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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3ill Davidson and Les Doad interment was in Mounlai View Cemetery. Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Se vice, was in charge of the ar rangcments. FILLING Funeral service for Mrs. Jane Mary-Louise Pilling, beloved wife of Conrad C. Pilling of 2202 8th Ave A S. who died in the city Monday, April 17, 1972, was held at p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. By VICTOR MACKIK Herald Ottawa lliireau OTTAWA Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau told the Com- mons Monday that he has dis- cussed with his ministers con- cerned the need for reviewing Canada's position on Ihe stalled trade lalks with the United States. Following the decision reached in Ottawa earlier this montli in his talks with Presi- dent Richard Nixon the prime minister said it was his under- standing that American officials are also reviewing the situation. Mr. Trudeau and Mr. ivixon discussed Canada-U.S. trade problems and agreed there was a need to get the negotiations ir motion again. Both sides agrect lo review their respective posi lions with a view to resuming negotiations if possible." Opposition members howeve in tils house Monday challenge; tiie suggestion that the iinpass in the trade talks were undo review by officials in Washing ton. off icials in Washington, lie sked if this was not just an ssumption by Mr. Trudeau. said Mr. Trudeau. "11 more Ihan an assumption. Of oursc when 1 said 'officials' I id not mention the level of oifi- lals to which I was referring. 1 0 know there has been commu- ication between the president nd his highest advisers on this natter." Opposition Leader Robert tanfield Ijcgan the questioning 1 the house by enquiring if the Canadian government has been n touch wilh the U.S. govern- ment or its officials lo ascertain o what extent, if any, the U.S. s prepared lo modify its posi- lion in the trade talks. Mr. Trudeau said thai at this stage both governments arc still ollowing up the decision lo re- view their positions made by liimself and Mr. Nixon. Asked if the discussions had readied the point where meet- ings are being arranged be- tween Canada and the U.S. at Vorkers, went 26. strike Feb. INSECT DISH Dried calerpillars are re- garded as gourmet food in the African country of Zambia. They pointed co reports out o Washington which staled treasury officials have tabled tiie matter. New Democratic Par Leader David Lewis asked the prime minister to say if he had "any actual evidence that dis- cussions are going on" among held and negotiations snid Mr. Trudcau. Mr. Ijewis risked if any dm sion hail ticen tnade for Canada to make further concessions and whether the Americans have agreed to make concessions. Mr. Trudeau said he had no way of knowing what point hi been reached in Washington in Ihe U.S. officials' review of the trade positions. He said there was no advantage to Canada in saying tiiat the Canadian ernment is prepared to make any modifications to its ti idc package. any level Mr. Trudeau said he would remind the house that there was no agreement be- tween the president and the prime minister that there neces- sadly would be meetings. "The agreement was thai each side would look at its package, its propositions with a view to seeing if each side thought the meetings could be Paul Rfitri'c kin dies, 71 FALMOUTH, Mass. (API Jaul Revere, 74, of West I a! mouth, great-great grandson o[ he Revolutionary patriot of Hie same name, died here. Born in Glace Bay, N.S.. lie was a retired investment bro- ker and a director of Revere Copper and Brass Co., founded in 1801 by the first Revere. He retired in 1863, alter be- ing associated for 45 years with the investment firm of Kidder, Peabody and Co. Revere leaves a son, Paul Jr., and two sisters. NO TINKER TOY This funny looking concoction of metal and wires might not replace Ihe limbs, of ihc like! of actress Raquel Welch, but can perform such feots as bending from the knees, hips, and ankles while carrying o 60-pound load. Developed by a Japanese professor and operated by oil pressure cylinders, this creation can bs filled to a robot. Buck Rogers where are you? (AP Wire- _________ CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. Phone Memorial Chapel, 703 13lh St. 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1S22 CALDWELL Earl Vaughn, passed away in Calgary on Sunday, April 23, 1972, at the age of 74 years, beloved hus- band of Ihe lale .lennette Le- onore Caldwell of Ilillspring. He is survived hy one son, John of Red Deer; three daughters, Mrs. Raymond (Nora) Beynon of Red Deer, Mrs. Alfred (Bertha) Meyers of Calgary, Mrs. Robert (Ear- lean) Paulette of Hillspring; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He predeceased by his wife, Leo- nore in 1965 and by a grand daughter, Robin Beynon in 1968. Funeral services will be held in the Hillspring LDS Chapel on Wednesday, Apri 26th, 1972, at 2 p.m., with Dish op Sheldon Wyniler officiating Interment will follow in th Cardslon Cemetery. CHRIS TENSEN SALMON FONERAI HOME LTD., Directors of Fu neral Service. C1520 STEPIIANEK John, pass- ed away in the city after a lengthy illness on Sunday, April 23, 1972, at the age of 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Maria Stephanek of Czechoslo- vakia. He was born in Czecho- slovakia on December M, 1897 and has lived the past forty- odd years in Canada most of which were spent in Alberta, around the Lethbridge district. He is survived by his wife anil two sons all of whom are in the old country. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Loth- bridge Auxiliary Hospital Chap- el on Thursday. April 27th, at 2 p.m., with Father Bruce Ficli officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Mount Calvary Sec- tion of the Mountain View Cein ctery. Prayers will be said Ihe lAtlihridgc Auxiliary lies with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Jlliott officiating. Pallbearers vere John and Robert Vargo, Doug Fleming, Pat Howe, Den- ris Dalquist and Al Willis. Hon- rary pallbearers were George Duff, Jolui Magnusson, E. Sparky) Berglhorson, Jim Smith and Fred Wealherup. Jn- crment was in Ihe family plot Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- ors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SIMPSONS-SEARS INGIIAM Funeral service For John Orra Ingham, be- loved husband of Mrs. Lillie May Ingham of 710 6th Ave. S. who died in the city Monday, April 17, 1972, after a long ill- ness at the age of 88 years, was held at p.m. Thurs- day in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Pallbearers were S. J. Macdon- ald, William Anderson, S. Jack- son, E. S. Vaselenak, F. Beck and C. F. Goodall. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- in Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of he arrangements. pital Chapel ve ning nt Wednesday p.m. CIIRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., arc I'unera] Service. Directors of C1521 F'UKUDA Sunday. April 23, 1972, Raymond Minoru, age 46 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Frances Fukudn of Patricia, AHa. Also surviving arc two daughters, Palsy ami Janet Fukuda, Palricia; six sons, Guy, Wes, Warren, Phil, Brent MORI Funeral service o r Pamela Kim, beloved daughter of Joe Kiyoshi Marion Mori of 2503 19th S. who died at Calgary Friday, April 21, 1972, at the age of two years, was held at 8 p.m. Sun- day, April 23. 1972, in the Leth- bridge Honpa Buddhist Church with Rev. Leslie Kawamura officiating. Pallbearers wero Spud and Roy Kitagawa, Shig Nakagawa and Roger Taniwa. Intermenl was in the Japanese section of the Mountain View j Cemetery. Christensen Salmon 1 Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in i charge of the arrangements. TYO Funeral service (or Donald Tyo, Rcllaw resident who died Friday, April 21, al Ihe age of 80 years, was held at p.m. Monday, April j 24, 1972, in Humphries Funeral Chapel. Tabcr, wilh Rev. Ken- neth Morris officiating. Pall- hearers were Gerald Culver, Robert Bcglaw, Cliff and Gor- lon Tolton, Dale Dunn and farvey Gier, Interment was in he Tabor Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Ta- >er, Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- BATTERY GUARANTEE Freo replacement within 90 days of pur chase jf proves defective. Afte 90 days, rcplaca ttio baliery, if defective and ch.irga you cnV (or lha of ownc-iship, bns'tdon cur- rent ptJco less trade-in at tho time oE return, pioiatedover number of months High Voltage has on extra-sfrorg polypropylene case. It s o lot tougher, yel thinner than rubber case bolterlos. The thinner case ows more and bigger plates and more acid. Result? Mare er! Complete free Replacement if it fails in firsl year of service. Tractor Batteries Specially made heavy July tractor farm halteries. 36 Monlh Guarantee, Vibra- tion proof plates. Expand- able shake-proof separa- tors. 6-volt. Reg, S18.98 12-volt. 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