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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Site of agricultural laboratory Monday, October 25, 1971 THE IUHBRIDG! HERALD Reporters allowed to make tour of forbidden island By JOHN HARBOUR ___ PLUM ISLAND, N.Y. (AP) This is a forbidden island, jut- ting into the Atlantic. It is sepa- rated from the mainland by the riled, ripping waters of Plum Gut, a channel so contrary that when wind and tide argue it can swamp a sizable sailboat. On the island's shore signs warn against all trespassers. Twenty-four hours a day guards patrol the lonely beaches. But this week for the first time in 15 years, the gates to Plum Island opened briefly to let the world see the potential havoc inside. For this island in Long Island Sound is the site of a U.S. de- partment of agriculture labora- tory tor infectious animal dis- eases, some so virulent that if they should jump the mile-wide water gap they could devastate U.S. livestock. The precautions that are rou- tine speak for the pestilence Plum island harbors. Scientists arriving on the is- land must shed their own clo- thing and don special laboratory wear. The same went for the handful of reporters who toured the laboratory last week. Each time a man leaves one laboratory for another he must shower with germicidal soap, scrub his fingernails with a brash and be rinsed down with high pressure sprays. Then he dons fresh clothing again. All personal items such as rings and watches must be left behind at the gate. Notebooks are steri- lized in a hot box before they can be lakcn to the mainland. Most scientists working in the laboratory take two or three showers a (lay. The record, held by one moving from lab to lab, was 18 in a single day. Each laboratory is so equipped that when a door opens all air travels from the outside in. All air exiting from the laboratories must pass through filters fine enough to trap bacteria. Waste water is run into holding tanks to be sterilized. Behind the red-painted doors are cattle, swine and sheep de- liberately infected with bacteria tetter means of diagnosis, and and viruses that plague so hopefully effective vaccines, many countries in the Stale and federal officials are foot and mouth disease, Vene- trained here in techniques of zuelan equine encephalomyelitis disease control and detection, and African swine fever, to: All who visit Ihe island do so mention only a few. j under more and more proscrip- The aim on Plum Island is I lion. They must stay away from all animal repositories such as farms and zoos for at least seven days after leaving the is- land. For those who work with the diseased animals and live on the mainland it means con- stant quarantine from such places. Securities market plan endorsed WASHINGTON (AP) The New York Stock Exchange en- dorsed today the concept of a i central securities market sys- tem embracing all United States regional stock exchanges, prov> ided all operate under equally severe regulatory rules. Robert W. Ilaack, NYSE pres- ident, proposed to the Securities and Exchange Commission that the big board's tape be replaced by a shared, multi-channel system reporting sales and prices of all transactions in all markets. He also testified, as a wliiicsa in SEC's broad inquiry into se- curities market practices, that trading has been siphoned away from the NYSE to some re- gional exchanges simply be- cause they enforce less rigorous standards for protection of ivestors. ON SALE: OCTOBER 25th to 30th While quantities last! LONG-SLEEVED PULLOVER Small, medium and large Red, green, blue. LADIES' SHORT GOWNS hed Acetate beauties so soft varm! Sleeves are short! Neck- come in square or scooped Assorted colors. S-M-L. POLYESTER FLARE TS THERMAL DRAWERS STRETCH TIGHTS Trim and neat looking flares in herring bone pattern with elasti- cized waist make great casuals! Navy, Brown, Ginger, Pine Green or Black. Misses' 10-18. Tailored waist. Assorted colors. Sizes to fit 4-6, 7-9, 10-11.12-14. All are ankle length double cults! White only! S-M-L 2-4 TODDLER BOYS' GIRLS1 PULLOVERS LOUNGE PILLOW PURE WOOt KHITTING WORSP YOUTHS' JEAN SOCKS Suitable tor many garments lor the family! Buy now and save! 2 Oi. balli. As- Acrylic semi double knits nave long sleeves and mock turtle necks! Assorted patterns and colors for boys and girls. 9 TWINKLE TODDLER DOLL Dressed! Fully joir.led nylon with tilting ASSORTED HALLOWE'EN ETCH-A-SKETCH DRAWING GAME BAG 72 KINI3 SIZE SUCKERS KrPSRf! SpPCMt PLASTIC GARBAGE BAGS Oiir p-r o Pl-i; POTATO CHIPS 2 88 Be sure to enter your name at Kresge's for the fabulous prices in the Downtown Merchants Fall to Christmas Downtown Shopper's Bonanza. BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. Located In: ZELLERS SHOPPING CENTRE 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive 5. Phone 328-3760 ALL-WEEK SPECIALS! The following savings will be in effect Monday, October 25th through Satur- day, October 30th at these 2 ARP Drug Stores: WESTMINSTER DRUG LTD WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PLAZA BOYD'S PHARMACY LTD. ZELLER'S SHOPPING CENTRE Both Stores Open Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. ID 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Sundays and Holidays TABLETS Regular 5.40. SPECIAL SYRUP Regular 4.95. SPECIAL BENYL1N COUGH SYRUP 4 oz.-Reg. 1.20. SPECIAL 8 oz.-Reg. 2.25. SPECIAL t V ftQ SHICK BLADES SUPER KRONACHROME pkg- of 5- Regular 89c. SPECIAL STERISOL MOUTH WASH 14 Regular 1.49. SPECIAL %f 1 SIMBLAC LIQUID CASE 6 99 KOTEX _f, j FEMININE NAPKINS Pkg. of 12. j Regular 57c. SPECIAL ____ 47' LISTERINE 20 01. Reg. 1.79. 1 QQ SPECIAL 1.J7 LOZENGES-Reg. 93c. SPECIAL COUGH SYRUP-7 or. Reg. 2.39. SPECIAL ANSODENT DENTURE CLEANER Regular 1.59. SPECIAL NEOSYNEPHRINE SPRAY 1.25. SPECIAL I.' 1.00. SPECIAL ___ STREPSILS THROAT LOZENGES .09 Regular 1.39. SPECIAL I We are the Franchisee] Dealers for A R I co IIP in nnd let our cosmeticians aclvhc you on those fine new products! NEW ASTRAL HAND CREAM NOW IN STOCK! CORICIDIN D Regular 2.19. SPECIAL I. CORICIDIN PLAIN 24 TABLETS. Regular 1.69. '4 SPECIAL 1.29 -E-.-, WESTMINSTER DRUGS LTD. Next lo Norlhsiclo Safeway 425 Westminster Shopping Centre Corner Slh Ave. nnd 13th St. N. Phone 328-7833 ;