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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IMt UIHaKIDGS HERAID 33 MAU EMPLOYMENT 'Wcilneidoy, .June 3P EDUCATIONAL BUSINESS For Gove By THE ASSOCIATED I'REf George C. Wallace has woi his bid to recapture Alabama', the likely prelude to another United S'tates prcsi dsntial race in and Jess Unruh won tlie Democratic nomination to oppose Gov. Ron aid Reagan of California. Wallace, who overcame a nar rov.' first-primary loss, proinptlj celebrated his victory in Tues day's democratic runoff over in cumbent Albert P. Brewer bj demanding that President Nixoi "give us back our schools." Nearly complete returns gave Walace votes, Brewer In California, Unruh, a slimmed-down version of the man known as Big Daddy while speaker' of the state's assembly in the mid-19dOs, easily outdistanced Mayor Sam Yorty of Los Angeles. Reagan was unopposed for Republican rsnominatlon for the November election. Primaries in the United States are held to select candidates for general elections. Only registered voters are eligible to vote for candidates for their party's nomination. TUNNEY LEADS California's battle of two anti-war Democrats saw Representative John V. Tunney, Bid rnorship Sof former heavyweight boxing champion Gene Tumicy, a'iicad of George K. Drown Jr.. who once threatened to launch impeachment pro-cecdings against President Nixon because of the U.S. attack into Cambodia. I GEOKGE WALLACE primary elections The winner faces incumbent Senator George Murphy, the on.e-t.ime actor and dancer, who defeated millionaire industrialist Norton Simon in the Republican primary. Murphy is 3-strong supporter of President Nixon's policies hi Southeast Asia. Returns from 16 per cent oJ California's 21.501 precincts gave Unruh Yorty At the same time, the totals stood Tunney 1S2.627, Brown Murphy Simon The year's busiest political day so far, with balloting hi eight states, saw the re-nomination of four Democratic senators Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana, John C. Sten-nis of Mississippi, Harrison A. Williams Jr. of Kew Jersey and Joseph M. Montoya of New Mexico. Besides Reagan, two othef Republican governors were Robert D. Ray of Iowa, who was unopposed, and Frank Farrar of South Dakota. HIGH SCHOOL A T HOME. Cantiiid'a It'fliili't) Nations! Co ''M 6th Ave. S.E., C'llrjfity, A ta. Ph'jMC CJjJMfh 6TMUSIC n ConL Of BIRTH i KOHMSN John and Sawlj i ;u'e pleased to announce the Ibu-tli of a daughtei, Uobyi I Sandra. May in Letbbrklgc j Municipal Hospital. 7 Ibs. I-ozs. A sister for Paula. In-sul'Cii. FUNERALS TALL.UA.N ser vice for Larry Tallman, beloved husband of Mrs. Tallman of Taber who died at Taber Sunday, May 31, .1970 at the age of 83 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. June 2, 1970, in St. Theodore's Anglican Church. Taber, with Rev. U. L. Crisfield officiating. '.Pallbearers were Wilson Lindsay, Tom Turner, Leo McCar-tee, Hugh Reid, Silvio Bonctte and Garth Lcdgerwood. Interment was in tlie Taber Memorial Gardens. .Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, was in charge of the arrangements. MacLEAN Requiem mass for Donald MacLean, beloved husband of Mrs. Elsie Mac-Lean of 722 12th St. "C" M. who died in the city Sunday, May ijl 1970, after a brief illness at the ag.e of 9] years, was said at a.m. Wednesday in St. Basil's Roman Catholic 'Church with Rev. Gaston Marien (he celebrant. Pallbearers were David McCuaig, John Krall, Wallace Krall, Wayne Schel-Ihom, William Kiczula and Edward Zilke. Interment was in tlie Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the inemfoj I ;i! CARD OF THANKS MURRAY I would like to extend sincere to the doctors, nurses and staff at tlie Lethbridge Municipal Hospital i for the wonderful care 1 ed as a patient, also to my co-j workers at the Research Station and friends for (lie many visits, for flowers, gifts and cards that were showered upon me and for tile many kindnesses extended. Murray. vtAtf APF'fffNTICir. ojiln' your runoff old or .MIL 00 PAIN MUG. Df-COKAUNG MPLOYME N 1 WAN T t! D BY R ROViP Stall JJertjejnt moving fc [-MH.'Miki" 'uly 1st. Entirely fisi KC'-'i'y -''ill .nr-rii any ocsiilun ot JUUt ill Jv'curlty, Write 1334 opcond Street. 56 FARM HELP WANTED B c-: 1 SALE COMMERCIAL HOTEL at Ltimt.ttl, Altu. Golnq concern. Gooc VBJT -round bu.shnss'j, Fhorr; 7Vi-340fi. YOU LJKL A BUSINESS QP YOUR OWN Ihroimh'ihe Warslial! Wells ic pi -in. Many choke locatio i1 avallatitfj ciipllnl ,ir' rilcrcs in Mint It is highly successful, r-or can Di'jte details urilo Miirshall Welli LimKed P.O. 3ux 1 Al A! Wricihlson. 'IUITION ON GUl'AP. Fr-jd Kant. Phuns AND FOUND SET OF FOUR KEYS, IN brown Coll'Jijc Mall. Pht-re 328-3773. LOST WOULD PERSON WHO found ifiitl nytoniatit In Isl.inci Lnr Way '7.3rd ple.T-fi rijtgrn rifle. K'Mo r.cn tden {IMect. Return to H. "Uiorscm, Bow a i idnd Trdiier Court rr R.C.M P. ilNOLE OR MARRIED WAN WANTED too lercjc too small. LETHBR'DGE APPLIANCES, 9C5 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-JJ56. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd jobs. Phone 327-683.1. In memory of Mrs. Styntje (Stina) Stotyn, who passed away On June 3, 1968. Mother Beyond the tears laughter Beyond the sorrow joy Beyond the parting hands reach Beyond the grave and heaven's gates Where love has gone before. and family. Plans On Economy Expected TORONTO Tlie Telegram says the federal govern ment will announce new plans this week to expand the econ omy. In an Ottawa story, the news paper says possible measures being discussed are immediate increase in pensions, injectioi of funds through the regiona economic expansion depart ment, removal of capital, cos depreciation allowance, release of through banks to the lending market and remova of the 11-per-cent surtax on building materials. The Telegram says the release of money to banks likelj will be the government's firs ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES end walks, fence repairs. Phone 3i5-J634. DRIVEWAYS, 58 MALE HELP TO? SOIL. PHONE 358-J289, eveninga. CEMENT WORK. BE-fore holidays. Phone 327-4998, after MUSICIAN WANTED TO PLAY AC-'ordlon ur organ for local dance band. 32B-3J67 or 328-2400. ETE'S ROTOTILL1NG, PHONE 325-3764. Ada Hogg, beloved wife of Andrew B. Hogg. QC, of 633 10th St. S. who died in tlie city Saturday, May 30, 1970, after a brief illness at the age of 82 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Pallbearers were David and Don Leishman, Marion Woolf, Charles G. Virtue. William S. Russell and Fred J. Morgan. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Requiem mass for Peter Mathew Vesnaver, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Rosa Vesnaver who died in the city Friday, May 29. 1970, following an illness of several months' duration at tlie age of 73 years, was said at a.m. Tuesday in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church with Bey. M. H. Gillis, OMI, the celebrant, Pallbearers were Benito Paoletti, Carmello Cas-telli, Louie Glaviha, Mario Sre-vernich, John DelbilJo and Bruno Cohno. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was hi charge of the arrangements. INGARFIELD Funeral RAVEN 1329 9th ST. EXPERIENCED BARTENDER. APPLY YORK HOTEL. POWER RAKED AND AER-ated. Dead removed -and hauled. Phone Bill 327-3615. cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phono 327-3319. LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOBS and rototiliina. Gardening by season. Phone 327-61-13. STEINER CEMENT WORK, sured, frea sstimafss. Phone 327-3185. WEN TO WORK IN LOCAL 5CRA.P-vard. Some experience In using torch or otwratlnq machinery would also truck driving. Steady work to right parties. Only workers need apply. National Satveqe Co., 204 33 St. N. FULLY INSURED SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING. ETC. PHONE 338-5094. 5739- SCREEN' AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 323-57JS. In loving memory of a dear father and grand-fatheK Micahel Zofftiak, who passed away June 3rd, I960. Deep in our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. remembered by his wife and family. LL1 NG, LAV.'N SEEDI MILK SALESMAN aelivsr milk, burier and Ice cream ivj retail and wholesale accounts in Cardston. Apply in writing Cardsion Cc-uo. Ltd. Box 179, Cerdston, Albsrln. TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. J and J. Custom 345- J 630, 328-3870. TREE TRIMMING, LAWN aarbags hauling; etc. Phone 32G-4173. BUILDING, CEMENT and stuccolno. Anderson and Sorenson Consiructlon, 1020 7ih Ave. S. Phone C27-4682. ROTOTILL1NG Nev.- lawns put in. Prompt reasonable rates. 327-3M1. FIELD TOP SOIL. STEVE Zslylny Phcnu CONTRACTING small [obs given prompt YOUNG MEN 17-21 YEARS Dus to sxpansl'on, a _ Isrge clrcuiHTion company haj immediate openings lor young men. QUALIFICATIONS Ambitious Meat In appearance Willing ft? Valdemar, passed away in Raymond on Tuesday, June 2. 1970, at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Florence Etta Piepgrass, who passed away hi July of 1906. Mr. Piepgrass was born in Salt Lake City, on September 22, 1887, and came to Canada in ISM. He lived and worked for same time in southern Alberts, and then returned to the U.S.A. for some years. In 1925 he again returned to Raymond where he was employed by the Sugar Company where he continued to work until Ms retirement in 1952, as Agriculture Foreman. Left to mourn his passing are four daughters, Mrs. Qakley (Wilma) Allen of Ithaca, New York, Mrs. Carl dona) Darjes of Calgary, Mrs. Clifford (Florence) Brown of Sweetgrass, Mont.. Mrs. John (Janet) Gil-lespie of Winnipeg, and one son, Bert of Onaway, Alberta. He was predeceased by a son Arden as well as his wife. Funeral services will be held, to the Raymond Second Ward Chapel. Date and time to be announced. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. of Micahel Yackulic, who passed away June 3, 1967. Your name is often mentioned, Om- thoughts in silence fly, To the days when you were with us, Those memories will never die. remembered by his mother, sisters and brothers. Rapped By Senator OTTAWA (CP) Senator Edgar Fournier New Brunswick) said Tuesday that "we don't have the teachers we used to have." "1 think it is due lo being he said to officials of the Canadian Teachers' Federation appearing before the Senate poverty committee. Teachers were demanding more money now and people were becoming disgusted with this approach. Striking teachers were setting a bad example for their students. Teachers were supposed to be models of good conduct. "Children are going to strike now. Thoy will copy what their teachers are doing." Brother A. F. Brennan, president of the Canadian Teachers Federation, said be. would not comment on Senator FOurnier's remarks because they were not related to tlie brief. YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE-moves dead grass, helps control lawn diseases. Phone John 32B-3909. HAVE A BACKHOE TO DIG: basements, move Jrees pavs driveways, also haul qravel and toe 'Soil. Phone 327-1413 beforft 5 327-3347 after 5 p.m. ROTOTILLING. GOOD 108 guaranteed. Phone 35B-73B9. S E TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow roioHHer, plowing and landscaping. Pfione 327-0237. Income Guarantee Is Urged By CTF OTTAWA (CP) The Canadian Teachers' Federation today called for a guaranteed annual Income so "there is enough cash in the pockets of the poor to handle the basic necessities of life." "This minimum must be atr rained if other social programs, including education, are to have their full said the federation in a brief to Hie Senate poverty committee. The federation did not recommend a specific GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soli; Complete landscaping servict. Phone 327-5B56 Of Sondable Guccesslul applicants receivt r'ull training. Must tie abla to beoin TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ANA GREEN-KEVICETE late of fhe Ciiy of Leih-bridqe, Alberta who died on fhe 13th day of May, 1975. TAKE NOTICE that al persons having claims upon the estate of Ihe above named must file with the undersigned by fhe 15th day of July, 1970, B interview apply Mr. W. Jonion, at the Marquis Hotel, Wednesday, June 3rd (today) 3-5 .p.m. and p.m. No olione calls nlease. Phons 327-2533. of a wonderful husband and father, Michael who passed away on June's, 1967. Beautiful memories, woven in gold, Tin's is the picture your loved ones hold, Deep in our hearts your memories are kept, To love and to cherish, and never forget. rememberd by his wife Alice, Darrel, Carol Marlene and family. GREENHOUSES selection of bedding out plants also nursery stock. Vi nille east of Drive-in on Coutia Highway. Phone 327-4378. J? HSLP SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE 328-1493 OR 327-7263. held by them. Public Trusfse Administrator of the of Ana Greenkevicete decea5ed. 2CO Chancery Hall 3 sir Churchill Squarsf Edmonton, Alberta. PART OR FULL TIME oerienced. Writs Box 31, Herald. Garden fractora roller-hedge trimmer fertilizer lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 314 3rd Ave. 5., Phone for Henry James Ingar-field, beloved husband of Mrs. Alice E. Ingarfield of 3130 6th Ave. S. who died at Calgary Saturdaj', Alay 30, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 65, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Southminster United Church with Hev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were William R. Kirk, George A. Johnson, Harvey H. Hill, Fred West. Glenn Tpllestrup and Walter Himstad. Honorary pall-warers were Gordon Marshall, Malcohi Charlton, Ewart Mc-Elroy, E. A. Langridge, Alex Terlesky, Les Sorensen, H. F. Alalchow and Ralph Vatli. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of (lie STUDENTS FULL OR PART-TIME positions available. Now servicing Fuller customers In established area. Deal-" era can expect earnings of 3 to 5 dollars per hr Phone Ful'er Brush Co. 327-1141. Machine ground manors. Idea! ?or lawns and gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic bag, SI. 50 each. Free delivery. Coal-hurst Greenhouse. Phone 327-9530. 1 597-1 INVITED Ths Taber Scnoot Division Mo. 6 Invites tenders lor fhe purchase end removal of any or all of three houses in Taber, Alberta, having municipal addresses, 5217 54th Ave., 5203 5-llh Ave. and 5525 St. The houses are avail-able for inspection between 4 p.m. snd 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The form of contract required to be entered Into by the '.successful bidder may be obtained from the undersigned, and shall provide, inter alia, 'hat payment in iull bs made within 10 days after acceplancs and that the sites he cleared and levelled to fhe Board's satisfaction In the period between i5lh and August 15th, 1970. Sealed Tenders will be received up To 1 o'clock p.m., June 15th, 1970 and must be accompanied by deposit ot certified cheque or bond in the amount o S150.00. The deposits of unsuccessful bidders will be returned. The highest o far or any offer not necessarily accepted. Direct marked anvelops fo; R, M. GREEN-AWAY i Secretary-Treasurer Taber School Division No. Sox 1239 Taber, Alberta, i J-O 59A HOSP1TAI PERSONNEL SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL, FILLED EARTH. DRIVEWAYS EXCAVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY, PSV LICENSE CAN GO ANYWHERE. MR. A. M. JARVIE, J040 30TH ST N. PHONE 327-3047. In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Lester Poole. who passed iway June 2, 1969. So many things have happened. Since you were called away. So many things to share with ywi, And so many. times we cried; If love could have saved you, You never would have died. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone; For part of us went with you, The day God called you home. and rememberd by wife Anne. Kevin and Del. Answers OTTAWA (CP) Tlie BOW ISLAND GENERAL active treatment hospital. Duties to commence as 3con as available. A.M. A. policies In effect. Accommodation available In modern residence, Please apply Director of Nursing Bow Island General Hospital Sow island, Alberts. CM STOCK OFF, BEDDING OUT PLANTS 4ic PER BASKET, JOHN'S GREENHOUSE Otis mila west of Coaldalc. Closed On Sunday. j Stage Pollution Protest TORONTO (UP) Mayor William Dennison was asked Monday to give youth a "clean place to stand" so they can grow in Ontario. Tlie askers, 30 Grade 7 students, spent 45 minutes in the mayor's office protesting land, water and air pollution. They asked Mr. Dennison to take the lead in educating the public to Ihe dangers cf pollution and presented him with several bottles of water the cleanest coming from sewers, the dirtiest from Ihe city's Humber River. government is not involved in heavy trans-slapments of meat through Canada to Jhe United States, a federal agriculture department official said today. L. H. McMillan, chief .of the livestock, meat and dairy products branch of the federal agriculture department, was commenting on complaints in tlie U.S. Congress about meat shipments to the U.S. funnelled through Canada. 'The U.S. has the tools lo stop trans-shipments if they wish but they haven't seen fit to use Mr. McMillan said .n an Interview. Fie said meat: going through Canada to the U.S. is not. mov-ng "through regular channels iii the meat packing trade." The U.S. could stop the transshipments by restricting meat imports from Canada to direct shipments. Mr. McMillan said. Bills of lading esuld be required showing the point of origin and the destination. Canada is concerned about jther countries moving meat hrough the country to U.S. iiarkets but there is little (lie Canadian government can (io xrause the meat does not go hrough normal channels, he -aid. Members rf Congress have loted that pounds of meat flowed from Canada to the l.S. in. the first four months of 970. Tills was more than half vhal U.S. agriculture officials lad estimated for the entire Tlie members 'say many ship-nents from Canada skirt a iiiota agreement the U.S. has up with major suppliers uch as Australia New Zca-and, Canada was not asked to Igc such m HARDWARE World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER R A K E S, CHAIN SAW- ETC., Seeks Manning For Lectures EDMONTON (CP) The University of Alberta's political science department it egoliating to hire former pre-m'er Ernest Manning as a tec-urer for the next academic ear. Dr. Grant Davy, chaii'inan ce" :he department, said, he hopes to complete contract discussions saon with Mr. Manning, Alberta's premier tor 35 years, Mr. Manning was in Ottawa xt comment on tlic govern-ment's white paper on tax .reform. Dr. Davy said he expects Mr, Manning would give lectures OE lublic policy and federalism, -6! TEACHERS Picture Butft Roman Catholic Separata School District Ne. 29 Picture Butte, Alberta (if. CATHERINES' SCHOOL. m-vltes applications 'or: t. Grade two teacher Gratis three teacher 1 M." WOJTOWIC2 SECRETARY Pie furs Butte, AltwrM, Phons OF THANKS ZUIS13I1MIEDK I would like to thank all my relatives and friends for all the acts of kindness dining the recent bereavement of my beloved wife, Annie: for flowers, cards visits and food. They were all greatly appreciated. Chris Zuisehmiede. 2-515 lo tlie Chamber of j Commerce, tlie Public and Separate School Board 'for sponsoring the seminar on Educational Priority for the TO's. Dorccn Bixmn, Mrs. Ruth Daw. Mrs. Phyllis Joe-ven.txzo and Mi's. Marilyn Krammer. 2537 MIERSON We would like lit express sincere appreciation and gratitude to all our friends and relatives for their thoughtful ami kind acts: for :he flora! tributes, expressions of sympathy; to the pallbearers and the doctor and siaff of the Auxiliary Hospital. Also a thanks to the Relief Society Women of Picture Butte who served Ihe lunch and to all those who helped in anyway during our recent bereavement. Holcomb and Malm, RENT HOTOTiLLEffS RENO-THIN FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS i SELECTION OF USED -LAWN By Hour, Doy or Week j Phone HOYT'5 SALE BY TENDER BUILDING KNOWN AS THE ROUNDHOUSE HAWJA, ALBERTA is a three section build inq of brick, concrete and wood construction, comprising approximately square feet. Taxes are approximately SBOQ.CO ner year. Lease rent is I7P.OT per year. The land is the property of Canadian Nafionnl Railways and any successful bidder would have fo be approved as acceptable as E lessee by fhe Canadian National The building may ere inip'jcteci by mafcina .signed trustee. undersigned by 12 o'clock noon on 16Jh .June, 1970 and rnusf be Enclosed in f. sealed envelope marked "TENDER-MAMMA." Bidders are Invited lo be present at the which will be at o'clock in the afternoon on j Tu'-'iO'iy June, '970 .it the office of The or -jr.y i der no' i Cnigafv ?M: T70. i D. Iru-.fe-- i >OS lith A.'enuc 5. HONOR KDITO1I I wnlribution 'jf rnnrr than 3 (juai'tcr of s century to d an of joiirnalhsL Richard G, Ixnvis of Twvnto was recognized by (.he Association of Tuosday. Mr. Lewis i.? editor and publisher of Broad-carter, a monthly magazine j founded in January, 1042, It was. 1 called Canadian Broadcaster ffitil Oil Income Climbs CALGARY (CP) Triad Oil Co. Ltd. and its subsidiary corn-sanies have reported net eam-.ngs of or 7.6 cents a share in the first quarter of 1970 compared with or 8.1 cents a share in the first three months of The Calgary-based firm said u mi interim report that 1969 earnings were recalculated on :he full-cost method of account-iig which the company adopted ast Jan. I. Tlie method in- i volvos capita all costs of esploratirai and development jr.d then amortizing over the ife ol proven developed reserves. At Triad's annual general meeting May 7, shareholders voted to change the name of he company to BP Oil and Gas M. Gross income for the first i quarter was corn-oared witis !a 1969, PRINCIPAL Required Uthbndge Roman Catholic Separate School District Ho. 1 luoe 10th for PrinLioai o' a'u'tVicher j ti fc -duratlop, ar.ci if Robert A Kimint't of 534.18th St. S. l.othbridqf, Alberto Prices For Wheat Drop WLN'.MPLiC; (CP) Export prices for Canadian wheat i dropped six cents a bushel Moil-day as an immediate effeit of freeing the exchange rate of the Canadian rlullar. The drop was made neccs-saiy as t.be dollar rose in value Monday in relation to IJ.S. cur rency. "it is the policy of the Canadian wlicat board to remain competitive at all times in the world wheat, tlie board said in 3 statement, "The level at which the Canadian dollar is trading today neceseitiitca a reduction of six cents in export prices of Canadian POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 5 TAR TED 7'JRKfc'VS. ALL AG53. cr W.-it-r-RIERS. PF-.o I B. H. DvcK, Box Phor-s .uj-1274 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES .'.HiH.iAHiift TOP 5ALt. i Pror.f i r.r- V-'C Fe.MALT HALr COLL If: ?f.ch. fltiaufi. Vonarcn. PMon" 7.11 VI ,iix MONTH OLD 'fcV.'ALf iPRifir.-er lor -ak Cat! Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS linghdad Saved Mohsin AJ-takim, over 90, grand imam of tire Sliiah faith. Toronto Lt.-CoI. James joixlon Weir, 82. decorated war KTO and former partner hi tlio nvcstmcnt firm of McLecd, Young and Weir. Goodwood, England Bruce McLaren, 32, .one cf the world's .op Grand Prix sports car in craBh white testing sjicrts car. 1R 3" PURKBRf D CHIHUAHUAS FULL MfcRALD CLASSIFIES ;