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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2O THE IE1HBR1DOE HERALD Monday, October 2, 1972 IN MEMORIAMS LUCK In loving memory of Earl Ray who passed away on October 1939. remembered by his brother, Lindsay. 9793 C11KSTKH In memory of our loved aixl loviiw Ixjrnc. who passed October 2, l'J7i. Jiusl when his days seemed brightest. Just when his hopes teemed best, Ood called him from among us, To his eternal rest. Sadly misscxl, but God knows best. ami dad, Dawn, Glen- na and Debbi. 0706 KOVAC1I 111 memory of my dear hiisbard and father, Tiber, wto passed nv.'ay October 2, 1066. Beautiful memories, treasurer forever, Of happy years we s p e n I together, Wishing as we have wished before God could have spared you many years more. loved and remem bercd by his wife Annie nnd family. IJPTAK In loving mem ory of a dear mother art grandmother, Barbara Liptak who passed away October 2 1971. Peaceful be thy rest, d e a mother, It is sweet to breathe th> name, In lite we loved yon dearly In death we do the same. loved rememberer by her daughter, Helen Gcarge and grandchildren. 901 LIPTAK In memory o a dear mother and grandmother Barbara, who passed awa; October 2, 1971. Her thoughts were all so ful of us, She never could forget. And so we think that wher she is, She must be watehing yet. As angels keep their watc up there, Please God let her know That we down here do no forget, We love and tniss he so. remembered by daugl ter Barbara, son-in-law Ja and grandsons Rick an Joev. 982 Marks anniversary MADRID (AP) Gen. Frai cisco Franco marked his 36 anniversary as Spain's chief i state Sunday with a tradition reception attended by membei of the government, diplomat corps and other high civil, mi tary and church afitiioritie [rudeau says Cs 'party of fear' Joint space plan details outlined ST. JOHN'S. NfUI. (CP1 lie Conscrvaiivc-.s liave ome a "party ol fear" wliilc 10 Liberals are a party of con- clence in Canada, Prime Win- ter Trucleau said here today. Appearing on an open-Hue ra- it) and television sbow from ation CJON here, Mr. rihleau said the Conservative nrty was playing on a back- isb on welfare abuse and ttie ear of drugs. Liberals, on the ther hand, "have confidence in ie country." Conservatives say "Let's go lowly, let's be careful, let's be onservative." "It's obvious that nothing Is rfect but you have to have Mr. Truck-ail said. The prime minister, whose no-day visit lo this Atlantic; wovince follows one a week igo by Conservative Leader iobert Stanfield, also sought to allay fears by a caller over the emantic disappearance of the ederal fisheries department. MOSCOW (AP) A veteran Russian cosmonaut has dis- closed that the first Soviet- American inarmed space ven- ture will last three days and in- clude a 48-hour linkup of the spaceships and an exchange of crews. It it is successful it could be the forerunner of a joint U.S.- Soviet expedition to the planet Mars by the end of the century, said Vladimir Shatalov, com mander of two Soviet manned flights. Shatalov, 45, disclosed in a report released Sunday by Tass, the Soviet news agency, that plans for the first joint manned space effort call for an American Apollo spacecraft th throe astronauts and a Russian Soyuz capsule with two crew members to be linked ;is "single spacecraft" for two days while the spacemen per- form joint scientific ex- periments. Shatalov did give the launch date. But his informa- tion was the most complete made public to date here on Hie planned space spectacular and indicated a definite flight plan and schedule had been worked out. Reduce the price of your car when you fill your lank with gasoline at a Pacific 66 Car Wash! sypErssonic Car Wash 1819-3 AvenueS. It's easy and convenient to rjrivo a dean car! 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The system formed by he linkup will [hen be operated s a single spacecraft. "For two days, spacemen ill transfer from one sliip to tie other. "At the end of the third day, he spaceships will be undocked nid will proceed to land heir respective territories." The two spaceships will be ittcd with compatible ligtiling md communications systems "or the rendezvous and docking. t- i'f JOHNNY CARSON WEDS Television personality Johnny Carson kisses his bride Joanna after announcing at a Hollywood parly thai he had married actress Joanna Holland, 32. Carson announced the marriage while guest of honor at a star-filled banquet to celebrate his 1 Oth anniversary as host on the NBC Tonight Show. It is the third marriage for 46-year-old Carson. Paper claims man hired to kill Kennedy in Paris PARIS (Renter) Tlie right- wing Paris Newspaper L'Aurore says U.S. officials liired a French- man lo kill President John F. Kennedy during his trip to Paris in 1961. A copyright article by Phil- ippe Bernorl named the man as Jose Luis Romero, a former Foreign Legionnaire who joined (he aiiti-Gaullist Secret Army Organization (OAS) during the Algerian independence struggle. L'Aurorc does not say why the Americans wanted to kill Red teeth found SALVADOR, Brazil (Reuter) Red human lecth and bones have turned up in two year-old burial urns which anthropologists have discovered here. The red paint denoted tribal chiefs, a local university expert said. Kennedy, who was assassinated in Dallas two years later, but it indicates that they were violently anti-Communist. It says Romero came- to Paris last week from his homo somewhere in South America to tell part of his story to author Camille Gilles, who has written several books about the Alge- rian war and is working on a new one about OAS killers, The paper says Romero, born in Madrid in 192G, was the son of a Spanish revolutionary who fled to France wlicn Gen. Fran- cisco Franco came lo power. 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