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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 t s S f J CM "Hi 1 0 W Unanki, for Libert CALGARY (CP) The federal Liberal party would take six of 19 Alberta seats in parliament if a general election was held today, says the party's provincial campaign chairman. But Blair Williams, former assistanl lo Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson, said he expects the party will be challenging closely in every seat by the time the elcclion is held. "The silualion in the city seals is good right he said in an interview. "Bui there is a lag in the country that we will have to work on." The federal liberals now hold four seats in Alberta. TRUDEAU NO. 1 TARGET In a short speech to the Calgary North Federal Liberal Association, Mr. Williams told an audience of 150 that oposition parties are now slopping up criticism of Prime Minister Trudeau. 'It is a sensible stralegy for them and one they were advised to pursue some time ago. Ho is our strongest asset and that's where criticism should be directed. "We as Liberals have lo expect criticism of Trudeau in the campaign of his failings, BIRTHS McNAB Born to Mr. am Mrs. David McNab of For Macleod, a son, Bryce Join David, on February 4th, 1972 a SI. Michael's Hospital, 8 Ibs 4Vi ozs. A first grandson for Mr Ece. McNab. 701 DAVIES Born to Const, am Mrs. David Davies of Milk Hiver, a son, Ryan David Me Nab, on February Blh, 1972 a St. Michael's Hospital. Weigh 6 Ibs., 13 ozs. Mrs. Davies i the former Donna McNab o Fort Macleod. A second grand son for Mr. Reg. McNab. OF THANKS PENIIOSE Thank you to tire doctors, nurses and stalf o: Border Counties Hospital and all who remembered me with cards and phone calls during my recent stay in the hospital. Thanks sincerely, Mrs. Elmer (Edna) Penrose We wish to express our thanks to oui friends, relatives and neighbors, who helped us by expressing then; sympathy in so many ways during our recent bereavement; also the doctors, nurses and staff at the Mtrr.icipal Hospital who were so kind and thoughtful during his short illness. Mrs. Walkingshaw, Rita, Celia and Darwin. DEATHS WOOD Eva Eugenia, pass ed away in Cardston on Wednesday, February 16th 1572, at the age of 86 years beloved wife of the late Mr Albert L. Wood of Hillspring Funeral arrangements will announced when completed CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. I wish to express my sincere thanks r..id appreciation to the following: for gifts and also liiose who entertained me at the time of my retiremenl from St. Michael's Hospital: Administrator, Sister M. Clarissa and Sisters of St. Michael's Hospital. Sister Mary of CaU'ary faculty end staff, St. Michael's School of Nursing. Mr. and Mrs. D. O'Connell, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Connell, Mr. ard Mrs. Douglas Paterscn. Student nurses at S t. Michael's School of Nursing. Miss Jean Galbrailh. Mrs. Scanley Shaw. Mrs. Iris Mossey. St. Michael's Hospital Staff. Reverend Father B. Field. I also wish to thank my many friend and relatives for all ths beauliful cards. Mary O'Connell. SWINNEY James Robert of Glenwood, passed away sud denly in Prince George, B.C on Tuesday, February 15th 1972. at the age of 78 years, beloved father of Mrs. Don Zief fie cf Glenwood, Alberta. Fu Eeral arrangements will be an nounced when c o m p leted CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD., Di rectors of Funeral Service. C217 EELY Passed away in the citv on Sunday, February 13 1872, following" a brief illness Mr. George William Eely, a the age of 81 years, of 1706 17 Avenue S., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Christine Eeely The funeral service will be hel< on Friday at p.m. in Mar tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. E. R Doyle officiating. Cremation will follow. Friends may paj their respect at Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue South. Phone 323-2361 (Courtesy parking at the rear of the In lieu of flow ers friends may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C215 NEGREY Passed awaj suddenly in Edmonton on Monday, February 14, 1972, Mr. Thomas Bernard Negrey, at the age of 41 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Negrey of 13932 90th St. Edmonton. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Friday at a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, wth Rev. Father P. A. T c s s i c r celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Cal-varv Section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. sewage systems okayed EDMONTON (CP) Approval for more than 56.7 million worth of water and sewage systems was issued by (he Alberta environment departmenl during January. A department news release today said the largest approval was for the city of Edmonton's 1972 sewer construction program, valued at million. Another approval was for a utility system at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary, valued at million. Under Alberta law, construction of any "plant, structure or thing" that may cause pollution must be approved by the depart-mcnl before work begins. MEMORIAMS PENDER In memory of a friend, Hugh Pender, who passed away February 17, 1970. remembered by Al, Yvonne and family. 7031 ZEMEK In loving memory of a dear husband, Joe, who passed away February 17, 1970. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die. Precious forever are memories of you, Today, tomorrow, and all life tlirough. remembered by his wife Rita. started on gas system CALGARY (CP) Sulpelro of Canada Lid. says construction has started on a million gas gathering and processing system in the Birch Lake-Man-ville area of east central Alberta. The system will have a capacity of about 50 million cubic feet a day and service 60 gas wells in a six township area. Most of the gas is under contract to TransCanada Pipe Lines Ltd. and deliveries are scheduled to begin June 15. Bulk of gas reserves in the area are estimated in the range of 260 to 300 billion cubic feet. The system will include wellhead facilities, gathernig lines, compressors and processing and melering equipment In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Anna Wihnan, who passed away February 17, 1967. Sweet memories will linger forever. Time cannot change them, it's true: Years thai may come cannot sever Our loving remembrance of you. Ever remembered and sadly missed by her husband, Dan. daughters and their families. OLSON" John, passed away in Ciaresholm on Tuesday, Feb-rrary 15lh. 1972 at the age cf 9.1 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Anna Marie Olson of Lethbridge. Mr. Olson was born in Sweden on June 1K78 and when he came to Canda worked on farms in the Ciaresholm district, for a number of years and then lookup on a homestead in the Mamiwrries District, where he lived until moving lo Leth-bridgc. Here he worked for the Irrigation Company for many years before he retired; he continued to live in Lethbridge until illness necessitated hospi-falizalicn. He leaves lo mourn h's rassing two daughters, Mrs. Philip (Alma) Hclgerson of Raymond and Mrs. Ellen Swcclnam of Calgary: 22 grandchildren. 7fi prcat-grand-children and 10 great-greatgrandchildren, lie was predeceased by his wife. Anna Marie and a daughter, Hannah and a grandson, Stuart Robinson. Funeral services will he held in the Christensen Chapel on Friday. February ift'.h al 2 p.m., xvit.li Rev. Leon Zimmerman of-ficating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Areh-m o u n t Memorial Gardens. CIlRfSTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. to winter work j grants urged RiED DEER (CP) The prairie provinces are discriminated againsl under the federal government's winter initiatives program, Mayor R. E. Barrett said today. Due lo extreme winter weather conditions, the prairie provinces were not able to make maximum use of whiter works grants because outdoor construction was impossible, the mayor said in an infenicw. The prairies should have at least one or two additional months to receive the same advantages under winter works, he said. In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, who passed away on February 17, 1970. Each year Ihe leaves may wither. Each evening the sun may sot, But the hearts that loved and lost, you Are the hearts thai will never forget. remembsred and sadly missed by Carolyn, Bren-da, sons-in-law, Len and Jcey, and grandchildren. capsule used by drug members EDMONTON (CP) A police undercover agent testified Tnosdav that members of his drug squad are issued capsules filled with cough medicine for use in tight situations. Constable R. J. McKay said that when an undercover narcotics agent gcl.s into a position where he is under pros-sure to take dnigs with his companions, he takes the dummy capsule. At po' parlies and on other occasions when marijuana is being smoked, undercover agents are instructed lo pinch the end of the marijuana cigarette and simulate Ihe inhaling of smoke, he said. The consl-ablo was at the trial of Floyd Cardinal, who, the undercover agent said, sold him a capsule thai was found lo contain Cardinal was found guilty of trafficking in LSD and was remanded for a prc-sentcnce fishing officers fined ANCHORAGE. Alaska (AP) Fines totalling S2SO.OOO were assessed here against three Soviet fishing officers and two Russian vessels seized in the Bering Sea last month inside the U.S. contiguous fishing zone. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PUUSS Ernie Howness, 94, one of the leaders in the development of Allxrta's power and 3as ulility syslcms. London, Ixird Sieff. R2, iro.sidonl of the mulli-niillion-lollar Marks and Spencer department store chain and a cading Zionist, who joined the irm in 1915. FUNERAL HOBBIXS Funeral service for Harry Robbins. who died 1'V.i. 13, 1972, was held al a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1972, in 81. Michael's Roman Catholic Church wilh Rev. M. Hagcl officiating. Pallbearers were lldi Bennett, Bob Neish, Lylc Noble. Wayne Snrpp. Lynn S'uckey and Fritz Wulh. was in Ihe Fairvicw Com-< Ifry. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pinchcr Creek, was in charge of (ho --------------------------------------------Thursday, February 17, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 GM may produce rotary engine his arrogance and his personal- ity. We have to get to the root DETROIT (Renter) Gen- eral Motors Corp. is considering 1 mass production of the Wankcl j rolary engine for a family of small cars, auto industry sources said Wednesday. of these crilicisnvi and then do An indication of GM's present something about them. intensions was provided by Dr. The M-year-okl former poli- David Cole, an associate profes- sional slippery sections. SOT of engineering at the Uni- tical science instructor said: Mr. Trudeau's "strong creative j leadership together with the j Al'SOll SUSpCClCtl high degree of involvement and 1 democracy he has encouraged" has subjected the country to strains that were not present in the past. in third fire 'at school vcrsity of Michigan and son of GM President fidward Cole. In an interview. Dr. Cole said: "I wouldn't surprised lo pee 5GO.OOO rotary engines op- erating throughout the country by the end of 1975, and by J980, I wouldn't be surprised if it is the predominant pov.cr plant in the United Stales." I GM has a five-year licensing I agreement' with the European patent holders of the Wankel en- ginc, a power plant that is con- siderably smaller than the con- ventional engine. The Wankel uses triangular- luxury car that would be about tile size of a Mercedes sedan. Other GM divisions would use the engine, according to indus- try observers, in conroact cars Mounlmn valley lo be explored Returns in lime for his own funeral LA CORUNA. (Reu- ter) Merchant seaman Manuel Carb.iU.cda returned home today in time for his own funeral. The 32-year-old sailor fell overboard from ths Panama- nian vessel San Salvador as it passed through Malacca Straits nesrly a meiilh ago. When the ship arrived in Bangkok the captain reported him missing and presumea dead. But after spending more than 50 hours in the watsr, Csrballeda was picked up by a Japanese cargo ship aid taken to Bombay, where he was in hospital unconscious for 18 days. After his recovery he flew to Paris, then Madrid, and finally to this northwest- ern port city. CALGARY (CP) The pos- sibility of arson was being in- vestigated Wednesday following the third fire at Bishop Pink- ham Junior High School since Dec. C. Fire Marshall Rupert Binion said a fire which caused damage Tuesday appeared to be "straight vandalism." It took firemen more than three hours lo control the blaze which had been contained to an ert room. A fire al the school Dec. 6 caused damage and an- other 10 days later caused 5300 j damage. shaped pistons which rotate in- side a combustion chamber where fuel is ignited, exhausted and more fuel is injected in one cycle. A conventional engine op- erates in an up and down mo- tion of pistons. A two-rotor Wan- kel is reported to be equivalent to a six-cylinder convenlional engine. Auto induslry sources report General Motors is developing a family of front-wheel drive cars to use the Wankle, including a small car .similar to tho Chevro- about the size of the Pontiac Ventura and the soon-to-be in- troduced Oklsmohile Omega. Ford is the only other U.S. aulo maker with a Wankel lic- ence, held by a German subsidi- ary, and a Ford executive vice- president. William Ir.nes, chal- lenged GM's reported plans to mass-produce the engine. He said he does not believe the will be produced in the United Elates in significant tnbcrs until 1974. HOUSTON, Tex. (Reutcr) Japan's Toyo Kuayo firm al- Apollo 17, final mission cf the ready is mass producing Wan- United Stales mocn-landing pro- j kels for its Mazda line, gram, will explore a valley :gpi mountain Jon called Taurus-Lit- Irow in December, the space j agency announced today. The Ir.unch is scheduled for Dec. 6 at-the earliest. I The lending site lies about ?0 decrees north and 30 degrees j cast of the centre of the moor, as viewed from earih. Its selec- tion followed intensive study of j high-resolution photographs taken by the Apollo 13 mission last July. 17 will be commanded may wives for Store gutted VALHALLA (CP) Fire de- stroyed a combined general Store and residence in this com- munity 40 miles northwest of Grande Prairie. The owners, 'Ethnic groups' term banned bv office Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rhode, es-1 terms cultural communities caped. I cultural groups. OTTAWA (CP) The term "ethnic groups" is banned in State Secretary Gerard Pelle- tier's office. "We have found that cultures olher than Eng- lish and French do not like to be described as 'e t h n i c' the minister said. Mr.. Pelletier said he prefers the j the legislature i let Vega and a small Cadillac j astronnit Eugene A. Cernan. Geologist Harrison (Jack) Echmitt will accompany him lo PC candidate !lho surfsre while E- j bvans pilots Ihe command ship in lunar orbit. j The nexl moon mission, Anolio 16, is due for launch April 16 to a highlands region won election by 628 voles called Descartes. Mission com- CASTOR. Alia. (CP) Pro-1 mander is Jolm gressive Conservative Graham Harle defeated his Social Credit' opponent Galen Norris by 628 voles in Monday's provincial byclection in StctHer constitu- ency, reluming officer Richard Fritze said Wednesday. I Mr. Frilze released official fi-1 EDMONTON (CP) Bob gures giving Mr. a 40- t Dowling. Alberta tourism mill- Ski promotion money okaved year old SlelUer lawyer, votes to for Mr. Norris. Unofficial returns elect i o n night gave Mr. Ilcrle 2.910 voles and 2.302 for Mr. Norris, s VICTORIA (CP) The Bri- tish Columbia government yes- terday introduced legislation to recognize common-law marria- ges and to give husbands the opportunity lo claim alimony from their wives. Leslie Pet- erson tabled amendments to [the Family Relations Act which will place men and women on an equal footing as far ss maintenance payments are concerned. Uncer present B.C. law, only the wife can claim such pay- j mcnts from her husband. The bill expands the defini- tion of spouse a term for- merly applied only to women so thai "now the male spouse v.ill bs able lo apply for main- tenance." Another change would give I lo step up ski promolion and ;r j 49, Social Credit j advertising lo develop winter I 25 and NDP one. ister. said today will be i common-law wives the right to spent on increased ski promo-1 support money for children tion and tourist advertising. under six years old. Mr. Dowling said the cabinet! The bill defines a child as has passed a special warrant; anyone under the age of for which will be used i the age of consent in and common-law parents are those who have lived together for more than two years. tourism. STORES FORD Now at these Firestone Stores or participating Dealers Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ;