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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CarL Of 3Lnk Jn '.oriamj DEATHS DEATH JOHNSON Passed away at .lamps Taber General Hospital, away in Prince George, day, February 17, 1972, Maurice L. (Ted) Johnson, who on Tuesday, February 15lh, 1972, c( the age of made his home at Nanlon heloved husband of the past 20 years. Survived by his wife, Luvernc; Iwo sons, Herbert, Toronto, Dennis. Inuvik; Iwo daughlers, Patricia Meyer, Taber, Roberta Robinson, Calgary; two brothers, James, Haney, B.C., Robert, Lelh-bridge; Iwo sisters, Frances Tillack, Haney, B.C., Belly Brower, Pincher Creek: seven grandchildren. Memorial service will be held in Nanton United Dale lo be announced. In lieu of donations may he. sent lo Nanton United Church Ethel Thompson Swinney. He leaves to mourn his passing Ihree daughters, Mrs Alden fKathlecn) Reed of Cardston, Mrs. John (Noreen) Campbell cf Pricco Gerege, B.C. and Mrs. Don (Jocclyn) Zieffle ol Glenwood; three sons, Tiyrcn of Ahuotsford, B.C., Willard of Cranbrook and Verdun of Gibson, B.C.; two sisters; 17 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Hs was predeceased by his wife Ethel in 1952. Funeral services will be in the Glenwood L.D.S. on Monday, February at 1 p.m., with Bishop Bonne officiating. In- WOOD Eva will follow in the Glen- passed away in Cardslmi CHKISTEN- Wednesday, February SALMON FUNERAL 1972, at the age of 86 years, LTD., Directors of Fu- loved wife of the lale Albsrt Service. C237 Wood She leaves to mourn passing five daughters, Mrs. Glen (Holly) Fisher of Mrs. Mfilvin (Fay) Wynder Funeral service Bountiful, Utah, Mrs. Mrs. Gertrude Hofman, be- (Isabel) Yfvralcr of -wife of the late Mr. Henry Mrs. Pete (Evelyn) Hofman who died in the of Cardston snd Monday, Feb. 14, 1972, af- John (Iris) Smith of a brief illness at the age of one son, William Del Wood years, was held at p.m. Dallas, Texas; 23 in the Monarch Re- dren and 23 great Church with Rev. John dren. She was predeceased officiating. Pallbear- her husband Albert in 1945 were sons-in-law Garritt by one son, Bruce. Funeral Coraeh'us Van Eg- vices will be held in Ihs John Harbsrs, Sieve Ste- berta Stake Chapel, in George Jackci and Jack ton on Saturday. February Interment was in the at 1 p.m., with Bishop plot in the Monarch Shaw officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., will follow in the of Funeral Service, Cemetery. Friends may in charge of the arrange- the family and pay their spects from 12 noon until to the sen-ice in the Relief Funeral service ciety of the church. Mrs. Annie Foggin, beloved TENSEN SALMON of Mr. James Foggin ol HOME LTD., Direclors of who died there Sun- neral Feb. 13, 1972, after a brief at the age of 75 years, held at 2 p.m. Wednesday the Magralh United Church CHOMOS Passed away at Fsher on Tuesday, February 15 1972, Alex, at the age of Rev. C. Oarnochan officiating. Pallbearers were Ernie Hillmer, Harold Fairies, Ken years. Born at Burros. Sask., January 28, 1922. He Ernie Dalton, Albert Perry and Cecil Helgeson. In- the former Edith Hustak was in Mountain View Lethbridge, March 13. 1944. Mr. Chomos worked on Martin Bros. Ltd., Direclors of Funeral Service, farms in the area and for in charge of the arrange- nadian Sugar Factories campaign time. Survivors include his wife, Edith, Funeral service for parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doris Mary Louise Shaw, Chomos, Taber; two sons, wife of Mr. Earl Vin. vii, Taber, Wilfred, Shaw of 1314 22nd St. S. three daughters, Mrs. died in ths city Sunday, Yautz, Rockyford, Linda, 13, 1972, after a long ill- nipeg and Mrs. Melva at the age of 63 years, was Calgary; four grandchildren four brothers, Steve, at a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1G, 1972, in Martin Bros. Mike, Taber, Willard and Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. nest, Lethbridge; four sisters, Mrs. Rosie Siiglie, with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Cremation followed. Mar- Lake, Mrs. Mary Bros. Lid., Directors of Fu- Lethbridge, Mrs. Service, was in charge of Onda, Warner, Mrs. arrangements. Tom, Melbille, Sask. services will be Funeral service from St. Augustine's Devoe Rollins, beloved hus- Catholic Church, Taber on of Mrs. Gwen Rollins and urday, February 13 at of Mr. and Mrs. Roy a.m., with Rev. Father of Cardston who died Hoechka celebrant. Thursday, Feb. 11, will follow in Tr.ber at the age of 50 years, Garden. HUMPHRIES held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, NERAL HOME LTD.. 15, 1972. in the Alberta in charge of Chapel of Ihc LDS Cardslon, with Bishop Gaboon officiating. Pall- were Hugh Caldwell, PUBLIC Randy and Billy Low. Bill Henninger. Harry and 1 Uarrv Scott and Don was in the Cardston Sealed lenders will be received Christensen Salmon proximntely eight inch cement blocks for Ihe conslruclinn cf line Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in dition lo ihe Royal Canadian of the arrangements. Bow Island Branch No. permils. Also, unclt-r separate Funeral service 'loundaliari Mrs. Pearl Ella (Flora) See Mr. R T Hcnkins for plans find cnECificnticns. Tenders close beloved wife of Mr. March ?nd, at p.m., M S.T ml. f'crcllCe 0. OlSOn of 722 ncctpieJ SI. X who died in the city Sal-Rec. T. Hc.-Ains in'd-iv, Feb. 12. 1972, at the Chairman, Du.ld.n, yKm, was a: i.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15. 1372, TENDERS Chrislci'isen Chapel KITCHEN VENTILATION svsTEfA Paster Carl Wcssman LETHBRIDC.E MUNICIPAL Pallbearers were Sealed accord v.'ilh Ihe S. OlSOll. Dennis. Pl'jllip documents 'nr Ihe Walshc, William Barber works, will he received until p .Tames Hnrtv. Tnlprmpnt to the Chairman rl Ihe Conrd in care 1 was jn tno Mountain Cemetery. Christensen Contract documents may he ohlaln- Fllliei'al Home L'd., fd by Mechanical Con'rflc IT....-....! nrac in lors from Rohins Mitchell v.'alson. ol "nei ill SOniCC. Was Architects and Gnninecrs, oih charge of the Street South. OF THANKS Tho family Ihe lale ITnrnld Ilendricks SECTION NO. his four sisters would like COUNTY OF thank their many relatives, NO. and neighbors for all Puhllc Nolice Is hrrchy given kindnesses shown them dur- 1 wilt nltcnd nl Counly Office, 7.M 1.1th Street Soulh, Lothhridnc, Alberta, on Friday, the jsth day of their recent be-roavcment. Thank You' for the lovely flow- 1972, from Ion o'clock In Ihft forenoon until tuvelve o'clock noon, for the cards, food, masses and prayers; lo Ihe hospital dldale.i fnr the oflicrr ot Councillor Irr ntvislnn No nf County of and doctor; to the nall- No. Jfl; tor hivi'lnn No. A ol County lo KM her G. Maricn Lrlhhridoe No. officiating. We will always this uih day ci f euru.ii y, 1977. rcnir.inher your e urnmg rcer Throne speech rapped OTTAWA (CP) Afler T h u r s d a y's throne speech, which took a glowing glance over the entire Canadian spec- trum and promised much more, the four party leadars today will set the stage for what is expected to be a stormy pre- election session of Parliament. Arguments wero flaring in the Commons on opening day Tlursday, just minutes after Gov.-G e n. Roland Michener had completed the throne speech which many feel will launch the government into a spring election cam- paign. But the speech, predictably, didn't impress opposition party leaders. Conservative Leader Robert StanJield, saying it was full of generalities, also added that it attempted to wipe out the gov- ernment's past. And "even I was surprised by the degree of self-satisfac- tion." New Democrat) Leader Da- vid Lewis said the speech con- tained the "hollowness and banalities of people who mere- ly want to hang on to power." SPEECH REPETITIOUS The throne speech, said So- cial Credit Leader Real Couetle, was a repetition of what governments have been saying for a quarter-century. Mr. S.anfield told reporters lhat are going to have to be aggressive." as lie stuck by earlier prediclaons that an election would be held in June. And just a few minutes after (he MPs returned from the Senate chamber where the speech was read, the argu- ments were already flaring. U'ilh support from oilier op- position spokesman, S t a n ley K n o w 1 e s (NDP Winnipeg North Centre) proposed that tradition be changed and an oral question period be held before the House debates the speech. Liberal House Leader Allan J. MacEa.chen accused Mr. Knowles o[ publicity seeking. His suggestion that the motion would be discourteous to the Crown gave Mr. Trudeau the opportunity to accuse the oppo- sition of trampling on the mon- archy. The opening of this fourth session of the 29th Parliament had all the traditional trap- pings of the occasion, includ- ing the Governor-General's in- spection of a guard of honor, a prime minister in morning coat, highly-fashioned ladies, and be medalled security forces. Little new Canadian plane candidate J'or U.S. navy use WASHINGTON (CP) Tlie U.S. navy is looking [or a verti- cal short lakeoff and landing aircraft and the Canadian CL-fil "is at present a candidate" for Lhc role, a navy spokesman says. He said navy and defence per- sonnel who viewed a demonstra- tion of the CL-I14 here Monday 'Svcre interested in its perform- ance and continue to consider it" for the new program. The Americans had requested the display of the tilt-wing craft, which is capable of conventional flight but with wings vertical has a helicopter's capability ol hovering. The is Considered one o[ the most successful of a number of short- cr vertical-takeofl craft developed over the last 10 years in Canada, ihe U.S. and Europe. It was develcpsd by Canadair Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Dynam- ics, in co-operation wilh the Ca- nadian department of defence production. IMPLANT TEETH MILAN, Italy (Reuer) Two new molars have been ce- mented on the jawbone of a 12- year-old lion named Jumbo in an hour-long operation. Jumbo from the anesthetic and tested the new teeth on a large steak. Frldny, February 18, T972 THf HERALD 23 Quebec challenges jobless fund bill QUEBEC (CP) The Quebec government announced Thui's- day it would challenge before the courts Hie constitutionality of federal unemployment insur- ance legislation relating lo sick- ness and maternity benefits. The cabinet made the decision Wednesday, a statement said, afler consultations with employ- ers and employees affected by federal unemployment insur- WINTER EXERCISES Canadian Forces soldiers on a training exercise near Williams Lake, B.C., about 300 miles northeast of Vancouver, march down a snow-covered road as part of the three-day exercise, code-named Op- eration Rapier Thrust II. The exercise followed two weeks of winter warfare training at the army's Chilcolin training area near Williams fake. price on his head TORONTO (CP) Karlelon Lewis Armstrong, 24, bearded student revolutioiiEry with a price on his head, was in Don jail today preparing to fight extradition to (ha United Stales where he faces a murder charge that put him on the FBI's most-wanted list of fugi- tives. R.CMP spokesmen announced Thursday that Armstrong, who had been living and working in Toronto for at least five months, surrendered without a struggle Wednesday night when officers burst into the S18-a-week room he was renting just three blocks from the jail. Last Sunday night, Arm- strong's mugshot was shown at the end of the American-made television series The FBI, which reached Toronto viewers from a Buffalo, N.Y.. TV station. Armstrong's neighbors specu- lated that this may have led to liis arrest, even Ihough the mugshot on TV showed him younger and without a beard. CAME FROM FRENCH The North American bison came to be called a buffalo be- cause early French voyageurs called it le boeuf (the ox) and out of this came the English huffle bnffelo and finally buf- fslo. jRose trial adjourned MONTREAL (CP) Mr. Jus- tice Eugene Margins of Court of Queen's Bench yesterday ad- journed the trial of Jacques Rose'fo March 1 because of the current strike by Quebec prison guards. Rose. 24-year old mechanic, is charged with kidnapping Pierre Lsnorte Oct 10, 1970. Mr. La- porle, then Quebec labor minis- ter, was found strangled a week later. Mr. Justice Marquis ad- journed the trial after defence lawyers Robert Lemieux and Jean-Serge Masse complained they were haling difficulties meeting their client because ol the strike. Earlier Wednesday, the Judge issued an 11-page ruling reject- ing another defence motion to have the current list of jury candidates withdrawn because the list did not include "women and the poor." TEARS UP LAW The rejection prompted Rose to tear up an abridged version of the British North American Acl and throw il at the judge. nnce legislation. The cabinet also dedded, after a long peiiod of hesitation, to extend unemployment insur- ance benefits to all employees of provincial Crown corpora- tions and agencies, Including Hydro-Quebec, the James Bay Development Corp., the Quebec Liquor Board and all members of the civil service. Also coming under the federal Unemployment Insurance Act, effective Jan. 1. are school board and hospital employees. These Quebec institutions have been withholding unem- ployment Insurance payments by employees in trust since Jan. 1. while Uie province decided on its position. The government statement Thursday said Quebec, by con- testing the two areas of federal unemployment insurance legis- lation, is maintaining its posi- tion, defends i t s legislative priority in the field of social af- ters and reserves for the future the right lo establish mecha- nisms which will permit it to meet the needs of the Quebec workers. Bhutto aids East RAWALPINDI (Renter) President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto ordered Wednesday immediate shipment of Ions of N.S. rice to Bangladesh from West Pakistan. The rice was im- ported from the U.S. for distri- bution in East Pakistan but was unloaded at Karaclii during hos- tilities. INVITE WALDHELM CAPE TOWN (Reuter) Tha South African government has invited UN Secretary-General "It's a lot of verbiage which j Kurt Waldhcim to visit South says only that I'm judged as un- justly as the rest of Rose said. "We've had enough of your constitution." Africa and Southwest Africa anr< he has accepted. Foreign Minister Hilgard Muller told Parliament Friday. for farmers in speech OTTAWA (CP) There was little new for farmers or fisher- men in the throne speech, although Ihe government said "improvements and achieve- ments of the last several months will be strengthened and continued." Tho speech did not mention any measures to stabilize Prai- rie farm income. A bill lo sel up a stabilization fund was intro- duced last session, hut with- drawn afler it drew bitter Com- mons opposition ajid objections from provincial govemmenls and farm groups. There had been ppj'.fnhfion that a similar hut modified bill would he intro- duced this session. Covennnenl source s said loday Agriculture Minister II. A. Olson is still considering the issue. The throne, speech devoted of ils 3.700 words to agriculture, beginning by saying "Canada's primary food producers our farmers and our form one of Ihc traditional and still basic sl.renRl.hs of our econ- omy.'' It said measures lo assure fisliermen and wheat farmers of hi.cher prices for their products will be administered lo ensure the individual producers bone- fits. Price support programs for fish would Iw "extended." The government subsidy on the price of whc.il sold for human consumption in Canada Iwo-pricc he paid lo farmers on an acreage basts (o avoid distortions in pro- (hiclion. That slep was an- nounced some weeks ago. National marlteling agencies, aulhorized under a hill passed last session, would Iw set up and n small farm development program, announced last De- cember, would bo implemented. SIMPSONS-SEARS Why buy a deluxe 11 ft. aluminum cartop boat in February? j Because at our great winter price, wbo can afford to wait 'til spring! A. Here's a boal wilti everything going for il. So compact IT x it stores easily in your basement or garage; so light (only 105 Ibs.) you can fake il anywhere on your car top! Rugged aluminum hull gives year offer year of use with no corrosion, no painting, no rot and plenly of strength. D.O.T. rated lo take up lo 6 h.p. and handle loads up lo 625 Ibs. Green non-skid interior. Some are slightly damaged. ONLY 5-H.P. Air-cooled Outboard Motor B. We're clearing out our slock of last year's model and ths prices we've put on these fine oulboards speak for them- selves. Forward and neutral gears. Makes a versatile fishing motor since it gives good turn of speed, yet idles down to troll speed. ONLY A Special Simpsons-Sears Great Writer Sale QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS; Open Daily 9 n.m. to p.m. Thurtdny and Friday 9 ci.ni. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Tolophonfl 328-9231 ;