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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta cwihi, n BIRTH Sharon and diet Mook are liappy to announce I he birth of their daughter Tiffany Joy, April 28, 1972, St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. 2133 DEATHS PENTON Levis B., passed away in the city on Monday, 15, 1972, beloved husband of Mrs. Ida Penlon of 418 27 St. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. C'lIRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1939 GRANT Passed away in the city on Monday, May 15, 1972 following a lengthy illness, Mr. William Grant, at the ago of 87 years of the Devon Nurs- ing Home, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Grant. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. M A R TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1993 DEATHS JONG Passed away in the city on Friday, May 12. 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Pon Kee Jong at the age of B7 years of 310 2 Avenue S. Tho funeral service will be held on Wednesday al p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3 Avenue S., will) Jiev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Chinese section, Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. TEA D I TI 0 NAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 3211 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu. neral .Service. C1991 FELLUER Passed away in Magrath on Monday. May 15, 1972, following a lengthy ill- ness. Mr. Herman Pau! Fellger at the age of 63 years, of 1219 7lh Avenue S. The late Mr. Fellger was bora, raised and educated in Germany and came to Canada in 1925. He resided in Magrath for most of his life, moving to Lethbridgo in 1958, where he has resided until his passing. He is surviv- by one son, Mr. Fred H. Fellger, Lcthb ridge; two granddaughters: one brother, Mr. Fred Fellger, Vauxhall ar.d one sister in Germany. Tile funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in the Magrath Lutheran C h u rch, with Rev. Leon Zimmerman of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros.' TRAD I TION- AL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S., phone 328 2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1992 STOUT Passed away in the city on Sunday, May 14, 1972, Mr. L. Virgil Stout, at the age of G2 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Ida Louise Stout of 2410 11 Avenue A. S. Born in Thornton. Washington the late Mr Stout came to the Lomond District in 1917 and to the Champion District in the late 1920's. He moved to Champion in 1934 and farmed there from the early 40's until retiring to Lethbridge in 1959. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Champion and a past mem- ber of the Champion Lions Club. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one sister. Mrs. Minerva Hammer of Strath- more. The funeral service will lie held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avon. ue with Rev. Ken Jordan of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, in caro of Mrs. M. N. 1705 15 St. S. Leihbridge. or to the Charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1990 GKltllART Passed away in tile city on Sunday, May 13, 1972, Mr. Gordon Edward Ger- hari at Hie age of 49 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ann Margaret Gerhart of 533 2Mi St. S. Horn in Soullicy, Sas- katchewan, (he late Mr. Ger- hart moved to Hegina in 1944 and fo Vorklon in 1955 and then to Lelhhridgc in 19ri4, where lie resided until his passing. Be- sides bis loving wife he is sur- vived by one son, Jim and daughters, Sharie and Tammy, ail at home: seven sisters, Mrs. Lily Hunt, Nanaimo, B.C., Mrs. (Minnie) J. Schweitzer, New Westminster, B.C., Mrs. rSophini Herlz. S o n I h r. y. Sask Mrs, fRiilli) U. Kramer, Kdoir.vold. Sask.. Mrs. (Lydia) Wagner, Minbuni. Alberta, Mrs. (Myrtle) Duslcrbeck, I! e gi n a, Mrs. (Kdna) A. Haines. Southey, Sask.: five brolhers, Alt', of Manville. Alia.. John, of Daysland. Bill of Manville. Alia., and Harold and Harvey of Hegina. He was predeceased by one daughter. Prayers will be said on Tuesday a! p.m. in Marlin Bros. MKMOIilAI, CHAPKL, 703 13 St. N. A funeral service will be bold on Wednesday al a.m. in Martin Bros., ME- MOIIIAI, CIIAPKL. with Itev. Faihrr M- Gillis O.M.I, of- licialini: A senind funeral sc vice will In' held in Spears Kef'jna Chapel on Friday at p.in Inlermenl following in thr family plot in Ihe lloi'jna cc'indm 'MAHTIN nuns. Uirei'lor.s of Service. Clliaila IIANSEN Passed away Sunday, May 14, 1972, Lorin Gordon Hansen, age 32 years, beloved husband of Lorraine Hansen of Cowley. Born in Fort Macleod, he was raised in the Porcupine Hills. He mar- ried Lorraine Desjardins in Fort Macleod in I960 and has resided in Cowley until his death. He was employed as a sawyer for Johnson Sawmills of Cowley. Besides his wife he is survived by one son Vernon and two daughters, Ladine and Leanne of Cowley; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. Hansen of Cowley; one sister Mavis of. Calgary. The funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pinchcr Creek, on Wednesday at 11 a.m., Rev. Dennis Mc- Donald officiating. Cremation. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Crippled Chil- dren's Hospital, care of Mrs. Alice Sapeta, Cowley. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C193I! FUNERAL _ Mr. John Rae. office manager of the Swift Current Clinic, age 66, of Ste. 7, 570 6th Ave. N.E.. Swift Current pass- ed away on Monday, May 8, 1972, iii the Swift Current Union Hospital. Funeral ser- vices were held on Wednesday, May 10, 1972 at p.m. from the Chapel of Culham's Funer- al Home, with Rev. Larry Ed- wards of Swift Current officiat- ing. Funeral services were also i held on Thursday, May 11, 1972 from the Knox United Church at Taber, Alberta, with Kev. Ken Morris and Rev. Jim Jones officiating, interment in the Mountain View Cemetery at Lethbridge, Alta., with Cul- ham's Funeral Home of. Swift Current in charge of arrange- ments. Pallbearers were: Bill Maier, Stan Bartram, Warden Spafford, Stu Boyle, Arnold Od- land, G u s Coderre. Honorary Pallbearers w e r e: Gordon Matkin, Ed Fong, Lou Tru- man, Merlin Adams and Bruce Millken. Mr. Rae is survived by liis wife, Mercy of Swift Current; one daughter (Phyl- lis) Mrs. H. Crandall of Nanai- mo. B.C.; one son, Alan of Lethbridgc, Alta.; two sisters, Mrs. E. Hiscocks of Banff, Alta., and Mrs. B. Kicol of Lethbridge: three brothers, Bill ot Picture Butte, Alta., Thompson of Calgary and James of Lethbridge, and three grandchildren. He was prede- ceased by his parents: Mr. and i Mrs. John Rae Sr. and one sis- I ter in infancy. The late Mr. John Rae was born at Bellshill, Scotland on March 13, 1906. He came to Canada with his par- ents to Biairmore, Alta., in 1913. Mr. Rae received his pub- lic and high school education in Lethbridge. He married tin former Mercy Jones in Leth- bridge in 1933. Mr. John Rae was a member of the Knox Unit- ed Church of Taber, Alta., a member of the First United Church Choir of Swift Current, and a member of the Swift Current Kiwanis Club. Mr. Rae was one of the founders of tho Alberta Clinic Managers Asso- ciation, and an active worker for the Red Cross Society, and Ihe Musical Festival Associa- tion in Taber. Mr. .John Rae was always interested and ac- tive in community a f f airs, while he lived and resided in Taber and Swift Current. Mr. and Mrs. Rae moved to Swift Current from Taber in and have been residents of the city since. 21-M 'einoriaml IN MEMORIAM Drug report lo he, tabled OTTAWA The second report of Ihe LoDain commis- sion inlo the non-medical use of cannabis commonly called marijuana or expected to be tabled in tho i House of Commons Thursday, it was learned Monday. Tho report of (lie commision, i tinder chairman Gerald LcDain, dean of Osgoode Hall law school, is (lie second volume in I a series of final reports by tho I commision. OTTAWA (CPl The na-. Three top Quebec union lead- tional convention of the Cana- crs were sentenced lo one-year dian Labor Congress Monday (erms and handed fines after called for a "general amnesty being found guilty of contempt j jfor all trade-unionists impris- of court charges for urging i oncd in Quebec" during the union membership to refuse lo which repre- The three leaders present crisis sents adopted an Labcrgc, president of the emergency resolution at the, Quebec Federation of Labor; opening of the convention be- cause of the situation existing in Quebec. Marcel Pcpin, president of (he Confederation of National Trade Unions and Yvon C'harbonneau, The convention recorded Its president of the Quebec Teach- wholclicartcd support for "the ers Corp. legitimate collective bargaining The resolutions condemning objectives of these workers." the action in Quebec against The convention urged that the j union officials and membership government of Quebec be called was introduced by L. H. Lorrain upon to resume immediately the negotiations with the workers' VvYvWtt AKROYD In loving mem- ory of Karen G., who passed away May 16, 1971. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our hearts your mem- ory is kept We loved you too dearly tc ever forget. remembered b y Rodney, dad. mom, Gor- don, Lloyd, Susan and Jared. 2093 of Montreal, chairman of gen- eral resolutions committee. Mr. Lorrain, also general wiLiiuLiL UIL: imutiL uuu vice-president of file CLC and don implicit" by what it de- Canadian director of the Inter-1 -_ national of Sulphite representatives in Quebec 'without the threat and coer- scribed as repressive legisla loi-ia- f API Town cwnril. ii :i; an invasion tilts summer Ii': the one thai l.nnr'iit. if, youngsters tranipi district last year, sewage around I'nl'; and car- vans of .Jesus In-aks. P.ut the yoijl.s rofire to Taj Drcsel. an girl who lives in a the oulskirt-i nf legend lias H ited in his youth. "I've been in pr since thu council di Stuff. II'S anyone sick. DHL 0 is a religious place I've heard ang.- here. We'll just sit t Town clerk said: "The dumpin: ventive action. warned that, this town will he hundreds of "Thev can be a Ti'-vlciy, ICTHBnIDGF HEBAID 13 '.I O H K S V, Then1 V.XTI; no arrests ri 'I; no on v.'i.s Jaat, lie said, ('arix (I s ft cm Ih" c.i :.i- NIAGARA FALLS N.Y. hj in" f.M'i A boater N aad v.a. h e r e by park police, just a few hundred a'.idU'iiei.' urd'i uprivcr from Niagara I'o'if-c -aid they sighted the the ir-fnn! outboard, piloted by -..cn.'.cas A. iiishop ol Buffalo, at iurkrd ri'n-.vn a fent-e. the lip nf Goat Island and A SUM- liNhop lie was in dan- j'-'i' "I lining s'.vupt over the Ml: hop told police he had lil.-nri'; shinv at Oornka. way and was con- 'Jin miles norlhwcsl of c-jrneci because the water tion. The legislation adopted after failure to settle a strike by the Quebec public service. Union leaders and members were given jail terms and fined after refusing to obey court in- junctions ordering them to re- turn to work. and Paper Mill Workers, told the delegates: "I urge you to give this reso-1 lution careful thought. "It is possibly the most seri- j ous item of business you will j have to deal with at this con- i NEW CITY, N.Y. f.APj A squirrel cut off flcclnoy to a large area oi U o c k I a n d Cour.ly an He crawled into a Irans- fornier at a snbstantion and shorted out three He was electrocuted. choppy." f'nai. traHers. inohHc1 homes tr.vl-' rtar-'iard before Inking lo the ii-Ki. cf lir: I Pi often load trailers with Lrivuy iv camping fools and to c'Jrjr edds and ends, making thi-rn, the Canada Safely Conn- tires support much more weight cil Iti.m they were built for, a coun- As of i'.i 1072 news release says. I'rj conr.cil a.d- Tiic council provides car own- s in !crs and garages with safety tire pressure and wht-d check lists to give servicemen bearing lubricutra on lowed i and owners some idea of. a refrciiiion eciuipmenl are up lo I car's mechr.nical condition. Dock strike threat ends SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The United States West Coast longshore union and dock em- ployers announced agreement Monday on pay scales ordered by the federal pay board, end- ing the threat of a renewed West Coast dock strike. The joint announcement said longshore straight time pay will be increased by 42 cents to S4.70 an hour retroactive to Dec. 25, 1971. That is the standard set by the pay board in its Marcli 16 order trimming to 14.9 from 20.9 per cent increases won by the union in a 134-day strike. The joint announcement by the International Longshore- m e n 's and Warehousemen's Union and the Pacific Maritime Association made no mention of the pay board. OTTAWA (CPl Delegates from the Canadian Union of Public Employees are unhappy about the way they are being treated by the Canadian Labor Congress. The delegates got together at the close of Monday's scsion of the congres conference and complained that the CLC couldn't even provide them with adequate facilities to meet in caucus during the week-long convention. Stanley Little of Ottawa, CUPE national president, said he tried lo get belter facilities but the only place available was a section cf (lie huge convention hail vacated minutes earlier when the convention adjourned until today. A few minutes prior to tile CUPE caucus. Hugh Lennon of Toronto, a CUPE representa- tive, asked CLC president Don- ald MacDonahl to step down and let younger people run the labor organization. Mr. Lcnnon said he, has at- tended CLC conventions for tho last 10 years and the CLC had done nothing for his union. Nci- I her, he said later, had the On. lario Federation of Labor. 'TIREDOL I> MEN' "We have got a bunch of tired old men in the Canadian Labor said Mr. Lennon. "They should step aside when elections are held Friday." Mr. Little told the CUPE dele- gates they could expect changes in the CLC in two years. Mr. MaoDonald, seeking re-el- ection Friday, already has said lie will retire following the 1972 convention, STUDIED DEATH CHICAGO Hev. Carl j A. Mighswonger, a well- j known expert in Ihe field of I lhanatology. Hie sludy of death, died here. Mighswnnger gained atlenlion as head of a program at the University of {'hirago lo train various hospital person- nel lo deal with terminally-ill and (heir families. ALLSTATE Our widest W Series tire. Fibre Glass belted polyester construction. Made for long hours of high-speed highway driving. Two polyester plies give smooth'no-thump' ride. Two Fibre Glass belts mean extra mileage. 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