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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IN MEMORIAMS WINTERS In bring mem- ory of our mothtr and grand- mother who pajsed No- vember 14, 1969. There's an open gate at the end of the road Through each must pais alone And there in the light we cannot see For the father claims hi! own Beyond the gate a loved one finds happiness and rest And there is comfort in the thought That a loving God knows best. remembered by Del, Laura and family, Harold, Grae and family, DeVer and Duena and fam- ily. 1759 HARSANY In loving me- mory of a dear brother, son and uncle, Alec Harsany, who died November 14, 1968. Vivid is our memory of that day four years ago Sacred are our hearts from sorrow When death dealt that mighty blow God saw what happened on that day And did what he thought best He put His arms around our Alec And whispered, "Come and Rest" Silent are our tears that flow Heavy are our hearts For what It meant to lose you one No one will ever know. green are our mem- ories al you showered by a million tears Sadly miss- ed and lovingly remember- ed by mother and dad Harsany and sisters Jolane, Isabel and families. 1758 Mayoralty contests assured By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ontario's three largest cities were assured of mayoralty races Monday as nominations closed lor Dec. 4 civic elections. In Toronto, Uiere are seven candidates for the mayor's job lo be vacated by William Denni- son, and in Hamilton there are two after an llth-hour entry. In Ottawa, three raen ai'e op- posing incumbent Pierre Beooit. In Metropolitan Toronto, an upsurge hi Interest in civic ef- fairs combined with incmsed salaries for elected representa- tives saw a record 924 nomi- nated for 189 seats on councils, school boards wd public utili- ties more than in 1969. Seeking the mayor's chair in Toronto are aldermen David Crombie, David Rotenberg and Anthony O'Donohue; newspaper columnist Paul Rioutead, union Nelson Clarke, health inspector Donald Andrews and labor editor Jacquie Henderson, In Hamilton, Doug Branigan, i 27-year-old freelance graphic artist, challenged Mayor Victor Copps who is seeking his sixth term. Three newcomers are chal- lenging Ottawa Mayor Benoit, 33, a lawyer who came up from council earlier this year to re- place former mayor Ken Fo- garly who was appointed a judge. The other candidates are Al- phonse Lapointe, 49, a business executive; Oscar Orenstein, 61, a building contractor, and a stu- dent, Jack Ridout, 24. K-ll-72 M.5lan Family questioned in shooting case SANTA BARBARA, Caljf. (AP) five members of the McCrary family were in separate prisons and Jails in three different states today awaiting the neit step In a multi-state investigation of 22 ulayings. Only the mother, Carolyn McCrary, remained in custody at Santa Barbara, where the family first was charged in con- nection with a holdup-shooting case. Since last week, when police from several states came here to question the family on at least 11 murder cases, Damy McCrary was turned, over to Dallas, Tex., authorities and Ginger McCrary Taylor was picked up by Lakewood, Colo., officials. The two others, family head Sherman McCrary, 47, and Gin- ger's husband, Carl Raymond Taylor, 33, are in northern Cali- fornia prisons in the Santa Bar- bara holdup-shooting. Police say officials are trying to develop facts in what could Troops may have 'silent' gonorrhea By FRANK CAREY ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) A team of doctors has re- ported evidence suggesting that appreciable numbers of troops returning from Vietnam may have "silent" undetected go- norrhea that could have na- tional implications unless the men are found and treated. Indeed, the doctors told a sci- entific meeting here, it is possible that much of an al- ready noted increasing resist- ance of gonorrhea germs hi the United States to antibiotic won- der drugs has been due to "Im- portation of resistant strains" by Vietnam returnees whose own transmissible infection was overlooked because they stowed no symptoms. The doctors recommended that all Vietnam returnees be screened by a new test they de- vised for diagnosing "silent" gonorrhea. The doctors made thei.- report to a meeting of the American Public Health Association. They did so in reporting evi- dence from limited studies of both civilians and military men that "asymptomatic" gonorrhea apparently is much more preva- lent among mala than pre- viously thought. They defined asymptomatic gonorrhea as a gonorrhea in- fection which produces no symptoms In the male or fe- male Infected but may produce active dlaease if transmitted sexually. be a chain of 22 unsolved ilay- ingB in the western United States, including the killings of three young waitresses in all- right toughnut shops. BALLISTICS FIRST LINK Officials started to link the cases after ballistics tests con- nected six Texas slaying! to weapons used in the wounding of a Santa Barbara policeman during a supermarket holdup. Mrs. Taylor, 22, who gave birth to a child in jail two weeks ago, waived extradition to face a bad cheque charge in Lakenood, Colo., where one of the waitresses had been kid- nanpec' and killed. Her brother returned to face an undisclosed parole violation In Dallas. But he also is held for investigation of murder and robbery in the slayings of a couple from Mesquite, Tex., a year ago. The senior McCrary and Tay- lor are expected eventually to be extradited for trial in Ne- vada or Utah. A federal war- rant charging kidnap already is on file at Salt Lake City in the abduction of doughnut shop waitress, Sheri Lee Martin, 17. But authorities believe Miss actuallv died in Nevada, after being kidnapped, so offi- cials are considering filing mur- der charges m that state rather than Utah. Camrose native dies in N.B. FREDERICTON (CP) Nefl M. Stewart, 70, prominent New Bnnwwick architect, died In hospital here. Anativeof Camrose, Alfa Mr. Stewart designed many prominent buildings in New Brunswick including the Bea verbrook Art Gallery in Fred ericton, the Fredericton air ter mlnal and the Mactaquac Parl Lodge. He was made a fellow of the Royal Architectual Institute Canada in 1960. TORY LEADER DIES Herbert Ans- comb, M, one of British Col- umbia'! best known poli- ticians, died in Victoria hos- pital after lengthy illness. Mr. Anscomb was (he Con- servative leader in (be Liber- al-Tory coalition government of from 1M7 until 1S52, when Social Credit toppled the coalition administration of Byra Johnson. Military buildup in full swing SAIGON (AP) The United States delivered 31 amphibious vehicles to SouUi Vietnam today as part of its equipment buildup anticipating a ceasefire. Mean- while, U.S. B-52 bombers con- tinued heavy raids across all four countries of Indochina in attempts to blunt the similar North Vietnamese buildup. The 30-foot amphibious troop and cargo carriers arrived by ship irom Okinawa. A team of at least 10 U.S. ma- rine engineers also arrived to train Vietnamese marines in op- erating and maintainig the ve- hicles, which can cany 34 troops or pounds of cargo. At the same time, U.S. mili- tary and chartered planes con- tinued to land more war mate- riel at Saigon's Tan Son Nhut air base, "in the U.S. air more than JOO B-52s struck in North and South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, dropping more lhan Ions of exr.'osivcs. The ban on air attacks in the Hanoi- Haiphong region and other areas of North Vietnam above Ihe 20th parallel remained in ef- fect. Communist attacks in South Vietnam slackened to their low- est level since Sept. 30, the Sai- gon command said. It. reported 62 assaults, including 39 rocket and mortar attacks, during the 24-hour period ending at dawn. Communist commandos at- tacked three government militia outposts in three adjoining provinces in the southwestern part of the Mekong Delta. The Saigon command said 14 gov- ernment and 18 Communist troops were killed and 30 Saigon soldiers wounded. Beer banned after stunt Tu.idor, Novtmbtr 14, THI UTKMIDGf HERALD 23 Execution squad kills writer PARIS (AP) A Ihree-man execution squad, believed ii> be Arabs, broke into the apartment of a 36-year-old Syrian journal- ist Monday and killed him with a burst of machine-gun fire. Tire victim, Kamou Khobr, was Paris correspondent of a weekly published In Damascus. Several eyewitnesses saw the killers drive off and gave police a detailed description of them. Police said they believe the murder was politically moti- vated. Find PHILADELPHIA (AP) Two water department truck drivers found in a sewer and gave the money to author- ities. Now they must decide whether to accept a reward or sue for the return of the amount they found. The men have been offered a tax free reward in excess of the, traditional 10-per- cent finder's fee often offered by federal agencies. REGTNA (CP) The Sas- katchewan Uquor Board has ordered. Calgary export lager beer off the provincial market for two months for "advertis- ing and promotion of the prod- uct contrary to the provisions of the Liquor act." Carting Brewery, makers of' the beer, was involved in a celebration after the Saskatch- ewan Houghrider-Britisb Col- umbia Lions Western Foot- ball Conference game Thanks- giving weekend. During the game, an airplane circled the field pulling a ban- ner urging fans to "have a bar- ley sandwich." At halftime, a sky diver jumped for a tar- get rolled out in the middle of the field bearing the horseshoe emblem common to Calgary beer. As well, a gigantic horseshoe and the world Calgary were on display near the entrance lo the Regina Inn, site of the post- game party. birdies HOBART, Tasmania (Renter) Suspected bird smugglers stole about 30 rare birds, In- cluding finches, red rumper. parrots and crimson parakeets from the Royal Tasmanian Bot- anical Gardens here. Pattern Sj Dayan shops for weapons New York Times Service WASHINGTON Israeli de- fence minister Moshe Dayan will hold top level rolicy lalks here Tuesday in which he is expected to press for a shop- ping list of new weapons and seek assurances of continued deliveries of jet fighters. Dayan, who arrived here late Monday, is scheduled for sep- arate conferences with Secre- tory of State William P. Rog- ws, Deputy Defense Secretary Kenneth Rush, and the direct- or of the Cent-.-al Intelligence Agency, Richard Helms. Officials in various depart- ments of the government point- ed out that the Israeli govern- ment Is apprehensive that, after his landslide victory last week, President Nixon might be tempted to alow down or cut off arms shipments In order to pressure Israel Into a more flexible negotiating stance with Kpypl. Resides seeking assurances that Washington will not inter- nipt the current flow of F-4 and A-f tacti- cal bombers, Dayan is also expected to request authority to buy the Lance 50-mile surface- to-surface missile, the Cobra helicopter gunsWp, the maver- ick TV-guided missile and a lase--guldod bomb system, Ihe officials aald. Colorful, cozy atop separates all thru the year! Crochet fashionable belted topper make easy 4-inch granny squares while you watch TV. Use knitting worsted. Pat- tern 7000: misses' sites in- cluded. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-clus mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, can of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. 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