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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 1, 1971 THE lETHBRIDGt 13 Family wash spreads germs if cold water is used WASHINGTON Government scientists say the family wash can spread dis- ease viruses most easily if cold water, recomended by manufacturers of some deter- gents, is used to cleanse bed clothing and wearing apparel. But if hot water is used, the chance of passing on disease vrus is reduced substantially, the scientists said in a report isued Wednesday by the agri- culture department. The tests were conducted at the Southern Research Insti- tute, Birmingham, Ala. Dr. Florence Forziati, as- sistant director of consumer and food economic, said the disease agent used in the test was a polio vims, which is noted for persistency in tex- tiles. Sliy killer on death row CUMMINS PRISON FARM, Ark. (AP) Reporters who have interviewed Joe Newton Kagebien, 16, on death row de- scribe him as shy and diffident. Yet, according to testimony at Joey's trial, he and three teen- aged companions tortured rice farmer Jimmy Wayne Wain- pier, 27, shot and killed him as he pleaded for his life, then stamped on the body. Although Joey is under a death sentence for first-degree murder, the chance I hat lie will go to the electric chair 'r 10 mote. Arkansas has not had an execution since 196J, and the electric chair has been disman- tled and stored. Joey was sentenced Aug. .10 after a controversial trial. He denied any part in the slaying, Wampler, said the defence, made homosexual advances to the four teen-agers. BKING SHOTGUN IN The rice farmer was killed last'Nov. 7. Authorities learned of his death when Kagebien, Benny West, 16, and Larry Man- nis, 17, drove into town about 11 p.m. and met Police Chief James Mason. They gave him a shotgun. West led officers into a field eight miles south of De Witt where the nearly nude body of Wampler was found. The right side of the head was crushed. The left side bore a wound police said was caused by a shotgun fired at point- blank range. The torso was bat- tered. State police Trooper Travis Nash said that West, Mannis or 17-year-old Teddy Kittler of De Witt, who was arrested Nov. 8, claimed Kagebien "jumped up and down" on Wampler's stom- ach after the farmer was dead. "They were all laughing about Nash testified. He read in court what he said was a statement Kagebien had signed. The statement said the four boys held the shotgun and Wampler yelled at them not to shoot him. The other trials arc expected to be held in late October. GRAVEL We are overstocked in '2 inch washed gravel. This gravel is excellent for roads, parking areas, driveways, etc. Reg, Price cu. yd. SALE PRICE CU. YD. TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL CO. Phone 327-3610 JOE NEWTON Denies vharge CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1971 Notice is hereby given under the provisions of the Municipal Election Act that the List of Electors of the City of Lethbridge has been prepared and that a copy of the Lisl of Electors is posted in the following Lelbbridge Public 3rd Avenue S. North Lethbridge Public Library Branch Westminster Plaza South Lethbridge Public Library Branch 1020 20th Slreel Soulh Cily Hall NOTICE is also given that individual lists for each Polling Division have been posted for inspection at the following NORTH LETHBRIDGE School Hall Buchanan School School Paul's School SOUTH LETHBRIDGE 36-Public Library (Main Branch) Memorial Centre Jr. High School 39-Allan Watson School Stewart School School Peterson School Cadet Ship Bawden School Mercury (6th St. and 6th Avc. S.) <18-St. Patrick's School Davidson School School WEST LETHBRIDGE Administration of Lethbridge nny errors or omission in llio said Lisl of Electors by ap- make application to the City Clerk for correction of any trrors or omission in he said Lis of Electors by ap- plication to the City Clerk on or before the 6th day of October. DATED al Inlhbridgc this HI day of October, 1971. JOHN GERLA, Returning Officer. Zel ler's ASSISTANT MANAGER'S SALE CHECK OUR 10-PAGE FLYER FOR MANY OTHER SPECIALS BOYS' or GIRLS' SKI SWEATERS Sizes 4 to 6x Reg. to 3.96 EACH GIRLS' NYLON BLOUSE Double pocket. Fall colors. Sizes 8 to 14 EACH 1. GIRLS' JEANS Flare denim. Stripes, lace front. Sizes 8 to 14 Reg. PAIR MIDNIGHT SPECTACULAR SALE TONIGHT COME EARLY DOORS WILL CLOSE AT 9 IF YOU ARE IN THE STORE BEFORE 9 P.M. YOU CAN SHOP 'TIL 12 MIDNIGHT. 'PIECES OF EIGHT' Will fall onto Zeller's parking lot at p.m. Bring them into the store for SUPER SAVINGS up to 50% off GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL MIDNIGHT ONLY INFANTS' SLEEPERS Stripe or plain. Sizes 6 to 12 months and 12 to 24 months. EACH 1.61 TREASURE HUNT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2nd JOIN THE FUN ONE DAY ONLY DOORS OPEN 9 a.m. CHROME CHAIRS Choice of black, yellow or brown. Reg. 4.99 EACH TWO-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITES Leatherette or fabric Reg. 229.99 NOW SWISS-MADE WATCHES Petite or Girls' Models Reg. 12.96 EACH INFANTS' SNOW BOOTS Fleece lined. Simulated seal skin outer. Sizes 5 to 10. Reg. 7.97 PAIR SPECIAL TAG TREASURE SPECIAL SPECIAL TAG 5.9! LOOK FOR THIS SPECIAL "TREASURE TAG" UP TO 60% OFF BOYS' WHITE JOGGING SHOES Canvas with 2 blue stripes. Sizes 5 to 9. PAIR FEATURED ARE NUMEROUS ITEMS THROUGHOUT THE STORE FOR EXAMPLE: 1 ONLY 19" TV Rog., NOW 1 ONLY 5SW DRYER NRosww" Flashy colors Daring styles Sizes 10 to 18 Reg. 8.56 EACH COME ON IN FIND A TAG YOU COULD MAKE A PURCHASE WITH UP TO 60% Off FREE HOT DOG GIVEN TO EVERYONE WHO COMES TO ZELLER'S TO- NIGHT DRESSED IN A PIRATE COSTUME. GOOD TONIGHT ONLY WIN WIN -WIN A FREE WEEKEND TRIP FOR TWO OCTOBER 8 TO 10 TIME AIRWAYS fuK YOU TO EDMONTON FREE FREE CHATEAU LACOMBE HAS YOUR RESERVATION........... FREE AVIS RENT-A-CAR HAS YOUR CAR FREE SPENDING MONEY FREE SEE EDMONTON-WINNIPEG FOOTBALL GAME iKtt DRAW TO BE MADE OCT. 6th FREE 10-lb, TURKEY Friday and Saturday only if you spend or more on Zeller's credit account or open a new account for or more. You receive a FREE 10-lb. turkey. County Fair Satisfaction Guaranteed! located in South Lelhbridflo Shopping Centre on Mayor Magralh Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;