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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Trudeau forced ............._ Wednesdcy, November 24, ,97, IHE tETHBPIDGE HERA1D 25 Pork replaces chicken OTTAWA (Cl'l-Prime. Min- ister Trudeau withdrew an of- fensive remark he made to an opposition member in the Com- mons Tuesday at the insistence of Speaker Luclcn Lamourcux. opix) ition mliei m p i use d 11 i M Mini eminent considered the leaks because of the moral public servants tak- ing matters into their own said such public servants were sometimes "egged on by II M, Irueleau had Mr Muir was-a j Ii rude i if'iwel he had Donald Jlaclnnis (PC-Cape ,k then f.M said V 1, d offended Mr. he had" A. Davey, direcKr the Hill Jl Mll'Ul ntiMin ''I'iclJjtUi't? (iC'JJill IIIK Ml S j.'lLl- plans f..r Breton-The Sydneys) whether i) STKI'S IN Opposition L e a d e r Ho il, s lot i1 u' t) i" 'is t name bcsmir I I h h it l-imu--m lhiu clarify his remark eir withdraw Trudeau. it., SPI I IMI I s Mr I iinoiiKil i d M v d v i nelraw the re-; findings public v i nelraw the re-; findings public. alsu Hi ether com-i But he himself suspected the proelue- question period. He was in the act of explain- ing the first when he made the second. r Having been asked a series oi questions on what the govern- ment was doing about the leaks U IIUJI 11 ic Mf 1 OYIGIH (11 l U 'J Lamoureux said he could not since charges were made liv MPs even' day that were not Icrks Ind come from somebody so, saying il in the prime minister's own of- v i n uide, t in 'ing now, that. lice W Clean air act hits filth havens CALGARY ,CP, some provinces with lax pollu- tion control programs, says Ken Lucas, assistant deputy minister of Environment Can- ada. Several provinces haven't be- gun to make an Tay-Sachs disease probe set TORONTO (CP> As many as one in 20 Jewish people in Toronto may be carriers of a genetic disorder that kills chil- dren by the time they are four, a Toronto doctor says. Dr J. A. Lowden said in an interview last night he plans to head a scries of six clinics, in co-operation with Jewish women's groups, begin- ning in January, to try to find carriers of the disorder, known as Tay-Sachs disease. He said he believes the dis- sociation. While Ontario nn Alb-ita have made good P oyess h" said, there might be. unfur competition ircm jun e> on who might be tempted to line industry by a Mi Un.'c toward pollution. i The clean air act will pro- n-eic a uniform approac- i across Canada, be said, and I will set UD mechanisms to com- plement and supplement pro- vincial legislation. The act provides the feeieral i government to assume a leael- I crship role in setting national I air quality objectives, a na- tional inventory of pollution sources, a national air pollu- tion monitoring network and action to control pollution from I federal -jurisdictions. I It also enables the govern- ment to enter into co-operative federal-provincial control pro- grams which would allow the federal authorities to take ac- tion in certain situations. Mr Lucas said he expects i Environment Canada will fos- ter research into removing un- I wanted substances such phur from fuels. Reg may also be mitten concerning automotive fuel additives, es- K LAMOUHEVX Slaps PM's wrist "Wliile lower fcc'l costs will be welcomed by poultry and egg tlv.-y may lead to im- paneled hog markctir-'.'s in lain Mr. Davey iclei the meet- ing of farm Etccks cf poultry increa-ed tn pounds at Se-r.t. _1 this year, up 17.4 million pounds from 1970- Hog prices dropped considerably as faim- ers flooded lev.' market with grain-fed porkers. Abr.ul in mil- lion hags will he sold by Cana- dian farmers this year, up ircm ,1.6 million last year and the re- cent annual average sbrau 7.3 milliri head. J. Ross Cameron of Ihe Mani- toba department of agriculiure, en Mr. Havey's prediction, said there is a need to keen s'orage inventories of poultry low by maintaininc a steady weekly flow into mar- kets. MAY LIMIT SUPPLIES Poultry in Quebec." Ontario ar.d Manitoba L. inat'.-'l that p r o d i c t i o n and Mr. '-anu'1 n, will decrease I itrv ra'isers 'ly in nevl several tUKgg pwiucers. Mr.' Pavey while prices should said" ui-e suffering Ihe lowtsi ________________ j Heart disease guinea pigs TORONTO (CP) Five University of Toronto doctors i have used themselves as guinea pigs to find oul more about a common and sonie- j times fatal complication of i heart disease. The tesls. conducted at Hospital for Sick Children, in volvcd the deliberate buildup of fluid in their lungs to pro- duce a condition called pul- monary edema. Dr. Arthur Bryan, an anes- thetist and one cf the doctors, said all five were given large doses, of an intravenous saline solution. "We all got a bit fat in the face and our volets got husky." he said in an inter- view" Monday. "V.'e usually act as our own guinea pigs hn-au.-e il is nimpl'-r that When fluid builds up In the. U'.e sn'ail airwavs he- conic' elor.od off by "litilc cuffs of fluid." Dr. Bryan Parts of the lunp do not vintilaled and Mop work- ing effectively. As a result the patien! suffers a shortage of oxygen in the body. He '-aid the doc-'.o-i did not fcr-1 the teas were- risky. Dc-reles loarning Hie earliest of pulmraa1'.1.- edema in people with bean failure or in i children born wilh abnormal 1 hearts, the doctors wanted to find ou1 mare about giving fluids intravenously. i Men have looked on lightning- ?.s one of the great mysteries of nature. lie Listenin asure of Top Stereo JL Tay-Sachs disease occurs in one of 4.000 live births among! Jews, mainly those who come! from eastern Em-ope. It is rare' outside the Jewish population. Dr Lowden. an associate sci- entist at the Hospital for Sick Children, said in oases where! both parents arc earners, there is a one-in-four chance the child will be born with the disorder. Where test results show the parents are carriers, further tests can be carried ou; early in the pregnancy of the mother to determine if the disease is present. Dr Lowden said he would recommend therapeutic abor- tion in positive cases. Copper price down in wake of U.S. cut TORONTO (CP> Interna- tional Nickel Co. of Canada Ltd. has announced an immediate cut. in the price of copper, fol- lowing a similar move by major United States producers Men- day. Inco's now domestic price lor ORC copper will be M1 j cents U.S. a pound, down from such pollutants as mercury, as- bestos and beryllium with "si nificant danger" to human; health. I Automobile owners Officials in the Canadian in- dustry traced I ho U.S. cuts to the general uncertainty regard- ing Fire outlook for copper con- sumption this year and ree.-nl weak prices on the fandon Metal Exchange. A spokesman for Noranda Sales Corp., marketing arm of Noranda Minos Ltd.. said the industry is likely to remain in low gear for the balance of the year. A strong recovery in the U.S. e-conomy was needed to in- crease copper consumption. high CALGARY (CPI Autcmo- bile buyers will pay a high price for safety and lution control devices and shoulel a vote in seltmg stan- dards, F.IVS Alan K. Rcelner, president of the Automotive In- dustries Association of Canada. Chance's required to meet l-.S. standards set for 1975 will add sr.OO to Sl.dOO to the price of a car he said ui an interview. I Canada will likely follow the U.S. standards, he said, and the consumer has go! to have a i in whether he wants to pay i the cost. The automobile is likely to re- main the prime means of trans- portation in the foreseeable fu- ture, he said. is a dofinilc trend m Canada toward smaller cars bclh domestic and imported ,-nd the big auto makers will have to increase their predic- tion of smaller models. Cadmium limits M'l n pet I Meeting set (API Chanrellor Willy llrandl v.ill meet French PreMelent (ieorgrs Pompidou in Paris Dee. 0 and 4 in a bid to Witle monetary differences be- tween t h e two countries, the government announced today. HOI1X SAFI. Moroci-o i AP i A Mo- re- n woman about 3" years old rave birth to quadruplets, he-dthy boys while travel- He in a bus in ihe province of Snfi 120 miles south of Casa- bi-nc.i Ihe news MAP reported. OTTAWA (OPi New regu- lations limiting cadmium con- I lent of glawd fooel containers wen- announceel here by die i e-onsnnier and corporate affairs 1 department. Tin- regulations, introduced imdei- the Produets Act set a standard of one-naif of ene nan per million of cad miiim for ceramic cont.-iinors. Cadmium is an element ivhat similar to lead, used to color some polterv glazes ai el may he released by prolonged i contact wilh acidic foods suell i i as fruit juices. The department said, hoi ever, that Ihe cadmium is not in common use. althouch some pieces of pottery that elo not comply wilh the standard may j already be in Canadian homes Consumers were urged to use glass or plastic containers for I storing acidic loods. V V Utl M IUUI M MitHeintje Columb'0 Polydor TC Freddie Hatt l''lack ?'lllllillh EosyLovm' A Master of Reality .49 Capitol 4 James Tiiyleir Dcrp Purple Mud Slide Slim J.-j.y Fireball Kmnev K'nneY Greatest Hits Kinney j i nl rillmorc East Kinney ,G i k-i (lill NCV011> Teaser and 1hc Firecat A M Every Picture I Tells a Story London STORE HOURS: Open 9 c, n, .o 5 30 p.m. Wcdnosd.y 9 e.n, to pm. Thursday and F Capitol 'I 17 Quobty-Bell 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Villnrje. 32S.95 ;