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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Oilob.r 30, 1972 THE IETH8RIDGE HERAID 23 DEATHS MacINTOSU Passed away in the cily on Monday, October 30, 1072, Mrs. Agnes Macintosh at the age of 80 yeare of the Golden Acres Lodge. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. MAIUIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Need action 011 science prog ram AIJIRKCUT Passed away suddenly in Magrath on Sun- Oiy, Oclobsr 29, 1572, Mr. Otto Albrcchl at the age of Cl years, beloved husband o! Mrs. Hilda Albreciit cf Magratii. Funeral arrangements will onnounc ccl when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Jhc Funeral Service. C3175 FHETUEI.L Saturday. Oc- tcjar 28, 1672, Jamas P. Fret- wall, 70, of 053 Ave., kelowna, B.C., away in hospital following lengthy illness. Besides his lov- ing wife Olive, he is survived by one brother Jack of Tacoma. Wash. Funeral services Tues- day. October 31 nl p.m. In the United Church at Kelowna, IN MEMORIAM McNABB In loving memory of my husband John, who pass- ed away Oclobcr 30, 1968. No one could ever lake your place, In my thoughts cr in iny heart. Nor in the treasured mem- ories, In which you've played a part. No one could ever be so dear, So precious to me too. No one could ever lake your place Because there's just one you. missed, always re- membered by your wife, Frances. 1092 dellsit passed School play promotes UNICEF KINO Thursday. October 23, 1972 Eivcrena King, aged 86 years. Vulcan. Services Vulcan United Church, Tues- day, October 31 at 2 p.m., the Rev. William Julian officiating. Interment, Vulcan Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations mav made to the Canadian Cross. VULCAN FUNER- AL HOME, in charge cf rangements. GEUIIING Friday, Octo- ber 27, 1972, Anna Mary Gerd- ar- Col73 ing, aged 81 years, Vulcan. Fu- neral mass at St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Tuesday at 10 a.m. Interment to follow Vulcan Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends may make do- nations to the charily "f their choice. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrange- A Grade 4 teacher at Assump- tion School is helping her stu- dents to enact a play with tlie objective of benefiting the UnUcrJ Nations International Children's Emergency Fund. The fhort play was to be pre- sented today by the sludents of Ingrid Schefter to Grade 1, 2 and 3 audiences, to provide them with the incentive to carry a UNICEF box and collect pen- nies on their Halloween rounds. The play, published, through JNICEF, concerns a boy who refuses lo eat his supper, and 'hile watching an African show on television, falls asleep. He dreams about Uie jungle and a starving African boy. When asking his mother what he can do lo help, she suggests thai he collect pennies for UNICEF or. Halloween. The play is put on by 12 stu- dents in 'Miss Schefter's lang- uage arts class. OTTAWA (CP) Scientific progrses in Canada needs less talk and more action, a nation- al forum on science policy was told today. "Study and debate without action is a waste of effort and said Dr. M. P. Bachynski. "Unfortunately a great em- phasis in recent years has been placed on study and de- bate. The need now, however, is for workable, constructive recommendations and. sugges- tions for action." Dr. Bachynski made the re marks in the keynote speech opening a two-day forum organ- ized by the Association of the Scientific. Engineering and Canda Scitec. He listed four areas where science can make a much-need ed contribution to society scientists come up with con crete proposals for action Soaring health costs, pollufioi control, ocean development and accident prevention. CAN CUT COSTS "Health and welfare accoun for 21 psr cent of Ihe federa ments. C3172 Kidnapped girl leaps from auto budge and if education is adc ed are dealing wiUi close t half of the provincial expendi- tures. "Surely new science and technologies such as comput- ers, instrumentation, systems engineering and communica- tions can he used so as to im- prove these services and to re- duce their ccsts. "More effective utilization of our environment will recruire a great deal of new science and technology' or more intelligcnl application of existing knowl- edge." U.S. slows naval attacks to aid ceasefire climate WOUNDED IN BATTLE A huge bondage coverj facial wound of South Vietnamese infantryman hurl dur- ing fighting in Hoa Lan hcmlel, 11 miles north of Saigon. SAIGON (AP) The U.S. 7lh Fleel has drasticalJy curtailed its naval operations against North Vielnam and withdrawn its cruisers and destroyers well below the 20tli parallel in a move lo improve the climate for ceasefire negotiations, infor- mants said today. All naval bombardment of the coast above the 20tli paral- lel has been ended, and cruiser and destroyer strikes against the rest of the North Vilnamese coast have been limited, it was learned. Defence Secretary Melvin Laird confirmed last week that all air attacks on North Viet- nam had heen halted, above Ihe 20th parallel, including Ihe areas of Hanoi and Haiphong, but he made no mention of any curtailment of naval borab- ardmenl. Officials declined comment loday when asked if any action had been taken to deactivate the U.S. mines dropped, in Hat phong Harbor. Hut othei sources indicated no such ac tion had besn taken yet. Th2 2Cth parallel is ibout Ik miles south of Hanoi and 21 miles north cf the demilitarizcut it will probably result in a number of old elm trees being cut down, he says. "The problem is conglomer- ate architecture." says Profes- sor Baird. All of Ihc buildings in Ihe area around the planned con- struction site arc of different styles and the new building is in yet another, he said. behind the president wilh onls Iwo weeks lefl until election day. If undecided voters v; h o "lean" to one candidate are in eluded, the total would be Nix on ahead 59 to 33. This finding is similar to the last Gallu Poll result lhat shows Nixon leafing 53 to 3G. McGovcrn lias gainer! nificautly in the New Jersey-Conneclicul region. Nix on slill leads, 51 lo 35, a iC point spread. But two lie led by 23 points, six week ago by 33. Plane hils boat during takeoff TOFINO, B.C. (CP) A prominent logging industry fig- ure and former alderman of Ihe city of Albcrni was one of two men killed in a plane-boat crash on the west coast of Van- Thomas E. Hamilton, 52. of I Port Albcrni was a passenger aboard (lie Cessna 172. Also killed was the pilot, Dennis Michael Neil, 25, of Comox. The float-equipped plane was taking off from Hecate Bay eight miles north of Tofino when it struck a pleasure hoat. Four persons in Ihe hoat escap- ed injury. Hie plane (lipped over on impact. Missionaries cap-hired in govl. takeover VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) At least one Canadian and three American Protestant mis- sionaries are believed lo have been captured when Pathet Lao forces took control of the south- era Laotian village of Kok, CBANBROOK (Special) City skating and curling rink situations, in the news in June with a sudden condemnation of le Memorial Arena, are be- oming clearer. Arena rcconslruclion bylaw or SMO.OOO gol ratepayer refer- ndum nod. The building ap- ears in final reconstruction with objectives a mid- v'ovember skating use. Meanwhile, Cranbrook Royals nd Colts, WIHL and Juniors, re playing "away" games vhere respective schedules al- ow in exchange for late season 'home" games. Kid hockey teams are now icing lined up and November it art may extend srping league ;eason into April. The arena on North 2nd St. is at the roofing stage to "orm with National Bull ding Code regulations. The privately owned and ad iacent Cranbrook Curling Club rink, which shares the arena ice plant, will house its 1972-73 season with plans for lff73-74 in its own new club-financed build- ing. Under consideration last summer was a cily bylaw to finance this, with ralepayer responsibility for purchase of the presenl rink, while the cluh would amortize Ihe other cost. This plan struck a reef on final title conditions and was dropped. Curling cluh ways ar.d means chairman G. E. Vallance says the club still hopes to locate its new rink across North 2nd on Balment Park but only if the club has clear title to Ihe new facilily. Its financing will be privitely- arranged. 1R5 miles southeast of i tif onncd sources Pupils named lo council THIS RANGE TOPS EVERYTHING YOU'VE EVER WANTED No burners, no coils, no drip-pans And no more spill-overs lhat burn over The Top's one beautiful, flat, smooth, tough piece ol glass So tough, you cook on it. Even use it as extra coun- ter space. So smooth you clean it easily, as you use II. And the oven cleans you get oil scot-free. It's the first total cookino, concept ever developed A perfectly Hat cooking surface-precisely controlled heal on all 4 unils-and specially designed cookware, made lust for the job (you get a sel ol 6 wilh the AND THIS COMBO BEATS ANYTHING ELSE COLD It's a whole grocery store, lust Iwo doors away. Behind one. a meat with a special control to keep meat for days. An egg drawer that Mis out lor side trips lo me counter. An electric butler conditioner that you set lor hard, medium or soil Two crispers instead ol one, and shelves lhal you move and split to til almost anything. Behind Ihe other, a Ireezer that'll lake over 300 pounds ol lood and keep il right at your fingertips The one thing you won't find, behind either door, .is Frost. No defrosting ever! CARDSTON (HNS) Elec- tion at the UK: Creek Educa- tional Centre here recently chose the following studenl council for Secretary, Kevin Bcaz- Vientiane, said today. The names of Ihe four mis- Cr: vice-president. Ivan Healy; sionaries were withheld tempo- president. Dixie Cahoon; Grade '2 representatives, Raym ond Wells and Denny Lcavitt; Grndc 3 representatives: Michelle Goodstrikcr, Lon Carlson, Mark Pitcher; 5 representa- tives: Bob Kolibar, Margie Low, Danny Lcavilt; Grade 4 repre- sentatives: Julie Jensen, Loh- nay Parkes, Slaccy Filchcr; wcre reposed lo have escaped (he village during Ihe attack Friday nighl, which came amid intensified Communist miltary activity throughout Lnos. The missionaries in Kcng Kok arc affiliated wilh (he Swiss Brethren Mission under the auspices ol Operation Brotherhood, a consolidated Protestant organization. ...A PAIR WORTH SEEING AT APPUANCE-7V CENTRE 812 4th AVE. 5, PHONE 32B-U73 Bill Oracle B representatives: Ran dy Prctc, Ivan Singer, Dean; Nisb. II I NO DOWN PAYMENT UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY Free delivery anywhere in Southern Alberta Grain in Irttcta ;