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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta OrmJ, w, J. DEATHS ROLLINS Passed away suddenly en Sunday, November 5, 1972, at his residence, Jack Rollins, of 12S4 Nanton Avenue, Vancouver. Survived by his lov- ing wife, Ruby (formerly of Leth- ons son, Jim and daugh- ter in law, Maureen. Vancouver memorial service Wednesday, November 8 at p.m. in Shaughnessy Heights United Church, Vancouver, Rev. rge Searcy officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations to Cana- dian Cancer and Research foundation, 2656 Heather Street, Vancouver, would be appreciat- ed. Simmons and McBride Ltd., Funeral Directors, Van- 1472A DEATHS McPIIEE Passed away at Shaunavan, Susk. on Friday, 'emonaml DEATHS KABATOFF Passed away November 3, 1972, Mable of Grassy Lake, at the age of 71 years. Born at Mountain View, December 10, 1SCO. She married at Taber in 1920 and moved to Grassy Lake in 1928, where she has resided until the time of her passing. Predeceased by her husband Alexander in Survivors are two Eons. Gordon, Drumheller and Donald, Trail; two daughters, Mrs. Bud (Lorna) Seafoot, Shaunavan, Mrs. James (Dora) Tumbull, Grassy Lake; three sisters, Mrs. Liza Webster, Portland, Oregon, Mrs. Thursa Russell and Mrs. Annie Easthope both PRESBITERO Alike, of Taber: one brother Mon- lain Layton, Nanaimo. B.C.; 15 of grandchildren and nine great- BiEirmore, passed away at his grandchildren. Funeral sei-vices residence Thursday, November 2, 1972, at age 85 years. He was born in Brasso, Italy, August 15, 1887. The late M-. Presbit- ero came to Canada in the early )900's, settling in Bellevue and later moving to Blairmore, where he has resided since. He was predeceased by six broth- ers and one brother in Bellevue during a Bellevue mine acci- were conducted from The Taber L.D.S. Stake Centre, Monday, November 0 (today) p.m., with Bishop Marvin Terrie of- ficiating. Interment followed in Taber Memorial Garden. HUM- PHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of ar- rangements. away in Pinche: Creek on Saturday, November 4, 1972, Mabel Kaba- loff, aged 78 years of Lund- breck, Alberta. She is survived by two sons, John of Nelson, B.C., and Mike of Edmonton; two daughters, Mrs. G. (Ann) Premaruko, Calgary and Mrs. W. (Vera) Quintal, Cardston; len grandchildren, nin great- grandchildren. The funeral ser- vice will be held in Eden's Fu- neral Home, Pincher Creek on Rev. R. Interment Tuesday at 1 p.m., Putman officiating, in Claresholm cemetery. Funer- al arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pin- cher Creek. C5316 sister in the city on Fl.idayi Novem. her 3, 1972, following a lengthy illness. Mr. John David neral service will be held Fantin's Funeral Chapel, Blair- more, Tuesday, November 7 at 11 a.m., with Rev. J. Hagcel officiating. Interment will fol- low in Blanmore Catholic Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers, per- sons wishing mav donate to the Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund care of Crowsnest Pass Hospit- al. Blairmore. FANTIN CHAP- ELS LTD., is in charge. C5317 the age of jears, beloved husband of Mrs. Doreen Carp e n tor of 1623 12 Avenue N. Born, raised and educated in Lethbridge, j the late Mr. Carpenter lived all DAVIS I-assed away sud- Hfe here. He worked along denly in the cUy on Sr'lurday, November 4. 1372, Mr. Norm L, Davis, at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Violet (VI) Davis of 201 Park- Towers, Lethbridge. Born in Wolverhampton, England, t h e late Mr. Davis came to Calgary in 1911 and received his early education there, acd moved to Lethbridge in 1930. He was Manager of the Motor Car Sup- ply Co, for nine years, and was the Public Relations Manager for Sicks' Lethbridge Brewery for some time. He moved to Pincher Creek in 1915 and was ths mareger of the King Edward Hotel for 19 years, retired in 1963 and settled in Lethbridge in 1968 where he has resided until his passing. He was a life jnember of the Elks, (Exalted Ruler for two He was a Mason and Shriller and a past member of the Pincher Creek his father running the Biyerview Garage for 18 years until he look sick in 1965. He married Doreen Bolokoski in 1931. He was an ardent fisher- man and hunter and loved the outdoor life and also loved all children. He was a wonderful FOGGIN Passed away in Fcrt Macieod on Thursday, No- vember 2, 1S72, following a brirf illEsss, Mr. James Hedley Fcggin, at the age of 87 years, formerly of Magrath. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Annie Foggin. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, November 7, at 2 p.m. in the Magrath United Church, with Rev. C. Carno-: chan officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Moun- tain View Cemetery. Leth- j bridge. Friends may pay their! respects at Martin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, 812 3rd Avenue S. and at the Magrath United Church on Tuesday from 1 p.m. until just prior to the Ser- vice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5319 NIXON BOOSTER Cle- ment Stone, Chicago insur- Students create frail union OTTAWA (CP) A frail Na-1 directly or through a provincial i Monday, Nmtmbtr 197Z THE IETHWIDGE HERAID _ tional Union of Students (NUS) was created on the weekend amid cofectlons and dissension similar to those that hit its predecessor in 19C8. The university and college students, assembled from 48 in- stitutions across th e country, emerged from three days of discussion with their rauks greatly reduced and a national organization with only one member. The steering committee union. All member institutions will have one vote for up to ev- ery students on their campus. Thus, a university with a student population of 500 would have one vote while e.n- other with students would have two votes. Representation at the confer- once was poor from the begin- ning. Of the 49 institutions who sent delegates, 17 were in On- tario, 12 in British Columbia, five in the Prairie provinces j which had been planning the j and. six in the Marilim'es. founding conference for more than a year had hoped the 128 delegates would set up a strong, well-funded organization armed with policies. specific national However, the delegates were unable to resolve the differ- ences between the Maritime- Quebec and Western delega- tions over modes of representa- tion. When the dozen or so Mari- time delegates were unable Sa- turday to obtain representation ance .executive, .contributed by region rather than by stu- at least SI million to U.S. President Nixon's election campaign earlier this hear, -records disclosed Thurs ti a y night revealed. FUNERALS McALLISTER In memory of Myrtle McALLISTER. bom Janua-y 16. 1900. Funeral ser- vice in Trinity United Church, Fort Madecd. Saturday, No- vember 4. 1972, at p.m. Peter Walker, officiating min- ister. Interment in Union Cem- etery. Pallbea-ers: Jim Allen, 62nt population they left in a group. The several Quebec dele- gates, mainly from English-lan- guage institutions, followed shortly after. WANTED EQUAL VOTE The Maritimers argued that they would be "left ouf of the picture" in any scheme that granted representation accord- ing to student population. They wanted equal voting status with Ontario, Quebec and British Co- lumbia. The Quebec delegates main- tained that allowing individual NUS services RED DEER (CP) Main- proposals in the new Mental Health Act limit services to the public, says Dr. Harvey Zingle, n e w president of the Psychol- ogists' Association of Alberta. N o t including psychologists' services in pre-paid health plants minimizes service at a time the community is demanding mere, he told the association's annual meeting. I instution may join the NUS The 20 Quebec delegates were j mostly frcm community col- j leges. An observer was present from the FEQ hut none of the large institu- tions was represented. Other notable non-partici- pants were the University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto, and Queen's Univer- sity. STUDENTS DECIDE The constitution says in- stitutions may join the NUS only after holding a member- ship referendum among their student population. Since Simon Fraser Univer- sity in Burnaby, B.C. was the only institution to have done this in advance of the confer- ence, it became the first NUS member. The representatives of the 23 other institutions left kle Sun- day determined to organize similar referendums on their campuses. institutions to join would- undermine the existing provincial student organization, the Front d'Etudiante du Que- bec The remaining delegates agreed on a compromise: Any companion and leaves to mou-n Wilfred Allen. Charles Chester. Lions Club. The late Mr. D; was keenly interested ii: baseball and in his earlv managed one of the well known Leihbridge teams, and was also a member of the Baseball Com- mission for Alberta. Besides l.'s loving wife he i by one son, Mr. besides his loving wife, five children. One daughter, Mrs. Jim (Lynda) Selman, and four sons, Darrell, David, Russell, John Jr. all at home; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Car- pente1 of Lethbridge: three sis- ters. Mrs. (Lillian) P. Thiessen ol Calgary, Mrs. (Melba) S. Collier and Mrs. (Darlenc) H. Meir, both of Lethbridge: three b 'Others, Messrs. D. D. (Bucky) Carnenter, Don Car- penter, Ed Carpenter, all of Lethbridge and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by his father, N .Davis of Pincher Creek; one g.-anddaughter, and one brother. Mr. Bert Davis of Calgary. The funeral service nil! be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Crema- tion will follow. Those who wish may in lieu of flowers donate to Ihe Canadian Diabetic Soci- ety 505 18th Ave. N. E. Calgary or to the Charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5321 local Jac'f Carpenter, December 29, !1971. The funeral service will bu held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Mai-tin Bros. 'MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N.. with Rev. Keith Churchill officiat- ing. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 St. N. Phone i 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.' Directors of Funeral Service. C5320 sur- Larry Wilton Fraser, John Miklos and Henry Vallieres. Funeral Ar- rangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. Liberals blamed for own defeat tion late in the campaign -----7 i OTTAWA (CP) The Liber- MORDE.N In memory of ak lost the Oct. 30 federal elec- Vulbam Bruce Morden. died October 31, 1972. Funeral se-- vicc in Trimly United Church Fort Macleod, Friday, Novem- ber 3, 1972. at p.m. Peter Walker, officiating minister. In- le-ment in Archmount Memor- cided lead, Mr. Mackasey added. Among lessons to be learned was that it. in cm, in meiiiur- (-i ji ial Gardens. Lethbridge. Hon-lUle was badly orary pallbearers, Bill Biun. through failure to provide an- from the election result swers to the very questions the that "we can't presume party was raising, a Liberal people understand what we're minister says. trying to do" and "we can't Bryce Mackasey also says j presume that we know all the answers." Mr. Mackasey said. He was sure "our style over den, Jim Burger. Orville Lee, Duncan Mackintosh, S i e be Mcindertsma and Tom Story. Pallbearers, Alfred Beck. Clif- ford Firth, Archie Garrett, Boh Gunderson, Geo-ge Lueo and Jim Marshalsay. Funeral Ar- rangements hv "Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Fort Macleod. FISHING FOR BREAD BEIRUT (AP) Egyptians may have to cam1 hook and line to the bakery before tog. The Iraqi news agency said Egypt's National Research Centre is looking into the food value of bvead fortified with fish protein. CFCW RADIO Requires a new broadcaster immediately. This position requires prior broadcast ex- perience preferably in news or sporls. The successful applicant will work a [ata afternoon and evening shift. Usual com- pany benefits apply. Mail a complele per- sonal and business resume, recent pholo, salary expected, and audition tape to Mr. Warren Holte CFCW RADIO CAMROSE, ALBERTA 4872 50 STREET T4V IPS HONEST, RELIABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED MAN Who tan moet our high standards Will be given exclusive rights to this entire area Small initial investment of which includes equipment, should be.returned 3-fold in first year. International concern provides assistance, o ready market and national advertising program. OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY Reply: Box 44, Lethbridge Herald IN MEMORIAMS McDONALU In loving mem- ory of Larry, who passed away November 6. 1963. "Rest to Peace'' remembered by Alf, Dorothy and Butch Bruchei and Sharron Rissling. at the loss cf the Liberal added that lie foresees no changes in the next four years will have to McDOXALD In loving mem- ory of Larry, a deer son and brother, who passed away No- vember 6. 1968. No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day. Thc'jgh absent you are always near, Still loved, missed and very dear. remembered by dad, mom, Gloria and family 1410 the unemployment insurance program which, along with high was featured in opposition party campaign attacks on the Liberal record. In an interview on the CTV j television program Question: Period, Mr. Mackasey, minister for manpower and immigra-1 tion, told questioning reporters "it's pretty hard to win an elec- tion with half a million people out of work." The program was taped Friday for presentation Sunday. I think we went into 1409 i the campaign with a very ob- vious the minister said. i EVEN IMPROVED change, years. if we're there ir until another four elec- 20 laid off HI Citing the public opinion polls, Mr. Mackasey says this lead apparently was "main- tained or perhaps widened" through the bulk of the two- month campaign, but he added: ''We lost in the last 10 days because perhaps we weren't getting our message through insofar as what we in- tended to do about the prob- lems that we had pinpointed ourselves for many weeks." i The Liberals spent much of I tile campaign telling voters j shout the problems likely to I arise in the next four i tougher trade competition, a growing work force for which jobs must bs found, Mr. Mack- asey said. i In late stages tlie public ap- iparcntly was looking for an- NEW YOHK (API _ Pop j swers and, when these "weren't trmsic stars James Taylor and forthcoming." the "rather Carly Simon, both in their 20s, heavily undecided vole which were married here in a city [still existed in some parts of municipal building. 'the country opted for the Con- Taylor, who ranks as a pop servaltve party." dispute RED DEER (CP) About 20 men have been laid off by Uncle Ben's Tartan Breweries of Al- berta Ltd., in a disagreement over union representation. Management wants the em-. ployees to form their own local i of the United Brewery Workers j of A m e r i c a but the men now i cyrry cards from Local 250 in j Edmonton which has not been I certified. Tartan general manager W. C. Hayes said the matter. been taken to the Board of j Industrial Relations but the brewery will not resume opera- tion until a settlement is reach- ed. Reduce the price of your car wtTsh when you fill your tank with gasoline at a Pacific 66 Car Wash! SUPERSOniC Car Wash 1819- 3 AvenueS, It's easy and convenient to drive a clean car! We honor all credit cards approved by dealer before Durchass including tHARGEX. We Care about you and your car That's a promise J Pop music stars wed singer-songwriter suoesslar. an- RECOKD NO ISSUE UNRESERVED] EQUIPMENT end TRUCK AUCTION SALE nounced his marriage at a: The public was net up three-hour concert which began j arms over the Trirdeau govern-1 at midnight Friday night at Ra-' merit's -l'i years in office or! dio City Music Hall. He first walked on stage with his left hand jammed aw- kwardly in a pants pocket, then rallxjr self-consciously waved Ihe hand around lo show off a gold band on the ring fingc-. "It's rather T.ivlor said, after the applause which greeted his announce- ment. "I don't know whether to bo more nervous about the con- cert, or the marriage." Tire new Mrs. Taylor, in n sweater nml long skirl, took a how with her husband after Itc had SIHIR an encore. It Is a first maiviage (or each. the Liberals would not have, started the campaign with a dc- Bridgc closed following accident WHITECOURT (CD pairs lo n bridge over the Alc- Ixod River here were continuing after Hie bridge sup- ports wore seriously damaged by a transport Iruck. Carrying heavy equipment, the truck struck the west o'ifl of Ihe brlrjgc, which may closed until Wednesday. MONDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1972-9 A.M. SHARP M.S.T. IOCATION: 9V, milei west o! Ec'monlo-i on Highway No. 16 A '.'4 mile south on Pioneer Read. Sale Closed circuit TV equipped Private airstrip on auction site. SUMMARY: 9 Crawler Tractors Dozers, Booms, from OS's to D'4s. 350 John Deere, clc. Cat 966, etc. Trucks 1972 Models and down, tandem dresels to '-3 tons. Oilfield, tractor, gravel box and stake box equipped. Backhoes and toaders 1972 580 Case, 68 Michigan. 6 Ezee-on loaders 202, clc. In- dustrial sleepers, wash house, trailer units, etc. 9 High- boys lowboys and Trailers. Forklifts cement bug- gies and rollers O Sawmiii sawmill equipment, 2 plan- er mills, etc. Cars Farm Tractors, Discs, etc. Air- plane 1957 Piper Graders AC Model D, etc. Truck c. w Boring Machine M800 Mercury Truck with 22 yd. garbage compaction unit Welders ors Shop Equipment and Tools Winches D8, otc. Show Mobiles, 4 Motor tBkes 1970 Harley, etc. All- Terrain Vehicle tiglit Plants. Power Units D337, etc. Hot Water Plant, etc. worth New Pipe Fit- tings (one lot1 Equipment cominci in For in- formation or brochures cxill us. Shop equipment to be sold at 9 A.M. SHARP. Come early, office open at 7 A.M. Inspection 2 doys prior to sole. Sale arranged and conducted by NASBY'S AUCTIONEERING Bonded Induifrial Auctioneers A Division of Nmby's Sales Serv'cA Box 690, Sprutft Grove, A'botto Ph. K99.3676 lie. 010-436 Lie. 010-176 Cor YJ32925 FALL SAVING SPECIALS Starting Monday, Nov. 6 For One Week Only TIMEX WATCHES 15% OFF HOT WATER BOTTLES 2.18 Now 99' Fever Thermometers Special 98 NOW PARDEC PARDEC Capsules 5.97 3-69 PARDEC Chew 8.65 Maalox 1.95 Now ,29 Aspirin 1.09 Special Maalox Plus N 1-39 Now I 2.05 Benylin 8-or. 2.25 Now Protein 21 Shampoo 1.98 Now Pampers Listerhe 20 oz f ,39 1.89 Now I Scope (Family) 1.69 Special SYRUP 4.95 Now TABLETS 5.90 Now Lssterine (Lozenges) (Family) Reg. or Mint, 1.29 Now Head and Shoulders (Family) Tube, Jar, Cream 1.79 Now Secret SPRAT 1.59___Now LAKEVIEW DRUGS 1017 Mayor Manrath Drivo Phone 328-5506 24 Hour Emergency Service ;