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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH RUDE Dale and Nancy are happy to announce the birth of their Daniel Gor- on November 1973 at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. A brother for'Jane and a grandson for Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Cairns of Letbbridge and Mrs. Marianne Rude of Seattle. 4726 DEATHS RUGGLES November Violet Dell Ruggles aged 91 Cham- pion. Services at the United November 28 at Rev. Tony Hanson of the Evangelical Free Elbow Drive and 55th Ave. officiating. Cham- pion Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C569S HUDSON Passed away in the city on November Mr. Harold Victor Hudson at the age of 76 beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Hudson of Box Lethbridge. Bom in Flesher- Ontario in the late Mr. Hudson came to Alberta in 1915 and fartned near Wilson Siding. He was a member of Masonic Lodge North Star No. Member Scottish Rite. Besides his lov- ing wife he is survived by one Harold R. Hudson of one Mrs. Paul Scotten of Great one Joyce E.' Scotten of Great Montana and one Mrs. Irene Lanier of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by one Leslie D. Hudson. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain Vie.w Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the Heart or Cancer Fund. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C5697 DEATHS HAAVARD6RUD Pawed away suddenly in the city on November Mr. John Haavardsrud at the age of M beloved nus- band of Mrs. Kay Haavardsrud of No. 7-2302 6th Avenue S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5698 TRAPP Passed away in the city on November Mr. Alfred Walter Trapp at the age of 70 years of Barons. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 70313th St. with Pastor W. Schoepp officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. phone 328-2361. MABTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5696 IN MEMORIAMS MEHALKO In loving memory of our mother and Julia who passed away Nov. 1971. Memories are like leaves of They never tarnish or grow old. remembered by Maxine and girls. 4695 IN MEMORIAMS November 1171 THE HCftALU BEGALLI In loving memory of a dear who passed away November 1970. Peacefully resting at Earth's weary troubles and trials are In silence he with patience he bore Til God called him home to suffer no Wherever I whatever I Always dear I'll remember you. remembered and sadly missed by his Anne. 4696 RIGBY In loving memory of a dear Frank who passed away November and a dear Alice Anne who'passed away December 1949. remembered by Beth and George Homulos. 4752 VELDHUIS In loving memory of my dear our mother and who passed away November 1966. Years may pass and fade But memories live forever. remembered and sadly missed by Ben and family. 4729 UAVRON In loving memory of a dear and Betty who passed away November Gone are the days we used to But in our hearts you are always The gates of memory will never We miss you more than anyone knows. Ever loved and remembered by Irene and Spike. 4693 MEHALKO In loving memory of a dear mother and Julia who passed away November 1971. Two years have passed since that sad It was God's will that you should not stay A million words cannot ex- press Our sadness and loneliness. remembered by hus- band son Helen and family. 4694 CARDS OF THANKS POLICEMEN KILLED NEW DELHI Seven policemen were lulled Monday when a railway engine crashed into a police van at a grade crossing at in the northern In- dian state of Uttar Pradesh. Give them a title for Christmas s Good books from Doubteday TEN LOST YEARS Memonm of Canadians who survived the collected by Vancouver journalist Barry Broadfoot. Illus- trated. 95. NORTH BY Two Storiei From The Frontier by R. D. Symoni The master Canadian storyteller's talent is evident again in these fine one set among the other among Eskimos. Illustrated by the author. THE REVENGE OF ANNIE CHARLIE by Alan The author OIHowA People Dit returns with a rich new contemporary novel about Indians and Whites in the Cariboo. K 95. MEMORIES OF A CATHOLIC BOYHOOD by Harry J. A delightfully readable non-fic- tion memoir by the author of Tht Ctnmdnn THE CHATELAINE REVISED EDITION by Elaine Any cook will relish this perennial best now in a completely revised edition Heavily illustrated. THE CANADIAN BOOK Of A com- pletely Canadian guide to managing family written in terms the layman will understand. M.9S FLYING THE OLD PLANES by Frank Tollman One of the world's most accomplished pilots takes the reader into the cockpit as he flies 26 his- toric planes. THE AMERICAN COWBOY by Harold McCracken A remarkable study of the life and times of the American 148 colour and Neckband white reproductions. limited DIVIDED The Life of Gogol by Henri Troyat The author of Tolstoy and Puthkin brings the Nfe and times of Gogol vividly alive. fVE MET JESUS CHRIST by Michel Simple yet profoundly moving reflections end prayers on the Christian's daily problems. 60. BEDLAM by Lennie A power- ful novel of masters and slaves In the pre-Civil War South. 95. THE CARE AND FEEDING OF FRIENDS by like Chase A candid guide to entertaining and filled With helpful 80 20 menus. A TOUCH OF DANGER by James A private eye aet on a Greek by one of America's major novelists. I LOST EVERYTHING IN THE POST-NATAL DEPRESSION by Erma The popular columnist takes up whenMf Wit't f left shar- ing her hilarious MUSIC IS MY MISTRESS by Elling- marvellous of the book any contemporary music lover wlK cnefian. THREE Galepcgoe. Titleaca. The HoMw by Couateeu end Philippe Dramatically Mhiatrated with 1 25 colour 1 .JO. BATTLE FOR A 1769 by Gordon irreverent ac- count of Canada's most dramatic battle. Heavily illustrated. 95. TEN MIS FOR WOMEN. Edited by Ford Hovia top international women players point the way to better tennis SIMPLE BICYCLE REPAIR AND MAINTE- NANCE by R. all-inclusive guide to repair and maintenance of type of bicycle. 40 photos and factory diagrams. 75. A NORTH AMERICAN A Book of Short Fiction by Clark a re- markable new story THREE CHEERS FOR ME end THAT'S ME IN THE MIDDLE I and II of The Bendy by Donald the fictional Canadian first world war hero is a new addiction for many readers enjoyed every terrifically S. Wodahouse. each. WARD 402 by Ronald J. profoundly moving account of a young doctor's straggle to prolong the life of a young leukemia patient A STRUGGLE FOR A Documentary on Quebec fay Melvin Charney end Marcel unusual study of the conditions that have tended to suppress the identity of the Ouebecois. THE RIGHT STUFF by Tom bril- liant author of 'The Pump House and the inventor of the New Journalism turns his prose loose on America's astronauts. THE HUNDRED GLORIES OF FRENCH COOK- ING by Robert most famous gourmet presents hit favourite anecdotes and rec- ipes. Profusely illustrated. until Dec. 1973 95 thereafter. THE COSMIC CONNECTION. An Extraterrea- tial Perspective by Carl the subject of life on other one of serious con- sideration. 25. THE SECRET LIFE OF OUR New Fic- tion From Esquire by Gordon Es- quire Editor presents a collection unlike any other in a handsome gift package. HOW TO MAKE YOUR HUSBAND YOUR LOVER by Leie frank affd explicit woman-to-woman talk about the sexual needs of men. TOURIST by GeraW -broad-canvas novel about a planeload of tourists on a Grand Tour Of Europe... a jet-age Grtftd Haiti. PANDEMIC by Tom Another chHNng suspense novel featuring Charlie SpeCtal agent for a top-secret U.S. security agency. OF MY A Novel Of Modern Israel by Richard power- ful story of hate end passion. NOW AT McKce Many thanks to relatives and friends for the cards of sympathy extended us during the loss of a Ann Cunliffe who passed away November 14 at her home in B.C. and Mrs. H. Sandham 4754 STRAND We wish to ex- press our thanks to everyone for cards and floral tributes received during our bereavement. Special thanks to her doctor and the nurses at the Municipal Hospital. and Viola Ken and Kay Strand 4728 EATON We would sincerely like to thank all of our friends and relatives for the lovely cards and ali expressions of sym- pathy that we received during the loss of our very precious mother. Your kindness and sympathy will always be remembered. and Fritz Malchow and families 4727 URANO-The family of the late Mrs. Hani Urano are most grateful to Rev. Y. Izumi and Mr. G. and to all the kind friends and relatives for the floral cards of phone gifts of food and and to the organizations who helped in so many ways dur- ing our recent sad bereavement. Also special thanks to the pallbearers Messrs M. B. A. H. W. K. C Moriyama and to Christensen Salmon Funeral Directors. Your kindness is deeply appreciated and will' always be remembered. H. S. S. Hase and K. Moriyama families 4753 President should stay WASHINGTON A United States-wide poll in- dicates that more Americans believe President Nixon should remain in office than but the gap between the two opinions continues to narrow. Pollster Louis Harris reported Thursday that the call for Nixon's resignation in view of the Watergate affair rose to 43 per cent in a sampl- ing of adults taken between Nov. 12 and Nov. 15. On the last day of that Nixon spoke to the National Association of Realtors convention here in the first of a series of formal public appearances in which he has responded to Wa- tergate allegations. AT LAST FOR A Wicks cartoon collection. THE BEST OF WICKS has just been published and is available to the readers of this news- paper. 190 cartoons by one of the most widely read political cartoonists in the world. C- Int not surprised te Mt Ifat with tod if i f.ncet THE BEST OF WICKS. Now a selection of the great I I mini cartoonists work has I been put together in book I form. 190 Of the best car- I toons are now available to I the readers of this paper I just si.IO The ideal gift for I those who appreciate I and humor Send to THE BEST OF WICKS Doubleday Canada Limited BOX 345 STATION A ONT. MSV1J4 Fuel shortage may pave way to 4-day work week ByALCOLLETTl NEW YORK A sus- tained fuel shortage may lead to many industriafchanges in- cluding greater use of the four-day work week. Many American firms have already moved in that direc- tion and though some have gone back to the old five-day the-prospect of fuel scarcities may turn the four- day week into roaring pop- ularity. What the four-day week usu- ally means is a rearrange- 'ment of working hours to give a worker an incentive to produce as much as he does in five days In terms of conserving fuel can be saved by reduced use of espe- cially by commuters who use their cars to reach their of- fices and factories. Some plants and businesses can still stretch production over the entire week by staggering work allow- ing some workers off-on Fridays and others on Mon- days. In the 40-hour week would be divided into four 10- hour days many U.S workers have shorter work weeks and the 40 hours is used only as a yardstick for paying overtime rates ALREADY IN STYLE In the 37Vz-hour week is already here and the next step may be the 36-hour made up of four nine- hour days. While organized labor has expressed opposition to toe four-day week for safe- ty and other toe trend in that direction has been striking in the last three years. A study by the American Management Association found that one out of 12 com- panies which tried the four- day week later dropped it but the statistics still -show a remarkable growth. about American companies with about one million workers are on the -four-day week com- pared with only 40 firms and only workers in 1970. Before the energy con- sultants said it would be dec- ades before the four-day week would become a general habit. Now they are taking a second look at their predictions. The 10-hour days sprang into industrial vogue in 1970 as an antidote for such long-standing complaints as labor turnover and sagging productivity. JOY REPORTED Cost-conscious corporations figured workers would be so happy with -three-day weekends they would be grateful enough to show up for work on produce more and stop leaving for other jobs For some companies the switch worked marvellously. Production jumped and over- time was cut by one-half. Other companies found toe compressed work week a dis- aster. Absenteeism dropped initially but it soon returned. EDMONTON Of- ficials of Macleods' Stores Ltd. toil week broke sod to begin construction on the initial tt-rr.illion phase of a warehouse and distribution centre. The facility will nave 215.000 square feet initially and will be constructed to allow for future expansion to square feet. Emergency plan for Albertans EDMONTON Alberta will consider relaxing conservation practices to boost oil production if there is a says an Alberta Resources Conserva- tion Board official. R. L. manager of the board's economics said preliminary studies indicate production can be increased by to barrels a day by per- mitting increased flaring of waste natural gas and altering reservoir injection procedures. The board has studied the he said in an inter- and not very happy about The effect would be to hasten the depletion of the oil reserves but people were about to go cold we would have to re-examine the whole Mr. Harrop said Alberta now is producing 1.7 million barrels of crude oil a T level that is expected to be maintained in December. Production was somewhat lower than normal because of export restrictions imposed by the National Energy Board last March. Environment Minister Bill Yurko says he is against relaxation of pollution control regulations at refineries as a move to boost production. 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