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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks MWSffi DEATHS LEWIS December Milo Oliver Lewis aged 47 Vulcan. Services United December 1 p.m. Rev. Win. Julian officiating. Vulcan VULCAN FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C6162 HOOD passed away in the city on December 1973 at the age of 70 beloved wife of Mr. Robert Hood of Alberta. Mrs. Hood was born in on May she came to Canada in 1908 settling in Fer- the following years she moved to Champion. She was married to Robert Hood on September 1925 and they moved to Barons in where she had continued to reside until the time of her passing. She was a member of the Eastern and also a member of the Canadian Legion. She leaves to mourn her posing besides her loving two Douglas of Coaldaleand William of five two Sadie Robertson of B.C. and Violet Mueller of Ed- monton. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel 10 St. on December 21 at with Captain Butcher of the Salvation Army of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral service. C6163 PA VAN Passed away in the city on December 1973 following a brief Mrs. Maria Pavan at the age of 82 years of beloved wife of the late Mr. Joseph Pavan. raised and educated in the late Mrs. Pavan came to Canada and Lethbridge in 1914 and was married here the same year. In 1919 they moved to a farm northeast of the city which has been farmed by the family ever since and has become a well known dairy farm. She is survived by three Messrs. Joe and Benny Pavan all of three Mrs Wm. Gurr of Mrs. R. Allison of Mrs G Enckson of 24 24 great- two sisters in three brothers in and one Mr. Alex- ander Morandin in San Fran- cisco. She was predeceased by ner husband in 1954 and by one son Carl Prayers will be said on Friday at 7 30 p.m in St Basil's Church and requiem mass will be celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Basil's with Rev. Father G Manen celebrant Interment will follow in the family St. Patrick's Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6164 IN MEMORIAM DOENZ In loving memory of a dear mother and Barbara who passed away December 20. 1972. Loving and kind in all her ways Upright and just to the end of her days. Sincere and true in heart and mind. Beautiful memories she left behind Dons. Annie. Gene and families 6026 Christmas Cards IMRIE Merry Christmas ind a Happy New Year to all friends and neighbors. and Eva Imrie 6009-20 MOLLER Wishing one and all a Joyous Christmas a Happy New from White B.C. and Deana Moller 6008-21 VEDMEDECHUK To all friends and leighbors we wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Nick and Annie Vedmedechuk CARD OF THANKS HIRAGA The family of the late Jerome Hiraga are most grateful to Rev. Y. Izumi and Mr G. and to all the kind friends and relatives for the floral tributes. cards of phone gifts of food and and to the organizations who helped in so many ways during our recent sad bereavement. Special thank you to the doc- tors and staff of the first New Wing of St. Michael's Hospital for their care and kindness before Jerome was transferred to Calgary. Also special thanks to the pallbearers Messrs. Sam Kawada. George Glen Kaz Tomomit- su. Alan Fukami. Larry Nakahama and to Christensen Salmon Funeral Directors. Your kindness is deeply appreciated and will always be remembered. Pauline Hiraga and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hiraga. Mr. and Mrs. K. Hiraga. Mr. and Mrs. F. Mr and Mrs. J Mr. and Mrs L. Holland and families 6043-21 Christmas Cards LISKA John and Julia wish all relatives and friends a Merry Christmas and a Hap- Healthy and Prosperous New Year. 6070 MAINZER To all our relatives and we wish a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and Mrs Peter Mainzer 6069 CATTONI We wish all our staff and students of the U of L a Very Merry Christmas and a Bright New Year. Gina Cattoni and family 5838-20 GERLA We would like to wish all our friends and a Very Merry Christmas and Peace and Happiness in the New Year. Karen and Greg Gerla 6051-22 McMAHON We would like to wish all our relatives and neighbors a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. and Kelly and Alan NEWTON To all our Friends in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in lieu of cards we are donating to the Cup of Milk Fund. and Verna and Len Newton 6044 HOPE The wish is the words but none- the-less they're always so once again to bring you cheer. A Happy Christmas. Glad New Year. Hope 6046 BOYCHUK From our home in Hardieville to all our friends and relatives in Lethbridge and district a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. and Anne 6031-24 STEVENSON We would like to wish our neighbors and business associates in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. Stevenson and fami- ly 6011-22 TO OUR FRIENDS We wish our friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year We thank you for the nice we spent in your beautiful country. We will never forget your and kind reception. -Mr. and Mrs. Pieter Van Der Stoel and Mrs. Engel Van Der Holland Christmas Cards WILSON Jim and Susan and Angela wish all their friends and associates a joyous Holiday Season. 6068 BARCLAY Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year to all my relatives and friends. C. Barclay 6045 GANGUR Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year from our home to yours. and Darlene C6157-22 VOS To our relatives and friends A Blessed Christ- mas and A Happy New Year. Tina and family 6052 KATAN We wish all our relatives and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Esther 6030-22 WILKIE Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year to our relatives and friends. and Diane Wilkie and girls 5922-20 GYURICZA Best wishes to all our relatives and friends for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Isabel 5919-22 ROBULLAK We wish all our friends and neighbors Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. and Kate Robuliak 6047 GRISMER We wish our relatives and neighbors a Merry Christmas and good health in the New Year. and Stella Grismer 6048-21 HEGLAND We wish all our relatives and friends A Merry Christmas and Happy and Prosperous New Year. Gus and Sandi Hegland 6050 BURCHAK I would like to wish all my relatives and friends a Very Merry Christ- mas and a most prosperous New Year 1974. Anna Burchak 6027-22 BAIRD Truus and Bill wish their many friends a Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous 1974. and Bill Medicine Hat 6028-22 ADACHI A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our friends and neighbors Nancy. Cindy. Dawna and Lori Adachi 6029-21 GARDIN Greetings and best wishes for Christmas and a Prosperous New Year to all our relatives and friends. Sophie Card in and family 6049-22 FOLKINS At this time we are wishing all our friends and relations in Lethbridge and district a very Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year. and Bert 6034 Ottawa silent on hotel sale OTTAWA The government refused yester- day to say how much Cana- dian National Railways received from sale of its Bessborough Hotel in Saska- toon last May. is not the company's practice nor policy to discuss terms and conditions of tran- sactions it may have with other Transport Minister Jean Marchand said in a written reply to the Com- mons. The book value of the hotel had been listed at million and it was sold to a group call- ed Management Associates Transfer council idea gets institutions9 okay Age masters Senator Sam Formation of a council to handle student transfers between post-secondary in- stitutions in Alberta appears certain following a meeting in Edmonton and details of composition will be finalized next month. useful in that it brings together all par- ties concerned about transfer said Dr. Owen Holmes this morning. Dr. vice-president of the University of was one of the un- iversity's two representatives at the meeting. The other was president Dr. Bill Beckel. Lethbridge Community College was represented by president Dr. C. D. Stewart and two members of the board of governors. Dr. Holmes said the province's universities had recommended a transfer council for couple of Dr. Keith dean of instruction at said this morning that the idea behind the .council was to try to resolve differences which oc- curred when students wanted to change institutions. Dr. Robin said transfers from one college to another were not but students outside specific un- iversity transfer courses often could not transfer to univer- sities would like to see any student in a regular program able to transfer without a great deal of loss of the time he has spent in accredited courses at the he said. Dr. Holmes said there was no blanket solution to the transfer problem. Since he was not at the Dr. Robin did not comment on the council's proposed composition. The advanced education department had proposed a nine-member council one member from each of the four two members from the two from the technical and one from the Alberta Vocational Centre. Dr. Walter deputy minister of advanced has said'in- stitutions' suggestions on the council's composition would be accepted until Jan. 21. Dr Holmes said the propos- ed composition was un- main thing is to bring the parties together to deal with mutual arrangements that are he committee composition suggested by Mr. Education Minister Foster fills the Mauling case ruling reserved People may be banned from national parks EDMONTON Crown counsel said in federal court here that if the federal government is found liable for the 1965 mauling of an Ed- monton people may have to be banned from national parks or all bears in the parks destroyed. Howard Irving was summ- ing up the crown position in a lawsuit by Frederick 27. against the government. Mr. Justice Rod Kerr reserv- ed judgment in the case Mr Sturdy was seeking damages for injuries he received when mauled by a grizzly bear near a garbage dump in the Maligne Lake about 20 miles southeast of the Jasper townsite Mr. Sturdy has testified that park staff were negligent in not posting warnings about bears in the area He was in hospital for about a year following the mauling with leg and face wounds. Mr. Irving said there was no evidence that park staff were Car lot fined negligent. If there was negligence it was on the part of Mr. Sturdy for not being more careful in bear he said. While park warden Stanley Elder had some prior evidence of bears in the was nothing in the facts of this case that ought to have alerted a competent person like said Mr. Irving. Cameron counsel for Mr. said that if a few precautionary measures had been taken accident EDMONTON Westown Ford Sales Ltd. was fined a total of in two separate court cases heard Wednesday. Westown was fined after it pleaded guilty to false advertising in one and after it pleaded guilty to five charges of fraud in connection with selling tampered vehicles. The false advertising charge arose out of a new- spaper advertisement show- ing a picture of 21 cars and saying they were discounted between 25 and 40 per cent. A purchaser was told the dis- count applied only to six of the cars pictured and a subse- quent investigation by the con- sumer and corporate affairs department found that two of those six cars were reduced only by by 19 and 20 per cent. In the fraud the com- pany changed its plea from not guilty to guilty and was given a fine on each of five charges by provincial Judge Carl H. Rolf. The criminal code charges were laid in October and in- volved turned-back odometers on used cars bought in Ontario for sale in Edmonton. Court was told the mileage of the cars had been rolled back anywhere from to 33.000 miles and that the profit on each car averaged about Judge Rolf said the main consideration must be deterrence and when cor- porate entiities deal in such a fashion the profit should be taken out of their transac- tions. GULPS BEADS France Doctors were keeping 101- year-old Marie Houlevigne un- der observation Monday after she accidentally swallowed her rosary beads while pray- wouldn't have Mr. Steer said a park brochure in use in 1965 warned tourists against allowing their food to lure bears. Yet by locating an open garbage dump within 850 feet of an inhabited area crown was doing exactly what that document says they shouldn't be said Mr. Steer. you apply the tests of negligence. Warden Elder was negligent on the facts not to issue a warning concerning the he added. WASHINGTON Senator Sam retiring from the Senate after two says this year of Watergate has been a disaster from which the country will recover but President Nixon may not. The 77-year-old Senate Watergate committee chdir- man. a Harvard Law School graduate who made a national television audience smile knowingly when he described himself as an ol' country said Wednesday he has finally met an opponent he could not his own ad- vancing age. Ervin said he works harder than most senators of any age and has no doubt he could win another six-year term. But he could not ignore the fact he would be 84 at the end of it. Ervin told reporters he would have to save his own judgment on the president's Watergate role until after his committee makes its final report Because of Ervin he might disqualify himself from voting on whether the president should be convicted if the matter is brought to the Senate while he is still a mem- ber. Ervin said that what he call- ed the president's failure to immediately respond to the burglary of Democratic party headquarters in the Watergate building here been disastrous for The available evidence does not show Nixon had fore- knowledge of the but Ervin could not accept the fact that Nixon did not im- mediately ask his political subordinates how it occurred that the five burglars had 000 in Nixon campaign funds in their pockets when arrested president has never given any excuse whatsoever for that course of What the country needs now. he some speedy trials and some speedy punishment inflicted on the people who perpetrated this fearful tragedy on the American But top priority for him is to go and are those Burke Country sunsets I want to watch. He's sorry about car stickers CALGARY -Paul Moller says he is sorry that some people in Calgary dis- tributed bumper stickers calling on Western Canadians to the Eastern bastards freeze in the So. noting that Calgary Mayor Rod Sykes said Eastern bastard is my Mr owner of a printing com- pany in is dis- tributing 1.000 stickers proclaiming the same. felt rather bad about the other sticker. It's a terrible thing to say about your The stickers which made Mr Moller feel were distributed by a group of oil company employees who wished to remain anonymous Collapses TORONTO Speaker Allan Reuter collapsed in the Ontario lelislature today and was carried from the chamber He collapsed on the throne and the clerks took him from the legislature to his chambers behind the throne and medical assistance was summoned A REGULAR GUY Delivering newspapers isn't the toughest part of a carrier's job. collecting for those papers and paying his bill on time simply because he has no control over his customer's response when he comes to collect. He wants to keep his collections on a regular but if you make him call back two or three his schedule is and he can't do his job right. You can help him be a regular guy by having the money ready when he comes to collect the very first time. after shouldn't we be setting an example for these young people when it comes to paying bills on The Lethbridge Herald ;