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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 100% Nylon Stretch T-Shirt Widneiday, March 1, WJ THS IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 doctors ivurn money (bless it) is dirty CHICAGO (AP) Money Is dirty, two doctors have- concluded. Writing in the Journal of the American Medical Asso- ciation, Drs. Bercl Ahrams and Norton Waterman of the University of Louisville School ol Medicine wan1, that money is contaminated with germs. The doctors borrowed worth of coins of all denominations and S150 worth of small bills from assorted individuals and ran labora- tory tests on them. They found that 13 per cent of the coins and 42 per cent ot the bills were contami nated with bacteria which might cause disease, This prompted the re- searchers to advise: "get rid of your money rapidly." To which they added: "This isn't much of a prob- lem for most of Printed Nylon Knit T-Shirt 8. Lonj- slcovc slylo wilh (lore 'U' neck and side slits. Brown, Novy, Red, Siies 12 lo 18. EACH Short Sleeve T-Sliirt in Acrylic and Rayon Blend C. Semi vcop nccl-. nnrj molchincj lace. Novy, White. Blue, S M I. EACH LADIIE5' CRIMP KNIT DRESS, Short sleeve style with [eweI neck and front Rbuttons. Combination of Beiae Shrimp, Turquoise or Lilac, Sizes 10 Sto 16. J IE. SHORT SLEEVE CRIMP KNIT DRESS. Scoop neck, conlrast front yoke ond Jbell. Sizes 10 to 18. [F. LADIES' CRIMP KNIT DRKS with jewel neck, short sleeves, front buttons rand round liem. Combination of While wilh Royal, Reel, Navy. Sizes 10 llo 18. i SHORT SLEEVE CRIMP KNIT DRESS with scoop neck, neck band wilh Sback zipper. Lilac, Turquoise or Novy. Sizes 10 to 18. EACH Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday flnrf Friday 9 a.m. fo 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Theatre fined SASKATOON fCP) A clly llieatre was lined in mag- s t r a t e 's court Tuesday for showing the film The Steward- esses. Judge R. H. King levied the Fine on the Daylight Theatre Co. Lid., of Saskatoon, owner of the Midtown Theatre, for showing obscene entertainment. Judge King said that the film, seized by cily police in Decem- ber, showed undue exploitation of sex and that sex was the prominent characteristic of ths film. The film recently was re- moved voluntarily from the British Columbia theatre circuit by Famous Players Theatres. Judge King said the film, about the off-duty lives of air- line stewardesses, falls snorl ot the community's standards of morality and is expressly de- signed to show sex acts in graphic, gross and degrading manner. Defence counsel said an ap- peal will be considered. the trial, Milton Par- ker, acting director of the thea- tres branch of the Saskatche- van labor department, testified hat he did not consider the movie obscene. Ho classifies ilms in the province. Fairbanks never really retired A special showing of the movie was given last week (or Judge King and lawyers for both sides. Sniffing posts at ivorh NEVIS, AHa. (GT) At least 21 so-called sniffing to de- tect odorous hydrogen sulphide gas will surround the Chevron Standard Lid. natural gas proc- essing plant near here, 85 miles northeast of Edmonton. But you won't sec men sniff- ing at the 21 locations. The monitoring will be done byanlnstrument sensitive enough to read to .05 parts per million of the pas, a byproduct in the refining process of natu- ral gas. The monitoring stations' or sniffing posts its they are known, a requirement of the Alberta energy resources conservation Ixiard in granting the plant an expanded produc- tion capacity to 95-million cubic feet of raw gas a day from 80- miHion. The ruling followed com- plaints from farmers in the area who said they were trou- bled by emissions from tho plant. PALM BEACH, Pla. (Reuter) Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., now 62, says, "I never officially re- tired, you know. The work was affecting my health and my at- tention was directed more and more to business affairs, so I turned down some plays and movies. "After several years it came to me one day that I must have retired." A lack of formal retirement makes it easier for Fairbanks to return quietly In the theatre when he chooses. Last year, lie played Professor Higgins in ri Los Angeles-San Francisco re- vival of My Fair Lady. Fairbanks was relaxing at his Palm Beach home between ap- pearances in a revival of a 1958 hit, The Pleasure of His Com- pany. The comedy opened in the posh Palm Beach Roya! Poinci- ana Playhouse for a week, then moved to Fort Lauderdale for a two-week run. Pleasure was reviewed by Palm Beach area critics as ua period good example of a bygone style." Fairbanks doesn't think it's dated. "It goes on being a hit wherever it's played, whoever plays he said "I don't think any play is dated if it keeps your interest." Like his retirement, becoming an artor was not his decision. "It was decided for me by economics. I was offered a job acting vrhen I needed the money. "My father was vehemently opposed, you know. He never wanted me to become an actor and I don't think he ever real- ized I only did it because I needed tlic money." The actor who heads his own company, Dougfsir Corp., with offices in New York and Lon Pox kill TOO DACCA (Reutert At least ICO persons' have died of small- pox in the southern Bangladesh coastal district of Barisal, ths Bangladesh news agency re- ported Tuesday. don, avoided answering whether he will go back to acting. "I just don't plan anything. It was nearly 40 years before I retired and, as 1 said, I did then because it was wrecking my health. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS "That Mud of vrork demands you put everything on the line. It's exhausting. But here I am, doing it again." DRINKING DRIVERS PARIS