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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta WINNIPEG'S DEVELOPMENT An artist's conception of the SfO-mil- lion development for downtown Winnipeg. The development, to be situated about three blocks off Portage Avenue, consists of a eight-level convention centre, three hotels, two aporlment buildings, two office towers and major parking facilities. Some construction is to begin before the end of the year with the convention centre completion set for early 1974. Labor Urged To Form Own Party VANCOUVER (CP) The vice-president of UK Intel-na- tional Brotherhood of Pulp, Sul- phite and Paper Mill Workers Union says organized labor should cut all ties with the New Democratic Party and form its own labor party. "I have been of the opinion for a long time that labor has to take a good look at what it is doing E. P. (Pat) O'Neal said in an inter- view today. "For a long, long time, we have supported the NDP. The NDP has been labor's political arm. To be the political arm is one thing, but to know how labor operates is somethine else. "Any political party repre- senting labor has to have more than an arm. It has to have the head and the heart to think of the needs and aspirations of labor." He said unions are going to have to take a good look at their position and decide wheth- er to form then: own political party, "because, in my view, we would be much belter off to have three or four people who really, thoroughly represent us (in Hie Legislature) and are our political heart as well as our arm, than placing our faith in some political groups." "All parties are labor's friends at election time, but when you get into a bad strike situation or become unpopular with the public, then the poli- ticians, being what they are, can very easily find reasons why they cannot support said Mr. O'Neal. Meanwhile, in Victoria NDP Leader Dave Barrett said it is "tragic" that Mr. O'Neal "can- not appreciate that the NDP attempts to represent all the working people of B.C. whether union or non-union." Doctors Scolded For Reluctance MONTREAL (CP) Abortion committees in hospitals are tak- ing a more liberal approach to abortion than when Canada's abortion law was revised 13 months ago, Dr. David Rhea, attending obstetrician and gyne- cologist at the Montreal General Hospital, said here. New Health Measures For Space WASHINGTON (AP) Two teams of astronauts will go into partial isolation 21 days before the Apollo 14 moon-flight launch next Jan. 31, the space agency said today. The new rules, designed to re- duce exposure to disease, will apply to the Apollo 14 prime, backup and support crews. The isolation will not be nearly so complete as the 21- day quarantine when the team return? from the mcon. Some new health security measures will go into effect as much as 90 days before, launch, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said. Wifes of the astronauts, backup crew members and es- sential mission personnel may be given special physical exami- nations as early as around Nov. 1. NASA decided on a "flight crew health stabilization pro- gram" after the threatened postponement of the Apollo 13 mission last April when astro- naut Thomas Mattingly was be- lieved to have been exposed to German measles. Under the new program the Apollo 14 team, and subsequent Apollo crews, will take-up resi- dence in the manned spacecraft operations building at the Ken- nedy Space Centre, Fla., 21 days before launch. He criticized the bulk of his profession, however, for "inter preting a liberal law in an illl beral manner." "The law is tliere, the un wanted pregnancies are there but where are ,'he he asked a meeting of the Nursus Association of the American College of Obstetricians and Gy necologists. Established doctors seldom want to tarnish their reputations by becoming known as "abor nor do they want to get themselves involved "in a nuisance Dr. Rhea said. The younger resident staff In hospitals, however, were more ready "to put themselves out." Dr. Rhea also criticized the attitude of nurses toward Bbor lion patients as "as hard on these women as the doctors.' Tests of the drug prostaglan din as a method of medica rather than surgical abortion will likely start at the Montrea General before the end of the year, he said. Investigations in E n g 1 a n d Uganda and Sweden indicate) that the drug can be used to induce labor at normal term and to bring about an abortion three to five months after con ception. As a post-conception pill, 1 taken within a week of the firs missed period, "it would induce that he said. Honor Winners COALDALE (HNS) Win. ners of the Coaldale Rotary Club's flower garden contest were honored at a recent sup- per meeting. Receiving the first place tro- phy and certificate were Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Heberlein. The second place winner was Mrs. Marie Traber and thirc prize went to Mrs. Agnes Voth. They were presented certifi- cates in recognition of their winning efforts. ncn 1971 RCA COLOR Jim Van Leo invites you to view the 1971 RCA Color TVs Fea- turing Accu-color the completely Automatic RCA for 1971. CHECK THESE FEATURES Instant Picture Volt Chassis Automatic Fine Tuning 5-year Service Protection Plan by our technicians. Limited supply of 1970 models. Clearing ot fantastic savings. Many models to from 15-inch 17-inch 19-inch 22-inch 25-inch and the All New Accu-celer 26-inch Screen for 1971 25" CONSOLE SWIVEL BASE Reg. SPECIAL '688 22" LOWBOY CONTEMPORARY Reg. SPECIAL 22" CONSOLE WALNUT CABINET R.g. SPECIAL '589 BUY NOW and SAVE During our Clearance ACTIVE TV SERVICE Trades Taken. Terms Arranged. 3-Day Home Trial. OPEN 7 to 9 P.M. THURSDAY and FRIDAY 1238 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 Drug May Cause Fatal Disease NEW YORK (AP) A con- sumer publication says millions o( people in the Unilcd Slates are being treated for minor ail- ments wlUi (lie drug Chloromy- cetin despite evidence for HI years that it can cause a fatal blood disease. Consumer Reports, published by Consumers Union, says in its October issue that the "peculiar success" of Chloromycelin, de- Open House Set ETZIKOM (HNS) The Etzikom Community Club held its meeting recently and de- eic'.sd to cater to the open house to be h e 1 d Oct. 17 in the Etiikom Community Hall. It will be held to celebrate 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ondrik. The club meets Oct. 14. spite all the evidence ot possible adverse side effects, is due to the "particular kind of market- ing strategy" used by the prod- ucer of Ihe drug, Parke, Davis and Co. Parke, Davis commented that while the drug has "a toxic po- tential In some patients it is a useful antibiotic" and has saved many lives. The magazine says although sales had dropped on three sep- arate occasions of widespread publicity to the dangers of the drug, sales bounced back to higher levels. "The latest FDA figures show a five.fold increase in the certi- fication of Chloromycetin cap. sules in June of this year com- pared with June of last year, enough to treat from to people a the magazine says. In a statement, Parke Davis and Co. said: "When viewed in proper perspective with the loX' icily of other anti-infcclivcs, in- cluding antibiotics and sulton. amides, it merits an important place among the physician's tools. In Ottawa, Dr. A. B. Morri- son, deputy director of the food Kinettes Meet COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinetics met recently in the home of Mrs. Gaileii Neville after a two month sum- mer recess. It was a supper meeting. Mrs. Ivan Boras is president for the 1970-71 term. Total membership stands at 18. By-laws were discussed. The Kinettes are working on setting up their by-laws. Wedneiday, Stpfembir 30, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HHAID 3t Soviet Union Tests Space Bomb Again WASHINGTON (AP) The Soviet Union apparently has leslcd its space bomb again, or- biting a payload from a huge SS-3 rockel booster and recover- ing it after cue pass around tho earth, north of the Caspian Sea, a U.S. defence department spokesman said today. The test of the space know as FOBS for fractional or- bilal bombardment system- was held Friday, the depart- ment said, with the launch being referred to by Ihe Soviet Union routinely as Cosmos No. 3G5. Presumably United States tracking stations and other in- telligence sources determined the one-time, 90-minute orbit was a FOBS test. It would be the 20th test since and drug directorate, said in an interview that NIC potential dan- ger arising from use of chlor- amphcnicol-bascd drugs such as Chloromycetin is well rccog. nized. In Canada, containers for cliloramphcnicol must carry precautionary labels saying blood tests should be done be- fore the drug is prescribed, that it should not be used when other, less potentially-harmful drugs are available and that it should never be used for colds, viral throat infections or for preventive medicine. But whether the drug is dan- gerous or not is not the main issue, Dr. Morrison said. "The issue is that it is over- prescribed and over-used." He said thai testimony presented at hearings in Wash, inglon s u g g ested that most chloramphenicol prescriptions were not necessary. FALL DISCOUNTS 20 GALLON GARBAGE CAN KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE GARBAGE BAGS OUR REGULAR PRICE Pkg. 2.44 TKURS. FHI. EAT. Plastic! Guaranteed against splitting or cracking in all weather. FBI. SAT. Ten X 36' green plastic bags with ties in each package! CORDUROY BOXERS OUR REGULAR PRICE 1.99 pr. Toddler Girls' 2-3X ind Junior Girls'3-6X. THUBS. FBI. SAT. BOYS' BOXERS OUR REGUUR PRICE Cordorcy I Toddlers' 2-3XindJuniois'3-6X. THUBS. SAT. MJ PANTY HOSE KRESGE PRICE Seamless nylon [n Tender Beige or Spark O'Spicel S-M-L-XL QUILTED HOUSECOAT OUR REGULAR PRICE 2.98. THURS., FR1., SAT. 1.99 Girls' 2-6x Polyester fabric wilh Kodet fibre fill 1o warmth. Super Pink, Marina. LADIES' FALL STYLED CRIMPOLENE KNIT SLIMS With or without belt loops. Sizes 8-18. Colours mauve, harvest gold, brown, navy. KRESGE PRICES 8.97 ..nd 9.99 DISH CLOTHS OUR REGULAR PRICE -SdFls. Four IB' x 16' waffle weave cloths to a package. THUHS.FRI.SAT. 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