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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 80 THl IETHORIDGE HERAID TuoiJoy, Decimibor 29, 1970 L-ardj (J- DEATHS INGRAM Passed away the city on Monday, Deccmb'-r DEATHS LKADUKATICK Passeil away in the city following a emonamA IN MEMORiAMS In loving memory of a dear mother grant utlook for prairie agriculture improved lly JIM NKAVKS KDMONTON (CP) Tlie out- for prairie agriculture is vastly improved from a year j in cash advances made by the been in lower grades at lower (year was estimated at 330 mil- the initial large sales were lion bushels compared with 685 Additionally, the million million in 190? and the fivc- ago, but the cash position of grain fanners isn't expected lo show much of an improvement during the new year. It is estimated that between and 700 million bushels of 4rain will be exported during federal government will have lo be paid from 1971 deliveries. In willi huge stockpiles and low prices, frustrated farm- year average of about ISO mil- lion bushels. The program paid grain farm- ers Si an acre up' lo a SIO.O'K) maximum for land seeded to stagnate and decay, a huge ad- justment of the marketing sys- tem is under way. The respite will allow Hie in- dustry to continue to try to as- sess its most practical course ers demanded and got intensive i in but Mt J0 sul studies under way into the ag-! nierfallow this year, industry. j mts i Ihan million into Uie sag j Women and the Pemican Club. I The funeral service will be hetu KOWl.FY Passed away in j Wednesday, the city following a lengthy ill- Decemeber 30 in (bo Memorial .ness, on Saturday. December Chapel, with Rev. R. E. Esk- :'.u. 1970, Mrs. Lena Orinda Row- dale officiating. Interment will ley. al Ihe age of !H years, of j follow in Mountain View Ceme- Lethbridge, beloved wife of Ihe j tery. Those who wish may in late Mr. Harry W. Rov.iey. The lieu of flowers donate to the funeral service will be held at' Canadian Cancer Society. -109 p.m. on Wednesday. DC- Canada Trust Building. Martin cember 30. at Martin Bros. Chapel. 812 Avenue Smith, uiih Rev. J. Monies officiating. (Please note courtesy parkin" al rear of Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Mariin Bros. Lid., Directors of Funeral Service. C1830 11KXRY Passed away in the city suddenly on Sunday, December 27, 1970. Mrs. Flor- ence Isobel Hem-y. al the age of 59 years, of Coalhurst, be- loved mother of Mrs. L. D. Smyke. Born in Perth, Ontario, the late Mrs. Henry came to Coalhurst in September, 1970, from .Montreal. Survivors in- clude one daughter. Mrs. L. (Jane) Smyke of Coalhurst. A private funeral service will be held at a.m. on Wednesday, December 30 at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 o Avenue South, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott of- ficiating. (Please note courtesy parking at rear of In- terment to follow hi Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin .Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C'ltffi Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Sen-ice. WRIGHT In memory ofj mom, Alice Agnes who j passed away December 29, Those we love go oul of sight Hul never oul of mind, For they are cherished in 'he hearts, Of (hose they left behind. remembered by Vera, Blair and familv. 1 n t' II pnowiall worst in ears NORMAN Passed away in ihe cily following a lengthy ill- i ness, on Salurday. December 1970, Mrs. Alice Norman, at the age of 88 years, of 002 12 Street C North, beloved wife of '.lie late Mr. Joshua Reay Nor- man. T h e funeral service wilt be held at p.m. on Wednes- day, December 30 in the Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13 Street iS'orth. with Mr. James Chap- man officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cem- etery. Those who wish may in lieu of flowers donate lo the charily of their choice. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. Clfl-29 i STKuNSKl III loving mem- C1H27 on- of Anthony Stronski, who passed away December 29. 1907. Treasure him Lord, in your garden of rest. For when on earth be was one of the best. missed and e v e r remembered by his son Bill and family. wife. In loving mem- ory of William Edmond. who passed away December 29. 1909. One lonely year has passed away since my great sor- row fell, The shock which I received that day I slill remember wcll. .My heart still aches wilh sad- ness, my secret tears still LONDON (Renter) Most of Western Europe lay under a heavy mantle o! snow Monday and in some places it was the worst snowfall in 50 years. Traffic was disrupted, offices and faclories were closed, thou- sands sought refuge in public buildings and several villages were cut off. In Britain, low temperalures and forecasts of more snow combined to keep millions al home, recovering from Christ- mas festivities, and many faclo- ries and offices did nol open. Mosl of London's stores re- mained closed for Ihe fourth consecutive day. Snow and ice covered much of France and the worst snowfall in 50 years was reported in the vai'iaua urams Act o crops and improved credit pol-. It will introduce a nev icies for foreign buyers. systcm of gl.adillg wheat lo However, net farm income for protein content and nil 1970 is expected to amount to i strengthen control of the Boaid only _ million, which ot Grain Commissioners the exception ot nnlbon in J9iH will be tile lowest the Second World War. A problem slill plaguing Ihe industry is the cost price squeeze which economists say has reached critical propor- tions. Prairie grain producers, said io be among the most efficient in the world, with their capacity to over-produce have caused low and unstable incomes com- pared with other segments of I in uram 1 the movement and markleing since: of grain_ A study has also been initiat- ed to consider the grain-hand- ling and transportation systcm, considered by many to be an- tiquated. While the industry still was wrestling with these develop- ments, the federal government in November outlined a new policy for Ihe prairie grain in- dustry. It is designed to level out the boom-and-bust income Ihe economy. for irie producers b mak. Ihis was a major concern ing wheat ]ess of a preferred Ihe federal report on Ihe future) crop thus easing the pressure 01 .ssswzr I and creaie report was the result of a two- spuT The government announced it wanted reaction from the indus- try, but intends to introduce year study by a five-man com- mittee and it made 13 recom- mendations. MUST CONTROLLED SHERMAN Passed away in Carmangay on Monday. De- cember 21, 1970. following a short illness, Allwrt Sherman, al the age of 84 years, of Barons, beloved husband of Ihe late Mrs. Minnie Sherman. Born in Fingal. North Datota in 1886, the late Sherman tanestearied to the Nobleford district in 1907, and farmed tllere until retiring to Barons in Survivors include five sons. Herman and Andy, both of Nobleford, Albert of Fort Tvlaeleod, B e n of Sedalia and Henry of Barons; mree daugh- ters. "Mrs. P. (Hilda) Liptak of Picture Butte and Mrs. J. (Marie) White and Mrs. R. (Dorothy) Lange, both of Claresholm; twenty-two grand- children and two great-grand- children; one sister, Mrs. J. (Mary) Schlcgal of Fingal, North Dakota and two brolh- ers, Henry Sherman of Norlh FUNERAL ASHCROFT Funeral ser- vice for Helen Mary Ashcroft, beloved wife of George Ash- ci-ofl of 1112 27th St. S. who died in the city Dee. 21, at the age of -Wl years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday. Dec. 24, 1970, in the 10th" Ave. LDS Chapel with Bishop Leo L. Davidson officiating. Pallbear- ers were Jack, Scolt. Bill, Joe Jock and Jerry Kinniburgh. Interment was in ihe Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS For what it meant 10 lose you. j Rhone Valley. A blizzard hit Ihe no one will ever know. remembered a n d greatly missed bv bis wife Edna. -..ijj southeastern Drome and Ar- deehe regions, forcing thou- The report said surpluses must controlled by remov- ing production drastically; government should grad'u- eliminate financial thai ally program and subsidies, aid and that fanners should be moved out of Ihe industry. For its part the federal gov- sands lo seek refuge and cutting eminent, concerned about the off several villages. growing amounts of unsold ln (he century blanketed northern italy, disrupting traffic but Some of the worst snowfalls of grain, announced its Lower In- 'ou on- of William, who passed way December 29. 1969. To hear your voice, to you smile To sit and talk with awhile. To be together in the same old way Would be our dearest wish remembered and sadly missed bv Jeanetle ventory for Tomorrow Lift pro- gram early hi the year. bringing smiles lo ski enlhusi-1 The government said the one- 1601 asts. year-only program achieved ils Many provinces of Spain shiv- the worst snowfall and lowest temperatures for many years and authorities blamed deaths. BOON To all our friends who helped make our Silver Wedding so successful happy Thank you. and Joyce. and SATO We wish- to express our heartfelt thanks to our many relatives and friends who and Joe and Billy. Susie, Aaron. randchildren the conditions for the goal of reducing Hie amount of wheat grown in 1970 by 50 per cent. Wheat production during the legislation in the spring. During the year farm organ- izations emphasized the need for better market-prospect in- formation and communication between the government and producers. But they were split on the method. The Canadian Federation of Agriculture advocated co-opera- tion for improving communica- tion bill the militant National Farmers Union urged more di- rect action to improve the farm- er's lot. As the industry enters the new year, it is obviously show- ing much more caution over the latest upsurge in exports than it did during 1964 and 19S6 when EMOTION MOTION-You'd have lo say that Mrs. Marilyn Smith is a rabid wrestling fan as she goes through tho motions of combat on ihe sidelines. After emotionally and physically carrying her favorile to vic- tory she leans back exhausted. Her husband, Bob Smith is a high school wrestling coach in Wray, Colorado. including the Simplon, SI. Gol- Ellie a n d I Great st- Bernard. ij I Forecasters predicted more Dakota and Adam Sherman of I were so kind to us and sent Montana. Requiem1 expressions of sympathy, flow-1 be celebrated on Thursday at ers, koden and during ou a.m. in SI. Mary's] r e c e n t bereavement of our Ca.tholic Church, Barons, with m o t h e r, grandmother and WRIGHT In memory o. our mother, mother-in-law ant grandmother, who passed awaC December 29. 1969. A million limes we've needed you, A million times we've cried. If love could have saved ynu You never would have died. It broke our hearts lo lose you, Bui you did nol go alone, For part of us went with' you The day God called you home. remembered by Fran- cis and Al Ashcroft: 'Dennis, Gordon and Fred. 1-1-17 Rv. Father Pat O'Donoghur celebrant Mr. Sherman will be forwarded lo Fingal, North Da- kota for interment in the fam- ily plot. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Di- rectors of Funeral Service. great-grandmother. A special! thank you to the doctors of Ihe Haig Clinic. Your kindness will always be appre- ciated. .Sam T. Sato, Fred and Fudge C1828 j Uchida, Tad and Esther Kita- guclii, Tom and Aya Kuwabara. Michio and Eileen K i m o t o, grandchildren. Christopher Ita- ham H70J New tobacco stamp plan 1 I w-fc'ftif announced CHRISTMAS CARDS To all our friends a Merry Chrisl- -Tom, Valerie and Allen. Calgary OTTAWA (CP) The depart-! inent of national revenue today j Vel'atives a Merrv announced revisions in its ex-1 mas 'Happy New Year cise lobacco slamp system to1 make the slamps more informa- tive for consumers and easier for producers to use. Effective Jan. 1. slamps will lie available to licensed manu- facturers in denominations of minces rather than in fractions of pounds. i or.v oi our dear daughter, sister expressing of weight al1111- -Mrs, i Midge i IN MEMORIAMS 1'AHAllA In iovin rarely used numerical denomi- nations such as one-thirteenth Iwo-fil'tecnths and t w o -n i n e-1 Iccnths of a pound has made il I extremely difficull for the con- sumer to know precisely the! quantity he has purchased, I he I department stated. range from one ounce to five j pounds. Cigar stamps will be is- ftied in denominations of hvo.' five, eigiif, Id. 2o, 30, 50! and The change will also reduce1, ihe number ot shapes of tobacco i'tamps to three. At present -stamps arc available in a lai-'-e December 19fiH. December comes UKiGIlT In ory