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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May LETHBRIDGE DEATHS SCOTT Passed away in the city on Wednesday, June 5, 1974, Mr Alva Roy Bernard Scott at the age of 87 years, beloved husband of Mrs Pearl Scott of 622 iTthSt N Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C9234 WHITE BULL Passed away in the Blood Hospital on Monday, June 3, 1974, Kate White Bull, aged 89 years, beloved wife of the late Jim White Bull She is survived by two adopted sons, John Heaiy and Reggie White Bull, three sisters, Mrs Jame Gladstone, Mrs Rosie Davis, and Mrs Suzzette Eagle Ribs The funeral service will be held in St Paul's Anglican Church, Blood Reserve, Thursday at 11 00 a m Rev A McCuaig officiating Interment, St Paul's Cemetery Wake service Wednesday evening (tonight) from 7 to 12 00 p m in St Paul's Church Friends who wish may donate to the St Paul's Cemetery Fund, care of Rev A McCuaig Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD, Fort Macleod C9230 CHIEF MOON Passed away on the Blood Reserve on Monday, June 3, 1974, Burton Chief Moon, aged 21 years, beloved son of Mr and Mrs Dan Chief Moon of the Blood Reserve Also survived by eight brothers, John Sr Edward, Guston, Wilfred, Jor- dan, Daniel, Keith and Horace, three sisters, Mrs T (Virginia) Cizmadia, Miss Bertha and Mrs C (Delphine) Shot Both Sides and his grandfather, Tom Morning Owl The funeral service will be held in the Native Revival Centre, Blood Reserve, Friday at 11 00 a m Harold Chief Moon officiating Interment in the Pioneer Cemetery, Blood Reserve Wake service will be held in the Dan Chief Moon residence, Thursday at 7 00 p m Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD Fort Macleod C9231 No public hearings by board EDMONTON (CP) Consumer Affairs Minister Bob Dowhng said Tuesday he will not ask the Alberta Automobile Insurance Board to publicize meetings where it will consider applications by insurance companies for premium increases NDP Leader Grant Notley called for the board to give widespread notice of its meetings so individuals and groups could appear to oppose the premium boosts But Mr Dowhng told the legislature he would not order the board to give such notice Mr Dowhng said interested parties will have an opportunity to make written representations to the board Mr Notley said there are preliminary indications that the companies will seek a 16 6- per-cent increase in rates, but Mr Dowhng said 10 per cent was a more accurate figure Thieves hit Honda Centre, concession Thieves made off with about in parts Tuesday from Lethbndge Honda Centre, 1117 2nd Ave S Police report the thieves entered by cutting a two-foot hole in a wire fence at the rear of the centre In another break-in thieves used an axe to cut a hole in a wall and enter a concession at Dave Elton Park in Lethbndge Police say thieves unsuccessfully tried to smash the padlock on the concession door before taking the axe to the wall About 20 cartons of cigarettes, 10 cartons of chocolate bars and some wieners and buns were taken Tha damage and value of the stolen items amounted to Both break-ins are still under investigation by city police Veterans assemble for salute CAEN, France (CP) "It's part of guess we all like to feel part of that historic day The speaker was Maj Richard Hilborn of Cambridge, Ont, a veteran of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion which dropped behind the enemy lines with the British 6th Airborne Division to set off the great Allied invasion of Nazi Europe 30 years ago His words undoubtedly expressed the mood of most of the 800 Canadian veterans of D-Day who have gathered in Normandy for what is certainly the biggest and perhaps the last commemoration of its kind for many years Most have come under their own steam, representing regimental associations for every unit of the Canadian Army which fought across these sandy beaches and lush fields to help liberate Northwest Europe An official delegation of 160, however, was sponsored by the department of veterans affairs and is taking part in the packed program of French- organized events which started today For most veterans, D-Day (Jour-J, to French speakers) was probably the biggest event in their lives and many have returned again and again to relive June 6, 1944 Everyone encountered here has a special memory of it Cpl Raymond Anderson of Calgary, 49, and still serving with the Canadian Armed Forces, was one of the elite Pathfinders of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion He recalls dropping into freezing water as he landed to light flares for the ghderborne paratroops Lieut Doug Whiting of Montreal has a light- hearted story of how his Royal Canadian Navy frigate the personal yacht of Greek shipping millionaire Aristotle loaded in Liverpool all over her top deck with boxes of bread to supply other vessels in the group The invasion order came before they had a chance to deliver and the Stormont sailed for her anti-submarine duties stacked with stale loaves, which were eventually dumped in the channel "What would Gen Eisenhower have said if he had known we were going into the invasion armed with loaves of hard British said Whiting The veterans spent their first day in Normandy revisiting the beaches and the fertile countryside with its sugar-beet fields, orchards and winding lanes, where 30 years ago in equally sunny weather Canadian tanks rolled in to engage the Nazi Panzers, while the Regma Rifles, Le Regiment de la Chaudiere, the Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto, the Canadian Scottish and other units stormed into Hitler's "Fortress Europe At tne end of D-Day there were 359 Canadian dead and 715 wounded out of the assault troops Physical activity as every mother knows is a baby's game. But her role in it need not be limited to chasing after and picking up Mother- child exercises can be immensely rewarding for both participants The more an infant uses muscles, the more coordination he'll have, enabling him to channel his strength rather than flailing about Lying on mothers legs and being raised in the air encourages development or arm, leg, bacK and stomach muscles summer SAVE on these famous styles. CROSS YOUR HEART? bras Style 1 81 Lace cups cotton straps Regular price S5 50 SALE PRICE Style 1 73 Lace cups stretch straps Regular price S5 50 SALE PRICE 54.49 Style padded iace cups elastic back and stretch straps Regular prjce 95 SALE PRICE Style padded iace cups elastic back and stretch straps Regular price S6 95 SALE PRICE LIVING" bras Style cups stretch straps Regular price 57 50 SALE PRICE Style long line tricot straps Regular price SI 1 50 SALE PRICE 49 HURRY! This sale is for a limited time only -r o c W-' Zellers County Fair 1 j y- _____ ____ Located In Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Dairy a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9-.30 to 9 pjm. Telephone OUT-OF-SCHOOL BICYCLE BONANZA 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 7 and 8 LIMITED QUANTITIES 10 SPEED RACING BICYCLES -23" Frame for Men 21" Frame for Women -Sturdy Steel cranks -Safety reflector pedals -Shimano gear system EACH 89 MEN'S DELUXE 10 SPEED -Hand Brazed 23" Steel Frame -Lightweight steel drop handlebars -Alloy kick stand and Plastic Water Bottle EACH 117 5 SPEED TOURING BICYCLES Steel forks 21" Frame for Men 19" Frame for Women Style handlebars and Saddle.................... EACH 89 20" Hi-Rise BICYCLES -Chrome plated fenders, Wheel rims and handlebars EACH 49 96 BIKE PARTS and ACCESSORIES Combination lock with duty chain each 2.97 Banana each 4.96 LigliiiveiyM Caijiei 10 sroed tnVes cacti 3.67 Tool Bug eacti 1.27 Pant each Water Bottle and Cage set Clip for fiat Trap pedals pair 15 Way Sfte Wrench eai.n 2- Standard Reflector each 32c Light Reflector lor 10 Bikes each 67c 16- Steel Pump 18" Alloy Frame Pump viflh Cl OS 2 66 Kickstand 1or 26 and Single Leg Alloy Kickatand -ach Single Leg Kickwend lot 26 eat1! 1.17 Lightweight headlight each 9.37 Handlebar tape and 20" Convertible BICYCLES -Converts easily to Boys7 or Girls' Bicycle by removing bar EACH 45 Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Teteohone 328-8171 ;