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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 5 ,1973 THE HERALD 29 BIRTH HUEPPELSHEUSER Leo- nard and Joan Hueppelsheuser are happy to announce the birth of their son, Jason Kane, on May 3, 1973, weight 7 Ibs. 2 oz. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. Boonstoppel of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hueppelsheuser staff, Arizona. of Flad- DEATHS LOOSE Pearl Elizabeth passed away in the city on Wednesday, May 2nd, 1973 at the age 70 years, beloved wife of the late Awold Franz Loose of Lethbridge. Funeral Services will be bald on Mon- day, May 7th at 2 p.m. in the Lethbridge L.D.S. Stake Chap- el, with Bishop Leo L. David- son officiating. Interment will be in the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Jr Sunday School Room of the church CHRIS TEN SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. are Service. Directors f Funeral C9241 FUNERALS BRASS Funeral service for Herbert Brass, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Sarah Brass of Diamond City who died sud- denly at Hardieville Saturday, April 28, 1973, at the age of 60 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wed- nesday, May 2, 1973, m the Christensen "Chapel with Rev. R. W. K. Ellioit officiating. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. CARDS OF THANKS profound thanks to our Lethbridge and district friends for floral tributes, mem- orial donations, sympathy cards and attendance at the funeral of my dear husband. Mrs. Harry E. i (Gertrude) Smith and ily, Champion, Alberta. 1 1959; IN MEMORIAM OR1CH In loving memory of our dear father, grandfather and great grandfather, Harry (Nazarl) Orich, who passed away April 30, 1970. remembered and sadly missed by Lena and Penna; Angelena and Lloyd and Darren; Aaron, pressions of sympathy oui' bereavement. The DURELL service for Lester James Darell, be- loved son of Mrs. Irene Durell of Calgary and Mr. Harold Durell of Beauvallon who died at Cranbrook Friday, April 27, j 1973, at the age of 21 was held at p.m. Thurs- day, May 3, 1973. in the Christ- ensen Chapel with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbear- ers were Ronald Just. Bill Plourd, Jack Adams, J. W. and Roy Davis and Barry McFar- land. Interment was in the fam- ily plot in Archmount Memor- NORRIS We wish to ex- tend our thanks to all those who were so kind in their ex- during cards, flowers, tasking and kind help were deeply appreciated. Norns Edward, Faith, Laurne and Shelly Rae Anderson 1979 Lorraine, Delaine and Ryan. Old camera purchased by archives OTTAWA (CP) A moment out to get nostalgic over Mary Pickford, D. W. Griffiths and the days of the old silent mov- Toronto commitee wants sterilization code change ics. The National Film Archives announced today they have bought a rare old movie cam- era manufactured in 1900 by the French firm of Psthe. It is still in good working con- dition and was used to shoot most of Canada's early films, probably including those that starred Miss Pickford, who was born in Canada and became 1960 popularly known as America's 1 sweetheart. The old BALDWIN We wish to thack Rev. 0. R. Hodge for his kind words, the ambulance ser- vice from Bow Island, the staff j of Medicine Hat Hospital, Mar- j tin Bros and all our friends and relatives in Bow Island and i Lethbridge for their kind words j and expressions of sympathy j during cur recent sad bereave- PAPP In loving memory of a brother, Peter, who passed away May 6, 1969. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die. Precious forever are memories of you, Today- tomrrrow and all life through. remembered by his sister Mary, John and family. 1924 camera w as pur- BRAVE ROCK Passed away in the Blood Hospital on Friday. May 4, 1973. Ernest Brave" Rock, aged 76 years, of the Blood Reserve. Born on the Blood Reserve, he farmed for many years. He for the CPR" for 12 years and then as an RCMP special constable for over 20 years, retiring in 1985. His wife Maggie Grant prede- ceased him in 1963. He is sur- vived by three sons. Ted, Mer- vin and Wilfied; four daugh- ters. Mrs. B fAdeline) Singer, Mrs. R. (Gladys) Buckskin, Mrs. L. CAlvine) White Quills and Mrs. F. (Gloria) Eagletail- teathsrs Jr.: 43 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren: one sis- ter, Mrs. Annie Wads worth, all of the Blood Reserve. The fu- neral service will be held in St. Paul's Anglican Church on Tuesday at 11-00 a.m.. Rev. A. McCuaig officiating. Interment in St. Paul's Cemetery A wake service will be held in St. Paul's Church on Monday from 7 to 12 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Maclecd. ial Gardens. Christensen Sal-iment. mon Funeral Home 'Ltd., Dir- j -Vita, Richard and Jodi. ectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS VANDEELEEST' Tina Mr. and Mrs. J. Vanderleest Nobleford wish to express their sincere gratitude to all their neighbors and friends for ths expressions of sympathy re- ceived during their recent be- reavement. We would also like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the Third Floor of St. Michael's Hospital for their care and devotion. JONES I wish to express my sincere thanks to my rela- tives, friends, and neighbors for visits, gifts, cards and flowers while I was a patient in St. Michael's Hospital. Spe- cial thanks to my doctors, nur- ses and the staff on Second Main. I would like to send a very special thanks to those who helped me before I went in and since my return home. Jones 1901-5 SIMPSONS bears CORRECTION The Fashion Report '73 Flyer delivered in today's Herald on page 3, item 'B' Regal Robe advertised as silky acetate polyester SHOULD READ ACETATE AND NYLON GELLEXY We would like to express our sincere apprecia- tion for the thoughtfutaess and kindness conveyed to us during the recent bereavement of our dear father and grandfather, "any thanks to relatives, friends, doctors' nurses and all staff of the hospitals, Southland j JAXKOWTAK In loving memory of a dear husband, fftbsr "and grandfather. John, who passed away May 15, 1971. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear, Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. We loved you 'too deeply to ever forget. remembered and sadly missed by his wife, sons chased for an undisclosed price from Charles Dell, president of CanAm Photo Equipment of Montreal. It used 35 millimetre film, similar to that still used in pro- fessional movie production, but j TJ the combination of slow film JAlOt spaed available in the early 1900s and the comparatively slow lens on the camera limited it to filming under brilliant sun or arc lamps. The old camera was cranked by band, probably at a speed of 18 frames a second. The film magazines held 100 feet of film, meaning that cnly about 1% minutes of film could be shot at a time. By JOHN WARD OTTAWA (CP) The "in- exact science" of psychiatry is dooming mental patients to in- voluntary sterilization, says a report of the Committee on In- stitutional Psychiatry released here Friday. The committee, a Toronto- based group of doctors, lawyers and laymen, prepared its report after researchers talked with doctors across the country and toured a number of mental in- stitutions. The report calls for an amendment to the Criminal Code which would make in- voluntary sterilization of an- i sequences of the operation. No figures were available on The amendment would also the number of sterilizations be- define the word involuntary as: "against one's will, without one's knowledge, or without knowledge of the full repercus- sions or consequences of the surgery. Committee secretary Susan Surgeoner charged that psy- chiatry people is used to mental to commit institutions other person an indictable of- fence and require a surgeon to and to sterilization without cause. Mrs. Surgeoner said the com- mittee is a group of about 100 persons, dedicated to educating the public and government in the field of mental health. NO RECORDS KEPT The sterilization to which the obtain full consent of the j report refers is allegedly being patient and to explain all con-! carried out in Toronto clinics. extra kitchen helper Nursing Home, Green Acres and d rf k and R'ichard Blue Sky Lodge during the many; d f years of his illness. Special thanks to the Rev. G. Teles and j pallbearers. Our appreciation to the many floral tributes, ex- pressions of sympathy, phone calls, food and to all who as- sisted in any way Gelleny family. 1925 WAREEX I wish to ex- press a most sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Heartielt thanks also to friends and relatives and fellow mem- bers of the Pensioners and Sen- ior Citizens Orginal Group. Re- bekahs. AN and AF Auxiliary, Veterans 1418 War, United Church Group, the CNIB So- ciety and the IODE for the i flowers, cards, gifts, visits, get- well wishes and many inquiries Thank you all. Warren cams into existence that cam- era manufacturers made 24- frames-a-sacond the standard movie speed. The older films, shewn now on modern proj- ectors, result in the rapid move- ment characteristic of old mov- ies. The film archives Lave films made on cameras similar to their latest acquisition and even earlier cameras that used 23mm film. But the archives can't say certainty that they have any films shot by this particular camera. D. W. Griffiths, who died in 1948 at the age of 68, shot many The prisoners, except for six i Jack Adderley. men identified as "ring lead- Yellowknifer. a met with Clarence Wil- shorts and feature-length films, OLSHASKI In loving mem- ory of a very dear husband, father and grandfather. Peter Olshaski, who passed away sud- j of which demy May 4, 1972 of a Nation, 1915. An American, Twelve months have now pass-1 he was internationally famous ed away, fOr fiims YELLOWKNIFT. N.W.T. "violently" driving them out (CP) The cnly grievance of the front dcor of the prison, most of the 25 prisoners in- j The injured guard, identified volved in a disturbance Thurs- i as a Mr. Prizibil, suffered two day at the Yellowknife Correc- cuts to the hand requiring tions Centre was the need for stitches. He was released from an additional worker in the I hospital Friday. a spokesman for "After stating their three until sound movies jthe Prisoners said Friday. grievances to Mr Wilkins and editor of the weekly news- paper, the prisoners agreed to kins, chief of the Northwest i return to their cells The grievances were- Prisoners resented the work release program, claiming it was unfair because often lazy prizonsrs were released while hard-working men had to re- main in the prison. The prisoners also demanded that D. H Chase, the jail's training and treatment officer, be fired. Concerning the third gnev- But in our hearts >our mem- 1 ory will stay. Bear dad. no more pain will you bear, For you are safely m God's care. Ever remembered and sad- ly missed by his wife and family. ford born in I IN MEMORIAM IRVINE In loving mem- ory of Mrs. Lillian Irvine, who j passed away May 5, 19GS. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. We love you too deeply to ever forget. two daughters. Alice and Lillian and grand- children. ALFI CHIESA Form Auction Sale SATURDAY, MAY 12th P.M. COFFEE AVAILALBE 10 miles west of PINCHER CREEK on ths Beaver Mines rood and V4 miles north. TRACTORS J. D. model 510 with 3-point hitch and ogratec front- end loader with bucket and two bale forks. (This is a real good unit with less than 800 hours on D2 Cataoillar serial no. 3J2140. MACHINERY Jeffrey 7' chisel plow, Cockshutt 10' double disc, I.H C. 14' double disc drill; J. D 6' Oneway, J D. 3-bottorn plow 3 sections of diamond harrows, McCormack No. 46 PTO baler, Inland 6-bale oulomatic bale slooker; A. C. round baler; J. D No. 8 semi-mount 7' power mower; J. D. side-delivery rake; IH C 8' rubber tired binder MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT 1958 Pontiac car. Danuser trail-type post driver; manure spreader; Macleod's grain Robin post hole cuger, Wisconsin 234 horse power gas motor; 250-gal fuel lank; fuel 'a-ik; 300-gal. water tank; J. D. 14" feed cutter; rubber tired wagon; iwo-wheel utility 35 sheets of new 3i in. stained plywood; calf puller; scoop-type calf de- horner; Pioneer No. 400 chain saw; crment chimney blocks; buzz saw; 100-lb. propane 25-lb. propane bottle and branding torch, cat track grease gun; Monarch water pump; 300-lb. beam sccle; bob sleighs; several pieces of horse- drawn equipment; post drill; anvil; forge; tap and die set; vise; shovels; forks, chains and misc tools. Quantity of scrap iron HOUSEHOLD Viking 30" electric range, Zenith 22 cubic ft freezer; Serve! kerosene Beatty wringer washer; oil heater; quantity of fruit jors. ANTIQUES Rocking baby cradle; two rocking chairs; picture frames, wooden barrel kerosene lanterns and lamps; coffee grinder; cast iron stove, stoneware fruit walking plow; harness; collars, single trees; neck yokes; small wood- en barrels. AUCTIONEERS GERALD THOMPSON lie. No. 010222 Phone 627-4278 OAVE McNAB Lie. No. 010221 Phone 234.2206 PAPP In loving memory of a dear husband, father and graaidfatehr. Peter, who passed away May 6. 1969. Calm and peaceful he is sleeping. Sweetest rest that follows pain: We who loved him sadly rruss him, But trust in God to m e et again. Ever remembered and sadly missed by his wife, daughter Janet and son Johnny and 1893 in 'Toronto. Her real name was Gladys Smith. Filming at the turn of the century was innovative, to say the least. The film archives have some footage shot about 1898 showing a hockey game. The camera was fixed in its position, and could not be moved to follow the action. So the hockey play- ers circled in front of the cam- era, not wanting to move out of range It wasn't much of a game. Territories Corrections Service, to discuss the two-hour disturb- which injured one guard. "It wasn't us that said have complaints.'' said the spokesman. "It was the guys who are locked up (the ring leaders, now in maximum se- curity) that have the com- plaints.'1 Mr. Wilkins responded that "those who are in close con- finement are not there because I Mr Wilkins originally said "for the life of me I can't because thev committed acts of' remembsr what the third griev- anc2 was. It was so trivial they had asked for one more man in the prison kitchen Mr said there will be re- thev spoke, thev are in isolation -11 because tn violence.'' T Later prisoners said The prisoners seized control pskpd fm. one more n of the jail by taking advantage of incomplete construction, dur- ing which two sets of important security doors were not in place. Mr. Wilkins said the prisoners attacked guards with an axe and pieces of pipe "They had got at axes and metal bars and baseball bats and were pre- pared to make quite a fight of it" Prisoners seized keys to the entire building, he said, and herded guards together in the main control area bafore cause, Mrs. Surgeoner said, the doctors who performed op- erations apparently did not keep records. "No figures are available as to the number of people who have undergone sterilization in- voluntarily, but from inter- views they seem to be consider- she said. The report names thrw To- ronto doctors as the chief proponents of involuntary ster- ilization. In an interview, one doctor, who specializes in male ster- ilization through vasectomies, said he has performed about 6.- 000 such operations. "About six" of those were in- voluntary, he said. USES DECEPTION The doctor he does not handle mental patients, only the retarded, but admitted to using ruses to gain a patient's con- fidence before a sterilization op- eration The doctor said the use of ruses and vague terms pro- duces "less emotional trauma' in his patients. When asked about alleged coercion of mental patients to force them to accept ster- ilization, he said he didn't handle such operations but that "there may be some. As far as retarded children are concerned, the doctor said he advocates sterilization, pref- erably before puberty. He said such "a move lessens parental worries When the retarded child "begins to take an interest in the opposite sex "You must think of the hu- man rights of the offspring of letarded parents who a right to be raised by parents with reasonable ability. "SOCIETY'S RIGHTS" "You must think of society's rights in having to support the offspring of retarded parents." The doctor suggested that parents of retarded children take the responsibility for hav- ing their children sterilized. "It should be done before pu- berty and the age of consent After all. the parents are doing what they think best." criminal action taken as a re- >rbe report calls involuntary suit or the injury to the guard sterihz2tion "at best a gross ho rofnspH irt the vjolation of human rights and at but he refused to identify the six men in isolation. Possible charges mentioned were assault with violence, inciting to riot, and escaping custody. At a news confarence follow- ing the meeting he said the in- 1 complete construction program w as caused by a shortage of materials ordered from the Two more charged in witchcraft death i "We are getting very annoyed at the lack of essential security elements. We have complaints from the corrections staff, but there's nothing we can do about it until we get those steel doors." Meanwhile, he said, security staff would be increased until' i the special doors arrived. worst, the first step m gen- ocide." The doctor calls the report and one-sided, pointing out that it made refer- ences to "Nazis" and "German theories cf genetics." An Ottawa University gen- eticist, in a separate interview, said some types of retardation are not Chances were "very slight" that a couple would have retarded children if one of the parents was slightly retarded. NOTICE 1926 SPRING SPECIALS OHBRANQNEW MOBILE HOMES ,14' x SBYShag carpeled living room and master bedroom. Fully furnished and colored Slider windows and bay window, Reg. SPECIAL.........................-........-....... 14" x 68', Shag carpated living room and master bedroom. Fully furnished and colored appliances. Slider windows ancitta? window, Reg, DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.} day in the torture-slaying of Mi- TWO additional persons i chael Ross Cochran, the victim were charged with murder Fri- of an alleged "witchcraft cult." The new arrests brought the to- tal to nine. Detective Jim Jenkins said the two men, both charged with first-degree murder and in cus- tody, are John Joseph Carpen- ter, 18, of Metecca, Calif.; and Charles Joseph Dunn, 21, who gave his address as a Daytona Beach rehabilitation centre Cochran, 17, from Fresno. Ca hf.. was a money-changer at a boardwalk arcade on the beach here Among the seven charged earlier is Cindy Black of To- ronto. Her parents in a Toronto suburb have described her as a "good student" who apparently has teen reading books about witchcraft and decided to run away from home. Her age has been given at 15 and 17. x 56', Shag living room, fully ances. SPECIAL r- I ._ OPEK MOUSE_________ MAY 6 13 MOON TO SMI. i Ray Tymko and Frsd-Mefoeden invife you to see j I 12 exciting hew 14 ofoot wide models In PARA- j MOUNT arid! OLYMPIC! I I DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG! CABLE LOCATION SERVICE WELL IN ADVANCE C, Dial "0" (Zero) and ask for Zenith 07128 (Toll Free) THANK YOU. 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