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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta L.ami (J- JiMnlii, Jin tl'li' DEATHS WYLLIE Passed aivay in Ihe city on Wednesday, Febru- ary 23, Mr. George Brook AVyllie of Khaughnessy. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C319A MIDDLETON Passed away on Sunday, February 20, 1972 at Carson City, Nevada, James Sahlen Middleton, aged 30 years, Iwloved husband of Mrs. Jeanne Middleton of Car- son City and beloved son of Mrs. C. S. Middleton of Fort Maclecd. Funeral services will be held in Christ Church (An- Fort Macleod on Thursday, February 24 at 11 a.m.. Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment in Lakes National Park. Friends who i'inoriams IN MEMORIAMS GOODR1CK, William In loving memory of dad, who pass- ed away February 2.1, 19C2. remembered by daugh- ter, Molly. 7302 WARNOCK In loving mem- ory of Walter Warnock, who passed away February 23, 1935. remembered by his son Loren, Mary and family. 7308 WARNOCK In loving mem- ory of a father and granddad, William AValter AVarnock, who passed away February 23, 1955. remembered by Jim, Mclba and family. 7303 Metal detector installed at Edmonton air terminal EDMONTON metal, hijackers or bombers have detector "so sensitive it can de- been picked up by the detector tcct the foil in a cigarette since it was installed Feb. 10. pack" has been installed at Ed- monton Inlernational Airport. Airport manager W. A. Mor- ley said the device, located on the passenger boarding level, is available to individual airlines on request if they wish to i screen passengers. Mr. Morley said no would-be Prison talks delayed Wmlneidoy, February 13, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID i QUEBEC fCP) Reprcscnla- tives of striking p r o v i n c i a Federal guards with eight Bangladesh applies for WARNOCK In loving mem- try of a dear husband, father donate "to "the" Cana-1 grandfather. William Waller dian Cancer Swiety, care of Warnock, who passed away Feb- Fort Macleod drug stores. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S F U N E R A L HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C31C TYSON Passed away the city on Monday, Februai 21. 1972, following a brief i ness, Mrs. Jessie McKenzie T son at the fge of 61 years, b loved wife of Mr. Douglas son of JC36 Stafford Place. Ti funeral service will bo held Thursday at p.m. in Ma tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAI EL, with Rev. R. L. Crisfial official ing. Interment will fo low in Mountain View Cemi tery. Frisnds may pay their n Easels a! Martin Bros. ORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Sendee. C31 away sui dcnly in the city on Mondaj February Mr. W. Ashle Wheeler, at the age of 62 years husband of Mrs. M, garet Etta Wheeler of 268 7t Avenue A South. The funera service will be held on Thurs day at p.m. in Marti Bros. TRADTIONAL CHAP EL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Dr. R. AV. K. Elliott officiating Cremation will follow. In liei of flowers, friends are asked t donate to the charitv of thei choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C31! ANDERSON Passed awa; in the city on Tuesday, Feb mary 22, 1972 following an il ness of severa months, Miss Florence Lydia Anderson at tibe age of 58 years of AA'arner. Born and raised in Warner, the late Miss Anderson served with the R.C.A.F. during the Seconc World AVar, She returned to AVarner and was a well known cashier in the District prior to retiring in 1971. She is sur- vived by three sisters, Mrs. E, J. (Elsie) Croteau, Creston, Mrs. AV. G. (Alice) ner, and Mrs. G. S. (Grace) Russell, Chemanius, B.C. She was predeceased by one sister, Mrs. Iteel Evans. The funera! service will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. in the Warner Mem- orial Evangelical Church, with Rev. D. E. Sipes officiating. In- 'erment will follow in the fam- iily plot AA7arner Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C319 Calgarians face hike in taxes CALGAHY (CP) A tax in- crease of more than eight mills, or to the average omeomier. w a s indicated 'ussday when the city brought its 1972 budget. The increase would consist 3.9 mills to pay for munici- al services, more than two ills for education and about 4 mills for hospital. None of the increases have een confirmed. But if hospi- 1, school and city budgets are !t trimmed the average prop- ty tax would reach The tax rate in 1971 was 64 5 ills. The budget calls for munici- i pal expenditures of almost BHOUN We would like to million, up million from sincerely Uiank the Spring last year. Of the increase Coulee Community for putting I million was for wage in-' on the lovely tea in honor of our 60th Wedding Anniversary and a big tliank you to all our relatives and friends who called In make this day so special (o us Thanks to all for cards and gifts. -Frank and Grace Brown. 7309 CARDS OF THANKS Thank you to Hie residents of Raymond, Warner, Milk Diver and Coutts who in any v.-ay assisted in the billeting o'f students during the January snow storm. Your cooperation is appreciated. Committee, County cf Warner A'o. S C304J ruary 23, 1935. Beautiful thoughts of one so doar Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our bjarts your mem- ory is kept loved you too dearly ever forget. remembered by 1: wife, Helen: daughter, Vera Mick and family. Noted Alberta pilot dies EDMONTON (CP) Fu- neral services will be held Fri- day for John Hiram Blackburn of Edmonton, a former prize pilot who died Monday DACCA CRcutcr) Bangla- desh has formally applied for membership in the Common- wealth, Commonwealth Secre- tary-General Arnold Smith said at 76. Bom in Oxford, Pa., iie SOSICK In loving memory of a deer son and brothel Barry, who passed away Feb mary 23, 19S8. The years are swiftly passing But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that lovec you, Your memory lingers yet. remembered, sadl; missed by mom, d a c brothsrs and sisters. 7306 GOODRICK In lovin memory of a dear dad. Williai L. Goodrick, who passed away February 23, 1962. Memories are the lamps That lights the darkest road To beautiful hopes of reunioi AVhen we meet at the enc of the road. early remembered by Babs. 7352 McBEATH In loving mem- ory of our dear mother anc grandmother, Catherine Me- 3eath, who passed away Feb- ruary 23, 1960. Our hearts still ache with sor- row. And secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you mother. No one will ever know. Each time we see your photo, You seem to smile and say Don't cry kids, I'm only sleep- ing, We'll meet again some day. remembered by daughters Mary and Rosie and their families. 7307 OBKR I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of (he Municipal Hospital for the won- rierful care I received while here. Also thanks to my rela- tives and friends for visits, cards, and flowers. Margaret Olwr. 7.134 IN MEMORIAL (lOOimiOK In loving mem- irv of a dear dad, AVilliam L. Hoodrick, who passed away February There is n link death cannot sever. crease to city workers. Aulos must bear date of assembly OTTAAVA (CP) All cars made or imported into Canada since Jan. 1, 1971 must have a manufacturer's label specifying the assembly date, UK trans- p o r t department announced Tuesday. In a news release, the de- partment said the regulation follows criticism that some cars being sold as new vehicles are actually a year old. Tile situation was most se- rious in the case of some lor- ragn makes in which manufac- turers did not have easily iden- tifiable and remembrance last changes forever. i another s t y I e and design from one year to remembered by Dorry and Jock. 73W The manufacturing date Is fixed to t-he driver's door or doorpost. moved with his family to a farm in Alberta when he was 15. He earned his private pilot's license in 1930 ar.d flew for more than 1.000 Hours with the Royal Canadian Air Force dur- ing the Second World AVar. In 1948 h; was awarded the Wester trophy as the most able non-commercial pilot in Can- ada. He also had a second career as an insurance agent and was president of the Life Insurance Underwriters Association of Canada in 1962. He was named a life member of that organiza- tion and also of the million dol- lar round table, for agents who had sold more than Si-million i worth of insurance in one year. His autobiographical account of early fanning days in Al- berta, "Land of was published ill 1970 and he also was the author of the Blackburn Story, which was privately published. when lie arrived today for two-day visit. gaged in talks on this subject with the various heads of gov- e r n m c n t of Commonwealth countries, and prospects for Bangladesh entering tile Com- monwealth arc 'excellent." No adverse comment so far has been received from any Commonwealth member state, the former Canadian diplomat said. prison guards will resume nego- ycars' earn tiations as soon as the Quebec Provincial guards with the government provides certain guarantees, such as Ihe right compulsory arbitration, says union adviser Noel Lacas. Members of the Provincial Pcr.ce Officers' Association, in- cluding guards, autoroute police and game wardens, began ille- gal study sessions Feb. C tt back contract demands. Super- visory personnel have filled in. Mr. Lacas told a meeting of striking guards here (he union is fighting for the dignity of its members as well as wage par- ity with federal guards. Union president Raymond Pion told the meeting the gov- ernment may ba risking public and have rejected a gov- ernment offer to raise the wage to within three years. 29 Deaths Yesterday By THE CA.WJIAN PRESS Gray, 27. light-heavyweight boxer" from Toronto, from injuries suffered Monday in a bout against Cana- security by refusing to negotiate with the poace officers. CAN'T AGREE Smith told reporters he is en-1 The government maintains that contract talks cannot re- sume unlil the guards return to work, but the union says ts members will stay off the job until talks arc under way. About l.COO prisoners from 22 small detention centres have been transferred to 13 larger in slitutions. The strikers have held demon- strations at jails around the n answer to a question, he province, trying to persuade su said the Commonwealth could pervisory personnel to join the do a great deal to aid Bangla-! walkout. desh in its gigantic task of reha- bilitation and reconstruction. He said there is "a let of goodwill" among Common- wealth countries for Bangla- desh, and noted it already has been a Commonwealth member for 25 part of Paki- stan. Skiers killed GENEVA (Reuter) _ Two skiers died in an avalanche near Intcrlaken Monday, bring- ing to at least nine the number of persons killed by snow slides in the Alps in the last four days. Avalanches buried houses and cars following violent snow- storms in centra! Switzerland. Salisbury dies at London LONDON (AP) The Mar- quess of Salisbury, a power in Britain's Conservative party and member of the Cecil fam- ily, which dominated political life for three centuries, died today. He was 78. One of the nation's least- known noblemen, Salisbury re- signed twice from Conservative governments. The first time was in 193S over the Italian-E- thiopian affair and then again in 1957 over Cyprus. Their last controct expired dian champion Al tOOKING BACKWARD YEARS This h the north wall of the main excavation at the Koster Site at Kampsviile, about 40 miles norlhwesl of Alton, III. The deepest strat- um near the base of the wall has been carbon 14 dated 200 BC. SIMPSONS-SEARS Crib with 12 safety spindles per side. Pcsturematic support. 5-position mat- tress, Twisl lock-knob on single drop lide. Nan toxic finish. 90-coil spring mattress. Firm with foam layer for softness. Damask one side, nursery print vinyl other side. 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