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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November f Ted Kennedy gives it his all By n. APl'LK Jlt- York News Service JERSEY CITY No one will ever be able lo accuse Ted Koii- nedy of having doifiged his TED KENNEDY no fool-draggcr feet in George McUovem's pro sidcnlinl campaign. He introduced [he South Dak- ota senator at Ilio Democratic national convention. He helped to slagff a unily hreakfast that nided McGovcrn in Massacbus- ells. He signed a fvmd-raisinR letter, lie campaigned him through the big industrial slate rlurinR the last week in Sept- ember. And now, in the linal hours of the campaign. Edward M. Ken- nedy is on I ho road full time for bis fellow senator, telling Democrats that "Just as Hairy Tniman came from behind to v.in in 1948, just as John Ken- nedy came [rom behind lo win in so George can from behind in 1972." REDUILDS MORALE In a typical 48 hours earlier this week, Kennedy swept ener- getically, despite liis chronical- ly painful back, through Wis- consin, Ohio and New Jersey. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH Everywhere, ne worked lo re build morale. Thus, in Green Bay, M'is., he likened the current status of the McGovern campaign to "Hie hours before a litla] wave, when the water recedes from the shore as Ihe ocean gathers up its force." At the General Tire and Rubber Company plant in Akron, Ohio, he told pficb person for whom he sign- ed an autograph that ho or she should "be sure to help Sena- tor McGovern." It was not easy for him lo keep the focus of his entour- age himself, an aide, secret service agents and a few re- porters in a pair of leased jets squarely on 1972. But he man- aged to do so, turning asid-2 questions about his own candi- dacy in 1976 with the remark that he expected to he cam- paigning then for the re-elec- tion ot McGovem. Even in private conversations aboard his plane, Kennedy is unwilling to be drawn into spe- cific conversation about 1976. All he will acknowledge, in a very general way, is thai he hopes to take some leadership role in the Democratic party in the four years between now and 1376. ItEFORMS NEEDED He belives, for example, that the reforms in the selection o[ convention delegates will have lo be re-reformed so as to guar- antee that not only women, young people and blacks but also ethnic groups and older FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS Wa carry complete slock of STEEL IN FLATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring In your truck and load up at bargain prkei also deliver locally firing in your scrap steel cast iron naileries radiators copper bran and get lha bell trade value ever We alio pay cashl VARZARI IRON LTD. tTEEl YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Avt. N. persons are adequately repre- sented. He also hopes the party will develop better roots In in- dividual communities so that it "doesn't get so out of touch." But his own silence on this subject is not enough to make people stop tlilnking about the next campaign. As he left the lire plant In Akron, Victor Bam- onlc, a rubber worker, called out, "you're a sure thing in four years." And at (he next stop, a rally for McGovern volun- teers, they chanted "Kennedy in '76" as he moved through the audience. ANOTHEH QUESTION Like Richard Nixon in 1964, Kennedy can only help himself by campaigning this year. Not only McGovern anrl the McGov ren wing of the party are pu in his debt, but also the Con gressional candidates for whom he speaks. Whether Kennedy will fee psychologically prepared for presidential campaign, in 1970 is another question. Although he seemed to enjoy his chats with voters and even some of his own jokes, he said that the fun had gone out of it since the assassination of his brother Robert in 1968. "When you've been a part ot something really he said, looking out of Die plane window, "anrt that goes away, it's never really the same." Note needs of students says Worth TORONTO (CP) Today's nludents reach physical matur- ity earlier than their predeces- sors and teachers must take more notice of their emotional needs, an Alberta education of- ficial said here. 1 Walter H. Worth, deputy min- ister of advanced education for Alberta, told the Ontario Asso- ciation cf Education Adminis- trative Officials there must be more community involvement in planning school programs. He said today's youth does not want lo drop out but to drop in and the schools must not close their doors on society. Now there are three sedans built like a Volkswagen. If you think Volkswagens only come In one basic sedan, here are three surprises for you The 1973 Super Beelle Sedan is completely redone inside. It's bigger. It has a curved windshield that's 42% larger and farther away. It has a padded easier-to-read dash. Contoured tront seats. Four-wheel independent suspension. A sealed steel bottom. And inertia type seat belts. All standard. If you'd like more room you'll like The 1973 Type 3 Compact Sedan. II comes with an air- cooled engine. Electronic fuel injection. Front disc brakes. Four-wheel independcnl suspension. A sealed steel bottom. Four-on-1he-floor stick shift. A double-jointed rear axle and front stabilizer bar for smoother cornering. It also has inertia type seat belts. Bucket seats. And two trunks. All-standard. If you want a big luxurious 1973 412 4-Door Sedan Is for you. It comes with an all-steel unilizcd body. Fron! disc brakes. Electronic fuel injection. Four-wheel independent .suspension. Quality carpels, Metallic pnint, A glare-proof padded dash. Inertia type seat bells. Reclining bucket scats. A roar window dofonqcr. And .sleel-bolled radial tiros. All standard. And all three sedans come with something you won't find in any other sedans: Volkswagen craluimansh'p.Tho 1973 Volkr.warjon sedans. Quality isn't optional. Medical problems same in China DOWNCAST A seemingly dejected Pat Mahoney, minister wilhout portfolio, who was defeated in his Cal- gary South riding in Monday's federal election, leaves a cabinet meeting in Ottawa. Boyle's Column By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Tilings a -olumnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: Many cattle in the Soviet Union and other northern coun- ries now wear spectacles in the vinter months. The glasses pro- ect their eyes from snow glare and also help keep the animals rom getting lost from the herd uring winter blizzards. Most of ic cattle quickly get used to spectacles and make no at- empt to paw or rub them off. There are some tlings in the niverse almost impossible for ie human mind to comprehend, example, there are stars 00 billion times brighter than ur sun, and stars so dense that one cubic Inch of their material chunk about the size of an lee more than a billion tons. Scientsts still can't predict with unvarying certainty which of a group of boys will become a juvenile delinquent. But they do know that a boy is more likely to become anti-social if he has a muscular body structure and comes from a disrupted family. "These factors, on envi- ronmental and the other consti- tutional, appear to fw very criti- cal and decisive with regard to violent and anti-social behav- says Rev. JUBJI B. Cortes, a Georgetown University psy- chologist. BILL'S GULF SERVICE GARAGE AUCTION SALE CORNER of MAIN STREET and 20lh STREET COALDALE, ALBERTA Monday, Nov. 13th p.m. Having boen favoured with tnttrucliom from the owners of Bill's Gulf Service, who is closing his business We will offer for sale the following garage equipment end tuppliei as fitted below subject to additions, deletions, errors or mm or changes as you may find them the day of The sale. the day of the soli, with tertlimtnt In full before removal from the premises, Radiator pressure cap leslerj 1 culler and flare unit; 1_MAC compression Icsler; iuel pump tester; lights; lelter punch set; 1-National coarse 7 pieco lap and die per !i to puller; 1- Sno fog fire extinguisher; fire Grease gun attachments; 1-Steomer gunj I Ji" set of 5K tools sockel sel; J-Valve liffer; 3-Pipe wrenches; 40 fl of air hoie; heater; 2_Trouble lights) Quantity of car rims; Quanlily of good used tires; tool carriers on wheels; 1 Wooden chain hoist stand; chains; hoisr one 12 volt boilcry charger; 1 Automatic battery filler; spark plug fester; expander; tire expander for belled tires; 1 grip model 10 tire studder; bomb sight wheel balancer; grinder; No. 6 bench vise; torch; 1 Valve grinder; trailer hitch; 1_ Bench; die sot; 1 No. 2A rigid heavy duty pipe culler; box; 2 12 voll Gulf halt-rirs voll Gulf ballery tester; 1 V drill; nnd tube water rank teslcr; pitchers (1 2 qls. andt 1 bearing packer; case. cross tiro wrench; reamer set (expansion and 2-Sledge hammersj wrench; Ouanlitv of tire toolsj lr-Black and Decker valve seat driver; Male !'j" drill; and Decker heavy duly driven 1 Impackt wrench; leaf wrench set; 3_Shoveli; 1_ wronch set; HOCJ; floor Jack; 1-Creop- erj air lire changer wilh aliach.j all jack; 1 Sland for !i" drill and saw; jacks; 3_Hydraulic jacks; Quantity of healer hose and air filler; Quantity of Gulf oil 10, 20 and 30 wl; Quanlily of fan belts; Quantity of fuel, oil and gas fillers; Quanlily of brake fluid; Quantity of qas line antifreeze; Qunntity of S.T.P.; Quantily of baltcry cables; Quantify of wfoncbej, plien, hammers, crescent wrenches. AND MANY MORE TOOLS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION OFFICE EQUIPMENT cheque Torcart electric fnri; ?--Na- t ion a I cash 1_ Remington Rand adding machincr cabinet with 2 small drawon and 2 largo drawers and safe and itorage drawer; and chair, [-Domin- ion protector sofa electric radio, 1- electric clock. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION t ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Sorvlng trig Soulh by Word of Moulh" For further information Phone 345-3534, or the Owner AUCTIONZtftS: HANDLEY FRED BURTON LES HANDLEY lie. No. 010121 Ik. No. 005615 Lie. No. 010110 EDMONTON (CP) The first group of Chinese doctors lo visit Canada In 22 years de scribed medical problems ii their country as similar (o the West's although they said the incifcnce of heart disease ma; be lower in their country. The 12-member delegation, on a five-week tour of medical in- stitutions and facilities in Can- ada and the United Slates, ad- mitted, however, that statistics are the "weak point" of medi- cal research in China. Dr. Wei-jan, head ot the delegation, said, however, thai Lhe incidence of cancer and other diseases appears to be similar to that in most other countries. Heart disease and cancer Nave risen to become two of the most prominent rrjdieal prob- lems in China, Dr. Wu said. "After liberation, we have more active public health care and eradication of some diseases." This meant that such prob- lems HS heart disease replaced infectious diseases as the chief priorities. LUNG CANCER COMMON Dr. Wu, vice-president of the Chinese Surgical Society, said imp cancer is found frequently n China although Chinese dec- ors had not officially estab- lished" that there is a relation- ship between smoking and lung cancer. "But I think from our visit lere the relationship is quite evident. We do not tell jatient In China that smoking s harmless." Blueberry lemonade on the way TORONTO (CP) Execu- tive director Phil Sheridan of Marmora, N.J., had some good news and some bad news yesterday (or 75 mem- hers of Hie North American Blueberry Council. Research scientists in New .Tersey ane on the threshold of developing a blueberry the size of a golf ball But it tastes like a lemon. The growers exchanged complaints about bumblebees that did a poor Job of polli- nating their crops and star- lings that did a good job of consuming them. And they heard about the Mummy Berry, a toadstool-like fungus (hat reduces the berries to mummified shells. Promising a brighter future for tire industry were projects lo produce blueberry soap, blueberry champagne and blueberry candles. Dr. Wu also said that life ex- pectancy has been rising In China since the 1949 revolution but it is slill not as high as In No1-lli America. Another problem, mental stress, was "not rare" In China as humans everywhere are sub- ject to stress but it appeared to be less prevalent than In Can- ada, he said. The delegation, which last month visited Washington, D.C., New York, Boston, Chi- cago, Kansas City and San Francisco, came to Edmonton afler a brief stopover In Van- couver. They leave Saturday for To- ronto and next Tuesday spend a day In London, Cut., before leaving ffr Montreal. They visit Ottawa Nov. 10 and fly to Paris Nov. 13. The tour was arranged by the Canadian Medical Association, the external affairs and health and welfare departments and the Medical Research Council. Avoid last minute problems by applying early. You'll get better and faster service. Get passport applications at any post office, travel agency, airlina or steam- ship company. DEHWTMEIvT OF EXTERNAL AFFAM P.S. Check your application care- fully 35 par cent of application! Bra delayed due to errors! HENRY HUBERT Farm Auction Sale 1 mile Edit and 5 mile) North COALDALE ALBERTA November 8 1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: Cash dgy of with ictllcment In full be removal from Jhe farm. Having favoured wilh instruction! from Mr. Henry Hubert, who hat retired from farming, we will offer for idle the following line of farm machinery ai listed below subject lo additions, errors or minor change) ai you may find them iha day of ihi tale. TRACTOR- Model C trader with hyd. and 4 row beet cultivator and weed sprayer. TRUCK- 1 1949 Merucry 2 Ion truck, low mileage (only milei on a recondjlioned molor.) COMBINE AND SWATHER- model 6A combine with air cooled motor; fl. Masiey Harris P.T.O. swather. MACHINERY- Marbcct harvester, model E 'for model M tractor; 4 I ions diamond horrows; 1 _ Mar tin dilchrr; Horsn mower; rake; fl. double dilcher on sleel; 1 10 ft. I.H.C. rod wecdcr on Gleclj land leveller; 1 10 ft. Graham plow wiili 1-Massey Harris 2 furrow plow; van burnt drill; 2-Brnders; ired water trough; 6" grain auger with gas molor; clone fertilizer spreader. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT- major plpei wilh cenlre risers; main lincj power unit wilh berkley pump; 1 Irajler. SHOP EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS- l_Ro1a lillcrj motors; 1-Bench visoj grinder; 300 ft 1" plastic pipe; 50 fl. IV plastic 1 Garden pump with eleclric molor; 2 unit mllkerj 1 El PC trie fencer; Irrigation dams; groaso guns; sawsj squares; crow bars; post auger; shovels; forks; hoos; horn- meisj log wrcncfiev bnrbrd wire fence; quonfify of posis and many mora items loo numerous lo list. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS- cu, fl. McClary refrigerator; 1 -McClary burner cjas stovo; and springs and mntlresses; 1-Small creom icparolor; l_McClary wringer woiher (like nowl; gal- Ion cream can; cribs; fable; chairsj couch; 1-Kilchon pump. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION A ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA. "Serving ihft Soulh by Word oF Moulli" For turlrter Information Phono or Owner AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLIY FRED BURTON ROGER HANOLEY Lie. No. 010130 Lie. No. 005615 Lie. No. 01015) ;