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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuoiday, April 17, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 35 Protected Bird The bald eagle and the peregrine falcon are two of the protected species in the United States and Canada. The United States Endangered Species Act, is probably fhe most progressive unilateral legislation in the world for the protection of wildlife. Snappy happy fashion shoes SIMPSONS bears look Mom' We've scooped super new shoes from Canada's leading shoe manufacturer. We can't tell you the name, but youll recognize the quality leathers and the famous deswns Up-Jo-5he minute that the 3ove to wear, plus good design So accomodale their feel through the important growing So hurry on down to Simpsons-Sears today or phone. leather 3-eyelet tie with vomp. Thick foam sole. heel. Ten. leather 5-eyelct tie Modrcs unit sole, fret-l. Ton, Brown. Not exoet'y os Illustrated'. loce-up 2 lone leather fie. Tbiclc foam heel. Novy patent ond White. STORE HOURS: Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Moll, Telephone 328-9231 Canadian peace victim buried with full honors QUEBEC (CP) The body of Capt. Charles Eugene Lav- iolette killed When the helicop- ter he was travelling m was shot down in Vietnam, was bur- ied in a bare, windswept ceme- tery here Saturday after a full military funeral. More than people lined the route of the funeral cortege and swarmed over the square in front of Ste. Monique Church in the Les Saules district of the city where the funeral service was held. Thep recession, made up of 175 members of the 12e Regi- ment Blinde du Canada and di- rected by Capt. P. Robert Bova of Ottawa, marched slowly along the quarter-mile route as the Royal 22nd Regimental Band played funeral marches by Chopin and Beethoven. The coffin, high atop a gun carriage, bore Capt. Lavio- lette's cap and dress sword and was draped in a Canadian flag whipped by the chill wind. The gun carriage, following two military vehicles bearing flowers, was drawn by a Ferret scout car driven by Sgt. J. R. Riendeau, Capt Laviolette's personal driver when he com- manded a troop of 12e Regi- ment Blinde. A guard of honor carried the coffin up the steps of the church where Maurice Cardinal Roy, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Quebec, waited. Capt. Laviolette's widow, Ed- ith, followed, gripping the arm of a military escort and glan- ing frequently at her nine-year- old daughter Sandra. GENERALS ATTEND Following the family were Defence Minister James Rich- ardson, Major-General Roland Reid, Director of Operations (land) who represented Gen. Jacques Dextr'aze, military chief of Staff, Gen. J. V. AUard Brig.-Gen. Robert Ber- ube, Mobile Command Head- quarters, St. Hubert, and Brig Gen. Jean Jacques Paradis, Commander Fifth Combat Group, Valcartier. Representatives from the ex- ternal affairs department and Bohdan Piafkowsky, Polish con- sul-general, also attended. Capt. Laviolette was a mem- ber of the Canadian contingent serving with the International Commission for Control and Su- pervision ICSS when his heli- copter was shot down April 7. Poland is also a member of the commission. Also attending the funeral service was, maic Gayer, a Ca- nadian agronomist who was a prisoner in North Vietnam. "It's very but I was not surprised when I heard that a commission helicopter had been shot Mr. Ca- yer said in an interview. "It's difficult to say how much good a supervisory force can he said. "Those people will just keep on fighting any- way Mr. Cayer was serving with International Voluntary Serv- ices when he was captured in February, 1968. In his address during the fu- neral service, Cardinal Roy said Canada can be proud of its armed forces "who have gone to Vietnam not to spill their blood but to co-operate, witb no other force than that of right, to bring peace. 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