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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Twdoy, May 9, 1972 THE LETHBRIDOt HERAID 31 DirtL, Cards Of jhanhd, S 1 emoriami BIRTH BEATON Chsron and Dcrri of New Dayton, Alberta are pleased to share their saddle with a new sister. Dusty Lee- Reni. Born May 4, 1972, Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital. Proud parents Jerry and Louise; grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Beaton; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vanosik, all of Lcthbridge. DEATHS SAYERS Passed away in Edmonton on Monday, May 1972, Mrs. Ellen May Sayers at the age of years, beloved wife of Mr. Jack R. Sayers of 180S 4th Avenue N. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN ,BROS LTD., Directors of Fu- i neral Service. C1854 1 Melba, CARD OF THANKS PELIIAM I wish to ex- tend my sincere thanks to mj doctors, nursss and staff of St Michael's Hospital for the care Thanks also to my family am many friends for flowers, cards and visits. Pelham. 168J Ownership of Canadian Industry Tfaruport and other Utililin Phyllis Maynard of 314 6th Avenue A S. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS FREED Fondest memories of Ted Freed, beloved husband and father, who died May 9, 1965. Those who love you, sadly miss you. and daughters. 1673 STOREY In loving mem- p.o-n ftlUKtil ili IUVIUS iuclli- i ory of Harry Storey, who pass- EIILERT _ Qwen Earl, aged i 44 years, formerly of Raymond, j Alberta passed away in Smith- LECK Sarah Larsen passed away in the city after a lengthy illness on Mon- day, May 9, 1972 at the age of 8P years beloved wife of Mr. Linsay K. Leek of 1004 22nd St S. Funeral services will be held in the 10th Ave. LDS Church on Thursday, May 11 at ers, B.C. May 1, 1972 after a brief illness. He is survived by seven brothers, Lawrence and Herbert of Magrath, David of Cranbrook, B.C., T. Henry of Coleman, Curtis of Smithers. B.C., Rex of Calgary, Anton of Helena, Mont.; four sisters, Frieda Nelson of Cardston, Clara Cheeseworth of Abbots- 2 p.m., with Bishop Clifford Pe-1 ford] B Marje Merrifield of tefson officiating. Interment will follow in the Stirling Cem ed away May 9, Those we love go out of sight, But never out of mind. For they are cherished in the hearts, Of those they left behind. remembered by wife j Mary, daughter Roberta, sister, brothers and their families. 1734 DORAM In loving memory of a dear son and brother who OWNERSHIP OF CANADIAN INDUSTRY-Graph shows how ownership of industry in Canada is divided between Canadian-owned and foreign-owned companies. The_esli- mated billion or more worlh of Canadian business asset! owned by aliens-80 per cent of it Americans-in- cludes ownership of 70 per cent of Canada's mining, oil end gas industries and 58 per cent af all Canadian man- ufacturing assets. Cabinet control over fuJure foreign take- overs of most Canadian-owned businesses would be re- quired under draft federal legislation published recent- ly A 1 400 word policy statement to the Commons by Revenue Minister Herb Gray backed by a 27-page bill said the decision on takeovers "does not rule out entire- ly the possibility that other approaches might be required at some time in the future." ___________ etery CHRISTENSEN SALM- services were held in ON FUNERAL 5, 1972. iuiu, i oi a oear sun ]967 Fowler of Bountiful, Utah Fu- Beautiflll thoughts of one so Violence spread to Europe SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY Thriftway Drugs -n SUPER SAVERS Directors of Funeral Service. C1355 MUIR Passed away in .he city on Monday, May 8th, 1972. Mrs. Florence Mary Muir. at the age of 73 years. Born in Northern Ireland, the late Mrs. Muir came to Canada with her parents in 1304. She resided in Medicine Hat and worked as a dental technician until moving to Lethbridge in 1952. She leaves to mourn her passing four sisters, Mrs. H. C. (Mina) Brown and Mrs. Maude Chris- tensen, both of Lethbridge, Mrs. Ann Brandlcy of Calgary and Mrs. Kathleen Smith of He- lena; two brothers, John Flem- ing of Lethbridge and Andrew Fleming of Medicine Hat. She was predeceased by her hus- band and two daughters, Flor- ence Iris and Beatrice Isobel. A private funeral service will be held in the Christensen Chapel, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment to follow in the Hillside Cem- etery in Medicine Hat. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- DeFRANE CHAPELS, were in charge of arrangements. C1857 dear sincere. forever love neral Service. C1358 CKAIG Passed aw.y In (lie city on Sunday, May 7, 1972, following a brief illness. Mrs. Elizabeth Marie Craig at the age of 75 years of 2122 10th Avenue S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Joseph Craig. Born, raised and educated in Lcth bridge the late Mrs. Craig was a well known oldtirner in the district. She was immediate past regent of the Major Jacl Ross Chapter, IODE and has served on the Provincial and National Executive Board. She was a member of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 Order of the Eastern Star, a member of the Murray chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Medicine Hat and a very active member of the Pemmican Club, having served 15 years as Secretary- Treasurer. She was prede- ceased by her loving husband in 1952 and by one sister and two brothers and is survived by her nephew, Mr. Roland W. Swanson of Lethbridge. The fu- neral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Pi. L. Crisfiekl officiating. In- terment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Phone 328-2361. the Interment ser- vice friends and relatives arc invited to meet for refresh- ments at the Pemmican Club Fooms, corner of 9th St. S. and 5th Avenue. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1851 BURNETT Passed away n the city on Monday, May 8, 972, following a brief illness, Mr. Wilfred Burnett at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of ilrs. Agnes Burnett of 623 6th t. S. Bora and raised in Som- erset, England, the late Mr. Burnett came to Chicago in 1912 and the following year came to Foremost, where he lomesleaded until moving to Raymond in 1924. In 1925 he oined the Provincial Govern- nent as a carpentry instructor and retired from government employment at the Claresholm Hospital in 1955. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Louise Me- Dermott of Lethbridge; one sister, Mrs. W. (May) Smith in England; three brothers, Mes- srs. Frank and George Burnett, in England and Mr. Herbert Burnett of Chicago and one nephew, Mr. Arthur J. Burnett, of Calgary. He was prede- ceased by four sisters and four brothers. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. R. L. Cris- field and Rev. E. R. Doyle offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Ave- nue S. phone S28-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu ncra] service. C185! EHLERT Anton (Tony Friedrich, passed away in He lena, Montana, on Saturday May 6, 1972 at the age of 7' years. He was born Novernbe 13, 1901 in Germany and cam to southern Alberta with hi parents in 1905. Since the earl 1920s he has resided at Helena Montana. He leaves to mourn his passing six brothers, Her- bert and Lawrence of Ma- grath, David of Cranbrook, Deep in our hearts your mem- ory is kept, We loved you too deeply to ever forget. Ever remembered by mom, dad, Holly and Stewart. 1640-9 DORAM In loving memory f our dear grandson who passed way five years ago May 4, 1957. Quietly remembered day, every Sadly missed along life's way, Just as he was he will always be, Treasured and loved in our memory. remembered by Grand- pa and grandma Vos 1641-9 HOLLIHAN In loving mem- ory of our dear mother and jrandmother, Inez Jeanette, who jassed away May 8, 1970. So many things have happen- ed, Since you were called away, So many things to share with you Had you been left to stay. So many times we needed you. And so many times we cried If love could have saved you By DAVID LAULICHT LONDON (Renter) Gun battles in the streets, political kidnappings, bomb blasts in the dead of night-Europeans like to think these belong to far-off lands. But a survey of Western Eu- ropean countries reflects grow- ing concern over the calculated use of violence for political ends, a trend which may have gained impetus from revolution- ary tactics hi other parts of the world. Aims and methods vary. The new violence may be carried out by isolated groups of intel- ectuals or more broadry-based nationalists. Depending on the and the speaker describing may be called urban guerrilla action or terrorism. The motivation often seems to be despair or impatience with established channels of political conviction on the part of activists that the legal or electoral machinery of. their countries offers no hope. In most countries, the viol- ence has not directly touched any great number of persons. But it has been enough to help make "law and order" a crucial election issue in one country after another. The trend has been disowned by big, established parties with revolutionary aims. The Com- munist parties of France and But none of their actions so far rivals the shooting and bombing in the early 1960s by extreme rightist groups opposed to the granting of independence to Algeria. VIOLENCE IN SPAIN Spain, where political activity has been severely curtailed for three decades following a bloody civil war, has seen a rise in anti-government violence in its northern Basque region. The separatist movement ETA (Euzkadi ta Azkatasuna, or Land and Liberty) has car- ried out bomb attacks, bank raids and kidnappings. The group wants an autonomous so- cialist government in the Basque-inhabited area. In Portugal, where opposition parties are normally banned, an anderground movement calling itself Armed Revolutionary Ac- tion has claimed responsibility for sabotage of military installa- tions in the Lisbon area during the last two years. GET DETAILS AT OUR STORE PORTABLE ELECTRIC CAN OPENER Clean-Ease release device for cleaning. (Ideal gift SiftiSS for Mother's Day) JJ SPECIAL With knife and iclsson sharpener. SPECIAL SCOTTIES Rainbow Facial Tissue c SPECIAL DAYS SHICK DOUBLE EDGED RAZOR Sugg. list KODAK 126-12 COLOR FILM. Sugg. Hst DIOVOL ANTACID. Sugg, list NOXIEMA SKIN CREAM. Two 4 01. jcrs. Sugg, list SPECIAL CEPACOL MOUTHWASH. 22 Sugg, litt SPECIAL........... Magrath LDS Church, with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Magrath C e m etery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- stay, As near and dear as yester- day; Unseen, unheard, you're always rear. Loved, so missed, and so very dear. remembered by wife Hope, and family. Pay increase for members of house REGINA (CP) Members of the Saskatchewan legislature voted themselves pay increases of 39 per cent while cabinet ministers will get 23 per cent more and the premier 18.5 per cent. The increases in all cases are considerably less than those recommended by a special com- mittee headed by Mr. Justica Mervyn Woods of the Saskatch- ewan Court of Appeal. The com- mittee suggested a 66-per-cent pay hike for members. Effective for the current ses- troops committed to Ulster, the towns of Belfast and London- derrv bristle guns, ar- mired cars and sandbagged army posts. Bombs and bullets have been used for political purposes in London itself, though on a far less serious scale. A series of bomb blasts has been attributed to an anarchist group calling it- self the Angry Brigade. Bomb targets in England have in- cluded the homes of three gov- ernment ministers. None of them was hurt. Italy, troubled by sporadic sion, MLAs will get a total of which includes as an indemnity, a sessional allow- ance of and sessional ex- ipcnses of They former- ly received a total of a year and the committee had recommended a total of DAILY PAYMENT For the first time, the mem- bers will also receive a daily payment of for each day they sit in the legislature. The committee had recommended a day. That payment would not include the leader of the opposition or cabinet ministers. oy o a wealthy and outspoken In addition, all members will PUBLIC NOTICE The Irriri.ition Act Ivoa, (Section 67) NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby cjivt Ihc proviMc.rr. of ths 19iS ,-m election will br purpcf.o rit olpdirui mr OMffl of Directors rf tlif1 Ldwitti Irrinatlnn District Ihe 30th day n M.iy 1977. ThR wntcr users wilhin the ciiM ricifllion Act> held for the neral Service. C1S5S FUNERAL OLSIIASKI Requiem mass for Peter Olshaski. beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Olshaski of Shaughncssy who died sud- denly in the Picture Butte area Thursday, May at the age of si years, was said at a.m. Mondr.y, May 1072, in St. Basil's Roman Cath- olic Church with Rev. (inslon Marien the celebrant. Pallbear- ers were Paul Liptack, .loe Olshaski, Tony Wolak, George Cudlin, George Chumik and Victor Krnmpl. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of "Mew Comet ory. Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Fun- prices tumble NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices tumbled today in heavy trading following news of President Nixon's decision to mine North Vietnamese ports. All but a handful of the 450 is- sues traded on the New York- Stock Exchange were down and ihe Dow Jones average of 30 in- dustrial stocks was off five points within minutes of tho opening bell. Analysts said Nixon's new ac- tions raised many uncertainties for investors, and they pre- dicted sharply lower prices until thore was some evidence of how jylon on the outskirts of Milan, fie apparently was killed by an explosion. Other explosive charges were attached to the pylon. In West Germany, urban guerrilla activity is almost en- tirely associated with a small group of left-wing extremist.-, known as the Baader-Mcinhol Group. Its leaders have been identi- fied as Ulrikc Meinhof, a 37- year-old woman journalist, and 28-y e a r -o 1 d Andreas Dander, part-time journalist. Police have been unable to confirm ru- mors that Mrs. Meinhof hag died. In France, the closest ap- proach to urban guerrilla action has been by extreme leftist croups born of the worker-slu- violence since 1969, is in the I A car mileage payment o midst of an election campaign i the same rate as that paid civil which began under the shadow servants will be paid for trips PUBLISHER JirnDERED i mcnt wmulj cxcilKie cabinet The body of Giangiacomo Fel- rinelli wealthy and eft-wine publisher, was found j receive a telephone credit card March 15 near an electricity with the government paying for bills to a maximum of Cabinet ministers, in addi- tion to their pay as MLAs. will get a salary of mak- ing their total pay com- pared with the previous sal- ary of and basic pay- ment as a member of The committee had r e c o m- mended a salary of The Opposition leader will get the same salary as the cabinet ministers. In addition, it was announced a grant will be made to cover the expenses of the Opposition leader's offico totalling a year ccm- pared with a year ago. 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