Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
JJ2 THF irTHBRIOGE HEFIAIP Mnirnry 11. 1973 CJ, Italian parlies bicker DEATHS DEATHS ;ifss. Mr. n.mii'l K'.-uir. ii'. ;ufo of 7'2 vcar-. haiKl cf Mrs Rou'r. nf 7lh S Tlu- fu- nf-r.'il wili lir dcld ;n I -iM'I p in in F'.cth.'ur. i "nun'li, u .Manfri'il rjiuhiMist'O Ir.lmiifni fifl'Mu :n MnunUiin f-'riends rr specis ;n M.'-rtin RIAL Si. V, phi'in- M A K T I N BROS. ITIX. DiriH-U'-rs "f Fn- ncral Son'icr. CIO! IVs.-H rr.-. ihc on Tutv-d.-iy. Keb .'i. im'. a hrici Min'iel S. The fnn'Tn! uiil lioki nn Sii ill in .Mai-iin DTTIOVA1, CHAPKL. ?.i Avenue S., Mr. N o l.i I e officiating. in Moiijiiain Cemetery. Friend? may their ;U MARTIN BROS. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL. 812 3 Avenue S. i Courtesy parking at Uic rear of ch TMARTIN BROS. LTD.. Di- rectors nf Funeral Forvire IVESTOV ficorpe. ni on Wednes- day, Februan 'Jib, 1972. the age of oft son o' Mrs. Sarah 'Wcsinn of ston. Mr. was in Cardston and rerutvud cation in I lie Sihools ston. a of the Royal Canadian Air dnr- the Second Wor'.l War. His fatlier. picdf" cased him, Mr. Thoma- W-'tlon. a long time rc'-'i-'lrnl of and ivri] known for his construct inn in I hat. d's- rrict. Tic Iws 'n moum his passLng. 'u'-i'les his inc mother. Iv.n I'roMicrs. Tcrl ;ind Jack both fnrdsion nnrl a sister, Mrs. Neil 'Eva) Miller- of Vanrcuver. Funej'al .-cnices1 ivill lip held in HIP Chri.stenpcn Chapel in Cards ton on Mnn- day, February Mih at 1 p.m.. i mth Bishop Don Shaw official-, ing. Inlenncnt will follou- in the Family Plot in trr Card- .ston Cvmotcn. CHRISTEN- SEN S A L M 0 N Fl-XERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Tu- neral ClOfi on 1. Mr. Adam vi'd husband et Mil Avr. N. M-.mui'nicnts v. ill he .III> i- 1 uht'ii completed. ;TIN flltdS. l.TD Direc- ijiicral ice. 1 1 0 CiKirlt-s Henry, a'v.iy in eity. Tliurs- .-''ruiiry Ifllh, a! (M n.'i yeai's, hrlnveil of Mrs. Murul ,1 10 Avc. S. Mr. -'.as burn in Alu'idi'en- -.'oilar.d, Srpteinbri1 Jl, ciune lo L'anadn in .nij fur four vears in from the1 re he 10 Harlem. Montana, !'t- look un a lunnestrad. i lie niovetl to Allwrifi iim his own business as a i h a n i e operating his ;.L.v When Jhe First World i't'-ko out ho enlisted -in Battalion arid pcrvcr! in tlie sceord i.iion as a Q.M.S. He was mnrnrd lo Murial Josephine i -Inly Hilh, 1S1-12. [lej leave-- 10 moum his passing be-; 'if Inviny Murial; me iii'-cr. Mrs. Viola Elizabeth ('ripper; of Rock Glen. Sask. airl a nenhe-.v, Mr. Bill Clark cf Pah) Rpi Calif. Funer- Cervices be held in the riirisUMisi'ii Chapel on Satur- day I2th at p.m v.i'h E, R. Doyle official- inc Inienncnt vill in Field of Honor in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. CHRIS- 1 TENSION SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Serriee. C107 HdMK (API Polilicnl oli- sonor.s 1'iTsiik'iit Giovanni l-a.nc nni-sl early I'leclmn.s for a new piirlian'.dnl following Ihr- failure of Giulio Androolli to put 'inolhfT cenLrc-lcfl Kuvrrnnu'iil. AijdiTOtli, ;i Christian Demo- crat, had IrUtl sini't1 la.st Salur- day fonn Italy's ICIrd i-nhincl in a at- nimed (ii improved 1) M l) N (CP) A study i.s heing conduct- ed for the provincial govern- ment into the formulation of belter planned nnd rrore effi- cient ni u n i L- i pal budgctling, .M u n i c i p a 1 Affairs Minister Dnu1 Russell says. lie said l.he. report fi'om the study eventually could form i he basis of further studies by the emnient and munici- palhies. The study i.s being conducted ijy Irwick-Curric, a Toronto- based management consulting firm and a report is expected m about a month. Olson favors nature over chemical use MEDICINE HAT (CP> It's possible to be over zealous in j restricting the use of chcir.i- crJs ui agriculture, says H. A, Olson, federal agriculture ruin- 1 tempi lo strive off cue year curly. Bu; Ins efforts proved fruitless in Uie fact- (if bickering among four par- tics that have lonnt-d I he gov- ornmenr. Fnr n dcradr. Normally n m'w U'oiild not IK- L'lirlcd uiilil Ihe .sprjng of (ibservers be- lieve elections lin.i .'.priiig "'ill i result in fur the iioiM-'as- i dsLs and other who have been calling fur more law and order in a nation hnsrl by labor u n r e s I, HivnipInymeiH and a badly economy. In local and elections i last Juno. Iho dou- bled tlieir vole. The run-ent political Innnoil began in December u lien thn Christian Democrats, I I a I 's i largest pnrl.y, and the Snciali.-is. i No. 2 parly in Ihc coaliiion, spin over the presidency iJint i a Christian Dcniot-rai. finally won. LVTENSiriHs SIM.IT Tim intcn.sificfl ence between Uie NIC Christian DC j the kifti.st j lion over the divorce law and what lo do about ilu1 rconomio situation. Italy's first divoio' u.'is approved by parliament a year ago despite strong opposition from the church-harked Chris-1 lian Democrats. Mniv than a j million Catholics have peli-. tioncd Tor a refnondum Ibcy hope will annul the law. and Ihu Supremo Court rulfd the referendum Put no parly appears lo want the vote because of (he angn.. umo- tional divisions il is arlain lo i produce. And Mi" politicians j have been unable lo nn a compromise lav. to delay the referendum. While politicians planned for, elections, extremisls of Ihc left and right battled in several cit- ies, and Ihrec bombs exploded in Milan during Ihe mghl. In (tome, lefli.st yotilJis brake into an office of the Italian So- cial Movement. Hie nco-Fasci.sl J parly, and fmight with parly members. Police arrested four i of Ihe haulers. Kasdsl-Com- r.iunisl fighLs were repurlcd m other cities. Charge laid i an extortion attempt case POWELL RIVER, B.C. i'CP) Konslanlinus Issoghoh. of i Powell River Thursday was; charged wilh allcmptinrj to ex- lorl from CP Air afler a bomb was dismantled Friday al Vancouver International Air- port. HC.MP from Powell River, about fJO miles north of Vancou- VLT, and the Vancouver suburb of Richmond arrested Issoplios at bis home Wednesday night after a six-day investigation. An anonymous caller phoned CP Air Friday warning dial i bombs had been planted at (ho i _ great' for sport oiMov.Ti. airport and in a jet plane. n iCanada's trade surplus down O'lTAWA (CP) Can-Ida's in December were billion, producing a inonthly Irade surplus of million, Sl.ilislics Canada reporLs. The .surplus was down, how- ever, from Iho mark of mUlion. Almost all the decline came in Canada- declined to billion from billion. Im- ports from Britain grew lo million from mil- lion. K.VIHII l.s of wheat, hmiber, pa .s.s c n j; e r aulomobiles and motor vehicle parts increased substantially in 1971, while ex- L'.S. Irade, which produced a pjrts dropped for iron ores, cop- surplus of million in DC- per and aircraft. cember, 1971, and S22I.3 million for December, 1970. impovls of crude petroleum, motor vehicle parts, new sedans Tolal imports for December i vehicle engines were billion, showed substantial increases, imporLs of aircraft and We For all of 1971, imports were I 515. ti billion, up from bil- 1 lion tlic previous year while ex- j c rosc ports to billion jn mlh from SO bill-on. million tho year before. Despite Bovernmcnt. L d to encourage 1 be export of man- from mmm ufactured goods, crude materi- als formed" 26.0 per rail u( Ca- Iron ores. and nadian cxixirls in I'lTI. up from i scral> rcli lo "32 million from 2C..I percent in j while exports of materials declined lo 33.7 per and alloys also fell, to cent from 3J.4 per cent, while -H75-B mil- end products luercascd lo 49. i 'lon- per cent from 47.8 per cent. Cnide pel roleum impoits in- Favorable 1970 trade balances creaiMl I" O'-l million from with Japan and West Germany Irlll'on- turned into deficits in 1971. Ini- Uo11' imports and exports of Friday warning dial i (app made of jiffv wool i from Japan increased lo I aiilomobilcs, mainly under Iho .IORJ, (jpp jJi. nimion from mil.iCanada-U.S. milo pact, contm- sbai-p rise tliat has been evident since Uie pact was sipi fd in 19Go. Kxporls of passenger autos and chassis increased to S2.12 billion from 51.74 billion, while __ I lion, while cxpoi'ls to Japan de- clined lo million from pounds was Inter found in an J through cables. I'Yinge. Make j 58l2'fi airport locker and dismantled short version one color. Pat-! Trade Minister Jean-Luc by an explosives expert. Lcrn Tl'lT' directions i PpPln lasL ft'oni Three CP Air flights were S V K N T Y FIVE lrado misslon lo -IaPan hailed and baggage Was Ccnins) for each patlern (no to "-cdiice Japanese bar-, exporls of vehicle parts searched as a precautionary stanips please )-oid 15 cents to Canadian.good... increased to Pi. 003 billion Ii-om measure, but no other bombs for'each paliern for first-class were found. No money was paid mailing and special handling' lo Ihc caller. RCMP seid Issotfhos was lo be brought to Vancouver and TIIK M-JTHBRTpGE HERALD would appear in provincial Readers Mail Limiled court at Richmond, B.C., whcro i 60 Front. Street West Ihe airport is located. I Toronto J. (Mnano million. grew'to M29.4 million in 1971 i Imports of motor vehicle from 5370.9 million in 1970, j parts grew lo sj.885 billion from while exports lo West Germany Sl.fiS billion, while sedans incj-eascd to bilh'on from million and motor vehicle fell to 5319.1 million from S3D7.0 million. Canada maintained its large j engines increased to 6 mil- I trade surplus with Britain, al-' lion from .1374.3 million. CARDS OF THANKS "J have tremendous faiih in nature's capability to cleanso herself." he told a regional planning seminar. The minister said he a "reasonable and optimum level of interfcr- IMKKK 1 wish to thank icncc nature." Ihe doctors, niirecs nnd staff of But he opposes measures SI Michael's Hospital for the m i g h I reject technical kindness shown mo while a pa- i advances in developing chenu- ticiu (here. Also to my dear I cals to aid Ihe productJou of faniilv and friends for visits.' my heart- i Economic factors and com- nnd ..loulrletl nnUr rupv White Stag Ski Pants 9.99 Reg. Ovrr Ilin hont -.lylrs, low mh. Innei Mrnp nf Ivoiy Mrrlch mninrjnl. fly I'onl. Mndc with lycrn fnr Ore led nnd Ordnqlh. While Stag Ski Pants Rrg. I Mado of (nhrk. .Tlno Hrlnnro, 4n'n lycrn. (Wo Roynn for Mipn ilrrlcli and wntci repel In ncy. Ovnr Ilin l.ool slylc. 01 ALI'I'Y COSTS AT S STORE HOURS Open Dnily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thundoy nntl Fritloy s) n.m. lo p.m. Conlrp Village. Telciphono 328.7331.