The extent of the environmen-. tal p o 11 u t i o n from mercury wastes inCanadian waters wasn't known until well into 1970. The Saskatchewan River emp- ties into the Arctic Ocean and contamination of fish there was found. The Great Lakes next were identified as contami- nated, with Atlantic fisheries also affected and the United States drawn into the problem. Large fishing areas had to be closed and costs to the nation, to its industries, to its people have run into the millions, he ;aid old crewmember of a Japanese fishing vessel has been escorted back to Japan by two members of the Maritimes Safety Agency of that country where it is ex- pected he will be charged in connection with a murder on the high sea, police said here. Sbinkichi Kakaoka was to be charged in the stabbing of Kat- sumi lida, in his late 20s, some- where between Halifax and Newfoundland May 14. Both men were members of the ves- sel Ryoun II. The matter was first brought to the attention of police May 15 by Pickford and Black Ltd., agents for the vessel. The vessel arrived in Halifax May 13. Kakaoka was held in custody on board the vessel and the body was kept in refrigera- tion on the trawler until May 25 when an autopsy was per- formed. The two policemen, Zenicki Kono and Tetsuo Amazato, left with Kakaofca Monday by plane for Japan where the investiga- tion will be completed. lida's body was sent to Mont- real for cremation and his ashes sent back to Japan. Moon dust space model missing RAETTVIK. Sweden (Reuter) Officials in four countries were frantically searching today for precious samples of moon dust and a scale model of the Soviet spacecraft Vostok in which the late Yuri Gagarin made man's first flight in space in 1961. Reuter erroneously reported Wednesday that the Vostok craft itself was missing. The 24-foot high model disap- peared without trace while en route overland from Moscow to a Soviet space exhibition open- ing shortly in this central Swed- ish town. It would have been the first time the model has been seen in the West. With it vanished the samples of moon dust, estimated by the Russians to be valued at 18 mil- lion rubles (nearly A spokesman for the exhibi- tion's organizers said the Vostok model was extremely valuable and it had been necessary to get special clearance from Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin before the moon dust was allowed out of the Soviet Union. The missing cargo was last heard of in a Polish railway yard at the weekend. TOOTHLESS 7'irtle1; lack teeth, but their horny bills will tear plant and matter. Direct costs to the fishing in- dustries probably would run to about million annually and this wiU recur for some years. Residues in the environment still must be coped with and more research is being carried on so further crisises can be avoided. Canada's second paper, pre- pared by the inland waters branch planning division of En- vironment Canada, describes one major water research pro- gram currently being carried on. The Saint John River basin is a major international waterway rising in the state of Maine and in Quebec and flowing New Brunswick to the Atlantic. Under a 1970 agreement, the federal and provincial govern- ments have undertaken a com- prehensive three-year water resource planning pro- gram, the paper said. The plan proposes both programs for re- viving the river and for its fu- ture use. The Saint John project repre- sents "one approach to planning within a complex inter-jurisdic- tional the paper said. Canada's six-man official del- egation, headed by Environ- ment Minister Jack Davis, leaves Friday for Stockholm. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easv, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not show you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; If reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and SIMPSONS-SEARS BEDDING OUT 2 Petunias, Alyssum, Marigold and many others of your favor- ite bedding flowers all waiting their chance to brighten your garden. A few hours of patient work now rnsans a blaze of colour all summer. But hurry as these baskets must cleared. Rose and flower spray. You don't have to be an expert gardener to stop Insects or black spot disease from spoiling your flowers. Aerosol spray is easy to use. In new economy 17-oz. size. Only........... i Protects against insects and weeds. Each application good for six weeks. In 5-lb. can. Only J.98 for porch or patio Patio make your garden en entertainment center. 6 large lights in assorted colours. 15-ft. cord......... Torches for high style lighting. With snuffer caps; kills mosquitos; choice of 4 colours. Burns in breeze................................. TORCH FUEL For above item.................................. y.98 698 2.49 Insect Fogger. Kills the mosquitoes and black flies around your yard, cottage or campsite. Includes fogger, insecticide and cylinder........................ 35 .99 PHOSPHATE SULPHATE 16-20-0 FERTILIZER Reg. 50 bag .98 sHnuiTT LIMITED wake-up fertilizer contains nitrogen for rapid healthy growth, early root formation and sul- phur for that dark, green color. SHEEP MANURE 4.44 50-Ib. bog Reg. Can be used for lawn, trees, shrubs, flowers, vegetables and berries. as directed.) Sheep Manure is pulver- ized and weed free. An all organic fertilizer. 10-6-4 LAWN FOOD 99 40-lb. bag..... For quick greening of lawn, it will do up to sq. ft. per bag. Also ideal for hedges, trees and gardens. 5-5-0 LAWN FOOD 50-lb. bag Reg. bag of 5-5-0 adds humus to feed the grass and improve the soil. Long lasting this all organic lawn food will not burn. Garden Shop Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;