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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, August 16, 1972- CARDS OF THANKS IN MEMORIALS AUESHKNKO Tha family of the late Alice Aivslii'iiko wish to express Hieir grealful nppivd.iikm to nil their relatives ami fviiMids for tho many ads of kindness and expressions of sympathy at the time of tlu'ir iKTeavi'innn. Ari'shniUo ami family. MASSON We wish to ex- press our rtccucst appreciation aiul thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives rent (lowers, donations to the Heart Fund, food, cards anil expressions of sympathy, aiul in way help- ed us in our time of bereave- menl. Thanks to the nurses and doctors of St. Michael's Hos- pital. KiL-finnl. Marilyn and Heather Masson. FIGHT C'HIMK TEL AVIV (AP) Israel's tounli border police, who have hccn liehlmK linvc been assigned to do battle wilh another Aviv's un- derworld. Murders, bomlmiRS and armed robberies are on the increase in the city. DOIH'IIAK In loving mem- ory of a dear grandfather ami nl-tfvanilfathiT, M i e li a e I, wlio passed away August 2V Gentle. Jesus, up above. our granddad nil onr Inve. remembered by Diane and Buzz. Alice and Gordon and great-grand children. CAIUUICH Iii loving mom ory of n hvisbaiid, father and Rraiuifather, lieniard (Bar- passed away August Somewhere the sMnset, vvliLM'e loveliness dies. He dwells in a iKMUtiful den 'iiL'ath tho blue and of tlio .skies. We who have known and kveil him, whose iiarting brought great pain. Will treasure his mcmoiy for- ever, until we again loved and remember ed by his wife Vera, family and grandchildren. SHERIFFS AUCTION SALE OF OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT to be hold at REGULAR THURSDAY AUCTION SAIE HURLBURT AUCTION THURSDAY, AUGUST, 31, 1972 TERMS CASH "f Pursuant to the Albcrla Soiiures Act we will sell Ihe walnut desk; 2 black executive swivel office chairs; Walnut stem desk; Large L-shapctl counter; 4 drav.er metal filing cabinet; 1 drawer portable file cabinet- Block stcno chair; 3-M Copywnlo copier; a chrome and Jealticr chairs; 2 wood and oak cralcnza; SCSI Marchant calculator; Acllcr Commodore electric adding machine; 3 melal storage cabinets; 2 Paymostcr cheque miters; National cash register; Like new Jacuzzi air compressor; Gestctner duplicator; 2 book- casos; Wastebaskets; Adding machines and typewriters; Tapes. Many More Miscellaneous Iloras Too Numerous To .Mention. NOTE: With tKeso items in cur regular Thursday Sale we will ilorl selling thorn at FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 358-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lit. 41 Uc. -1 I" loving 1 HyM 1 F 1. J.V. d 1, of Alpboi'se ('apron, w h u away August 27, 1970. lie suffered wilh ban knew not his fought to yet well, Hut all was in vain. The Lord called him home garden of The is true what they say, cabinet has approved only Ihc government control over fiver remembered by sale and use of fireworks. family. Minister licit Hohol llohol said in a prepared 11-cr In loving mem-orv "f dear father and Rrand-failier, Michael, who passed August 27, 1971. God saw you getting weary, He dirt what lie thought Moment that a regulation will K established prohibiting the sale or discharge of fireworks, except in eases where a permit for public display bas been from Ihc fire commis- put ills linns fire commissioner also And whispered, come and have aiitlinrily to seize and dispose of any fireworks for Kver remembered by a permit has not lieen Annie and Debbie AH stores selling fireworks require a licence issued authority of the licensing trades and businesses Act, In loving Dr. Hohol. un. a dear husband, Hcg, who 1 iic.d av.l> 26, standards for slorinR and handling of fireworks abJ ,jlv Like :i established. wave Ilohol said there have "fi'l L otl a about 150 accidents involv- shore, I H o 1 cl i n f fireworks in Alberta this Properly damage totalled to said Ihe government started studying fireworks accidents days two girls were burned lo 1 in a tent fire just outside growing, in Hay. ,1 T gc'hor, coroner's jury into the recommended a ban on oilier, as a man and a man growing a flickering sun. A tear drying wind team Standing in losl MUCH lit: DID GIVE Siully missed by his hikers 9s plans to enlarge authority is blasted by critics lly KEVIN LONDON tat Prime (CD Minister Reports Call byelccliou REGINA (CT) A provin cial hyelection in the northen Saskatchewan constituency o Athabasca on Wednesday, Sept. 27, was announced Friday by Premier Allan Blakeney. Nomination day will be Mon- day, Sept. 11. GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, Mont. (AP) A rescue team Friday reached a party of California Inkers who were lost in a rugged section of Glacier National Park. Lost were Wayne Powell, 30, Fay Wagoner, !G, and three of Powell's children. The hikers left Lagan Pass Thursday in an attempt to r ca c h Avalanche campground. Park officials said they were Icalh is actively considering a injor enlargement in tlic ;ui- hority of Ills office are meeting generally hostile reaction .ore from critics who label Ihc iroposul an affront to parlia- ucnlary government. Sources confirm (hut Heath las been studyitifj with interest i plan to scL up a full-fledged >rimo minister's department vithin the permanent civil ;crvicc. Experts sny the Kignificancc of .sLicti a department would lie .hat it would enable IIic prime minister to miliaie policy on his own to a far greater degree han i.s Ihe case now when fie las to rely primarily on other departments and cabinet col- leagues to formulaic new legis- lation. The man most likely to head new cslnlilishmL'tit of this kind is Sir William Armstrong, head of the home civil service, permanent secretary to I h u service department and a close associate of Heath, The Daily Mail commented recently: "In power, influence and the wealth he already administers, Sir William makes the Godfa- ther look like the leader of the loc.il Urownies' pack. But b the exercise is ducted with far more sophis- tication than saivn-nlf shot- guns." The Mail said no cnnngc should made in the present distribution of govern ircnt power without an exhaustive puhlic examination antl dis- cussion. 1'The power of the prime minister in modern times lias increased, is increasing rime minister stood to gain rom having "such an unr.at- iral prop to his authority since ic is already chairman of the cabinet and chief political spokesman of the govern- ment." To be fully effective, the new department would have to lake over the public expenditure di- visions of the treasury and in- tegrate these with (he present nnnagcmcnt functions of the :ivil service department. Bui treasury sources Indi- cate they would IK: bitterly op- rosed lo such an emasculation of their authority. Historically, ,says The Times, :'lhe acquiescncc of the cabi- net is necessary before a pro- losnl Incomes a government decision." However seldom it may np- iily, "this is a vital and con- Li n u i n g safeguard against whimsical, arbitrary or dan- gerously .stubborn toll a v lor by the head of government." state affairs, according to the Criminal Code." Show told police they have a list of almost "100 mentally disturbed and re- tarded persons" who have a greed to perform in ni yht- dubs, he said, They usually are dancers, jugglers, tumblers and singers and arc said to be paid fees well below the scale set by per- formers' unions. CALIFORNIA DISNEYUND Next Departures Sopt. 9 and Oct. 7 By deluxe hiway cruiser SEE Disnoyland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tijuana, Mexico, ttis VCRQS, Sah laxo ond more, INCLUDES Transpor- lafion, mghtly cc- cornmotfallon, sight- seeing fn all muior cities Lai Vcflai bonuj Hi neighbor narly and nioro, ESCORTED; 15 fun As Tow Far FREE Brochure Ca SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 320-J702-327-3610 LAS VEGAS KNO Departing Oct. 28 By deluxe hiway cruller SEE Laj Vo g a I, Reno, Carson Cify, Lako lolioc, Vir- flinlu Cily, fioovor Dam, Mormon Ta- bernacle, Salt Lako City and more. INCLUDES: parrulion, mghlly accommodalion. Las bonus pack. Tour of "STRIP" Rcrlo fun pack. Sia'n trips. Sighlsceing of major allraclfonj ond mucri more. ESCORTED; 9 fun- filled davi As low as I 0 7 Your Travel Agent or: Phone 424-7626. 454-1987 207 Kresge Bldg. Edtrionlon, .Alto. gives you or your FOOD DOLLAR THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MONDAY AND TUESDAY, AUGUST 28th, 29th WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING TUESDAY, AUGUST 29th COUNTRY FAIR WHOLE, FROZEN TABLERITE ROBIN HOOD Ib. 20 Ib. bag MAZOLA OIL 32-oz. bottle SWIFTS' BROOKFIELD NO. 1 GRADE......Ib. Ib. ALBERTA GRANULATED WHITE SUGAR 10 Ib. bag MclNTOSH GOLDEN RIPE Ibs. for BANANAS .....12lbs.for FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY FRENCH APPLE PIES ;