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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuxdoy, March C, 1973 THI UTHBMBOt HWAIB DEATHS LEONG Passed away in the city on Monday, March 5, 1973, Mr. One Duck Leong at the age of 75 years, of the Dev- on Nursing Home. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C7777 DEATHS YELLOW HORN Monday, larch 5, 1973, Mary Yellow lorn, 54 years, beloved wife of 'om Yellow Horn of Brocket, i'uneral arrangements in care f EDENS FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C7772 SPEAKER Passed away suddenly in the city on Mon- day, March 5, 1973, Mr. Mi- chael Speaker, at the age of 65 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Speaker of Enchant. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD. C7779 SMITH Elizabeth Rae Wil- ccck.of Raymond, passed away in Cardston on Sunday, March 4th, 1973, at the age of 7D years, beloved wife of the late Clarence B, Smith who prede- ceased her on January 9th 1373. Funeral services will be held in the Raymond Thirc Ward L.D.S. Chapel on Satur- day, March 10th, at a.m. with Bishop Ronald H. Watson officiating. Interment will fol low in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu naral Service. C777' MacLEOD Passed away in lie city on Tuesday, March 6, 1973, Mrs. MacLeod, at the age of 83 years, of 63-1 13 St. South, jeloved wife of the late Mr. Duncan MacLeod and mother of Mr. G. W. (Bill) MacLeod of Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the funeral service. C7780 BRIDGE James Orson of Magrath, passed away in Leth- bridge on Monday, March 5th, 1973, at the age of 86 years, be- loved husband of the late Laura Bridge of Magrath. Funeral services will be held in the Ma- gi-ath L.D.S. Chapel on Thurs- day, March 8th at 2 p.m., with Bishop R. H. Dahl officiating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C7773 FUNERALS HAIMES Fuiwral sen-ice tcr Mr. James (Jimmy) Haimes, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Florence Haimes who died in the city Sunday, Feb. 25, 1973, after a brief illness at the age of 89 years, was lield in the Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1973, with Rev. A. T. King officiating, Cremation followed. Merlin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in diarge of the arrangements. BOKLACH Funeral service for Mr. Lucas Boklach, former Mclntyre Handling Company employee who died in the city Saturday, Feb. 24, 1973, al the age c-f 72 vears. was held at 1 D.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27, 1973, in the Martin Bios. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Keith Churchill officiat- ing. Pallbearers were G. Nem- eih, Collin Passcy, Charles Full- ger, Orville Hil'mer and Fred ilalvorson. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemslery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in ch'arge of the arrangements. DEME Funeral service for Labor chief warns Munro out of our business9 POPOV1CS Passed away in the city on Friday, March 2, 1973, following a brief illness, Mr. Sandor (Alex) Popovics, at the age of 58 years of 904 6th Ave. S. Bom and raised in Hungary the late Mr. Popovics came to Canada in 1929, to. Taber. He moved to Lethbridge in the early 1940's where he has resided until his passing. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Martin Bros. MEM 0 R I AL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Father Richard Zuback officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., phona 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C7778 QUINTON Fredrick J. T. passed away in Cardston on Saturday, March 3rd, 1973, at the age of 90 years beloved husband of the late Sarah Woolf Qulnton, who predeceas- ed him in August 1957. Funerar services will be held in the Cardston 4th Ward Chapel on the South Hill on Wednesday March 7th at 1 p.m., with the 4ISi Ward Bishopric in charge with Elder Heber Williams con ducting. Interment will follow in Ihe Cardston Ce m e t e r y Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 noon prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of tie church. CHRISTENSEN SALM ON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service C777 CARDS OF THANKS CRABB We wish to express our appreciation and thanks to our family, friends, and neigh- bors, Rev. Hankinson, pallbear- ers, and those who helped in eny way during our recent ber- eavement; for flowers, cards of sympathy and visits, our sincere thanks. and Mrs. Dave Crabb and Families. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crabb and Families Mis. Helen Varamtta and Family Mr. and Mrs. W. McNeill 8039 NITZ We wish to express our appreciation and sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of First Main Inten- sive Care Unit of St. Michael's Hospital for their care and kind- ness shown our loved one dur- ing his illness; to Capt. R. But- cher for the beautiful service A special thanks to the mem iiers of Lethbridge Lodge No 2 IOOF, to the Rebckahs for serving such a lovely lunch and to the active and honorary pall be-arers. Our sincere thanks to relations, neighbors and friends for the kind expressions of sym OTTAWA (CP) Canadian Labor Congress president Don- ald MacDonald made' it plain Monday to Labor Minister John Munro that he disapproves of politicians dipping into union business. At the annual meeting of the CLC executive with the cabinet, Mr. MacDonald warned Mr. Munro: "Don't interfere in our internal a reference to a speech the minister made last week. Mr. Munro said then that in view of support from the large 'nited States labor federation he AFL-CIO, for protectionisi trade laws, Canadiau unionists must ask if international unions till can serve the interests o workers in both Canada and the U.S. FUNERALS HOGG Funeral service for Andrew Brydon Hogg, beloved usband of the late Mrs. Ada rogg and former Lethbridge gent for the general ho died in the city Sunday, 'eb. 25, 1973, after a brief ill- ess at the age of 90 years, held at p.m. Wednes- ay, Feb. 28, 1973, in Martin ,ros. Traditional Chapel, rd Ave. S., with Rev. L. D. Hankinion officiating. Pallbear- rs were W. S. Russell, T. 0. C. G. Virtue, R. W. WH- iams, F. J. Morgan and E. Rice. Interment was in the smily plot in Mountain View 'cmetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Mrectors of Funeral Service, ras in charge of the arrange- ments. BIN'DA Reqiu'em mass for Mary Binda, beloved wife if the late Albert Btoda who lied in the city Saturday, Feb. 24, 1973, after a long illness at the age of 79 years, was said at a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1973, in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Gaston Marien the cele- brant. Pallbearers were Karl Rozycki, Tony Zdun, Tony Verona Deme, Taber resident who died at Calgary Wednes- day, Feb. 28, 1973, at the age of CO years, was held at 11 a.m. Monday, March 5, 1973, in St. Augustine's Roman Catiiolic Church, Taber, with Rev. Don O'Dwyer the celebrant. Pall- bearers were John Peto, John Berze, John Bartok, Alex Cseke, Don Toth and Guerino Simioni. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Hum- phries Funeral Home, Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, %vas in charge of the arrange- ments. pptliy, cards, flowers, phone calls, visits and the many don aliens of food. Nitz and families The statement has raised pro- ests from many union officials n Canada. About 65 per cent o organized labor belongs to in ernational unions. There has been a recent re vival of nationalism in some ur on circles, notably in Britis Columbia where a few local have opted to join all-Canadia unions. The trend to nation alism also has been reflected i he CLC with the adoption if a set of guides that establish min- mum standards of autonomy or Canadian branches of inter- national unions. With Ihe strong support for he internationals in Canada, Canadian members of Ameri- can-based unions are facing a dilemma as the AFL-CIO backs he protectionist bill, soon to come before Congress. FEAR FOR JOBS Although major international unions have called for ex- emption of Canada from the the CLC fears loss of thou- sands of jobs if the United States restricts imports. In spite of the CLC fears, Mr. MacDonald objected to Mr. Munro's comments. The struc- ture of the Canadian labor movement has been the result of trial and error over a cen tury, he said. Mr. MacDonald said the labor minister should take an impair tial position on the issue. "We will correct our deficiencies." But Mr. Munro said later tha he, as an elected represent a tive, had the right to expres. his views on trade unions anc on business. allowing a com- 'When I was minister of lealth and welfare and made comments on doctors, the CLC agreed with he added. WOULD FIGHT Mr. MacDonald also the CLC would oppose attacks on the !lght-hour day with all its re- ources. He said he feared the results f the government introduced legislation pressed could mean a three-or four-day week rath working days 12 or 10 hours long. The long hours could be unsafe for employees, .he CLC maintains. In the 62-page annual CLC met to the cabinet, the mall emphasis was on governmenl failure to reduce unemployment substantially. The CLC proposed a two- month holiday from payroll de- ductions for all Canadians earn- ing less than and an in crease in the basic old-age pen sions to a monlh. These steps would stimulate consumer demands and create jobs, Mr MacDonald said. Food group accused at hearing OTTAWA (CP) The major toliUcal parties ganged up on he Canadian Food Processors VssocUtion (CFPA) today, call- Ing the group an outright lobby and claiming its attitude does little to allay public suspicion about monopolistic operations. The Commons special food xices committee, which called the CFPA as a witness, ended a two-hour silting with demands that the association produce some har information of who dominates vegetable and fruit packing. If the association can't pro- duce it, the committee sug- gested, it will use the power vested in it by Parliamen to ob- tain the production and finan- cial information the association Insisted is confidential. Jim Fleming West) described the association as "another lobby group" and Al- lan Lawrence umberland-Durham) said the group should be aware oJ "mo- nopolistic or cartel innuendoes" felt by the public. Szulc, S. Kasperski, and Bruno Walter Suszc- COOK Norman Floyi passed away in Magrath o Saturday, March 4, 1973, afte a lengthy illness, at the age o to years, beloved husband Mrs. Fern Hancock Cook Magrath. Mr. Cook was bor April 20, 1912 at Magrath an was the ninth child in a fami: of twelve children of the la' John Franklin Cook and Els Ida Peterson. He had live most of his life at Magrath e cept for a few years in tb early HMO's when he resided a Raymond, Alberta. He worki for Tanco Millwork Ltd. and tiie Magrath Trading Co. Ltd. at different times as well ns operating his farm. Besides his loving wife, Fern, he leaves to mourn his passing two daugh- ters and four sons, Mrs. Burt (Norrna) Zoijcll of Vauxhall, Martin of Uranium City, Sask., John of Magrath, Floyd of Cal- gary, Mrs. Art (Donna) Henin- gcr oE Lelhbridge, and Keith at home; 16 grandchildren; three sisters, and one brother, Miss Veva Cook of Calgary, Mrs. Hall (Ila) Poulsen of Magrath, Mr. Earl Cook of Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Cliff (Hazel) Hood of Calgary. He was predeceased by seven brothers and sisters, Stan Cook, Norma Cook, Wan- eta Cook, Lcta Card, C-race Sheridan, Ray Cook, and Les- lie Cook. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, March 7, 1973 at p.m. in ihe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Magrath, with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating Friends may meet the family in the Relief Society Room from p.m. prior to the service. Interment will fol low in the Magrath Cemetery CHTUSTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME Direct ors of Funeral Service. C7775 zewicz. Interment was in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. LANGE Funeral service for Mrs. Margaret Lange, be- loved wife of the late Louis Lange who died in the city Sun- day, Feb. 25, 1973, at the age of SO years, was held at p.m. Wednesday. Feb. 28. 1973, in the Knox United Church, Tabcr. with Rev. Kenneth Mor- ris officiating. Active pallbear- ers were William Calvin. Rex Hopkins, Rex Knibbs, Morris and Paul Nelson and Orville RcbtT. Honorary pallbearers were Thomas Hopkins, Fern Knibbs. John Neil, Nels Peter- r son, Earl Smith and Sigurd Storiien. Interment was in the ftimily riot in the Burdstt Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. LUJ., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. McLEAN Funeral service 'or Mrs. Molly McLean, who died in the city .Tuesday, Feb. 27, 1573, after a illness at he of 58 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1973, in the Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 IMi St. N., with Rabbi Lewsis Ginsburg officiating. Pallbearers were Albert Eerlant, Jack Walton, Leo Goodman, Dave Ixsv, Louis Corenblum Mark Groan. Interment was in the Jewish section of the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. CARDS OF THANKS WARNER We wish to thank each and every one who helped in any way, those who donated prizes, gave of their telp in the kitchen, on the ice and those who came to take part in our honspiel. Thank you. Warner Ladias Curling Club. FOREMOST LION'S wishes to extend a word of thanks to everyone who helped in their recent Charity Auction an outstanding who gave items, lions, placed goods on consign- ment or who helped collect sale items, we thank you all. Be assured, all the money raised will be used to further Lions projects ia the commun- ity. Our special thanks to Les Handley and Fred Burton for IN MEMORIAM SNIDER In loving mem ory of Bill, who passed awa March B, 1970. No need for words except to say, Still loved, still missed in every way. Ever remembered by Vera and family. 8033 CAMPAIGN COSTS VICTORIA (CP) The B.C. government spent on an advertising campaign against drinking and driving in the win- ter of 1972. Attorney-General SIMPSONS bears Tire buying made simple Tire and Auto Centre ALL SIZES ONE LOW PRICE Alex Macdonald tabled figures in the legislature, showing was spent on television e was spent on pro- once again donating thsir time Installed: 33 month wearout guarantee and talents to our cause. Tagg, President Fibre Glass Belted Blackwall Installed Whitewalt, installed: 42montti wearout guarantee LAKE Funeral service for Mrs. Selma Lake, beloved wife of the late Alexander Lake who died in the city Friday, Feb. 23, 1073. at the age of 90 years, w.is held at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 1, 1973, in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with interment following in tiie family plot in the Car- ir.angay Cemetery. Pallbearers were G-ail McLean, Joseph Ry- den, Wesley Jacobs, Leonard Fafcl, Tim Ford and Godfrey Wcbick. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. Easy, thrifty knit cuddle slippers for all the family. QUICKIE gifts knit on 2 one flat piece lor each slipper. Use two colors of knit- ting -worsted. Pat. 7332: men's, women's, children's size S, M, L included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. TIIE LETimtdDGE IIERAU3 Readers Mail Limited CO Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Go skimming into spring in this curvy, little dress that's cut to fit so comfortably.' Place a pretty pin just below Peter Pan collar. 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