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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 16, 1973 BIRTHS YONKMAN Laurel and Roy Yonfcman are proud to an- nounce the birth of a son, Daniel Roy, born Sunday, June 10, 1973. A brother for Janelle. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. Yonkman of bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Len Bud; of Gull Lake, Saskatche- wan. 4558 TOLLEY Born to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tolley of Fort Mac- leod on May 31st, a son, David Ray. Weight 9 Ibs. 7 oz. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tolley of Fort Macleod and Mr. and Mrs. David Mulholland of Melbourne, Australia. 4559 FUNERAL THOMAS Funeral service for Mrs. Alice Belle Thomas, who died at Calgary Friday, June 8, 1973, at the age of 82 years, was held Wednesday at p.m. in St. Paul's United Church, Milk River, with inter- ment following in the Milk River Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ronald Thomas, Wade Stringam, Jim, Ross and Ken Galps and Brent Piepgrass. Mai-tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM HAMMON In loving mem- ory of Dad, Earl Hammon, who passed away June 17, 1963. remembered by Jerry, Margaret and Families. 4596 Banker against price controls DEATH HAMILTON Sergeant John Paul, passed away suddenly enroute to Alaska where he was posted as a member of the U.S. Army, on Tuesday, June 32th, 1973 at the age of 24 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rhonda Hamilton of Marlow Oklahoma and beloved son of John D. Axminto Kearl Hamil- ton of Carclston. He was born in Yakama, Washington June 29th, 1948 and received his edu- cation in the schools of Wenat- chee, Wash, and Cardston, Al- berta. He came to Canada nine years ago and he had spent the last sevsn years in the U.S. Army. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife, Rhonda, a son Michael; his parents Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hamilton of Cardston; four CARDS OF THANKS HUTCHINSON A special thank you to my nurses and doctors "of Lethfaridge Munici- pal Hospital; for gifts, cards and visits of relatives and friends. you 4560 brothers, John Duncan Jr. Eugene. Oregon, Gordon Livermore, Calif., Norman of of R. of Wenatchee. Wash., Gavin George of Cardston; three sis- ters, Mrs. Harold (Marjorie) Culp of Lafayette, Calif.. Mrs. Paul (Patricia Doreen) Bonnet of Cardston, and Mary Anne also of Cardston. Funeral ser- vices will be held Monday, June 18th at 10 a.m. in the Cardston Fourth Ward L.D.S. Chapel (South Hill, with Elder Heber Williams conducting the service and interment will fol- low in the Cardston Cemetery with full Military Honors. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston, Directors of Funeral Services. C106 HUTCHINSON I would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital for the wonderful care that I received while a pa- tient there. Thanks also to the Milk River Ambulance Drivers and all my relatives and friends who sent flowers, cards, gifts and those who came me. to visit 4561 HALIFAX (CP) Certain controls may be needed on an. economy at times, but Canada should not follow the United States lead in imposing price controls, R. E. Harrison, presi- dent of the Canadian Bankers Association, said today. Mr. Harrison, here for the as- sociation's annual meeting, said when such controls are imposed there is a problem knowing i when to take them off. Pressure J for price or wage increases tends to build up behind a dam of government control. "It takes a pretty fine hand to know when to put them on and when to take them Mr. Harrison said. "The last time the U.S. imposed controls they took them off before a wall built up." If controls were not taken off at the proper time, demands for wage and price increases could be excessive when they were removed. Wide variations shown in auto damage figures FUNERAL TUDOR Funeral service for Jacqueline Murry Tudor, who died suddenly at Leth- bridge June 5 and was buried June 9, 1973, involved casket- bearers Blair Fairies, Don Antal, John Finley, Gordon Snonen and Brian Fairies. Jac- queline was the dearly beloved daughter of Lloyd Tudor and Mr, and Mrs. David Vander- voort, who died at the age of four years. Left to mourn her are one sister, Kristy Lea Tudor; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Merril Ferries of Leth- bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Elza Tudor of Wilson Siding; great grandmother Mrs. Ruth Ferries of Lethbridge; Aunt Donna Gregor of MacKenzie, B.C.; Aunt Patricia Merrich of Dids- bury; Aunt Judy Tudor of Leth- and Uncle Blair Fer- ries, Uncle Brian Ferries, Aunt Cindy Ferries, all of Leth- bridge. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was In charge of the arrangements. BULLOCK family of Alda Bullock, who passed away recently, wishes to express thanks to all those who helped in any way during their be- reavement. We would especi- ally like to thank the doctors and nurses at the Raymond Municipal Hospital, the staff of the Ridge View Lodge, the Welling Relief Society and to all who sent food, flowers cards, and those who made contributions to the Raymond Public Library. Thank you. Ernest Bullock Family 4595 MLLER We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks for all sympathy expressions of during our recent bereave- ment; to the family, friends and neighbors for the cards food, flowers and visits. Thanks also to the pallbearers, the hon- orary pallbearers, and Martin Bros.; to the ladies of the church for providing the love- ly lunch after the service; to those who donated to the Gid- eon Bible Society. Special thanks to Rev. H. Jost for his untiring efforts and understand- ing. Your kindness will always be remembered and appreciat- Canada dancers praised MOSCOW (AP) Canadian dancers Karin Kain and Frank Augustin have advanced to the finals of the Moscow inter- national ballet competition be- ginning Sunday. The news agency Tass noted Saturday the Canadian pair have been "a real discovery" at the competition and "have won the sympathies of Moscow au- diences." Miss Kain and Augustin were among 23 dancers from six countries admitted to the third round by an international jury headed by the chief ballet mas- ter of the Bolshoi theatre, Yuri Grigorovich. The second International competition opened June 7 wit< 75 entries from 23 countries. Forty nine dancers from 19 countries were admitted to the second round. Third-round competitors will hare to perform the pas-de- deux or two variations from Russian classical ballets. They will be accompanied by the or- chestra of the Bolshoi theatre. Russian dancers are so far dominating the competition, with 14 going into the third round. Besides the two Cana- Trujnv. uwitllauu. dians who are with the Ma-1 ant vice-president for research tional Ballet, there are three survivors from Cuba, two from Australia, and one each from Denmark and Mongolia. Mr. Harrison, executive vice- president of the Canadian Impe- rial Bank of Commerce, said controls interfere with the regu- lar movement of the market and he would not be in favor of them. The association president said the banks were aware of the ne- cessity of continuing growth in the "have-not provinces' even though the government was tak- ing action to prevent "over- heating of the economy and in- flation." "We're operating a somewhat easier policy in the slow-growth loan might be granted here that proved at would not be a bank branch in Central Canada. He said the action was being j taken without the need for gov- ernment regulation because the banks are national institutions and have responsibility to do whats best for the whole coun- try. CMA contests consumer information request VANCOUVER (CP) Medi- cal information should be spe- cifically excluded in new leg- islation on consumer protection designed to allow individuals to see their personal credit and other records, the Canadian Medical Association general council decided Friday. "It is sometimes against the best interests of the patient to see his medical said a r e c ommendation approved by the CMA's parliament-like gov- erning body. Dr. D. M. McPhail of Edmon- ton, chairman of the committee on medical services which pro- WASHINGTON (AP) Insur- ance industry researchers in the United States released a re- port Thursday showing wide variations in the damage sus- tained by different makes and models of cars. Industry and government offi- cials saw in the report the po- tential for revising insurance rates to account for automobile fragility and for putting pres- sure on auto designers to come up with stronger cars. The report was based on a re- view of insurance pol- icies on 1972 model cars. The Ford Pinto, for example, had an average loss payment per insured vehicle year of compared with for a Volks- wagen Squareback. The report is due for close study by insurance companies. Dr. Wayne Sorenson, assist- age loss per insured vehicle year: Plymouth Fury III Chevrolet Impala sosed the recommendation, said many patients should not know what is on their medical records. One example, he said, if the nervous patient who has what is medically-termed "a func- tional heart murmur." This condition usually would not affect the patient at all, he said. The individual could do anything he liked, including ex- ercise, climbing or whatever. "However, some people get exceedingly worried about hav- ing a heart condition as they would call it and might change their whole life style." The decision of whether to tell or not is a medical judg- Plymouth Satellite four-door two-door Oldsmobile Cutlass four-door two-door Ford Torino four-door S44, two-door Cheverlet Che- velle four-door two-door Chevrolet Nova Ford LTD Volswagen Beetle Chevrolet Monte Carlo Ford Maverick Plymouth Valiant Duster Ford Pinto American Motors Gremlin ed. -The Miller family. 4562 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE My Linda, having left my bed and board, I will no longer be re- ponslblo for any debts incurred bv her. SIGNED HANK VAN DE BEEK NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF LAURA ANN BYERSDORF, late of the City of Leth- bridge, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 26Hi day of May, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- Tng claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the under- signed Solicitors by the 23rd day of July, A.D. 1973 full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor. J6! IN MEMORIAMS WARD In loving memory of a dear father and grandfath- er. Martin Ward, who passed away June 16, 1964. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die. Precious forever are memories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered by Lawrence, Marie and family. 4564 HAMMON -TlTloving mem. ory of my beloved husband Earl Hammon, who passed away June 17, 1963. y I think of you again this day As I have done so often I feel again the dreadful loss not seen to soften. His will, will be done remembered by his wife Marian 4565 BAINS in loving memory of our dear dad, and grandad William Claude Bains Sr who passed away June 15, 1353. Black Sept, hearings r? postponed CAIRO (AP) A magis- trate's hearing for eight defend- ants in the Black September killing of the United States am- bassador to Khartoum and two other diplomats has been post- poned indefinitely, sources said today. informed NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Sublect to the provisions of section 8.1 of the Municipal Taxation Act and City of Lethbridge By-Law No. 3063 we wish to advise that any buildings or Improvements completed or occupied during the current year are subject to assess.-nent and will be taxed for the proportional number of months of completion or occupancy during 1973. Further information may be obtained by contacting the Office of the City Assessor at City Hall. F58 memories to He gave us love in fullest measure Care devotion treasure, He shared our hopes, joys and tears. God bless you dad, for those precious years. remembered by daughter Kathleen, How- ard and grandchildren. 4579 D'ANDREA-In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather Nocola, who passed away June 18, 1969. He met his Maker, his work well done, For his wife, each daught e r and each son, Now he rests in perfect sleep, memory we shall always keep. remembered by Mom and all the family. 4563 The hearing was scheduled to begin this weekend in Khar- toum, the Sudanese capital. The delay was granted to permit se- lection of a team of defence lawyers, sources in the Suda- nese capital said. Thursday night a senior Suda- nese official in Khartoum had said the determine whether a trial should be were to begin Sunday. The Cairo press reported today that 22 Sudanese lawyers would de- fend the eight accused. It is known that the Khar toum government has been un der pressure to delay the tria indefinitely because of its poten tially explosive political nature. The eight Palestinians are ac cused of killing U.S. Ambassa dor Cleo Noel; Noel's charge d'affaires, Curtis Moore and Belgian charge d'affaires, Guy Eid in the Saudi Arabian em oassy in Khartoum. The killings took place after the defendants seized the build- ing March 2 and tried to barter the lives of the diplomats for the freedom of Palestinians held in West Germany, Jorda- nian and Israeli jails. at State Farm Mutual Automo- bile Insurance Co., said it would be premature to say companies will adjust rates to allow for the damageability differences j REACTION PROBABLE i "But to the extent the figures are useful, some companies will probably take advantage of he said. "Historically, it has been ex- ceedingly difficult to get dam- age figures on a make and model basis. Now, the HLDI has shown it can do this." HLDI is the Highway Loss Data Institute, a non-profit re- search and study organization set up by eight auto insurers. SorerXon said the researchers hope to have data on 1973 model cars later this year and then provide the figures every year. Major auto manufacturers said they were denied a copy of the report immediately and could not comment. The report included only Volkswagens among foreign cars. Among the popular models of American cars, the study showed these figures for aver- NATO ministers ready for meet COPENHAGEN (Reutcr) NATO foreign ministers an- nounced today their readiness to begin the first phase of the 34-nation European security conference in Helsinki July 3. A communique at the end of a two-day NATO ministerial coun- cil session also said that the foreign ministers expected East-West negotiations on force reductions in Europe to begin in October. The communique said that the foreign ministers reaffirmed that constructive and specific results from the security con- ference could be achieved only through a process of detailed and serious negotiations without time limits. The conference will In three first will be at foreign ministers level, sec- ond at. the level of experts and the third possibly at summit level Membership in UN sought UNITED NATIONS (Reuter) West Germany applied today for United Nations membership. The request was contained in a letter signed by Foreign Min- ister Walter Scheel and handed t o Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim by West Germany's UN observer. Horse-shoe cake for princess WALSALL. England (Reu- ter) Princess Anne and Lieut. Mark Phillips, whose love of horses brought them together, will have a horse- shoe-shaped cake at their wedding Nov. 14, it was dis- closed today. A firm in this central Eng- land town said the 22-year-old princess has accepted its of- fer to make a four-tier cake topped by two sugar horses standing under a tree. The cake will also be fes- tooned with more horses and sporting motifs, the "firm's managing director, Gordon Lycett, said. The princess and Phillips, 24, met at a reception for the British equestrian team after it won a gold medal at the Munich Olympic Games last year. Canadians jailed LONDON (CP) Already this year, 12 Canadians have been jailed here for trafficking in drugs. With the summer youth influx to Europe just started, the arrest rate is run- ning four times that of 1972. A British customs spokesm a n said the increase is associated with the use of London Can- adian airports as "staging points" for smuggling drugs between North Africa and the United States. ment, he said, and such infor- mation should not be disclosed in personal records about the patient. Several consumer groups have asked for consumer pro- tection bills or "disclosure leg- islation" to ensure individuals could know their credit ratings and other information being kept on them, such as employ- ment ratings. UNDERSTAND However, Dr. McPhail said such groups probably would un- derstand about the confidential- ity of medical records and would be willing to see a clause or paragraph included in such legislation to ensure this could be excluded. The 250-m ember council ducked, however, and referred back to the board of directors another matter concerning con- fidentiality of patient records. This recommendation op- posed the "opening of medical records" the patient's file- to non-medical persons, such as agents of insurance companies wanting to take copies from the files rather than having the in- formation sent to them in a let- ter by the doctor involved. The recommendation was re- ferred back to the board for re- wording and likely will be brought before council anda next year, Dr. McPhail said. Dr. R. D. Atkinson of Water- loo, Ont., speaker for the gen- eral council, told a news confer- ence this opening of files in be- ing done in some states. "The practice is not wide- spread in be said, "but there have been some overtures (from, CONSENT Dr. Atkinson, who is a medi- cal doctor for an insurance agency, said the present prac- tice in Canada is for the doctor at the agency to write to the patient's doctor "with the pa- tient's written consent" and ask for the information on a confidential basis. The insurance doctor would not tell the patient, even if the policy were refused for health reasons, but would refer the pa- tient back to his own doctor, he said. He personally believes this is a better method than opening the files. Union men told don't fear jail TORONTO (CP) Support- ers of the Confederation of Na- tional Trade Unions' (CNTU) Ontario organizing wing were told Friday to seek con- frontation and not to fear jail. "Jails are made for men." said CNTU leader Michel Chart- rand, chairman of the CNTUs Montreal Council, at the open- ing of the Canadian Union of General Employees (CUGE) in- augural convention. "We might as well explore he told about 250 per- sons. "Then we know what we want to do for those we want to put in." CUGE is still trying to win re- instatement of about 300 hospi- tal workers fired by Toronto Western Hospital last summer for an illegal strike. Patrick Murphy, CUGE presi- dent, called Friday for the hos- pital to "sit down like men and negotiate with us." "If you don't, the con- frontation will be on July 12. We give you that date. Remem- ber it well." Marcel Pepin, CNTU presi- dent, said it was his "first weekend out of jail since the be- ginning of February." He was jailed with two other labor lead- ers for declaring an illegal strike. "If you have the chance to go to jail for the same reasons, you will find jail is not serious, jail is not mortal.' He said in Canada "the mi- nority rules by force, the same way the board of governors rules the Toronto Western Hos- pital." Four killed STE. ROSE, Man. (CP) Four people were killed in a traffic accident early today near this community 115 miles northwest of Winnipeg. RCMP said the crash involv- ed a car and camper and a school bus. The 22 school chil- dren and two adults in the bus escaped serious injury. No further details were im- mediately available. DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG! Call AG i CABLE LOCATION SERVICE IN ADVANCE Dial "0" (Zero) and ask for Zenith 07128 (Toll Free) THANK YQ.U. Dead fish ROME (AP) A ton or more of fish floated dead on the Ti- ber River in downtown Rome today. Long stretches of the river's banks were covered with dead fish, from the Angel's Bridge near the Vatican toward the sea. Police opened an investiga- tion. Experts had warned recently that the Tiber was so polluted from industrial and urban waste that a fractional increase in the pollution would be fatal to fish. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP A SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. A PHONE 'BUY OF THE WEEK' ASTRO REALTY LTD. 01 328-7748 Very well designed, 2 bedroom home with split entry on a quiet street in North Lethbridge, 940 sq. ft., fully carpeted, Immediate possession. Priced only at This home must be seen to appreciated. TO VIEW CALL VERNA COUTTS-327-6697 DICK JOHNSON 327-0339 JOHN PENNER (On Holidays) ALICE HAHN 327-3708 Ross Maxwell Estate and Marvin Bates HOUSEHOLD FARM SHOP TOOL AUCTION SALE Mile South and 14 Mile East COALDALE, ALBERTA MONDAY, JUNE 25 p.m. Moving been favoured with instructions from the Ross Maxwell Estate and Howard Bates we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee at to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with settlement In full be- fore removal from the farm. FARM MACHINERY Case tractor with 3 point hitch; 3 point hitch mower 3 point hitch cultivator; point hitch one way disc plow; point hitch ditcher; Deere model 720 diesel tractor with good rubber. (Ideal unit for sprinkler Deere 10 ft. rubber tired disc; ft. Jeoffroy chisel plow; ft. Mayrath grain auger; hog waterers. feeder; Set of pig cast- rators; brand; model 50 diesel tractor. TRUCKS Fargo 3 ton truck Chev ton truck, dual wheels, 4 speed .transrnisison and V6 motor, stock racks. 30 ft. single oilfield float trailer (Hi-Boy) with air brakes and shock blocks. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Rand adding machine typewriter finshed L-shaped office desk (good condition) SHOP TOOIS AND MISC. ITEMS Large quantity of wrenches, socket sets, pliers, screw drivers, and many more shop tools. shed; 220 amp electric welder with 90 ft. cables, large quantity of assorted new welding rod; !b. propane bottle; hydraulic jacks; drive socket set; Several tool boxes; Quantity of brass fittings; set; Several large wrenches; acetylene welder. of booster cables; gun; charger; 1 Hydraulic press with 7" ram; trailer with air brakes; back propane tank; gal storage tank; Portable pipe stands; boomers; saws; 9" sander-grinder. W electric drill; electric drill; end Die sets; l-Timing light; piece power bit bit set from to drive socket set complete from to pipe wrenches. fire extinguisher; fire ex- tinguishers; Several C clamps; masks; Large quantity of crescent wrenches, screw drivers, ham- mers, wrenches, punches, grease guns, mallets. Several truck chains. Many, many more shop tools and misc. too numerous to men- tion. LUMBER Quantity of new pressure treated corral lumber Quantity of new treated posts HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES range. refrigerator (late 1 McClary gas dryer; 1-Bike; house. Plus many more Items. Lady's 120 Bass accordion (Ideal for stu- dent or (Approx new.) saddle (Ideal for ladies or SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving the South by Word of Mouth" For further Information phone 345-3534 or the owner AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. 010170 tie. No. 005615 lie. No. 010121 ;