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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Fabruary THE LETMMIDQE HERALD Dateline Alberta Former Albertan killed EDMONTON (CP) A 20- year-old former Edmonton mining exploration worker who was returning to his home in Kamloops, B.C. after 18- months in Australia and New Zealand was among nine Canadians killed in this week's crash of a Pan American Airlines jet in Pago Pago, American Samoa. David Killips, who was born and raised in Edmonton, was among 95 passengers and crew to die when the Boeing 707 jet went down in dense jungle short of the Pago Pago runway Wednesday night. A family spokesman said Mr. Killips had been on "an extended holiday" in Australia and New Zealand and was returning home when the crash occurred. His father and mother, Elmer and Willa Killips of Kamloops, are believed to have moved from Edmonton to B.C. about a year ago. Edmonton office opened Try Won You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH.JOIES HEARING AID SERVICE RfflEY OPTICAL Phont 326-5447 Mother cries Cambodian mother cries as she waits with her two children for help in evacuating her belong- ings from the southern part of Phnom Penh where much of a week- long Khmer Rouge artill- ery barrage had struck. EDMONTON (CP) The federal Department of Industry, trade and commer- ce opened the fifth office of counselling assistance to small enterprises (CASE) Friday in Edmonton. The Edmonton office was opened by Lubor F. Drahotsky, assistant deputy minister for industrial policies in Ottawa. It follows pilot projects in Winnipeg and Montreal and the opening of offices in Vancouver in November and Regina Thursday. The CASE program provides management assistance to small enterprises which are unable to hire management specialists because of a basic management structure or lack of resources. William Newbigging, former manger of the Bank of Montreal main office in Edmonton, is co-ordinator of the new office. Wetaskiwin sale pending WE HAVE MOVED Kava I at MEDICAL SUPPLY LTD. D Wheelchair and Crutch D Cera SuppIlM o Reeplratori D Orthopaedic Brceea ami D Surgical Stocklnga MBaTeciofny iiuuifje a Oetomy 0 Clinic and HeapHal auppftoe HOSPITAL Aa of February let OUR NEW ADDRESS 1016-1st Ave. South Alberta T1J OB1 Please Clip Out for Handy Reference EDMONTON (CP) Final documents for the sale of a privately-owned home for multi-handicapped children in Wetaskiwin to the Alberta government have not been signed, an official in the health and social development department said Friday. Bruce Rawson, senior deputy minister, said the sale of Welwyn Manor to the province has been agreed to in principle, but cautioned that papers have not been signed and either side could back out of the deal. Mable Helen Peters, owner of the hpme, said earlier in the day that the sale had been made. Puppy dies in freezer EDMONTON (CP) One week ago, Angela Leibel returned home to find her house ransacked, dishes broken, furniture upset, and a watch, some jewelry and a seven-week old Beagle puppy called Snoopy missing. Days later Mrs. Leibel found the puppy a pet she acquired for her 10-year-old daughter Darlene curled up inside a pillowcase, frozen to death inside the family freezer. "I can't believe someone would actually do she said after telling police she had found the puppy. "It hurt us so bad, upset us so much. It had to be a crazy person or some darn thing." Phosphate shortage hasn't hit Alberta EDMONTON (CP) A phosphate shortage that has Alberta cattlemen worried about inadequate supplies of mineral supplements hasn't seriously hit the province yet, Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer said Friday. Dr. Homer said feed manufacturers have enough phosphate on hand to produce complete feeds, protein supplements and other products such as range cubes. The phosphate shortage in Canada and the United States is expected to last several months. "Dairy and beef producers will be affected by the shortage, but there are some methods by which they can minimize the impact of the Dr. Homer said hi a statement. Humanity faces catastrophe ROME (Reuter) Leaders and representatives from several countries gather in Austria nexi week to discuss warnings that humanity faces catastrophe unless new controls are developed. The warning has been sounded by the Club of Rome, which is composed of scientists, economists, managers, busi- nessmen and intellectuals from various countries and devoted to educating people to change ominous trends in social and in- dustrial growth. Chocolate balls recalled OTTAWA (CP) The health .department has ordered withdrawal from the market of Regent brand milk chocolate balls. The candy has been found by the health protection branch to be contaminated with a rare micro-organism which has caused several cases of gastrointestinal illnesses in Canada and United States, the department said in a news release Friday. Consumers are advised to discard opened packages of the chocolate and return unopened packages INSTALLATION HUMIDIFIERS 1709 2ml ht. S. 328-5973 o GO FOR THE MONEY GALQARJT STAMPEDE CHUCKMON SWEEPSTAKE TOP WAGON TICKET WINS 3rd 4th 5th 16th'SOOach Ticket-holders on wagons aA 1st Prize. each BUYTHEMKIBMK Hww wnd by ntum: WOO, Calgary. AlWrto, Canada SKI __________Hdwta at SI ......-----------3-tkfcM BwtM Pala S5 Mch mldt CMOAIT STAMRDC. Nairn............................................................................... total No...... tun im UNI! count srnnu JUT us o o o o o o o o o'o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o presents ana Sjcxui h e r n Ca I i to mi a East en 4 exciting tours to choose from. Departing Calgary either April 11 or April 12 on Hughes Airwest Sundance Jet, and returning April 20 or April 21, depending on the tour select A Detection of 4 outstanding hotels all within close walking distance of Disneyland. 2 days at Disneyland to come and go as you please, plus fifteen attractions. Escorted bus tours to: Universal Studios, Knotfs Berry Farm, Japanese Village, Busch Gardens, Lion Safari, plus a Jull day to San and other surprises. Ask for our colourful brochure at your travel agent's. The Sunday Hour SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd This to ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CHOIR VANDER KOOY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10th ALLIANCECHURCH CHOIR LOEWEN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17th Coaldale Mennonite Conference Choir FALK CJOC-TV Channel to p.m. and to 12 midnight Presented By MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL HOMES LTD 2nd GENERATION FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND ADMIN3STRATWE COUNSELLORS FOR PRE-ARRANGEMEM1 (Authorized by the Alberta Government Security Commissions) THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 70313th Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South WW IS OUR Sisa YEAR Member cr) A f O S (Associated Furwtf Directors Service') A Wfria-WWe Cwrmeetwi ;