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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Oclober 11, 1972 THE LETHBSIDGE HERAID Students would opt out of loan plan BORIS SPASSKY breaks silcnci Boris Spassky, pondering hi loss of the world ches cliam pionship to Bobby Fischer, say he plans to enler the elimitu lion tournament for a 1975 cha lenge of the American titlehok er. Spassky broke his month-ion public silence in an with the Soviet chess 64 It says Spassky still is analys- ing the world champion h i p which was held in Reykjavik, Iceland, and is "unable to ex- plain some of his blunders." Spassky said that up to the end lie thought he could win. Spassky says Fischer is the top chess player with "excel- lent a great capac- ity to work and a subtle aware- ness of the mood and physical state of the rival." But the former Russian champion says he does not consider Fischer "a power that cannot be con- quered." Spassky said he made a mis- take by not playing more chess before (he match, and he vowed to play more regularly. One of Canada's oldest resl- cnis Jenny Cray, diet! in Win- ipcg at the age of 110. Mrs. Gray was born in Brant- ord, Out. in 1862 and moved o Winnipeg in 1882. Her husband William was a rakeman on the Countess of Dufferin, the first CPR locomo ive in Western Canada. Her father helped build the Louise Bridge across the Red liver in Winnipeg. President Chiang did not make his customary ap- pearance at a mass rally ccle- jrating Nationalist China's 61st anniversary in Taipei, raising new speculation about his icalth. The generalissimo, who will ic 85 at the end of the month, has not been seen in public since last May. Some people shouted "Long live the president" as the rally came to an end, but he did not come out onto the balcony of the presidential mansion to greet them. Percy Pearl Washington, who w e i g h e d an estimated 880 pounds, died at Milwaukee of kidney failure. Mrs. Washington, 4D. who was about six feet tall, had been in hospital since July 28. Her daughter, Mattie Dar- ling, said her mother had gained much of her weight in the last four months. She said hef mother's physician had at- :ribufed most of the weight to water. Mrs. Darling said her mother did not eat a great deal, but consumed huge quantities of water. The heaviest woman listed in the Guinness Book of World Records was an unidentified weighing 850 pounds who died in Baltimore in 1888. PR1NCK GEORGE The British Columbia Associ- ation of Student Unions is to ask the provincial government to opt out of Hie federal govern- ment's new student loan regula- tions. The newly formed BCASU, representing students in colleges and univcrsi- ics, decided here at its fouml- ng conference to seek o mcct- ng with Education Minister Eileen Dailly to discuss the feasibility of opting out of the new federal requirements. A statement approved by the 30 delegaies describes the new regulations as "a hindrance to education "Due to the extra bureaucra- cy created to process the new Canada student loan document, there have been great delays in approval, and hence delays in the statcmen said. It said although the federa government is seeking to elimi nate fraud, processing the new forms "will probably result in a gross increase in the expendi ire of public funds." The association also objected 0 the high proportion of sum- mer earnings required from a tudent before he is eligible for 1 loan. "At present B.C. students ap- >lying for (he Canada student oan are required to have saved rom their meagre summer vages, if indeed they have been fortunate enough to find a job, more money than any other stu- lent in the statement said. SHOP and 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE 'COLLEGE MALL' 420 6th STREET SOUTH 'DOWNTOWN' 324 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE VALUES EFFECTIVE 'TIL 6 P.M. SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1972 In Ottawa, a finance depart- ment spokesman said the new federal loan regulations require students to verify statements made on loan applications. He said birth certificates, marriage licences, landed ire- migration forms and copies of lax return forms are required to he shown when applicable. Last year, loan applications were taken at face value, hut because of the large amount of fradulcnt applications the new regulations were brought into effect, he said. TISSUE MARLBORO BATHROOM PKG. OF 8 roils CONTADINA CANADA STANDARD JB j! (PRODUCT OF U.S.A.) 0 28 fl. oz. R MARGARINE L-BRAND. 100% Pure Vegetable Oil 1-lb. net pkg. Homosexual marriage case thrown out by U.S. court F 0 R Best horror film STIGES, Spain (Reuter) American director Robert Mul- ligan won the only gold medal at the fifth international horror film festival with his film The Other. WASHINGTON (AP) All appeal designed to sanction homosexual marriages was dis- missed by the United States Su- preme Court Tuesday "for want of a substantial federal question." The case was brought by the Minnesota Civil Liberties Union for two homosexuals, Jack Baker and James McConneli: Their request for a licence was turned down in 1970 by the Min- neapolis County clerk but last year they obtained a licence in Blue Earlh County and were married by a United Methodist minister. The appeal claimed the fun damental right to marriage cannot be denied by the state on the basis of homosexuality. That kind of by appeal said, is prohibited by the US. constitutional guaranty to privacy. Among practical reasons for a marriage licence, the Civil Liberties Union told the court, are state and federal tax bene- fits, the right to sue for a wTongful death and the ability :o inherit upon the death of one of the partners. Tiie court acted unanimously. The Minnesota Supreme Court rulrf against Baker's and McConnell's constitutional ar- gument last October. PRIDE OF ARABIA 1-lb. net wt. pkg. ISLANDERS TOPS VANCOUVER (CP> The British Columbia Timber men, captained by Brian Herlihy of Victoria, are the. top team in B.C. logging. The team took the title at the nine-e vent team relay held at the Pacific Na- tional Exhibition. CONTADINA 14 fl. oz. tins TISSUE Noxiema Afledi-Foam Noxzema Deodorant Regular 7-oz. or Anri-Perspirant 8.4-oz. Your Choice H Shaving cream. All types. 12-oz. Your Choito Lady Patricia Hair Spray Bromo Seltzer Economy Size. WHITE. SWAN ISO's pkg. 2 ply FINEST MEATS Close-up Toothpaste Super size. Tek Initial Toothbrush O Medium or hard. 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Each .19 Prices in cffecl through Oct. 14th Wo Reserve the Right lo Limit Quanlilrcs Woolco Pharmacy operalect by Jack Austin Pharmacy (Albertti) lid. A Uiviiion of Dominion Cilrus and Drugs FREE DEUVERY ON PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE 328-8151 Open Doily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive PORK BUTT STEAKS Ib. 79' PORK AND BEEF SAUSAGE CENTENNIAL BRAND 1-lb. net wt. pkg Originated In. Alberta For Alberta Families. ;