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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBUC_NOTICES NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notice Is hereby given lhat a meet Ing ot the electors ol Ihe county cf Lelhbrldge No. U will be held al Ihe Kale Andrews Hlqh School Auditor- ium at o'clock In the afternoon, The 3ilh day of Alarch, for Ihe discussion cf the affairs of the Counly provided for In Section 126 of the Municipal Government Act. The electors ol Toms and Villages end of Rural School Districts Includ- ed In the Counly for school purposes are entitled to attend to participate In the discussions of school affairs j which will he held Immediately alter I the election ol a chairman, to conduct meeting. Dated this 15th day of February, 1OT. (Signed) W. R. rV.adiH Manager Jjecdl'16, nera U, (Jf Ulicmht, U DEATHS DEATHS IIUDAK Mr. George Hu-, JOHNSON P asscd away dak formerly ot Lcthbridgc, suddenly at the residence on passed away 'in Calgary, Tues- Thursday, Marrh n_ 1972. Dr. Mil CITY OF IE7HBRIDGE PROPOSAl FOR EQUIPMENT RENTAt Ihe envelope "Proposal tor Equip- ment Rental" will received al the Office cl Ihe Purchasing Agent. Cily Slcres Building, 203 Sill Street tjorlli, Lethbridne, Alberta unlit p.m.. M.S.T. Monday, March 20. 1VJ? for thQ rental cr lease of a heavy duty backhce. Specifications may be obtained at Ihe Office of the Purchasing Agent depcsil. Fiach proposal must be accurr.pjnied by a certified cheque payable 'o the City Treasurer, City of Lethbrldge In Ihe amount cf SJM.OO. The lowest or any proposal nol necessarily accepted. W. PONECH PURCHASING AGEt.'T [day, March 7, 1972, at age 71 years, helovoil husband at Mar- garet Hudak. lie leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Margaret; a daughter, Mrs. Loclcr, one granddaughter, Cal- gary; one great-grandchildren; 1 one brother, Andrew Hudak i and one sister, Mrs. Ann Wol- sey of Lcthbridgc. The funeral services were held at (he Gar- den Chapel, Thursday, March 0 in Calgary. 8135B Frank Limbert Johnson, al Ihe ag? of 55 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Helen Johnson of 410 14 St. S, Besides his loving wife is survived by four daughters, Mrs. (Pat) M1E Seeds kill SKM1NIUK Passed away suddenly in the ci.y on Wed- nesday. March C, M r. Alex Seminiuk at the age of 76 years of 1121 St. N. The fu- neral service be held on Saturday al p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL 76fl 13 St. N, with Rev. Dr. Ii. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- iin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- j day, March KL, 703 13 Si. N. yilwnc MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. CG63 Knccht, Miss Katie Johnson and Miss Manic Jr.hnson, all of Calgary, Miss Peggy John- son at home; three sons, Mes- srs. Larry Johnson, Grande Prairie, Morley Johnson, Waterloo, Ontario, George Johnson, at home; three grand- children and one brother, Dr. Ralph L. Johnson, of Lethbridge. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday at p.m. in Southminster United Church, with llev. Dr. R. W. .K Elliott officiating. Cremation will fol- low. MARTIN BROS. LTD, Di rectors of Funeral Service. C660 Theodore (Ted) BEIRUT (API A shipment ot seed from Canada or the United States is blamed for an outbreak of mercury poisoning in Iraq that travellers say has taken as many as lives. But the travellers said the seeds, distributed for planting only, were packed in sacks plainly marked with skull and crosEbones. The reports received here tal- lied in many respects with one given in Stockholm Wednesday by a Swedish scientist. How- ever, he said thousands had died from eating the seeds, which were treated with a mer- cury compound as protection against rats and otter pests. The travellers arriving in Bei- rut gave these details: Peasant f miners ignored the poison warnings and fed the up as flour for themselves. BAN' SALES Ttte entire meat market was soc-n contaminated, and the sale of local meat was banned. With reports coming in of hundreds of cases of poisoning, ths government ordered Ihe seed to bo handed back, and the death penalty was decreed (or anyone caught selling it. Frigliiened peasants dumped the seed in Ihe Tigris Hiver, and the sale of local fish also had lo he banned. As many as people may liave died, and several thousand othors are suffering from brain damage, blindness and para- lysis. Several foreign women in Baghdad have had abortions, fearing that the poison may af- fect their unborn children. In Winnipeg, a Canadian board spokesman said Thursday no licences have been issued for export of seed wheat to Iraq in the last 10 years. The wheat board has jurisdic- tion over export of all Prairie- grown seed, wheat and barley. The spokesman said there wc-re no Iraq wheat export lic- ences in records dicing back to Barley records were being checked but he considered it un- likely that Canadian barley seed had been exported lo Iraq. away in ths city on Tuesday, March 7, 1972, following a lengthy ness, Mr. Thomas Fishenden j at the age of 75 years of the I Edith Cavell Nursing Home. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at a.m. in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, with Rev. .R. L. Cris- field officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361. (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapet) MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors Service. of Funeral C6C2 HULSE P assed away in Calgary on Tuesday, March 7, 1072, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Ella May Hulse al the age of 86 years of Calgary (formerly of Aneroid, Sas- beloved wife of the late Mr. David Hulse. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at p.m. in Bros. Traditional Chap- el, with Rev. Dr. Elliott officiating. K. of Lethbridge, formerly of Ta- bcr, pissed away on Wednes- 1972, at the age of "as years. Mr. Sundal was hr.rn in Lennox, South Dakota and came to Taber in 1909, re- siding here until four years ago when he moved to Leth bridge. Mr. Sundal was well known in Taber and area hav ing served as Secretary-Trea surer of the Taber Irrigation- district for 49 years. He was also a charter member of the Lions Club, a life mem her of the Canadian Legion served on the Town Council fo several years and was choir di rector for the United Church for many years. He wa also involved in the planning o the hospital in Taber in 1943 in the capacity of secretary On January, 25th, Mr Sundal was presented with a Life Membership in the Taoe Chamber of Commerce, in rec ognition of his many years o devoted service to Taber am district. He was predeceases by his parents; one brother Ingwall in 1JS2 and one daugl: ter, Audrey in 1949. Tne funera services will be held March 13 Monday, at 2 p.m. at Humphrie Funeral Home, Taber. Th Royal Canadian Legion, Taber, will take part in th sendee. Interment will be con ducted by Rev. Ken Morris I la Taber Memorial Gardens HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOM1 LTD., Taber, in charge of a rangements. C65 will also be held on Monday a I p.m. in the United Church at Aneroid, Saskatchewan. In- terment will follow in the Wai- lard Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects al Bros. TRADITIONAL Martin CHAP- EL, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328- 2361, (Courtesy parking at Ihe rear of the Chapel) MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service, C661 Manitoba program unveiled WINNIPEG (CP) A new labor code, increased work men's compensation benefits, a beefcd-iip smnmer employment program for students and more help for farmers were among measures promised Thursday in the speech the from Manitoba throne legisla- Air charter companies rescue 600 TORONTO (CD A consor- tium of four air charier compa- nies has come to the rescue of most of the 600 persons who booked transatlantic charter tickets with a company that sus- pended operations Wednesday, a spokesman for the consortium said Thursday night. Harry Martin of Phoenix Travel said his company and three others Mill make good Ihe tickets or deposits on flights he- twcen Toronto and London held by about 500 customers of Charter Flight Information Service. The firm, largest seller of charter seats ill Toronto, sus- pended operations Wednesday, owing tickets to about COO cus- tomers and two weeks' wages to 10 employee' HOFER Passed away the residence on Thursda} March B, 1972, followint lengthy illness, Mr. Joseph R Hofer al the age of 75 years beloved husband of Mrs. Ra ehel Hofer of Milk River. Boi in Fromon, South Dakota, th late Mr. Hofer first came Spring Coulee in 1029 and the moved lo Milk River in 194 where he lias farmed evi since. Besides his loving wi he is survived by four daug ters, Mrs. W. (Ida) Johnso Milk Hirer, Mrs. G. (Mary Johnson, Aden, Mrs. J. (Ann bellel Johnson, Stelller, Mr K. (Barbara) Anderson, Mi River; three sons, Messrs. J seph Hofer Jr., Lloyd Hole and Clarence Hofer all of Mi River; 25 grandchildren; lo1 great grandchildren; two s: ters, Mrs. Hachel Hofer, C.1 ley, Mrs. D. (Annie) Etahl, Ca ley, and two brothers, Messr Jacob and Paul Hofer of Ca ley. The funeral service will held on Monday at p.m. Slaitin Bros. MEMOKIA CHAPEL, with Mr. Haak Auscnhus officiating, assisl by Mr. William Macdonald Mr. Rollar.d Jnckson. Inte ment will follow in Mounta View Cemetery. Friends m r.ay ttieir respects nt Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPRL 13 St. N. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS, LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C664 FUNERALS i GROVEH Funeral service r Willis Norman Grove r, he- rover of Wrentham who died the city Sunday, March 5, 72, at the age of 50 years, as held at p.m. Wednes- y, March 8, 1972, with Bis- p Leonard Burbank officiat- g. Honorary pallbearers were ;n Muell, Ken and Dewane rscbe, Lloyd Jones, L y I e sbornc and M. F. (Heavy) iller. Active p a 11 b carers ere Paul Luehr, Byron Nils- >n, Norman Nelson, Gerry orrill and Johnny Marcinko. nterment was in the Mountain iew Cemetery. Chrislensen almon Funeral Home Ltd., irectors of Funeral Service, as in charge of the arrange- icnts. ser- j ice for Mrs. Anna Kistulinec, eloved wife of Michael Kistu- ncc of 501 isth SI. N, who ied in the city Friday, March 1972, at the age ot 79 years, held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, larch 8, 1972, in the Christen- in Chapel with Rev. Zubach fficiating, assisted by Michael 'aselcnak. P..llbearers were ohn Koval, Tony Knapek, Tony Zaychuk, Bill Mykytiuk, 'rank Megella, and Mark inyschuk. Interment was in he Mount Calvary section of fountain View C e m e tery. ;hristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Fu- icral Service, was in charge of he arrangements. MILLER Requiem mass or Mr. Max Miller, beloved lusband of Mrs. Monica Miller f Milk River who died sudden- y there Saturday, March 4, 972, at the age of 56 years, vas said at a.m. Wednes- day in St. Peter's Roman Cath- olic Church, Milk River, with Rev. John Schuster, Rev. D. illis, Rev. James Jo r d a u, lev. James Lynn and Rev. ellan the celebrants. Pall- >earers were Dave Hussell, Uy Ellert, Joe Gottfried, Ken H i e r a t h, Cam McKay and e o r g e Robinson. Honorary pallbearers were members of he Knights of Columbus Degree, Father Lacomhe Coun- cil, Lethbridge. Interment was m the Holy Angels Cemetery, Coutfs. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS OLSON.-I would like to thank all our friends and relatives, the Vasa Ledge of Lethbridge, Chrislensen Funeral Home, for all the kindness shown us ir tte recent death of our father, John Olson. and Mrs. Phil Helger- son and family. 6030-10 BIANCIII We wish to send special thanks to the doctors nurses, and staff of St. Mich ael's hospital; also a very sin- cere thank you to all the friends relatives and neighbors for flowers, food and cards. Richard, Joyce and Lorraine. 8128 Store is fined opening lure. Tiis speech, read hy VY. .1. McKcag, also promised establishment of a women's bu- reau in tile department of labor, improved treatment facilities for alcoholics and drug addict? and an invesligalion of all major aspects of welfare policy. The speech opened the fourth 1 legislative session tinder Prc- i mier Ed Sctrreyer's New Demo- cratic Party government which j came to power in June, 1969. INCHEASK GRANTS Other items mentioned in ths speech included: EDMONTON (CP) Food in grants in lieu j retailers have a responsibility to inspect merchandise on Iheir shelves to ensure it meets fed- eral grading standards, pro- vincial Judge Ray Thomas said here. The judge made the com- ment during the trial of Ideal Food Market, charged with hav- Clean Environment j ir.g for sale food graded higher than it actually was. The judge said it was pos SEARCHED AT AIRPORT A TWA passenger is searched afler passing through o melal detector before boarding plane at TWA terminal ot Kennedy Airport in New York. Airlines throughout the United States intensifi- ed security measures in wake of extortion attempts and bomb damage of unoccupied Trans World Airlines jel in tas Vegas. McJoy, March 10, 1972 THE LEtHBRIDOE HERAID 23 Turbulence argument suit believed first in Canada VANCOUVER (CP) A Brit- ish Columbia Supreme Court judge found yesterday that the 1968 crash of a light plane with the loss of three lives resulted from the failure of the plane's pilot to maintain sufficienl dis- tance to avoid turbulence from a passing jet airliner. Mr. Justice Peter Seaton awarded in damages to the widows of two of the vic- tims. The widows claimed neg- ligence on the part of tte light plane's pilot. The judge dismissed a second claim made against an airport traffic controller who was al- leged to have been negligent in not warning the light plane's pilot about the danger from jet turbulence. The damage claim based on the turbulence argument was believed to be Ihe first lawsuit of its kind in Canada. The action resulted from the crash of a twin-engine Piper Aztec near Vancouver Interna- tional Airport April 22, 1963. Killed were the pilot, John Ed- 111 food case of taxes to municipalities on provincial buildings; Improvements to the Great- er Winnipeg floodway ns a rec- reational resource: of local and long distance telephone communica- tions in (be North: A New Act; similar to that being enacted in five other provinces, to move Manitoba into the estate and gift tax field vacated by the federal govern- ment at the first of the year; A continued shift of the bur- den of edueaiion financing from the property tax to Ihe general provincial tax base. sible that the food poultry, eggs and carrots were sub- standard when delivered to the store. He naid it would be im- possible for the store owner to grade, eggs but the condition of the olher items was visible. The store was fined on each of three charges. IN MEMORIAMS MILLER In loving mem ory of a dear mother, Martha who passed away March 10 1971. Twelve months have passed away, But in our hearts your mem ory will slay Dear motlier no more paii will you bear. For you are safely in God' care. Kaye and Dcreen, graudo'aughlers Diane and Marilyn, 8089 WIDMER In loving mem- I ory of my dear husband, father and grandfather, Al, who pass- ed away March 10, 1965. I mourn for him in silence, no eyes can see me weep, But many a silent tear is shed while others are asleep, Wonderful memories woven in gold This is Ihe picture I tenderly hold Deep in my heart your mem- ory is kept, never to for- get. remembered arid so sadly missed by his loving wife Em and family. 8134 Red tape delays return MONTREAL (CP) Tne slow-turning wheels of justice in Spain may delay the return to Canada of Yves Geoffroy, de- spite his decision to return vol- untarily, it was learned Thurs- day. In l'..e Quebec nalional asseni bly, Justice Minister Jerome iChoquettc scid the Spanish gov- eminent has raised objections to returr.jig Geoffroy to Canadr without extradition proceedings although a provincial govern- ment lawyer has obtained Uie voluntary consent of Geoffroy and his wife, the Car- men Parent, to return voluntar- ily. The arrest was carried out by Spanish police in co-operation wilh federal and provincial au- thorities and rcpresenlatives of Interpol, the international police force. Just how. if and when he would be returned to Canada has been a question mark since the international manhunt for the convicted wife-slayer ended with his arrest in Barcelona earlier this week. ,vard Boak, and passengers Charles Baymond Saxton and Irnest Edwin Wilson. In the suit, Clara Catharine Sexton and Alice Dorcen Wilson, jolh of Port Alberni, B.C., claimed damages under the family Compensation Act for ie death of their husbands. They claimed the light plane was caught in the vortex turbul- ence from a Pacific Western Airlines Boeing 707 jet and that Robert Lavin Orctitt, a tri port department controller on duty in the airport tower, was negligent in not warning the Might" plane's pilot of the hazard, They also sued Hie estate ol Mr. Boak, the light plane's pilot, claiming he was negligent in guiding his plane inio the flight path of tho big jet. Justice Seaton dismissed the claim against Mr. Orcutt and found that Mr. Boak was responsible for the crash. Judg- ment awarded against Mr. Book's estate was S183.556 to Mrs. Wilson and her family and SH3.058 to Mrs. Sexton and her family. Mr. Justice Seaton found that tho light plane crashed after being caught in the wing-tip vortices trailing from the wing; of the big jet. Switch engine kills foreman EDMONTON (CP) A CP Rail section foreman was kill- ed when struck by a switch en- gine in the yards of the Gulf Oil Canada Ltd. refinery on the city's eastern outskirts. Police said Stan Parasyn- chuk of Edmonton died in the industrial accident. Deaths Yesterday THE CANADIAN PRESS New O'Connor, 80, president of the National rf a heart ailment complicated by pneumonia. Hormidas Deli- sic, 76, minister without portfo- lio in the Quebec cabinet of Maurice Duplessis. SQUEEZE CURE The Church of St. Thomas in Austria is visited by pilgrims who believe many ailments can be cured by squeezing through a narrow opening in a rock behind the edifice. COP, ROBBEK SHOT SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) A robbery suspect hidden in the trunk of a car fatally wounded a policeman Thursday as the officer searched the car in the police garage, officers said. The suspect was then shot to death. 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