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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FUNERALS FUNERALS Y1ZEK Requiem mass lor CAMPBELL Funeral ser- .Mrs. Maria Yizek, beloved wife rice for David Wilson Camp- of the late Mr. Michael Yizek bell, beloved husband n[ Mrs. vho died at Medicine Hat Margaret Campbell of 743 12th Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1973. at the St B. N., who died suddenly age ol 70 vears, was said at 1 at the residence Saturday, Jan. Saturday in St. Patrick's 13, 1973, at he age of 82 years, Roman Catholic Church with was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Rev. Brian Hubka the cele- j Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, brant. Pallbearers were B. Go- '703 ath St. N., with Rev. L. D. Provincial A nti-inflation parks plan curjjs attacked suggested LONDON" (CP) The Opposi- tion Labor party and labor un- EDMONTON (CP) A sug-jion? ttiacked as unfair today gestion the Alberta government Prime Minister Edward Heath's latest proposal for fighting in-1 the new regulations. P. Gogolinslti, C. Tin- 1 Hankinson officiating. Pallbear- J may be considering establish- lie, J. Roberts. B. Stevens. ers were W. Dorward, George 'ing provincial parks in cities and B. Biesterseldt. Interment I Cowan, Norman Noss, Thorn- was was in tie Mount Calvary sec- i as Orr, Jim Logan and Lolly Party tioD of Mountain View Ceir.e- MacLaine. Interment was in here. ever attempted in Britain in Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- the family plot in Mountain j Provincial Treasurer Gortion j peacetime. He ordered a pro- tors of Funeral Sen-ice. ir. View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Miniely, speaking to about 65 gram to curb wages, prices, ?iDne, auto, rail and gas work- ers are among those expecting substantial pay increases and their hopes appear dashed by Thundav, January It, 1973 THf LETHMIDGE HBtAlD _ 23 Flu bug battle on again j By THE CANADIAN PRLSS Newfoundland: No London flu three per cent. John Rammeil No wonder the araual feud has been reported, staff of the of the communications branch j with the flu bug is on again, j chief medical health officer J of the ministry of health Bays But this year the Hong Kong flu i says. the spread of flu "is fairly miJd has a British ally. A bug called Nova Scotia: Dr. H. B. Col- at the moment.' A-London-42-72 has brought: ford, director of the commu-' Manitoba: Apart from the roughs, high fever, aches and nk-eble diseases branch said he Swan River school, there are no flation in Britain. _. _ announced Wednesday constituency meeting 1 the toughest package of controls charge of tlie arrangement. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- j people at the meeting in his profits and dividends that could _ vice, was in charge of the ar- Edmonton Centre constituency, last Lhree years or more. MOLSAR Funeral service rangemenls. said the organization should give j Opposition Labor Leader Har- Heath announced the propos- als at a televised news confer- ence Wednesday. They are the second phase of the govern- ment's action against inflation. psins to a number dians. The new strain of flu, identi- fied a year ago in London, is attacking people a day in Moscow but a cross-Canada sur- of Cana-! suspects the London flu has ar-; reports of high absenteeism in i rived in his province and the the province or deaths due to health department is attempting influenza, to collect specimens from dil- Saskatchewan: Dr. W. G. Da- ;'erent parts of the province for The current freeze has been ex-1 vov bv The Canadian Press 'or Mrs. Julianna Molnar, Ta- ber resident and native daugh- Iw of Bodrog Olaszi, Zemplen, days starling tie end J shorn the British bug to be in-1 health of next month. volved in only minor skirmishes Heath called the proposals vi- in this country so far. analysis. Prince Edward Island- department has vidson of the provincial health "consideration" to a resolution old Wilson said his party will i tal to Britain's economic health i Thirtv-cme cases of the dealing with establishing pro-. vote against the legislation and insisted they are fair. don flu" have been jdentifii MISIEY1CH Funeral r.. i vice for Alex Misierich. who parks in urban areas, i when it is introduced in Parlia- Hungary, who died at Taber died at Hardievil'e His reference was brief and I ment. However, he said he will Saturday Jan. 13 1973. at ihe Jan. 4, 1973, at the age of 78 j not followed up by the dele- j not delay a vote on it, and that age of 77 years, was held at 2 years, was held at 1 p.m. Wed- gates who said there was no I when u is passed by Parliament p.m. Tuesday." Jan. 16, 1973, in Martin Bros. Tradi-1 possibility any subsequent res- j it should be observed as law in Knox United Church, Taber, tional Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S.. Kith Kenneth Morris officiating, with Rev. Richard Zubach of- John, ficialing. Pallbearers were identified in The major features. j Ontario, Hre provincial ministry [jgt limit on pav in-' health reports. Counterparts province. j in Quebec and Nova fear Qnebec: rne Canadian department says absentee rates Trie for schools and industries are not running at a seasonal average spotted the London flu. of five per cent. He said the .New Erunsirici. Dr. Guy St. province ha; a less dense popu- Pierre. director of public health i lation than most others, a fact services. reports regular "sea- which helps prevent epidemics. sonai1' amounts of flu in the The provincial laboratory has received no reports of London year' among employees. Dr. Gerard Martineau, head Pallbearers were Jim John. ficialing. Pallbearers w e r e vtocial convention whica opens i was favorable and government i oa lated and Robert Molnar John Sieve RoaiaKuk.: this weekend in Calgary. securiues strengthened on the [matenaj- i Hcrjg Krag nu has not Iba Kent Eunnaee and Do-.ald i "-Vlex KoSska. George Smirga. j Municipal Affairs Minister i ixincon stock exchange. The ban on strilies called to j reached epidemic proportions....., Wiliiamson Honorary pall-! Peter Pearchuk. George Ozar 1 Dave Russell, a guest speaker j pound rose slightly. i back wage demands in excess across Canada but has driven OI semces for the bearers were Joe i and Ted Kaminski. Interment I at the meeting, said Edmonton j r h e Britisi press also gave of the permitted levels. up to 10 per cent of students Frank Sitter Charles Dobroeky was in the Mount Calvary sec- had done a "much better job its conditional approval and] limit on dividend in- and workers to their beds in (jjaf, caiggry" in using its riv-' urged union comDliance. warn- creases lo five per cent a year same areas. er banks for recreational pur- that Britain faces economic and a ceilina on profit margins The west-central Manitoba poses and parks in the down- ruin i-f running at equal to the firm's two best per- town oi Swan River received town areas of the major cities 12 per not checked. -romance years in lhe last five the hardest flu bits. Its junior could be oae solution to pro- The first union reaction came years. high school closed Jan. 12 when vidins apartment d-wellers ac-; m Southampton v. hen 1.000 ship- cess to recreational facilities. nu. tioaal Railways medical centre -Alberta: Dr. George Bell Ed- in Montreal says there is an! montons healtn ouicer, says "unusually high number of flu as manv as last have been many cases of six weeks but absenteeism is i normal for this time o! year. He said there is a possibility the vaccine for Hong Kong flu could j provide proie Pete Kronstein. Join Beluch tion o i Mountain View Cem- and John Bartok. Interment etery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Dir- was in Taber Memorial Gar- colors ci Funeral Service, was dens. Humphries Funeral Home ia charge of the arrangements. Ltd.. Taber, Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. GRAHAM Funeral service for Mrs. Erma Viola Graham, beloved wife of Mr. John Gra- him of SSS 7th St. S. irho died Friday. Jan. 12. 1973. in the Lethbric'.ge Auxiliary Hospital, at the age of 66 years, was held al p.m. Tuesday. Jan. 16. 1573, in Martin Bros. Tradition- al S12 3rd Are. S. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SMITH Funeral service for Clarence Bolen Smith, be- loved husband cf its. Rae Smith of Cardston anti former- ly of Raymond who died at Frovo. uUh, Tuesday, Jan. 1573. at the age cf M years. Jan. 13. 1973. in the Taylor Slake Chapel cf the Church of Jssus Christ of Latter-day Saints with Bishop Ron ".Vatson orfiriatins. Pallbearers were Lester Oviatt. McKay AiL-ed. Cameron Smith. Bill Francis Reed and Randy Gar- ner. Interment was in the Tem- ple Hill Cemetery. Christe-Tsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements CARDS OF THANKS IIOl'LT Dorothy and Cyril Hcult Sr.. wish to convey their thanks to all who caiied at their open house, or sent cards ci congratulations on their mar- riage ro-tir gcod wishes were greedy appreciated. 57S PAVAS Thanks to doctors. nurses and staff at St. Michael's Hospital; to friends and neigh- bors for flowers, food, cards and kind assistance during our --The K. Pavan family. 5S01 JONES Tie family cf lhe late Mrs. Elizabeth Jones wish to .express their heartfelt thanks to the doctor, staff of Edith Cavell Nursing Home. Rev. Man declared uot fit for trial A man scheduled to appear :n provincial court today on charges of assaulting a police officer and car theft has been declared unfit to stand trie! by ihe of ire Alberta Hospital in Fcnoka. Harold Danes, of no fixed ad- dress, was first charged with car theft, but as he was wait- ing for to convene on attacked of the I builders decided on a 24-hour i protest walkout. Despite the possibility of fines for breaking tile provisions will range up to the new guidelines, other unions could follow. our rtt-cni bereavement. Stan, and Jones. Mrs. VT. Lenz. Mrs. L. Shreeve. Reg and 5SOO When court re-convened. Pro- Judge L. W .Hudson committed Davies to Poooka until Jan. IS. KENYEY Funeral service for Bryan Deloss Kenney. hus- band of Debra Kenney of 1513 Hth Ave. S. who died suddenly at Tabsr Saturday. Jan. 13. 1973. at the age of 26 years, was held at p m. TucsrViy. Jan. 16. 1973. in the Taber LDS Slake Chapel with Bishop Keith Francis officiating. Pali- bearers were Jack Bond. Kevin Danes. Sandy Currie. Robert Wesdand. William Elaschuk and Charlie Sirxilinger. ment was in Lhe Taber Memo- rial Gardens. Cnris: e n s e n Saiinon Ponerai Home LtcV, Direrrors o: Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. Dl'CE F-jrera! service for Marvin Pure, beloved husband cf Mrs. Brenda Duce o: Warn- er vho died at Lethbridpe Tnursday. Jan. 11. B73. at age of 25 years, was he'jd at p.m. Saturday. Jan 13. 1573. in the Chrisiensen Chsrel with Rev. R. W. K. Elliori ir.g. Pallbearers were Gorcon Anderson. E r v i r. Hillr.ier. Tern- Makus. StaTiles. Dennis 3.-.d Shel.ion Ball. Interment wa; in ihe Mountain V i e w Cemetery. Chrisrensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Fung- al Service, was in choree o! the arrar-cemejiis. Triple touches off bio maiiluuit Mo. CAP> ;Tne dynamite is under my shii-t, "the banker told his emnloyees. "Tney've got my wife and daughter. ''Don't make any telephone calls, you might trigger this dynamite." A bizarre extortion plot ended when police found the body of the 43-year-old banker, his wife Miclieiiers fly to north area OTTAWA Gov.-Gen. Roland Michener "ill fly to Yel- lowknife. X.W.T.. Thursday for a two-day visit which will m elude opening a new session o: tlie Nortruvest Territories Coun- The Governor-General and Mrs. Michener will af.end a re- ception for local residents at the Sir John Franklin school in Yellow-knife, the only event scheduled for Thursday eve- ning. On Friday, the Governor-Gen- 7n. and a dauehter bound to small 1 trees near" an abandoned farm i eral wil take a dog-team ride in nearbv Detah and attend the rial council with Mrs. Michener. five miles west of Grandin. Each was in a kneeling posi- opsnmg session of the ten-no- tion and each had been shot once through the head. Sheriff Lewis Dawes said. Tne slayings of Robert R. Kit- 1 raVCl 32 ternian: his 43-year-old wife. I7.veaMld Roberta ualUe Kittorman touched off a mas- sive manliunt around onc-e- ihrhing lumber town 120 miles south of St. Louis. The FBI also entered the case because bank extor.ion was involved. OTTAWA (CP) Jamss F. Burriit. 61, of Calgary' has been re-elected chairman of lhe ASTA-Canada Council, it was announced today. Mr. Eoritt. vice-president of Grandin. left with 59.- and mariging director of Bur- Ell be entered Ihe bank !.riil Travel Services Lid., v.ill following the lunch hour direct the acdviies of about WO !5iiay and told employees 'storticoists had attached Kiitcrman. president cf the members '.hat to his body. tr.-d deputies la'.er found the brdips of the Kitter- n'.ans. Hf ?aid there1 was no on ire banker'? body, "or was ihe nionoy o: the Trave: Canadian American Sod Acents The ASTA is designed to keep i members informed cf new de- i Kd improve profes- in the tourist m- CORRECTION! Please note the following corrections: In our fiifir of Wednesday, January 17lh, under lhe Icp right hand picture on page 30 Ihe copy ihould have read at follows Corner Table with 2 Matching Sofas Bv dov ihrpf'CTC r-c'scs en comer grOupmo, bv n.jht it con- verts ecsily in'o spacious bcc? cril soring conslrijciicn ard'lcts Cf focn pcddinpl WooaVn arn-s r-avp wcl-u' finisii. L'pKciitcroci in o "Tolyprspylc-ic yorn w.'h effect in Brcwn cr Grcrn. All for una'cr 520C! 3-PC. SET 138.88 Alio under the second picture from the top right on page 30 of the flier Ihe copy ihould have read at follows 3-Pc. Colonial Corner Group Another attractive corner a'ouoingl great buy! Matching Davenports down into 2 comfortable1 i-i on injlantl Icypn o' foam and coil ipnnp contfrucfion add fir.-nnrss. Covered in 100ro Cotton colonial print in predominating shndc-i of Brian cr Red. SI 98 cial affairs department City says the flu situation is -norms] ;or this time of year." Colnmbia: Dr. Tony Officials at major hospitals in Larson, provincial health de- Mor.ireal say the cases have noi spokesman. says been specificaUy identified as aave been a few deaths of the British variety. i elderly persons ascribed to in- 460 students caught the Ontario: Reports from 20 of! fluenza but tie repora cannot the controls. Fines for violating "u- The school reopened Mon- health units show school ab- be official until laboratory tests day but officials say 105 sm- senie-'-ism across the province are completed. Flu has struck dents are still battling the bug. due to circum-1 most parts of the province but The situation across the coun- stances to be eight per cent and I is net concentrated' in Eny cms try: industrial absenteeism to be location. years. Exports will be exempt from half SI.000 for the first offence and tiere Mill be no limit after that. Save Sears "Posture Mate" Firm 2 PC. Sleep Set HOME FURNISHINGS FESTIVAL set single Reg. support yoi-r body is creeps' The; 5 'he comfcrt c- evr Fcsfure .Mc'e Firm set bscci-'se i! Hcs eOro s. ir. 'Ke 3rd of c--c Prefer cf 5e sc-iness. AN is :cn; --pc. set aoubi Reg. 5179.96 98.98 QUEEN SIZE The 'new full siio' Queen sire bed offers sleeping space 159 ,98 -n rcr su-cce n p-'nt cover s S-m-Gcrd. i- ;he n-cTiress c the air lo tiow in crc o-' iVee'y vcnlilalicn end iSe stoel edge in prefer; sen. 27.98 DopOrHTifnt ''Charge It" Ou Your .Ml Purpose Account STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 o.m. to p.m. Thundoy ond Friday 9 n nv lo 9 p.m. Ctmtrp Village, Telephone 32B-9531. ;