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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHDR1DGE HERAtD Monday, Occumbor 14, 1970 AA PERSONAL NCED HELPV A.I.D. CUdtre An deferral service. Phone IP p.m., wt'L-K (lays. CI639-V5J StNGlE ADULTS ONtY i Computer llllllng. rMet't t b 1 j people nowl Sf'hd n.lroe iincl nddress in confidence fo COA.VMT, 20612, Billings, A'.onl, 57102. FAMILIES OP PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING Al-JD INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES TAKE OF P o. BOX LETH- 3RIDGE, ALBERTA, DEATHS 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, ceilings. Exc J38-75W. TAPING, SPRAYING ellent workmanship. PMLPL i'f SOUTHERN STAAtP AND Rubber stamps, .ccrporate Una Avt.'s. Phone TO-.MM. KENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. .ti.OO for iwo weeks, 510 month. 32-J3. Singer Company of Canada, Col- j -MY TAG SALES mi SERVICE. Sla- vic's on all makes of washers or.'j automatic or convenlion-jl. Also all' iimall appliances, litwn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. Mo job large or tou sm.tii. LBTH3RIOOB APPLIANCES, W5 j'ii Ave. XJ-ilii. "35: 70 GARDENING TREES TRIAWED, ODD JOGS DOME. Phone J37-739B or 327-2438. IWo8 ff I 1UNK AMD YARD CLEAN UP. PJione 327-7398 or1 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 373-2094. 5739-tf FALL CLEAN UP. ALL junk, neuled away. Tree tri jobs. Phone 327-2611. ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING' Under V.'inter Works Program, we are now able fo frim and hedges very economically. Call us for free cstimate-327-26.il. 875-ff FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS ready 37 cents per Ib. on dozen lot. Free delivery. Custom killing. Hel- Jmuth Dyck, Coaldaie. Phong JM5-3224. C9S5-H 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES ONE LEFT BLACK MINIATURE "oodle QUP- registered. Phone J23-3370, Teber. 390-14 Robert Francis, passed away in the city on Sat- urday, December 12. 1970, at the age of US years, beloved husband of the late Dora Lee Ross, of Lethbridge. Mr. came to Canada with Ms father ___________________ from Utah to Ihe Warner dis- 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Wet in 190J and were the first emigrants to settle in tin's dis- trict. They were engaged in Handling and later in farming operations. He continued to live j j on the farm until retiring j Lethbridge in IMf where he j and his wife celebrated their! MALE BLACK TOY Annivnroai-v weeks old. alter 5 siMieui Heading Animcisau in .1964. Mrs. Ross passed away twelve days after tliis anniver- sary. Left to mourn Ills passing are five daughters, Mrs. Rcs- coc (Mary) Hulit of Milk Riv- er, Mrs. Hedge (Phylis) Dick- son of Warner. Mrs. Lynn (Helen) Mansell of Lethbridge, Mrs. John (Ruby) Kaminski of Calgary and Mrs. Les (Alice) Peta of Lethbridge; two sons. Harvey of Warner and Waldo of Fort Macleod: 17 grandchil- dren and 16 great-grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be held in Ihe Christensen Chapel on Wednesday, December 16, at t p.m., with Bishop Theron Sommerfeldt officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the family plot in the Warner cemetery. Friends may pay their respects from 7 until 8 p.m., Tuesday at (lie Christensen Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- DEATHS KOL'UNlEIt Passed away in tho city after a lengthy ill- ness, on Satin-day, December 12, 1970, Mr. Albert Fournier at the age of 83 years. Funeral ar- rangements will announced completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1W8 I INS Florence, passed away in the city on Saturday, December 12, WTO, at the age of 54 years, beloved wife of Mr. Charlie Jvins of Cardston. Left to mourn her passing, be- sides her loving husband Charlie are one son. Gaiy of L'aulslon; one daughter, Mrs. .Robert (Connie) Robinson of nine grandchildren; five sisters and two brothers. j Funeral services wiil be held in the Leavilt L.D.S. Chapel on Tuesday. December 15, 1970, at I p.m.. with Bishop Ray Lea- vitt officiating. Interment will I follow in the Cardston Ceme- i tery. Friends may meet the i family and pay their respects from 12 noon, prior to tlie ser- vice, in Leiu of flowers dona- tions may be made to the char-1 ity of their choice. Christensen i Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di-1 rectors of Funeral Service. CARDS OF THANKS MOIUIISON We wish lo i extend our sincere good wishes j to all our friends and relatives j for a very Merry Christ mas and Happy Year. -Jim and Ethel 9U5-H WASELIiNAK My thanks to my doctors and Hie nurses ol St. Michael's Hospital for their professional care and concern; for cards, letters, ami visits during my recent illness. Waselenak. S18 (JUECKBOUKNUK I wish lo express my thanks to my doctor and nurses of the Muni- cipal Hospital for their kind- ness and special care: also for flowers, cards, and visits from relatives and friends. A special thanks to my daughter Mildred and husband, and to my friend Doris Lewis. Ethel Queckboerner. 1189 CHRISTMAS CARDS C1M7J ISA in We would like lo j wish all our friends and relatives a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. CHRISTMAS KITTENS SIAMESE, jeals, chccolates. blues. Prune 328- 784-1J .PUREBRED flrown males and females, Mac pup- pies. After 6 p.m.. III! 3rd 4vc. A 5. 331-31 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL pet Chinchillas for sale, phone 937-S337. 7S5-H 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SUNNY OKANAGAN 11 UNIT jMOTEL. Coffee shop find dining lounge. 180 ft. gaffi sandy beach. Full price S195.000, down. Call L. Parker, Cooyoos, B.C. 935-19 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 Collegs Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properl t 3. Farms and ranches. City Lowest interest rafes snd second mortgages. or First Bair. 950 K1K1.MJAY Laszlo (Ladi- slaus) M.D.. passed away in I Ihe city on Saturday, Decem-1 her I960, at the age of 77 i years. Dr. Kikinday came to j Canada hi 1952 and has beer, IN MEMORIAMS practising medicine since that I time. He was a memlier of the! HYLAN'D In loving mem baby and grownups with this delightful crib or car- riage cover of blocks. "Sketch'1 endearing tots in quick outline stitch. Use all 9 for crib cover or frame one as a picture. Pat. 7009: nine SVt x motifs directions. Kim- CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, 15 cents for each BRITAIN'S FIRST SEX SHOP Ann Summers, 29-year-old former sales promotion executive, stands behind the sex book counter of her London Sex Shop the first store of its Jcind in Britain. Although many Britons still regard sex as shocking, Ihe store's executive director said thai "Christmas gift vouchers are going "like a bomb" New cancer cause seen WASHINGTON (AP) New Greenblatt and Sidney MirvisI research points to the possibility that a chemical manufactured -Donna Johnny and Neva pattern for first-class mailing in human stomachs from ele- ments used in some food preser- Lethbridge Old Timers ;arian Club. Requiem Mass of a dear son. brother and randson, Colin, who died sud- O wiil be said on Tuesday, De. denly Deceniber 11 J> TvlicpnfJ o cember 33 at 10 in St. Basil's Church, with Father G. Marieti as celebrant. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel on Monday, December 14 (tonight) at p.m. Fol- lowing the service, the remains will be taken to Calgary for cremation. Christensen Salmon Funeraal Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1644 al Service. C1646 MONEY TO LEND FASl, COURTEOUS EMERGENCY LOAN SERVICE Loans quick casn to pay bills or make s purchase. Call Bruce Gullet! at Trans Canada Credit, 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM 'WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI- MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-57.15. 30RGE RAVEN 132? 9th ST. H. Kitchen cupboijrdi, rumpus rcorns, and repairs. Phcn'j 327-3219. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Soranson Construction, 3020 7th Ave. 3. Phone 327-6652. CEMENT WORK, nents dug, water proofing, in- B.. passed away in the city on Saturday, j December 12, 1970 following a lengthy illness at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Reta Piersou, of 1214 13 St. S. Mr. Pierson came to Canada in 1903. Jiving in the Stirling dis- trict where he received his schooling. In 19-ijl. he married Reta Gasser of High River. They moved to Lethbridge where he worked as a carpen- ter until his retirement in 1960. Mr, Pierson was active in sporis and enjoyed baseball and hunling. He was n her of the Stirling Lions Club and was active in the Stirliri" L.D.S. Drama Club. Left to mourn liis passing, besides his loving wife. Reta, are sursd, Irei estimates. Pnone 3W-MM. j brother, Oscar of' Woolford; CUSTOM FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 325- 3572 OP. 327-32W. 9416-tf Commander of forgotten army dies LONDON (CP; Field Mar-; siial Viscount Slim. 79. com-' one sister, Mrs. Joespiiine i Hutcliings of Yakama; Wash- ington and seven nephews and nieces. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December i .15, at 2 p.m., with Bishop C. Ronald Watmough officiating. i Interment will follow in the i Mountain View C e m e t e r y. 1 Friends may meet the family FUNERALS MIYASATO Funeral ser- vice for Kamakachi Miyasato, beloved husband of Mrs. Yoshi Miyasato of Abu, Okinawa, who died there 'Sunday, Nov. 27, 1970, at the age 90 years, was held at ,1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, 1970, in the Christen- sen Chapel with Rev. Leslie Kawamura officiating. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. TOL.MAN Funeral service for Mrs. Emily L. Tolman, be- loved wife of the late Mr. George Tolman who died at 9, 1U70. at the age of 76 years, was held at 2 p.m. Friday. Dec. 11, 1970, at the Hillspring LDS Chapel with Bishop Sheldon Wynder officiating. Pallbearers were Val and Calvin Macdon- nell, and Blaine Bun- nage. Ron Quintou and Lucky Boyer. Interment was in the Hillspring Cemetery. ChristeH- sert Salmon Funeral Rome Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, missed and ever re- membered by mom, dad. Alan, David, Robin, Derek and Ann. Judy, Elizabeth and Gladys. 985 KUMOKEK In loving mem- ory of our dear mother anc Baba, Agnes (Kraus) Kumorek, who passed awav December 14, 1968. Gone but not forgotten. remembered b y Harding and Mary, grand- children Harding Jr., Jo- Anne and Shirl; Agnes and family; Charlie, Dorothy and and special handling THE LETHBK1DGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited CO Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. Cross kidnap news in error family; family. Tom, .Ron and 984 SCnOCGlE In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great grand- father, Adolphus J. Scroggie, who passed away December H, 1962. Sweet are the memories silent- ly kept, Of one we love and will never forget. Lovingly remembered and missed by his wife Helen and family. 987 WALTERS In loving mem- ory of Raymond C. Walters, who passed aw.ny December 14. 19B7. When 1 go beneath death's scarlet hand 0 may I find some friendly happy land, With cattle feeding on the range beside a rippling stream. The face of an old friend wait- ing to welcome me. And find tlie dear familiar people that I once loved here. says TORONTO (CP) Senator Keith Davey Sunday night men- tioned "reprehensible" mistakes made by news media in then- coverage of the Cross kidnap- ping, but rejected any form of news censorship. The senator also said that by and large, what, he saw of the Quebec news coverage was "quite responsible." "No one has all the facts of what happened in the province of Quebec, not even he said. The senator, whose committee released its report on the mass media last week, was inter- viewed on the CBC network tel- evision program Weekend. He was shown excerpts of British diplomat James Cross' news conference in London in which Mr. Cross blasted Canadian journalists. Mr. Cross, a prisoner for two months of Front de Liberation du Quebec terrorists in Mont- took journalists to task for incorrectly anouncing his own :leath the night Quehec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte was Tiund dead. indicated that nitrite and some amines combine in the stomacl of mice to form a substance known as nitrosamine. This vatives and medicines causes chemical then enters the blood cancer, scientists at the Univer-; stream and causes Ihe lung tu- sity of Nebraska say. j mors. Doctors at the university's! Nitrite is permitted by the Eppley Institute for Cancer Re- U.S. government as a _ curing search in Omaha base their and preservative chemical in findings on experiments in! smoked fish, canned ham, corn which they say lung tumors were produced in 65 to 90 per cent of mice fed large amounts of used as a tod three types of secondary amines, which are protein building blocks and used in several medicines. The scien- tists also say lii per cent of the tumors were malignant. Tlie work done by Drs, Melvin beef, frankfurters, luncheon meats and some sausages. It is also found naturally in vegeta- bles, particularly beets, spinach and celery. WIDELY'USED Secondary amines are found in cereals, tea, tobacco, and bread and meat flavoring agents. They make up more than 200 medicines including was in charge the arrange- j remembered and sadly missed by his wife Muriel, son and daughter Richard and Sandy and their fam- SATO Funeral service for Kojiro Sato, wlto died in j .'lies. 980 tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. QMS Eclmontou 1970, in the Christensen Chapel with Rev. Leslie Kawamura of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Shig j Goshiminon. Jim Kauashiro. j 1-ri .1 I' Sam Shirna, Jack Miyagi and j J-'-lcl J MAlim David, passe Higa n term, I mander of Britain's "forgotten j away in In- city suddenly on a' Si air View 1 crv Clu-is ei "n Sitaon i oj years. Mr. >j urn Funeral Service; was in ILS, airline stake ends MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) .Recall of employees made idle by a five-month strike against Northwest Airlines began today after weekend rati- fication of a new contract with the Brotherhood of Railway and .miou spkes- army" in Burma thai swept the i December 12. 1970. at the" Japanese from Ihe Indian frori- 'Oi S i died in hospital today afier a long illness. Slim, knouu to his men in thti Burma jungle as "Uncle Bill.'1 came to V EDMONTON (CP The in the district of Camlachie in suffered a stroke Dec. i Among Britons Burin--. trrrces were known as "the far-; gotten array.': fighting a distant P uiici reduce sucml- acme in i_____ ing and this could lead lo lay- BAMDRICK Funeral ser- of ite employees. Mayor ,M vice for Howard Bambrick. be-i Dcn( said dcscrib- wite Elizabeth who prcdecwcd him in After serving in France wifh tlie U" B'n.. CKK. he relumed lo war under tough conditions (hall bridge tin Corked for the! hardly ever came to notice in j city until his retirement in j Britain or the in i Survivors include one son. i the or j Daniel of one] the war he niinie i uiniynit-r. 'Mr.s. J. A. lov-x! husband of Mrs. budget as "grim." Bambrick of gin nth St. S. who- papors ot the bud- in thf? ciLv i contained large increases He once told a [inrlrait oritst: "You've rnade me look cross. nut f know I do. A photouraplier following mi1 numd in Ilunn.i 'Will you smile, I .-'Slid: 'I am .stniliny." He from pnv; rhe First. World. War l yt rank in Ihe finti.- chief of HIP imjuiri; Ho OIKP r from JM rank.s fo .'i -T-hjU; tj inccttng was held to brief akl- trnieu on the budgel, Staff cuts would include t.hc laying off of feoinc junior cni- pluyeus iind not replacing ITI> Mountain i rcrirn. die or co-1 Martiji Bros, i i .iitrn.iinuii.ii .inn ai.so __ hnu- manv nnyh nether, Thwnas of KinKT.-i! Ije iicl'l in fur Chrir-tensci. Chanel ,m Fri- day .11 p.in Siiiva'luii (''apt Koitii S.-iycrs AVAT' ffillov. in the Field of fioti- or nf CV-iilf'tt-rv. .SMmfm Ifijinc. rif irt; Deaths Yesterday My nip; r.W-U.iMM London. Onl Maj.-On. SptMicer many might IK: ie; out by (lie ciu "if one dtnui tin: li.si. n: pari.inent-s '.'in' rijalii'.e.s there must Iw niaf-sive hoard he ?aid. .M'ntACTI'ill IIV I I.SII K 11 r o p c a 11 .s M ere 1 Airline Clerks. Bacon, a n m a n. announced ratification .Sunday night, saying that with 81 per cent of the vote reported, outstanding returns "will not significantly change the re- sults." The agrcenienl. reached Fri-i day in Washington. D.C., by representatives of Northwest and the clerks' union, includes wage increases averaging 37.6 per cent with an additional 10 per cent in fringe benefits over I 39 months. Bacon said the agreement would mean an average in- crease of 3 month over the! term of the contract for mem- bers of the union, which in- cludes file clerks and rcserva-. lions and transportation agents, j Ihe pact will be STIft. Bacon said, as opposed to under the old agreement, [rired Od. 1, Sonic of Northwest's j employees nationwide had been made idle by the strike which began July 3. :riie ;iii'linr reduced its flight! schedules lo aboul ft) cent of normal. Pompidou ivarns countries r PARIS (Reuler) President! each of us to an economic slow- Georges Pompidou warned the world's richer nations today against the renewed temptation of trade protectionism which he said would lead to economic slowdown. Pompidou, whose warning came amid widespread concern here over a protectionist trade bill before the U.S. Congress, also questioned the U.S. dollar's prerogative as a universal re- serve currency. In a speech prepared for a ceremony marking the 10th an- of universal reserve currency, niversary for the Organization which is how the preorgative of for Economic Co-operation and DOOMED TO IiN'FLATION? Pompidou asked if OECD member states were doomed to permanent inflation for fear of unemployment, which he felt their societies would not toler- ate. "Will we cradle ourselves in the illusion that peace could be found in the shelter of newly- raised customs he asked. "Is it imagined that the role tranquillizers, anesthetics, heart drugs and diabetes treatments, experts say. It is also believed they are released from protein binding when fish and meat are cooked. The Greenblatt-Mirvish find- ings are the first confirmation and an extension of German re- search published in 3988 that showed mammals could make nitrosamine when fed the sepa- rate components. Scientists have since specu- lated nitrosamine is the likeliest candidate for the universal can- cer-causing chemical. "Nitrosamines seem to be a major class of carcinogens that are likely to be causally related to cancer ill industrialized soci- two cancer experts wrote this year in the British scientific journal Nature. "Nitrosamines a c t systemically (throughout the body) and produce cancer in a wide variety of organs of many species." These two William Lijinsky, also of Eppley Institute, and Dr. Samuel S. Ep- stein of the Harvard Medical Greenblatt believe the government should sharply reduce the amount of nitrite al- iowed in processed meat and fish. The Food and Drug Adminis- tration disagrees, saying that nitrite and nitrosamine present "no imminent hazard" to man. Development, Pompidou asked if the U.S. dollar's role is com- patible with a permanent deficit hi the U.S. balance of pay- ments. Pompidou posed a series of questions on crucial economic problems in his speech at: the Paris headquarters of the OECD, which groups 22 of the world's richest industrial na- tions. "How to reconcile the obliga- tion of an active employment policy with the battle against he asked. "How to resist the renewed o f protectionism, then the dollar, is compatible in the long run with a permanent American balance of payments he added. Pompidou said it would be rock and mud In the isolated Mountain topples on road BOGOTA, Colombia (Heuter) .Rescue workers dug through vain for political leaders and economic planners to rely on a day-to-day policy for the major economic issues. He added it would be disas- trous to wait for a general crisis to find o solution to these issues and also stressed the import- ance of OECD's relations with the developing nations. He said there is no more pressing need than to provide the third world with the aid it needs to cross the threshold be- yond which progress would be Cauca Valley north of here today for victims of an ava- lanche that swept a restaurant, buses and cars into a river two days ago. Latest reports reaching the capital by two-way radio indi- cated as many as 200 persons may have died when a moun- tain toppled on a 10-mile stretch of winding road. Officially 100 persons are missing, most of Uiern from three crowded buses and 16 care pushed off the mountain road by the landslide. Deaths Yesterday n> TMK PRESS: l.nmlun. England John I varied eareei included traded to Canada, in the Kith i Paddj Carstairs. 60. British j in Ihf: military indus-I r p n I u r y, by j film director, painter mid novel-1 PROJECT IN BRITISH BLACKOUT Garage worker John Chittock rides oul Ihe intermittent blackoult which bit his garage af Ongar, England, during nationwidn slowdown by electrical workers. John, hii wife, Maureen, left rearr and fellow work- ers Mcto.RrJ up rj bir.yr.lf: to mom.KilJy opftrotR a gasoline pump !o koop 'heir customers hapwy.. ;