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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 5, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD IS TITO VISITS RESEARCH COUNCIL Yugoslav Presi- dent Tilo, sealed left, rides in golf cart for four of the mechanical engineering division of the National Research Council in Ottawa. With him in cart is D. C. MacPhail, director of the division. TRAVEL TO SPAWN1 Salmon spend most of their time in the sea but travel up freshwater streams to spawn. f ASPHALT PAVING Constable killed GRAND FORKS, B.C. tCP) RCMP Constable Gordon I Dahl, 19, of Kindersley, Sask., was killed yesterday when his I patrol car left the highway near Greenwood in southeastern Bri- tish Columbia. TOllESTRUP Construction Co. Ltd. 4 SAND and GRAVEL A PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 OXFAM SENDS VACCINE TORONTO (CP) Oxfam Canada announced here it has sent worth of anti-chol- era vaccine to the province of Orissa in Indai which was hit by a tidal wave and cyclone Oct. 29. Business leaders shake Tito's hand OTTAWA (IT) Big busi- ness lined up Thursday to meet Yugoslavia President Tito at a nonn reception as the prospect o( increased sales If) the Com- munist country bloomed. Shaking hands with the visit- ing leader and Trade Minister .tean-Luc Pepin were 40 Cana- dian industrialists, four repre- sentatives of business associa- tions, six bankers, five Crown corporation heads and officials from 15 government agencies. Montreal Mayor Jean Drap- eau also was at the Chateau Laurier ballroom reception al- though his Ottawa counterpart, Mayor Ken Fogarty, was not. Later the businessmen trooped off to lunch, with nine representatives of Yugoslav agencies in Canada and 14 em- bassy representatives. Among those present were Yves Pratte, Air Canada presi- dent, and his Yugoslav counter- part. An embassy briefing list for President Tito led off wi'.'i Air Canada and had a paragrluh, in Yugoslav, on the airline situa- tion. CMC WAS THERE Next was General Motors of Canada, represented by presi- dent R. S. Withers, and J. Walker, generV director of loco- motive production. CMC was followed by Montreal Locomo- tive Works which produces diesel locomotives. Also prominent on the list were Canadian Industries Ltd., mentioned for production of caustic soda; Canadair Ltd. of Montreal, an aircraft manufac- turer; and CAE of Montreal, which produces aircraft equip- ment. New Brunswick Industrialist K. C. Irving was mentioned as president of pulp and paper mills that produce cellulose. Sam Steinberg, president of the Montreal-based supermar- ket chain wlu'ch has extended into Europe, and H. S. Hurlbut, General Foods Ltd. president, of Toronto were among others on the guest list. Louis Hasminsky, Bank of Canada governor, and vice-pres- idents of tlie Royal Bank of Canada, the Bank of Montreal, the Toronto Dominion Bank, the Bank of Nova Scotia and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce were invited. The financial side also in- cluded executives of Ihc Export Credit Corporation, a federal agency that helps finance ex- port sales. Among the Crown corporation heads was Dr. J. L. Gray of At- omic Energy of Canada Ltd. Art of helping people to die pit. in urged TORONTO (CP) The art of helping people to die should be taught in medical, nursing, so- cial work and theological schools, says Dr. Elizabeth Ku- bler-Ross of Chicago Heights. 111. "We train members of the health professions to cure, to treat and to prolong life, but we do not train them to cope with a patient who is beyond medical help or to accept the patient's right to die in peace and with she writes in the cur- rent issue of The Canadian Nurse. Author of a book Death and Dying, she says dying patients don't expect much but they do fear being deserted and left alone. And they want to be treated as people even after they are beyond medical help. MOBILE HOMES INTRODUCES, THE 1972 MODULINE MOBILE HOMES FRED KEIVER MANAGER 68' x 12' 3 Bedrooms Double closets in the master bedroom Double sink in the bathroom Deluxe frost free refrigerator Deluxe electric range 3 piece chesterfield suite Luxurious shag carpeting (at no extra cost) "NEW FOR IT 3 Bedrooms Utility Room Shag carpeting throughout Deluxe electric range and refrigerator NO TRADES JOHN KEIVER SAIESMAN BLAIRMORE Southern Alberta's Leading Mobile Home Distributor ALSO FEATURING Wides Glendale Esta Villa McGinness Parkwood Commodore Paramount ALL UNITS WITH HEAT AND tlGHT FOR YOUR COMFORT MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES Lethbridge-East On Highway 3 PHONE 327-1986 Blairmore PHONE 562-2653 SIMPSONS-SEARS Beautiful Tressy, Fashion Friend of Lovely Crissy Tressy is a perky tail the height of fashion. Her soft growing hair can be combed and set from a short bob to a lovely flowing sweep. She's so econo- mical, too, because all Crissy's clothes will fit here. As she's joint- ed, Tressy can be made to move. She even has beautiful sleeping eyes. Here is beautiful, adorable Crissy Graceful 17J4" tall doll of exquisite beauty. Her luxu- rious hair can be combed, set and made to grow from a short bob to a romantic sweeping flow. She has a beautiful dress........................X 00 Here s hilarious Hang On Harvey The idea of the'nam-3 is to be first ;P get Harvey down between performed piario playirn walls without let- ting him fall out a: tl-.e bottom, it's great fun. See Harvey, today........................... 0 99 Exciting Zeriod with Solar Cycle It's As Solar rolls, the Zerird within sways in n pendulum motion. Throw Zeriod switch to 'reverse' and tho Solar Cycle changes its direction.................... 3.29 It's Tippy Teepee for lots of fun A game for all age levels. When a player knocks the Teepee over, he's out of the game. The iast player remaining is the winner. Here's a areat __ gift that's sure to please. Only.....T... 99C Exciting spinning Battling Tops Launched into the centre of the arenj, running at high speeds come the colour-coded tcps launched by their trainers from all corners of the stadium. The battle begins. Set........ Fun for hours with Etch-A-Sketch You f imply turn the magic knobs to draw or writ a interesting patterns ami Simply shako box to doan screen. It's a favourite with all ages Only......... j 59 STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. to p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;