Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
32-TH8 HERAID -Solurday, September 23, 1972 Drug testing labs set By VICTOH MACK1E Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA New federal drug testing labratories will be ofiiclally opened in Toronto on Monday by John Muiiro. Health Minister The automated drag monitor- ing laborities will increase tb; capability o[ his department's health protection branch to test drugs available to Canadian consumers, said the minister Lewis won't be provoked OTTAWA (CP) David Lewis, federal New Democratic Party leader, cliose not to be provoked by an announcement from the Ontario, Waffle move- ment that it is starting an "anti-campaign" for the Oct. 30 federal election. "I don't begrudc it the right to be politically involved though I do regret that it has chosen to conduct an anti-cam' paign rather than take a con structive positive Mr. Lewis said in an interview In a statement earlier, the Ontario Waffle Movement for an Independent Socialist Can aia. said in Toronto it will cam paign on vital national issues being ignored by the politica parlies. The Waffle was a faction within the Ontario New Demo- cratic Party until earlier thi year when it was excluded be cause of its refusal to accep the party's authority. They will play a major role In tho analytical portion o( the drug quality assurance pro- gram now carried on by I he federal department. In May a year ngo, Mr. Munro announced increased ex- penditures of for the drug quality assurance pro- gram. These additional funds have allowed for an extension of the department's program. At the same time they help toward the jovornment's goal of reducing he cost of drugs to tile public. Tho new laboratories are lo- cated in the Toronto regional oifice the health protection jranch. They have been especially set up and equipped to conduct large scale aualyses of drug products. The highly automated facil- ities will be able to test and analyse specimens obtained for identity, potency, content uni- formity, weight variations and disintegration time. Gthur aspects of the drug quality assurance program in- clude Inspection of manufac- turing facilities, assessment o efficacy and the publication o results, Including informing the public. RECEIVES AWARD OTTAWA (CP) Dr. Ross Chapman, a special adviser in the health department, has been given the Underwood Pres cott Memorial Award by thi Massachusetts Institute of Man agement. NOTICE In accordance with Cemetery By-Law 2463, Sec- tion 17, nolice is hereby given that after October 20th, 1972, it is the intention of the Community Services De- partment of the City of Lethbridge to remove any grave covers, copings, etc. that are located in Block of St. Parkk's Cemetery that through age or neglect appear objectionable. Any Interested persons are asked to contact the Community Services Department for further informa- tion by telephoning No. 328-2341. R. M. BARTLETT Community Services Director aiiada free poisoned American, clams OTTAWA (CP) Canada Is ee of American clams and uissels poisoned by toxic red de algae the New England oast, a health department said here. Pattern Canadian forces get high praise TKOMSO, Norway (CP) wawa, Out., were part of a Canadlon forces involved in a major NATO exercise deep in llie Nonvegi an Arctic have gained high praise from an un- expected quarter afler suffer- ing a serious initial setback. 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Dr. Michael Hanna Jr. said that injection of a chemical, BCG, into lumors grown in lab- oratory animals has resulted in 10-per-cent reduction of the tumors and the eliminalion of metastasis, Ihe medical term for Ihe spread of cancer cells lo other sites in Ihe body. Bui he caulioned thai BCG Ireatment could not yel be called a "cure" for all cancers that affect human beings. Dr. Hanna said BCG or mycobacterium bovin, a tuber- culosis-causing agent In cattle white blood cells to attack tumors with more, con- centrated strength than norm- 000-man NATO contingent de- fending a area against a simulated enemy assault. The initial attack on tho Ca< nadian area, by units of tho enemy forces represented by 000 Norwegian troops, was made from small amphibious landings on the north and east. The Canadians were taken by complete surprise from tho north and the commanding offi- cer, Lt.-Col. S. W. Spencer, had to be informed by the ex- ercise's central organizing agency lhat the enemy was within 1.5 miles of the battal- ion's headquarters. COMMENDS RCRs But at a later briefing ses- sion, tho commander of the enemy forces, Nonvegi an Col Lei[ Lundesgaard, singled out the RCRs as worthy of "the highest commendation." He said there seemed to have been "some sort of mix-up in the Canadian camp" at the lime of the original attack "But they recovered remark ably. We have learned a grea deal about advanced offensive and defensive tactics from our encounters with the Cana dians." A Danish officer, however commented that lie had bee; "genuinely disappointed in the Canadians." He said they should havi paid closer attention to their norhtern flank. "It's not enough to watch just one position." The exercise known as Strong Express, began Sept. II The troops began their return home this weekend. The white blood said, have always cells, he possessed capability to attack cancer, but until Ihe BCG trealment was discovered, they tod never been able to do so wilh sufficienl strength to eradicate the di- Pattern THE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA IS INVITING APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP TO THE ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY Two additional members will be chosen during the present calendar year. Applications from qualified female as well ac male prospects are invited. Any applicatipn so made may not necessarily be accepted. The Envlronmejit Conservation Authority has been established under an Act of the Legislative Assembly of the province. The main functions of the Authority are as follows: 1! Shall conduct a continuing review of policies and programs of the government and government agencies, on matters per- taining to environmental conservation, and shall report thereon to the Minister. 2) May, after consultation with the Minister, enquire into any matter pertaining to environmental conservation and make its recommendations and report thereon to the Minister 3) May, and when required to do so by an order of the Lieutenant Governor in Council or of the Minister, shall hold public hearings for the purpose of receiving briefs and submissions on any matter pertaining to environment conservation, and shall report thereon to the Lieutenant Governor in Council and the Minister, 4) May, from time to time as it considers necessary, but at least once a year, hold joint meetings with the public advisory committee. 4) Through the medium of the Department of the Environment, shall use its best efforts to achieve coordination of policies, pro- grams and administrative procedures of the government and gov- ernment agencies relating to matters pertaining to environment conservation. Applicants should have relevant experience which will assist them in understanding the technical and administrative aspects of envi- ronmental programs. Government appointments will be for a minimum period of two years at an annual salary of Applications will be received up to October and should be directed to: 4816 ASYLUM GIVEN BASQUES ST. JEAN DB LUZ, France (Renter) Two basque nation alists were granted politica asylum in France Friday fol lowing a gun-battle with Span ish police as they crossed th border from Spain Thursday, third Baque nationalist was lulled in the gunfight. SHINE FROM A STAR Prime Minister Trudeaj got a shoeshine In Winnipeg from a man with a well-known talent wilh the boot. The shine was administered by Winnipeg Blue Bomber quarterback and place-kicker Don Jonas, helping out studentl Terry Harris (left) and Linda Polanski (righl) in a fund-raising project for cyslic fibrosis cfi Jonas in a CFL game here next week, research. The PM, who is scheduled to wat didn't recognize the quarterback until he was introduced. 5 million is poured into housim EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Housing Corporation ex- pects to loan almost all of the million it lias available this year to stimulate housing con- struction and purchases of mobile homes. Bob Orysiuk, executive direc- tor of the corporation, said more than million has been loaned since the fund was in- creased to million from million in July. Mr. Orysiuk said many ap- plications will be completed be- fore the Dec. 31 deadline. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Industrial Anyihlng Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck loads Carloads Truck MagneJ Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap It Our Business" Honourable W.J. 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