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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tunday, January 30, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 (Jf DEATHS LEPP Passed sway in CoaJdale on Sunday, January 28. H73, following a brief ill- ness. Mrs. Agatha Lepp. at the age of 84 years of Coaldale. 1 ne funeral service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m., in the Menr.onite Conference Church Coaldale. with Rov. Peter Retz- laff officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Ceme- tery. Friends may pay t'neir respects in tiie ChurcJi on Sat- urday from 1 p.m. until just prior to the Service. MARTIN EROS. LTD.. Directors of Fu- neral Service. C6SC3 DEATHS i DYCK Passed away in Coaldale, on Tuesday, Janu- iary 30, 1973, .Mrs. Annie Dyck, a; the age of 51 vears. beloved v.ife of Mr. Frank Dyci of Coaldale. arrangements be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors o! Funeral Service. C6926 MORNING OWL Teens Marie, passed away in Calgary on Sunday. January 2Sth. 1973 ?t the age of i: years, beloved daughter of Mrs. Margaret Morning Owl acd tlie late Roger Morning Owl. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her lovins mother. r.vo brothers. Pa'ric.t Charles aid Clifford and a sister. Debra Ann all at home, as well as many rela- tives of the Blood Band. Re- quiem Mass will be said in the St. Mary's Catholic Church on Thursday. February 1st at 10 a.m.. with Father J. Reenier as Celebrant. Interment will fol- low in ihe Blood Band Ceme- tery. A wake service will be held in the St. Mary's Parish Hall on Wednesday evening. CHRISTEN SEN SALMON FU- NERAL HCrtrE LTD., Direct- ors of Funeral Service. C69C1 DYCK Passed away in the Coaidale Community Hospital on Saturday. January 1973, following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Gertrude a; the age of 8S years of 1010 17th St. N.. Leih- bndge. beloved wife of the late William Dyck. Tne funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 p m.. in the Mennonite Brethren Church at Grassy Lake, with Rev. Henry- Nikkei officiating. Interment Trill follow in ;he family plot. Grassy Lake Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Brci. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. North from 7 to S'30 p.m. on Tuesday, and in the foyer of the Church from p.m. on Wednesday until just prior to the service. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C692S CLELANTJ Passed away in Vauxhall on Sunday. January 2S. 1973. Harold, at the age of 7) years. Born at Ixchute. Que- bec. December !5. 1S93. He moved to Onvley with his par- ents in 1M9. where he farmed and raiched until 1933 moving to Vauxhail. He v-cS employed vslih Alberta Pacific Grain Com- pany and he aLso operated the Imperial Esso Buis Dealership until his retirement in IMS. Sur- vivors, wife. Clara. Vauxhail: two Roy. Lethbridge. Den- nis. Brooks: one brother. Gil- of Lcti-b-idge: me sister. Mrs. Ru-Ji Anderson of Hanna: five grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be from Knox United Church. Taber on Wednesday. January 31 at 1 p.m.. with Rev. Kenneth Mor- ris and Miss Aldeen McKay of- ficictir.g. Interment Mill foilow in Cowley Cemetery. Covsley. Alberta a: r.-c-o p r.-.. In lieu of flowers. donations to '.he Heart Fund, c o Humphries Funeral Home. Taber. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Taber in charge of f.rrarigc-ments. C69CO BERGE.V Passed away on Saturday, January- 27. 1973. Lori :Jean Bergen, age nine years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bergen of Granum. Tne funeral service will be held in the Granum United Church on Wednesday at p.m.. Peter Walker officiating minister. Interment in Granura Cemetery. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. CS922 STUHTEVAXT Passed i away in New Dayton. Miss 'Marilyn lone Sturtevant. at the age of 21 years of Lethbridge, beloved daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. Donald E. Sturtevant of Foremost. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN EROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. i C6937 IRELAND Passed away in the city on Monday, January ,29, 1973, following a brief ill- ness. Mrs. Janet Hays Ireland, at the age of 87 years of 505 7th Avenue S.. beloved wife o! the late Mr. Norman Ireland. Born in McKillop Township, Heron. Ontario, the late Mrs. Ireland moved to Climax. Sas- katchewan in 1910 and retired to Lethbridge in 1950. She was a member of the Maple Leaf Chapter Eastern Star. Past Matron O.A.P.. The Handicap- ped Association and the U.C.W. i She is survived by three daugh- j ters. Mrs. Irene Martin of Cli- max, Sasiatchewan. Mrs. C. G. iDoroftyl Davey of Edmonton. Mrs. R. 31. (Norms) Parker of Lethbridge; one son-in-law. Mr. Lewis Mills o[ Lethbridge: four grandchildren, six great-grand- children: three sisters, Mrs. Mae Dorrance. Mrs. Edith Brown. Mrs. S. (Beth) Phillipps all cf Ontario; two brothers. Messrs. Nelson and Lester Gov- enlcck of Ontario. She was pre- deceased by her husband and 1 two daughters, Mrs. Janet Mills and Miss Mabel Ireland. The fu- r.eral service will be held oa i Thursday at 1 p.m., in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Avenue S.. with Rev. DT. R W. K Elliott officiating. Intermer.t will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respect at Martin. Bros. T R A PITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Avenue S. Phone 328-2351. 3.L4RTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6924 FUNERALS j McCREARV Funeral ser- j rice for John McCreary, be- loved husband of Anne Mc- i Creary of 1251 8th Ave. S. who died in the city Thursday. Jan. j 25, 1973. at -the age o! 61 years, I was held at 11 a.m. Monday, JaL. 29, 1973. in the Christen- sen Chapel with Rev. T. W. j Roycroft officiating. Interment was in Mountain Vie-.v Ceme- tery. Christensen Salmon Fun- era] Home Ltd.. Directors of 1 Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SHOUTING Funeral ser- vice for Ambrose Shouting, be- loved husband of Maggie Shout- ins of the Blood Reserve who died Tuesday. Jan. 23. 1973. was I he'd at 2 p.m. Friday in the j Church of the Immaculate Heart. Moses Lake, with Rev. j J. Hegnier officiating. Pallbear- ers were Bernard and Oliver Shouting, Horace Black Plume. Harrison Wolf Chi'd. Stephen Calf Robe. Geoffrey Bull Shields Warner Scout and Rob- ert Calf. Interment was in the Blood Band Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Fort Mac- j leod, Directors of Fmeral Ser- vice, "was in charge of the ar- I merits. SHADE Funeral service for Shyanne Shade, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pipeslem cf tiie Blood Indian I Reserve who died at Calgsry I Wednesday. Jan. 24. 1973. was held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the 1 Church oi the immaculate Con- j ception. St. Mar.'? School, with Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Pall- bearers were Chris. Keith and j Justin Shade and Oliver Shout- ing. Interment was in the Blood Band Cemetery. Eden's Fun- eral Home Ltd.. Fort Macleod. I Directors of Funeral Service. was in charge of the arrange- I ments. Dairy litrade reeling Jobs concern legislators i RED DEER (CP) Tne dairy industry in Alberta is in trouble due ID a lack of skilled i labor and static milk prices, the I Alberta branch of the Holstein- I Friesiaii Association oi Canada was told here. j Howard J. Hunter, associa- jtion fieldman. said Hutterite I colonies would produce an in- creasing amount cf the prov- ir.ce's dsiry needs over the next 10 vears as older Alberta dairy farmers, discouraged by the labor situation, sell out their herds. The Huttprite? have plenty of labor available and they have pienty C-L capital to buy ex- pensive stamiess steel equip- ment necessar. for handling high production today. Tney are also buying large numbers of I registered breeding stock and jsome colonies in the Calgary i area have qijotas as high as 700 pourds a day. 1 KILLS i.vcE.vrn-E Tliere's good money in dairying but lack of labor kills the incentive to carry on.1' Arnold Hughes, dairy special- ist with the Alberta department of afiriculture, said niilt: pro- 'duction in the province was off an estimated e i g h t to 14 per cent in terms of butterfat pro- duction. Last year the Federal Dairy Commission imported 10 mil- lion pounds from California to maintain supply and keep con- sumer prices stable. This year the commission went to New Zealand for supplies. By THE CANADIAN PRESS Jobs formed a prime topic in three provincial legislatures Monday. 50 seamen who feared they might lose their jobs on the ferry run between Yarmouth. N.S.. and Bar Har- bour, Me., marched on the Nova Scotia legislative build- i ings, when they received gov- ernment assurances the Cana- dian National sen-ice will not be withdrawn or curtailed. Gerald Regan of N.S.. outlining improvements in tire economy since his Liberal government took ever from the Progressive Conservatives in 1970. told the legislature the rate of unemployment now was 6.9 per cent, 2.7 per cent below the Atlantic region average. In 1971 the N.S. figure was 8.5 per cent, he said. Regina. Reg Gross answer- ing criticism that the NDP had lost the confidence of the busi- ness sector, said That in the last 112 months. 53 new business ven- tures. creating new jobs have been developed. Victoria, during a spe- cial debate on unemployment, I Premier Dave Barrett said he asked the federal government last month to restore its 40-per- cent shipbuilding subsidy in British Columbia. Premier Regan told the i peaceful pickets" at Halifax his government was concerned with shipping in the province and would do everything in its power to ensure their jobs. In the legislature the premier said a new air of confidence had arisen "because of this gov- ernment's successful efforts m re-establishing fiscal responsi- bility." He cited higher capital spend- ing, higher retail sales, higher prices lor fishing products, in- Drop-in centre may get house for 5 mouths creased lumber production and construction. In the Saskatchewan house Mr. Gross said the typical free enterprise approach to industry I has not worked in the beneDt of the people. i "I am pleased we refuse to i enter info bad financial agree- ments with multi-national cor- porations who might settle here if the price is said Mr. Gross. Speaking in the B.C. house to a non-confidence motion in- troduced by the Opposition So- cial Credit party. Mr. Barrett said the NDP inherited a pat- tern of unemployment when it defeated the SC last year. Tne motion, citing failure to meet the "critical slate of unemployment'1 in B.C., was 36 t o 15 v.r.h Social Credit. Liberal and Progressive Conservative members voting ia favor. Mr. Barrel', said a provincial study sbov.ed i; was "feasible for us to embark on a major shjpbuijdins and he criticized the federal govern- ment for it; of ployment across the nation to figM He said exmn lumber acd ores, from B C. shoule ''go into Canadian si-lips, built by Cana- dian men msiaed by Canadian crev.-s." "Why doesn't Ouav-'a get the message''1' i The local drop-in centre or- ganization, now called the L7p-1 ward Bound program, will be in temporary facilities for at least; another five moDLhs About CO youins and directors of the program heard city coun- j cil Monday approve considers-1 lien of the use of a house in the downcowr. redevelo-praem area for a temporary head- quarters. If the administration ap- j proves tie use of the house, I located at 527 4th St. S.. pro- i gram directors plan to set up j an office for co-ordinating the various programs operating in j Upward Bound project I EXPORTA CANADA S FINEST CIGARETTE- 'the CRASH INQUIRY CARD OF THANKS ANGERS A.MAX We would like to thank our many friends in Coutts for the lovely farewell party. and Vi Aman. j 6331 PILOTS RHI.VES PiSfed away in Clareshoan Monday. Janu- ary 27. Doris Elizabeth Rhir.es. age 44 beloved of Mr? Mabel Rhir.es of Fon MacUvd. Bm; in Fort Macievxi. sr.o received her ennv education :tnri Foil schools and tJien Business College in Lfthbrid.ce. She work- ed for the legal firm of Mc- Laws i McLaws in a short time for the Willow Creet M.D. Office -ji Sisvely ard later for Dr. R. L. Grynocb. until re- tiring due to ilj health. She uas A devout n-iember of Christ Church Anglican and a mem- of the IOOF Rcbckah Lodge No. 13. Besides her mother she i> survived by two brothers. ]iarvey of Dallas. Tex.is and Henry of Chelan. Wash.; uncles. A. H. Pearson of Fort Macieod and Samuel B. Khir.es of IVrry Oklahoma. Pre- deceased by a brother in Ang- us; iai nui her fa'.licr Harry r.hines. October 1967. iiiiHT.il senioe will be licld in Christ Church on Wednesday at p.m.. Rev. R. Ilvint officiaiinc. Inlernienl in I'nion Omclen-. Friends who wish m.ny donate to the of 'heir clioico. Funer.il by KILN'S NKKAL HO.Mi: LTD.. Forl FUNERALS GLEXXIE F-oneral sen-ice for Charles Melville Glennie. beloved husband C-L Pearl Glen- me of -127 St. who died in the city Tuesday. Jan. 23, 1973. at the age cf 70 years. held at p.m. Satur- day. Jan !T. 1973. Li the Chris- tersen Chapel wii'n Li the MoiirKain Mew Cemetery. Pallbearers w ere Don and Howard Gaibraitn. Lendrurn. Caesson. ar.d Bob and Charlie S'.evenson. In- iermen; was in the Mcumair. View Cemerery. Salmon Funeral Home Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangemer.is. WIER5MA Funeral ser- vice for Simon Wiersma. bc- iiusband o; Anne Wicrs- ivia of Picture BuTie died suiicenly a; Picture Biir.o Jan. 197.i. was held a; 3 p.m. 1973. in ;he Chapel. S'.'7 10th S Pa'.l- bearers were Cornelius Jan Rootslaar. Lambcrttis. Corneli- us and van Rootslaar. Donald PemT.ir.n and Leonard Van Chrisrensen Sal- rr.on Funeral Home Ltd.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. MILLER Funeral service for Volma J. Miller, beloved wifo of Abiah W. iBide1 Miller of Claresholm who died there Tuesday. Jan. 23. 1973. at the age of 78 years, was hold at I p.m. Thursday', Jan. 25, in the Claresholm Church oi Jesus Chris; of Latter-day Saints Chapc-1 with Bishop Roy Ch.ittor.on officiarine.. Pall- bearers were George and Rudd V.lvltohcad. llonri Toonc. Albert Rcdprrs. V'enly Brown and Ix? Intcrmpnt was in the Atvhmount Memorial Gar- dens. Lcthbridco. Christcnson S.i'.mon Funcr.il Home Ltd.. Di- rectors ol Funcrnl Son ice. w.is in charge of (he arrangements.' IN MEMORIAMS WADDLE In loving mem- ory of Edd Waddle, husband. father and grandfather, who i passed away on Januarv 30, 1972. I remembered and sad- I ly missed by Nellie. Effie and Chick and family, "Mil- dred and family. 6351 TYRER la loving memory of my parents Mr. end Mrs. E. Tyrer. and grar.d- father who passed away Jaau- arv 28. IMS. EM5U MoLher and grand- moiher who passed away Feb- ruary S. 19fj. remembered by Ber- tta. Norman and gracd- children 6323, WADDLE In loving mem ory cf a deir faiher end grand- j father. Edward, who passed away January 30. 1972. We easno: bring the old davs back. When were all logeihor. i Bu; secrc: rears and loving thoughts. Will be with us forever. rer.ieriibercd by his, lorag daughter Myrtle, his j grandchildren, Don, Lorraine family, and Sanley, .Vyce and Darcy. 6322 WILLIS In loving memory o: o-.ir ai-.i Mr W Willis, v.h.i passed 30. There's be-.'.ii.Liul grave. Of our Imixi one who's rone And whi'e he lays in peace- ful sleep. His n-p -a in rei.irmhercd his family. 630? Youlhs guiltv of hrrak-iusi youlhs charged with breaking ar.d cntennp and thel; a: Inc's Grocery, St. S and Colic-go Mercury plead- ed piilly in provincial court Monday and remanded to Feb. 5 for sentencing. Roderick William Reid. 16. of Okoloks, and Ssmuel Alborl M. of Cnlpan- broke inlo the husinesjes Sa'.urdaj ni.qhl. They look 5197 from liip'i. Grocon, but got nothing from College Meroiry. LONDON fReuier1 A two- month inquiry i-ito the worst air crash ever known in Britain has left most of the country's 5.000 pilots with a seething sense of grievance. As soon as the inquiry ended last Thunxiay. pilots were de- I nomicing its deliberations and declaring that the hearings were a worse disaster than the crash itself. Their main complaint was the intense publicity glare that lit up a string of allegations made on the crash of a British Eu- ropean Airways iBEA) Trident jetliner that HUed all 118 per- sons aboard, including several Canadians, while taking off from London airport lasi June The pilots' argument was summed up by Captain G. E. G'.Uman. master of the Guild of Air Pilots and Navigators. He said: "One has been treated io ihe daily spectacle of personal and corporate reputa- tions being denigrated during cross-examination by counsel, whose primary aim was to j prove liability for the benefit oi I subsequent litigation." During [he inquiry there were accounts of bad feeling or. the ilisht deck of BEA e: intxperieaced co-pilots and oi heart trouble suffered by the 51- j year old captain. Stanley Keys. I Pile's who attended the in- quiry charged that allegations made by witnesses received sensational press and television treatment, while qualifications introduced later went largely unnoticed. CON- riDENCE' Gordon Hurley oi the British A i r i 11 e Pilots Association BALPA' said: "TV ir.quirr has undermined public con- fidence to a greater degree than could have been envisaged. is ironic because it was ;o sllay passengers' (ears th.it i [hi1 inquiry was made a public one." The pita' main demand that such investigations should in future be he'.d in private, with all interested parties rep- riseiv.Cii. The decision and tiie evidence could then be sur- veyed all in one pieee. without fl.is.hes of sensational publicity along the way. The pilots feel thai allegations and sugpeslions made by wit- j nesses removed from c-on I.-XL have marred their general reriil.ititm will) the public. Tiie accident was generally blamed on premature move- ment of .1 lever which retracted the forward flaps on the Tri- cli-ill's moved Ihe le- ver am) lias no! hoen The results of Ihe inquirj- will i no! K" known for several weeks.' 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