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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THI IfTHBRIDOl HERALD Wfdn.idciy, Nov.mlm 1 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS 1 _ i Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, J.'n Meinoriauis 70 GARDENING 'I ODD JOBS DONt: pr-o" nt-im or JH.J43S. I DEATHS IN MEMORiAMS r-RIERS 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES KAKBITS'FOR SALE PMON HEDSE TRIMMING liee primlns S7 years of Coaldale. UC- >nd _ husband of Mrs. Tina i YARD "CLEAN UP. K o o p. Funeral arrangements or will be announced when ion! WELL RoriED M4NU- Maclin Bros, l.ld Pi Half prh. .vnile it linn. PIOTie funeral uiio 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES KHSAK .Monday, 16, 1970, Henry, aged 66 saiGrdsv vears beloved husband of Mi s rorsvm. WIIM. -1 Vulcan. Born al FRIERS AMD ROASTING CHICKENS hHi. j sak came to the Champion dis-, m.iin Ovrt, COJld.le. PI-oM (lid ill 191X moving to iii lit.sn. Member of n B Church. Vulcan. Besides his loving wife Mary, be K vivcd hv three daughters Mi" Kdward't Edith) Repp. Calgaii Mrs. Harold (Viola) Marsh-1 man, Noblefonl and Mrs. Ken- neth CMarjorie) Hendry Cal one son, Calvin. Part ONE OLD REGISTERED for >ale. Phone 653-J209. Tight money over maintains Benson i BUKNABY, B.C. (API H- was prepared to use dras- inance Minister ICdgar Benson I Uc tools lo bring it under con- I said Tuesday thai the period o! Irol, lie said, tight money lias ended in Can- Due would be ronlroi of con- adn. sumer credit and Ihe other, as a He told the Buniaby Chamber shorl-term would be of Commerce: prices and income control. "I have been informed by the I "We've looked al a method of governor of Ihe Bank ol Canada j price and income control which thai the banking system is liq- uid enough now to accommo- would not require an aclminis- trative staff of to 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ____. ville. B.C.; 12 grandchildren: BEAUTY SALON, p sTc E o FOR two sisters, Jlrs. Berlha Har oulck BOX jo, lung and Mrs. J. (Maryi Jiai lung hoih of Calgary; two DAIRY BAR AND SHORT ORDER bj Conrad Lebsak and iS Charles Lebsak, both of Cal- I gary. Predeceased by his par- JOCKEY cuts and two Bisters. Services Church. Vulcan, Thurs- schooi a Broadcasting. at p.m., the Reverend c Rahn and jjgy lM Heebner Wayne Anderson Agencies i 0 f f i c i a I i n g. Vulcan Funer- 1QC Professional Bldg. Home. in charge oi arrange- Phone 327-6244 imenls' ln llc" Phone desire. donations may Well MiahHshed grocery store a n d made (0 the EUB e. FXCLU m .lite Fund, 01 21! on main street, WVerton Full price tentl good farms snsi ranches. Evenings Phone Frrnt 3Z7-7773 327-735J John, passed awav in Lelhbridge on Sunday, November 35, 1970, aL the age of m years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Lydia Kovacs, of_ 17th St. S, Mr. Kovacs came to Raymond in 1927. moved to Hardieville in and settled in Shaughnessy where he farmed until retiring to Lethbridge in 1952. He was s member of the Bethlen Hungarian Presbvterian Church and of Ihe Lethbridge Hungarian Old Timers Club. Left: to mourn his passing are three daughters, Mrs. Steve (Margaret Ma rkiis. M rs. I Lydia) Toth, and Mrs. Kose Melnyk aJI of Lethbridge; four sons, John of Coaklale and Joe, Sieve and Andrew all of Lelh-faridge and 15 grandchildren. Fimeral services will be in the Bethlen Hungarian Presbyterian Church on Wednesdav, November 18th, 1970 at p.m.. with Hev. K. C. Doka of- j fieiadng. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers were held in the Christensen j Chapel on Tuesday, November 17th at 7: 3d p.m. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service CI2J2 T4 IOAHS CUSTOM FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS FOR ESTIMATES CALL 32fl-IS72 OS 327-32S.1. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LiMlTED ESTABLISHED Coilega Mall Phone 33S-3331 Rftildenliai, Commercial properf e s. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest fmeres! rates available. First THE PEOPL.H AT NIAGARA -Really how to handle ysur monty rpouiremaMi. Expert appraisal insures you'll receive maximum mortgage financing _ n iavpuraWe sofld'allM VlMn. Group Insurance available. No fuss, no delay. Cal! NIAGARA COMPANIES 2, 42i 7th St. 75 BORGS 133? ST. N. BUanri reo'fllrs. PhffliB 327-3719. GARASE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Andtrson' and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phoni 327-65B2. CONCRETE WORK Stsps. retaining I NN VN -Tn loung mem orv of our dear daughter and sister. Bonnie Lee. who passed awav suddenly November J8, A cluster of beautiful meH'ioiies Sprinkled wii.ii a million (ears. Wishing Cod had spared you, Just a few mere years, Jn our hearts your memory lingers Always tender, fond and true There's not a day goes by dear Bonnie, We do not think of you. We laugh, we smile, we play (he part. But behind it all lies a broken remembered, sad- ly missed by your mom and dad Timmv and Wayne. 9981 date all justifiable loans that i new civil servants and with hou- uiay be brought forth to the; sewives reporting daily price banking system. changes of the supermarkets, he "There 'is no tight, money in said. anada al the present time." "I think we may find it a tool Mr. Benson said Canada lias which would be useful for a been more successful in control-; short period of time. Bui only if j ling inflation than other eoun-! it becomes necessary." j tries, but wartrat that things must move slowly and with care to avoid setting off another in-; 13., flalionary .spiral. j J. U .1 ell 1.1 He said Ihe country has been moving steadily toward an eas- ing o( fiscal policy and he is SC.11C1 optimistic about next year's economy. He said a rise in the i economy during the first bait of f JJJ fl 1071 would level to a steady 2'2 to J per cent rate of growth, C1TY _ Paul called on the world j today Jo come lo Lhe aid of EasL at his weekly gen- mem- ory of a dear niece and grand- daughter, Bonnie Lee, who pass- ed away suddenly November 18, 1966. Somewhere beyond the sunset where loveliness never dies. U.e JAUIUdil a TAX" REFORM IN SPUING i financial and relief aid to the I The finance minister said he j disaster areas. expects tax reform legislation to .speaking be brought down in the spring. eral audience in St. Peter's Ha- His white paper on taxation, silica, ihe Pope offered financial released a year ago. was de- i assistance from the Vatican, signed lo trigger public reac- i and U'al- tlle international I tion, Mr. Benson said The reac-1 relief organization Caritas anc! tion. ii-cluding reports by two i other Catholic institutions will parliamentary committees and i join in relief work. more than 15.000 briefs and lel- j ters from across Canada, was almost exactly as he expected. Mr. Benson said it was en- coin-aging lo see an increase in j export sales to the Common Market. lOStS SI" lit "This augurs well for the fil- lure when Britain joins the mar-1 f i ket and Canada loses the pro-, O.I. HIS CVC tection of the preferential tariff' with the United Kingdom. I'm CAUSARY (CP) Constable pleased also to notice that man-1 Werner Richter '30. seriously ufactured goods now make up I during a gunbattle on Constable consullanl She dwells in a beautiful FllflftrflT garden 'neath ihe blue and gold of Ihe skies. We who have known and loved her, whose parting brought great pain, Will treasure her memory forever, imtil we meet again. remembered and sadly missed by Aunty Ann, Uncle Bill and Tommy (Ed- Aunt .lulie, Uncle Floyd, Danny, Gordie and Robbie Aunt Lilly, Uncle Mike and San- dra; Aunt Elma, Uncle Joe, David, Cathy. Ricky and Jo-Anne Grandpa and Grandma Boyda (Tor- M82 HORSE SHOW ENTHUSIASTS Exhibiting the normal teen-age oppeliles, Caroline per cent of total Canadian; Kennedy ond a friend prepare, for the long day at ihe National Horse Show in New York, exports." sjghl jeft eye_ jj, was The dauahler of Ihe late President John F. Kennedy is on avid follower of horses. In the event of future rtina- j way inflation, Ihe government' He was shot twice al i range while investigating a re- !.port of a family quarrel in a northwest Calgary home which resulted m the deaths of two i people. I James Graham, 21. of Cal- gary was charged with two I counts of non-capital murder in j Ihe shotgun shooting of his BO- EDMONTON (CP) Fuller- j year-old mother, Mickey, and al services were held here for j his 27-year-old brother, Gerry. Norman Salisbury Edgar, 56, a; James, in serious condition prominent mining consultant i jn Calgary hospital, was also who helped develop the most charged with attempted mur- norlherly silver mine in Can- j fjet- jn the shooting of the con- jda. I stable, who also suffered FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, nld basements dug, water proofing. In- Air Canada is sliort on planes Jn loving mem- orv of a dear father, Howard CARDS OF THANKS away No' Mr. Edgar died after suffer- j wounds to his head and legs. ing a heart attack. j He had been active in mining ventures across Canada since his graduation from Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., in i 1939 with a degree in mining engineering. i Jn 3962 he formed Northwest .Explorers Lid. and helped de- j jvelop Echo Bay mine of which fj.01' was president and director" 1 at the lime of his death. Cultural values vital Cadieux tells seminar NEW YORK (CP) The Ca-1 The ambassador, who cropha- nadian ambassador to the U.S.! sized he was speaking person- said Tuesday night that Canatli- j ally and not as a representative ans are determined to preserve) of the government, said Canada and enrich their distinctive so- is in a new phase of establishing cial and cultural values. the conditions which will best rosecutor death Marcel Cadieux told a Canadi- i support a stale that is neither an-American audience that Ca- homogeneous in language ana nadians will not accept the the- culture nor unitary in political I sis that the forces of continental structures, i integration ''are so overwhelm- French-speaking i ing that we will have to accept i are concerned that their institu- relatively painless loss of inde- i tibns should correspond to eon- urges pendence. temporary values that their We have even1 intention of culture "should not suffer as- ensuring that what we do have, j phyxiation amid so many Eng- of English and a reasonable cul- tural homogeneity; in the pre- dominantly French-speaking areas tiiey will have to accom- modate themselves lo different conditions. Two panel discussions were held Tuesday: one on defence policies and Ihe other on eco- nomics. Canadians I Melville Watkins. professor political economy at the Univer- siiy of Toronto, said American i n v e s t m e n t in Canada has turned the economy into a plant." In the defence panel, James THE IMTI.K ItlVEn BRANCH OF TIFE LDS Would like to thank sincerely all the people who helped in anvway, and those who attended their Fall Supper and Bake and Can- dy Sale. Saturday, November 14. 9977 MONTREAL fCPl I.ACKBXBY I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks and ap- preciation to the friends, rela- Air Can- j cards ol His weary hours and days of pain His troubled nights, are past, And in our aching hearts, we know He has found sweet rest, at last remembered by his family. Bob and Mwricl and Hpirold and Laureen. 9954 we will preserve and i ]ish-speaking people on the he said. The mood of Canada is tinent." Kayrs, professor o{ political in- such that any extra costs and 1 "The insistence by French- Lemational relations at the um- rORT BENN1NG. Ga. (CP) I difficulties required to ensure j speaking Canadians on new and The prosecutor at the murder j survival undoubtedly will be ac-1 tetter conditions for their eorpo- Pattern 7032 ada said Tuesday it has celled a series of charter nights way' durjllg mlr recent bfr from Montreal and Toronto to j ,-eavement. Special (hanks to Cuba due to a lack of planes for ;the Martin Bros. Caribbean service. Funeral Home fov their assis- A spokesman for the airline (ance said 15 flights chartered by Uni- _.j-irs. Bora I jckenby. tours (Canada) Ltd.. a Toronto- W7f> based travel agency, have been postponed indel'imlely because heavy winter scheduling in the UCIUODIAU Caribbean was taxing Air Can- IN MtMORIAM ada's fleet to the maximum. The flights were arranged last summer, he said, and were scheduled to begin today. In Ottawa. Transport Minister Don Jarnieson said in the Com- mons that hr had mil put pres- sure, on the airline to cancel the flights. He rcas replying Hi -Stanley Knowles, NDP house leader, who asked if Ihere hud been interference by ihe transport department. (ihuiT-li official runs as Torv I'AI.AIKli In loving mem- ory of a dear friend, Howard Palmer, w-ho passed away No- vember 18. 1969. Treastire him. Lord, in your garden of rest. For when on earth he one of Use best. lover remembered by Bill and fiortha. Mill KDMONTU.V 'Cl'. Diivp King. for M ihe FCdmonlon C D H n c i I of i; Churches, was c-iiosrn yeMer- H day lo t-oiiiesl Kdinonion High- lands Asr Hie Pro gi'essive Cnnsn-vanyr in Ihe next Alberta genera! t-lcc- lion. Mr. King wa.s unoppnxMl. llighhinds is ;i nihnf; lonnoi! ulirii the prosciii K'hnmthm ''CIIIM riding in iuil.'. Airline workrr.s rlianno soles KI.'ALA Lt'MFl.'ll >AP- More than 509 employees of Ma- lavsia-Singapore Airlines bave been wearing noisv. Mrled sandal.' to uurk since On. protest alleged delays by tiie airiine in wage -s. the uorkers iml Ulcir leather on again. Their union pre.sifienl said act: iuy Labor Minister l.cc San Choon told them they were giv- ing Malavsia a bad image in the eves (if toili'iHs He snid he !u speed up ujigc PALMEH In loving mem- ory of my clear husband. Howard Palmer, who passed away vembcr IE, One long and lonely year lias passed Smee my great sorrow The .shock (hat I received ilul clay No one can ever tell. You suffered much in .siicnce, Your spirit did not bond, You faced your pain with courage Until the very end. It, broke my heart to lose von But you fiiri not go alone. For part of me went wifii you. Thai day God called you home. rememrmred. 3 n d missed bv his wife. Brtty. lit loving mem- my of a tfear father, Howard Palmer, who passed away vember 18, 19G9. The things I feel most dcojjly Are the hardest things In say, Bui dad. you know how much I love you In inv own There was life itt you did To make my life worihwhiie. 1 could fill'! slrengih I Dial of Lieut. William L. Galley told a jury of six army officers here that Galley ordered and participated in the exeeation of "unarmed men, women and children" at tire South Vietnarn- e.so village of My Lai on March 16. 1968. In his opening statement at the trial of Galley, Capt. Aubrey j M, Daniel told the court-martial jury that Calley ordered enl- j isted men tinder his command t to gather up civilians in the vil- lage and "Kill 'em. Waste 'cm." ".Some tried to run. They didn't make it. They were shot down dead in cold blood on that j Daniel declared, I The e a r -o 1 o' pro.seculor i asked the board to return a ver- diet of guilty against Calley, i v.'ho is charged with the pre- i mediiaied murder of 102 civil- ians at May Lai. A conviction thy charges could result in a penalty of death by hanging. cepted. Cadieux was fl rale existence within the coun- try luio tile effect of making Boland Memorial Lecture at the j most English-speaking Canadi- 12lh annual seminar on Canadi-. ans assess again their own con- an-Americaii relations s p o n- cepts of national life." sored by the University of Wind- sor, Ont, and Columbia Univer- sity here. The theme of this The social and political fer- ment in Canada, he said, "has alerted us particularly to the vear's seminar is Canada: The! problem of foreign investment; Unknown Neighbor. It is being i in other parts of the country Held for the first time in the companies from the United licld United States. States can benefit from the use versity of Toronto, said he be- lieves Canada can have a "free ride" in defence and that United Slates would come to Canada's defence whether or not there were defence-sharing treaties. He said the long-term poliw of Canada should he to get. Mil of these treaties. He asserted that the danger to Canada is not from the Russians coming over the North Pole but from south of the border. Aerospace industr requires assistance Kidney disease lor sr.n said thai this involve- There also was general agree-; plane components. With this in i menl miglil lahe ihe form of an I mcnt on Ihe .iced to spccialixc. mind, 'we must look partnership be-! Dudley. Taylor, president of j m alliance with a good for biologist for the death of more Creative inter- land-landing op-1 Canada. than 100 California sea lions oowrnmcnt ami I crate between heavily-populated j This was why il was Impor- (.Voclicl two sw-ingy, scallop- along the Pacific Coasi. industry." he said' in a panel' city centres. Canada is seen as lanl for Canada, whose industry hem skirts in no time! Biologist Richard C. Huhbard QUICK CROCHET props leplospirosis, caused by a tops mom ami daughter or j micro-organism altacking kid- I nev functions, has never before at Ihe annual Cana-1 a leader in (his as-yet undefined Aeronaulirs and Space I field with planes under develop- was basically foreign-owned, in maintain good relations with Congress meeting. ment by Canadair Ltd. in Mont- j parent so as not OnVfe'iiid of'govMiunfiit help (real and olo llavilland of To- suffer a ileterioralion in its oul- liic amount of DDT i in c s r c a s s e .s varied 1 could example, a small coiin- The Science Council of Can- try w.-.nis to buy one of our ada has prepared a study rec- but in liini wants a mar- ommcnding thai, govenimcnl. widely but was no factor in Ihe j ket for some of iis wines." he industry and the iiuivcrsilic.s said. "Then Ihe Canadian gov-' combine lo develop slid) air- ilubbard lold a news confer-1 ernincnl. should gci in touch craft and Ihe assncialcd ground cure nothing can be done nbout I wilh its liquor boards In see) installations, the current epidemic among the j that those wines are imporlecl." WAK.M.NG sea lions, now at, a cyclical pop-' CAXAOA N'fif At.ONK iiinh'in peak aliintl Ihe The grmip gitncriiliv at-'l'Cfl Deaths Yesterday Uy TSiK CANADIAN I'KIiSS Pilon, :i'i, Liberal Ml' for Chambly, of a .1. L. llMTison, nn air division allack. orlh Aiiicriran snooker cbam- rhief in tl'e drparimen! of in- Jicro.spat'e industry cautioned that it would be since HH7, of A stroko. ;