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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, February 21 Buchanan begins reserve tour CALGARY (CP) Indian and Saturday he vislls I Affairs Minister Judd Blackfoot Reserve Buchanan arrived here Thurs- Gleichcn, the Stoney Reser day night for a three-day tour at Morlcy, the Blood Reser of Indian reserves in southern at Standoff and Peig Alberta. Reserve at Brocket. He met representatives of The tour was arranged w the Sarcec Reserve southwest Treaty Seven chiefs last N of Calgary Thursday. Today C WEASEL HEAD Passe< at away on Tuesday, Februar ve 18th, 1975, Charles Wease ve Head, age 47 years and hi an beloved wife, Irene Wease Head, aged 42 years of the th Blood Reserve. The funera o- service will be held in the church of the OTHHALEK In lovin memory of a dear sister an auntie, Mary, who passe away February 21, 1974. Like falling leaves the year pass by, But love and memorie never die. Precious forever ar memories of WUU1U Ul i I energy money tc s CALGARY (CP) Alberta "The Social Credit party Social Credit Leader Werner proposes that all Albertans 3 Schmidt announced today an can have immediate and long 1 on the Blood Reserve, Satur 1 day at a.m. Rev. J 1 Regnier officiating. Inter 1 ment in Standoff tomorrow, and a] life through. missed by calls for increased resource revenues through the benefits to Albertans and use of credit expansion under Alberta municipalities from the Social Credit instituted service in the ROBERTS In loving memory of a dear son, James who passed away in Coleman on February 21, 1974. A wonderful son laid to res For each of us he did his best, His place on earth nq one can fill We miss you son and always will. Lovingly remembered by Mom, Dad and two sisters. 896 ROBERTS In loving memory of my beloved husband James, who passed away February 21, 1974. I miss you since you went away My once blue skies have turned ashy gray, It seems to dim the sunlight from the mountains to the range But my memories of you will never change. remembered by his loving wife Gloria 897 VEDMEDECHUK In loving memory of a dear uncle and great uncle, Nick, who passed away February 21, 1974. A smiling face, a heart of gold, He suffered much but never told. A friend to all, his last would give, A better uncle never lived. remembered and sadly missed by Mary, Bob, and family. 895 HANSEN In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather Einar, who passed away February 21, 1968. So many things have happened Dad Since you were called away, So many thoughts to share with you Had you been left to stay. We cannot bring the old days back Your hand we cannot touch, But still we have our memories Of one we loved so much. Always loved and remembered by Don, Carol, Darren and Corrie. 932 CARDS OF THANKS TANAKA My sincere and heartfelt thanks to all my friends, neighbors, and relatives for cards, flowers, and visits while I was in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Special thanks to all the doctors, nurses, and staff for the best of care. Tanaka 787-21 HOMULOS We would like to thank the ambulance drivers, emergency unit at St. Michael's Hospital, the nurses and the Intensive care unit of both 3rd and 4lh east of Municipal Hospital, also the special nurse who was there when needed. A very special thanks to the doctors for the wonderful care given to John 3eter Homulos. To all our friends, neighbors and relatives who sent flowers, :ards, gifts, food and cancer contributions and to all those helped in any way. Anne Mossey and Homwlos families. 905 PATERSON-My words of thanks cannot be conveyed enough to my relatives, neighbors, and very .The platform also calls for He said under the plan, responsible spending by Albertans would be able to get government to help curb housing, education, farm inflation, government respect busjrlesSr industrial and lor the legislature, combat on othcr loans at interests rang. crime, letting farmers "stand ing from five lo eight per cent, on their own" and restoring Mr. told a news individual incentives and the the Lougheed free enterprise spirit. government "has destroyed Mr. Schmidt, whose party initiatives" and plans to field. a full slate of "blatantly ignored the candidates but has so far legislature" during the last 3-nommated only 30, accused years Premier Peter Lougheed of "political expediency" in call- He cited as examples the ing the March 26 election. government's purchase of He said the Progressive Pacific Western Airlines, Conservative party timed the more tnan WOO million in election "lo give the government spending Lougheed government a blank programs not approved cheque" before it goes to beforehand by the legislature, crucial oil and gas price and the Northeast Alberta talks at the first ministers' Regional Commission Act, conference April 9 and 10. whlcn he "a denial of Highlights of the platform democracy." include the establishment of a "There must be an end to provincial municipal co or- government by cabinet, dinating council to integrate Public laws must be made in budgeting procedures so that public." municipalities would have Mr. Schmidt, who does not freer access to the huge hold a seat in the legislature revenue the province is ac- and leads the party from out-cumulating from the sale of side the House, said im-energy resources. mediate action must be taken Ex-postal worker tel of rampant parcel t TORONTO (CP) A "Big items to steal are former post office employee guns, credit cards, liquor says at least parcels a which is usually drunk on the day are being looted by spot or bootlegged, money, workers at the city's Front radios, stereos, Street postal station. really anything Problems delay debate on B.C. throne speech VICTORIA (CP) Debate restraint on government spen-on a motion to adopt the ding. me' a" He said there are more than s scheduled adjournment in the mm ,e d c British Columbia legislature g c p r i Thursday due to problems t with the public address "Tnls is shocking and dis-system graceful and in B.C. it needn't Opposition leader Bill Mr. Bennett said. Bennett was half an hour into The Social Credit leader i his speech when Speaker also suggested the legislature 5 Gordon Dowding ordered the pass a resolution stating that t adjounrment. Technicians those who lend money to the h worked late Thursday repair- province must be identified ing the system. n The legislature adjourned until 10 a.m. today. mllllon borrowed by In the half hour he spoke, B-c: .Hydro from Arab Mr. Bennett criticized the countries which have yet to be throne speech, read Tuesday, named bv the NDP d for ignoring the problems of government. p unemployment, inflation and "i tliink this House should 11 express an opinion on whether B.C. citizens are going to have c t some say on the matter of who JUVenileS we deal with he said. held in Liberal leader David H Anderson and Conservative taxi th'eit leader Scott Wallace are scheduled to follow Mr. t At p.m. Thursday two Bennett in the debate. 14-year-old juveniles were reported missing from the city-'s assessment centre. About 12 hours later they were UQClOrS M found on Highway 3 in a stolen se implant Ha Cab driver Howard Blake, M. an employee of Royal Taxi, hlftnrl told police he parked his cab th with the motor running in the Co loading zone at the York Hotel OypttSS De about a.m. this morning. soi He told police he left his cab BOSTON (AP) Doctors for only two minutes. When he have implanted a hew type of returned the cab was gone. blood bypass device in the City police Sgt. William heart of a 23-year-old Boston sti Zaychuk was driving home to man, correcting a painful ye,