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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Waterfowl Free Of Mercury EDMONTON (CP) Exten sive testing of mallard, pintail and greenwing teal ducks shows that preferred waterfowl spe- cies in Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories are almost free of mercury con- Coiitract Let For Million Home For Aged EDMONTON (CP) Cana Construction Ltd. of Edmonton has been awarded a provincial government contract for an 18-storey senior citizens' residence here. The government said other tenders went as high as 000. First of its kind in Alberta, the highrise will provide ac- commodation for 398 persons and will include laundry facil- ities, lounges and rooftop sun- decks. lamination, Dr. A. H. Macpher- son, regional director of the Ca nadian Wildlife Service said to- day. "All the samples we took from Hie flesh of the tested birds were well below the .5 parts per million set as a maximum tol- erance level." He said the highest level in the tested species was in pin- tails, which averaged about .1 parts per million. Mallards test- ed at .03 and teal at .06. Dr. Macpherson said there might be a slightly higher de- gree of contamination among scaup and merganswer ducks, "but these are less preferred by hunters." COURSE IN CHINESE SASKATOON (CP) Can- ada's first correspondence course in tiie Chinese language will be offered in the 1970-71 ac- ademic year by the University of Saskatchewan. Students will receive tapes with instructions on them and send in their own tapes. The university has had regular courses in the Chinese language. 1971 FORD MAVERICK Three Ford Cars Sell For Less 'OAKVILLE, Ont. (CP) Three 1971 Ford models will sell for 1.8 per cent less than last year but engines have been re- duced in size, Ford Motor Co. of Canada has announced. The Torino Cobra that sold for last year will sell for less in 1971 but the 429-cubic- inch engine that was standard in 1970 is unavailable this year, [nstead, the Cobra is equipped with a 351 cubic inch engine. The Cyclone Spoiler, which lad a list price of last year, is listed at for 1971. in 1970 it had a 429 engine as standard equipment. This year a 351 engine is standard and if you want a 429 it will cost you extra. The Mustang Mach 1 is listed For Canada Craze ADELAIDE (Reuters) A South Australian company says it will supply a million moulded plastic boomerangs for Cana- dian distribution. The boomer- angs, in a range of six colors and weighing 1V4 ounces each, were bought to launch a coast- to-ccast boomerang throwing craze in Canada. at this year, less than the 1970 model. A 302 en- gine is standard and it will cost to have the 351 that was standard last year installed. In addition a "sports interior pack- age" that was standard in 1970 models will be optional hi the '71s, at extra. It includes vinyl highback bucket seats with stripes, an electric clock, rear-seat ashtray, deluxe instru- ment panel and a two-spoke steering wheel. However the Torino GT that sold for in 1970 will sell for less on the '71s with no change in equipment! Seplembtt 23, 1770 THE LETHBRIDOE HERAtD 27 Retail Prices Shift Slightly In 10 Cities OTTAWA (CP) Retail prices in cities across Canada shifted only marginally during August in line with the stand- pat performance of the all-Can- ada consumer price index. The 10 separate urban indexes for August, reported today by Dominion Bureau of Statistics, show narrow fluctuations from July. They range between dec- lines of two-fifths of one PIT cent in Montreal and Ottawa and increase of one-fifth of one per cent in St. John's, Nfld., Saint John, N.B., and Edmonton and Calgary. Two of the 10 indexes cover t w o and Saskatoon-Regina. There were wider variations hi the range of increases since August, 1969. The combined Sas- katoon-Regina index was only 1.4-per-cent higher than a year earlier; Halifax prices showed an increase of 3.2 per cent in the 12 months. Turner In N.Z. AUCKLAND, N.Z. (Reuters Canadian Justice Minister Turner arrived here Tuesday for a five-day visit. Turner is expected to have talks with his New Zealand counterpart, Jus- tice Minister Daniel Riddiford. The all-Canada price index for August, published last week, was 2.8 per cent above August, That means roughly that a list Man Is Killed At Cold Lake COLD LAKE (CP) Ronald John Tymochko, 28, of Cold Lake died in a head-on colli- sion between two vehicles near this northeastern Alberta corn- OLDEST HOUSE The oldest frame house in New Hampshire is Jackson House, built in 1960 in Ports- mouth. of goods and services valued at in August, 19C9, hod risen in price to by last month. By the same measurement, shopping lists of August, 1969, in each of the urban re- gions had advanced in a year as follows: St. John's, Nfld. Hali- fax Saint John Montreal Ottawa Toronto Winnipeg S'askatoon-Regina Ed- monton-Calgary and Vancouver Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS wmmm FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge Herald SALE STARTS THURSDAY, SEPT. 24th, fcOO AND RUNS THROUGH TIL P.M. ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 26th. SANTA SALE TOYS PRICE OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL TOYS TO CLEAR SPECIAL SPECIAL COLOR TV (Not os illustrated) IN DELUXE CONSOL CABINET Color Control Automatic fine tuning Reg. 849.95 EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE 1.95 W.T. STEREO ROGERS MAJESTIC SAVE 110.00 With Radio, auto- matic frequency control, FM multiplex. Reg. 359.95 EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE (Not at illustrated) 249 ,95 SPECIAL SEWER and BELLOT SHOT SHELLS T2 Gauge 25 in a Box EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE 1 .79 FOR DAD AT CHRISTMAS! RECLINERS THIS CHAIR HAS A VIBRATOR Reg. 169.95 Early Christmas Price viunni 114 .95 CHROME SUITES 7-PCE. RANCH STYLE 77" Reg. 169.95. "t "t Q EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE 5-PCE. DINETTE SUITE Rich Bronzefone Legs and Frame. Reg. 79.95. fm( EARLY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 94" SPECIAL Hay, Manure Utility Forks TO CLEAR 25% a, SPECIAL J LAUNDRY BASKETS V4 PRICE 4 Reg. j.09 4 Early Christmas Price 55' GARBAGE CANS ame QQ Fully Corrugated. All Joints Double Seamed. Reg. 5.39 EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE WINCHESTER COOEY MODEL No. 71 RIFLES 30.06, 308 and 270 Reg. 104.95 77 EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE 77 CONSEL CHORD ORGAN 50 CHORDS 37 KEYS Complete with music books and hassock bench, EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE SPECIAL i VACUUM BOTTLES Reg. 1.19 4 Early Christmas Price i> f SPECIAL 24-PCE. STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE SET In pleasing wheat Reg. 10.95 Early Christmas AAAAA All SCHOOL SUPPLIES TO CLEAR 25% 670 MODEL 12 GAUGE PUMP SHOTGUN Reg. 10495 77 88 EARLY CHRISTMAS i i PRICE I 20 GAUGE MODEL 1400 SHOT GUN Fully automatic mm ventilated rib. V U 1% Reg. 216.95 1 EARLY CHRISTMAS _ PBITP W FAMILY SIZE COLGATE TOOTHPASTE EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE Stools Reg. 1.49 Early Christmas Price Starter Reg. 59c mr mrr Christmas Price BANDAGES 60 ASSORTED BANDAGES Reg. 89c. EARLY CHRISTMAS PRICE I9l) SPECIAL BLACK and DECKER f 7M" CIRCULAR SAW Early Christmas SPECIAL 1 1 BAGS 26x36 Pkg. of 10 Reg. 69c Early Christmas Prici i 4 4 1 4 I OPEN BOTH THURDSAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL P.M. MARSHALL WELLS JM 3186th StreelS. Phone 327-6727 IETHBRIDGE DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE GREAT EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPER STOPPERS SPECIAL 60 and 100 WATT I BULBS teg. 2 for 59c i: ;