Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 'HE IHTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuoldoy, Oscembor 22, 1970 American officers retire rather than face court BIRTHS TI15DEMANN Hans and Del! bappilv announce the birth of a 'daughter, Tiffany Noelle, seven Ibs., seven ozs., born December 17, at St. Mich- ael's Hospilal. 1238 and lira. Ruedon Selk are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Laura Dawn, on November 30, 1970. Insured. 1304 OLETl Mr. and Mrs. David Oler are pleased to announce tire birth 'of their daughter, Nerissa Jean, 6 Ibs. 9 ozs. De- cember 9, at Raymond. A sister for Tamara. 1.303 DEATHS ASHCHOFT Helen, passed away in tile city on Monday, December 21, 1970, at the age of 58 years, beloved wife of Mr. George Asheroft, of 1112 27th Street South. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. Cbristensen Salmon Funeral H o m e Ltd., Directors DEATHS McLEuD Passed away in Clareshohn on Monday, De- cember 21, 1970, Winnifred Jes- sie McLeod, aged 85 years, of Pincher Creek. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed by Eden's Fu- neral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C1774 OLSON Passed away in Vancouver, on Friday, Decem- ber 18, 1970, Adolphe Edo 01 son, aged 80 years, formerly o Fort Macleod. The funeral ser vice will bfe held in the For Macleod LDS Chapel, Wednes day at p.m., Bishop E Derricott officiating. Intermen in Union Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by Eden's Funerai Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C1775 of Funeral Services. C1776 HAGEX: Passed away after a lengthy illness in Bow Island on Monday, December 21. 1970, Mrs. Annie H'agcn, at the age of 66 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. Carl Ilagen. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- Service. C1778 BOLOKOSKI Passed away suddenly in the city on Mon- day, December 1970, Fred- erick at the age of 84 years, formerly of 809 12 St. A North, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Bella Bolokoski. Born in Austria the late Mr. Bolokoski came to the Lethbridge area in 3908, working as a coal miner and carpenter until retirement in 1951. Since that time he has resided here until his passing. He is survived by two daugh- ters, Mrs. W. (Minnie) Teren- tiuk and Mrs. W. (Helen) Kize- ma both of Lethbridge; three sons, William of Medicine Hat, Michael of Lethbridge, and John of Warner; nine grand- children and 12 great-grand- children. He was predeceased by his wife in 1968, and one son, Nick, who was killed in France, during World War n. The funeral sen-ice will be held at p.m. on Wednes- day, December 23, in the .Mem- orial Chapel 703 13 Street North, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1777 THOMAS Helen (Peter- son) Thomas, aged 58, of 55 No. 500 East, Spanish Fork, Utah, passed away Tuesday, December 15, 1970, in the Pay- son City Hospital. She was bora in Stirling, Alberta on Febru- ary 5, 1912. Her parents were Lewis Peterson and Catherine Anderson. She married Grant F. Thomas on July 24, 1937 in Calgary, Alberta. The mar- riage was later solemnized in the Cardston LDS Temple, Al- berta. They moved to Utah in 1955, where she was active in the Relief Society of the LDS Church and a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Survivors include her husband Grant of Spanish Fork, Utah; two daughters, Mrs. Roger (Teresa) Moosman, Salt Lak. City, Mrs. Alfred (Mary) Hey nolds, Payson, Utah; one son Robert F. Thomas, Williams Lake, British Columbia; six grandchildren; three sisters Mrs. Clifford (Marjorie) Todd Mrs. Glen (Lucile) Hamilton both of Lethbridge and Mrs William (Cleo) Funk of Sal' Lake City; two brothers, Byron Peterson and Milton Peterson of Lethbridge. The funeral wa held Friday, December 18 at p.m. at the Spanish Fork 8th Ward LDS Chapel, with Bishop Vernon Carlson offict ating. Interment was at Span- ish Fork City Cemetery, Utah. 1331 FUNERAL MARTIN Funeral service for .David Martin, who died in the city suddenly Saturday, Dec. 12, 1970, at the age of 81 years, was held at 2 p.m. Fri- day, Dec. 18, 1970, with Salva- tion Army Capt. Keith Sayers, ANAF padre, officiating. Hon- orary pallbearers were John Martin and Doug Bqyer. Active pallbearers were William Mar- tin, Joe R. Chollack, Roy Mac- intosh, Ted Pitt, Jr., Reg Whit- field and Robert Baird. Inter- ment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Sen-ice, was in charge of the arangements. Fined in income tax fraud Pattern 7185 CALGARY (CP) Louis L. Wener, about 56, of Calgary, w-as fined after a plea of guilty was entered on his be- half to two counts of wilfully evading income tax and sir counts of filing false income tax returns. Riverdale Properties, a Cal gary based firm controlled by Mr. Wener, was fined for wilfully evading taxes between August 1, 1963, and Feb. 1 1969, on of the com- pany's income. Mr. Wener was fined or 30 days on the same charge. Court was told that Mr. Wener failed to report 201.53 in personal income that he appropriated between 1964 and 1969 from several com- panies with which he was con- nected. The companies were River- dale Properties Ltd., Red Deer Nursing Home Ltd., and May- fair Nursing Home Ltd. and Glamorgan Nursing Home Co Lid., both of Calgary. He had been instrumental in develop- ing the homes through a parent company known as Producing Properties Ltd. He was granted 14 days in which to pay the fines. CARDS OF THANKS SOUTHWOOD We would like to express a sincere thank you to those who helped in any way during our recent mis- fortune. Special thanks to those who so kindly donated to ma our loss easier to bear. 12 BAJfBRICK The family the late Howard Bambrick wi; to express then- sincere than to friends, neighbors and rel lives for their many Mndnessi expressions of sympathy, foo and floral tributes receiv during the illness and subs quent passing of a beloved h band and father. Frances, Elaine, Heathe Terry and Dixie. 13C SINCLAIR For the kinc less and care given me at th time of my accident, I wou! like to thank the doctors of th Haig clinic, nurses and staff St. Michael's Hospital, secon floor; also the managemen and staff of Beny Chev. Olds, friends and relatives for visits gifts and various kindnesses Again "Thank you" and sea son's greetings to all. CHRISTMAS CARDS BELL Phyl. Brian, Lind- say and Lauren wish all their friends and relatives a very Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year. John Sinclair 132C Docfor barred from practice VANCOUVER (CP) _ Dr. Delight Dad and son doubly I Robert Makaroff, sentenced to IN MEMORIAMS CAVELLE In memory of a dear husband and father, Alber Cavelle, who passed away De- cember 22, 1963. and greatly missed by his wife Mary and family. I BURYAN In loving mem- ory of Steve Buryan, who pass- ed away suddenly December 22 968. remembered and sadly missed by his daugh- ter Helen and granddaugh- ter Terra. 1299 PONTAROLLO In loving memory of Joseph Pontarollo, who passed away December 21, remembered and .969. Ever sadly missed by the Pon- tarollo children Maria Berti and family. 1327 DR A GLAND In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Ted, who passed away December 22, 1968. He suffered in silence when no one knew, He never deserved what he went through. Take care of him, Lord as hf takes his rest For on this earth he was oni of the best. Ever remembered and sadly missed by his wifi Nedra, sons Richard and Kevin, daughter Marilyn. 1329 1321-23 MASSON To all my rela- tives and friends a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Kathleen Masson 1263-22 HEPPELL We wish our many friends and neighbors a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Lil. 1260-22 HADFORD From Our house comes a special wish, That Christmas time will bring, Happiness and Joy to you, And the best of everything. Happy New Year, too. Mrs. Anne Hadford and Terry and Wendy. 1322 RAINS A Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous new year to all our relatives, friends and neighbors. In lieu of cards, we're making a dona- tion to the Dorothy G o o d e r School. Alan, Sue and Carol Rains. 1323 CORMACK To all our friends and relatives, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. R. A. Cormack family 1324 ters off Martha's Vineyard Mass., last month. Representative Wynne L Hays called outrageous a deci sion Monday by Transportation Secretary John Volpe to let tin officers retire and thus evade court martial proceedings. The Ohio Democrat said he wants Ellis and Brown to ap- pear before his House of Repre- sentatives foreign operations subcommittee to "find out what makes them think like this. Brown was acting commander of the 1st Coast Guard Districl in Boston and Ellis, the com- mander, was on sick leave when Kudirka attempted defection. OFFICERS CRITICIZED A report of a formal coast guard investigation sharply crit- icizes the two officers and also tec] ares tto state department "did not furnish adequate, helpful or timely advice to deal properly with this defection." Volpe said he regretted "very teeply that a young man had to ose his chance for freedom in order to bring to light deficien- cies in government procedures or welcoming victims of op- >ression to American soil." He added that new procedures would prevent the incident of Nov. 23 from happening again. WIN SUPERPRIZE Bess Jacobs of Rexdale, Onr., holds the stub of her Irish Hospital Sweepstakes ticket which won her Bess and her husband Bob, right, were awakened by a telephone call from Dublin announcing they had won the superprize as her ticket was the first drawn in the sweepstake. DOOLITTLE We wish all our friends and relatives a Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year. Wayne, Sandra, Jay and Gay. 1325-23 SNOWDON We wish all our friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Tom and Millie Snowdon. 1326-23 BRAAT To all our rela- ives and friends we wish a Astronauts face big moon task Herry Christmas and Vew Year. Happy Christine, Kenneth and Tracy. 1328-23 Greet- ngs to all our friends, neigh- ors and relatives. Lester, Estella, and Marie. WASHINGTON (AP) When the Apollo 14 astronauts prowl the moon, they will attempt to pull a two-wheel cart up a 400- foot-highl slope littered with rocks as large as automobiles. At the top of the 12- to 15-de- gree slope is the rim of Cone Crater where the explorers hope to find soil dating back to the creation of the moon. Details of the lunar excurslo were discussed at a news con ference Monday by Apollo mis sion director Chester Lee Apollo 14 is scheduled fo launching from Cape Kenned Jan. 31 on a nine-day flight. a small ricksHaw. They will load it with shovels, hammers, c a nr e r a s, sample bags and other tools of the moon ex- plorer. Lions host lyoungsters FOREMOST (Special) large crowd of almost 150 a tended the recent Forem o s Lions Club's children's Chris mas party staged in Forenwx Community Hall. The occasion opened with banquet served to the ladies and children by the Lions. A thirty minute movie pre: entalion followed which inclui ed cartoons and seasonal items Tliis was followed by a program of items put on by the childre themselves. The evening concluded wit the long awaited arrival of San ta Claus in the person of Lio Harry Calhoun. Santa brough individual presents to all th children along with candy bags and oranges. Richard 1306-23 MILLS I would like to ex- end a Merry Christmas and 'appy New Year to relatives and friends. Rosa 1307 SWING We would like to visit our friends and relatives very Merry Christmas and a rosperous and Happy New ear. Elizabeth and F. A. Ewing C1771 KIMUKA Merry Christ- as and Happy New Year to our friends and relatives. George and Nancy Kimura Lee said Shepard and astronauts Alan Edgar Mitche and family. CHRISTMAS CARDS with matching vests. INSTANT CROCHET with or without sleeves. Use knitting worsted, big hook. Opon shell stitch pall cm is very, very easy. Pattern 7185: men's sizes 36-12, child's 4-1! incl. FIFTY CKNTS (coin s) three months in jail for per- forming illegal abortions, was suspended from the practice of medicine in British Columbia Monday by the College of Physi- cians and Surgeons of B.C. The judgment, effective from delivery, said Urn college for 1 w'as "unanimously resolved (hat I the name of Robert P. Makaroff oral special THE LETmimrw. RKUAIJ) Readers M.-iil LuriiVij GO Front Street Wiv.t Toronto 1, Ontario. ig I Makaroff, who admitted j one-year income from perform- I ing abortions of wns also fined on conviction BALAZS Best wishes to ou: riends and relatives for i rlappy Holiday Season and the Very Best during the coming year. Dennis, Gloria, Michelle and Troy, 1293-23 aicMAIION Best wishes for a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Yonr to our friends and relatives. Mary, Bud, Kelly and BARCLAY To my relatives and friends I heartily extend Warm Wishes for a Morry Christmas and may the coming year be a Healthy and Jovous one for all. J. 0. (Jack) Barclay. ABSORB FOOD Instead of drawing sustenance 1308-26 HARSANY Mr. and Mrs. A. Harsany would like to wish all their friends, near and far, a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 1309 LOMAS To all our friends and relatives, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Amy and George lamas. 1310 AIET2GER For Christmas and New Years, a hearty wish and most sincere greetings to all my friends and relatives. Metzger. 1290 PYTLARZ To our friends and relatives, we wish a Merry Christmas to all, and to all a season of peace and goodwill. -Mr. and Mrs. J. Pytlart and will try a tricky pinpoint lam ing in a narrow valley sur rounded by the rugged high lands of the Fra Mauro forma tion. They plan two outside ex cursions, each lasting betwee; four and five hours. The third crew member Stuart Roosa, will orbit thcrons New Year. and Pat Takahashl 1233 PEDRINI We would like to wish our neighbors, friends and relatives a Merry Christmas H, flll'l trough (he roots, wawr-cMs Year. and the Very Best in the New in N'-plmher. He was released synthrsizc food from 'nutrients j Lcona, Kalie and absorbed from water. r.imtv Prrfrini IMI.W School board pay boosted EDMONTON (CP) Mem- bers of the public school board's senior adminislra t i v e staff Monday were granted sim- per-cent wage increases for 1071. The 10 senior officials receiv- ed increases ranging between 10 and 18 per cent in Juno for 1970. Board superintendent Dr. Rol- land Jones cams up from His salary in- crease in Juno was a year. Deputy superintendent Tom Baker and Secretary Treasur- er Tom Mfton each received 650 raises to bring their sal- aries to 150. Other senior administrators now earn between and annually. Trustees decided not to give themselves h i g It e r wages for the coming year. Each trustee receives a year while (he chairman of the hor.rj is paid i People allergic to Yule trees OTTAWA (CP) 'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.. Except, that is, for the sneezing, wheezing, coughing and scratching of seven per cent of allergic people whose particular sensitivity is to Christmas trees the kind that grow, not the kind that are made. They suffer from a true al- lergy, not a Scrooge syn- drome, Dr. Derek M. Wyse of Kitchener, Ont, and Dr. David Malloch of Toronto point out in a study published in the current issue of the Ca- nadian Medical Association Journal. After considering a variety of causes such as dust on dec- orations, tree pollen and fungi, they conclude tenta- tively that the culprits are usually the tree resins. Symptoms affect nose, eye, chest and skin. They include watering, itching, blockage and sneezing in the nose; wa- tering, Helling, swelling and redness of eyes; coughing, wheezing and tightness in the chest; and transitory rash of small red, itchy or burning snols on forearms and hands, and sometimes on the face, jnd water blisters of the skin. More than 70 per cent noted or skin symptoms vhile decorating the free or vithin 24 hours. "One would surmise that hese patients are sensitive to he balsam, either by contact r by inhalation." But some experienced their symptoms three or four days after the tree was set up and may have experienced some- thing other than balsam sensi- tivity. A total of allergic pa- tients were checked and 7.6 per cent experienced Christ- mas tree allergy. The doctors suggest the true incidence is probably about seven per cent, "a much higher figure than one would have suspected." Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Heeney, 68, former ambassadortothe United States. Toronto-John H. McDonald, 57, of the Ontario Water Re- sources Commission and one-' time adviser to the Canadian delegation to the United Nations and the World Health Organiza- tion. Railway story sad WASHINGTON (AP) financially troubled Penn Cen- tral Railroad lost millions of dollars In an airlines venture congressman says represents "one of the saddest and at times most sordid" chapters in American business history. Representative Wright Pat- man (Dem. Tex.) made comment here to releasing a staff report by his House Representatives banking com- mittee that showed Penn Cen- ral spent million to start a worldwide at service now worth million. The report also says mfl- ion was dumped into the Exec- utive Jet Aviation Inc., in ast three the rail- way itself was facing bank- ruptcy and was under Civil Aer- mautics Board orders to sell he subsidiary. The report also Includes testi- mony that the aviation company supplied women as dates for ailway officials in what ap- leared to be an effort to divert heir attention from EJA's prob- ems. 'ROVIDED PICTURES It said EJA's founder, retired rig.-Gen. plbert F. Lassiter of le U.S. Air Force, chronicled is friendships with a variety of 'omen in "hundreds of colored photographic prints and trans- parencies many of which show undraped women." The photographs were kept on the EJA premises, the report said. Penn Central currently Is in reorganization under the Bank- ruptcy Act and is seeking fed- eral help to continue operating. The report contends that Penn Central poured money into EJA for about five years despite con- tinued EJA losses, doubts as to whether Penn Central could le- gally own stock in the company, and in the face of repeated rec- ommendations that EJA's man- agement be changed. BLAMES EXECUTIVE It assigns major responsibility for the EJA decisions to David Bevan, then chairman of the fi- nance committee of the railway. It says Sevan's actions in face of EJA's deterioration might be linked "to the possibil- ity that public revelation of cer- ain personal activities" might lave been "extremely embar- rassing" to him. The report says the railway ntended to develop EJA into an extensive air service, with em- >hasis on air cargo. These plans, however, jrought up the issues of Civil Aeronautics Board restrictions an railways acquiring air car- iers. The CAB refused in 1967 o let EJA acquire controlling nterest in another airline when found the company was unded by Penn Central. It also handed down a cease- and-desist order in 1969 against Penn Central-EJA opera- ions and found 13 violations of. le Federal Aviation Act. Perm entral was fined and EJA the report said. EJA control currently is in lit- gation, the report said, and the ompany now is worth about million. SMALL AMOUNTS Using new techniques, hydrol- jists now can detect dissolved e r c u f y concentrations as mall as one part per xO billion arts of water. Last Christmas lor at least 45 persons OTTAWA (CP) The Canada Safety Council predicted Mon- day that 45 persons will die in traffic accidents across Canada (luring the Christmas holidny weekend. The figure, based on a 102- hour period beginning 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24, and ending i midnight next Monday, Dec. 2ft, is less Uian last year's total of 50 accidental traffic deaths in the comparable weekend, also 102 hours. The record is 78 houra in 1966, deaths over PAPAL ENVOY DISTRIBUTES GIFTS Archbishop Henri leMaitre, second from left, the Roman Catholic apostolic delcgola to Vietnam, hands out Chrstmas packages to North Vietnamese prisoners of war at Bien Hoa prison camp Tuesday. The archbishop distributed gifts to the camps' prisoners, 133 of whom wero Catholics. The camp Is 15 miles north of Saigon.