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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 7Hi immelDOl H18ALO Solurdoy, Morel. 13, 1971 pensioners lo test prisoners billeting plan Ui ri f I II i' .'i .'IK- Hrri-.iiln n Iryout for Ji whfrrliy old- r 'o l.iml ol fnj.t.-i mmpli'linri ef N u lejrllariett 1 liern Ls rnlrct (fit .Sollrifnr (rVner.-il Jcrin -Pierre (iuyi-r, who raised tfic in ;uiy li'Jaf ve.stiiif; liravily In pri-vin expan- sion. [''uillur, lias said, older couples would lx; able Lo ndcl lo their income from payments foi 'I'lif-rifiay, .'.aid oiu- iiun of providing rrxirn i.rcical errors were not the C5.acfe of in either of the He said he discovered his error after read ing the patholo- gi-it's report in the death of Itoger Ma ranger of Thurso, Quo one of the three patients. r M aranger, opera teci on May 27, IW1, died in Montreal bofly. Hospital nirc days later. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Cortlfierf Den fa I Mechanic Capifol Bldg. I PHONE 328-7684101 Drouin sniH Mr Maran- wrisi'd nnt follov.- prcscrihcfl v.'hile in hospital. A fit'y-r] into his stomach to vomiting was removed the patient several times and there were instances when he i to have it reinserted. Cause of his death was vomit in IUTIR.S. e has a doubVxAieck system, he testified. In five op- since, all has gone AMERICAN MOTORS WITH THE GREATEST GUARANTEE IN THE INDUSTRY ALL 1972 MODELS CARRY A 1 Year, Mile Guarantee H anything goes wrong In this time and it's Ihe faclory'i fault it will ba fixed absolutely NOTICE TO All. RAMBLER AMERICAN MOTOR CAR AND JEEP OWNERS On Now and Continuing Thru April ANNUAL FREE SPRfNG CAR CLINIC Ihii will allow you fo have factory trained mechanic! check your car completely with a 10 point check of no cast, or any obligation to you, our cuslomer, whom served for over 23 years Phone 327-2750 FOR APPOINTMENT NOW BROUGHT TO YOU BY UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Corner of 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. who oho you Complete mechanical New car Body jhop qualified to cover all repairi rentals Students want provincial investigation. fCP) The Unl- VCTS of Ca gary St udents' Union a inves- tigation into admimstration handling of budgetary prob- lems. Students' council voted "un- animously Thursday (o ask Jim Foster, minister of higher education, to follow up charges of ineptitude which have ap- peared in The Gauntlet, the student newspaper. The union also wants the bon rd o f governors to discuss the hudget openly, rather than at an in camera session as planned this Saturday. Board advised NATAL (HNS) The Fernip school board was advised through (he British Columbia School Trustees Association of additional amendments to the school act. These include an automatic referendum each Feb. 10 for all amounts of the operating ref- erendum in excess of the pro- vincial government guideline for increases, At the present time the guide line permits new budgeting at the rate of 103 per cent of the previous budget The amendments also call for automatic settlement at the guideline lor teacher salary in- creases which are defeated through the referendum. Tune-up Special Tune-up (Most Cars) 8 Cylinder 1 une-ups can save on ga.s mileage and greatly improve engine performance. Woolco engine luneiip specialists will install brand new Champion Spark Plugs, points, rotor and condenser. They will also adjust timing and set up the carburetor. Oner rw., 9 A ond f. FRIENDS ONE AND ALL _ Former federal cabinet mimsler George Mcllraith is retir- Ing from politic; after representing his const! fuency of Ottawa West since 1940. Paying tribute to Mr. Mcllroilh at a reception in Ottawa are left lo right Prime Minister Pierre Trudeou, Mr. Mcllraith, Mrs. Olive Finance Minister John Turner, former prime minister John. Diefenbaker end Mrs. Mcllraith. Blunt's Nnsiug Home aided FORT MACLEOD (Special) Gladys Elgin, president of the Trinity United Cliurch Women, presented 12 afglians to Mrs. Emily SchmiU, assis- tant matron of Blunt's Nursing Home. Tire 25-meniber group de- cided to do a mission project for the local community. Mrs. Elgin asked members if they would knit six-inch squares from their "left-over" wool and then assemble the blocks into afghans. The women, whose range from 60 to 91, really "got at it" and withiu two months had enough of tho warm blank- ets done. They will continue and arc sure there will be a use for them, either in the community or elsewhere. One woman made more than 100 blocks and several were made by Mrs. Mary Andrews, 91, and Mrs. Annie Brewsfer, M. KitHjlanl,