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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, March 15, 1971-1HE UTHBRIDGE HtRAID-3 BirtL, IbaalL, iL (Jf DEATHS YKE Passed away in (he ciiy on Wednesday, March 15, 19V2, Mr. Sing Yce at the age of C'J years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mcehm Yee of 1717 2 Avenue H N. Fiuicral arrange- ments will he announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. SA1VADA Zenzo, passed away in Lethbriilge on Wednes- day, March 15th, 1972, at the age of 54 years, beloved bus- band of Mrs. Natsuko Sawada of 1724 10 Ave. A South. Fu- neral and Wake service will be held b. the Lethbridgc llonpa Buddhist Church on Friday, March 17th at (I p.m., with Rev. Leslie Kawamura officiating. The remains will be taken to Calgary for Crcmalion Satur- day morning. CHR1STENSEN SA'LMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C75G WKSTFALL Harold, pass- ell away in Cardston on Wednesday, March 15th, 1972, at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Bessie West- fall of Cardston. Funeral ar- rangements be announced when completed. CHHISTEN- SliN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Fu- neral Service. C757 LAIIOCQUE Tract, pass'ed away in the city on Sunday, March 5th, 1972. beloved infant daughter of Madeline Larocque cf S24 7 Ave. S. Fur.sral ser- vices will be held in the Chris- tcnsen Ciiapel on Thursday March IGth at 10 a.m., witi Father li. Fields officiating. In termcnt will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7o3 FUNERALS HOl-'KK Funeral service for Joseph II. llofer, beloved msband of Mrs. Hachcl Ifbfer of Milk River who died at home Thursday, March 9, 1972, after a long illness at the age of 7o years, was held at p.m. Monday in Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel with Mr. Haakon Atiicnhaus officitfing. Pali- bearers were Harry Benjamin, Alfred Dangerfield, Wai I a c o McCrac, George Snow, Archie Willoci; and George Yaeger. In- lennent was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. DONALDSON Funeral ser- vice lor Mrs. Katlrerine Don- aldson, beloved wife of the late Mr. Christopher S. Donaldson who died at Vancouver Satur- day, March 4, 1972, after a long illness at Uie age of 90 ye.'rs, was hold at p.m. Friday in Merlin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel, 703 131li St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott cfficiating. Pallbearers were Jimmy, Keith and Stuart Donaldson, Don Sa- vers, James Webster and Doug Wyatt. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of tte arrange mcnts. Consumer loans By HIVING C. WIIYNOT Canadian Press Business Editor Remember (lie old joke about liow you went to the bank to borrow money only when you could prove that you didn't need it? That's all changed now and the banks are in (he consumer loan field in a big way. Latest figures show Canadians owe the banks five limes as much as Uiey did 10 years ago. The banks made relatively few consumer loans up until 1954, mainly because they were not permitted to take chattel mortgages as security. Revi- sions lii the Bank Act that year Pattern PRINTED PATTERN FRITZ Passscd away in Calgary on Monday, March 13, 1972, Mr. Earl Elmer Fritz at the age o( 71 years of Calgary, (formerly of Lethbridge) be- loved husband of the late Mrs. Alma Frili. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Thursday at p.in iu Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. n. E. (Toil) Kskdalc officiating. Inlcrmen'. will fol- low in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C7GO 1 CARDS OF THANKS On behalf of the O.O.R.P of Picture Butte No. 76, I would like to thank all those who came out ar.d helped to make our birthday party and dance a success. you. Mrs Hazel Fletcher, H.n.L. 8316 GRAF 1 wish to express my sincere appreciation to my doctors of the Roy Clinic for the considerable care 1 received, the Auxiliary and St. Michael's nursing staff for the wonderful care and kindness; to my friends and relatives for the visits, cards, flowers and gifts. Special to tbo ministers and members if Ilia various churches for tfcir kind visits during my iilr.css. rncerely, Mrs E. Graf. 8326 MILLER Words Esem so inadequate in expressing our gratitude to tha rnsny friends and re'.r.tives for the countless kindnesses shown in very many ways in cur recent lime ol sor- cw. A special thanks to Father Fritzal. Father S'.iustcr, Father Gillis, Father MacLellEn, Father Jordan, Father Lynn and Dr. Mrs. Burnings. Many thanks also to tti2 pallbearers, to the honor guard of 1h3 4th degree Knights of for donations to the Heart Fur.d, floral tributes, Masses offered and prayers said. To holii th? Milk River Colitis -C.W.L. and oilier friends who helped them cater to the, ]u-cheon served after may we say, "Thanks 'O very much." Max Miller ft.mily. 8317 permitted such security and tlic started (a move aggres- sively into the consumer loan field. Since then an interesting trend lus appeared in the pat- tern of loans. The Ca- nadian B a n k c rs1 Association notes that the chartered banks now are the largest source of consumer credit, accounting for nearly half the total. It wasn't always that way. Twenty years ago the banks held less than about 20 per cent cf the total anif other financial nsiiiul'ons, such as finance companies, had almost half. In 1S60 the had managed to gain just over 20 per cent but the financial houses had cbse lo 54 per cent. But now the banks hold 47 per cent of the business while the financial institutions have dropped to 40 per cent. Retail as the stores that carry their own th-2 balance. COVER WIDE KAXGE Consumer leans are made for _ wide variety of purchases, sudi as to finance a car, household appliances, lo pay medical bills or vacation costs, or to put a son or daughter through college. Generally, they are made for a term of 3G months or less. The bankers association says the proportion of loans for other purposes is increasing rapidly, tut leans to buy cars have risen at the fastest rale and account for about of the total. The banks estimate they fi- nanced tbout two-fifllis of total credit outstanding for moujr ve- hicles in 1871, up from about one-fifth, in 1961. Ail (he banks bad con- sumer lean; totaling bil- lion outstanding at the end of 1971, up frini S5.2B billion a year earlier, S'J.87 billion iti 1DG5 and SI.29 billion in 1950. The association estimates con- sumer credit per capita now is about up from a year earlier, in 1960 and only S89 in 1950. But this is a per capita covering every man, woman and child. When considering only th-jse in the lEbcr force, consumer credit now works out to atxntt a worker compared with SL3CI in 1570 and in Tlnsc figures are jujt a shade under those in (he United Stales. OTTAWA (CP1 Land by the Old Crow Indian Lard in Yukon are referred lo Lloyd Darter, the of .Saskatchewan pro- Tho bankers say there are ffsEOr commissioned by 1 'rime many fac.'ors behind the rapid Tnideau to look into growth in sui'i crcdil: Ilie creased increased demand for goccis sucli F..I tclc- TJic government decision was announced in the Commons vision sels, automobiles and by Government House new household appliances, and the increasing acceptance of (Jie huy-now-pay-latcr concept. rate EDMONTON (CP) Sonic persons v.-crc unem- ployed in Alheria at the end of February, the same total as in .lanuan', Lnbar Minister Bert Hohol told the legislature Tues- day. However. Mr. Hotel said dur- ing the question period, the province's labor force in- creased by 9.000 ljut tlie unem- ployment rate dropped to five per eenl in February from 5.1 in January. "This is significant." lie said, ''because February is usually a high r.ncmployment mantli." In February, 1971, Alberta's unemployment ntte was six per cent of Hie labor force. Mr, Hohol said (hat at the end of February, Manitoba had Lender Alton MacKachan, Tiie Old Crow 1 n di a ns presented a petition to Parlin- mrnt through Erik Nielsen (PC asking the govern- ment lo rcconize (heir claim to some square miles of the Irrrilory-about one-third of the Yukon. of I ho land dmm is in Ihc area where a proposed gas pipeline is to be located to brinr, Alaska natural gas lo eastern markets. Mr. MacEachcn said the deci- sion to put the mailer before Indians about their claims da not ireliKlc; the concept of abo- rig inn I rights. Jn pre.sL1 riling the petition sev oral weeks ago, Mr. Nielsen said wanted a Commons committee1 lo investigate the claims. Mr. Barbsr came after ta'ks IIP had with Indian Affairs Minister Joan Chretien. lie said other claims by Irv hands in the Yukon al- ready are in the hands of Mr. Barber. The Old Crow claim is partly L unemployment rate of C.3 per j on a b or igln a 1 right's fcrnt, Saskatchewan fi.l, British hvluch Mr. Tnideau has said the _ .government does not recognize. Columbia 7.6 and the nation! fa As a rC5uIt) Mr Barbsr-s I rate was 7.3 per cent. I terms of reference in talking to 01TAWA CCP) The Com- nions agreed unanimously Tues- day to conduct its own inveMi- into allegations of tap- ping of MPs" telephones and pi'ying into their mail. Ti'C! motion for an investiga- tion lrr the Commons privileges committee uas presented by .Jerry Pringlo Val- ley Prime Minister Trudcau said Moncay a check by him tunied up no instances of wirelapping or ini.iLithoriz.cci opctiing of MPs1 mail and he invited Mr. Nielsen lo cite specific cases if he had anv. Whip up this sensational, new pr.itskirt that's pants and over- skirt: all hi one! No fitting wor- ries, zippers, buttons just wrap it on. Printed pattern 4773; NEW MissfS1 Sizes S M (14- L Email takes yards 45-inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE (75c) in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern r.dd 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, .STYLE NUMBER. Send To: ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the. name of the Le-lhbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. P niter n IN MEMORIAM MUIIIN In leving memory' WONG Passed awav in the of wifo> city on 12, 1972, f-udmoth.r, Mary who passed brief illness. Mi- following a brief illness, Gim Wing Wong at the HRC of 75 years of S03 2 Avenue S., of Born in China in IIBS, the late Mr. Wong came to Vancouver i" 1512 ami moved to I.ctlibridye in 1S117. lie was a partner in the Shanghai Chop Sucy Co. for Ihc past 24 years. Besides his wife he is survived by one son, one daughter, nine grandchildren and two greal- grandchilorcn, and also by sev- eral sisters anil brothers in China. The funeral service will be lick1 on Monday, March 20, 1972, at p.m. in the Chi- nese National League Hall, with liev. Dr. It. W. K. Kllintt officiating. Interment v.ill fol- low in the, Chinese section, Mountain View C c m c I e r y. Friends may pay their respects .it Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CJIAl'EL, f.12 3 Avenue S. phone MARTIN BUGS. LTD., Directors of Fu- way March 15. 1971. OIK- has passed since that sad day. Wl'.jn one we lover! wrs called away. cannot clasp yonr hand, mother dear Yovir face we cannot see. But are r.o! forgotten, mother dear Nor over shall you he. missed by- JOL- and daughter Julie fainilv. MI5 New class of autos WASIIIN'dTON (AP) Anil- poHulion controls attract a new class of cars Ihc l-sub- neral C759 Deaths Yesterday Klmlra. N.Y.-A Ward La- France. founder of a com- pany that manufactures fire tnicks. 1'r.rl Stanley, F a I k 1 a n il II." I Rusty) Webb, 5'.'., British yachtsman who collap.-cd and died ;.t the tillci- of his yacht Flyd, outbound from Stanley Harbor. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE te adviicd lliaf offer this e, t will no Icnger te rcspcnsible any debli incurred by my compacts'1 States roads in lo United Ihc next few- years, says a report prepared for the federal government. The report says anti-pollu- tion costs will have a substan- tial but not severe effect on Hie domestic auto industry. The higher aulo prices due to anti pollution equipment will stunt the growth of new car saleo, shift buyer preferences away from sub compact and standard sized errs and prob- ably increase the n'.aiicct share of foreign manufacturers as sub sub compacts become popular, the report says. The study was one of a series of spceilic appraisals of the im- pact of anii pollution efforts on individual industries, supple- menting a more general eco- nomic study issued Sunday. The study estimates anti pollution controls will cost M33 about ?300 per car by 1075. Attract smiles 'n' compli- mrnts in this pert pair. Turn a shirt 'n' skirt into a great outfit with airy, easy- crochet top, cloche. Use 2 col- ors spsrt yam. Paltern 748S: lop (one .size (its Misses' 8-Hj; hat S, M. L included. S E V F, N T Y -FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Send To: THE LETHBRinGF, HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario T' In British Columbia, 1ha pleasures of springtime are ready tn enjoy, You can stroll leafy trails lush new growth. Savor the fabulous gardens of Vancouver and Victoria, ablaze with floral beauly. Visit the vatleys of the Okanagan and Koolenays. whore orchards bloom for miles on end. The time is also ripe for relaxing outdoor activities like golf and fishing. So come take a walk where springtime is happening in all Us glory. Head for British Columbia for z colorful Visitor's Kit, write: Government of British Columbia Department of Travel Industry 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada ;