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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March THE UTHBRIDGt KIUID 1 Cards Of I In Memoriams j Business Spotlight Ovens empty at bakery plant Killers housed in Ponoka wards DEATH WIGG passed in the city on Wednes March 1971 at the age of 74 beloved husband of Margaret of 240 20 Wigg was born in Kngland on Decem ber He moved to Leth bridge in 1906 and at the time of his passing was a pensioner from the Left to mourn his besides his loving are three step Wesley Allardice of Vic William Allardice of England and Edward Allardice of California one Edward Wigg of Leth bridge one Mrs Mar ilyn Boedel and one Ralph Wigg of Funer al services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Satur March 27 at with McKee Interment will follow in the Mountain View Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Fu neral C4114 DEATHS BLACKFACEPassed away in the city on March at the age of eight beloved in fant son of Patrick Hunt and Seraphine Blackface of Leth A Mass wUl be cele brated in Marys Cardston at 2 on March the Father Fred Bokenfohr In terment will follow in the Standoff A wake service will be held on Thurs March 25 at in Marys Martin Directors of Funer CALGARY CP The pro committed to Ponoka vincial psychiatric hospital at for 30day psychiatric ex Ponoka was not designed as a animations are forced to maximum security facility ami siuio accommodation on the 15 far from escape proof even ward with hardened criminals though it houses some of the mosi dangerous men in Alber Hs not a healthy situation but uinil a suitable facility is al C4I13 Pattern LOWE passed away in Cranbrook on March 1971 at the age of 51 beloved wife of Odie of Lowe was born in Later the family moved to Saskatoon where she received her educa They moved to Leth bridge around She mar ried Odie Lowe in 1955 and they moved to and for the past six years has held a position as a Left to mourn her be sides her loving husband Odie are seven Harold Dagny Erickson of Prince Boss Ruth Watson of Ont George Alma Price of Margaret Clau sen of Francis William Doris Winter and William Isa bel Groves of Lethbridge sis Otto Anderson of Cal Bernard Anderson o Gordon Anderson of Axel Anderson of North Leonan Anderson of am Douglas Anderson of Prince Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on March 26th 1971 at 2 with Walter Schoepp Inter ment will follow in the Moun tain View Christen sen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Ser C411 FUNERAL VANCOUVER CP The ovens are cold and the four big doughmixers are si the conveyer belts are idle and 280 workers are out of jobs as a result of the recent closure of the million Mc GavinToastroaster bakery in The Vancouver plant which 25 per cent of Vancouvers jread market and 75 io 80 per ent of the bun market closed March 1 when 125 bakery work ers walked off their jobs in a dispute over job Four days later Allan Mc president of the Mc GavinToastmaster bakery chain of 11 plants from Na naimo to an nounced that the plant would not He said the Vancouver planl ias made a profit in only two of he last 10 1965 follow ing the closure of a plant in Vic toria and in 1989 when a com Weston Bakeries was on He denied suggestions that he had been forced to close the plant by businessmen from Eastern Canada where the own ership of McGavinToastmaster is held jointly by Maple Lei Mills and Ogilvie Flour Mills the latter controlled by John Labatt CITES PROBLEMS A series of problems pre vented the Vancouver plan from becoming a profitable concern Me Gavin There are for example too many ovens in Vancouver and there always have He said there is a general de crease in bakaTproducts con sumption even though the popu lation is People were get ting more weight conscious and steered away from bakery Restrictions on baking hour here and high wage rates hav added to the companys prob When the men left the jol March 1 we did not intend t close But he said the compan would have lost 23 per cent o its production by March 3 an 50 per cent by March nently or temporarily to othe Arthur Griffith president men walked off their jobs after speedups were introduced and miles north of ayoffs took placeat least 22 ayoffs or retirements since 1 with no Griffith said repeated re uests from the union to reverse lis trend were ignored by the Some McGavinToastmaster I employees have since found obs at other Add a room with a dove Alternating doves and pretty printed patches make an excit ing Blocks are 10 inches 7439 Directions for double size dove yardages FIFTY CENTS coins for each pattern no 15 cents for each pattern for firstclass mailing and special THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto Otnario SEKURA Funeral service for Frank Sekura beloved hus band of Elizabeth Se kura who died at Taber Mon day at the age of 63 was held at Wednesday March in Augus tines Roman Catholic Church with Eric Nelson the cele Honorary pallbearers were Frank John Ba Frank Law rence George Tony Nick Mirros and Frank Active pallbear ers were John Alex Mike Tony Pearl and Tony and Frank Interment was in the Taber Memorial Hum phries Funeral Home Taber was in charge of the arrange a k e r y and Porkers Local Confectionery 468 said the ULIl uluji d iuutiuic 11 iin tnp hnnitirc the hospitals bult the no othcr place tkm he sald heating system in the 60year acl of the hospital 110 Ilieie are 51 men in the maxi mum security seven of them convicted the wards head said the unsuitable de does not allow constant supervision of all the She said some of them are and be gone before realize onh one certified psychiatrist it and he is invohed mainly fc She said it was fortunate administration we dont have more problems fiow we could wuk than we do Stten he COLD PLACE Part of the staff problem It the remote location of the fa cilin because at the provinces other major psychiatric hospi ta at Olu er a short dnvt from Edmonton there now are two fulltime and five part 11 m e psychiatrists treating about 9dO Wil ig syst old ward is worn ing cod the inside tem at times drops to 43 Its a harsh statement but I Kill CUIlViCLtru sum He made the comments on desperate to get out because believe it to be true that our File a documentary gram prepared weekly UNHEALTHY SITUATION liams proi they face long piesent ward K not good b We do have an enough to house people VALUABLE LAND she Stafford By this I mean people who Dave the person One square foot of land at 1 are able to bieak a or nel said the Wall is worth says Mr Shellenberg said he also I are masteis at picking which has a total population of j the National Geographic Soci was concerned because first of 1 o t k They can open a door about 760 Fast buck warning issued TORONTO CP Arthur minister of financial and commercial issued a warning today to people who may be tempted to make fast buck through pyramid He said in a prepared state ment that it has become dis turbingly clear that many of these entering pyramid selling have been unable to recover in vestments ranging from to Wishart said the interim report of a government commit tee which held hearings last year enfranchise dealings makes alarming The report is due to be made public next In pyramid one person with items to sell sets up a number of persons who buy the items from They in turn sell to the and a pyra midlike structure emerges with the director on top and lower level distributors farther Wishart said these com panies are usually more inter ested in selling rather than the Wishart said a potential investor should carefully exam ine the product and the price at it is being and should insist on receiving a promise that he can re turn unsold He should also visit the companys manu facturing facilities and deter mine how many distributorships have been sold in his IN MEMORIAMS GREEN In fondest remem brance of our beloved wife and Anne Braybrooke who passed very sudden two years ago To memory ever missed and never forgotten by Jay and 6454 LUND In loving memory of a dear mother ami who passed away March 1970 The face we loved is the voice we loved is A place is vacant in our that never can be remembered and 3adly missed by her daughters and 6456 GRESL In loving mem ory of our dear father and Charles who passed away March One year has passed Since our great sorrow The shock that we received that No one can ever Gone from us your loving Your pleasant cheerful A heart that won so many In happy bygone But God is good and God knows best And we who loved you will never remembered anc sadly missed by wife Mar garet Maxine and Tom Elaine and family Ilona and Legal aid program not broke EDMONTON CP Con trary to published the provinces legal aid program is not in financial says Donald president of the Law Society of In a letter tabled in the leg islature by Attorney General Ed McLaws said accrued accounts may exceed moneys on hand by the end of March but the accounts will be paid from money which will be payable by the government to the law He said confusion arises be tween the use of a cash or an accurate method of The of the plan or solicitors fees is compar able to a running and it may be that adjustments will have to be made from time to time following discussion between the law so ciety and the government of Alberta in the NO SERVICES DENIED McLaws said that leav ing aside the question of no person who is qualified for civil legal aid has been denied the services of the plan and that no person who is qualified for criminal legal aid has been denied j Dealing with McLaws said the law society has been assured bv its legal aid committee that the neces sary certificates have always been issued in divorce where there is danger to the physical or mental health of a spouse or In divorce cases where no urgency certificates have been delayed or refused with advice to apply No water yet COALDALE HNS Sunrise operated by the Lethbridge and District Associ ation for will be permitted to hook into the towns sewer lines when the north side extension program is carried Officials from the ranch are interested in constructing a home for adult For they requested water and sewer services from the There is no firm committment to the Sunrise Ranch for the 455 water What does it take to make you see the importance of safe wrhflrinri rauiflHiAtlC working conditions t The other eye We dont wantyou to get hurt butno one can escape responsibility when there is an accident at Its no defence for employees to blame employers for inade quate safety And its not good enough for employers to shrug off an accident with a heshouldhavebeenmorc careful You must always ask yourself if you are obeying all the safety you and hazards still And keep complaining to the right people until some thing is done about After an accident its too late to figure the cost of What price would you put on your eye Or arm Or Your safety is one of our main concerns in the Canada Department of particu larly if you work Federal Canada has a big stake in making sure no one ever loses the capacity to earn and main tain a decent standard of Its vital to And its vital to our Thats part of what were all CairadaDeparfmentofLaboor Brycc Minister Deputy Minister ;