Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
32 LETHBRIOGE HERALD May 1974 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS HICKS Harold passed aw ay Tuesday May 14 1974 in C liilliwack B C at tne age of 85 beloved husband ol Mrs Or i ic Hicks and father of Mrs Gumming of Lethbndge Mr Hicks was well known lor his 37 in the Fedeial IXpenmental Farm System a i Canadian Clvdesdale Association and Canadian Holstein Association The funeral was held on Friday 17 in 2029 MICAK Passed awav at Taber on Tuesdav May 21 1974 Cecelia ot Taber at the age of 79 vears Prayers will be said in Humphries Funeral Chapel Taber on Thursday May 23 at 8pm Funeral services will be conducted from St Augustine s Roman Catholic Church Taber on Friday May 24 at 11 a m with Rev Fatner Don ODwyer celebrant Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden HUMPHRIES HOME LTD are in charge of arrangements C8837 HONESS Tuesday May 21 1974 Russell James aged 70 vears beloved husband of Mrs Verda Honess Lomond Born Ontario came to the Lomond district 1926 Besides hi1- wife he is survived by two step sons Russell and Gilbert Honess both of Lomond eight grandchildren seven great grancdhildren two s in Ontario Predeceased by a step daughter Marion Howell 19fa9 Services at the Bethany Lutheran Church Lomond Thursday 23rd at 2 00 p m the Rev J Rismiller ot tic idling Interment in the ulcan Cemeterv If friends desire donations mav be made to the Bethany Lutheran 1-und Lomond I LC FUNERAL HOME in chaige 01 arrangements C8835 ELIASON John Ravi passed awav in Saskatoon on May bth 1974 at the age of 56 beloved husband of Mrs Ida Ehason of Saskatoon and the voungest son of Nels L and Hettie I Lhason He uas married to Ida Sleuth of Saskatchewan and alter joined the arad tan Army in Saskatchewan Returning from ihe armv they moved to V loria tor a time and then thev moved back to Saskatchewan where he was emploved by the Saskatchewan government He loved music sports particularlv basketball and baseball and outdoor life of all kinds He leaves to mouin his passing besides his loving vile Ida one daughter Marlene in Vancouver B C lour brothers Roldo N and F of Wrentharn N Lavell ot Lethbndge and Oscar D Pickardville Alberta two sisters Mrs N1 S in Victoria and Mrs J McGuire in Lethbndge Funeral services held in Saskatoon Saskatchewan C8834 CYRE Domma beloved husband of Mrs Jennie Cyre of Coaldale passed away in the city on Mondav May 1974 at the age of 79 years Born in Greenleaf Mr Cyre came to Canada when he was five years old settling in Edmonton He came to Coaidale in 1956 and had lived n Lethbndge for the past four f-ars Besides his loving wife Jennie he is survived by five sons Lawrence of Kinusu Dan of Rocky Mountain House and Robert and Leon all of Coaldale four daughters Mrs Yvonne Sound Kinuso Mrs Betty Gusselm and Mrs Shirley Hum of Slave Lake and Kelly ic of Rocky Mountain House also surviving are three brothers and two sisters Funeral Mass with Rev Father F McCabe as will be held from St Ambrose Roman Catholic Coaldale on Thursday May 23rd at 10 30 a m Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery Lethbndge Prayers will be held Wednesday at 7 30 p m m St Ambrose Coaldale CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Service CARDS OF THANKS BROWN 1 would like to thank mv family and friends for the nice party thev gave me on mv 90th birthday -Jack Brown 1971 THE U AND I Central Church of Christ wish to thank eveivone who assisted in anv wav in making our recent Dessert Tea such a success 1944 HORNE A special thank to the doctors also the staff of third main for the care and kindness extended to me while a patient in St Michael s Hospital Also a special thank vou to my family and to mv friends for all the nice cards visits flowers and the many other wavs bv which thev remembered me Home 1994 LIGHTBOUND We wish' to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends relatives and neighbors who helped in anv wav during our recent bereavement For those who sent flowers messages of sympathy and donations to the Heart Fund we are trulv grateful Thank vou also to Rev Frank Lee the doctor and staff first floor St Michael s Hospital and Martin Bros Ltd Lightbound and family 1970-23 More study needed on Kidnap charge faces pursued Hearst girl pipeline OTTAWA The Na- tional Energv Board todav or- dered Interprovincial Pipe Line Ltd to do more environmental studies on its proposed Sarnia Ont to Montreal crude oil pipeline After hearing six days of evidence and argument on the proposed 500 mile line aimed at bringing Western Canada crude to the Montreal market the energy board said it was not satisfied with the company s evidence on the environmental impact the line ivould have in Quebec W A Scotland presiding over the hearing said the board felt it could not approve the Quebec route and ordered the company to co-operate with Quebec environmental officials in considering alternate routes Rolling across America Clint Shaw is crossing the United States at 8 mph When the 32-year-old ironworker from B C finishes what is hoped to be a two-month roller cross country total will have been 8000 miles or more Shaw is shown in Cincinnati Water stabilizing near west Montreal Bv The CANADIAN PRESS A Hjdro-Quebec spokesman Tuesday night said water levels were stabilizing around parts of the west Island of Montreal following flooding which forced evacuation of about 2 000 people The power utility spokesman reported an average flow of cubic feet per second for Tuesday at the Carillon Dam on the Ottawa River Average flow Monday was 288 800 cubic feet per second The excess waters flow into Riviere des Prairies which borders the west of Montreal The island communities of Pierrefonds Ste Roxboro He Bizard Ste Anne de Bellevue and Cartierville weie hardest hit by the flooding and three of the municipalities mayors have requested financial aid Irom the government New policy OTTAWA Federal health inspectors will no longer examine canned mushrooms on entry into Canada under a new policy which puts the onus for safety on the importers was time we stopped serving as a quality-control agency for im- porters Dr A B Morrison head of the health protection branch said Tuesday in an in- terview Federal inspectors now will monitor mushrooms only at the retail and importers may be liable for product he said W G Boll mayor of Rox- boro called the region a dis- aster area and requested gov- ernment compensation Parts of the towns are under as much as four feet of water A civil protection co- ordinator said People are losing everything they everything they worked hard for I walked into a 000 home the other day and furni- ture was floating in the living room The people inside were crying Jean Lamoureux said Canadian Armed Forces personnel were on standby Tuesday night in the event mass evacuations are called for and civic authorities were continuing sandbagging operations LOS ANGELES Pa- tricia Hearst and two comrades faced additional charges today resulting from two alleged kidnappings as hundreds of lawmen pressed their search for the three they say make up the remnants of the Symbionese Liberation Army Heavily-armed lawmen swarmed into the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys and into a neighborhood in Sacramento Tuesday night m response to reports by persons claiming to have seen Miss Hearst and two SLA William and Emily Harris Neither report proved to be true FBI agent Charles Bates in charge of this case since Miss Hearst was kidnapped 3 months appealed early today to the trio to surrender to avoid more bloodshed an 18-year-old youth who said Miss Hearst and the Harrises kidnapped him last week was quoted today as saying the 20-year- old newspaper heiress told him she had joined the SLA of her own free will Tom Dean Matthews was quoted by Times as saying Miss Hearst told him she had nothing to do with her but decided to join forces with her abductors because of dissatisfaction with her father's sponsoring of a food-giveaway that was to win her release Los Angeles District Attorney Joseph Busch said Miss Hearst and the Harrises will be charged today in a shooting incident at a suburban sporting goods store the commandeering of several vehicles and kidnapping of two men They already are charged with un- lawful use and possession of automatic weapons Authorities allege that the kidnappings followed an abor- tive attempt by to shoplift a pair of 49-cent socks lastThuisday It was that epi- sode in which police allege Miss Hearst sprayed the store with automatic rifle that started police on an intensive manhunt in Los Angeles Los Angeles Police Chief Ed Davis said the trio can surren- der by making contact with ei- ther the local Press Club or the Los Angeles County Bar which would act as go-betweens The police manhunt continued across the state The FBI said it had 200 agents working around-the- clock on the case in the Los Angeles area Patrols on the Mexican border south of Arizona and California were also on the lookout for the three Residents in the San Fer- nando just north of Los reported that FBI agents knocked on doors Tuesday at apartment houses and showed residents photographs of Miss Hearst like the Harris is described as armed and extremely dangerous About 100 miles near Santa 11 transients got the scare of their lives when sheriff's deputies descended on a freight tram on a false alarm that Miss Hearst might be riding the rails At more than 100 FBI agents and police combed a black neighborhood Tuesday night after a report that Miss Hearst and two men tried to rent an apartment for two offering After three hours officials called it with FBI agent John Reed saying the description by the apartment manager did not match Miss Hearst or the Harris couple It marked at least the third time in recent days that apart ment managers reported sev- eral persons including Miss to rent a room or apartment for just one or two offering up to At Van Nuys 400 miles at almost the same time as the Saciamento about 25 officers went to a home after a tip that a van used by SLA members might be in the area Officers called it a false alarm Master gardeners yard needs weeding Mich Jerry America s master is waging battle with the enemy in his front and he is losing He says every time he turns around Mother Nature 'is giving me a punch in the mouth A glance about Baker s yard in this Detroit suburb would not indicate that the gardening author lives there- like thousands of other yards it is dotted with weeds The grass needs mowing the half-acre is dotted with dehydrated rhodo dendron chickweed and creeping and a 10 by-10-yard vegetable patch needs spading Baker's fast-selling garden- ing are Like People and Talk to Your earned him the label of America's master gardener and Mr Grow It All But weeds are growing be tween and around many of his plants A 115 fool blue spruce has grown crooked since it toppled in a winter storm A large section ot his backyard needs to be torn up and raised to keep it from flooding And evei greens need pruning Bakers name is sy- nonvnous with growing things and he has been asked to endorse about 112 com mercial fer- tilizer to windshield since he quit his job as a De troit policeman in 1961 to sell garden equipment One of the things Baker says in his books is that the gardener should talk to his He has even gone so lar as to name three of his favorites Deke Denney and Dons Delphinium Watergate costs mount WASHINGTON -The General Accounting Office estimates that the White House has spent on lawyers salaries and travel relating to the Watergate political espionage case The estimate pushes the total estimated cost of the Unitpd States taxpayer of 'Watergate related investigations to some 5 million The 5-million figure includes operating costs for the special prosecutor's three grand the Senate Watergate the House ot Representatives judiciarv committee b Nixon impeachment inquiry and a GAO investigation of government funds spent on houses owned by President Nixon To the untrained the surface of the Moon is unmistakable. The eerie seemingly bottomless chasms and pock-marked mountain ranges resemble nothing on earth for that nothing on any other planet in our solar system. But such is not the case at all as the photographs below illus- trate. Can you guess which photo is of the moon's surface and which is Mars or IF YOU GUESS this to be the lunar you're wrong it's Mars as seen by Mariner 9. Visible at the center are those famous canals that have been the subject of so much speculation over the centuries. Astronomers now suspect they are the results of severe wind and water erosion or are possibly lava channels. Scientists now believe .the planet's surface was shaped mainly by water and as may be capable of supporting some forms of life. THIS IS THE surface of earth's only our Moon. The photo was taken from an altitude of 1660 miles above the lunar surface and covers an area of 180 by 590 miles. The aria seen is the the side always hidden from earth. WHILE THIS certainly resembles the Moon's the crystal-clear and chasms are actually those of the planet closest to our sun. This photo was taken from an altitude of about miles.