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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, September 17, 1971 Chemicals used as pltosphates substitutes Hatm�t prectpitatift* No immediate health threat in soap detergents TORONTO (CP) - The head of the federal health department's environmental division says there is no immediate health threat from chemicals used as substitutes for phosphates in detergents on sale in Canada. Dr. Adrian Booth was commenting in a telephone interview from Ottawa Thursday night about advice to housewives issued in Washington, D.C., earlier in the day by Dr. Jesse Steinfeld, United States surgeon-general, that they use phosphate detergents rather than substitutes. Phosphates promote the growth of plant life which uses I up the oxygen in lakes and rivers amd smothers other life, including fish. Three years on drug count EDMONTON (CP) - Frank Phillips, 22, of Vancouver was sentenced to three years on a charge of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. Phillips was arrested at Edmonton International Airport on arrival from Vancouver and 22 pounds of marijuana was found in a suitcase he was carrying. "It seems to me you were a courier between drug wholesalers in Vancouver and distributors here in Edmonton," said Mr. Justice William Sinclair after passing sentence. But, said Dr. Steinfeld, Some phosphate substitutes, e s p e-oially niirilotriacetic acid, are more dangerous than phosphates because of the health and environmental hazards they cause. Dr. Booth said he is not aware of any caustic products being used in Canada as a substitute for phosphates. But he said the Canadian government is carrying out tests on detergents with phosphate substitutes and expects interim results before the end of the year. Laundry detergents in Canada were restricted to a maximum of 20-per-cent phosphate content in August, 1970. This will be reduced to five per cent by Dec, 31, 1972. Dr. Booth said phosphate sub-stitutes possibly could cause a health hazard if used in great quantities over a long period. But the amount now getting into water supplies "is negligible from a health point of view." R. L. Turner, president of Colgate-Palmolive Ltd., said in a statement the company has not used nitrilctriacetic acid in its detergents since January, 1971, when U.S. officials first questioned the chemical's possible danger. LOVE POTION LONDON (CP) - A leading psychiatrist and sexologist reckons that grapefruit juice aids a person's sex life. At a medical conference, Dr. Gerald Camber explained that "the vitamin C contained in a grapefruit has the ingredients of health, inclination and imagination which go towards making a great lover." MIXED WEATHER-Eastern and western parts of the country are expected to receive norma] to above normal temperatures during September, while Manitoba, Saskatchewan and portions of Ontario can expect below normal readings, according to the 30-day weather outlook of the United States Weather Bureau, Most of the country can expect light to moderate precipitation, except Quebec and portions of Ontario which will receive heavy. Contraceptive pill advances ROME (Reuter) - A team of Italian scientists said today it has reached an advanced stage New fare for voyage on ship NEW YORK (CP) - Cunard Steam-Ship Co. has announced two bargain-fare voyages to Europe this fall on the Queen Elizabeth 2. For the price of a one-way regular fare, plus a supplemental charge for accommodation in either Britain or France, the customer will get a round trip from New York's pier 92 on the 65,000-ton ship. A Cunard spokesman said the fare reductions apply to Oct. 14 and 28 voyages from New York, to either Southampton or Havre. These will be the first QE2 sail-� ings after Cunard officially leaves the Transatlantic Passenger Steamship Conference in October, freeing it from the conference-set rate structure. In a full-page advertisement in The Times, Cunard offers for |389 to take a passenger to Southampton and back-five days each way-and provide two nights in a London hotel, tours, breakfasts, a night at the theatre and ground transportation. The fare can soar to $908, depending on the level of accommodation chosen., A comparable trip to Havre, with two nights in Paris, is available from $415 up. These prices are for the Oct. 14 sail-tog. Rates for the Oct. 28 sailing are somewhat higher. of research with a new contraceptive pill. The pill would prevent fertilization without preventing ovulation as pills now in use do. The team, headed by Giuseppe Benagiano, is working on birth control methods at the University of Rome with financial support of the Rockefeller Foundation of New York. The scientists say it might be possible to implant a capsule beneath the skin which would release constant small doses of an artificial steroid for up to a year, during which time fertilization would be prevented. At present, the team is determining the exact size of the optimum daily dose. It will shortly start on a wide program of practical experiments. Firm signs $10 million loan pact NEW YORK (AP) - During his 25 years as a singer at the Metropolitan Opera, basso Jerome Hines says the high point of his career was his writing. Hines spoke of "the production of the opera I wrote, in this theatre," during a reception at the Met Wednesday night at which friends gathered to celebrate his 25th anniversary. He was referring to I Am The Way, an opera he wrote about the life of Jesus. Hines sings Jesus. "Now we're taking it to all the major cities," Hines said. "We did it in Dallas, with the symphony, and next spring we'll do it in Atlanta." Hines, who will be 50 Nov. 8, mode his Met debut Nov. 21, 1946, as the sergeant in Boris Godunov. New space rocket to be launched SEATTLE (AP) - A rocket as big as a 747 jumbo jet, carrying a smaller rocket the size of a 707 jet on its back, could be blasting into space and returning to earth to be launched again within the next few years. The major United States aerospace firms now are preparing final proposals for a reusable space shuttle that could cut the costs of the U.S. space program drastically. At present, each Saturn V rocket launch costs roughly $200 million and leaves little that can be used again. The space shuttle design calls for two separate vehicles-a booster and an orbital unit-that will be launched vertically into space while hooked together. At a height of about 40 miles they will separate and return to earth to land in the manner of conventional jet aircraft. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration could award the final contract for design and development anytime after October, when the current phase of development funding expires. NASA plans call for the first horizontal flight test in 1976 or 1977 and for the first manned shuttle flight in 1978. HISTORIAN DIES riele Pepe, 71, one of Italy's most eminent historians, died Wednesday. Pepe, who held the chair of medieval history at the University of Bari from 1949 to 1966, was a specialist in the history of the middle ages in Italy mod elsewhere in Europe, Senate passes repeal bill on detention WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate passed and sent to President Nixon today a bill to repeal a 1950 law authorizing suspected spies and saboteurs to be rounded up and held in detention camps during war or an insurrection. With less than half-dozen members present, the Senate quickly accepted without objection the bill the House of Representatives passed by a 356-49 vote Tuesday after two days of heated debate. The measure specifically prohibits the government from establishing detention camps without the consent of Congress. EATON'S SATURDAY An outstanding selection of items that qualify for "Super Values". Be prompt as many of the items are in limited quantity Trimfit Parity Hose Teens' Bathing Suits Regular 1.50.' "Truly Yours" brand panti hose by Hanes. Super stretch. Sheer to the waist, mesh panti hose with nude heel. Colours, Illusion, T. Mist, White Breeze, Red Onion, Lunar Grey, Midnight, Navy. Two sizes to fit; one size fits- 4' 5" to 5'0", 60 to 110 lbs. One size fits - 5' to 57 noto^oib, 1b0Qw 3 SPECIAL 2.95 or w for Hosiery, Main Floor Hanes' Hosiery Regular 4.95. Alive Supp. Hose for dress-up occasions and also for support and comfort for the working girl. Sizes, M4, M5, L6, L7, 18. Colour, Driftwood Taupe. SPECIAL ......... Hosiery, Main Floor 3.95 Hanes' Support Panti Hose Regluar 7.50. Hanes' Alive sheer support panti hose. Reinforced heel and toe. Sizes: P, M, MT, T, L, XI. � QQ Colors: White, Driftwood. SPECIAL Hosiery, Main Floor Hanes' Support Panti Hose Regular 5.95. Hanes' sheer support panti hose made of 80 denier spandex and 15 denier nylon. Has reinforced toe, and nude heel. Sizes P, M, MT, T, L, XL. ^ Hosiery, Main Floor Regular 9.00 to 17.00. We've taken all our Teens' Bathing Suits in one and two piece styles and reduced them for quick clearance. Assorted fabrics, styles C QQ 1 4 OA and colours. Sizes 8 to 14x. SPECIAL w�V* to I I �Ot In-Dividual Shop, Main Floor Pants-Mate Stretch nylon for wear under slacks, Jeans, and ski-wear. Creates a smooth line from waist to below the knee. Sizes: M, L, XL. Colours: White or Nude. A 77 SPECIAL ................................... I I Lingerie, Main Floor Dusters Cordana. Floral and geometric print. Short sleeves. Button front. Sizes S,M,l. 5 �JJ Colours: Blue, Pink. SPECIAL .................. C5J5J Lingerie, Main Floor Sweaters Regular 7.00. Cardigans and vests. Long sleeve styles. Orion. Sizes S,M,L. Colours: Black, Beige, Blue J 00 ^ 00 Sportswear, Main Floor Sheer Lined Drapes Dacron shortie lined drapes in a white flocked pattern with colourful linings of Purple, Green, Gold or White. Easy care - Hand wash, drip dry. Pinch pleated headings. Pin-on hooks included. Sizes: 12.33 16.63 Draperies, Second Floor 72" x 45". Regular 18.50. SPECIAL. 96" x 45". Regular 24.95. SPECIAL . Flannelette Blankets Regular 4.49. Reduced V4. Bleached White cotton Rose and Blue borders. Neatly hemmed ends. Sizes 80" x 100". SPECIAL, each ........... with 2.99 Household Linens, Second Floor Odds And Ends - Area Rugs Red. and Pink. SPECIAL "8 O'Clock Carved Nylon. Colour One only. 5' x 12'. SPECIAL............... "Tiffany" Rubber Back, Nylon. Colour - Red. One only. 5'9" x 12'. SPECIAL ............. "High Time" Kodel Plush. Colour - Bittersweet. One only. 6' x 9'. SPECIAL ................ Squall Jackets Colors: White and Mayfair. SPECIAL Women's Slippers - Third Off! Regular 3.00 to 5.00. Clearance of women's slippers in linen classic ballerina, also linen shoe style, crocheted ballerina. Just great for lounging or casual wear. Elasticized top and no-bite back. Rubber soles with small heel. Sizes S, M, ML, L. Colours: Red, White, Navy, 4 QQ 4 44 Yellow. SPECIAL .............. I to Wi�* Hosiery, Main Floor Handbags Regular 5.00 tn li.00. A clearance of summer and fall handbags. A largo assortment of genuine leathers, fabrics, and suede. Shoulder straps, single or double handles. Flap, zipper, or snap closing. Colours of Black, Brown, Wine, Ton, Grey, Bone and White. 4 QQ 4 A QQ SPECIAL .............. ..... 0.5J5J to 11.00 Handbags, Main Floor Regular 9.00. Zipper front with attached hood. 4 QQ Nylon. Sizes: S,M,L. Colours: assorted. SPECIAL . . . W.5J5J Sportswear, Main Floor Joyce Shoes - Vl Price! Regular 19.95 to 21.00. Stacked heels. Slip-on and T-Strap styles. Composition soles. Colours: Black or Brown, Kid, Krinkles. Sizes 7 to 10 in the group. Q QQ 4Q SPECIAL ...................... 51.351 to IU.**5J Footwear, Main Floor Men's Leather Jackets - V3 Off! Regular 49.95 to 79.95. Suedes and Cabretta. Unlined. Colours: Brown, Tan, Black. Sizes 36 Q9 OQ CO OQ to 46 in the group. SPECIAL____ W�5�Cll to Men's Wear, Main Floor Men's Fall Sweaters - Vz Off! Regular 16.95 to 33.50. Pullovers and cardigans. Assorted, 11.29 ,.22.29 plains and patterns in the group. SPECIAL .................... Girls' Dresses - Third Off! Regular 5.99 to 13.00. Just in time for Back to School wear. A grand selection of Girls' Dresses in a large array of fabrics, styles and colours. Sizes 4 to 6x. QQ Q SPECIAL ...................... 3.95J fo Q.DD Girls' Wear Main Floor Girls' and Teens' Slims Regular 5.98 to 14.98. Clearance of Girls' and Teens' slims just in tlm� for Back to School wear. Assorted styles, fabrics and colours. Sizes, 8 to 14x. ^ 00 0 00 6.49 SPECIAL In-Dividual Shop, Main Floor Girls' Blouses - Third Off! Regular 4.00 to 7.00. We've taken a group of pretty blouses right from our racks and offer them at Yt saving. Assorted styles, colours and fabrics. 9 QQ A C�V Sizes, 7 to 14x. SPECIAL ........ fc.UW to In-Dividual Shop, Main fiao' Girls' Bathing Suits - Third-Off! Regular 4.00 to 7.00. We've taken all our Girls' Bathing Suits in on& and two piece styles and reduced them for quick clearance. Assorted fabrics, styles and Q Cfi A �7 colours. Sizes 7 to 14. SPECIAL...... COP to 1.U I In-Dividual Shop, Main Floor Young Men's Flares - V2 Price! Regular 7.98 to 12.98. Stripes, plain. Low riding. Pockets and no pockets. Belt loops and loopless. Washable. Sizes, 30 to 36 in the group. Q QQ SPECIAL ........................ Wi*g to Men's Wear, Main Floor Typewriter and Adding Machine Specials Majestic Mark IV Electric Adder (047) Buy now and save 40.00 on this adder. Lists ten, totals eleven with hoat-resisfont parts. Rapid action, with clear button, double zero key, credit balance and non-add key. 6' cord and QQ QK dust cover. Reg. 139.95. SALE .............. Underwood 450. Reg. 119.95. (047) Savo 30.00 on the Underwood 450 manuol portable typewriter. Features 10-inch carriage, full spacing and full width tabulator. Quick set margins, touch selector and 2-colour ribbon. QQ QC With case. SALE .......................... OP.P%* Majestic 612. Reg. 79.95. (047) Good value . . . Majestic 612 portable for only 68.88. Features 12-Inch carriage, touch selector, bar release, 'on - top' margin stops and two-color ribbon. With carrying case. C7 OC SALE ................................... OI.5JQ Business Machines, Lower Floor Pictures Framed reproductions, 24" x 48", with 3" wide frame finished in Antique Gold, with Green velvet strip border, composition overlay. Subjects Include "Molning Mist", "Sunlit Forest", "Spring Symphony". QA QQ SPECIAL ................................. CH.SJSJ Pictures, Second Floor 33.26 45.95 65.95 "Chalet" Foam back, Viscose. One only - Candy strlpo, Brown tweed. 6' x 9'. 4 Q QQ Regular 24.95. SPECIAL .................... "Victoria" Nylon Rug. Foam back. Four only. Colour, Spice Brown. Regular 42.00. SPECIAL.................. **.�*U 9' x 15'. QQ A A Regular 105.00. SPECIAL ................... WW.VW "Hampshire" Nylon plush. Rubber back. One In Rose, One in Bittersweet, One in Blue. AO Kftj 6' x 9'. Regular 52.50. SPECIAL ............ *tfc.WU Floor Coverings, Second Floor Colonial Dinette Set Eaton - exclusive grouping - rugged and substantial looking - carefully constructed from solid hardwood and finished in warm Salem Maple, Limited quantity at these prices so pleas* be early. Special: 5 pes. (table, 4 chairs) set ............... 129.99 Extra chairs, each....................... 14.99 Buffet.................................. 94.99 Hutch ........ ......................... 84.95 Furniture, Second Floor Viking 30" Electric Range Regular 319.95. Automatic control that sets as easily as a watch. Pre-heat oven with controlled broil. Roost meter with probe that turns off when meat is done. Convenient eye level control. Largo oven window for easier OAQ QC viewing. One only. White. SPECIAL ........ Qfwmw9 Major Appliances, Second Floor Braun Desk Fan Regular 14.98. This fan can be placed on any flat surface or mounted on a wall. Switch has three control positions; gentle, strong, and off. Direction of breeze can be changed by turning the motor casing. 4 A QQ SPECIAL .................................. lUitfO Small Appliances, Second Floor 10" Electric Fry Pan Regular 14.98. Cast aluminum pan; cast in element. Removable probe control with fry guide, pilot light and 3'/2 ft. cord. Cool black handle, knob, and feet, 4 � QQ Cast on Interior. 1100 watt. SPECIAL......... ItiW Small Appliances, Second Floor Viking Blender Regular 39.98. 8-speed blender has 5-cup capacity jug. Spatter proof easy grip lid makes it's own super-tight suction. Includes 84 page cookbook. In Avocado and OQ flft Harvest Gold. SPECIAL .................... fcSI.UP Small Appliances, Second Floor SHOP EATON'S TONIGHT UNTIL 9 and SATURDAY 9 to 5:30. BUY LINE 328-8811. ;