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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Wednesday, April 25, 1973 Jjirths, 4-unerals, Jnanns ecame one of Britain's top eading ladies, playing every- hing from Shakespeare to co- medies on the stage and in movies. Her first husband, Robin Ir- vine, died in Bermuda in 1933. She married Livesey in New fork four years later. Two recaptured at Montreal MONTREAL (CP) Two of hree convicts who escaped Sun- lay night from Leclerc Institute n nearby Laval were captured by police early today. Rene Filion, 25, serving a life sentence for murder, and John Blackburn, 21, serving two pears for parole violations, were captured in the city's east end. A police spokesman said the wo men were in a car which was sloped at an intersection wbsn officers in a patrol car no- ticed them. Louis Garneau, 25, who also escaped Sunday night from the medium-security prison, is still t large. Serving 18 years for a series of robberies, police say x is considered dangerous. ARMS BUDGET UP CAPE TOWN, South Afnca AP> The government has udgetod million for dc- ence in 1973, million more han last year. FUNERAL WATSON Funeral service for Leo William Watson, belov- ed husband of Mrs Gladys Wat- son of 222 Eagle Ridge Drive, Calgary, who died at the re-i- dence Saturday, April 14, 1973, after a brief illness at the age or 71 years, was held at 3 p m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N, with Pastor Paul Bortnem officiating. Pallbearers were Harry and Ed Patching, Del- bert Thompson, Waldo McFall, George Robinson and Paul Wesley. Honorary pallbearers were Jimmy Cooper, Charles Swanson, Paul Fetter, Milton Eckstrand, Sam Robinson and L. Brower. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS ZEITH In loving memory of a deai- mother and grand- mother, Elizabeth who passed away April 24, 1971 Precious forever are mem- ories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through missed by Richard and Iris O'Brien and boys. 1210 BALL In loving memory of Helen, who passed away April 25, 1968. Absence cannot take away, What to the heart is dear, You are still mine in thought and love, With every passing year. remembered by son, David. 1211 U.S. trains Cambodians WASHINGTON (CP) About 300 Cambodian military person- nel and a number of Lao- tians are being trained by the United States in Thailand to fly and maintain cargo and fighter planes and armed helicopters, the U S. state department said Tuesday. The planes being used are C- 123 cargo craft, AU-24 armed helicopters, and T-28 trainers, which can be used as fighters. Officials said they do not know how many Laotians are in- volved Among the techniques being taught are logistics and radar, the officials said. Meanwhile, the U S. has ac- cused Hanoi of being the main obstacle to peace in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, and laid at its feet the responsibility for scores of violations of the three- month-old Vietnam ceasefire. In a 29-point rebuttal of North Vietnamese and Viet Cong charges of violations by the U S. and South Vietnam, a state department note accused Hanoi Tuesday of inexcusable viola- tions of the agreement groundless, calling them "an ill- disguised attempt to divert attention away from its own nu- merous and extremely serious violations of the ceasefire." Among charges by the state department is that North Viet- nam has infiltrated more than troops, 400 tanks, and 300 artillery pieces into South Viet- nam and that its agents have continued such acts of terror- ism as assassinations and kid- nappings. In other developments, the South Vietnamese high com- mand reported a surge of mili- tary activity in Binh Dinh prov- ince, a traditional Viet Cong area on the central coast. Intelligence reports reaching Saigon indicated the Viet Cong might try a series of co-ordi- nated assaults against key gov- ernment positions in the area to coincide with International La- bor Day on May 1, and Ho Chi Minh's birthday May 19 A command spokesman said 42 Communist soldiers were killed in three unsuccessful day- light assaults against govern- It rejected Hanoi's charges as ment infantry positions close to Hoai An town in northern Binh Dinh. Government casualties were listed as two soldiers killed and five wounded, the spokesman said. West of Saigon, Communist gunners fired a long-range So- viet-built rocket into Hong Ngu town, forward command post for the government's clearing operation along the west bank of the Mekong River. The missile killed four civil- ians, wounded six others and destroyed three houses. Black Diamond man killed MILLARVILLE (CP) John Lawrence Mitchell, 40, of Black Diamond, Alta., was killed yes- terday in an industrial accident near this community 40 miles scuthwset of Calgary. RCMP said the accident oc- curred when Mr. Mitchell was working on the moior of his ciawler-type tractor. Dial-a-bus system seen A plan dial-a-bus CALGARY (CP) to provide a trial system by the autumn is to be considered by city council this summer. City transportation director Bill Kuyt said the dial-a-bus would serve two areas of the city, one at either end of the current bus express system. The dial-a-bus would feed into the express system. Personnel from Calgary are to visit Regina, one of the first places where dial-a-bus was tried, to study the system's op- eration. With dial-a-bus, a commuter can be picked up at his home by the bus for a slight extra charge. Mr Kuyt said the proposal for the system in Calgary would likely go to council in July. TAX AMNESTY MANILA (AP) The Philip- pine government says a de-- clared amnesty for tax cheaters should increase revenue by about million in 1973. UNT PIC-UP REFILLS of 2 TERRY TEA TOWELS Asst colours. 3 for IRONING BOARD iPAD and COVER SKIRT HANGERS Set of 3. LIGHT BULBS watt. PAINT BY NUMBER SETS COTTON HALF APRONS PKG. OF 6 DISHCLOTHS YOUTH'S HOSE trelth nylon. LOWNEY'S 14 OZ. CHERRIES 'MEN'S DRESS HOSE Stretch Nylon. KING ASSORTMENT I TROUSER HANGERS Set of! fOAM RUBBER MAT OVEN MITTS Tern; HAND! SIZE ENVELOPES COTTON TERRY BATH TOWEL PLAYING CARDS ;Plastic Coated. MONOFOAM PILLOW Cotton cover. SWEEP BROOM Magnetir K mart NOTE PAPER 180 Sheet Pad 4 PADS TRANSISTOR BATTE- RIES AA size. 4 on a art SHREDDED FOAM PLASTIC lib. bag. KITCHEN GARBAGE BAGS 40 in bag SPRING JEWELLERY CARD 2 EVEREADY JBATTERIES2CARDS KmartSPRAY STARCH 20 oz. 2 For LETTER CADDY Plastic PXG. OF 4 PLACE MATS PLASTIC GARBAGE BAGS LADIES" COLOURED BRIEFS 4 ...ftftli ROUND BOWL BRUSH HOLDER VACUUM BOTTLE DISH DRAINER t TRAY holder. TERRY BATH TOWEL Solid colours. FACE CLOTHS Bundle of 12. 41 VUE CLOSING VINYL TEX BILLFOLD Colors of Bloclc, Ten, Red and Bone. PNEUMATIC HAIR BRUSH DOUBLE FACE MIRROR WITH CERAMIC STAND GIRL'S PRINTED ARNEl BIKINI BRIEFS Sizes 2J BEIGE TONE PANTY HOSE Sizes SmoH, Medium, long end Extra long 2 for LADIES' PiAIN TERRYCIOTH SCUFFIES With foam rubber soles. LADIES' PRINTED VINYL SHOPPING BAGS 2OOC I for Open Daily 9 am, to 6 p.m. Thursday Friday 9 am to 9 p-m: DO YOU KNOW THE CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION COULD START THE FOLLOWING WITH YOUR CONTRIBUTION Family core programs to help families of patients to understand and to assist in the patents recovery. Schooi programs to help teachers identify early signs of mental illness. Worry dinks to help husbands and wives and families cope with the problems of mental illness. Full-time rehabilitation centre in- stead of our present day-and-a- half-o-week program. Craft program with better facilit- ies, belter projects, belter and more diversified equipment. A massive program to keep the mentally healthy, tally healthy. ;