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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE June Births, Deaths] In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Hurlburt must miss tonight's forum DEATH FORTUNE Passed away in the city on Tuesday, June 25. 1974. following a brief ill- ness. Mrs. Henrietta (Wheeler) Fortune at the age of 83 years of 624 14th St. S.. beloved wife of the late Mr. William Fortune. Born and raised in Tong Stornoway. Scotland the late Mrs. Fortune came to Canada in 1907 to Brandon, Man. In 1909 she came to Lethbridge and has resided in Southern Alberta until her passing. She was a member of the Pemmican Club. She is survived by three sons, Mr. Vincent Wheeler, Mr. Kenneth Wheeler, Mr. George Wheeler, all of Lethbridge: one daughter. Mrs. D. (Irene) McCaugherty of Fort Macleod; fourteen grandchildren; seven great- grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband William in 1957 and by her first husband Mr. James Wheeler in 1945. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, June 28, 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C9894 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather (Pappa) who passed away June 27, 1973. "One long and lonely year has passed Since our great sorrow fell The shock that we received that day We still remember well. The parting was so sudden We often wonder why To us the hardest part of all You never said goodbye. Our hearts still ache with sadness And silent tears still flow For what it meant to lose you. Dad No one will ever know. Our family chain has broken now And nothing seems the same But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again." Ever remembered and sadly missed by his children and grandchilren. 4539 DEATHS AIZAWA Toshiaki of Coleman, passed away unexpectedly in a mine mishap, Tuesday. June 25th, 1974, at age 29 years. He was born In Japan January 3rd. 1947 and had been in Canada for about two years. He had worked for Coleman Collieries Ltd. for two months. His parents are in Japan, he has no relatives in Canada. Funeral services have not been completed. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C9892 ANDERSON Passed away in the city on Tuesday. June 25, 1974 following a brief illness, Mr. William (Bill) Anderson at the age of 86 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Anderson of 1028 13th St. S. Born and educated at Maple Valley, Wisconsin, the late Mr. Anderson came to Canada in 1908 to a homestead in the Kippenville district. He was married to Mabel Lefley on September and they moved to the Milk River district in 1926. He retired to Lethbridge in 1952 where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons. Mr. Harold Anderson of Milk River. Mr. Darrell Anderson of Calgary; two daughters, Mrs. L. (Mildred) Thompson of Milk River, Mrs. B. (Peggy) Wicks of Joplin, Montana: fifteen grandchildren: eight great- grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Alma Lewison of Princeton. B.C.. Miss Lillian Anderson of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by three brothers and five sisters. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday. June 28. 1974 in Milk River United Church, with Rev. Joyce Sasse officiating, assisted by Elder Ken Brown. Interment will follow in Milk River Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church from p.m. until prior to the time of service. If desired those who wish may make donations to the Sunrise Ranch. Coaldale. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C9895 ALWAYS THERE Canada has participated in every peacekeeping operation undertaken by the United Na- tions since 1948. DEATH BURBANK Millie, passed away in Claresholm on Thursday, June 27th, 1974 at the age of 80 years, beloved wife of Mr. A. M. Burbank of Fort Macleod. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHR1STENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Servie. C9893 IN MEMORIAMS HURKENS In loving memory of a dear husband, Gerardus, who passed away June 27, 1973. You are sadly missed along life's way, Quietly remembered day by day. No longer in my life to share. But in my heart you are always there. The wound is deep and will not heal, Only God knows how I feel. You shared my love, my hopes, my tears. Thank you, my dear, for the many happy years. The parting was so sudden I often wonder why, To me the hardest part of all. we never said goodbye. Sadly missed, lovingly remembered by his wife Hendrika. 4541 HUEMER In loving memory of our beloved daughter and sister. Angela Huemer, who passed away June 27, 1972. I sit alone and think of you And think of how you died Every day I've longed for you And every day I've cried No one knows my sorrow There are few who see me weep I shed my tears with aching heart. While others are asleep If steps could be made from heartaches By adding too We would build a stairway to heaven And climb it every day for you. Always loved and sadly missed by mom, dad, Sylvia. Barry and Baily. 4542 IN MEMORIAM HUEMER In loving memory of a very dear friend, Angela Huemer, who passed away June 27, 1972. Forget you, we never will, For in our hearts, you're with us still. Behind our smile, there's many a tear. For the friend, we lost, and loved so dear. John, and Angela Nieuwenhuis 4538 CARDS OF THANKS HUBBARD, Lilian Thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital; also relatives and friends for their .visits, flowers and gifts, phone calls and kindnesses shown me while I was ill. Lilian Hubbard 4537 FRIESEN The family and I wish to express sincere thanks to all our friends and neighbors who helped during .the loss of our wife and mother. A special thanks for the gifts, flowers and cards and to those who helped in any way. John B. Friesen and family. 457Q NOWAK I would like to thank all my wonderful doctors and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the marvelous care they gave me while in the hospital during my recent operation. I would also like to thank my many- friends, neighbours and relatives for all the beautiful flowers and cards that they sent to me: also to all those who came to visit me. Elsie Mowak 4569 Have you ever wondered how the bullfighter cools off after the bullfight? Granada. A deliriously refreshing sangria wine. Made to be served ice cold on nice days with good WIWG WIM A CIIPUS'l'VOJC D Three of four candidates in the July 8 federal election for Lethbridge will attend a Unifarm political forum in the city tonight. The forum convenes at 8 p.m. in Gym 2 of the civic sports centre at 420 llth.St. S. Ken Hurlburt. Progressive Conservative candidate, will be absent to attend the party's rally in Edmonton. He will be represented by Dean Lien, president of the Lethbridge federal Conservative association." "The national party considers it absolutely necessary" that Mr. Hurlburt attend the Edmonton rally, Bob Babki, campaign manager, said Wednesday. He said Mr. Hurlburt has attended as many Unifarm meetings in the past as was possible and "sincerely wishes that he could attend this one." Unifarm was aware that it had been doubtful Mr. Hurlburt could attend, Mr. Babki said. The incumbent MP earlier missed a forum at the new public library on women's issues, attended by the other CARD OF THANKS OKAMOTO We wish to thank our relatives and friends for their many expressions of sympathy during the loss of our dear mom and grandma. Tamo. Haddie and Irene Okamoto Kich, Mitzi and Kerry Ishida Sam. Tats and Emi Okamoto Marion. Doug and Bob Okamoto Mary. Kathy and David Saruwatari 4481 candidates. The forum was in conflict with a provincial Conservative nomination in Granum attended by Mr. Hurlburt and Premier Peter Lougheed. The candidates appearing tonight to discuss their views on agriculture and other matters are Bessie Annand, NDP candidate, Sven Ericksen, Liberal candidate and Vern Young, Social Credit candidate. Commission approves building The million provincial government building to be constructed this year in the downtown redevelopment area received approval Wednesday by the Municipal Planning Commission. Tenders will probably be called for the building this fall. In another decision, an application to build a square-foot workshop and storage shed at 1224 7th Ave. S. was refused. Youth charged with theft A 15-year-old youth will appear in juvenile court charged with the theft of a motorcycle. Lethbridge police say a youth took a bike from the Honda Centre, 1117 2nd Ave. S., June 19. It was later recovered by police. The same youth came to the police station Monday, tried to take the bike again and was apprehended by police. Two chrome wheels valued at were taken Sunday and Tuesday from the rear of Dunlop Ford. THE PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT THE PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT. WHICH WAS PASSED BY PARLIAMENT AND GIVEN ROYAL ASSENT ON JANUARY 14. 1974. IS EFFECTIVE JUNE 30. 197-4. AMONG THE AMENDMENTS THAT THE ACT MAKES TO THE CRIMINAL CODE ARE THE FOLLOWING: POSSESSION 178 18 (1) Every one who possesses, sells or purchases any electromagnetic, acoustic, mechanical or other device or any component thereof knowing that the design thereof renders it primarily useful for surreptitious interception of private communications is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for two years. (2) Subsection (1) does not apply to (a) a police officer or police constable in possession of a device or component described in subsection (1) in the course of his employment; (b) a person in possession of such a device or component for the purpose of using it in an interception made or to be made in accordance with an authorization: (c) an officer or servant of Her Majesty in right of Canada or a member of the Canadian Forces in possession of such a device or component in the course of his duties as such an officer, servant or member, as the case may be. and (d) any other person in possession of such a device or component under the authority of a licence issued by the Solicitor General of Canada LICENSING (3) A licence issued for the purpose of paragraph (2) (d) may contain such terms and conditions relating to the possession, sale or purchase of a device or component described in subsection (1) as the Solicitor General of Canada may prescribe. If you possess a device referred to in sub-section 178.13 (1) you will be guilty of an offence if you retain possession of that device on or after June 30. 1974, unless you have obtained a license. If you are not sure whether a device in your possession is prohibited, you may wish to obtsin private legal advice on the matter Applicants for a license to possess a device should be made to The Commissioner Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 1200 Alta Vista Drive. Ottawa K1A OR2 INTERCEPTION 17811 (I) Every one who. by means of an electromagnetic. acoustic, mechanical or other device, wilfully intercepts a private communication is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for five years. (2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who has the consent to intercept, express or implied, of the originator of the private communication or of the person intended by the originator thereof to receive it: (b) a person who intercepts a private communication in accordance with an authori2atipn or any person who in good faith aids in any way a person whom he has reasonable and probable grounds to believe is acting with any such authorization. (c) a person engaged in providing a telephone, telegraph or other communication service to the public who intercepts a private communication. (i) if such interception is necessary for the purpose of providing such service. (ii) in the course of service observing or random monitoring1 necessary for the purpose of mechanical or service quality control checks, or (in) if such interception is necessary to protect the person's rights or property directly related to providing such service; or (d) an officer or servant, of Her Majesty in right of Canada in respect of a private communication intercepted by him in the course of random monitoring that is necessarily incidental to radio frequency spectrum management in Canada (3) Where a private communication is' originated by more than one person or is intended by the originator thereof to be received by more than one person, a consent to the interception thereof by any one of such persons is sufficient for the purposes of paragraph (2) subsection and subsection DISCLOSURE 178.20 (1) Where a private communication has been intercepted by means of an electromagnetic, acoustic, mechanical or other device without the consent, express or imphed..of the originator thereof or of the person intended by the originator thereof to receive it. every one who. without the express consent of the originator thereof or of the person intended by the originator thereof to receive it. wilfully (a) uses or discloses such private communication or any part thereof or the substance, meaning or purport thereof or of any part thereof, or (b) discloses the existence thereof, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for two years. DEFINITITIONS 178.1 In this Part, "AUTHORIZATION" means an authorization to intercept a private communication given under section 178.13 or subsection "ELECTROMAGNETIC. ACOUSTIC MECHANICAL OR OTHER DEVICE" means any device or apparatus that is used or is capable of being used to intercept a private communication, but does not include a hearing aid used to correct subnormal hearing of the user to not better than normal hearing: "INTERCEPT" includes listen to. record or acquire a communication or acquire the substance meanming or purport thereof; Copies of the Protection of Privacy Act are available at a cost of 60 cents from Information Canada bookshops or by mail from Information Canada, Ottawa. K1A OS9 MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL OF CANADA J124 CHAIH WIN} S 111) CALGARY Al.BERTA.CANADA KEN HURLBURT ....ON THE ADVANCE POLL Many Lethbridge constituents will be away on vacation or business on Election Day, July 8th, but all Canadians have the opportunity to vote during the Advance Poll. Mark your ballot for Ken Hurlburt Keep the West Strong and insure Lethbridge participation in the new Progressive Conservative Government. ADVANCE POLL: June 29th and July 1st a.m. to p.m. Polling Divisions 86 to 121 Gilbert Paterson School Polling Divisions 122 to 157 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Polling Divisions 158 to 194 Galbraith School REELECT HURLBURT, Ken X Lethbridge Constituency Bert Margrave, Medicine Hat Jack Horner, Crowfoot SY TMt HURJ.BURT CAWPAJGN COMMITTEE ;