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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ._.......................... Births, Deaths, In Memoriams DEATH DEATH DEATHS DEATHS LEAVITT Rex Delton, of Cardston, Alberta, passed away suddenly, September 10, 1974 at the age of 53 years. He was born in Lethbridge July 27, 1921 and was raised in the Kimball area. As a young man he had a great interest in horses and was a jockey for 15 years. Mr. Leavitt resided in Cardston at the time of his passing. He leaves to mourn his passing three children, Linda. Rex and Connie of Georgetown. Ontario; five brothers. Keith of Leavitt, Garth of Sandy, Utah, Gordon of Georgetown, Ontario, Jerry of Calgary, and Blake of Orangeville, Ontario. Also four sisters, Mrs. Roland (Zola) Herr of Cardston, Mrs. Rusell (Opal) Hendry of Calgary. Mrs. Roy (Colleen) Rowland and also of Calgary and Mrs. Nina Miller of Saskatoon. He was predeceas- ed by one daughter, Sharon and a brother. Max. Funeral services will be held Thurs- day. September 12, 1974 at 1 p.m. in the Leavitt L.D.S. Church, with Bishop Chester Wallburger officiating. Inter- ment will be in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects in the Relief Society Room of the church from 12 o'clock p.m. until prior to the funeral service. SALMON FUNERAL HOME, CARDSTON LTD., is in charge of funeral arrangements. C1840 STEWART Passed away in the city on Tuesday, September 10, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr. John (Harold) Stewart at the age oi 75 years of 1102 13th Ave. N., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Myrtle Stewart. Born, raised and educated in Holland, Manitoba, the late Mr. Stewart came to Lethbridge with his family in 1948 and had resided here until his passing. He was a member of the Eiks Club. He is surviv- ed by two sons, Mr. Walter Stewart and Mr. Carleton Stewart, both of Lethbridge; two daughters, Mrs. P. (Helen) Doubinin and Mrs. Ken (Doreen) Heaton, both of Lethbridge; thirteen grandchildren; two great- granddaughters; two sisters, Mrs. Irene Purvis, of Treherne, Man., Mrs. W. (Ed- na) Millar of Winnipeg, Man. He was predeceased by his wife on August 24, 1974. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, September 13, 1974, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may donate to the Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases Association, 415 Canada Trust Bldg. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C1844 DAWSON Passed away in the city on Sunday, September 8. 1974, following a brief ill- ness, Mr. Addison Carl Dawson at the age of 84 years of 422 9th St. S. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Thursday, September 12, 1974, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Captain Ron Butcher officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1842 GALLANT Passed away in the city on Monday, September 9, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Albert Oliver (Arthur) Gallant, beloved husband of Mrs. Doreen Gallant of 1214 6th St. N. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Wednesday September 11, 1974, in St. Basil's Catholic Church. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Thursday, September 12, 1974 in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Sec- tion. Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Foundation, Mrs. M. N. Wray. 1705 15th St. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1843 WRIGHT Robert, passed away in Cardston on Monday, September 9th, 1974 at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Leatha Wright of Cardston. Funeral services will be held in the Cardston Alberta Stake Chapel on Thursday, September 12th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Don Shaw officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Socie- ty Room of the church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C1839 BAND Passed away in Vancouver, B.C. on Sunday, September 8, 1974 following a brief illness, Constable James Thomas Sefton Band of the RCM Police at the age of 23 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Colleen M. Band (nee Wince) of Powell River, B.C. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, September 13, 1974 in St. Augustine's Anglican Church in Lethbridge, with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Flowers gratefully declined. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1845 DEATHS HI.NMAN Susan, passed away in Cardston at the age of 97 years. Funeral services will be announced when com- pleted. SALMON FUNERAL HOME. CARDSTON, LTD., Directors of Funeral Services. C1841 WYRICK September 7, 1974, John Eirizly Wyrick, aged 61 years of High River and Milo districts. Services United Church, Vulcan, Wednesday at a.m.. Rev. Wifliam Julian of- ficiating. Interment, Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C1838 IN MEMORIAM SERA In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Frank Sera, who passed away September 11, 1968. A wonderful father laid to rest, For each of us he did his best. His place on earth, no one can fill. We miss you. dad, and always will. remembered and sadly missed by daughter Ann, Steve and family. 1490 WAGES UP OTTAWA (CP> Federal government data processors "have been awarded pay in- creases of between eight and nine per cent retroactive to September, 1973, in a 28- month contract. SHOP OUR Crop offood Values WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 12, 13, 14, 74 Palm, plastic gallon ICE CREAM LUNCHEON MEAT FANCY PEAS SHREDDIES SPAGHETTI SAUCE Chuckwagon Dinner ST. RICE N' EASYsisrrI05 BITQ Dog Food 39 Ctfl I W Dr.BallarcTs5lb.pkg.............. I UY SNO-GAP HASH BROWNS BOSTON BLUE FISH FILLETS FRENCH TOAST Ant MM 9 oz. pkg. 79 49 KRAFT PAST. PROCESS CHEESE in, PILLSBURY CRESCENT DAI I C ICULLO BLUE BONNET MARGARINE 3.1 KOZY KITTY CAT LITTER 10 ib. 79 CAVALIER LIQUID DETERGENT 32 or 79 CALGON BOUQUET EX BOUTIQUE TOWELS DELSEY BOUTIQUE TISSUE Bathroom 2 rack CANADA MAC APPLES c.m GREEK GRAPES 39 129 UTATOES 25 THERE'S MORE TO EAT IN OUR CANADA'A'GRADE KEF ROUND STEAK CANADA'A'GRADE RUMP ROAST 135 ..............................n. I 135 I BEEF LIVER TUBKEYS SAUSAGES Canpfiri Port .......................Ib. COLD SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S Finest Quality Meats Cut to Your Requirements 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 dtftrtrry on larga Store Monday, Tueaday and Saturday 9 a.m. Jo 6 Thoraday an am lo IN MEMORIAM SERA, Frank In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather who passed away September 11, 1968. Six years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay, A million words cannot express. Our heartache, sadness, and loneliness. remembered and sadly missed by Ethel, Steve and Families. 1491 Man waited year for new trial A 19 year old Lethbridge man walked out of Supreme Court Tuesday a free man after spending almost a year in jail waiting for a new trial on a drug trafficking charge., "I am warning you never again to become involved with drugs, directly or indirectly. If you are caught again you will be dealt with very Mr. Justice W. K. Moore told Lawrence John McDougall. In September, 1973, the ac- cused was charged on two counts of trafficking in the drug MDA. He was later sentenced to four years in prison but made an appeal to the Appellate Division of the Alberta Supreme Court. McDougall won the appeal for a new trial but spent 11 and a half months in prison on remands. When McDougall appeared in Supreme Court Tuesday he pleaded guilty to the charges. Mr. Justice Moore said he felt McDougall had spent enough time in jail because facilities available for regular prisoners are not available for remand prisoners. He sentenced the accused to time already spent in custody. Cement price still firm Thare have been no ex- cessive increases in the price of cement in Alberta due to the recent shortage, a Depart- ment of Consumer Affairs of- ficial said Monday. The two major suppliers, Inland Cement and Canada Cement, have been bringing cement in from outside the province at their own cost, said George Blochert. The shortage was caused by a 20 per cent increase in demand, compared with a normal three per cent, he added. The situation parallels the energy crisis and other resource problems, said Mr. Blochert. It will not be resolv- ed quickly. Both suppliers are ex- panding production facilities, and allocating supplies to customers on the basis of previous orders. Furnace replacement assisted The provincial government will provide two separate schools with just over to replace old furnaces this year, a meeting of the school board will be told today. The financial assistance is being provided to the schools under the department of education's school building restoration program that was introduced last spring. The special government funds will finance of the cost of replacing 10 classroom furnaces in St. Patrick's School and of the cost of replacing four furnaces in the St. Marv's School. The school board will have to pick up the tab for the difference between the government grants and the ac- tual cost of replacing the heating units. Texaco suit dismissed CALGARY A law- suit to prevent Texaco Canada Lid from using advertising slogans relating to its concern lor customers has been lost in Alberta Supreme Court. The action, also seeking in general damages and SSfl.OOO in punitive damages, was initiated by Joan M. Rjley. wife of Former Alberta Supreme Court Justice H. W. Rilcv Naughty Liberal MLAs back in Quebec caucus QUEBEC (CP) George Springate and John Ciaccia, the two Liberal members of the Quebec national assembly suspended from caucus for voting against the government's official language bill, were rein- stated Tuesday. Suspensions imposed on the two members July 31 by Pre- mier Robert Bourassa were lifted after the caucus and the Quebec Liberal party superior council studied the case, the premier told a news conference. "When they voted against the bill it was normal to do what I did because there was no free vote on the Mr. Bourassa said. But after "relatively long" discussion at caucus and the superior council "we came to the conclusion that there should be no suspensions." Mr. Bourassa denied that the absolution given the two rebel members would set a precedent in the Liberal caucus and rejected a sugges- tion that the suspensions were lifted for fear of an English backlash, especially in light of the Liberal defeat at the hands of the Union Nationale in an Aug. 28 byelection. Ford proposal to boost Nixon funds WASHINGTON (AP) The Ford administration proposes to combine the benefits of two separate laws in order to provide Richard Nixon more than twice the funds Lyndon Johnson received for his period of transition to private life from president, govern- ment records show. Arthur Sampson, head of the General Services Adminis- tration is to defend the Nixon budget proposal before a Senate appropriations committee today. GSA figures obtained from congressional sources show that the Nixon budget for his first 10 months out of office compares with a total of million spent for Johnson, his immediate predecessor, dur- ing the four years Johnson liv- ed after retiring as president. Of that total, Johnson re- ceived about for transition expenses and 000 in pension funds during his first 17 months out of office. The presidential pension has since been increased to annually. The Nixon proposal, worked out by Nixon aides and Samp- son in an unannounced meeting in San Clemente, Calif., immediately after the resignation, would take full advantage of both the Former Presidents Act of 1958 and the Presidential Transition Act of 1963. The transition act provides a former president with up to for office, staff and other benefits during his first six months out of office. The Former Presidents Act provides for a pension, to begin immediately after a president leaves office, plus up to for staff salaries and "suitable office space, appropriately equipped" to begin at the end of the transi- tion period. The Nixon proposal would extend the transition period to more than 10 months, ending June 30, 1975, the end of the current fiscal year. At the same time, Nixon would be receiving in pension, staff salaries and other benefits under the Former Presidents Act. Senator Joseph Montoya (Dem. whose appropriations subcommittee takes up the measure today, questioned the Nixon proposal in a statement Tuesday. "Even considering he said, "these figures make it obvious that in appropriating the amount re- quested we would be approving a new level of spending which would be open to question as to com- patibility with historical record and with the intent of Congress." Unif arm leader raps Plumptre EDMONTON (CP> Beryl Plumptre, chairman of the food prices review board, is either badly misinformed about egg production and marketing or has deliberately allowed misconception and distortion to focus attention on her role as the food con- sumers' watch-dog. Dobson Lea. president of Alberta's Unifarm said today. Mr. Lea, in a news release, said Mrs. Plumptre's statements about the burden placed on consumers and tax- payers by the destruction of eggs gone bad in storage were "inflamatory and mis- leading." "Her statements also en- couraged other self-styled ex- perts to speculate wildly on how many needy people's lives would have been brightened all over the world if the eggs had been dis- tributed to them." He said Mrs. Plumptre chose to ignore that the loss represented only a fraction of an egg for each Canadian. Spoilage of any food product is regrettable, but this particular loss, although easier to comprehend, hardly compares with losses, including food, incurred through work stoppages amounting to 5.3 million man- days in 1973." Mr. Lea said concern for the needy was important but "the cost of feeding the needy can- not be born by primary food producers alone as current opinion seems to suggest." The Unifarm president re- jected Mrs. Plumptce's contention that consumers have been paying too much for eggs and that, as taxpayers, they will have to pay for the spoiled eggs. Sears CORRECTION In our Sears Days 12 Page Flyer which was included in Tuesday, September 10th, Lethbridge Herald, the following items should have read ONPAQE1 Sport Socks Reg. pair Ortcfi acrylic nyion Wenrt sock has cuSMcmefl tool Lycra teg Comes WMJe nWi Woe swpe and White and red Strip? AND ON PAGE Save Etogantfy Stytod Tub Chair 109 Designed lor oomptamwus ridh Shade goto vertvefl Comfy. padded seat end with no-sag spring con. sirucJwn. 3V loam cushion, quilted 4S033. AND ON PAGE 11 Save on Datum Aquarium KH 47 15 gal defence aqwartum Ml ctear pcfllsfried glass dynsflo fitter Woss, dhsrcwfl automate tiwfler. Thermometer ana 2-JlgM 24x12x1ST