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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS AMS-SON Pfl.sscd away in the city on Thursday, Febru- ary M, 1372, Mr. John Joe Masson, at (lie age of 711 years, of Lethbridgc. I1' u is c r 1.1 ar- rangements will he nnnnimccd when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors or Fu- neral Service. C336 ANDERSON Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Febru- jip- 22, 1972, Miss Florence Lydia Anderson, at the age of 51) years, of Warner, 'liic luncral service will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. in the Warner Memorial Evangelical Church, with Rev. D. E. Sipes officiatir.g. Interment will fol- low in the [Emily plot, Warner FUNERALS vice for Mrs. Eunice Ferl Lilehficld, beloved wife of the late Joseph Litchficld who died at Taber Friday, Feb. IB, 1972, at the age of DO years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 21, 1972, in the Taber Third Ward LDS Chapel witii Bishop Dennis Bennett officiating. Pallbearers were LeRon and David Litch- field, Hoy and Bruce Wright, Blair Meldrum and Kent Fran- cis. Interment was in Ihe Taber Memorial Gardens. Chrislenson Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. SWINNEY Funeral ser- vice for James Robert Swin- ney, beloved husband of the Sask. house faces arathon session -Tliundoy, Flbrunry 24, 1972 THE LETHBRIDCE HEULD 11 Crime in Russia is still alive despite Communist doctrines IlEGINA (CP) Indications are that I lie second session of (he 17lli Saskatchewan legisla- ture, which opens today with the speech from Ihe throne read by Lt.-Gov. Stephen Worobetz, could surpass the record 53-day session of 1833. Officials of the Now Demo- cratic Party government have estimate! there will be more than 100 bills presented. The total could go as high as 120, which would be close to the record 125 bills introduced in Several cabinet members have during the last several weeks during sketch hed major new pro- grains, policies, department re- organizations arid altered priori- for Ihcir depjrtmrals. Despite that, Premier Allan Blakcnev has ssid he will be donate to Ih? clisvily 01 choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors Funeral Service. C334 WYLLIE Passed away in city on Wednesday, Feb- ruary 23, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. George Brook Wyllie, at the age of 8C years ot Sbauglmessy. beloved hus- band of Ihe late Mrs Sarah Wyllie. Born in Novia Scotia, the late Mr. Wyllie came to the Bow Island district in 1907 and homesleaded before mov- ing to Coalliurst in 1923, where he worked in Lhe coal mines. In 1944 he moved lo Shaughnes- sy and retired in He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. L. A. (Helen) Andersen. Cal- gary, and one son. Mr. Gordon F. Wyllie, Shaughiressj: fix grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. He was prede- ceased by one dau'-'htcr, Mrs. Verness "Baincs. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 1-00 p.m. in Martin Bros. T R A DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., wilh Rev. R. E. (Ted) EskrtaJe officiating. Jn- lale Mrs. Ethel Tliompson able to bring down a balanced budget March 10 winch will not contain any lax increases af George, B.C., Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1972, at the age of 7fi years, was held at 1 p.m. Monday, He also has indicated he was looking at a new farm-products markelijjg act up it com- mission lo try to prevent drastic drops in produce prices. A province-wide, all-risk crop insurance plan also is to he in- troduced lo replicc the present MOSCOW (Ileuler) Crime in the Soviet Union has not withered away as doctrine says it should. It's still alive and knifing, raping and shooting. The two major crimes in this vast country of 241 million arc plan which covers only some, ectmomjc offences and crops and some parts of the province. j its n a m n frcm Ihe English word hoollgan- -----------------------j ism and covering a multitude of sins. Some critics call "khuligan- stvo" a catch-all crime. Mur- derers are frequently described a.s hooligans Rnpisls, drunks, vandals and some polilial dissi- dents, such a.s those demon- strating against the Warsaw Pad invasion of Czechoslova- kia, arc also liable to be stigma- tized in court a.s hooligans. The most widespread delin- quency concerns economic of- ps elude bribery, cur- rcny speculation, black inarke- tecriug in scarce1 goods, emhez- years for bribe-taking, and a Si- berian poacher was sentenced (o death after wounding two misappropriation of fishery inspectors. material resources, and giving short change. DELINQUENTS VARY Delinquenls van1 from heads of large faclories lo shop assist- anUs. Four Moscow engineers were jailed for collecting thou- sands of rubles in bribes from citizens clamoring for tele- phones. An o r g a u i z a I ion which planned to build a block of Mos- cow apartments for its workers had to bribe building officials with promises of apartments to get things done quickly. The director of a leading Mos- cow art salon received an eight-year sentence lasl year lor bribe-taking in return for pri- vate art deals. The Soviet Justice Minister, Vladimir Terebilov, has said that juvenile delinquency, theft of state properly and drunken- ness are among the main prob- lems in Ihe fight against crime. Authorities like to present crimes before the public as hangovers from Ihe capitalist past. It appears, however, that the cliief hangover is caused by widespread social ill in the country. Damage to stale property Is viewed as political act. Hijacking a plane abroad, as 12 people tried lo do in 1970, falL in Uie category of treason. ONE-I'AUTY AIM Article 70 of the criminal code covers anti-Soviet activity, and Is directed at preserving the su- premacy of one-parly, Coramun- isl power. This is the Item under wtiicli dissident intellec- tuals are somelimes investi- gated VJadimir Bukovsky, who al- leged before the world that po- litical dissenters were being held in inhumane conditions in Officials say crime figures aj-e declining but there- are no psychiatric wards to malte them published statistics on the ac- conform, was given the man- mum seven years imprisonment tual crime rale. Law and ideology often merge in the Soviet stale. What would be regarded as a purely crimi- nal offence in a Western cotm- reding large numbers of people. LONDON (CPi Prime Min- fences, some of which ccn lead A judge in Baku on Ihe i try Is often considered a nolili- to the firing squad. Thsy in- Caspian sea was jailed for eight' cat offence in the Sonet Union. However, he has hinled lhal Feb. 21. 1972, in Ihe Glenwood I there may bo. increases in other LDS Chapel with Bishop Win- ston Bchne officiating'.. Hon- orary pallbearers were Laurie and Cecil Blackburn, Archie Smith. Will and Cecil Wynder and Vede Bennion. Aclive pall- bearers were Ray Mowers, Rich and Ross Reed, Jed and Robert Campbel and Cfaylon Zieffle. Interment, was in Ihe Glenwood Cemetery. Chrislen- sen Salmon Funeral Home forms cf taxes, particularly IlK'-e paid in royallils by the potash and oil industries. PLAN DEATH DUTIES The government also ha; an- nouncsd it will impose a succes- sion duly and legislation will be needed lo cover an arrangement whereby Ihe federal govern- ment will collect the duties. Mr. Blakensy, who also Is provincial treasurer, has teen Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser-' close-mouthed about his budget, vice, was in charge of Ihe ar- I-angemenls. bul lotal expenditures could sur- pass million compared with ister Edward Heath is rapidly mobib'zing his government's re- sources for a campaign lo hold down the costs of Britain's receni power crisis and head off j a dangerous new escalation of pay rales. In r.is first public comment on the crippling power shortage. Heath announced he has ap- pointed Earl Jel'icoe, lord pnv" seal, to co-ordinate "Inc full weighl of Ihe government" be- hind recovery efforts. The Ccnservalivp loader also levelled strong criticism at Ihe IN MEMORIAMS MEHONIUK In memory of a dear molhei grandmother. 5451 million in 1971-72. Of tlie legislation expected lo i come before the 45 NBP sup- I porters and the 15-member lovins i cra' "PP05'1'011. project thai r and nas received Ihe mnfil .tlcnlion is a proposed landbank -Ever remembered by daugh-1 P'a" ler Alice; Agriculture Mm i s I c r Jack "Marie, Teresa. Marian, Lor- raine and Joanne. lermenl mil follow in Ihe fam- j memorv ily plot Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at Marlin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, 012 3 Avenue E., phone 328-2361. MARTIN' EROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C335 7377 MERONIUK In loving dear wife, Flor- Messer has indicated he will bring in a plan to help older farmers retire and younger ones get started withcut habing to in- vest a lot of capital. country's 2H0.050 coal miners whose six-week strike caused the crisis. The strike is c.xnccLed lo end formally next week after miners complete their on settle- ment terms, arrived at last Sat- urday, which give them average increases of 20 per cent. A ballot on Hie settlement' terms went to the rani; and lile Wednesday with a union recom- mendation (o accept. Results are expected by Friday lo show overwhelming approval. ence Irene, who passed awav i 1 UttaWH llRS 11O February 24, 1971. Quietly missed along ivay. remembered by band William. life's hus- 7370 Want British out HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) The Connecticut senate ap- proved 19 to 11 a resolution Tuesday calling on President Nixon io work for removal of British troops from Northern Ireland- Pattern Steals diamonds from mother's wedding ring EDMONTON (CP) Ed- I v.ard Dunn, 20, was sentenced I to 15 mjiilhs in wlten he pleaded guilty lo stealing five diamonds from Iiis motlier's wedding band. Dunn's mother told police early in January her son had taken the diamonds, valued at. 5250. from the wedding band she kept hidden under her mat- tress. of downgrading OTTAWA (CP) Plans to put a sign police on RCMP buildings and vehicles are lor purposes of iilenlificalion only, a spokesman for Solicitor-Gen- eral Jean-Pierre Goycr said today. He said there is no intention whatsoever of downgrading the name Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He was commenting on pro- tests heard recently in the West over the decision, first taken in 1969, over plans to use the po- lice sign. h e a r d you isb for n very, very slimming, y o u n g, smart diess for .spring. Here il is! See how lean lines flow into graceful pleats. Printed Pattern N'F.W Half Sizes 164. 20'i, 221'... Size M'j (bust 37) lakes 2SH yds. -iri-in. SHVK.XTY CUNTS (75c) in coins (no please) for each 13 cents for each pallem fnr first-class mailing and special handling. Scud To: AN'NK ADA.MS, (il) Front SI. VI., Toronto plainly P.VITKHN .NU-M- i: YOUR NAME AND AD- and llu< nnnie ol Iho Lelhbridgc Herald. DO NOT send il. lo 'Hie Herald. Red attacks slacken off SAIGON (AP) North Viet- namese and Viel Cong attacks slacked off during the night, and the U.S. command said American fighter-bombers flew no strikes fn South Vietnam dur- ing the period. But heavy U.S. air strikes Higgitl. continued against the Ho Chi Minn trail in Laos. North Viet- nam's supply line to the South. Sources said American planes were averaging between 200 and SCO strikes a day against the 250-mile network. The Soulh Vietnamese com- mand reported 13 allacks dur- ing the 2-i-honr period ending at dawn today, the lowesl in 2'.2 The protesters charge that the government is attempting to make the national police lorce j known simply as the police rather thna the old and honored name of RCMP. Mr. Goyer's spokesman snid the word police is prominent i and easily identifiable. He said if "an individual wants ihc poiico, be wants po- lice" and is not concerned with titles The individual would see the word police first and as he approached closer lo the build- j ing or vehicle he would sec Ilic RCMP insignia on which the name is spelled out. In the commons last week Mr. Goycr told John Diefenbaker Albert) there is no intention of changing the name or the function of the RCMP. He also denied a charge by j Mr. Diefenbaker lhal there is a report recommending I lie disso- lution of the RCMP and its re- placement by a new body. Mr. Goyer's spokesman sa'd decision lo 're-sign" was taken i in 1969 on (he recommendation I of RCMP Commissioner W. L. Theatre men lo appear in court EDMONTON' (CPl Ed weeks. Since Feb. 11, Commlin- Shupenia, manager of Ihe Rial- ist attacks have been averaging j io Theatre, and ;i rcpre.wjuta- I more than .10 a day. j live from the Orioon Theatres In lire political snhprc. Presi- j Western Ltd.. will appear in dent Nguyen Van Thieu said he court March on a charge of i would welcome a conference of exposing an ohsi-cm; movie to Southeast Asia nations lo ncu- public viiu. trnlizc IV area. Thc A brief communique said ,hc, Tliicu offered lo hold the sum- ]llovl'c a Sl'ilch. nut conference in Saigon. He i .said North Vietnam would be welcome. Several com- plainLs about the Mini had been I filed with police. Great for canijius, top pants, skirts, dresses. Dash everywhere in the mosl dashing style of all the fring- ed cape. Knit of worsted with cable panels in .short or long length. Pattern 7-lltl: one size fits 10-13. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) (or ciicli pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for rnch pallem for first-class mailing and special handling- Send To: TUB LETHNRIDGK HERALD Readers Mail Limited (10 Fronl SI reel West Toronto 1, Ontario The mavic i LclhbridRc. is showing in Traffic crawls in Montreal MONTREAL (CP) i crawled along early today as a three-inch snowfall laid a fresh obstacle on already snow- clogged city streets. Snow removal hnclc on i IIV.MUIV V.MIMIU11 MIC ,1 the job following a court back-11 lo-work injunction issued worked Ihrougb the _, night lo clear up some 13 inches j Charles has Hu of .snow that had nccumulnlcd I LONDON iHciiliTi Prince since they on strike last I Charles hay influenza and is Friday. j confined to brd at Buckingham The fresh snowfall made I Palace, a spoke.smai. [or Ilic rands slippery and c.iiiscd srv- Ho.vnl Fninilv1 .s.iid Monday deadline EDMONTON" KT' School boards now hiive uiiiil May 13 lo bold plebiscites if they re- quire CNlra lo mc'.'l Rots. The Albi-rla Wed- nesday oxlendcd de.lflline oral tie-ups especially on Ihe crosslown Metropolitan lloulc- vnnl. A few minor nccidcnls were also roimrtcd. night. The pnncc lo have Mown in n naval aircraft at Los- siemouth, Scotland. Tuesday, but Ihe visit was poflponcd. and five years of banishment under Ibis article. Another legal category often reported in the press is the war en me. Security agents are still tracking down Soviet citizens who collaborated with the Nazis during the Second World War to shooling civilians, and their trials and executions are period- ically reported. Qneen arrives in capital KOTA BHARU (AP) The Queen arrived Wednesday in this provincial capilal on Malay- sia's east coast for a look at Malay culture. The Queen, Prince Philip and Princess Anne went from the airport lo a silver works centre lo watch craftsmen pounding out intricate patterns. The royal pary then visited a Batik printing factory where they watched Malay women dyeing cloth with wax in ancient tradition. The Queen's schedule also in- cluded chats with fishermen on the Beach of Passionate Love. unidentified wcler main broke, flooding parts of ONLY WAY TO TRAVEL A New York City fireman ca.-ries woman across a flooded street after a -43 Ihe City's Times Square area. In background, pedosiricns line up on relatively dry side- walks. Some brave souls look off their shoes and socks and waded Ihrougli Ihe cold water to work. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH terrified Dental Mtch Capitol Furniluri Bldf, SM PHONE 328-7684 1 nit I J PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS 1 have been Premier of Communist Chinn since 1943. HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 lo 100 poirli TOP SCORE! 71 lo 80 poinli Gocd. 81 to 90 poinli Excollonl. ot lo 70 poinli Fair. HW FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Do you think Dint there should be any changes In the rulcp for the Winter Olympics? ?ART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct 1 The unadjusted unemployment rate for January in Canada was 7 per cent of the labor force. a-4.0 b-5.5 c-7.7 2 Because of tie coal strike in Great Britain, many IfCtorleB were forced to Blow down or halt production to conserve power. True or Z The winner of Uie gold medal In hockey at 1972 Winter Olympics was a-Canada b-the United States c-the Soviet Union d-CzechoBlovakifi 4 The Aulopact. Is a trade agreement between US United States End Canada, True or False? 5 Canada las not yet recognized Bangladesh all the sovereign state In East Pakistan. True or False? PART II-WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. n-ban onelectriclighla to-pertaining to money c-payments to influen- tial persons for doing a favor d-nn adventure which Is 1.....recluse 2.....pecuniary ..blackout ..payola caper Lhe result of a whim e-a person who leads a secluded life PART III -NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Avery Bnindage 2.....Hugh Shea .1.....Clifford Irving 4.....John Connally E.....Uryce Mncknsey 2-217? E-MlniEter of Manpow- er and Transportation b-President, ttonnl Olympic Com- mittee c-nulhor of on Howard Hughes ri-member ofNewiound- land Legislature e-U.S. SecreUry of Treasury VEC. Inc. Save This Practice Examination! STUDENTS Valuable Reference Material For Lxanu. Answers On Reverse Paqe ;