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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta VD research accelerating An 'obvious Salary report to OTTAWA (CP) The na- tional health (lep.iriineni is conducting animal tests to im- prove goroirlKM detection in humans, following joint tin- dings bv National lU'se.irch Council (NIK' i and Health Protection Branch scientists ol .1 (lillorc'tice between the is pcs ol bacteria thai cause The u-siMi-rh. headed by M B I'errv ol I he .N'RC and B B Diena ol the health protection branch will be pre- sented to the International Sunpos-ium here Ocl 24 25 The icseaich team has been ,-ible to isolate the carbohv- diales ol two Upes ol gono- cocci the oiganisms causing gononliea It indicate win one lonn ol the bacteria causes disease in humans' and the other does not the relates the disease cliaiactei islicv wilh a specilu cheiin c.i I com I ion scientists of the health protec- iioii luancli aic liopelul ol dis- rmrimH ,i method ol diag- nostic skin tests the new knowledge The sMnposiiiin conies ;i nine when ii-porU-d gonorrhea cases ,ire rising 'Jfi DDD cases were icpoi led in Canada m the hrsl nine months ol an incie.ise ol about 11 I percent over the same period last UMI Leading woild expel Is on gonorrhea are to attend the mpos-ium Dr Diena chairman ol the svmposium s.iid in an interview Fridav the latest tests, methods and lese.nch will bo discussed Health protection branch scientists have been testing rabbits lot antibodv reactions to strains ol the dis- ease-carrying bacteria. RESULTS ARE GOOD Di Diena said prdimmarv s u 11 s h a v e b o e n o n coin aging humans can have gonorrhea, the labbits can be mlectcd willi gonoeoe- ci Infected labbits show a red mark on skl" six hours following skin tests Rabbits' without I ho disease show no reaction The iesearch teams plans experiments with animals helole testing their work in airports across the country. eminent will implement ilie recommendations ol a report lll.it aikiM's liltnifi executive puhlic soi ice s.il.ines to .1 in.iMiiHini ol Milt (MM) I'17-1 Tlic prep.ircd In the yroup on executive i in the public sCIAK C lll.lt s.ll.lllOs III executive positK us milsidc I lie iimenl n so .ilxiul 1 per cent and while uovonimcnt i 1 i (i pel i out Tile s.ud iicfioti.itod selllcineills in the public sci ice 'iilso exceeiled tile i.ile ul incie.ise in salaries 'I lie isoi yroup iccom- iiicndcd o.Hle i s.i I., rv i ,i n ues ,i lid e I'l.i ppi ny i .111 ees ,it t he deptl t ininisli i i.il level Id .illott LjIC.llCI (llsl Illlllll.ltlOII III me s.il.n ics The mcie.ises I'Mo cllcct in luu slaves The Ilisl ellcclixe I Hl7! Will sol the minimum execilliU' lietueoil s.21 .md IHM) MAZDA ROTARY Your next car doesn't have to be the same old thing. Experience the difference. Many pitfalls in oil feud By STEWART MacLEOD OTTAWA (CP) From a purely political viewpoint the federal government is unlike- ly to give much ground to the Alberta government in the flaming feud over oil. While the provincial ad- minstration is enraged with Ottawa for imposing a 40- cents-a-barrel excise tax on exported oil and the move could be interpreted as a political disaster so far as the federal Liberals are concern- ed in Alberta, there has ap- parently been a far different reaction in the East The federal government is receiv- ing thankyou notes for keeping down the price of oil And if it became a political issue, says observers. Ottawa would have far more sup- porters than opponents, par- ticularly in Ontario, the prime battleground in the next federal election. In Alberta, where Conservatives hold all 19 federal seats. Liberal stragetists were not predicting any major breakthrough even bctore the oil dispute There has been increasing talk of the dispute becoming the major issue in the next election. WOULD THREATEN UNITY "But perish the thought." said a senior Liberal here is no doubt that our stand would be supported in a majority of the provinces, but think of the effect on national umtv And there is no doubt that Conservative Leader Robert Sianfield would prefer to see the issue dissipate before a campaign begins He could be caught on a wobbly tightrope as he campaigned with both Ontario Premier William Davis and Mberta Premier Peter Lougheed Even worse, say some Conservatives, it could cause 3 split betsveen eastern and western members of the par- s' While this in itself Wouldn't distrub the Liberals, officials say that "it's simply oo dangerous to let this dis- Mito get out of hand However, in the tough day- to-day bargaining, there is no doubt that the federal govern- ment is buoyed by the knowledged that there is no national political pressure for groundgiving. "This federal-provincial dispute is different." says a cabinet minister "The provinces are not ganging up on us For officials who must deal with both governments, neutrality is obviously impor- tant. And W. 0 Twaits. chairman of Imperial Oil Ltd.. clearly maintained his neutrality when he com- mented on the Ottawa-Alberta dispute The two governments, he said, "look like a couple of pigs under a blanket fighting for the same acorn." New stamps to be issued OTTAWA (CP) A series of low-denomination stamps, portrzymg the Queen and six former prime ministers, will be issued Oct. 17. The series of definitive or regularly priced stamps will replace the current one-cent through eight-cent variety The current low-denomination stamps all bear the Queen's portrait. The seven-cent stamp will be dropped The prime ministers are to appear on the following stamps One-cent, Sir John A Macdonald two-cent: Sir Wilfrid Launer. three-cent; Sir Robert Borden: four-cent. William Lyon Mackenzie King, five-cent. R. B. Bennett, and six-cent. Lester B Pearson Queen Elizabeth approved a new design for the eight-cent stamp which will bear the monarch's portrait. She gave her consent during her visit to Canada during the summer Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch hciiliii" siihstiince proM-n to shrink repair liNsuc. ICIumncJ iL'MMrcll IIIMIUIU' ll.ls UUIIKl .1 IMlKlIk- si.mcc uii'i ihc to ink IKT.IOH liouls ll K'- in iiiuiii's up hc-il l the iniiiioil, mtl.wKil OlK iK'lllOlllli'kl.ll I.MM.' I tci .uioihci icjioi I ionipib :nul !U.'ml> .icln.il u'.hiiiioii or loi P.iin most iiiipoit.ini -tins ni.inu.iincil in ohsi-n.ilioils vscic coniuuuM .1 pciunl ol ni.ui) inonihs. I milioinioic, tllCsO tost S.I olisC I ni.idc on p.incnts .1 of hcmoiilunil.il condi- tions. All this .ico uiih ,i hc.itn'i: -im-uncc (itw- llC.ll immcil cells .nul siimul.ucs iissiic Uio-ll.MKis ollcrcd in ointnn.ni supposi- loij lonn i.illi'd II In .iiKliiiiin 10 .iciu.ilK -hi mk- niii I'li'iMi.iiion II Inhik.iics ,inJ in ikes lion loss p.iinUil. It infection is .1 -t.iioil c.iiisc of hcnionhokl-. ,lust ,isk di U'V4isi lor I'icp.n.moii II or I'icp.ii.iiioii II Oiiunicni .1 S.ltlsl'.ICIIOIl 01 >iHM IllOllCV rcl'uiiilcil. Preparation Now: All the banking services you're likely to need in one simple package. Become a Charter Member Now and enjoy unlimited FREE until Jan.15.1974 Starting January 15, enjoy unlimited no-charge chequing, a Safe Deposit Box? reduced Termplan personal loan rates, Overdraft protection up to and 8 other benefits. All for S3.00 monthly. ROYAL CERTIFIED SERVICE ELIMINATES SEPARATE SERVICE CHARGES. It covers much more than iust the personal services you use most often -like your Personal Chequing Account It also includes several other conve- niences and rash-saving benefits-even a special reduction on the regular interest rate for your Termplan Personal Loan It also provides you with a special personal ident'fication cara which will entitle you to special treat- ment in a number of important ways at any branch ot the Royal Bank anywhere u. Canada If you apply NOW-ahead ot the rush -you will receive your Royal Certified Service card in plenty of time to allow vou to st.irt enjoying all of the of the plan starting on January I5th (You may fverl have one (or you-sdl and one for your spouse vVe recommend that you carry the card at all times since many ot the specidl benefits to which you will become entitled will require that you show your card Your card will prove that you are personally entitled to several special advantages that we will not be extending to other Royal Bank customers UNLIMITED CHEQUING As a Royal Certified Service customer you can write as many PCA cheques as you wish without paying the normal 14 cents-per-cheque service charge It you pay a lot ol your bills by cheque you II find that these cash savings alone are quite valuable to you REDUCED TERMPLAN PERSONAL LOAN As a Royal Certified Service customer you will be entitled to a SPECIAL REDUCTION ott the current interest rate on our Termplan Personal lonns If you have an exiMWi Terrnplan Porsoridl loan you are entitled to this new advantage We will give you a cash credit equivalent to this special reduc- tion in interest on your outstanding balance When you receive your special Royal Certified Service card iust come 10 the Royal Bank branch where you have your Termplan loan show your card as soon as you conveniently ran after January 15th and we II do th.- rpst Your spec.al reduction will effect from the date you present your Royal Certified Service card and wnl not be retroactive (This is another good reason whv you should for your Royal Certified Service ship as soon as possible FOR NEW CUSTOMERS It you .in i new borrower you will ht> 1 to know that one of the most help'm do is to make it .Msy tor you to borrow money from us Thousands nt respon- sible Canadians have borrowed ,il t'io Royal Bank- ;