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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 28, 1974 DEATH W1LCINSKY Passed in the city on Tuesday. November 26, 1974, Mr. August Wilcinsky ut the age of BO years of 1720 2nd Ave A. N Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Fu.ieral Service C4762 IN MEMORIAMS JOHNSON In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Lloyd, who passed away November 28, 1971. remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife Myrtle, Don and Lorraine. Stanley and Layce. and families. 6461 MEHALKO In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Julia Mehalko. who passed away November 28. 1971 Time goes on but memories stay. As near and dear as yester- day. remembered by Joe. Maxine and girls. 6463 CZIRJAK In loving memory of a dear husband, John Czirjak, who passed away November 28, 1969. remembered by his loving wife, Katalina Czirjak. 6462 PARASCAK In loving memory of a dear brother and son. Sonny, who passed away Nov. 28. 1960 Beautiful memories woven in gold. This the picture your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts the memories are kept. To love and to cherish and never forget. remembered by Cvnthia, Rick and Mom. X646 IN MEMORIAM PARASCAK In loving memory of a dear grandson, Sonny, who passed away November 28, 1960. Where eternal suns are shining. And skies are ever blue. We pray your soul is resting, 'Til we may come to you, remembered and sadly missed by grand- mother, Margaret. X647 CARDS OF THANKS HAMABATA Due to the recent bereavement of our husband and father, we will not be sending out any cards or presents at Christmas this year. family. Daryl and Nadine McKague. Murray and Happy Smith, Jim and Louise Harrison. 6433-29 The Golden. Mile Board thanks all who participated in the Bond Raffle to make it such a success. The winner was Faron Gunn of Brocket C4748 HAMABATA We wish to express our sincere thanks and heartfelt appreciation to the doctors, staff of the Municipal Hospital, the Rev. Y. Izurni, the organist, pallbearers and the Christensen-Salmon Funeral Home. We also would like to send our gratitude to all the wonderful friends, neighbors and the Ladies of the Coaldale Buddhist Church for their kindness, messages of sym- pathy, koden. and the many floral tributes in the loss of our dear husband, father and grandfather. Huane. Lindsay, LaVerne and Cheryl Hamabata. Murray and Happy Smith and family. Daryl and Nadine McKague. Jim and Louise Harrison and family. 6432 CARD OF THANKS K1RKHAM On behalf of myself and family we would like to express our thanks for UK- comfort, cards, flowers, and sympathy expressed by relatives, friends and neighbours during our recent bereavement of our dear wife anti mother Many thanks to all the staff ol St. Michael's Hospital Also to the doctor and his associates, and to Martin Bros, for their kindness and sympathy. -Mr. J. family S. Kirkham and Old runners start 300 mite jog LOS ANGELES (AP) Trying to prove that life begins at 80 or older, seven men were jogging 300 miles from Hollywood to Las Vegas, Nev., today. "We're tired of youngsters with beer bellies and rubber tires telling us 'Take it easy, a track suit clad spokesman said before setting off Wednesday. The runners range in age from 60 to 75 and represent northern and southern Califor- 6481-29 nia. Protesters defy Saigon police Kodak DISTRIBUTOR WANTED Qualified individual Male or Female needed to distribute world famous Kodak film through company established locations. "NO SELLING OR SOLICITING REQUIRED." Make this year your year for inde- pendence. investment. Guaranteed 12 month purchase agreement. CALL: Mr. Davis; Collect A614-228-1761 Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Or Write Firestone Photographs Firestone 1946 168 N. 3rd St. Columbus, Ohio 42315 SAIGON (Reuter) Street fighting broke out in Saigon today as young demonstrators defied nearly police called in to stop a planned anti-government march. Warrack to try for re-election CME, Alta. (CP) Alberta Lands and Forest Minister Allan Warrack was nominated for re election in the Three Hills constituency Wednesday night. Dr. Warrack, the first Alberta cabinet minister to be nominated for what is ex- pected to be a mid June, 1975, provincial election, told 150 party members in this tiny farming town that it is likely Albertans will go to the polls next summer. He said waiting the full five years until 1976 for an election would be a political mistake because the government would be on the defensive and forced to make awkward ex- planations if it took the max- imum time allowed by law. A mid summer or early fall vote would cause problems for workers and voters who would have to give up vacations to take part in the campaign. Dr. Warrack said the government will continue the fight with the federal govern- ment over resources and said the dispute could become "uglier, nastier, virtually down to bare knuckles." Notice CHINOOK GAS CO-OP LTD, MILK RIVER AREA Application No. 8200 W.4M. R.19 R.18 R.17 R.16 R.15 R.14 R.13 R.12 R.ll R.10 R.9 STIRLING i 15 1 WARNER 1 1 j PAKOWKI LAKEb i T4 i i i i i i i MILK RIVER, i T3 1 i i i C.OUTTS T1 AREA TO BE SERVED WITH NATURAL GAS BY CHINOOK GAS WHEREAS the Energy Resources Conse-vgtion Board has 'eceived 31 aool'cation tor 3 permit r-cm Ch'nootq. yd. Reg. Woolco Price 7.95 SQ.YD. 5.95 ALSO PRINTED SHAG BROADLOOM SQ.YD. %f Reg. Woolco Price 8.95 sq. yd. Woolco regrete any inconvenience 1o our customers' Qu'Appelle Valley. The promised 10-year program would include expenditures on water quality control, flood control and tourism and recreation developments. The speech promised "a number of programs of par- ticular benefit to senior citizens" but outlined only one creation of the special branch of government, with councils of senior citizens to be set up to advise on programs affecting them. Water assistance grants to urban centres would be ex- panded and funds would be increased for land purchase and servicing for urban housing. As previously announced, a committee will study the feasibility of a universal sickness and injury compen- sation plan for residents of the province. The proposed legislation on matrimonial policy was described as interim legislation, while waiting for the final report of the law reform commission on the subject, "to give the courts power to make a fair and equitable division of property between spouses" where a marriage breaks up. Debate on the throne speech is to begin Monday, with Fri- day given over to traditional matters like speeches honor- ing deceased former members of the legislature. School trustees oppose teacher professionalism EDMONTON (CP) Alberta teachers would erode the power of school boards if they were given legislated professional status, the Alberta School Trustees' Association (ASTA) said Wednesday. In a brief to the cabinet's education committee, the ASTA called for a mediative approach to teacher professionalism. "This is a system whereby the teachers serve the employers the school boards who meet the needs of the ultimate consumer, the the brief said, ex- plaining the employer boards are "mediative bodies." The trustees, the brief said, Regan radio career a success SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Governor Ronald Regan's new career as a conservative radio commen- to be the first in the U.S. for many a commercial success even before starting. Harry O'Connor of Holly- wood's Harry O'Connor, Ltd., said Wednesday Reagan had his first sponsor 33 minutes after news of the series reach- ed there, and 125 contracts were signed within a week. The outgoing Republican governor, a former movie star, began his career in Iowa as Dutch, a radio sports an- nouncer. Sometimes mentioned as a prospective Republican presi- dential candidate, Reagan is stepping down as governor after two terms. His daily broadcasts, to begin in January, will consist of three-minute commen- taries on the news. "There hasn't been a daily conservative commentator on radio for years that I know of." said O'Connor. "As far as I know, Fulton Lewis Jr. was the last conservative to have a daily slot." should provide order, organization and control in school operations. Trustees should control where teachers practice, un- der what conditions, salaries and whom they should teach, the brief said. Pat English, president of the Alberta Teachers Association, called the brief a red herring and said: "We have respect for the board's ability to carry on the management function but we feel it must also respect our ability to have some manage- ment role in the classroom." ASTA president A. C. Bunny said legislated professional status for teachers could be a "dangerous tool" which could give teachers control over the thought processes of students. "With trustee intervention, parents, through their elected representatives, have an op- portunity to stop attempts at such manipulation." Nixon says broadcasts invasion of his privacy WASHINGTON (AP) Lawyers for Richard Nixon said Wednesday the former president opposes as an inva- sion of privacy the proposed broadcasting over radio and television of White House tapes used in the Watergate cover-up trial. In court papers filed with U.S. District Judge Gerhard Gesell. the lawyers said the conversations on the tapes represent "the kind of blunt and offhand remarks common in private conversations among close associates which do not necessarily represent considered judgments and which would not be made publicly." U.S. major television net- works have asked for the lifting of a court rule which prohibits the playing of the tapes outside the courtroom of U.S. District Judge John Sirica. Although Sirica is trying the cover-up trial, Gesell has been assigned the suit filed by the networks. In opposing the networks, Nixon's lawyer, Herbert Miller said the tapes were ordered turned over to the Special Watergate Prosecutors's office by the Supreme Court for the sole purpose of prosecuting the de- fendants in the cover-up trial. While acknowledging that the contents of the tapes have already been made public from the trial or other forms, Miller said allowing them to be broadcast would seriously compound the embarrass- ment to Nixon, his former aides and others mentioned in their private conversations, including the leaders of some foreign countries. Men faint at banquet VICTORIA (CP) A former British Columbia agriculture minister collapsed Wednesday night and three other men fainted at a British Columbia Federation of Agriculture convention ban- quet at the Empress Hotel. Frank Richter, 64, Social Credit MLA for Boundary Similkameen, was taken to hospital. A spokesman described his condition as fair. 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