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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta }2 THE ISTHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, July 55, 1973 VB WOOLCO 1 HOME FAIR New ways to beautify your home INK SATURDAY jun 21 8 LP. RECORDS FOR 6% HOURS OF CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE see oui" credit office for complete details. SOUNDS GREAT PRICED RIGHT ENTERTAINMENT VALUES WEBCOR COMPONENT STEREO SYSTEM You get if all with this set. Speakers are 3 way matched air suspension type with electronic crossover networks. 50 watt (IPP) 1C circuit receiver with blackout dial, tuning meter and stereo light. Horizontal slide controls. Push buttons for power and AFC. 8 track tape deck with automatic and manual change, plus repeat programming and lighted track readout. BSR automatic 4 speed turntable with 45 RPM adapter. Dust cover. Stereo headphones with hertz range. Heavy duty stand is custom made for this unit and features record storage rack. ORCANA CHORD ORGAN ENSEMBLE Exclusive to Woolco. Chord organ and bench at an unbelievably low price. Organ features 37 keys with 6 major and 6 minor chords, plus variable volume control. Cabinet is a beautiful burnproof walnut finish. Bench is padded for extra comfort and good looks. A beautiful way to make music so easy to learn you can play in- a very short time. Dark Walnut color. 249 .87 COMPLETE 119 .95 COMPLETE brother: Built-in enclosed motor. Built-in blind stitch. 3 needle position. Pushbutton reverse for sewing in either 'direction. Built-in light illuminates sewing area Self-stop bobbin winder winds bobbin white sewing-stops when full. Twin needle, two colour sewing. Calibrated needle plate 461 machine in rich, walnut Finished Desk-Style Cabinet EACH 198 SUPER-DELUXE ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE Pattern cams. Built-in buttonholer. Fingertip touch tension. Pushbutton drop feed for darning, oppliquing and monogramming Simplified threading Ringed pressure foot sews over seams and bulky materials. Complete with instruction book end accessory kit. Lightweight. 461 Machine with Handy Tote Case EACH 166 651 Charger Zig Zag Features o sejf stop bobbin winder, Mitch regulator dial, adjustable thread tension dial, and other features too numerous to rnention. och m U Maple Wood Sewing Box Folds out for easy access to sewing needs. large capacity box thsf :s m mm sectioned oH for individ- mL i uol each economical Electric Scissors Convenient 2 speed switch. Stainlessjiteri blades with protective guard. Built-in light. each 5.99 Skirt Marker Quick and for accurate hem Measures up to 26" from floor. each line. 4.25 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We reserve the right to limit quantities. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEPARTMENT STORES A DTViSKtti OF THE IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT Mushroom menace Deadly mushrooms taken off market OTTAWA (CP) Despite a late start, federal health author- ities took only 30 hours to start a recall last weekend of glass jars of mushrooms that could cause fatal food poison- ing, a health protection branch official said Tuesday. "We got called in said Dr. W. P. McKfflley, director general of the foods directorate. Once they were caOed in, they acted "quickly. A neighbor .tipped Montreal health authorities at a.m. Thursday, July 19, that Baquel Perazzo, 28, of Montreal, was in hospital with possible food poi- soning, he said. The Montreal authorities bad to find the had been in hospital seriously ill for 13 get samples the mushrooms and get them to Ottawa for tests. "We got the nately the rest of the jar bad been put back in her at 4 pjn. Friday here in Ot- Dr. McKMey 6 p.m. we were rushing notices to the press that people should not be eating tins partradariy brand of mushrooms." The brand implicated is Pas- tene Brand Marinated Mush- rooms, which are packed in ounce jars, he said. ANIMALS DIED 'There was no question that the bottle contained Dr. McKinley said m an inter- view. The bgoratory given some of the mushrooms died later Friday night. Canadian authorities ate no- tified the United States Food and Drug Administration, which also recalled the similar mush- room brands in the U.S. on Sat- urday morning. Food directorate laboratory staff and inspectors acoss the country worked most of the weekend to ensure that retailers were being informed and ting the jars off the shelves, Dr. McKinley said. "We were pleased too by the wide publicity given by the news he added. "That's the best way to inform people." The directorate stiD is wor- ried that a few jars that bad already been sold may still be in kitchen cupboards. He urges people to check and to return the jars to the stores or give them to health authorities. CAN BE FATAL Botulism poisoning can be far tal. Mis. Merazzo, who ate only four or five mushrooms, was se- riously in in hospital and had to have a tracheotomy to ease her She was to be re- leased Tuesday after IS dan in hospital. Dr. McKmley said his staff are investigating why ft took ly two weeks for health au- thorities to find out about the case. It is possible that only one or two jars were he said. But authorities still are checking. One possibility for the con- taminated jar is that ttris type of marinated mushrooms have to be soaked in vinegff to acid- ify them so that Udulwn organ- isms won't grow, he said, ft is a possibility that one or two shrooms didnt get into the vinegar brine, but then did get into the jars. Blacks file damage suit 111 syphilis experiment MONTGOMERY, Ala. A 11.8-bfllion damage suit growing out of the Tuskegee sy- philis experiment was filed in federal court Tuesday on behalf of blacks who, the suit says, were victims of "a program of controlled genocide." The suit was fifed by the Le- gal Defence Fund, an of the National Association far tile AdvitaCCUieUl Of Colored People, against several federal and state agencies. They in- cluded the TJnfted States puufic beafth service, which the suit says conducted the "shocking study in human tx- and ajjiinsl the state of Alabama and its board of health. Only poor, uneducated black men in rural Macon County were used in the the suit says. It denounces the study which began in 1932 as "a program of controlled gerl ocide" because of the race and color of the participants- The complaint seeks lion in damages for each of be 600 men who participated on- knowingly in the experiment. II includes those still surviving, and the heirs and estate of those who have died. The soft sara the were never told they bad sy- philis and some still Mving did not team about it until they were officially notified in April this year. Twenty-six or more died ban the disease. The purpose of the experiment was to determine by after death just what syphilis does to the human body. Council member found guilty WHITEHORSE Y.T. (CP) Territorial councillor Kenneth McKkmon was found guflty of failing to register for the Yukon Medicare Ban and was fined 125. McfQmon told the court he is in favor of medicare plans, but not the Yukon plan. Be also said there have been massive public protests against the plan and be had a duty to his con- stituents to oupuyc it sft every Last week in a similar case, Yukon Conservative MP Erik Nielsen was fined He sad Its would aueaL ;