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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 27, THi LETHMIOGE HERALD f7 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS DICKSON Hedge, passed away suddenly in Edmonton on Monday, June 25, 1973 at the age of 66 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Phyllis Dickson of Warner. Funeral services will be held Friday, June 29, 1973, at 2 p.m., in Warner L.D.S. Chapel, with Bishop Howard Hamling officiating. In- terment will follow in Warner Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C317 FUNERAL CARLSON Funeral Service for Carl Gustave Carlson, who died Wednesday, June 20, was held in All Saints Anglican Church in Waterton Park, Sat- urday at 2 p.m. with Rev. A. McCuaig officiating. Interment, followed in the Waterton Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gerald Hadfield, Ernie Haug. Gunnar Holte, Lee Lerner, Stu- art Sandford and Delance Strate. Funeral arrangements were by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. Blood-stained Irish campaign on home stretch MORRISON Passed away at Green Field Park, Quebec on Saturday, June 23. 1973, Mrs. Annie Morrison at the age of 63 years, formerly of Leth- bridge, beloved mother of Miss Margaret Morrison of Green Field Park, Quebec. The funer- al service will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 28th in Mar- tin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. South, with Arch- oeacon Cecil Swanson officiat- ing. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel, phone 328-2361. Interment will follow in the family plot. Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C318 IN MEMORIAMS YOUNG I would like lo thank the doctors, all the nurses and staff on surgical floor for their care while I was a patient in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Also thanks to all who ssnt. cards, fruit and flowers and visited me. Irene Young, Vulcan 5180 BELFAST (AP) Northern Ireland's bloodstained election campaign hit the final stretch today with tight security plan- ned against the threat of bomb- ing and assassination. One million persons are ex- pected to vote Thursday for a provincial assembly intended to help end the province's guerril- la war between Protestants and Roman Catholic. The three-week campaign has produced 25 violent deaths and more than 70 bombings. Senator Paddy Wilson, a j founder of the Catholic-based Social Democratic and Labor party, was stabbed to death Tu- esday along with a Protestant girl clerk he was driving home. The autopsy showed that Wil- son had been stabbed at least 30 times. The gir, Irene An- drews, had been stabbed at least 20 times. A group calling itself the Ul- ster {freedom Fighters claimed I to have killed them. This organization has emerg- ed only in the past two weeks. It is generally presumed to be a small group of fanatical Protestants. In calls to Belfast newspapers it warned that sim- ilar killings would be staged. Thursday's voting is for a 79- seat assembly to supplant the former parliament which had given Northern Ireland's Prot- estant majority control of the province for more than half a century. The British, who imposed di- rect rule over Northern Ireland in March last year, insist that the new assembly should share power between Protestants and Catholics.. They thus intend that the Catholic third of the population shall have a real voice in gov- 1 ernment and hope that this will TKACHUK (Domolesksi) Staphie, beloved wife of Mike Tkachuk Jr. of Ballevue, pass- ed away in a Calgary hospital j on Monady, June 25, 1973, at I age 47 years .Born in Coleman July 7, 1925, the iormer Staphie i Domolesksi married her hus-! band in Bellevue in February 1944 and the coupLs have re- sided there ever since. She was HUEMER !n loving ir.cni ory of a very dear friend, Angela Huemer. who passed away suddenly June 27, 1972. Your end was very sudden It made us w-sep and cry, The saddest part of all was The way you had to die. Each time we see your picture You seem to smile and say, Don't cry, I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some v e r remsmbered and sadly missed by Audrey, Their bodies lay beside Wil- j wean it away from the Irish son's car at the gates of a Republican Army, which is cam- quarry on the outskirts of Bel- paigning to force the province fast. into a united Ire and. Allmand accused of 'stupidity' John and Angela Nieuwenhuis. 5178 OTTAWA fCP) Solicitor- General Warren Allmand is guilty of stupidity" in seeking abolition of the death penalty, Allan Lawrence by Rod Blaker and precipitated a two-hour debate as to whether they were in order. Committee chairman James HUEMER In loving mem- ory of a beloved daughter and sister, Angela Huemer, who passed away June, 1972. Northumberland-Durham) said Jerome rule Tuesday night. Thursday whether he will ac- i Mr. Lawrence, former attor- i cept them for debate and vol- ney-general of Ontario, moved amendments in the Commons The shock that we received We still remember well. Our hearts still ache with president of the Maple View Community a member of the Retard sd Children's Asso- ciation, a former secretary of the Bellevue Curling Club and "a member oi the United Church Slide View Group. She was predeceased by her father i in Travers, Alberta. Besides j her husband, Mike in Bellevue, she is survived by two daugh- ters. Mrs. O. (Carol) Pankotay j others have been taken, yes of Lsthbridge. Adele at home; one son. Michael of Coleman; her mother, Mrs. S (Anne) j Tarabula of Coleman; one j gomc day God granddaughter: three brothers, wliv Walter of Lomond, Henry of i He broke our hearts and let Ons lonely year has passed j Justice committee seeking to awav widen the category of murders Since our great sorrow fell punishable by the death pen- aliy. He also proposed to re- place hanging by fatal in- jections of drugs for convicted murderers. sadnsss Our secret tears still flow Mr- Allmand s amendments For what it meant to lose I to his capital punishment bill you dear v-ere moved in the committee No one will ever know. But you were ours we you so leij us Cochrane and Veto of bids- bury. Funeral services will be held in the Bellevue United Church on Thursday. June 38 at p.m with Rev. Bob Smith officiating Interment will follow in the Hillcfest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers. ory Angela Huemer Last day of talks you die. loved sadly missed by dad. mom, Sylvia, i Barry and Baily 5179 persons wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C316 WOOD Passed away in the j PARIS (AP) Soviet leader HEUMER In loving mem- Leonid Brezhnev and President Georges Pompidou began their second and final round of talks A SPECIAL LOVE The summer has almost gone i todav at the Chateau de Ram- now j bouillet outside Paris. The leaves are turning to gold Brezhnev But my love for you always Mv love will never fo'd ing. In the Commons earlier in the day, Mr. Allmand denied re- ports that he h backing oil on j the amendments and said they had cabinet approval. Hs had been authorized "to do what he j j could" with them, he told com- j mittee members. TIGHTENS PAROLE In addition to abolishing the dealth penalty, his amendments would erase the proposed five- 3 ear limit on the bill and j tighten parole for convicted murderers. The original bill, approved in principle by the Commons in a non-party vote, retained hanging for murderers of policemen and prison guards. Mr. Allmand now would allow trial judges to tack on an extra 10 years in prison before mur- derers would be eligible for pa- role. The time limit now is 10 years. Joe Clark Moun- tain) said it was evident, be- cause the amendments are ap- proved by cabinet, that aboii- j tion of capital punishment tj a i crovemment goal and Liberal Pompidou that France s inde- members wilfhave to vote for pendent nuclear policy is in- creasingly untenable in a world love for you grows j movjng toward control of ar- Mrs Gunda Marie Weed at the age of 91 years of 1234 5th Ave. A South, beloved wife of the late Albert Wood Born and raised in Norway, the late Mrs. Wood came to Minnesota. U.S.A. in 1905 and moved to Canada in 1909 to Battleford. Sask. In the early 1940s she moved to Warner and in 1946 to, where she has stronger rather than vote according to their own conscience. Mr. Allmand said this was not mies ana atomic weapons. i Your kindness, still Is with That geemed to a point so. Voting on he amendments, _. _ _ tUn hill lln me made in a toast Tuesday night You were the softness in my by Brezhnev, holding talks with Pompidou en route home from his summit meeting with Presi- world Your beauty I still see I carry your heart with mine dent Nixon. So deep in love am I Brezhnev said in the toast as on the original bill, was up to individual MPs. Elfion Woolliams gary North) argued the amend- ments should not be avowed be- cause they changed ths whole And I will love you still, my that the agreement he con- i principle of the bill that got sec- dear eluded with Nixon on heading j ond reading in the Commons by 'Til the stars fall from the off the risks of nuclear war di- skv minished this threat for all Pensioners. She is survived by two sons. Lloyd Berton of Shell- brook, Sask., Joe Berton of Prince George, B.C.; 11 grand-1 children: several great-grand- children; one brother, Ole 01-! sen of Prince Albert. Sask.. also one brother and one sister in Norway, Besides her beloved husband she was also prede- ceased by one son. The funer- al service will be held at 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 28th in Martin Bros. Traditional Chap- el, 812 3rd Ave. South, with Rev. Gordon Haymss officiat- ing. Interment will follow in Mountain View C e m e I e ry. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel, phone 328-2361 observers as a call sim to Pompidou to join the trend I will love you still my dear by moderating the French re- fusal to join in any nuclear con- a vote of 138 to 114. He doubted that the bill would j I have passed second reading if 11 abolition had bsen proposed. You were the chosen one. loved and remem- bered by Rodgsr Wood. trol effort. Weather Air route bargaining to resume By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Transport Minis- MARTTN LTD., Direc- i ter Jean Marchand said Tues- tors of Funeral Service. day that the vitally important C319 bilateral air route negotiations between Canada and the United States will be resumed July 16. They will be held in Washing- In replying to Brezhnev's 5179 i toast. Pompidou avoided the is- j sue entirely, apparently contin- j uing the French refusal to par-1 tieipate in discussions on either i iorce reductions in Europe or strategic arms limitations ,11 1 "It didn't seem that there jOlU PlcUlCS was any notable evolution on I JT this said Xavier March- j eta, a Pompidou spokesman. CROOKSTON, Minn. CCP) Strong headwinds and a low cloud ceiling today forced par- ticipants in the Great Vintage I 111 fl I fcif race to spend an extra day r here before starting the fourth FUNERAL CARMICHAEL Funeral service for Lachlan Alexander Carmichael, who died Friday, June 22, was held in the Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church, Monday at a.m., with Rev. John Maes officiating. In- terment followed in Union Cem- etery. Fort Macleod. Active pallbearers were Dave Carmi- chael, Donald Carmichael, Ed- ward Dickie, Barry Gillies, Dean Tolley and Bruce Gil- bert. Honorary pallbearers William Burdett, Clair Burger, Don McTavish, Harry Urwin, Cbrdell Swinarton and Ted Thaell, Funeral arrangements were by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. ton. The talks broke down a month ago in Ottawa over the question of customs pre-1 clearance for U.S. airlines. i The Canadian airlines want to press for new routes into the United States for Canadian car- riers. These would include new routes south across the border from Winnipeg. Van- couver.Calgary and Toronto. However the American gov- ernment is miffed at the termi- nation by Canada of the cus- toms preclearance at Canadian airports for U.S. airlines. The U.S. has asked for a two months extension of the July 1 deadline for ending (he pre- clearance operations. rule ends MONTEVIDEO (Reuter) Troops marched into the Uruguayan parliament here to- day hours after President Juan Bordaberry dissolved congress. Tne military takeover of con- gress signalled the virtual end of civilian parliamentary rule in Uruguay, once consideredl the model of South American de- mocracy, political observers said. Earlier, the president issued a series of sweeping censoring the press, closing down schools and colleges and forbidding political meetings. There were no immediate re- ports of resistance or disturb- ances as the troops, backed by armored cars, moved into con- gress, which will be replaced by a newly-elected special council. leg of their journey to I Langley, B.C. Winds up to 35 miles an hour and occasional rainshowers slowed the pace Tuesday as the first of 22 planes in the race from Ontario finished the third leg more than three hours late. Race officials said some of the planes were forced to land in various areas of Minnesota without completing the 600-mile leg from Rio, Wis., but all planes were expected lo be in Crookslon to begin the next leg to Moose Jaw, Sask Thursday. The first plane into Crookston was flown by Fred Fowler of Hawksbury, Out., who covered the distance in 8'z hours. George and Kathy Forster of Calgary were in the second plane. The race continues from Moose Jaw to Calgary before crossing the Rocky Mountains into B.C. 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