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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 DEATHS DYER Passed away at Bow Island, Friday, August 23rd, 1974, Jack of Burdett, beloved husband of Mrs. Dorothy Dyer of Burdett. Funeral service arrangements will be an- nounced when completed'. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements. C1317 MILLWARD Passed away suddenly in the city on Thursday, August 22nd, 1974 Mrs. Margaret (Isabella) (Tunnah) Millward at the age of 34 years of 1417 9th Ave. S. Born in Fort Macleod, raised and educated in Lethbridge, the late Mrs. Millward has resided in the city all her life She was a member of the Labor Club, Loyal Order of Moose, Pensioners Club, Miners Library, and Home League Salvation Army She is survived by two sons, Gary and Donald Burnett of Lethbridge; her mother, Mrs Marguerite Tunnah of Lethbridge; half sister, Mrs. Barbara Carrie of Vancouver. B C.; two brothers, Mr. John Tunnah and Mr William Tun- nah, both of Lethbridge The funeral service will be held at 3 00 p m on Saturday. August 24th, 1974. in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St N with Major Thelma M. Corney officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD.. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service Phone 328-2361 C1319 DEATHS DAIGLE Passed away at Taber on Wednesday, Aug. 21st, 1974, Matilda (Tillie) at the age of 82 years of Taber and formerly of Retlaw area. Funeral services will be con- ducted from St. Augustine's R C. Church in Taber on Saturday, August 24th at 10 a.m., with Rev Father Don O'Dwyer Celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD Taber, in charge of arrangements. C1318 SHERWOOD August 21st, 1974, Katherine Louise, aged 14 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E Sherwood of 2202 25 Avenue N.W. Calgary. She is also survived by two brothers, Kenneth and Ward and a sister. Diane, all at home; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sabey, Calgary, her paternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Sherwood, Bellingham, Washington and her paternal great-grandmother, Mrs Violet Tanner, Mesa, Ari- zona. Services at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2b26 24 Avenue N.W. Calgary on Saturday at 1.00 p.m.. Bishop Richard B. Vance of the Bow Valley Ward officiating. Interment Rockyview Garden of Peace. THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral 540 16 Avenue N W Calgary, Directors. C1315 DEATHS YOUNG Passed away in the city on Friday, August 23rd, 1974, Mr. Charles Edward Young at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Laurena Young of 1910 20th St. S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C1320 TAPP In the Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, B.C. on Tuesday, August 20, 1974, Mr. George A. Tapp aged 87 years, resident in Vic- toria for 24 years, formerly of Calgary and Lethbridge where he was employed with the C P.R. He is survived by his wife Winifred; daughter, Mrs H. D. (Kathleen) Miller of Victoria, two sons, George M. Tapp of Vancouver and Clare Tapp of Peterborough, Ontario, 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mass in St. Patrick's Church, Victoria, B.C. on Friday, August 23 (today) at 1.00p.m. with Monsignor M T. O'Connell Celebrant. Inter- ment at Royal Oak Burial Park (Flowers gratefully McCALL BROS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Victoria in charge of arrangements 324 REALLY A SHEEP The musk ox, despite its re- semblance to a black Angus steer, is not really an ox but a member of the sheep-goat family CMA decision opposed on abortion measures TORONTO (CP) A Toronto doctor said Thursday that statements supporting liberalized abortion laws made by members of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) at its 1974 annual meeting represent anything but the feeling of most as- sociation members Dr Heather Morris, past- president of the anti-abortion Alliance for Life of Canada, said most members of the CMA's committee making recommendations on abortion made "pseudo-scientific pleas for their own private stands" rather than scientific presentations She said the "totally selected panel" was allowed to speak as if statements sup- porting liberalized abortion represented a unanimous stand by the CMA Dr. Morris made the com- ments at a news conference called to announce that Canadian doctors have joined with an international federa- tion of doctors seeking to pre- vent "voluntary destruction of human life by medical tech- nology." She said the federation was formed in May, 1974, by doc- tors from 18 countries to "show by a clear and united voice that sane, rational doc- tors throughout the world ab- solutely reject such measures" as abortion and eu- thanasia Such population control measures now are being con- sidered by the United Nations World Population Conference meeting in Bucharest, Romania, she said. Terming these measures a "somewhat simplistic at- titude to population Dr Morns said that many who supported such ideas in the 1960s now are reconsider- ing their decision However, workers in some Toronto clinics are putting subtle pressure on welfare mothers to accept sterilization, while some doc- tors have been denied hospital appointments if they refuse to perform abortions, she said She said doctors who have moved fiom concern for the sick to the "killing of the un- born for convenience" have "lost sight of the very real concerns doctors ought to have for the sick and dying." Dr. Therese Martel-Jutras, federation executive com- mittee representative for the member Quebec Doctors for the Res- pect of Life, said the members of that group op- pose abortions for socio- economic reasons, "for easy solution of moral problems" or for any considerations of eugenics She said the views of CMA president Bette Stephenson of Toronto on abortion are "not necessarily those of members." Dr Stephenson told the CMA's annual meeting in June that abortion decisions should be a matter between a patient and her doctor, subject to the same controls as other sur- gical procedures performed in hospitals. Dr Martel-Jutras said Dr. Stephenson should be "aware of her position and be more re- spectful of the opinion of others when she speaks in their name." Watergate cover-up trial postponed WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. District Judge John Sirica has postponed the Watergate coverup trial for three weeks at the prodding of the U S Court of Appeals. Sirica reset for Sept 30 the start of the trial which in- volves some of former presi- dent Richard Nixon's chief ad- ministrators, White House and campaign aides. He said he still hopes to complete the trial by Christmas. Sirica acted shortly after the Appeals Court had suggested, but not ordered, that he delay the trial three to four weeks to allow lawyers more time to prepare their cases "I have adopted the sugges- tions of the Court of Sirica told reporters in his chambers, "and I have decid- ed to continue the trial on Sept 30 Defendants in the trial, in- volving the cover-up of the 1972 break-in at Democratic party headquarters here, include former White House chief-of-staff H. R. Haldeman, lormer White House domestic adviser John Erhlichman and former attorney-general John Mitchell. CARP CONVERSE The carp is among the com- paratively few fish capable of making vocal noise. CORRECTION In our advertisement which appeared on page 16 of Wednesday, August 21st Lethbridge Herald The follow- ing items should have read: GREEN PEPPERS 39 ranaHa Kin 1 ftrnHa Ih.................................. 0 Canada No. 1 Grade Ib. BARRETT PEARS 3 Canada Fancy................................. V IDS. NAVAL ORANGES "aU W W S. A. Outspan We regret any inconvenience to our customers IN MEMORIAMS PRUNKLE In loving memory of a dear sister, Ann, who passed away August 23 1973. Somewhere beyond the sunset where loveliness never dies, She dwells in a beautiful garden 'neath the blue and gold of the skies. We who have knqwn and lov- ed her, whose parting brought great pain. Will treausre her memory forever, until we meet again. remembered by her sisters and brothers. 273 PRUNKLE In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mrs. Anna Prunkle, who pass- ed away August 23, 1973. Your gentle face and patient smile With sadness we recall You had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all. The voice is mute and stilled the heart That loved us well and true, Ah, bitter was the trial to part From one so good as you. You are not forgotten loved one Nor will you ever be, As long as life and memory last We will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore, As time goes by we miss you more Your loving smile, your gen- tle face, No one can fill your vacant place remembered and sadly missed by husband Jack, George and Jean, Ken and Carol, Johnny and Fran, Marilyn, Brian and the grandchildren. 234 CARD OF THANKS HAYNES We wish to ex- press our deep appreciation to friends, relatives and neighbors who did so many acts of kindness after the passing of our mother and grandmother, Mrs Ruth Haynes. A special thanks to the doctor and nursing staff on the third floor Municipal Hospital; Devon and Southland Nursing Home- Our appreciation to Burns Wood for his assistance and to the grandsons who acted as pallbearers. Thanks also to the Taber First Ward Relief Society who prepared lunch for the family after the ser- vice. For the floral tributes, food, cards, visits and your thoughifulness in many ways, we sincerely thank you families of Mrs. Ruth Haynes 163-23 Azores report denied LISBON (Reuter) A Portuguese foreign ministry spokesman denied Thursday that Arab states had offered Portugal a large sum of money if it refused to allow the United States to use the Azores, Portugal's island possessions in the Atlantic, as a military base "We have no knowledge of any proposition like that; the Portuguese government has not been the spokesman said He was commenting on re- ports from Washington that the U S. state department had received intelligence informa- tion about the alleged offer The U.S. used its base at La- jes in the Azores to refuel planes carrying military sup- plies to Israel during last October's Middle East war. A Washington report, pub- lished earlier in Lisbon even- ing newspapers, said the un- named Arab states had also offered to end an oil embargo against Portugal as part of the deal Negotiations between Portugal and the U.S. on the use of the base are due to start in Washington next month. The foreign ministry spokesman added: "We were taken by surprise by this report. The first we knew of it was in the press." In Washington, a state department spokesman acknowledged that the U.S. had received an intelligence report that Arab states had offered an undisclosed sum of money to Portugual to deny American use of the Azores. HAPPY IDEAS FOR PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI. and SAT. August 23rd ind 24th HIKE THEIR FRIENDLY ATTITUDE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CENTRE VILLAGE IGA I MARTENS' IGA 13th St. N. LETHBRIDGE COALDALE TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF CHUCK STEAK. 69 TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF lABLbHIItUANAUAUKAUbASTttHHtth A A CROSS RIB ROAST. 99 o TABLERITE FRESH GROUND BEEF. 69 10oz. pkg. 5-lb. bag 6 fl. oz. tin GENERAL MILLS COUNTY CORN FLAKES GOLDEN YELLOW SUGAR TOP VALUE CONCENTRATE ORANGE JUICE WEST MARGARINE SUNGOLD 2-3Y4 oz. wt. pkgs. ORANGE CRYSTALS TOP VALUE VINEGAR TOPVALU i6fi.oz.tin M EVAPORATED MILK 4 3-lb. net wt. pkg. 80fl. oz. jug FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Phone 327-0353 PAN DUNS DONUTS w doz. CANADA NO. U.S. PRUNE PLUMS CANADA FANCY m BARRETT PEARS 3rl S.A.OUTSPAN A A NAVEL ORANGES... 89 o ;