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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 _ IHt LFIHBRIDGE HERALO Saturday, Jum 17, BIRTHS TENNANT Mr. and Mrs. .las C. Tennant (nee Janice Kiraber) announce the birth of a son, Michael James Richard, in Montreal on June 8, 1972. -1003-19 RUSZUAK Mr. anil Mrs. Paul S. Ruszuak wish to an- nounce the arrival of a hoy, Robert Paul, born June 13, 1972. Brother to LaVerne and Sheri. Insured. 4033 RUDE Dale amt Nancy {nee Cairns) are happy to an- nounce the birth of their daugh- ter, Jane Leslie, on June 13, 1972 at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Cairns, Leth- bridge and Mrs. Marianne Rude of Seattle. 4019 DEATH d a, passed away in Taber on Saturday, June I7th, 1972, at the age of 86 3'ears. Funeral arrangerrients will be announced when com- pleted, CHRISTENSEN SALM- ON FUNERAL HOMES LTD., in charge of arrangements. C2631 DEATH LOUENCX Frank. passed away in the city on Friday, June Mtli, 1972, at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Barbara Lorencz of 62G 9th St. S. Mr. Lorencz was bom May 22, 1890 in Bokovin- ain, Austria, Hungary. Ho came to Canada in 1906 and to the Lethhridge area in L940, where he has resided until the time of his passing. He is sur- vived by his wife, Barbara; five sons, Joe, John and Bruce of Lethbridge, Anthony of La- mont'and Frank Jr. of Calgary; nine daughters, Mi's. Mary Nemeth, Sirs. Katie Kelemen, Mrs. Agnes Sipos, Mrs. Annie Palasty, and Mrs. Dorothy Vass, all of Regina, Mrs. Velna LeGrancleur and Mrs. Isabel Powell of Calgary, Mrs. Teresa Hay of Shaughnessy and Mrs. Alice Koenen of Picture Butte; 45 grandchildren, 41 great- grandchildren, and three broth- ers, George of Lethbridge, Ben of Peace Diver and Alex of Lestock. Requiem Mass will be said in St. Patricks Catholic Church on Tuesday, June 20 at 10 a.m., with Father M. Gillis as celebrant. Interment will fol- low in the Mount Calvary Cem- etery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel on Mon- day, June 19tli at 7 p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors DEATH WILSON Passed away in he city on Friday, June 1C, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Maitland Allan Wilson, at Jie age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Bertha Wilson of 823 21 St. S. Born in Ontario, the late Mr. Wilson came west to .Wilkie, Saskatchewan and was the well known editor and publisher of the Wilkie Press for 50 years prior to re- tiring to Lethbridge in 1967. Besides his loving wife, be is survived by, two daughters, Mrs. A. R. (Lennie) McFadden of Lethbridge, Mrs. R. E. (Feme) Hunt, Calgary; four grandchildren and one sister Agnes in Ontario. Funeral ar- rangem-jnts will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2629 of Funeral Service. C2630 Exclusive Dealer For KUSTOM KOACH TRAVEL TRAILERS Features include; Tinted slide windows Eye level gourmet oven Plus many other exclusive features. A Complete Line to Choose From SAVE DURING OUR OPENING SPECIAL at idqe Villa Sales 1010 2 Ave. A. N. Phone 328-2252 (1 Block West of Centre Villag. Mall) FUNERAL LOVE Funeral service for Mrs. Isabella Love, beloved wife of the late Tom Love of Taber who died there Tuesday, June 13, 1972, at the age of 85 years, was held at 2 p.m. Fri- day, June 10, 1972, in K n o x Church, Taber, with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. Pallbearers were Doug Lacey, John Jesper- sen, Jr., Bftice Jespersen, Dave Lepp, Rod Main and Lary Luft Interment was in Taber Memo- rial Gardens. Humphries Fu- neral Home Ltd., Taber, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS SMITH To all our friends and our family, we wish to ex- press our gratitude for making our 50th Wedding Anniversary such a wonderful and happy occasion. Edith and Alf Smith 4044 STUDENKA I would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at St. Michael's Hos- pital for their excellent care, and kindness given to me while a patient there; also to my friends and relatives lor their visits, cards and gifts. Sincere thanks to all. Studenka 39S2 PINTER We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital for the care they gave John. Our deep appreciation to Rev. Father G. Marien and alter boy. Special thanks to the pallbear- ers and to Martin Bros. Fun- eral Directors. Thank you to all those who sent cards, floral tributes and food and for all other acts of kindness and ex- pressions of sympathy shown us during our sad bereavement. Margaret Nagy Nagy and Family Hetesy and Shirley 3991 RENT-A-BOBCAT Available by the Day, Week or Monrh (with or withouf operator) Back Filling Driveway Excavating Corral Cleaning Landscaping Hog Pen Clen Hauling Phone 328-4765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenue S, NOTICE CENSORSHIP REVIEW A select Committee of the Legislature has been established to review existing Alberta legislation and practices relating to censorship. Submissions from interested people are invited. Briefs shouid be hand-written or typed and signed by the group or individual submitting the brief. Briefs are to be mailed to the Chairman, Censorship Review Board, Room 513, Legislative Building, Edmonton, prior to August 22nd, 1972. Public Hearings veil I be field in the early fall, with locations, times and dates to be announced later. After review, the Committee will make such recommendations regarding the future of censorship in Alberta as may be deemed appropriate. Ernie Jamison, MLA, Chairman Censorship Review Board Room 513, Legislative Building Edmonton GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA REDD To Ihe doctors nurses, and aides at the Ray- mond Municipal Hospital my sincere thanks for the wonder- 'ul care I received while a pa- lent there; to the relatives 'fiends, teachers and students my gratitude for the flowers cards, letters and visits. They were all deeply appreciated. Velma Redd 3891-17h CAUUOLL Thanks to my doctor and bis colleagues, the lurscs of St. Michael's Hospi al; friends, relatives who jrought or sent flowers, cards and treats; to those who made visits, ami to all those who made inquiries and sent thei >est regards during my recen Uness. Carroll and family 3993 CARDS OF THANKS HAZ I wish to express my icartfelt thanks to all those vho sent flowers, cards and anie to visit me during my tay in the hospital. A special hanks to the doctor and nur- es of the Lethbridge Munici- ial hospital for the wonderful care given we. Mrs. Veronica GAilEAU We wish to ex press our sincere thanks ti the doctors and the nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospita and Southland Nursing Home lor the care and kindness given Mm during his stay. Als special thanks to the many friends and relatives for thi cards, flowers, expressions o sympathy and to all those wh helped in anyway during our The Nelson Family 'file Nelson Family COiWAY 1 would sincerely like to thank the Foremost LJoi_ Club who were my sponsors in the 1972 Foremost Maverick Mardi G r a s Rodeo Queen Contest; also, all those whf a dear husband and falher, laleb Candy, who passed away June 18, 1970. Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just to the end of his days, Sincere and kind In heart and mind What a beautiful memory he left behind. remembered by wife Hose and sons Albert and Leonard. 3998 GIACCHETTA In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Sam Giacchetta, who passed away June 19, 1970. Gone, dear father, gone forever How we miss your smiling face, But you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once enjoyed, How sweet the memory still- But death has left a loneliness The world can never fill. loved and remem- bered by his wife Elisa, sons, Felix, Thomas, Jim and families. 4020 Trudeau in vote crouch? OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister IVudeau appears to have gone into a low-profile stance, which some of his supporters describe as a crouch, before he springs into a fall election. Conservative leader Robert Stanfield and New Democratic leader David Lewis continue criss-crossing Canada. But the IN MEMORIAMS HAMMON In loving mem- ory of a dear falher and grand- falher, Earl Hammon, who passed away June 17, 1963. loved and remem- bered by Margaret and Jerry and families. 3995 RENSCIILER In loving memory of my dear husband Albert, father and grandfather who passed away one year ago today. missed and remem- bered by wife Julia; Doro- thy, Louis and family; Roger; Douglas. Janet and family; Garnieth, Joan and family; Carol, Harmen and family. 3999 HAMMON In loving mem- ory of my beloved husband Earl Hammon, who passed away June 17th, Time cannot dim or take away The beautiful memories I have of you; We do not ever walk alone When we love and trust in God. remembered by his wife Marian, Turin. 3594 Fire-resislanl sleepivear ordered WASHINGTON (CP) Re- jecting industry pleas for delay, the U.S. government is ordering manufacturers t o make small children's sleep- wear fire-resistant. Commerce Secretary Peter Peterson told reporters here the first phase of the flammabilily satndard, cov- ering sizes 0 to OX, win go into effect July 29. After that date, children's sleepwear must be resistant to flame or the government mil label the garments flammable and place a warn- ing on the clothing. A year later, all sleeping garmets in sizes 0 to 6X.must meet the standard or be banned from the market. Peterson also announced that a flammability standard covering new mattresses will become effective next year. Under that standard, mat- tresses must be able to resist the fire of 18 burning ciga- rettes without bursting into flames. Peterson said the depart- ment is recommending a home technique for flame- proofing cotton fabrics. It re- quires a solution of one cup of borax, one-half cup of boric acid and two quarts of hot water, sprayed or sprinkled on a garment after each wash. OLSEN' In loving memory of, a dear father ant] grand- father, Alfred Ole Olsen, who passed June 17, 1371. He meant so very much to us, That nothing we can say Can still the grief That is in our hearts, As we think of him each day. remembered and loved by Mike and Jean and family. 3997 W'ANDIlEA In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grandfather, Nick D'Andrea, who passed away June 18, 1969. His toilworn hands once busy Are folded now in sleep; And o'er h i 3 cut worn body The earth lies cold and deep. But the soul that was his ..______ essence, Lives on, end we shall see Him when The Master calls us home For all eternity. loved and remembered by his wife, children and grandchildren. 3996 Court of appeal for doctors in offinjj o TORONTO (CP) Legisla- tion selling up a "court of ap> peal" for doctors was intro- duced in the Ontario legislature Friday. Any doctor in the province whose request for hospital privi- leges has been turned down b> the hospital mil have the re- course of appealing to the nev, Hospital Appeal Board. Robert Welch, social develop ment secretary, who introducec the legislation, said the boan would be composed of five members. The board would have two doctors, one member from the legal profession or judiciary and two members representin( the public interest, one of whoir is a member of a regular hospi tal board. minister is staying fairly close to Ottawa except for offi- cial engagements. One such was his parlicipa- lon Friday in the ceremonies at the Churchill Fulls power development in Labrador. Ho has also avoided becoming embroiled in parliamentary dis- putes and, whether incidental or otherwise, he recently has had several haircuts that have modi- icd lu's style. Sources close to Mr. Trudeau Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS New McPlmltar 41, one of rock 'n' roll's early singing stars with the Drifters who went on to produce sucl hits as Under the Boardwalk; o a heart attack. Nesferenko 71, father of Eric Nesterenko o the National Hockey League's Chicago Black Hawks. Orlando, F 1 a o u i s E Probst, 68, president of the In dependent Order of Foresters, j non-sectarian fraternal benefil society. Los Galos, L Simpson, 90, a Pulitzer Prize winner in 1921 for his Asso- ciated Press story on the buria of the Unknown Soldier. Praised CALGARY (CP) The Al berta Wilderness Association has praised the provincial gov ernment for restricting a coa exploration firm's access to an undeveloped area. Meadowlark Farms Inc. has been given permission to ex plore an almost roadless moun tain area 80 miles northwest o: Calgary but caji only use heli copter. Windy City Hockey School Winners Mrs. Louise Blacker of Simpsons-Sears Spoiling Goods Dept. congratulates Darren Fuller cf Lethbridge for having his name drawn for a free week of hockey instruction 1o be held August 6-12, 13-19, al Henderson Lake fee Centre. Darren is one of 5 youths who will be attending the school free of charge, courtesy of Simpsons-Sears. Blainfr Graf, of Lethbridge, Is Ihe happy recipient or o FREE week of hockey instruction at ihe Windy City Hockey School. Blaine goes to Ihe school free, courtesy of Simpsoni- Scars. Congratulating Blaine is Mrs. LOUIS Blacker. Enter today in the Sporting Goods Dept. for 3 more free weeks al the Windy City Hockey School KILLED Wayne Hub- ble, first secretary of the Canadian trade commis- sion in Hong Kong, was among 85 people killed in a Japan Airlines DC-8 crash at Delhi International Airport in India this week. Mr. Hubble, 37, of Kel- owna, B.C., was flying from Hong Kong to Delhi to marry his fiance from Calgary. say he has every intention of playing it lowkey throughout the deliberate lull be- fore the storm of a campaign. Some advisers apparently be- lieve the other party leaders aro In danger of over-exposure dur- ing the warm summer months, allowing a refreshed prime min- ister to come on with a short, snappy campaign. The assumption in all parties is that an election will be heWl this fall although Mr. Trudeau could hold off until early next year. But I here are sources out- side the parties who still think it could be 1973. PLANS HOLIDAY The prime minister plans to take several weeks off during the at his Harrington Lake his published travelling itiner- ary so far is no heavier than last year. Unless developments force a change in plans, sources say, he will have few television appearances durirtg the next few months. One Liberal source says Mr. Trudeau has been particularly interested in getting the views of backbench MPs on local is- sues, and has been carefully noting opinions in caucus meet- ings. Meanwhile, while he may rot be gaining any points in Com- mons activities, he is being careful not to lose any, either. Most Liberal MPs seem to think the prime minister is tak- ing the right approach. "If he spent the summer mix- ing with said one, "an election campaign wouldn't offer any contrast." One closa associate expressed delight that Mr. Trudeau ap- peared to be paying unusual at- tention to advisers in this re- spect. Then, after moment, he added: "But perhaps it's basi- cally his own Idea." III outi courses Learning li fun in the fresh air and sun ct tha ALBERTA OUTDOOR EDUCATION CENTRE Entrance Provincial Park near Hinton, Alberfa Youth leaders, teachers, naturalists everyone will get something valuable from these courses in outdoor recreation and education. June 23-25 WILDERNESS CAMPING AND SURVIVAL Fee: August 7-12 TRAIL PACKING AND MANAGEMENT (trail ride Included in course) Fee: August 14-19 August 2T-26 OUTDOOR STUDY WORKSHOPS Fee: September 2-3 ORIENTEERING Fee: All courses ate residential, with cedar log dormitories, fent cabins and wilderness shelters, set in a unique mountain wilderness Ihdl fs Ideal for trailing and spellbinding in its beauty. for full details ana1 application forms, write to: Administrator, Alberta Outdoor Education Centre, Slue Lake, Box 2326, Hinlon, Alia. OR Supervisor, Outdoor Recreation Culture, Youlh and Recreation 14th Floor, CM Tower, Edmonton. CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION ;