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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November I, THI LETHMIDGf HERALD 2t Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS HENDEIISON Charles F., 79, Post Falls, at Kcotenai Me- morial Hospital, October 28, 1972. Charlie lived and receiv- ed most of his education in Barnwell, Alberta. He was the son of Mr. and Mis. Frank B. Henderson of Barnwell, Alberta later of Lethbridgc. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, Post Falls Ward. Survived by his wife Adclia anl six chillren; one brother, Cecil and five sis- ters, Mrs. Bertha Patey, Mrs. Nellie Rasmussen and Mrs. Margaret Jamison, all of Leth- bridge, Mrs. Lilla Moline and Mrs. Rose Greigor, both Barn- well, Alta., 15 grandch'Idren and several great grand- children. 1537 JIAWORTH Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1972, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Kathleen Agnes Ha- worth of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. Leonard Clayton Ross Haworth. Born in Purple Springs, the late Mrs. Haworth has been a long time resident of Southern Alberta. She was a Service Observer for the Alberta Government Tele- phone Co. for 15 years and was very active in the United Church in Taber and Leth- bridge until forced to retire by Multiple Schlerosis. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Predeceased by her husband in 1948, she is sur- vived by one son, Mr. C. Gor- don Haworth of Cessford, Al- berta: two daughters, Mrs. (Marjorie) S. W. Parker of Montreal, Mrs. (Cathy) D. .G Gillespie of Medicine Hat; four grandchildren, and one sister. Mrs. J. (May) Mah'nsky of Taber. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 1 p.m. in Southminster United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will fol- low in the family plot at the Taber Cemetery at p.m. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITION- AL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S. Phone 328-2361. Those who wish may donate to the Multiple Schlerosis Fund, in care of Mrs. Fraser Hodgson, 203 -1615 13 St. N., Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C5365 FUNERALS McPIlEE Funeral service for Mrs. Mable McPhee, be- loved wife of the late Alexan- der McPhee and Grassy Lake resident who died at Shauna- van, Sask., Friday, Nov. 3, 1972, at the age of 71 years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 6, 1972, in the Taber Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints Stake Centre with Bishop Marvin Torrie of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Lawrence Ell, Karl Johnston, Stanley James, Albert Jones, Charlie Furman and Wallace Turnball, Jr. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd.. Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. DUCE Funeral service for Mrs. Imogene Aflon Webster Duce, beloved wife of Delbert Duce of Cardston who died at Ca.Tdston Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1972, at the age of 57 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, 1972, in the "Alberta Slake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints with President Travers Smith officiating. Pallbearc-s were Roy Card, Richard Smith, Scott Bcazcr, Forney Archibald, Vern Quinton and Mark Wood. Interment was in the Cardston Cemetery. Christenscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors ff Funeral Service, charge of the arrangements. FOdGIN service Kir James Ilcdley Foggin, lie- loved husband cf tin; late Mrs. Annie Foggin who died at Fort Macleod Thursday. Nov. 2, 1972, after a lirief illness at Ihc age of B7 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1972. in the Magralii United Church with Rev. C. Carnoclnn offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Gor- don and Mclvin Perry, Dallas and Brian Ilarick, lioss and Monte Taylor. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery, I.cthhridge. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sorvlce, was in charge of tho arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS BALDERSON I wish to lhank the doctors, nurses and staff on the third floor of the Municipal Hospital for the won- derful care they gave me while a patient in the hospital. Thanks so much to all my friends and relatives for their visits and cards. Balderson 1532 wish to express my appreciation and thanks to the doctor who trestoi me, the nurses and staff of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kindness and efficiency in my behalf during my recent stay there, and to all friends for their visits, cards and gifts dur- ing that time. Lucille Pierson 1533 The congregation of the New Dayton United Church would like to thank all those who at- tended the turkey dinner on Sunday, November 5, 1972. We appreciate the efforts of every- one who helped make it a suc- cess. 1531 BOYCE We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to friends neighbors and relatives for their cards, flowers, gifts of food, donations to the Cancer Society, ar.d all o'jier acts of kindness and sympafiiy shown to us during our recent be- reavement. Boyce Bob and Elsie Fleming and family Ron and Terry Boyce and family. 1497 BULVA There are no words that can express our gratitude and appreciation to our many friends, relatives, and neighbours who were so kind to us in the loss of our loved ones, my husband, John, and son, Ken. They helped with taking off the crop, combining, beet harvesting, and sprinkling this summer. A special thanks to my hired man and his fam- ily, Bob Dyck. We will never forget sending our prayers. Bulva and Shirley and Barb Bulva. 1514 MORDEN We sincerely appreciate the many kindnesses shown us during our bereave- ment. Thank you to tie doctor, the hospital and clinic staffs for consideration shown Bill during his illness. Special thanks to the Oddfellow and Rebekah Lodges, to Mr. Walk- er, Mrs. McLean and the Choir, to those who sent flowers, cards, food and extended the hand of friendship in many other ways. Words cannot express how much your thoughtfulness has meant to us. -Nellie Morten Byron and Shirley Fay and Dennis. 1534 IN MEMORIAMS HARDING In loving mem- ory of our father and grand- fathcr, Frederick N., who passed away November 8, 1971. No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you are al- ways near. Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered and sadly missed by Laurie, Bob, Traccy, Shauna, and Roberta. 1498 HARDING In fond memory of a dear and Fred N. Harding, who passed away November 8, IS71. There's an open gate at the end of the road Through each must go alone. And there in a light cannot see Our Father claims his own. Beyond the gate our loved one Finds happiness mid rest And there is comfort in the thovght That a loving God knows best. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Joyce, children and grand- children. 1499 Student, loans OTTAWA (CP) Loans to- talling million were made (o Ixirrowers under the federal student loans plan dur- ing the year ended June 30, tho finance department reported to- day. Loans totalled million for sludenls during the previous 12 months. Buffalo killed on rail truck CASERTA, Italy (AP) A passenger train plowed Into n herd of buffalo that strayed on to the tracks. Tho locomotive was derailed, score of pas- sengers were Injured and 20 buffalo were killed. Buffalo arc rnlsetl south of Rome for (heir meat and buffalo milk cheese. HONORED FOR SAVING BROTHER FROM BEAR-Six-year-old Clinton Emery shakes hands with Governor-General Roland Michener during ceremonies in Ottawa where his brother Dwayne, 12, (right) was awarded the Silver Cross for gallantry for sav- ing him from the clutches of a bear by assailing it with stones and shouts. Dwayne, from Swan Hills, Alta., was one of 23 persons decorated for valor.__________________ Reprimand jurors at kidnap trial MONTREAL (CP) Mr. Justice Charles Boel Barbes of Quebec Superior Court dis- missed a jury member from duty in Jacques Rose's kidnap trial Tuesday, and later levied a fine on another prospec- tive jury member for failing to answer a summons to appear in court. eighth ju- ror chosen for the trial in connection with the Octobar, 1970, kidnapping of Pierre Laporte, former Quebec labor minister. Hose's first trial on the kid- napping charge ended May 11 in a hung jury. He also faces a murder charge in Mr. Lap- orte's death. The jury member's dismissal led to a decision by Mr. Justice Barbes that the case will be heard by 11 jurors rather than the customary 12, in accor- dance with a recent amend- ment to the Criminal Code stip- ulating that a jury trial, once started, can proceed with as few as 10 jurors. The judge ruled that a trial is considered to have started as soon as the accused entered his plea, so the dismissed juror cannot be replaced. Rose pleaded not guilty to the charge. The dismissed juror said he had not understood a question asked him by the defence law- yer Robert Lemieux last week. Mr. Justice Barbes adjourned jury selection when a prospec- tive juror, who had been sum- moned to the court, failed to appear. He issued a warrant and police instructed to bring the man before the court. Later, the jury candidate said he thought he had been ex- empted after he explained to a police officer thut he ignored the first summons because "you judge people on legal matters, while I'd be inclined to judge them on moral grounds." Mr. Justice Barbes levied Ilia 525 fine and ordered the man to "remain at the disposition of tie court." Appeals dismissed bv Alberta court Here's list of U.S. governors By THE CANADIAN PRESS Following is the Canadian Press list of state governors elected, with party gain shown unless unchanged (x-in- Bumpers, D. Delaware Sherman W. Tribbitt, D, gain from R. Walker, D, gain from H. R. Bowen, R, Ray, R. B. Docking, D. Bond, R, gain from D. Judge. D. N e w Thomson Jr., R. North Hol- shouser Jr.. R, gain from D. North A. Link, D. Rhode Noel, D. South F. Kr.eip, D. L. Hampton, D. Salmon, D. gain from R. Washington xDaniel J. Evans, R. West J. Moore, R. EDMONTON (CP1 An ap- peal by a man sentenced lo 10 years after RCMP discovered a cache of heroin on a side road was dismissed yester- day in Alberta Supreme Court. The appeal from hv tido F.-ic Hoffman. SO, of Al- bert. Alta.. was dismissed with (be comment that "trafficking iu heroin is a particularly vi- cious crime." Hoffman was sentenced by District Court .Judge R. H. Bcl7il in October on a charge of possession of hvoin for the purpose of trafficking. The RCMP had discovered 4! capsules, and enough powder to mnko 300 more, in a cigarette knfjc on a s'de road of tho The RCMP made the arrest after .seeing Hoffman drive up in a truck and take a cansule from the package. Hoffman told the court he bought five capsule1: for himself and two for friends from a man in the city, who tad told him where to pick them up. F.IUimv CASE Three other appeals were dis- missed yesterday, including one by a 31-year-old Edmonton man sentenced lo three years on two counts of perjury. Eric Edward Wilkinson was sentenced in May in Supreme Court fo- lying under onlh in family court. Defence counsel Neil MncLcan sold Wilkinson was nol a crnfly or cunning man, and tlwt the testi- mony arose from a marilal dis- pute. In dismissing the appeal, the three appellate division judges indicated they felt perjury should he dealt with severely. The maximum penaltv for perjury is 14 years in prison. D1SCIIAHOK GRANTED An absolute discharge was granted a Fort McMirray, Alta.. man who was given a six- month probation order after be- ing convicted on a charge of ihcft over S50 m August. The discharge means William Guy Lyon, charged in connec- tion with a motorbike he bor- rowed from a friend for a trip to Vancouver, not have n criminal record. A successful crown appeal from a six-month sentence given a man convicted of de- frauding an 81-year-old Sedge- wick woman increased t b c man's prison term lo three years. George Alexander Kerr, 65. of Calgary was sentenced in Sep- tember after Iwing found guilly of defrauding the woman of through a land title transfer. The crown argued Tuesday that fraud against an old wom- an which resulted in her losing her life's savings is "a vicious form of crime." and that Kerr's nge and poor health should not be taken iulo neeoiinl. TV de- lervcnt aspect should be of pri- mary consideration, the courl was told Vessel slices bridge BUIiNSWICK, Ga. (AP) At least 10 velu'cles plunged 80 feet flic deep waters of the Brunswick River Tuesday after a lo.idod freighter sliced into a drawbridge. At least five per- sons died and six arc missing. i Two children were among the der.d and another was missing. The refrigerator ship African j Neptune missed Ihc raised I drawspan of the mile-long Sid- j ney Lanicr Bridge Tuesday j night as it headed out of port on a swift outbound tide. Two of the dead and two of the missing wcro members of one Waycross, Ga., family. Among Ibose who escaped death was a honeymooning Pennsylvania couple. The crash downed two spans on the south end of the graceful 16-year-old bridge and badly damaged the prow of the freighter. FIVE .TAILS Tiny Bermuda has five penal Institution.'; housing an average custodial filiation of less than ISO prisoners. SEE THE NEW ARRIVALS Of RECLINERS, SWIVEL ROCKERS VINYLS, VELVETS ALL AT REDUCED NOVEMBER PRICES Christmas isn't far off. A deposit will hold your purchase J PIECE KITCHEN CHROME SUITE A special price on this well-mado 5-pce.- kitchen chrorm suite. Features high finish Rosewood Formica top, folding extension leaf, 4 matching chairs, sturdily made. NOVEMBER SALE, 5 pietes MANY MORE SETS Alt NOVEMBER SALE PRICED BED-CHESTERFIELD SUITES Save on these bed chesterfields. Sealy made. Choice of good fabrics. NOVEMBER SALE LUXURIOUS SIMMONS HIDE-A-BEDS NOVEMIER SALE PRICED A GOOD SELECTION OF 2 PCE. CHESTERFIELD SUITES GOOD VALUES Modern Styles. November Sola Contemporary Style. November Sale INGLIS LIBERATOR GAS DRYER We are repeating our SALE PRICE on theie. NOVEMBER SALE 209.95 SEE THE NEW COOEY CARD TABLE SETS In the newest colors and styles. A SPECIAL FOR NOVEMBER ONLY. THE FAMOUS WHIRLPOOL DISHWASHER A practical and lasting gift. Features: 2 speed Maple wood top 3 cycle push button control Double wall construction Self cleaning fitter Regular Suggested Price 389.95. 359 95 (Color 9.95 Extra) NOVEMBER SALE PRICE CLEARANCE ON 1972 GIBSON REFRIGERATORS All Gibson Frost Clear Refrigerators have a 10-ytar unit warranty. 1 ONLY 15 CU. FT. GIBSON FROST-CLEAR. 2 door white. Mfgrs. List NOVEMBER SALE.................. 1 ONLY 17 CU. FT. GIBSON FROST CLEAR. 2 door. Harvest Gold, left hond opening. Mfgrs. list NOVEMBER SALE 1 ONLY 17 CU. FT. GIBSON FROST CLEAR. 2 door white, deluxe Interior. Slight dent on side of cabinet. Mfgn. Lilt NOVEMBER SALE 1 ONLY 13 CU. FT. 2 door. Harvest Gold. Mfgrs. list NOVEMBER SALE 1 ONLY GIBSON FROST CLEAR. 2 door, 17 cu. ft., Harvest Gold. Mfgn. List NOVEMBER SALE 1972 GIBSON ELECTRIC RANGES CLEARANCE PRICED 1 only Super Deluxe, rotisserie, meat probe, automotic. 30" width, Avocado. Mfgrs. list NOVEMBER SALE I ONLY AUTOMATIC Rotisserie, meat probe. Slightly marked. Avocado. Mfars. list NOVEMBER SALE NOVEMBER Nlore-For-Your MONEY SALE! 542 13th St. North Phone 328-1151 Plenty of free porking on our big paved lol A great opportunity to lave j r nn on furniture ond appliances STORE HOURS: 9-6, Thurs. and Fn. 9-9. during our store-wide salel "THE STORE THAT CARES AFTER THE SALE IS MADE" CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS SPECIAL 3 ROOM GROUP 19 pee. group of quality furniture at a real savingl GROUP FEATURES: 3 piece bedroom suite Serla box spring and mattress 2 Boudoir Lamps 2 piece chesterfield suite All 19 pees, at November Sale Price of I 2 step tables i 1 matching coffee table i 2 table lamps i 5 piece kitchen suite GOOD VALUES ON USED AND ABUSED ITEMS 1 ONLY 3 PCE. KITCHEN SUITE. Oval table (damaged edge) and CA J-A 2 chairs. November Sale, 3 pees......................... J 1 ONLY 7 PCE. CHROME KITCHEN SUITE. (1 chair has slight November Sale, 7 pees........................ 1 ONLY SEALY BED CHESTERFIELD, (rubbed on November Sale 1 ONLY BEAUTIFUL SPANISH OAK BEDROOM SUITE. (Slightly twin mirror triple dresser door chest, 54-60" headboard. Save November Sale 1 ONLY USED MAGIC CHEF 36" CAS RANGE. Clean. November Sale.................................. 184.50 1 ONLY USED 30" TAPPAN ELECTRIC RANGE. November Sale 1 ONLY SEALY PRESTIGE POSTUREPEDIC UNIT Sugg, list 259.90 unit. November Sale 1 ONLY USED DRESSER AND BOOKCASE HEADBOARD November Sale, 2 pees............................. 1 ONLY USED TV CONSOLE. November Sale.................................... 1 ONLY USED McCLARY TWIN TUB SPIN WASHER. November Sale 1 ONLY 5.5 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR. Suitable for family room bar. (Slight Sugg, list November Sole............ 1 ONLY USED 4'0" METAL BED, SPRING AND MATTRESS. NOVEMBER SALE 29.50 29.50 FLOOR SAMPLE BOX SPRING and MATTRESS UNITS 1 only Sealy Budget Quilt Urrit. 4'0" November PA CA Sal. J7.3U 1 only Storogo Chest-Bench, vinyl top. an CA November Salo 1 only Serta unit. 3'3" November Sola 1 only Scaly Imperial Poslurepedic Unit. Eugg. list 239.90 (J-nAA unit. November Sale, unit ;