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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE ItTHBRIDCE HERAID Otlober 18, 1972 YOU COULD BE THE LUCKY Enter your name in the Lucky Draw. No purchase required. Draw to be made from Alberta and B.C. Stores onlvJ OCTOBER 19-21 POLYURETHANE HIGH-GLOSS SUPER WHITE GLOSS VARNISH ENAMEL PAINT ENAMEL PAINT 197 G97 047 O97 Q70 OT. VJ> CAU Usm OT. LJ GAL. (J) Gives a lustrous. eTlra-toujh linisli [or yialls OT radwork. GOES on sirollly and lasi-rjfiesin four ta E touts, treat iDrheavy-lollicarsas! Ideal lor vialls nitre an tirlrj duublt S'jrlaes is repaired, [is; 1o apply. Dries to 5 lustrous shein in 4 ID 6 hours. Full range ol cuslom-tinteil cclcors available lii Kbits. ZELLER'S OWN 1600 ONE Our Own LATEX WALL PAINT 597 Use on interior or exterior surfaces. Apply with brush or roller. Dries in four to six hours. Four colors to choose from Reg. 4.21 per gallon pi'jsbaHj fcr tinliij h JC-JF cl-oic! cfcveiESOcarcmitHUlututl sv CARDS OF THANKS Preseive Vic natal besot; ol your lloors. ct cabinets. Gives crystal-clear, lasting protective Self-primiiiE. fasily appfed wilti brusti or BiciiJir reiltr. SPRAY BOMBS Fid-dry Unufi-Eiine'. ii 14 o! spnj CM. !cr U DECORWALL VINYL Wall panels. Self.sticking to apply. Covers 12 sq. ft. Reg. 4.97 BOX PAINT BRUSHES I27 1" 217 "VENUS' DRAPERY MATERIAL PANTRYWARE Sale Priced! Metal in color co-ordinates to hrighten-iip vour kitchen. Choose yours in avocado, gold poppy cr walnut woodgrain finish. Bread box, canister set or step-on can. EACH For sew-it-yourself home decor. scroll-design material. Brilliant siiades of gold, red or oyster. GREEN PURPLS I 137 n GAY NINETIES" DRAPERY MATERIAL 45" wide Perma Press, Washable Gold, Melon, Red................. yd. BLANKETS "BIG BIG BUY" BLANKETS 1 X 90" 1. S6.95 96 OIK own "Zeller Crest" taj o! viscsse luitlemim WankBtsvrilliS" nylon bindinj. Solid shades of antique fill lilac, avocado, pint. Ira or Con if. Ma'! own solid colour 6D'o viscose vulfi 4" silin St'ii of antique f'Ji, lilac, avociiio, hot pink and others. Satisfaction Guara nteed! BIKMAN I wish to thank my clocloi-s, nurses and ttic Municipal Hospital Slaft for the poctl care I received while a patient there, ami to my neigh- bors for the flowers and cards 1 received. Lewis Bikinan 53G Tlltf 11EV. AND MHS. K. R. DOYMC AND FAJ1ILY wisll to express their sincere thanks to ail who gave their' moral and financial support during the past months, to those who worked so hard on our iialf. A sincere ttiank you also to those who arranged the Fare- well Gathering, and to all who came to offer their good wishes and for the generous purse pre- sion. sented oti that occasi 530 1IAKIUSON _ We wish to express our sincere thanks io friends and relatives for their many acts of kindness and ex- pressions of sympathy extended to us during our recent he- reavement. Special thanks to Hie doctors and nurses of St. j I Michael's Hospital, Rev. Cris- I field and Martin Bros. Funeral ffonie for their kindness and as- sistance. Harrison family George, Jean, Madge, Flo Mrbel, Isabelte and families 53! KACZ Jlrs. Julia Racz and family wish to thank relatives 'riends, and neighbors for th< kindness shown at the loss o: their dear husband, father am grandfather, Joe Raez. Th thoughlfulness in gifls, foo< flowers, and cards was deeply appreciated. A special thank: to the doctor, Ihc nurses, am I all who visited him at the Bor dor Counties General Hosp: pal; (o Father J. O'Reilly anr those who offered mass; [o th pallbearers; to the C.W.L. served lunch and anyone els who helped in any other Your kindness will always be remembered. family of the late Joseph P. Racz 560 Jommumst diicf issues an ins EDMONTON (CP) William tashtan, leader of the Com- iimist Party of Canada, Tues- ay night (Ascribed Leninist- tarxist candidates in the fed- ral election as "ultra-leftists" vho arc not members of Ms iarty. These candidates arc not Communist and serve "no use- ul purpose to the working jlasss or any other section of lie he said. Mr. Kashtan also said Can- ada should borrow capital from he United Stales if it means the north under Cana- lian economic control. Speaking to a predominately elderly gathering of about 70 xn-Eons Tuesday night, he said :hc U.S. could be repaid in the :orm of gas and oil. "We're against foreign own- ership, not foreign ne said. Borrowing money from the U.S., ho said, would only be done if Canada couldn't afford to develop and protect its north- ern resources on its own. Mr. Kashtan also said his parly advocates public owner- ship of nipelines and Canadian resources. IN MEMORIAM DLUSKI In loving memory of dear brother and father Jotm Victor, who passed away October 18, 1966, missed and family. by Luduik Sin death virtually unnoticed CHICAGO fAP) Singer Billy Williams, soared to popularity in the 1950s on such songs as I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter, diet! last week virtually unnoticed, it was teamed Tues- day. His career faded when he encountered poor health, his marriage failed and he lost hia voice. Bear attacks child GIFU, Japan f AP) A bear fractured the skull of a six- year-old girl Tuesday when it attacked her nursery class mp an outing on n mountain in central Japan, police said. A nurse accompanying the 25 children was injured when sha tried lo free the cliild. The bear ran off. ivms MONTREAL (CP) A Court of Qucon's French jury Tuesday at'cjuiticd Jean-Louis Morin, 30, of a killing to which he had al- ready confessed. Morin claimed responsibility for the killing of waitress De- nisc Vouligny, 22, in November, 1970, during the murder trial last June of Claude Duhamel. Moan's testimony, which instrumental in Dnhamers ac- quittal, was given after he re- quested the protection of the court. Mr. Justice Maurice Nichols of Court of Queen's Bench, who p resid eel over th e Duhamel trial, granted Morin the protec- tion which meant his testimony could not be used against him. R ut after Mo ri n lolti his storj'i Mr. Justice Nichols or- dered him held in custody and had a murder charge sworn out against him. When Morin's murder trial hcgan last week, his previous testimony could not used and the only incriminating wit- ness the Crown could find was Vvon Pcrrcault, a prison in mate who claimed Duhamel anrl Morin killed (he girl, TOLD OF VISITS Perreault, serving a five-year sentence for fraud and bur- glary, said he kept Duhamel In his home after the girl's body was discovered in a half-dug shallow grave. Morin visited Duhamel sev- eral times to discuss the kill- ing, Perroault said, and- on one visit, they were joined by Duha- mel's brother, Perge, currently sought by provincial police for armed robbery, Perreault said he decided to testify after being silent for two years because he was "dis- gusted" that Duhamel "fin- gorecl" Iiis brother at the Juno trial. The court was also told by Perreault lie volunteered his story to police because ha "wanted to get the heat after a couple of attempts in prison on his life. During Duhamel's trial, Mo- rin said be killed the girl lo- calise she had stolen from Kim. The money, ho said, was from n robbery for which he spent four years in jail. Morin, who hart smiled and chatted amicably with his guards throughout his own trial, was ordered released by Mr. .Justice Uisson shortly after the jury, which had deliberated for a half-hour, returned their non-guilty verdict. Located in Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive, Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. Amorous panda dies alone but not of heartbreak MOSCOW (AP) An-An, the amorous Russian male panda, dice] alone in Moscow Zoo Sun- day, not of heartbreak but of heart failure, zoo officials re- ported today, j His death al 15 years of followed by three months that of Chi-Chi, Ihe female panda from Britain who twice re- jected his advances. It was a zoological match- maker's nifihfmarc. The at- tempt to produce the first ginnt Deaths yesterday lly TUT: CANADIAN 1MIKSS Woking. Rev. Thoma s S fie rwood Jones, 00, [he Church of England's oldest bishop. Madison, Altme- yer, 01, former labor secretary and a drafler of (lie American [social security system, in hospi- 1 lal nfler a brief illness. T o r o n I (Turk) Hroda, 58, former National Hockey goal tender for [Toronto Maple Loafs, afiei a I heart seizure. panda cub in captivity outside Kast Asia foiuitlei'cd on Chi- Chi's coyness. TIi ft Iiorn cva nd-home scries started in in Moscow and iRntressfuIly ended in Britain IDfio. Tha Moscow Zoo saitj "acute coronary insufficiency" had proved fatal to An-An, who was suffering from "severe in- flammation of the heart muscle." The n urn her of jjlant pandas left in China is unknown in the WeM. There arc two each in North Korrn, the United LStates and Japan. Killer a poet KKK1NO, Haly (AP) Al- fredo serving a 24- year prison tcnu for a J9GO muiiler, IIJKS Iiei'n awarded his fifth major for poetry. The latest was [fie Valserma National Literary Prize granted 1o the I'rnfo prison convict today for his poem Secret Absence, ;