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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta unem DEATHS BIANCHINI - Armido, formerly of Lethbridge, passed away in Montreal on Saturday, February 10, 1973, after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife, Claire, and two daughters, Lise and Linda. 7414 ENBYSK - February 21, 1973, Fred, aged 88 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elrna Enbysk, Granum, Alberta. Funeral announcements later by LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Claresholm Branch. C7462 ALMOND - Passed away in Calgary on Wednesday, February 21, 1973, Walter R. Almond, age 84 years, of Lund-breck, Alberta. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pin-cher Creek. C7463 GABODA-Metro of Shaugh-nessy, passed away in Picture Butte on Wednesday, February 21, 1973 at the age of 69 years. Mr. Gaboda came to Canada in 1926 and worked in the mines until they closed. He is survived by a daughter in Russia and a brother in the U.S.A. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 24, 1973 at 10:00 a.m. in the Christensen Chapel, with Father R. Zubach officiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Cem-tery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C7464 JARVIS - Passed away in Fonoka on Wednesday, February 21, 1973, Mr. William Freeman Jarvis, aged 81 years, of 402 8th Ave. A. South, Leth-bridge. Born in Iowa, he came to Canada in 1913 and since .1949 has resided in Lethbridge, until ill health in the spring of 1970. Mr. Jarvis is survived by a son, Mr. Dal Jarvis, Calgary; two daughters- Mrs. D. Ila-Mae) McDonald, Calgary, Mrs. J. (Verlin) English, California. Mr. Jarvis was predeceased by a son in the Second World War and a daughter. A graveside service will be held on Monday, February 26th at 1:30 p.m. at tile family plot in the Arch-mount Memorial Gardens, with Elder V. A. Crawford officiating. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7469 REDDING - Passed away in Calgary on Wednesday, February 21,1973, Dr. Herbert Dur-ston Redding, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Kathleen Redding, 2210 22nd St. S., Lethbridge and beloved father of Mr. Ralph Redding, Providence, Rhode Island, Mr. Keith Redding, Calgary, Mr. Neil Redding, Claresholm, Mrs. James (Sharon) Tilbe, Aberdeen, Scotland, and seven grandchildren. Following cremation in Calgary, a Memorial Service will be held in MARTIN BROS. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Ave. S., Friday at 3:00 p.m., Rev. Dr. R; W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Lung Research Fund, Faculty of Medicine, Foothills Hospital, Calgary. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Service. C7468 PATERSON - John McKen-zie, age 70 years passed away suddenly at Hotel Dieu Hospital, Windsor, Ont., Friday, Feb-bruary 9th, 1973, beloved husband of Georgina (Ina) Pater-son, 4408 Howard Ave., Windsor, Ontario, formerly of Lethbridge. Left to mourn his passing are his loving wife, one son, John M. Paterson, one grandson, John Gilbert amd one granddaughter Elizabeth Aime, all of Windsor; one sister, Mrs. W. D. (Margaret) Campbell; two brothers, Joseph and Roderick M., all of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by his parents and one brother. Funeral services were held at the Morris Memorial Chapel on Sunday, February 11th at 7:30 p.m., with Windsor Lodge No. 403, AF and AM in charge; Monday February 12th at 11 a.m. with Rev. William Law-son officiating. C r e m ation Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit. Mr. Paterson was a life member of Windsor Lodge No. 403, AF and AM, Windsor Lodge of Perfection, Windsor Chapter Rose Croix and of Hamilton Consistory. He was also a member of Mocha Temple and Moramos Shrine Club. In lieu of flowers donations were made to the Shriners Children's Hospital "Burns Institute," do Mr. V7. D. Maynard, 42 Hanna Street East, Windsor, Ontario. 7413 DEATHS CLARK - Emma, of Bur-dett, passed away in Taber on Thursday, February 22nd, 1973. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7466 SEIDEL - Passed away in Lethbridge on Tuesday, February 20, 1973, Mr. Rudolph Seidel, aged 81 years, of Victoria Mansions. The Funeral service will be held on Monday at 3:00 p.m. in MARTIN BROS. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Pastor A. Olson officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Service. C7467 CLEMENTS - Harold, passed away in Taber on Thursday, February 22, '1973, at the age of 50 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Shirley Clements of Barnwell. Funeral services will be held in the Barnwell L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday, February 24th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Martin Anderson officiating. Interment will follow in the Barnwell Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service, C7465 FUNERAL LIGHTBURN - Funeral rites were held in the United Church at Cranbrook Wednesday afternoon for 16-year-old Lawrence Barry Lightburn of Jaffray. He died Friday at Calgary after a car-bicycle collision Thursday near Galloway. He was born at Cranbrook, attended S o u th Country Schools and was a pupil at Fernie Junior Secondary at the time of his death. He was delivering newspapers Thursday when the vehicle and his bicycle were in collision. Surviving him are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lightburn; six brothei-s, Fred, Bill, Gordon, Stuart, George and Dennis all of Jaffray; and five sisters, Doreen Finnigan, Edmonton, Georgina, Creston, Alice Ferra-relli, Fernie, and Nelda and Dixie, at home. CARD OF THANKS REITSMA - The family of the late Hans Reitsma, Taber, Alberta would like to express their thanks to their friends and neighbors for the flowers, cards, donations to the Heart Fund and many gifts of food during their recent bereavement. The kindness of everyone was very much' appreciated and will long be remembered. -Mrs. F. Reitsma and family. 7362 Pattern 7231 Cape for all seasons - crochet it with or without hood. SWINGOUT with carefree, cozy ease in a dashing short or long cape with bold popcorn border. Use worsted. Pattern 7231: directions, one size to fit sizes 10-18. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern - cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling - to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERAL.D Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario emonamA CARD OF THANKS WURZER - I would like to extend my thanks to the nurses and staff of First Main at St. Michael's Hospital, Lethbridge, for their kind attention given me while I was a patient. A very special thanks to the doctors and to the nurses of the Intensive Care Unit. Thank you also to all my friends and relatives for their prayers, cards, flowers, and concern during my illness. All the kindness was very much appreciated. Lome Wurzer 7386 IN MEMORIAM JENSEN - In loving memory of Sylven Albert, who passed away February 22, 1970. -Always remembered and sadly missed by his wife, Anne, and family. 7411 Cayer brings good news of missing man TORONTO (CP) - Marc Cayer inadvertently brought the news to a woman that a missing uncle was alive in a North Vietnam prison camp. Mr. Cayer, released by North Vietnam last week, _ talked about United States civilian social worker Alex Henderson Sunday night when he appeared on the CBC television program Weekend. When Mr. Cayer said his best friend in the camp was Mr. Henderson, "we almost fell off our chairs," said Mrs. John McNab. There had been no way of knowing whether Mr. Henderson was alive since he disappeared in Vietnam Jan. 31, 1968. Gas company crews blamed for explosion COOPERSBURG, Pa. (AP) - Workmen installing a sewer may have disturbed a gas line, causing an explosion that evel-led an apartmen building, a gas company official reports. Five persons were killed and 2 injured. Coopersburg, a community of about 2,300 persons, is 10 miles south of Alentown. Pattern w A graceful cape look is created by the extended shoulder and diagonal bodice line. Picture this in white or a sunny pastel polyester knit, linen. Printed Pattern 4561: NEW Half Sizes 10%, 12%, 14%, 16%, 18%. Size 14% (bust 37) takes 2% yards 45-inch fabric. SEVENTY - FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. Thursday, February 22, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 23 Tar and nicotine figures urged OTTAWA (CP) - Health Minister Marc Lalonde has. called on cigarette manufacturers to give tar and nicotine figures on cigarette packages, cartons and vending machines. A statement from Mr. Lalonde giving the tar and nicotine figures for 78 kinds of cigarette said: "In this way smokers could have the information at the time of sale or from their friends and not be depending upon periodic press releases, brand popularity or whether or not sales of a brand were promoted." The statement said nicotine and tar contain cancer-producing and irritating chemicals. It said the levels of the two substances have been reduced substantially during the last two or three years in some brands but there has been little progress in reducing the levels in some heavily promoted or well-known products. Mr. Lalonde said the feasibility of reducing tar and nicotine content has been amply demonstrated, adding "I hope that maximums will be progressively decreased." The non-smoking minister reiterated his department's position that it is safer not to smoke at all. He asked manufacturers to decrease promotion of higher-tar brands and asked that new brands avoid the higher tar ranges. Levels of widely-known and widely-available high-tar products should be reduced as rapidly as possible. The statement concluded that lung cancer, "one of the major smoking diseases," is the leading cause of cancer deaths for men and men and women combined. It was second only to heart attacks for men in the 45 to 64 years age group and was responsible for the deaths of almost 54,000 Canadians in 1971. The tests for tar and nicotine were made by Dr. W. F. Forbes and Dr. J. C. Robinson of the University of Waterloo, Ont. The statement has this statement at the end of the figures: "Smokers should not be concerned about small differences in tar and nicotine levels between brands. Generally, but not .always, nicotine levels increase, or decrease with tar levels. "Smokers are reminded not to rely on the brand of cigarettes as the only way to reduce the inhalation of cigarette smoke constituents into the lungs. "In addition to nicotine and the tar which contains cancer-producing and irritating chemicals, there are several toxic and irritating gases in cigarette smoke. "About four per cent of the gases is carbon monoxide. The gases may not be reduced along with tar and nicotine levels." It said there are several ways of reducing the amount of smoke a smoker inhales. The figures: These included lengthening the period between cigarettes, lengthening the period beween puffs, not inhaling, removing the cigarette from the mouth after each puff and lengthening the size of the butt discarded. Tar and nicotine figures are measures in milligrans per cigarette. Brand Tar Nicotine King Size Filter Belmont 14 1.1 Belvedere 17 1.2 Black Cat 7 22 1.3 B. Consols 19 1.0 Contessa S. 15 0.8 Craven A 16 Du Maurier 22 Dunhill 21 Embassy 22 Export A 21 Golden Virg. 20 Horizon 15 Mark Ten 18 Marlboro 1 23 Matinee 15 Maverick 18 Millbank 23 Parliament 19 Perilly 18 P. Jackson 21 P. Stuyvesant 21 Players 22 Richelieu 21 Rothmans 22 Sportsman 21 Sweet Caporal 22 Viceroy 20 Viscount . 4 Wedgewood 19 Winston Ddn 21 King Size Filter Menthol Alpine 20 Belvedere 18 Cameo 22 Craven M 14 DuMaurier 22 Embassy 23 Kool 18 MacDonald 20 Mark Ten 18 REGULAR FILTER .. Belmont 8 Belvedere 16 B. Consols 19 Craven A 9 Du Maurier 15 Embassy 18 Export A 19 Gauloises 14 Gitanes 12 Mark Ten 18 Malboro 21 Matinee 10 P. Jackson 16 Players 22 Sportsman 17 S. Caporal 16 Regular Plain Black Cat 23 1.1 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.2 0.8 1.2 1.2 0.8 1.2 1.4 1.1 1.1 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.0 0.3 1.1 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.2 0.9 1.2 1.3 0.3 1.1 1.1 0.5 1.0 1.1 0.5 0.9 1.0 1.1 0.9 0.7 1.1 1.2 0.5 0.9 1.3 1.0 1.0 1.2 B. Consols Buckingham Export Gauloises Gitanes Mark Ten Philip Morris Players Plain Players Medium Sportsman S. Caporal 20 1.1 22 1.0 22 1.3 21 1.3 20 1.2 19 1.3 19 0.8 23 1.2 21 1.1 23 1.2 22 1.1 Premium Filter Menthol .. Benson and H. 18 1.2 Compact Filter Players No. 6 19 1.1 Regular Cork Black Cat 23 1.2 Premium Filter Gold Crest 19 1.2 Benson and H. 19 1.3 Optometry school studied EDMONTON (CP - A school of optometry is being studied as a joint venture by the four western provinces, James Foster, Alberta's minister of advanced education, said yesterday. , Mr. Foster told R. D. Gruen-wald (SC - Lethbridge West) there may be need for only one such school in the west. If this was the case, the western provinces could decide where it would be located. Nixon promises tax reform bill WASHINGTON (AP)-President Nixon disclosed today that he will present a tax-reform bill to Congress as well as recommendations to alleviate the poperty tax burden on older Americans. In his State of the Union message to Congress on the economy, Nixon said tax-reform leg-islaton would improve on reforms passed in 1969 and 1971. It was the only reference to tax-reform legislation in the message, and the administration gave no details. The president also said he will submit bills to improve the unemployment compensation program, minimum wage laws, the private pension system ,and "the maner in which we deal with our transportation systems." Property tax relief ecom-mendations would be designed to alleviate "the crushing burdens which property taxes now create for older Americans," he said, without giving details. He repeated his appeal to Congress to impose a rigid spending ceiling of $269 billion in fiscal 1974. "If we do not restrain spending and if my recommended cuts are reversed, it would take a 15-per-cent increase in income taxes to pay for the additional expenditures." It was the first time that Nixon has used that figure in referring to the spending ceiling. He has said that failure to keep a tighter rein on spending would mean higher taxes, more inflaton or a combination ot both. Is your bottom half as up-to-date as your top half ? Sure, all ranges bake, broil, stew, saute and fry. But this Custom Kenmore range does all the new things your old one didn't. Continuous-clean oven cleans itself as you cook. And stays presentably clean without your lifting a finger! Clock-controlled, self-basting rotisserie gives you year 'round barbecuing... indoors. 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