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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Mercury Found In Fish WINDSOR, Out. (CP) 1-ake Erie lish have been found to contain mercury and samples Undertake Project .EDMONTON' (CP) The Re- search Council of Albei ta is currently carrying out fluoride monitorirg of the atmosphere, vegetation and cattle teeth and bones to discover if fluoride may be emitted from fertilizer plants, says a government pub- lication Within Our Borders. have been sent to the federal government's Winnipeg labora- ,ory for analysis to determine :he amounts, an official of the Ontario Water Resources Com- mission said today. A report is expected before the end of the week. H. A. Clarke, assistant direc- tor of the OWRC's industrial polluton .control department, said preliminary tests con- ducted in Toronto on Lake Erie pickerel have found mercury. The department sent "a muted SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre SURPRISE SHOW Come and see for yourself this special show Wednesday, April 1 only at p.m. Admission Adults 75c Students 50c. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HOW TO COMMIT MARRIAGE" in technicolor, starring Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason and Jane Wyman. Wednesday, April 1. Show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunltmd Theatre "THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER" in technicolor, starring Alan Arkin and Sondra Locke. Wednesday, April 1. Show at p.m. family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE'GOLD GUITAR" in color, starring Del Reeves and Rpy.-Drusky. Wednesday' and Thursday; April 1 and 2. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. Out of Lift -Tab KM; Rratly la a ag" of fish to Winnipeg for inalysis. The Erie mercury pollu- on is believed to come from ef- ueots of the WyandoUe Chemi- al Co. in Wvandotle, Mich., tich is under investigation by Michigan health authorities. Laurentide To Continue Low Rates VANCOUVER (CP) Laur :ntide Financial Corporation Ud. said today it anticipates a continuation o, the trend to- ward lower short-term mleres costs in 1970 but no comparable decline in rates on long-term obligations. In a report to shareholders :he Vancouver based financia institution noted that inflation- ary pressures appear to be com- ing slowly under control, "a though at the cost of some slow down in economic growth some rise in unemployment." This combination of event will present a serious chaHeng to us in 5970 and we eipect I follow highly selective cred policies, even though this w i! necessarily limit the growth in our said the direc tors' report signed by Payl Bri ton Paine, chairman, and M. L Goeglein, president and chie executive officer. April 1, THE tfTHBKIDGt HIKAID 7 SAN FRANCISCO CAP) urlesque queens at the New ollies Theatre took a final unp and grind this week as le city's last refuge for the ripper's art closed its doors. "It's life-well, tike sonw- ody took my teddy bear said Annette, a 20-year-oW strip- from Seattle, awaiting a age cal'. at 'one of the last shows. Headliner Kathy Summers WIFE ACCUSED Tues- day iym Carter WilkiMM, rt, wai ferni tat a CMes. Eiglui. nttage t Us wife, Mrs. Tnuejr WDkuuM, 3t, was W tUytet tn. Mrs. Wilkusw, wly tagUtr ef mer wcrli heavyweight boiiag ekwpiH Gew Tu- ta a nagU- trite'i at AnenluB, EigLud, Twtday to fact a charge Bmrdrriig her husband, febe was remuded ii eiutaijr fcr heuiig April 8. Vancouver Man Accepts City Manager Post HALIFAX (CP) Cyril Hen derson, city manager of Nort Vancouver lot the last nun yean, said today he has ac cepted the position of city man ager of Halifax. The city approached Mr. Hen derson after running into heav opposition over its aDpontmen of Robert Oldland, of Oklahom City, Okla., to the post.'Off rials of black and labor, or ganizations charged that M Odland was insensitive to mi norities and anti-labor. Folio wing demonslr'atioa against the appointment, II Oldland announced that be staying in Oklahoma City an would not accept the post. Burlesque Queens Take Final Bow my age, just call rce veteran" disagreed. "Frankly, this. cKsing, it doesn't "shake me that The buxom blonde said money from burlesque had enabled her to raise a 'sou DOW in the U.S. marines and buy a SCO-acre ranch in Arizona' with "all of 48 horses." "Now I'm going to sit back aid enjoy my well-g o 11 e n she said. .Operator Tiny Becker, a 30- year veteran of burlesque, said he show was making money. "We were able to pay as much as a week to the top stars and still c 1 e a r a he said. But the noon to midnight hours were "a real Becker explained. "They don't call it a grind bouse for no- thing." There seemed little doubt, Wives Seek Canada's Help [n Tracing PoW Husbands OTTAWA (CP) The wives of four U.S. airmen missing in action in Vietnam .for periods to more than three Tuesday sought Canada's lelp in obtaining information about prisoners of war in South- east Asia. The four, from Tucson, Ariz., met E. A. Ritchie, undcrsecre- ary of state for external af- 'airs, at the outset of a journey that will take them to .eight Eu- ropean countries. Purpose of the trip is to mobi- ize public opinion in support of a campaign to get the Commun- ist side in the Indochina war to release the names of prisoners it holds, and to ensure the pris- oners receive humane treat- ment. Mr. Ritchie told the four1- Shirley Appleby, Virginia Gut- tersen, Verna VanLosn and Karen Canada will do "whatever we feel is effec- tive" for those held captive. Canada is a member, with Po- land and India, of the Interna- tional Control Commission for Vietnam. ANNOUNCE FIGURES The four told a news confer- ence later that to American servicemen are still listed as missing in action in the conflict. Some are believed cap-' live in Communist-held parts of Laos, though Hie majority are in North Vietnam. North Vietnam has.promised however, that money was a fac- tor in the c'.osing. The theatre will reopen Friday with a pro- gram of nudie movies and productions at increased prices. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE i-304 5lh St. 5. Abow Notional 327-7244 L-tMxUt DOSS HOSAit, to release the names of 300 pris- oners it holds. Mrs. Guttersen, mother of three children, recently was id- vised that she is to receive a letter from her husband, the first since be was shot down in the Hanoi area Feb. The other three women don't know whether their husbands are alive. The wives are travelling on a fund of some contributed by Tucson citizens. WHITE HEATHER CONCERT CAPITOl THEATRE-inHBRIOGE, ALTA. TUESDAY, MAY 5 at 8 p.m. Starring ANDY STFWART with Full Supporting TOUTS S2.5O S3.00 On SaU at Muilc Ud. Monday, April 13th Sponsored by The Scoli Committee of Si. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens STRAWBERRY TEA 4th 2 p.m. CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE vHOME IAHNG GXOCERY HAMFER XAFHE Doer Frii. Doily M 19-INCH PORTABLE TV MODH IPA 1909 Ooity i p.m.. W.oWtdcry fo 1 p.m. TV FURNITURE APPLIANCES lufway 4th 5th f. 37M3M College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magroth Drive Lottery Tickets On Sale CALGARY (CP) Tickets for the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Sweepstakes, the first lottery approved in the city and the second to the province, went on sale Tuesday. '.Sinner of the first- piize will be decided in a draw and the result of the Stampede Futurity, to be run Sept. 5. Total prize money is and tickets, at each, are be- ing sold by service clubs and charitable organizations. Pro- ceeds from the lottery wfll be used by the Calgary Stampede Association.' Tickets for a similar sweep- stake, to be decided ,bi Ed- monton Aug. 8, went on sale last week. NOW SHOWING At Matinees All This Week p.m. cinema 10 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS ADULT SEE FOR YOURSELF WHO W1U WIN THE ACADEMY AWARDS FOR THE FIRST TIME A CANADIAN BORN GIRL IS NOMINATED PARAMOUNT Expect Pullputs Of U.S; Troops WASHINGTON (AP) De- fence department sources said Tuesday they expect more United States troop withdraw- als from South Vietnam to be ordered in Aprii Withdrawals so far authorized represent a total manpower cut of from the peak U.S. commitment and another withdrawal segment is likely to drop the U.S. troop total In South Vietnam below Edson Man Held For Murder EDSON (CP) Oliver Menunok, 44, of E d s on has been charged with non-cap taJ murder in connection with the death of woman. Jenny Bear, 3J, afeo of Ed- son district, was found dead in a lumber camp 19 miles south- west of here. Edson is 125 miles west of Edmonton. I TONITE and THURS. I At fltld J p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT NOMINATED FOR 9 ACADEMY AWARDS "BEST :BEST PICTURE ACTRESS OFTHETEUr JME FOKDIl" of Review film Cutia THEY 8HOOT HORSES DON'T THEY? COMING NEXT t) "GAILY, GAILY" In Color with Kinntdy NOW SHOWING At and p.m. BEST ACTOR OF THE YEAR! 1 One Of The.Year's Ten.BestP OLLEGE I N A COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 TfTUlA CLAIX SHOUIO WIN AN AWADD fOt THIS ONEI" -WT10NALBWWO Of FAMILY MINIMUM WAGE HIKED WINNIPEG (CP) Provin- cial Labor Minister A. R. (Russ) Paulley said here Mani- toba'] mumnum wage will be increased to S1.50 from an hour. MOM PrtMnts An ArUVjr P. Jacols Prodwlion Peter OToole Petula Clark' "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" Todays I AUDITS and STUDENTS: Evening CHILDREN ANYTIME CAPITOL THEATRE- t Computer Won Teoaii. Shoes- Short Last complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE- Tney Shoot Horses Don't Short Last complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Anne of a ThouMnd Days: Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Goodbye Mr. Short Subjects- Lut complete TODAY thru SAT. TODAY THIU SAT. RUST SHOW AT F.M. BOX OFfrCE OPENS AT P.M. It's a swltcfad-on laugh rioti FAMIIY SHOWING AT REGULAR PRICES KIDS 50c ANYTIME ;