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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD May 1974 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS CHOW Passed away in the city on May Mr. Hong Chow at the age of 81 years of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8678 KLOVANSKY Passed away in Picture Butte on May 1974 following a brief Mr. Louis Klovansky at the age of n Ralph Herbert 76 beloved husband of Passed away suddenly at his Mrs. Melania Klovansky of late residence in Ontario on May in his 56th year. Only son DEATHS passed away in Calgary pn May 1974 at the age of 46 beloved wife of William Larson of 433 Woodland Cr. Calgary. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C8675 Mrs. Mel Picture Butte Born and raised in the late Mr. Klovansky came to Canada in 1926 to Southern Saskatchewan. In 1933 he moved to the Lethbridge- Picture Butte area and was employed at the Canadian Sugar factory for 20 years and custodian of Saint Catherine's School for 10 years until retiring in 1969 and has resided in Picture Butte until his passing. He was a member of the Happy Oldtimers' of Picture Butte Besides his loving the late Mr Klovansky is survived by one son. MiVk Klovansky of three daughters. Mrs. J. R. Wilton of Picture Mrs P. Nestrak and Mrs. J. both of 13 grandchildren and six great- four Mrs. L. Tisoski of three sisters in four Steve Klovansky of Saskatchewan and three brothers in Czechoslovakia. Prayers will be said on May 15 at p.m. in St. Catherine's Church in Picture Butte. Requiem mass will be celebrated at 10-00 a.m on May 1974 in St. Catherine's Church in Picture with Rev Father J. A. Carroll O M I. celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8676 of Effie and the late Herbert McCabe of Belleville. Survived by his wife three Terry of Ralph of St. Catharines and Kevin of Mississauga. Beloved grandfather of Jar- red and only brother of Mrs. Jack Butlin of Mrs. Charles Ford of Belleville and Mrs. Max McGuire of Stirling. Funeral service was held in Toronto on May 7th under the direction of ROSAR FUNERAL HOME. 1627 BEAR Passed away suddenly in the city on Tues- May Mr. Victor Wesley Bear at the age of 28 years of Lethbridge. Mr. Bear came to Lethbridge from Regina in 1969 and has worked in the area while continuing to reside here until his sudden passing. The late Mr. Bear is survived by five Mrs. C. Taypotat of Mrs. E. Keyes of Miss Edna Bear and Mrs. Curt both of Miss June Bear of one Hughie Bear of Broadview. Saskatchewan. Funeral services will be held at p.m. on May 1974 in Martin Bros. Traditional with Captain Butcher and Major Joan Pierce officiating. Burial will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8677 DEATH ERICKSON William passed away on May at the age of 51 beloved husband of Mrs. Erma Erickson of Milk River. Mr. Erickson was born in Milk River on .April 1923. He received his education in the Massinasin Schools. He was in the Construction Business and built many homes in the Milk River District as well as the Seed Cleaning Plants throughout Alberta as Government Projects. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his loving wife five Marcella Kosinski of Bonnie Read of Maple and Corrinne and Lorna at his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Erickson of Milk one Angus Erickson of Milk River and one Lillian Szarko of Milk River. Funeral services will be held May 1974 at p.m. in the Christensen Chapel 10th St. with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. In lieu of donations may be given to the Alberta Heart 1705 15th St. S. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C8674 IN MEMORIAM JANKOWIAK In loving 'memory of a dear father and John who passed away May 1971. Three years have now passed away But in our hearts your memory will stay. Dear no more pain will you bear. For you are safely in God's care. remembered by wife Frank and Richard and families. 1575 IN MEMORIAM BALAZS In loving memory of a dear father and Nick who passed away May 1970. Four years have now passed But in our hearts your memory will stay. No more pain will you For you are safely in God's care. remembered by his Lydia and family 1575 BALACS In loving memory of a dear Nick who passed away April 1970. Those we love go out of sight But never out of mind For they are cherished in the Of those they left behind. remembered by daughter Ann Hobbs and Sarah Jones and son Brian. 1624 CARDS OF THANKS Mike We wish to express many thanks to relatives and many friends for lovely masses and also special thanks to- Mrs Mary Bolokoski and Mrs. Helen George for their kind also Father Zuback. Petrunia Family 1623 PATZER We wish to express our sincere thankst and appreciation to the doctors and nurses and staff on third and fourtr floor of Municipal Hospital. Especially we wish to thank the doctor. Patzer Family 1574 KINNELL We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all friends and relatives who helped in any way at the time of our dear husband and father's passing. For those who sent messages of flowers and for food received we are truly grateful. Thank you to the pallbearers and to Rev. P. Walker for his kind words and services. Also to Martin Brothers Funeral Directors for their kindness and help. son Wayne and family. 1622 CARDS OF THANKS The Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church thank all for their support in the recent raffles. Winners for April 6th 1. 0. Lethbridge 2. R. Lethbridge 3. M. Raymond Mother's Day Raffle 1. C. Lloyd Minister 2. H. Barons 3. L. Lethbridge 1592 PISKO We wish to extend our sincere thanks to everyone who showed kindness and sympathy with mass visits and cards during the loss of our beloved husband and Steve Pisko. Special thanks to Father Marion and Father the pallbearers and Martin Bros. Rose Pisko and family 1599 HORNER I wish to express my deep appreciation for all the care and attention given to me by my the nursing staff of the Lethbridge Municipal the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital and Border Counties Hospital during my illness and recuperation. A sincere thanks to all the friends for the cards and visits that did so much to cheer the long days. Homer Alberta 1593 Palestine refugees worry over peace more than war STRIKE HURTS CALGARY Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd. of Calgary has reported net earnings of or 12 cents per share for the first three months of down from net earnings of or 23 cents per share for the first quarter of 1973. Company president R. L. Borden says first-quarter earnings were adversely affected by a strike in the manufacturing subsidiary but expresses confidence in the overall success operations. of 1974 BEIRUT Four major Arab Israeli wars have not resolved the fate of 1.5 million Palestinian refugees.'Many of them now feel more threatened by peace. Six months after the latest their guerrilla leaders appear to be still sharply divided on whether to participate in peace talks and more apprehensive than ever that their aspirations will be ignored in a Middle East peace settlement. Guerrilla radicals who brook no compromise with Israel already feel sold out by Egypt's desire to cease hostilities and begin postwar reconstruction. They fear the new climate of negotiation could lose them the support of Syria as well. Moderates appear to have accepted the reality that Arab states are less interested in recapturing pre 1948 Palestine than they are in regaining territory occupied by Israel in 1967. The cause that rallied armies and unleashed the Arab oil weapon still gets lip service from Jordan and Syria. But each has its own territorial economic growth plans and alliances with super powers to worry about. BLEAK ALL OVER Here is how Palestinian leaders view the policies of the three President Anwar Sadat is more interested in reopening the Suez canal and improving relations with the United States than the plight of Palestinian refugees living on United Nations charity in the Gaza Strip. King Hussein is more interested in recovering the agricultural and tourist dollars of his rich west bank than granting separate statehood to Palestinian refugees in his kingdom.' President Hafez Assad --is more interested in returning displaced Syrian villagers to the Golan than the Palestinian refugees in camps within his CAMPING TRAILER SPECIAL Friday and Saturday May and 18 only Cllir Pllttlc Wilt tetri Trill irt III In ZELLERS OWN Bradford Total living comfort out of doors...Our own camping trailer. fully panelled interior sleeps six in full Features vinyl floor self-draining ice box. Gaucho couch on rear double storage compartments and convertible bed. Included with tht of a 'Bronco' Camping Trailer. Set of 4 Comfortable Thick foam CAMPING MATTRESSES two-way split 3-woy split mattrtss. Plui and solid mattrtms with onds. tint TM ItMi in SrtriN Titta Miflnnn .I.MM. Confer ITT MiM Hut Ytrtlctl Him-Dity LMkhfOcir ClnriMt OttioMl For Tbi COMPACT KITCHEN UNIT Includes 2-burner propane stainless steel sink. Complete unit enclosed in woodjrraia cabinet... Can be used inside or outside trailer. Zellers County tetailers to Canadians Located In Zallare Shopping Cantro on Mayor Magralh Driva OptrTBtlly a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Tatophena 321.8171 And the Palestinian refugees in tiny Lebanon are on even shakier ground. Never a willing host to the the Beirut government is more eager than any of its Arab neighbors for a peaceful solution that would rid this country of its unwelcome guests. The Palestinians fear this will cost them their last guerrilla stronghold in the Arab world. Jordan evicted its Palestinian guerrillas in 1970. Syria maintains a tight rein on guerrillas in its refugee camps while supporting unrestricted guerrilla operations in Lebanon. Too weak to defend too close to Israel to avoid Lebanon has tolerated the guerrilla presence to maintain good relations with Syria and appease the Moslem sector of its population. And it has tried to satisfy the Christian more interested in tourism and by remaining a noncombatanf in Arab Israeli wars. ARMY CRACKS DOWN The fragility of this arrangement was demanded by two weeks of savage street fighting here between the guerrillas and the Lebanese army in 1973. Lebanon's economy was virtually crippled when Syria closed its border and threatened to unleash the Syrian based Palestine Liberation Army on its neighbor. The ensuing truce has been marred by Palestinian terrorist attacks cross border raids into Israel and Israeli reprisals. Sources in the five major guerrilla groups expect an increase in terrorist meaning more Israeli reprisals and a further deterioration in relations with the Lebanese army. Syria drops its pro guerrilla stance after this might encourage the Lebanese army to crack down on us said one informant. There already are signs of increasing tension. Last month's guerrilla raid on Qiryat Shmonah and Israel's swift retaliation prompted a Lebanese army offer to station troops in and around Palestinian refugee camps. It was politely but firmly rebuffed by the guerrillas. time they might not ask so said one. Lewis lays groundwork for campaign SAULT STE. Ont. Although his official campaign doesn't start until next David Lewis al- ready has finished a quiet pre-campaign tour and laid the groundwork for the real thing. he wound up his swing through three New Democratic Party ridings with a speech at a nomination meeting here that acclaimed incumbent Cyril Symes as the party's local candidate in the July 8 election. he visited Oshawa and Brantford. All his speeches have centred on one cost of living. When he starts his official travelling Sunday with a 10-city inflation and the cost of living seem certain to retain high priority. Each speech also has con- tained a strong defence of the NDP decision to topple the government on the issue of Finance Minister John Turner's budget proposals. In Tuesday's Mr. Lewis attacked the Con- servative call for wage and price controls and pushed his own suggestions for selective domestic price controls and a national body to oversee price increases HITS CORPORATIONS He also turned briefly to the subject of large targets of the NDP's campaign in the his approach was different than in the last campaign. Although he struck out at the corporations' high he suggested that profit levels can be curbed while providing a fair deal for including the corporations He attacked large corporate bodies for what he called manipulation of markets but laid almost equal blame on the Liberal government for not taking steps to prevent such manipulations. In each interview and news he pushed three strong NDP positions for economic a price review a two-price system for basic commodities and a cut in personal income tax. Too much power Svasted in B.C.' VICTORIA The government will consider raising electrical rates to industrial consumers to discourage wasteful use of British Columbia Premier Dave Barrett said Tuesday night. shouldn't encourage wasteful use of power in the premier said. want the minister to see if some industrial users are being wasteful and raise the The province could not afford to continue its rapid growth in the use of Mr. Barrett said during debate on the spending estimates of the department of lands forests and water resources. have to change our whole approach to the growth of power. don't think it's necessary to keep on he said. urge everyone to turn out those turn down those The premier said he wanted to avoid the of nuclear His staements came after Allan Williams West Vancouver-Howe urged the government to reconsider its stand aginst nuclear power development in B.C. Resources Minister Bob Williams said B.C. was energy-rich. 'Less inmates would reduce penal costs' CALGARY The huge cost of operating provincial and federal prisons could be cut by reducing the numbers of criminals being sent to jail for relatively minor the former warden of the Calgary Correctional Institution said this week. James now provincial executive director of the John Howard told a Kiwanis Club luncheon it now costs an average of a day to maintain the estimated prisoners in Alberta's provincial jails. can stay in a very fine hotel for a so Spy Hill must be one of the finest hotels in the He suggested that the courts eliminate the uneconomic of jailing offenders for failure to pay fines within a specified period. the offender should be permitted to keep working and pay the fine in weekly or monthly installments. or and in the long society will have to meet these costs and I believe there are Mr. Jackson said. people from going to jail this is the He suggested that in lieu of offenders should be put to work and an intensive education program should be started to prevent young people from going astray. A1 i i -4 i ;