Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Oct.b.r 10, WO THI IITHMIOCI HHAIO TT U.S. Congressional Vote Drive Hits Full Tilt WASHINGTON (CP) Cam- paigning far the Nov. 3 congres- sional elections hits full tilt this weekend with Richard Nixon's Republican party hoping against considerable odds to wrest control of both Houses from the Democrats. Although the R u b 1 i c a n ranks are superbly organized and well financed, the betting at this early date is that the Dem- ocrats will retain a working ma- jority in the Senate and House of Representatives. This is despite the fact the Democrats came out of the 1968 elections with a debt said to be million and are still virtually leaderless and disorganized. Ad- d i t i o n a 11 y, their traditional trade union support seems to be wavering. Working against the Republi- cans, however, is the historic inclination of American voters Science Building Has Deficiencies EDMONTON (CP) While most problems with the million biological sciences building at the University of Al- berta are minor, some design errors will be corrected, a spo- kesman said. Dr. W. D. Neal, vice-presi- dent in charge of campus plan- ning and development, said the building was constructed "s t r i ct 1 y with the national building code in mind." He said, any major building has deficiencies which emerge during construction and most are remedied by eenstruction firms as they finish off Some of t h e problems with the building, described by Dr. Neal as one of the most up-to- date buildings for biological sciences in North America, are: Water from the greenhouse on the fifth floor leaks into the cafeteria on the fourth floor. Showers in some laboratories hang over electrical outlets. The science students associa- tion office has two ceiling lights that are permanently on be- cause there are no switches. The incinerator is just three feet from a gas line. A tap for a laboratory's dis- tilled water has no sink and it's installed over an electrical out- let. A glass pipe carrying distill- ed water broke and :the office of Dr. E. S. Keeping was flood- ed. Damaged was a research collection which Dr. Keepingj a scientist who deals with moulds and fungi, had been gathering for more than 40 years. Additionally, some technical journals were ruined and only some can be replaced. The building is the last on campus to be designed by the provincial public works depart- ment. Lews Claims 5 Eskimos Sterilized OTTAWA (CP) David Lewis, New 'Democrat deputy leader, said Friday that five Es kimo women on Holman Islaix in the Arctic have been steri lized in a northern health pro- gram. Other Eskimo women are being considered for the "inhu- man Mr. Lewis said in the Commons. Northern Development Minis ter Jean Chretien replied he knew of no program au thorized by federal authorities He was checking terriloria health Wficisls for information The northern health service is responsible, for health care in the Northwest Territories bu officials in the Arctic have au Ihority to make decisions with out reference to Ottawa. A department official sai hsre that while he knows of n such program in the North, it is possible that some Eskim women had asked to be steri lized and that the doctor ha agreed. Mr. Lewis said the program is inhuman because of the birtr 'control methods available. o turn somewhat against .the jarty controlling the White louse in a non-presidential, off-year" election; The next presidential race comes in 1972. Up for grabs are 35 of the 100 Senate seats and all 435 House eats. Senators are elected for ix-year terms, representatives or too years. Thirty-five of the 50 state gov- ernorships go on the line in Joyember, of which 24 now are leld by Republicans and 11 by >emocrats. Of the 15 governor- ships not at stake this year, the lepublicans hold eight and the Democrats seven. Also, state legislature elec- tions in all but five states this year take on, exceptional politi- cal importance with reappor- tionment of congressional dis- tricts in most states expected before the 1972 elections. Both parties want control of legislatures, which will draw the district lines. In the Senate elections, it would take a net gain of seven Republican seats to. put party in charge there for the first time in 16 years. The standing now is 57 Democrats, 43 Republicans. In a party deadlock, Vice- President Spiro T. Agnew, as president of the Senate, would cast the decisive the decide which party would control and chair the all-powerful committees and organize the work calendar for the next two years. In the House, the Republicans have small hope of gaining con- trol. Present standing is 243 Demo- crats, 187 Republicans, five va- cant and only 69 seats are consi- dered is, won by five per cent of the total vote in the last election. What Nixon and Agnew ap- parently are counting on is an acceleration of the drift to the right among American voters, a trend that strategists from both parties contend is present. In the absence of clear-cut is- sues, public concern over the crime rate, the activities of mil- itant minority campus violence, unemployment and the rising cost of living seem equally topical. .Incredibly, the Vietnam .war its not an active issue, in the al- most unanimous view of politi- cians." SHOPPERS' WORLD LTD. SUPERMARKET EQUIPMENT LIQUIDATION Foodstore Refrigeration Butcher Shop Restourent Bakery Fixtures ond Equipment Building Materials and miscellaneous items. Saturday, Oct. 17th at a.m Everything to the highest bidder no reserve! or bid-ini, Shopptrs' World Town Country Foods is the site chosen for o modern new hotel everything mult be so that construction may begin this fall. Viewing and Inspection The Supermarket will be open 6 days o week during regular business hours for viewing and in- spection of equipment by prospective buyers start- ing October 1st. A private viewing may bi ar- ranged by phoning 327-5885. sold TERMS-CASH 1. All equipment was in operating condition prior to the listing of the sale. 2. Purchasers must remove everything by October 25, 1970. 3. Assistance will be provided pur- chasers in dismantling and loading majority of the equipment until October 25. CASH REGISTERS SCALES 5 SPEDI CHECK-OUT COUNTERS 5 Sped! check-out counters, complete with Toledo scales, wrapping counters, etc.; 5 National Cash Registers, used with Sped! counters; 3 National Cash Registers) 2 Chatlon Dial Scales; 1 National Packaging Scale; 1 Dayton Scale 24Jb. capacity. GROCERY CARTS 92 Grocery Carts; 7 Customer Carry-out Carts. PRODUCE AND MEAT REFRIGERATED DISPLAY CASES 30 ft. Hussman low temperature display case; 32 ft. Tyler low temperature case (2- 12' sections 1-8' 40 ft. Hussman 3 tier dairy case (5-8' 60 ft. Hussman produce display case, mirror back (4-11' sections and 2-8' 8 ft. Hussman cooler meat display case; 32 ,ft. Hussman cooler meat display case; 20 ft. Hussman low temperature meat display case; Bakery refrigerated display case 6 ft. x 4 ft.; 4 Hussman 10 ft. 9 inch cooler display cases; Soft drink refrigerated case. MEAT EQUIPMENT 128 feet of Meat Trackage, complete with scale and hooks (to be removed by 1 Set of 3 meat rails, 28' long; 1 Set of 3 meat rails, 16' long; Electric meat wrapper; meat block; Various size meat culling tables; 6 Meot slock trucks; Poly bagging machine; 78 Aluminum meat trays; 10 Aluminum meat tubs; Biro Meat Tenderizer; Count- ers Tables and miscellaneous butcher shop tools and equipment. COMPRESSORS For display cases will be available and will sell separately. 13 Frigidaire compressor units. Sealed-units and coils various sizesi V4 h.p. single phase to S h.p. 3 phase. 1 Brunner 5 h.p. 3 phase compressor. DISPLAY SHELVES RACKS TABLES A large quantity of modern shelving and display fixtures. 4 Grocery Gondolas 24 ft. shelf 4 Grocery Gondolas 24 ft. (4 shelf 6 Steel 2 ft. X 6 inch warehouse storage racks. 100 ft. Adjustable wall shelving; 5 Bakery display coses; A large number of wooden and metal display tables, racks, stands (portable and fixed) and other fixtures used in supermarkets. 2 Ideal Produce Wrappers No. 192 produce preparation tables. MISCELLANEOUS Hand railing 42 ft.; Electric conveyor iO ft. (heavy 960' Chrome grocery shelf moulding; 2 Floor scrubbing tubs; Metal shower with laps; sq. ft. used textured ceiling tile. fire proof. Large quantily of 9" x 9" ceiling tile. All ceiling and wall material inside the building. (Must be removed by purchaser by Oct. 25, ATTEND IHIS GIGANTIC LIQUIDATION. EVERYTHING SELLS, NO RESERVES A DETAILED LIST IS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING PERLICH BROS. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS, AUCTIONEERS PERLICH BROS AUCTIONEER MARKET LTD. Box 1057, lethbridge Phono 328-3951 JOE PERLICH TONY PERLICH lie. No. 010293 Lie. No. 010292 Phono 328-9772 Phone 328-3951 EATON'S Custom Royal Saving Eaton's Made-to-Measure Suit Sale Starting Tuesday, Eaton's made-to-measure suit sale! YOU make the decision re- garding style and fabric EATON'S expert .tailors provide the impeccable fit and workmanship. Choose from a wide selection of all wool worsteds and wool blends. Good variety of patterns includes dramatic stripes, bold geometries, classic glens, pics and dressy plains. Colours are blue, green, brown, heather, grey, rust. .Fashion, quality, and savings they add up to a great buy at Eaton's. Be prepared for the Christmas sea- son in a smart made-to-measure suit. Allow 5 weeks for delivery. ,50 Coat and Pants; Sale, suit VEST. Sale, each Sizes 47 to 49: extra 10% Size 50 and over: extra 15% 17.W 37 EXTRA PAIR PANTS. Sale, each Double breasted styling 5.00 extra. 99 .95 2 suits for 195.00 Made-To-Measure Shop, Main Floor Men's Sweater Sale Save Up To 50% Half Price Clearance An outstanding selection of dressy sweaters for the men in your family. Medium to bulky weights, cerw ond V-necks in the group. Plain ond novelty knits in a great choke of styles. Grey, Olive, Blue, Brown tones. Sites S-M-l-XL. Hurry In and take advantage of these half price buys! Reg. 16.95 to 27.50. SALE, each Double Knit Cardigans and Pullovers Exceptionally low for upcoming Winter chillsl Cardigan hai seven-button front in double knit. Three tone contrast trim, self collar. Sizes S-M-L in Brown, Green Blue, Gold. Choose from V-neck or crew neck pullover. Sizes S, M, L, in brown, green, blue, gold. CARDIGAN Reg. 19.95. SALE, each 12 .9! PULLOVER Reg. 17.95. SALE, each 11 ,95 Men's Wear, Main Floor USE YOUR EATON BUDGET CHARGE. NO DOWN PAYMENT, PAY MONTHLY. Store Closed All Day Monday. Shop Tuesday 9 to Buy Line 328-8811.