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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, 57, 1971 Poison study is noihins; new i ('I'1 I'onrern about Hit- fffii'l rraimnit of pi'.MH'kli'S mid in- dustrial writ's has aniffirwl in n'liilhch ri'ivnt linn's hill some 'wo si ii d y i rig 'he pvohk'm lov years. One is Hie loMi'olotjy re- .eart-h unit oi the British M c d i o a i Ri'M'iireh Coum'il which twj.'in in ISMR al UK- Chemical I'efeiK'e llcst'ardi Establishment in Pnrtcm. for years the main centre of Brit- ain's rhemleal-u arf.'ire re- search. Seirnlists there Inns before the war studying dangerous and bacteria. The toxicni.iyy unit, which moved in Carslialton near London in ha-; used hy the Wm-lri Health Unit since a reference centre for r'> ahliilins Inv forward" I'.S. Adm told a nou> runffTonre thf So- net navy now is the second- largest in the world while the Soviet submarine force is the largest. "this upsweep concerned and puzzled us. There is no par- allel in peacetime of such jjrowt h by v roi in t ry in his- tory. "Tbrir hijildinc rale nf nii- ,-lear is mrrpapinR al the alarming rale nf three In four Limes that of the alliance and the United States put to- geher. They have tripled their merchant marine in three years and possess rhe largest fishing fleet tn the world." Duncan said the Soviet Un- ion's over-all strategy is to con- trol the seas, and warned that the West, and in particular Eu- rope, relies heavily on open sealanes tn receive essential oil and raw materials. NATO should correspondingly increase its naval particularly its anti-submarine capabilities, he said. RILL BARS DUMPING WASHINGTON fAD The Senate has passed a bill bar- ring the unregulated dumping of waste and debris in ocean waterfl. Effective All Next Week Mon. Sat. 50 PAIR ONLY TEXAS WESTERN CASUAL BOOTS with fringe. Reg. 24.95 IS PAIR MALE AND GASLIGHT BLUE DENIM JEANS BELL BOTTOMS. Sizes 27-36 J- QH Reg. 10.00............. 140 PAIR LEVIS CASUALS BELL BOTTOMS. Sizes 28 36. 2 tone. Reg. 11.95 10 g.95 18 PAIR DOUBtE KNIT SWAGGER CASUAL PANTS BELL BOTTOMS. Sizes 30- 36. Reg. 18.00 12.95 BUSHELS NEEDED W- bcirlry ill trade far mcrchnnclk.- In rfHivmffd It'thhridqo, Stirling or Picture Ru PHONE COllECT FOR INFORMATION OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P M. WESTERN WEUR 308 5lh Street S. Your Chargex Phone 328-4726 MERCHANTS SOIIOILS. 11ns is for two rea- sons, first because n full un- derstanding of whal makes something jXH.somms is nece- .san before an effective, anti- dote can bo devised and, sec- ondlv, bec'anse a proper un- (ierstaiulinfi of how poisons acl can oilen lead to undcr- s I a n d i n g some previously mysliTious aspect of human physiology at the molecular level, FIN'll S.U'K due sinily concerns Ilic pos- sible harmful effects of some tin and lead compounds when absorbed by human beings. Organic of tin have proved effective as fun- gicides and now are likely to find a variety of uses. Wort at the unit has shown how tin compounds can nervous disease in rnl.s and has also helped touard defining .safe levels and means of adminis- tration for such compounds when used as fungicides on farms. Lead compounds, already used on a vast scale as anti- knock gasoline additives, are under investigation for the de- tailed mechanisms by which intake of orfiano- lead compounds can cause disturbances in brain metabo- lism. This work is playing an important part in the whole complex question of legisla- tion to limit pollution of the atmosphere by gasoline fumes. Another project at Carslial- ton is work on the littlo-under- slood human response to in- jury known as shock. Re- search I here has already given doctors some new ideas about the best ways to treat patients suffering from shock symptoms after such injuries as extensive burns. Yet an- other apect of the work has been concerned with the possi- ble cancer-causing effects of widely-used industrial chemi- cals. RKIltTF. RISKS Tlie laboratory has also played a part in one of lire most important and stili con- t i n u i n g scientific detective stories of recent years, the tracing of the cause of animal and possibly many cases of human liver cancer to poisons produced by mould fungi growing on crops widely culti- vated in the tropics. Work carried out has al- ready helped public health and agricultural authorities to advise on the best means of storing and transporting such common crops as peanuts so as to eliminate or at least re- duce such risks. Among other projects is the Investigation of the harmful side effects caused by drugs used against cancer. Also, the unit has been exploring a ten- tative link between the inhal- ing of sawdust by wood work- ers and cancer of the nasal passage. ENTER EVERY WEEK! ENTER OFTEN! PRESENT TO fr DOWNTOWN SHOPPERS' _______________ IN OVER PRIZES! Featuring 2 GRAND PRIZES! ONANZA (TILL DEC. 18th) 92 BIG PRIZES 9 PRIZES EVERY WEEK CAR DRAW-DEC. 24 TRIP FOR 2-DEC. 18 from AIR CANADA TRIP FOR 2 2 WEEKS IN JAMAICA MONTEGO BAY Leave Dec. 20, Jun. 3, 15, 29, Feb. 12 Retail Value Of Course1. 1972 FIRENZA THE FINEST IN IOW COST TRANSPORTATION Retail Value ALL ENTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR GRAND PRIZES! OUR Prize Winners for the week of November 20th MRS. LAVONI FLEXHAUG, Lellibridge 1.25.00 Gift Certificate, valid nt any of thn partici- pating stares from tht Marquis Hotel. MRS. F. R. LAYCOCK. Lethbridgo Wrought Iron Magazine Stand from Don Colder Interior! ltd. B. M. FORRY, Uthbridge A Holilay Translator from Aclive Television Str- vicc. ELEANOR DORIGATTI, Ufhbridge S25.00 Gift Certificate from Raworth Jewellery MRS. MARGARET SMITH, Lethbridge Permanent Spruce Cliristmoi Tree from G I I d d e n Paint CASEY WENNING, Picture Butte A Mela I Typing Stand from I pt lib ridge Office Furniturt limited. MRS. G. V. BALDERSON Lfflibridge A Bard's Sculptured Nylon Dressing Gown from Imperial Women's Wear Ltd. J. GROENENBOOM, lethbridge A pair of Men's Porker Doubicknit Slacks from Men's Shop. C. BROWN, Lethbridge Mclronome and Cour- tesy Piono Tuning from Keyboard JUST 9 OF THE 92 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY YOUR DOWNTOWN MERCHANTSI From: From: CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-3221 Choice of worth of SKATES MEN'S, LADIES' OR CHILDREN'S Value pillage 1lltl1 J PRIMROSE SHOP Cor. 6th Avenue, 13th Street S. Phone 328-1751 GROCERY HAMPER 313 6th Street South Phone 327-2244 GIFT CERTIFICATE From: From: From: 326 5th Street South Phone 327-8578 PAIR OF LIVING ROOM LAMPS LTD. 321 5th Street South Phone 327-3730 GIFT CERTIFICATE Classic Coiffures 323 6th Street South Phone 328-3066 PERMANENT From: From: From: Sweet Sixteen 326 7th Street South Phone 328-2166 Gift Certificate oarapliy formerly A. E. CROSS PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. 710 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-2673 AIWA TP50R TAPE RECORDER Ladies' Handbags valued at 317A 6th Street South 328-9336 ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS! ACTIVE TELEVISION SERVICE ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL LTD. ALEXANDRA HOTEL ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS AVENUE SHOES BAILEY'S KEYBOARD BAIRD'S SHOES AND LEATHER GOODS LTD. BAKER APPLIANCES LTD. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. BERT AND MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BLACK'S MEN'S SHOP CABLEVISION 1ETHBRIDGE LTD. CAMM'S SHOES CANADIAN FURRIERS CAPITOL FURNITURE (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. CLASSIC COIFFURES THE COSMOTIOUE CLUB CIGAR STORE DALLAS HOTEL DON CAIDER INTERIORS LTD. DON WILSON'S JUNIORS' SHOP DRAFFIN'S DOWNTOWN DRUGSTORE DOUG'S MUSIC AND SPORTS ELNA-WHITE SEWING ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY EVE MARANJO SHOES F. W. WOOLWORTH AND CO. LTD, FAIRFIRD APPLIANCES LTD. FARMER STOCKMAN SUPPLY LTD. FAY'S APPAREl FOSTER'S JEWELLERY LTD. FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP FRANK WALKER'S MEN'S CLOTHES GARDEN HOTEL CAST HOME HARMONY CENTRE GENTLEMEN III MEN'S WEAR LTD. GLIDDEN PAINT CENTRE GREEN'S SHOE STORE HEINTZMAN AND CO. LTD. HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERINGS HERB'S WESTERN WEAR HOYT'S DOWNTOWN IMPERIAL MOTORS AND TIRE SERVICE IMPERIAL WOMEN'S WEAR LTD. JORDANS RUGS KITSONS PHARMACY LTD. l-MART-DOWNTOWN LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED MAJORETTE RESTAURANT PETER HALE AT THE MARQUIS MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP LTD. MARQUIS HOTEL MARSHALL-WELLS RETAIL STORE MAXINE'S LADIES' WEAR MAYFAIR VOGUE MACKENZIE JEWELLERS MtCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. McGUIRE'S MEN'S WEAR MEDICAL DENTAL PHARMACY MODERN FASHION SHOP MUSICLAND SUPPLIES LTD. NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES NEW MOON CAFE NEW WORLD RESTAURANT NEW YORK FUR AND DRESS SHOP OSBORNE'S LADIES' WEAR RAWORTH JEWELLERY RAY'S RECORDLAND S. S. KRESGE CO. SAFEWAYS-DOWNTOWN SANDY'S JEWELLERY SEEMAN'S JEWEUERY SILK-O-IINA (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. SKELTON'S JEWELLERY LTD. SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. STAN'S MEN'S WEAR LTD. STATUTORY GRAPE BOUTIQUE STERLING SHOES ITD. STEWART'S LADIES' WEAR STOKES DRUG STORE SWEET SIXTEEN LTD. SYLBERT'S SHOE STORE TfRRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY THE PRIMROSE SHOP THE T. EATON COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED TOMORROW'S FURNITURE LTD. TOWN CHEF RESTAURANT TRACY'S HOUSE OF FASHION VALUE VIUAOE" MARKETS LTD. VIKING MEN'S HAIR STYLING LTD. DOWNTOWN HAS ;