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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta IAMS n loving ar wife, dmother, ed away we never husband tens Gay milies. 4703 n loving iling, who Oth, 1971. memories as yester- sred and Cm Ham- 4700 n loving r brother iway June irithin our memories r you. ed by The iy C9928 n loving lory of uski, who ed away 30, 1973. lly missed ilways re- bered by on Steve, y and ichil- i, John, 4702 loving dad and 'ho passed at you are your face r in our will, in >ered by alvin and 4704 loving [ulva. who 19, 1972. id called nd wishes in thought mot greet, ered and >y Martin loria and Eddie 4733 In loving loved son. ho passed ave passed ;at sorrow we receiv- we still ache with tears still nt to lose er know, red by dad 4701 Saturday, JUIM LETHBRIDGE ette 'SMOKE LEAS 2 PONA SOUNDS E'SCO, Nickel Belt campaign liveliest By ALLAN DICKIE SUDBURY, Ont, (CP) While John Rodriguez argued furiously over the telephone with the lady from the Chil- dren's Aid Society, his Liberal opponent was preparing for anther series of television commercials attacking his record. It was typical of the Nickel Belt election campaign, de- scribed by political observers as one of the most bitter in On- tario. I Mr. Rodriguez, who sat as a New Democrat in the last House, is counting on a formi- dable amount of constituency work and the traditional door- to-door canvass of the NDP to regain his seat in the July 8 election. Liberal Gil Mayer, 44, tele- vision personality ana account executive, li, using the media he knows best in an effort to close the gap Mr. Rodriguez posted in the 1972 election. The Progressive Conser- vative candidate is Ralph Con- nor, 43, a television produc- tion consultant. His party gained fewer than votes in 1972 compared to more than for Mr. Rodriguez. While the other two candi- dates battle, "I'm up the mid- dle like Mr. Mr. Con- nor said. Mr. Rodriguez, 37, and Mr. Mayer are providing most ol the fireworks, including some bitter platform confron- tations, observers say. 'WENT FOR THROAT' "I went for the throat right off the Mr. Mayer said while preparing for another round of television commer- cials recently. "It's going to be Mr. Nice Guy from here on in." Mr. Mayer is known in this riding, which surrounds the city of Sudbury, for his characterization of Marcel Mucker, a down-to-earth French-Canadian miner. He, was also known as the French Cowboy during commercials he made for a local car dealership. He said there is one local is- sue in the riding, which con- tains voters, almost naii of iheir, Francophones. That, he said, is Mr. record and that's what he has been attacking. The Liberal candidate said that Mr. Rodriguez, who was born "in Guyana, is more con- cerned with matters in South America than matters in Nickel Belt. The NDP candidate said he has handled constituency cases since being elected, of which the argument with the Children's Aid workers was a case in point. Anyone missing a bike? This maze of lost" or abandoned bicycles keeps piling up at the City Police Station. The police hold the bikes for three months and then put them up for public auction. So far, there are about 50 bicycles in the collection, with the next auction set for the first week of September. The bicycles usually sell for from to depending on the bidder, and the money goes to the city's general revenue fund. Cheering Toronto crowd greets Queen Mother By RON SUDLOW TORONTO (CP) A cheer- ing, applauding throng of about 25.000 nearly filled Canadian National Exhibition stadium Friday night as Queen Mother Elizabeth presented a new Queen's color to the Toronto Scottish Regiment. Bridge results Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. June 19. 1. Mrs. W. C. Broadfoot and Muriel Barrow; 2 and 3 tied M. McCann and Nellie with Betty Landeryou to M. J. Grant. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. Jane 19. N.S. 1. Ruth Chapman and Irma Shaw: 2 and 3 tied David Miron and H. C. Ko with Mike Gnsak and Betty Palmer. E.W. 1. Mrs. H. E. Balfour and Muriel Barrow; 2. Mary Wobick and Edna Santa: 3. Bill Wong and Norman Hall, Thursday Night D.B.C. June 1 D. E. Michaelis and W. Zumstem: 2. Isobel Wright and Eleanor Manders: 3 Harriet Nilsson and Mike Gnsak Friday Night D.B.C. Jane 21. Team-of-Four Board-a- Match game. Medicine Hat team did it again won the team game. 1 W. Opalka. R. E. Alston. E Fisher and George Oliver: 2 R Wobick. Keith H C. Ko and David Miron; 3 Bjorg Jurkovich. George Roberts. D. E Michaelis and Bill Zumstem. Unit Game Jnnc 23 J O. B. Benisen and B. C. Evans; 2 Byron and Harriet Nilsson, 3. Charlie Roberts and Bjorg Jurkovich. We were pleased to welcome two teams from Medicine Hat for our team game. Congratulations to Willa Waters on achieving the status of Life Master at the Penticton, B.C., Regional tournament. It was the most enthusiastic welcome of her week-long To- ronto and Montreal visit which ends Monday. Wearing a white coat over a white chiffon dress with blue, yellow and green flowers and a floral hat to match, she re- ceived standing ovations as she toured the stadium, standing in an open car before and after a 90-minute ceremony sprinkled with light rain. Two soldiers were assisted from the field during the pag- eantry which included in- spection of four 50-man guards, dressed in the regiment's fighting kilts of hodden grey, and a march past. "No praise is too high for the eagerness with which you devote so much of your time to the military service of your the Queen Mother told her regiment of which she is colonel-in-chief. "Your new Queen's color, the Canadian flag carrying the proud badge of the Toronto Scottish Regiment, has a mes- sage for all generations pro- claiming as it does that your sovereign is the Queen of Can- ada and that the Queen is a link between Canadians." The old color, presented by the Queen Mother during her first lour of Canada in 1939 with her late husband King George VI. had the regiment's emblem over the Union Jack. Her day began with a brief chat with Prime Minister, Trudcau who visited her at Ihe Toronto estate of industrialist E P. Taylor, headquarters for her visit Bus crashes MEXICO CITY