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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Cyclist killed GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Dean Spelren, 5, killed when he was hit by a car while riding a bicycle near the downtown section. He was the ton cf Mr. and Mrb Barry Speh en JDeaths, veils, PUBUC NOTICES NOTICE ans, k rtf L J the Canadian Cancer Society, i arrangements Jchn Pemc. L-wrenze Merkl, Jchn Tamtom and frank Kil- iinger Active pallbearers ere Mike Sslcarc, Ji Jca Sekura. Frank Sitter Sr, Fred and Frank Merkl and John Tam- tom, Jr., Interment was m the Teber Memorial Garden. Hum- phries Fu-eral Home Ltd., Taber. Directors of Ftr.eral i Service, was in charge of tha Indians threaten to secede DIXON, Mont. (AP) Sev- eral Kcotenai members of the Confederated Salish Kootenai tribes have threatened the tri- bal council that they will se- cede if their demands for more rights are not met. Councilman Pat Left Hand demanded the confederation ei- ther revise the tribal constitu- tion to give the Kootenai mi- nority more rights or secession from the confederation might result The Salish and Kootenais have a joint tribal government on the Flathead Indian Reser- vation in western Montana. The Kcotenai faction, among other things, wants a reapprai- sal of the qualification of blood percentages in determining in- dividual fund allotments. Ont. residents flee floods By THE CANADIAN PRESS j water surrounded homes im- Ontarians forced to abandon their homes to the ravages of wind and water an estimat- ed in the Windsor area alone soared to the 2.000 mark today after wildly gust- ing easterly winds pounded the shores cf Lakes Erie and On- tario with walls cf water that flooded thousand of acres of farm lar.d. Hardest hit v.ere the lower Detroit River, the north shore of Lake Erie and the western end of Lake Ontario where winds reached 50 miles an hour. Some lakeshore hamlets were totally deserted The winds began a westerly shift today but hundreds of fam- ilies did not return to their Interest rate hike defended mediately There were requests from some western Ontario town- ships for the use of troops in flood control, and in the legis- lature Liberal Richard Ruston of Essex-Kent asked that the province be dcclaied a major chaster area so that federal aid could Ire provided. Additional hundreds of fam- ilies were fleeing the rising wa- ter on the United Stales' side of the Great Lakes, particularly along the west and southwest shores of Lake Erie A large gap between the amount of water entering ar.d leaving the lower Geat Lakes, was expected to produce record high lake levels and make the area even more vulnerable to high winds. Environment Canada said chances uere that the lake i would exceed its record high of 248 34 feet above sea level, set i in June, 1952 409 Canada Trust Bldg Letn- biidge MARTIN BROS LTD i cf Funeral Sendee. will follow J. ths fenily plot, luce Milk River Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at the Church frcm 1pm until ser- VONKEMAN Passsd away sudderly at the residence on Saturday, April 7. 1973, Mr Al- bartus ''Aba" Vonkeman at the age of 39 years, beloved son of Mr and Mrs Albertus Vonke- man cf Iron Springs Besides his loving parents he is sur- vived by four sisters. Mrs. L (Evelyn) Tolsnna of Le'.h- bridge. Mrs P (Ahca) Schuld oi Iron Springs, Mrs C (Ina) Brouwear of Picture Butte, Mrs F (Mary) Venhuis of Brooks: four brothers. Mr. Bill Vonkeman in Holland. Mr. Hank Vonkeman of Red Deer Mr. Andy Vonkeman and j Vonkeman, both of Iron j Directors of the Funeral jsr- springs The funeral sendee OF THANKS CHOU' We vish to thank all our frierds and relatives for the concern they expressed to us thraugh cards, flowers, and our recent ber- eavement Tony Chow, Jack. Xelbe, Elaine and Pauline 2S2 bridge. MARTIN BROS LTD., C8628 GOGOLLNSKI We are deep- ly grateful to cur relatives. frisnds fcr ths many acts of kindness shown during our recant bereavement. We especially wish to thank Pastor Gerry Ktrst, ".d Mr. D. Madill of Drcsssr Industries Inc.. and Mrs Barrey Gcgo- Imrki. Manlynn, Tess and By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Finance Minister Jchn Turrer came under heavy frre in the commons from the opposition Monday for allowing ths Bank of Canada ts bcost the bank rate but defended the move as ''expansionary.'' year. The total loans of the Ca-1 nsdian banking system in-1 creased at an annual rate of 25 per cent Their total major as- sets decreased at an annual rate of 19 per cert Mortgages I increased at an annual rats of! 34 per cent and privately hsld i j nvney increased at an annual i Pattern Phillip 218 vice LTD Service. time. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by ths undersigned up to 11 o'clock A M on Monday. May 30th, 1973, fcr rne ccnstructi-n of the following work- High 16A M c? Jet Kwy. 14X 1o Clover Bsr No-'h Bound Lane Mile 7.65 to Mila Bound Lane Mile 776 to le 3 57 and Mile 0 03 Jo Mile 0 38 and Asphaltic Concrete Base Pavement and Other Work Approximate Quantities Cubic Yards cf Excavation (30X1 Tons c4 Asphsf'ic concrete T-CTI of Contractor's choice) KGTE Tms tender m-iudes a design p-3pcsal for a vehicle underpass struc- ture whicn must te submitted to the Deparlrrent fo' approval seven days pr.c- to f'e tender clcsir.g Contract and specifications may te ootsired the office of the Chief Con- Eng neer. Highways Build- ing, Eamcntcn, Aita., the of'ice of tne District Engi-eer, 1707 Sixth S'reet N w Calgary, Algeria, and In? office of trs District Enomeer, Administra- t.on Building. Lefhtridge, Alberta, and ill te available only to ind siersd 2nd operating m the Prov- ince cf Algeria, or to partnerships or registered and operatina m and uho have established a fixed place cf business in the Province ol A dnoosit of Twenty Five Del sr; payable to ths Pro- Trsasjrer, w.ll required fcr co-v of Ccntract and Speci'i- c3'ions Eacn bid must be ac- con-ormrf by a imrked cheate or equal ts I0r'o c! Tender. Tenders te coer.ed m puti c TUB lowest when the truck hz ras driv- (TEXSEN SALMON FUNERAL w Tender rot necessarily ac-1 cesied j V t McCUNE. DEPUTY MINISTE" OF _ T Rodenck was bcrn in Leth- Reene. pass- ed away suddenly in Raymond on Saturday, April 7th, 1973 at the aga cf 42 years, beloved C8629 I husband cf Jo Ann Kindt of Raymond. Mr Kindt was born in Louisville. Ontario on Jan- uary 20th, 1931. He moved to Raymond in 1935 where he re- ceived his education. He mar- ried Jo Ann Polderman on Au- gust 23, 1952 in Raymond. He owned and operated Willy's TV. ar.d Radio Repairs at the tuns of his passing Left to mc-urn his passing besides his loving wife, Jo Ann, are two sons. Monte and Rodney; two daughters, Julie and Janie, all at home and three brothers, Bsn. George and Roy. all of Raymond He was predeceased by one son, Stephan Reene in October 1971. Funeral services will be held in the Rajmond Second Ward LJ5.S. Chapel on vill be held on Thursday at 2 j I would like to p m. la tha Christian Reformed Church at Iron Springs, Rev. Homer SampionijS offi- Wednesday, p.m., with April lllh at 2 Bishop G e o rge j Bohr.e officiating Interment (will follow in the Temple Hill GOGOLINSKI R oderick Cemetery Friends may meet Stsntor Gogoiinski of Onon, 21 j the family and pay their res- the CHRIS- 3 ears of age. was killed instant-! pects frcm 1pm prior to ly on Tuesday. March 27, 1373 sen-ice at tfe church CHI ing rolled over on a road 37 I HOME LTD. Directors of Fu- MIGHV.'AYS AND TRANSPORT miles northwest cf Slave Lake, ireral Service. C8595 thank the skill o: mj doctor ar.d ths acc.crs of the Hunt ciating. Interment will follo.v Clinic, also the nurses and staff msm st Michael's in _the Iron Scrmgs Cemetery Hospital for theu- kindness and Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St N phone 338-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors cf Funeral Service C8600 bridge January 3. 1952. He S3-1 LEWIS Passed away sud- cured his in Many-Jdenly in the city on Monday, 1 berriss and completed high} April 9. 1973. Jlrs. Cathenue j Bnxch. Directors of Sen-ices. WILSON Tussday, April 9, 1973, Mrs. Margaret Wilson, aged 88 years, Claresholm. wi- dow of late Charles 0. Wilson, passed away following a brief illness. Mrs. Wilson is survived by tlirea brothers, Tom and David McKee, Caresholm and Joseph in Northern Ireland; also by several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband March 2S, 1973 aad also by five brothers. Bom at Kells, Northern Ireland she came to Canada in 1920 to Ciareshclm, she has re- sided since. Mrs. Wilson was a member of the Church of the Nazarene and Darcas Socic.y cf the Church Services at the Church cf the Nazarene. Clares helm. Wednesday p.m, with Rev. Russell M., Qaaiuz of- Interment Claresholin Cemetery. If desired in lieu of flowers, donations may bs made to the Church of the Nsz- arene, Claresholm, Building Fund. LEYDEX'S FUXERAL i HO.MES LTD.. CiareshoL-n patience; also all m> fnends, neighbors and relatives of Fore- most and district for their gifts, cards and flowers. Thar hhoughtfujsess will ever be re- membered. Calhoun C3G15 IN MEMORIAM DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN REGION CS625 school at Edmonton Ham- Air.- j Lewis at the age of 87 years lay High School. He briefly at- jof the Blue Sky "Lodge, bskned tended Lethbridge Community vife of the late Sir. William College where he took an agn- Edgar Lewis. Bern, raised and culture ccurse. He has been em- 1 educated in Wa'es. the late ployed by the Eshimo Division iJZrs. Law is cams to Canada inJFieetwocd McLean at the age cf Dresser Indostris Inc for the i 1913 and settled in Lethbridge. j of 59 years bs- McLEAN .Passed suddenly in the city ca Friday. April 6th. 1973, air. Gordon TENDER past four months His duties ith the company included op- a 22-ton unit whiei- is Sha employed at the Vet- j i research station her husband's rearement loved husband of M r s. Cleo Sic- 1S23 15th Avenue S i used in the process of iractur- ard res.ded unhl 1 Born, raised end cducetcd passed Apnl 10. 1934. You con only have cnc father, patient, kind and true. No clher friend in all the wcrid. will be so true to yoj Xo or-e kr.ov.s my long.ngs, as I v.nte these simple Fcr my father's love and 1hst are no roira my Oppcrsition spokesmen were alarmed that the central bank's v eskecd move raising ths bank j rate by one half per cent ws aimed at curbing inflation and "restrictkmisi" in its impact on tlie economy. David Lewis, New Demo- cratic Party leader, closely questioned the finance minister about the bank's move. He said he baped Mr. Turner did not ac- cept the "gobbledegood" in the statement issued by the Bank of Canada Governor Ger.dd Bouey. "The governor sajs on the one hand that he is going to have an expansionary policy and on the other hand does something that prevents an ex- pansionary said Mr. Lewis. i Marcel Lambert monton West) asked the min's- ter tow he could reconcile a step" such as raising the bank rate with, his claims of' an expansionary budget and eeonopay. Mr. Turner said he was in- formed by the governor of the bank's intention to raise the bank rate. The governor had kept him fully toformed. Tbs gaxernor he pointed cut has the da j-to-day responsibility over the monetary policy. am satisfied with the banks' action. The bank re- mains firmly committed to maintaining rates of monetary growth high enough to suoport a strong expansion of Canadian output and said Mr. Turner. Mr. Lewis painted out that under the Bank of Canada act rste of 17 psr cent Pnltprn the finance minister has the au- thority to disagree with the gov- ernor of the bank. When Mr. Turner disagreed with the governor he has the authority to give the governor a written directive as to what the policy should be, said Mr. Lewis. He asked if the finance minister bad approved the in- crease in the interest rates. He recited for the opposition the rate of expansion with re- spect to the monetary policy fcr the first three months of the LOOK FRESH a en when you re beginning to feel a bit vilteJ in this slenderizing skim. I Wide-width knits enable to sew it for little money 1 Printed Pattern 4790: Win admiring glances when you go places in cozy capes! Twin capes fcr mom-daugh- ter or big and little sisters! Crochet with worsted in shell stitch, frame shell with 2nd color. Pattern 7086 2-12: 10-20 mcl child's NEW Half Sizes 10'2, Size 14J-2 (bust 37) takes yards 45-inc'n. SEVEXTY FIVE CENT.S in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for j print plainly SIZE. NAME, each pattern cash, cheque f ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER. or money order. Add 15 cents Send order to ANNE ADAMS, each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME. ADDRESS. THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD 60 Front Street West Toronto 1. Ontsnr- Readers Mail Limited care of ANNE ADAMS. 60 Front St. W.. Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. YOUR'NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of tho Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The He VV3S ,-M f TajO-r end i pllWlC ij3C in {-cans, uid dia c by cno son. Mr Richard JCajadinn Legion Lewis of Lcthbridge; four r- "9 Sr 1 on. irt.' 3 nay tc H HI n; rac- gpoe i ii.g for v.hich hs a Imphy daug.ilcrs. Sirs R lEira) i is sun avcd by his 1-anison o" Mrs. R. parents. and Mrs. Barney (liana) Pcllccfe. r.sfacl. c.r Orion one brot'.v California. Mrs L 'Olwcn) iPrclacr cf Mrs cr. Phillip a. ha-ne; ss.crs. of Winrupis W. X. Nil? o" (SSrs. LowcJJ of (Vionnc) Lvmburrcr of Ed- (two srid one hro'h- r-? c'r "cm dated Canadian Assoc. his lovnj; w je. h: is by two tcrs. Mrs, D L (Carohru dc- c- ft rtr' 4it -1 amcrjnl, orvatlc '.T "v s'ecT-tr Gcnfc! of vtilch b" rcdsem vpon Ihe plant and m rrrler vulhm one n-iDnjs tla'rd "ntn ,rr fd --nsi m V llh l be and isughier and grand- cl fr'rcn Lcisnd. Mark and 235 Bao remains 12 grardchiKfaxsi and Scpl sles. Quebec, and of Edmonlm i-c'cn grcal-grandchildren. jcrxioes held lUincral sen ice wi31 bs held Fndav, Maroii 39. J973 il 3 Vtcdnesda> al I pm m Marian pro in Chnslcnson CieprJ. TRADIT30XAL CHAPKL Lethbridge. witti Pastor Gerry D follcncd in Mountain Pallbearers. Blake Pc-ar- of Hajs. Xr-tor Twif" O1APEL. t-f. "Mr Donald G McLean of funeral sm.cr be on pm in M-rtn THADI- CHAPKL. 3rd .Vc- riK S. Rei Daic building In of ain p.iy B IT r r.C Ird S. vtfn Rsv. D. Tirliti? in Ibc fa Tilly f lal, I ]fri i Jiounlam i o w Ccrrv.frv. I oler> may pay ihcjr respects ,-j Hartm" Bro- TKA- DITIOXAL ni S12 V-d ic .'XJS-2363 MAK- A1 onrp S. rtiDrc rX Lt and BKOS LTii. nircclori of WRTIX BROS Hirrc- -3im Gopolmski of Onon i> Funeral Scrwc. of Funeral Set crA in jirTlhfa'.cni Albcria appear TTCMT-C i i rro i-fhrol con- rvc ii i ill pV.ce in 1hp near Friwaljon MiniT'cr 1 in the MfHRflNJO 3rd Anniversary WORLD OF SHOES FINAL 4 DAYS Sale Ends Sat. April 14 Off Ail Shoes end Handbags 10% 2 RACKS OF IADTES' Shoes and Sandals Broken size range Your Choice, pair g.ss ONE RACK OF Men's Shoes You re invited for a party Drop 'n enjoy a piece of birthday coke. You could be o winner. IF YOU FIND I C Buy a po.r of Shoes 20 Otl 5f N ftll Bvy a pair cf Shoes Iwt BUy o pair of o Free Parr of Shoes You may be lucky Come in WORLD OF SHOES 317A STREET DOWNTOWN Open Thursday till 9 p.m. (APRIL 8 TO APP.'l 14th) By Official Proclamation City of lethbridge J C. BARNES Deputy Mayor Chamber of Commerce oil lo lend tSeir oclive Mpport end co-opt ration in making 'hit obietvonce twccctjful in every way ;