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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta -THc LETH8RIDGE August DEATHS BKADSHAW Passed away on Tuesday. August 6, 1974. Nellie Clare Bradshaw, age 80 years, of Fort Macleod. Funeral service will be held in Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church, Friday at 2 p.m. Rev. Maes officiating. Interment in the Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in the Holy Cross Church. Thursday at p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD. C889 MANYCHIEF Passed away on Monday. August 5th, 1974. Raymond Manychief. age 46, beloved husband of Mrs. Adeline Many-chief of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church. Blood Reserve. Satur- day at 11 a.m.. Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Inter- ment in Blood Band Cemetery. Wake service in St. Mary's Church, Friday at 7 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. C890 WOOD Fern E.. passed away in Cardston on Tuesday, August 6th. 1974 at the age of 88 years, beloved wife of the late Ben J. Wood of Cardston. Survivors include four sons. Sylvan of Boise, Idaho, Rex of Salt Lake City, Utah, Kenneth of Cardston and Byard of Boise. Idaho; 15 grandchildren. 48 great- grandchildren: two sisters, Gwen Heninger of Cardston and Margaret Nye of Ogden, Utah She was predeceased by her husband. Ben J. Wood and a daughter. Ardith and an in- fant daughter. Elizabeth Hose. Funeral services will be held in the South Hill L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday. August 10th at 1 p.m. with Bishop Melvin Cottle officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Cardston. Directors of Funeral Service. C893 IN MEMORIAM PETERSEN In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Emma Petersen. who passed away on August 8. 1971. Somewhere beyond the sunset. Where loveliness never dies. She dwells in a beautiful garden. With the blue and gold of the skies. We who have known and lov- ed her. Whose parting brought great pain. Treasure her memory forever. Until we meet again. remembered by her husband Albert, daughter Dorothy, son Warren and families. 9158 CARDS OF THANKS BETHLEN LADIES' AID wishes to thank all who supported their raffle. The first prize was won by Mrs. Marilyn Girodat of Calgary, the second prize was won by Calvin Toth of Lethbridge. C883 PIERSON I would like to express my appreciation and heartful thanks to my doctors of Bigelow Fowler Clinic. nurses and staff of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital; all my friends for the lovely cards, phone calls, visits, and flowers, and visits from Rev. Derek Hoskin. -Kathleen Pierson. 9160 POROCHNUK To, our neighbors and friends for the sympathy and kindness shown us on our recent loss of a dear husband, father and grand- father, Nickolas Porochnuk of Bellevue, Alberta, our deepest appreciation and thanks. Your cards, floral tributes and memorial contributions are deeply appreciated. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Marie Porochnuk and family. 9159 CLEAR OR COLORED Honey ranges in color from water-white to wine-red. U.S. gov't cracking down on Big Three advertising WASHINGTON (AP) -The United States Federal Trade Commission tFTO moved Wednesday against energy- crisis advertising, including some mileage claims by three car manufacturers. The commission initiated administrative action against ads by Ford and Chrysler and said it had achieved negotiated settlements of what it considered misleading fuel consumption ads by General Motors, three car dealers, two recreational- vehicle trade associations and a boating trade association. The General Motors ads had declared the Cadillac Eldorado to be superior in fuel economy to 73 other models. The FTC contended the ad was misleading because the Environmental Protection Agency tests cited by the ad included more than one model ot each car. MUST BE SPECIFIC General Motors agreed not to make fuel economy claims unless it specifies the models involved and can back up the claims with valid tests. The Ford dispute involved ads reporting that four Ford and Mercury cars attained mileage as high as 32 miles to a gallon in a cross-country drive. The commission said the ad might give the mis- leading impression that the ordinary driver could expect to get that kind of mileage. In response. Ford cited a line in one of the ads saying, "Of course, the mileage you will get depends on many fac- tors: equipment, engine dis- placement, vehicle weight, local road conditions and your personal driving style." The Chrysler ad claimed a buyer could get a small Chrys- ler Corp. car which gets better mileage than a Chevy Nova The FTC said the ad didn't go far enough and specify that the comparison did not hold if eight-cylinder Chrysler cars were compared with eight-cylinder Novas. Chrysler argued that the ad stands up. even if it didn't specify it was talking about six-cylinder engines. Eye test can identify schizophrenic tendency SHE'S a big girl now, recognize her? Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the late President John F. Ken- nedy, has blossomed into a 16-year-old debutante turn- ing the heads of those who attended school graduation ceremonies for her cousin Edward. CHICAGO (AP) Univer- sity of Chicago researchers say they have found an eye test that can identify persons prone to schizophrenia before they actually get sick. Schizophrenia is a severe and widespread emotional dis- turbance. It involves a retreat from reality with disordered thinking, delusions and hallucinations. The report says that persons with an inherited tendency to- ward schizophrenia can be identified with a test involving measurement of eyeball movements while watching a swinging pendulum. The report, by Dr. Philip Holzman and his colleagues. appears in the August issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry, published by the American Medical Association. The ability to identify fami- ly members whose eyeball movements show the same un- usual pattern found in schizophrenics means it now may be possible to treat such persons before they actually manifest the disease. Several drugs are available for control of the disease. The researchers found that when schizophrenics watch a pendulum swing, their so- called eyeball pursuit of the moving objeet is halting rather than Smooth. These movements can be measured with tiny electrodes attached to the edge of the eye. The difficulty could be related to the mental dis- order, the researchers said, or it could also be related to muscular or nerve disorders which might be identified with schizophrenia. ALONE IN RANK Gen. Omar Bradley, Amer- ica's first chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is the only living United States five- star general. 'Americans in plane raids' PARIS (AP) A Viet Cong spokesman said today planes piloted by Americans have taken part in recent raids Gospel music group sings here today The Musical Lindquists. an American gospel music and evangelical team, will appear at the Lethbridge Evangelical Free Church from today through Sunday. The group will appear at p.m. today. Friday and Saturday. and at 7 p.m. Sunday. for dust control Windbreaks costing were formally approved by cabinet this week as the province's immediate contribution to cutting Coleman's dust problem. Coleman Collieries has already installed sprinkler systems at its coal-cleaning plant and stockpiles in the Crowsnest Pass town to help settle the tons of dust which its operations produce. The company is also using rubber tires instead of tracks on vehicles to cut down dust. The windbreaks should help prevent high winds in the from making the problem worse. Meanwhile, the province and company are Co operating in long range plans to move the plant outside the town. Bridge results Hamilton Wed Evening D.B.C., July 3 N.S. 1. J. C. Landeryou. M. J. Grant; 2 J P. Lodermeier. M. F. Angyal; 3. Isobel Wright. Louine Smith. E.W. 1. David Miron. H. C. Ko: 2. Les Santa. Gerry Perry: 3. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Daviduk. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C., July 10 N.S. 1. Lloyd Newton. M. R. Mrazek; 2 George and Charlie Roberts; 3. Isobel Wright. Audrey Topping. 1 David Miron. H. C. Ko; 2. Norman Hall. Bill Wong; 3 and 4 tied Garth Pilling. E. C. Goodman with Mrs. H. E. Balfour. Bill Daniel. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C., July 17 N.S. 1. Robert Santa. Mark Yoshihara; 2. Ruth Chapman. Isobel Johnson; 3. George and Charlie Roberts E.W. 1. D. E Michaelis, Bill Zumstein: 2 Elmer Culler. Bill Daniel; 3. Mike Grisak. Betty Palmer. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C., July '24 N.S 1. Richard Spackman. Ken Penton; 2. Ena Turner. Irma Shaw; 3. Ruth Chapman. Isobel Johnson. E.W 1. Byron Nilsson, Bob Wobick; 2 Tony Kireef. Dan Jurisich. 3 and 4 tied Albert and Elmer Culler with Ross Miron. H C. Ko. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C., July 31 N.S. 1. Myrna McDonnell, Mary Ainscough; 2. Peg McCann, Neil van Seters; 3. John Maegaard. Marie Wylie. E.W I Mary Wobick, Bill Daniel; 2. Elmer Culler. Albert Culler; 3. David Miron. H. C. Ko. Don't forget the annual Lethbridge Sectional Bridge Tournament Aug. 16. 17 and 18 at Sven Ericksen's Restaurant. REVOLUTIONARY DIES MOSCOW (Reuter) Alex- ander Belyshev, the man who gave the signal said to have launched the October, 1917, Bolshevik revolution in Russia, has died in Leningrad at the age of 81, Tass reported Tuesday. against Viet Cong-held territory in South Vietnam. Duong Dinh Thao, the spokesman tor the Viet Cong delegation attending the Viet- nam political talks here, specifically cited a bombing in .June of Ben Cat. north of Saigon. Addressing a news confer- ence. Thao accused United States Consul-Genera 1 Fred- erick Brown in Da Nang of be- ing a military commander for the northern most tactical re- gion of South Vietnam. He said American personnel under Brown also direct field operations in South Vietnam in violation of the Paris agree- ment on Vietnam. He also said Americans go into the field to supervise executions. Thao also charged that the U.S. in the first six months of this year has supplied South Vietnam with 190 planes of all kinds. 500 tanks and armored vehicles. 200 heavy artillery pieces and 400.000 tons of am- munition, all in violation of the Paris agreement. "The United States has never renounced its aim of neo-colonialist domination" of South Vietnam. Thao declared. V In Switzerland, they go to great heights for Canadian Club. There's an inn 2.065 meters up at Kleine Scheidegg in the Bernese Alps that serves Canadian Club. Because anything less just wouldn't be worth the climb. All over Switzerland and around the world, when people think of the finest, lightest, smoothest whisky, they think of Canadian Club. Isn't it nice to know the world can get together about something? The finest of fine Canadian whiskies is "The Best In The House" in 87 lands: Afghanistan. Algeria, Antarctica. Antigua. Argentina, Aruba, Australia. Austria. Bahamas. Barbados. Belgium, Bermuda. Brazil. Canada, Canary Islands. Ceylon. Chile. Christmas Island. Costa Rica. Curasao. Denmark. Dominican Republic. Ecuador. Ethiopia. FIJI, Finland. France. Germany, Gibraltar. Greece, Greenland. Grenada, (luadtUiupe, Haiti, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran. Iraq. Ireland. Israel. Italy. Jamaica. Japan, Jordan, Kenya. Korea. Lebanon, Libya. Malta. Mexico. Morocco. Nepal. Netherlands, New Guinea, New Zealand Nigeria, Norway. West Pakistan. Peru, Philippines, Poland. Portugal. Puerto Rico. Sierra'Leone. Solomon Islands. South Africa, Spain, Sudan. Sweden, tahi'i. Tanzania. Thailand. Trinidad. Tunisia, Turkey. U.S.S.R.. United Kingdom, United States. Uruguay. Virgin Islands, Yugoslavia, and Zambia. Canadian Club is distilled and bottled in Walkerville by Hiram Walker Sons Limited PRO-HOME CENTRE "Your Pro Store for Hard-to-Find Hardware" PHONE 328-4441 a K'tf stfe I'Siff WINE MAKING KIT Make your own gourmet wine. It's easy and fun too, with all-new wine making kit. 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