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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, March 29, 1772 THE IHHBitlDGE IIERAID 23 Of Jn Jit entoriams Election date decision on poll check BIRTHS SANDIlKIUi Debbie is pierced lo announce the arrival of her chosen sister. Kimborly Ann, bcrn on March !li. The proud parents arc Doug and Lorc-Ua Sandbcrg. X2089 I.A.MH Pat ar.d Gartli Lamb ere proud to ar.nounco nr- rival o[ Ihcir son. Bradlev Garlli, March II, 1972. Picud gnmdparer.'.s arc Ml1, iind Mrs. A. ChiimborliiRd and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. KOSS and D.illene Foss lo announce the arrival of their first SDH, Bradley Allan Owen, born March 0. weighing 7 Ibs. 3 ozs. Proud grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Dickie, Ldlibridge ar.d Mr. anil Mrs. Allan Foss, Contls. 0136 DEATHS MIYACAWA Passed away Imddcnly in Vancouver on Fri- day, March 2-1, 1372, Air. Osamj (Sam) at tile age of years, beloved son of Mrs. Hisae Miyagawa of 1022 2ist Avenue S. The Wake and Fu- neral service will lie held on Wednesday (lonight) at p.m. in the Buddhist Cinu-cli, 1303 13lli 4.V. N., wMh llev. S. Kosaka and Rev. Y. Izumi officiating. The Iiricr- scrviec will be hclrl en Thursday al a.m. in Mnr- tin Bios. MEMORIAL CHAP DEATHS OLAII Passed away in Pic- ture Butte on Sunday, March 25, 1972, Mr. John Olah, at the of 72 years, hus- band of the laic Mrs. Julia (Xah. The funeral service will ba held on Thursday at p.m in Martin Bios. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avc. S.. with Mr. Collin Whitloek of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Raymond Cemetery. Friends may pay respects at Mariin Bros. DEATH i BERGMAN Passed away in lha cily on 1972, following a lenglhy ill- ness, John C'ornelious Bergman, at the age of 77 years, fxjloved husband of Mrs. Aime Bergman of 1807 1st Ave- nue N. Tile funeral service will he held Thursday at p.m. in Mariin Bros. MEMO- RIAL CI1APEL. with Rev. Hen- ry Nikkei officiating. Interment will follow m Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay] their respects at Mai'lin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 ISIh IN MEMORIAM GECHO In loving memory of a dear husband, Mike, who passed away March 2'J, 1 Gti 1. A smiling face, rovinclally set limit, they must be put to district ratepay- irs in a referendum. Other contentious sections leal with reducing the budget ncrease limit for school board rora 10 per cent to eight per :ent annually, and a complex of amendments dealing vith dism i s s a 1 procedures vhich may be used against .eachers. EARLY GLUE Animal glue, made from hides, hoofs and bones, probably was known to prehistoric man. Hy DAVE MclNTOSIf OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister is unlikely to roach any decision on an election dale after a Lib- eral party survey in mid- say. The survey is suit! to de- signed to discover the vcling intentions of Canadians across the country if a general elec- tion were held in late June. If U1'.1 survey boded il! for (he Liberals, :m election pre- sumably would ha mil off until Hi? fait cr even later. In the past, public opinion surveys by political and o 1 hers a v c teen a fp.irly gauge of the public m terms of per- centage .popularity. However, a party can win tha pcuulr.r veto and still lose mi elect ion. Victories arc based en the of peals won in the Com- mons, not on Ihe percentage of the popular vote, CALL STILL POSSIBLE Consequentlvf Mr. Trudeau might slill call a June election if the survey indicated a less-thrn-strong Liberal show- in Ihe contest. Another mid-April event here Is bcmfi assessed by all parlic-3 for its possible impact on an election call ar.d elec- ti on lw A pril 3-15 visit of President Nixon, Mr. Trudeau is expected to try in some way to nail down the progress he .said he achieved in Washington in De- cember when he saw Mr. Nixon. The prims minister said 1hen lhat he obtained a Nixon promise not to insist on an annual U.S. balance of trade will] Canada. Mr. Trudeau called this a fantastic break- through in relations between the two countries. Bui Canada-U.S. trade nego- tiations came to an impasse afterwards and a member of Mr. Nixon's cabinet, Treasury Secretary John Connally, has insisted that the U.S. must re- duce its current trade deficit with Canada. A veteran Conservative said he bclic'es Mr. Trudeau will ba making a big mistake if he tries to use the Nixon visit for domestic political purposes. Such a move could he said. However, Ihero is no indica- tion that Mr, Trudeau intends 1o put the presidential visit to use. A Liberal party source said it must be clear to the prime minister that Mr. Nixon and Mr. Coimally are not neces- sarily on the same wavelength when it comes to trade rela- tions with Canada. Meanwhile, Mr. Trudoau is require d by I aw lo n a me by-election dates in Ihc next two weeks for the ridings of Bonavisla Trinity Concep- tion ar.d York West. The former was d eel ared vacant Sept. 30 when Frank Moorcs Conservative leader in Newfoundland, the letter Oct. G when Liberal Philip Givcns resigned to run succcrefully in the Ontario election. Bycltction dates must be set wUhin six months of offi- cial declarations of vacancies but there is no time limit for Ihe dates themselves. Edmonton plans crackdown on piiibail machines EDMONTON fCP) Po- lice plan a crackdown on pin- hail machines as a result of a test case in court. Harvey's Amusements and Snax Bar Ltd. was fined in provincial court last week Bargain painting ROME