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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta BIRTH MONSON We have n new brother to share our toys, our mama and our papa. David Bruce was horn May 27, 1972 at the L.D.S. Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah to Jim and Pat Monson. Grandparents are: Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Monson, Salt Lake City and Edna Mc- Leod, Lethbridge. Michael and Douglas Monson 29W SABUWATARI away at Tnber DEATHS Passed on Monday, May 29, 1972, Takayuki of Tabor, at the age of 39 years, beloved husband of Mi's. Manr Sariuvatari of Taber. fu- neral service arrangements will be announced when completet by HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber. C222- FI1EAR Passed away i the city on Saturday, May 27 1972, following a brief illness Mi's. Esther Clara Frear, cf 5: 5th St. S., beloved wife of th late Mi-. Henry C. Frear. The funeral service will be held or Wednesday at p.m. in Mar tin Bros. "TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Captain Cobb officiating. Interment wil follow in Archmount Memoria Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 328-2361 MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dircc tors of Funeral Service. C222G DANIEL Passed away in the city on Friday, May 25, 1972 following a brief illness, Mr. Charles Rowland Daniel at the age of 94 years of Leth- bridge. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at H.-OO p.m. in Southminster United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment mil follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Dorothy Gooder School for Retarded Children, Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2223 OCKEY Eugene, p a s s ed away in Cardston on Monday, May 29th, 1972, at the age of 72 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Vcra Ockey of Cardsloii. Air. Ockey was born November 3rd, 1899, and came to Canada when he was t w o years old, settling In the Deazer District with his parents, John Edward Ockey and Eliza Russell Ockey. He married V e r a Wright in 192.1 and fanned in the Cardslon area unlil uhcn he moved to Slavcly and then lo Rose- mary in lie returned lo Cardston in HL> was 1111 ac live m em her of the IDS Church. lie served as a mis- sionary on the Blackfoot Re- serve for 21: years, lie leaves to mourn his passing besides DEATHS PLETT P e I c r J., passed away in Coaldale on Saturday, May 27th, 1972, at the age ot 71 years, beloved hushand of Mrs. Sara Plett of Coaldale. Born in Russia on November 3rd, WOO and came to Canada in 1920 and farmed in Manitoba for seven years and then moved to the Gem District, where he farmed for 29 years. Mr. Plett retired to Coaldale in 1966. He was an active memtier of Ihe Coaldale Meitnonite BreUiern Church. He is survived by his wife, Sara; five sons, seven daughters and their families, including 30 grandchildren and one brother. Funeral services will be held in the Coaldale Meimonile Brethern Church on Wednesday, May 3lst at p.m., will! Rev. D. Pankrntz of- ficiating assisted by Rev. P ter Doerksen and Hev. H. Ko nelson. Interment will follow the Coaldale Cemetery. Tbo who wish may donate to the C nadian Cancer Society, 409 Ca ada Trust Building. CHM TENSEN SALMON FUNERA HOME LTD., Directors of F ncral Services. C222- FUNERALS WALLACU Funeral scr vice for John Neil Wallace, be- loved husband of the late Mrs Ktla Wallace who died at Mcd cine Hat Tuesday, May 23, 1972 at the age of 88 years, was hel at p.m. Saturday in Mar tin Bros. Traditional Chape 012 3rd Ave. S with Rev. A. T King officiating. Pallbearer Ray MacPherson, Jin LEAV1TT Jane (Glen passed away in Cardston Monday, May 29th, 1972, at th age if 89 years, beloved wif of the late Frank Leavilt of th Cardslon District. Mrs. Leavi way born in WellsviUe, Utal April 25th, 1883 and came t Canada in 1901 and had con Linued to live in the Cardsto District until the time of he passing. She leaves to mourn ler passing seven daughter: Mrs. George (Ivy) Sloddard o Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Paul (Luella) White of Glendale Calif., Mrs. Irvin (Eliza) Loose of Glenwood, Alberta, Mrs. Wil liam (Mabel) Nelson of Orem Utah, Mrs. Albert (Maxine Carter ot Shelby, Mont., Mrs Jouglas (Jane) Hinman South Gate, Calif, and Mrs. Er lest (Barbara) Goett of Leth >ridge; four sons, Lawrer.ce o Midvale, Utah, Glen W. of Har den, Mont.. Boyd of Downey ;alif., and Keith of Shelby .font.; two sisters, Mrs. Mar; and Mrs. Rozella God rey, both of Salt Lake City Jtah; 29 grandchildren; 115 ;reat grandchildren and nu nerous great-great-grandchil drcn. She was predeceased bj er husband, Frank Leavitt in 959 and nlso by four children runeral services will he held in :ie Alberta Stake Chapel in lardston on Wednesday, May 1st at 1 p.m., with Bishop Dou haw officiating. Interment ill follow in the Leavitt Cem. :ery. Friends may meet the arnily and pay their respects nor to the service in the Re- ef Society Room of the church. HRISTENSEN SALMON FU- ERAL HOME LTD., Direc- jrs of Funeral Service. C2227 FUNERALS CBIPPS Graveside service for Herbert Algernon Cripps, who died in the city Monday, May 22, 1972, at the age of 75 years, was held at a.m. Friday at Mountain View Cem- etery with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Martin Bras. Ltd., Directors or Funeral Ser- was in charge of the ar- his loving wife, Vera. seven children, Mrs. Scnlt (Pearl) Gallupof, Pinchcr Creek, Max Ockey of Nanaimo, B.C., Mrs. Gordon (Jcanninc) Orr of Card- ston, Mrs. Dick (Audry) Quaifc, Delaine Ockey of Calg'ary, Mrs. Kenneth (Tnida) Springviile, III ah, Nelson of Mrs. Jim (Hetty) Tibbetls of 1'ocalclla, Idaho, grandchildren and lour great grandchildren; one brother and four sisters, lie was predeceased by a son, Del- mar. Funeral services will be held In the Alborln Slake Chap- el on Thursday, June 1st nt 1 p.m.. wilh Bishop Reed Zemp officiating. Inlcrnicnl will fol- low in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends m.-i.v nicel Ihe family and pay their rcspecl.s from 12 noon prior In the service in the Relief Snricly Room of Ihe church. CHH1KTKNSF.N SALM- ON FIWKI1AI, irOMK LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. rangements. C1IUEN Funeral service for Mr. Sun Chuen, beloved hushand of Mrs. Bow Sim Chucn of Bow Island who died Tuesday, May 23, 1972, at the age of 74 years, was held at p.m. Friday in fit. An- drew's United Church, Bow Is- land, with Rev. 0. R. Hodge officiating. Pallbearers Hud Gcldreicb, Robert George Hill, Ron Calder, Alex Low and Alex Howe. Honorary palKwarers were Earl Smith, Allen Egan, Clement Lavenne, Donovan Kcycs, Waller Wall- work, Alfred Eagen, W. Ken Bateman, Dr. Harry Nikaido Cecil McNecly and .foe Angion Interment was in the Chinese section of Mountain View Cem- etery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. KOftPKE Funral service [or Mrs. Gladys L. Kocpke, be- ,oved wife of ihc late Mr John Wesley Kocpke who died in the city Wednesday, May 24, IS72, after a long illness al the age of (is years, was held al ).m. Salurday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13lh St. N., willi Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Illicit officialing. Pallbearers vere Willnrd Robertson, Mmir- cc Gibbons, Harry Walson, Bill Hac, Vern Price and Rny Fin- ley. Interment was in Arch- mounl Memorial Gardens. Alar- lin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of Uio arrangements. Thornton, Gcurge Peat, Rand Cooke, Bill Macleod and De Patching. Interment was ii Archmount Memorial Garden? Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service, was in charg of the arrangements. LITCHFIfCLD Funeral ser vice for Milson Ray Lilchfield Raymond resident who died a Lethbridpe Wednesdav. Mav 24 1972, at the age of 84 yeears was held at 2 p.m. Saturday May 27, 1972, in the Taylo Stake Chapel of the LDS Church with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Pallbearers were Ralph Richardson, Pau Schneider, Bert Still, Jack Heninger, Lorenzo Herget ant Loren Larson. Interment was ir the Temple Hill Cemetery. Chrislensen Salmon F u n e r a] Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM WAKALUK In loving mem- ory of our deai- son and brother, Edward Joseph Wakaluk, who passed away May 30, UT71. The face we love is missing, Tlie voice we love is stilled, Such pain lie bore so patiently, For quite a weary while He kept his sweetaess Lo (lie end, With a brave and loving smile. And when God took him to Himself, And bushed his heart to sleep, So peaceful was his sweet face. It seems a shame to weep. Take care of liira as he takes his rest Because on earth he was one of Uie test. remembered by his loving mom, dad and family. 2851 Hopper cars spur economy j REGINA (CP) The prori in of new hopper cars from rain movement will measur stimulate Canada's exporl Jility, Ira K. Mumford. gen ral manager of the Saskagch- wan Wheat Pool, said here. Mr. Mumford said he was leased nhout the prime min ter's announcement that ars will be provided at a cosl S42 million. "It could mean much as 100 million more ushels a year for export." Mr. Mumford said it is im- icrtant that the new cars not place any in the present fleet icause "we need all the cars 'ailable if movement is to be lly effective and meet our eeds." He also suggested the ailways consider replacing the tdaled cars now being used. Hopper cars can be loadcl iter lhan traditional boxcars a( country elevators, aiding the specded-up grain movement. The n e iv cars mean carrying capacity for an additional six- million bushels of grain, Mr. Mumford said. The Pool general manager said the next important move must Iw to find a way to open (lie rail lines to Van- couver during the winter. "The federal government should take on this project be- cause of Uic importance of maintaining a flow of grain and other commodities for export." Immigrant lota] drops OTTAWA (CP) _ Canada re- ceived immigrnnls in the first three months of Ihis year, a drop from the who came in Ihe same period last year. The Immigration department j released figures Monday .show- ing that imniigr.inls from Ihe Unilwl Stales weiil against (he trend, increasing lo from The five noxl largest sources of immigrants were Britain, down lo from rorlu- ;nl, down lo 2.171 from West Indies, flomi lo from Italy, down lo from ..WO; anrl Inrlln, down to 1.024 rom j I Cadillac car Nixon gift to Brezhnev DETROIT (AF) General Motors Corp. says practically every optional item i[ offers was included on the Cadillac Eldorado that President Nixon presented In Soviet Communist party chict Leonid Brezhnev. Extras on the black, front- wheel drive automobile in- eluded an AM-FM stereo radio, tape deck, tinted glass and a special air horn. "About the only item added specifically for overseas was a kilo speedometer, rather than the regular-type speed- ometer found in American a spokesman said. He said the car came of the assembly line May 1C and had no special safety equip- ment such as bullet-proof glass or armor plate. General Motors confirmed Monday thai il donated Hie S9.630 car for presentation to Brezhnev and that it secretly was flown to Moscow. The Russian leader, a car buff, has in his personal collection such Westell autos as a Rolls Royce limousine, a Citroen-Mazerati and a Re- nault 16. The latter two were gifts from French President Georges Pompidou on the oc- casion of the Russian leader's visit to Paris last October. Tuetday, May 30, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERA1D 21 Hellyer calls for inquiry into Communist subversion OTTAWA (CP) Former Liberal Paul Hellyer persisted in calling for a royal commis- sion into Communist subversion in Canada Monday night, de- spite denial of his charges by two ministers and lack of public response from the opposition. Mr. Hellyer, who resigned as a cabinet minister in 1069, reit- erated in an interview that Ca- nadians would be shocked if they knew the true extent of Communist activities in (heir country. He said the same thing during the weekend. He added Monday night that a royal commission inquiry could show how alleged as the much-de- baled Company of Young Cana- manipulated and used by Marxists. In neither his Monday night nor v.'eekend interviews did he indicate he had any new infor- mation to add to what he learned as a Trudau cabinet minister in 1968 and early 1969. The opiHjsiuuii, is quick jump on something that might embarrass the govern- ment during the 40 minutes set aside for questions each day, 3aid little attention to what Mr. rlcllycr suggested. Jack Marshal Barbc) was told by Solicitor-General Jean- ierrc Goyer that security against subversion is "com- pletely under control." Mr. Marshall suggested Mr. Hellyer be brought before a Commons committee to explain his remarks. No other member of the opposition pursued matter. Mr. Hellyer sits in the Com- mons as an independent Liberal for Toronto Trinity. He has formed his own Action Canada movement. H e resigned from the cabinet three years ago in a dispute over housing policy. He said Monday night his oath of cabinet secrecy, which slill is binding, forbade him from giv- ing examples to support his ar- jgumenl. However, he did charge that the government suppressed charges of infiltration of the Company of Young Canadians In Quebec until after the 1308 el- ection. Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Faucon, VI- olette Leduc, C5, author of Le batarde, an autobiographical novel en lesbianism, poverty and solitude, of cancer. Pearce, 79. who with liis two brothers made the Northern Miner one of tha world's largest weekly news- papers. Buffalo, F. Lor- enz, yi, a pioneer in rock and roll radio and later the owner of a radio station, after a brief Ill- ness. Ralph's three elubs overpowered (R3C OKI) Make up your oun way to remember ypur code. Then send it to .your friends. PtiSTflLCODEPCfSTflL ATTENTION OLD AGE PENSIONERS GUARANTEED MINIMUM INCOME LEVELS HAVE BEEN RAISED to monthly (single pensioners) and to monthly (married pensioners) AND...IF THE COST OF LIVING GOES UP...SO WILL PENSIONS D pensions and pension supplements have been increased back to last January to increases in the cost of living D in future, if living costs rise, these benefits will be adjusted accordingly each April.. D all of (he 1.8 million pensioners will have their pension and supplement fully adjusted for changes in the cost olliving D 1 million aged 65 and over (aboul 60% ol old age pensioners) will receive increases in either their maximum or partial supplement benefits... D an additional pensioners will be entitled lo the supplement lor the lirsl time because o[ higher allowable income. Those who may qualify for supplements Ail (hose receiving only the basic Old Aga Securily pension will receive during July intormalional malerial and a Supplement Application Form to assist them in determining whether they are now entitled to the supplement. Your old age security pension Your May cheque will not include the increase. Your June cheque will include: Back to May New rate of regular monthly cheque Tolal lo be paid in June only Your old age pension and supplement Those who are receiving maximum benefits under the combined Old Age Security and Guaranteed Income Supplement will be entitled to S150 for a single person or a married person whoss husband or wife is not a pensioner and S285 lor a married couple where both ara each. Those who are now receiving a partial supplement will also receive the same amount ol adjustment, bul not the new maximum benefits noted above. Your May cheque will not include tha increase. Your June cheque will be at the new rate and will also include the back payments to last January. Heed More Information? Additional information will be mailed to all pensioners in mid-June. Information is also available from Ihe Regional Old Aga Securily Ollice in the capital city ol your province. Health Santo ot and Welfare Blen-etro social Canada Canada ;