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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta p bloody n SALISBURY (Rculer) Afri can nationalist leader Bishop Abel Muzorewa said toda; bloody revolution is inevitable In Rhodesia unless the country's white rulers end racial oppres cion of the black majority. Bishop Muzorewa hsaded ari African nationalist delegation appearing before the British commission testing Rhodesian opinion on proposed terms to grant legal independence tc white-ruled Rhodesia. Rhodesia proclaimed its independence unilaterally Nov. 11 1965, considered an illegal step Under the new proposed constitution, if accepted by a majority of Rhodesians, blacks gradually would become members of Parliament, but it would be ivolt years before black majority rule could be attained. There now are 18 blacks in the 66-member Parliament. Referring to resentment ol blacks at their treatment, the Bishop told the commission: As long as we have the kind of legislation we have today and although these feelings may not came in the near future, in the long run bloody revolution is inevitable In this country." REJECT PROPOSALS The bishop announced the FEET Yugoslav stnvardMK Vlllo-vic survived a fall of feet when her Yugoslav Air Transport DC 1 exploded over Czechoslovakia. Experts theorized that she (ell with tailpiece of t h e plane which slid down a snow-covered slope. The 27 others In Ihe plane were plcu on Huttei EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government if planning a legislature committee to resolve involving communal property sayi Municipal Affairs Minister Dave RuaMll. The committee will likely be set up tWi spring with f i vu ?es ite expan hearing! to be held in the summer, he said In an Interview. The Communal Propertlea Act Is usually spotted to Hutterltt colonies wtta a highly emotional atmotpbara but that should be avoided, be aid, became "we will not be dealing UIIIKlUn IBULU ZJ jrium sion specific applications in specific totalities." Mr. Rustel said a mentor km will be placed on colony expansion until fte re view, announced In December after the firing of the Oommu nal Properties Boert, is fln lined. "I don't know what is going to happen during the interim between the passage of the bil of rights and completion of the review but I hope people will be reasonable during it." Births, Deat Cards Q In Mei DEATHS MAH Passed away in :lly on Monday, January 2 1972, following a brief illnes Mr. Zoong Mah, at the age o 85 years, beloved husband o Mrs. Thew Yee, of 1009 23 St N. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m in Martin Bros. MEMORIA CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., Witt Rev. Dr. R. W. .K Elliott ofl elating. Interment will follow in the Chinese section, Moun tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu neral Service. Funerals, f Thanks, j moriams FUNERALS QUALLY Funeral service for Powior Goodrich Qually Foremost resident who died a Bow Island Monday, Jan. 24 1872, at the age of 68 years was held at p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Tradltiona Ohapel with Rev. Leslie J Smith of Foremost officiating Pallbearers were George Hdm berg, Letter Christiansen, Car Thompson, Russel Clifton, Ar Trace and Magnus Hougen Honorary pallbearers were Ove TrapneH, Emil Laqua, Jack Dybert, Rusaell Dickson Douglas and Amok Leighton. Interment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the pot face competiti WINNIPEG The prea-Ident of the Manitoba Vegetable Growers Association says competition from potato producers in Alberta and Saskatchewan will increase in the coming months. Speaking to the association's annual convention Wednesday A. R. Chorncy said the increased interest In potato production from UK other two prairie provinces is having an effect on the Manitoba potato export industry. He also warned potato producers to expect producers on increase competition on the world market, particularly in procened and dehydrated products. But looking at fee entire vegetable production situation in Manitoba, Mr. Chorney said there may be leas producers in the coming year. He said producers must look at the convenience food business and be prepared to gear their production to the changing demands of toe food rejection iif the British-Rhodesian proposals by the African National Council, spearhead of popular black resistance to the settlement terms. He said ths settlement terms leave Rhodesia 's blacks in a state of continuing subjection by the white minority. At the same time, the bishnp described the explosion of African violence which hit several Rhodesian centres last week as blacks "outbursting from their suppression." He called the police killing of 14 black rioters murder. One of the ANC leaders, Michael M a w e m a, told Lord Pearce he and his colleagues feared government action against them for appearing before the ASPHALT j f PAVING 1 rf TOtlESTRUP k Conitrucllon Ca. Ltd. A SAND and GRAVEL A W r-HONI m 328-2702 377-3410 J NEUFELD Passed awa suddenly at the residence o Tuesday, January 25, 1972 Mrs. Agnes Neufeld at the ag of 43 years, beloved wife o Mr. Kornelius Neufeld of Coa! dale. The funeral service wi be held on Saturday at p.m. in the Coaldale Mennonit Conference Church, with Rev Peter Retzlaff officiating. In terment will follow in the Coal dale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP EL, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328 2361 (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9833 DDGGAN Passed away in Ihe city on Wednesday, January 26, 1972 following a brief illness, Mrs. Anna Gertrude Duggan of 223 24 St. S., belovel wife of the late Mr. Harolc Huxley Duggan. The funeral service VTill be held on Saturday, January 28th at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. C. H. Parkes officiating. Interment will Mow in Vancouver. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., phone 328-2361, (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9834 BEIGUN Martin of Blair-more passed away in the Pin-cher Creek hospital, Thursday, January 27, 1972 at age 83 years. He was born in Poland and came to Canada In 1916 settling in Blairmore where he has been a resident since. At the time of his death, he was a guest of the Crestview Lodge, Plncher Creek. He was employed by the West new about Alta. guarantee OTTAWA (CP) The federal government's promise to consult the Alberta government on national energy policy is nothing new, a spokesman for Prime Minister Trudeau said Thursday. "It is standing government jolicy to consult provinces where their interests are involved and we've indicated this will be the case with Alberta's fllerest in energy." Don Getty, Alberta minister of federal and intergovernmental affairs, issued a statement Wednesday announcing hat Mr. Trudeau had given Alberta a guarantee of "prior consultation" in changes of national energy policy. The prime minister's spokesman said the guarantee was n'ven in a letter last year from rtr. Trudeau to Alberts Premier Peter Lougheed. Similar rights might be given to other interested provinces if they so revested. The spokesman confirmed a statement by Mr. Getty that the ederal government has not yel decided on an Alberta request that an Alberta observer be permitted at energy talks wilh other Funeral service for Hans Friedrick Wilhelm Kascli, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Kasch of 2006 7th Ave. S. who died in the city Sunday, Jan. 23. 1972, after a long 111-ness at the age of 65 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Rev. H. W. Mar-in officiating. Pallbearers were Duncan McNabb, Henry Ben-nick, Jerry Barrir, Jerry Kos-tka, Paul Shimek and Bill Buck-man. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the orders show of strength LONDON (CP) Britian ordered a show of might in the Caribbean Thursday following reports of rising tension along the disputed border between Bntish Honduras and Guatemala. The British foreign office and Defence Minister Leonel Vas-saux of Gautemala denied, however, that Guatemala was massing troops along the British Honduras border to press 113-year-old claims to some ol the colony's territory. The foreign office spokesman said Britain's air, sea, and land task force was dispatched to British Honduras for training SALE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF DOREEN'S BOUTIQUE (including BEAUTY PARLOR) by Damn M. Filgai, in bankruptcy) BIDS TO BE SUBMITTED TO W. R. LORD, C. A., Trustee 434 7th Strwt South P.O. Box 940, Uthbrldnt Prior a.m., hbruary 4, 1972, ol whith o muting will ba hold at 434 7th Sinn South, Lalhbridgi to opon and anniunn Iht All blddin an invittd la attend tin muting. will iiipply en roquoit Inventory dtlalli of auoti which will bt lold in loti only. Only toalod onvolopoi will acnptid, marktd on fact Ttndor-EMatt of Damn M. Filgai, a bankrupt." highcif, or any Ivndtr will not nvctiMrily bt ac-cfpttd. FOR APPOINTMENT TO INSPECT CALL rail line cleared CALGARY main CP Rail line between Revel-stoke and Golden, B.C., was cleared early today of a snow-slide which had held op traffic for two days. The slide of wet snow came from across the valley and demolished part of a snowshed protecting the line when it hit the underside, Cold weather then froze the mass and made it difficult to clear, said company spokesman Bob Ferguson. A large backlog of freight to the coast has accumulated, he said, and would take some time to Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Los G e o r g e Randolph Hearst, 67, the eldest son of the late William Randolph rlearst and longtime executive of the Hearst publishing empire. Mahalia Jackson, 60, gospel singer and recording artist whose name appeared on marquees from Carnegie Hall in New York to the capitals of Europe, of a heart seizure. Maxime Garcia, 40, one of France's leading jockeys who won more than races during his career, when he fell and hit his head while OF THANKS ORGAN We, the family of he late Laura Organ would like to thank the doctors and all the taff of the Campbell Clinic, medical third floor staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, Mrs. Paskiuki and staff of Edith Javell Nursing Home for the wonderful care given our loved one. We would also Hke to thank lev. Hankinson for his visits and spiritual guidance. Our sincere thanks and appreciation to he pallbearers, relatives and Fiends for their help and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. Mr and Mrs Charles G 22.2 million Ira j-fc j-fcjr -Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Joe-venazzo; Mr. and Mrs. G. Giles. Collieries Mine in Blairmore, retiring in 1953. Requiem of a dear son-in-law, IG will be celebrated in St. Anne's Catholic Church., Blairmore, Saturday at a.m. Interment will follow In 28, 1911. Ever remembered and aad-ly missed by Mrs. Julia Fury W 9 S 5 Catholic Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS, LTD., is in charge. In loving 3 DIG ROEBUCK T h u r sday, January 27, 1972, Sarah, aged 86 years, beloved mother of sons, John and of mom and dad. EMMA mother and grandmother who passed away February 8, 1965. EDWARD Father wtff Roebuck of Champion. Born at Helmshore, Manchester, England she oame to Lethbridge in 1914 and has resided in who passed away anuary 28, 1968. E v e r remembered anc deeply missed by Champion district since and children, one great grandson, one step brother, several nhces and nephews in England. Predeceased by her husband Theodore in 1961. Services at St. ATdhclm's Anglican Church, Vulcan, Monday 1 p.m., Father John Prince and Rev. A. Collier officiating. Inter ment, Mbunlain View Memorial Gardens, Calgary. In lieu of In loving mem-ry of a dear husband and ather, Mike Hanzel, vrho passed away January 28, 1970. He gave us love in fullest measure, Care, devotion memories to treasure, He shared our hopes, ers, donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C9831 BOSCH Passed away suddenly at the residence on Wednesday, January 26, 1972, Mrs. Cecilia Bosch, at the age of 72 years of 1019 10th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Lso Bosch. Born in Russia, the late Mrs. Bosch moved to South Dakota and from there to Faith in 1910 where they homestead-ed before moving to Coutts in 1947. 5te moved to Lethbridge in October 1968 and has resided here until her passing. Site is survived by five sons, George, Coutts, Joe, Lethbridge, Peter and Kenneth, Coutts, Edward, Calgary; three daughters, Mrs. (Annie) C. Eigard, Lavanlon B.C., Mrs. (Harriet) C. Mad-sen, Wcybum, Mrs. (Grace) L. Ferguson, C a r m angay 17 grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. (Annie) J. J. Kambcllz, Lethbridgc, Mrs. (Helen1 T. Kambeitz, Lethbridge, Mrs. (Caroline) G. Karls, Foremost. Funeral arrangements will be announced when c o mpleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. tears, God Bless You Father, for those precious years. Your life was unselfish, for others you lived, Not for What you received, but for what you could give Dear God take a message to our Dear Dad above. Tell him we miss him and give him our love." lovingly remembered, sadly missed by his wife Mary and son Edward 6100 RANZEL In loving memory of a dear father, Mike anzel, who passed away January 28, 1970. You can only have one father, patient, kind and true, No other friend in all the world, will be so true to you. No one knows my longing, as I write these simple linos, For my father's love and friendship, that are no longer mine. You shared my hopes, my Joys, my fears, God bless you, dad (or those precious yean, misted by Dennis and Lotctta. a happy fashion mix with these new separates! QUICK CROCHET! Hair-phi lace inserts add fascination to s h e 1 1-stitch vests, matching skirt. Use fluffy synthetic yarn. Pattern 7167: new sizes 10-12; 14-16 included. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto J. reform legislation lias been passed by "Highlights for Individuals" and "Valuation Parliament and is now law. These should provide answers to most of your What does lax reform mean to you? How will questions. ilalTcctyou? Some taxpayers will receive additional informa- To nnswcr these questions, the Deparlment is lion, according lo their specific needs. conducting a massive national mailing program. Read your booklets. Afterwards, if you have Booklets arc now being printed and mailed to all tax- questions, ask us. We'll be glad to help. payers as quickly as they come off the press. You will find that your booklets will make it The complete mailing will be finished in about easier to file your income tax return in 1973, because three weeks. they will help you to prepare now. All taxpayers will receive at least two 1 MJBK national, Hi I Taxation WORKERS BENEFIT DETROIT (AP) Nearly General Motors Corp. employees will rccicve nearly 1124 million earned through the company's stock-savings program GM announced today, rhc distribution, the 12th annual payment from the prop-am, represents the malura-Ion of savings made in 1966. Employees will receive fl.93 for tvery ?1 saved that year under he program, in which GM puts n fl for every invested by lie ;