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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE Britain investigating S. African arms deal Bridge results LONDON (AP) The foreign office announced to- day Britain is investigating reports that the Arab kingdom of Jordan has secretly sold British planes, tanks and mis- siles to South Africa and Rhodesia. Official sources also said Prime Minister Harold Wilson warned Jordan's King Hussein Monday Britain would take a serious view if the investiga- tions prove the reports of the arms sales to be correct. Britain's Labor government maintains a total embargo on military sales to the apartheid state of South Africa. It also observes a United Nations embargo on all trade with the rebel colony of Rhodesia which seized its independence in 1965. A foreign office spokesman told reporters that the British investigations relate two separate transactions alleged to have been concluded by Jordan with South Africa and Rhodesia. In the first transaction, the Arab kingdom was said to have signed a contract last May providing for the sale of 100 British-built Hawker Hunter jets to South Africa. The South Africans were then to have transferred these air- planes to Rhodesia. In the second transaction Jordan was said to have arranged secretly to supply South Africa with a sophisticated British missile system and nearly 50 British- built Centurion tanks. "We are extremely disturb- ed by these the foreign office statement said. "We are investigating them further and have taken the matter up with the Jordanian government." Blakeney denies remarks REGINA (CP) Premier Allan Blakeney has denied re- marks attributed to him say- ing that pressure on the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool to end the grain handlers dispute on the West Coast is part of a concerted attack on the system of orderly grain marketing. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. August N S 1. Robert Santa, Mark Yoshihara; 2. Wilma Winter. Oeorge Santa; 3 George Roberts. Charlie Roberts. E.W. 1. Tony Kireef, Dan Jurisich: 2. David Miron. H C. Ko; 3. Mary Wobick. Doris Cranston. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. August 14 Section A N.S. 1. Richard Spackman. Charlie Roberts: 2. W J. Ellert, R. J. Thielen; 3. J. C. Landeryou, M. J. Grant. E.W. 1. Isobel Wright, Willa Waters; 2. Byron Nilsson, victoria Stori; 3. Mike Grisak. Betty Palmer. Section B N.S. 1. Robert Santa. Mark Yoshihara; 2. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson; 3. Betty Landeryou, Laverne Roberts. E.W. 1. D. E Michaelis. Bill Zumstem; 2. Bill Loewen. Irvin Quan; 3. Norman Hall. Bill Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. August 21 N.S. 1. Myrna MeDonnel, Mary Ainscough: 2. E. C. Goodman, Byron Nilsson: 3. R. J. Thielen. W. J. Ellert. E W 1. Pauline McLean, Helen Foss: 2 Tony Kireef. Dan Jurisich; 3. Peg McCann. Mike Grisak. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. August 28 1 and 2 tied Mark Yoshihara, Robert Santa with Gloria Hummel. Bjorg Jurkovich; 3. Elmer Culler, Isobel Johnson: 4. D. E. Michaelis, Bill Zumstein: 5 Edythe Anderson, George Santa. Thursday Night D.B.C. August 29 N.S. 1. Bjorg Jurkovich, Charlie Roberts: 2. Byron Nilsson, Garth Pilling; 3. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Waters. E.W. 1. D. E. Michaelis, Bill Zumstein: 2. Mary Wobich, Bill Daniel: 3. Hank Tarns. Miriam Santa. Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.C., Sept. 4 1. Verla Martin, Harriet Nilsson; 2. Audrey Ruddell, Jean Ringland: 3. Mary Rath, Marie Phaff. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C., Sept. 4 N.S. 1. Robert Santa, Mark Yoshihara: 2 Willa Waters, M. J. Grant; 3. B. C. Evans. W. D. Daniel. E W. 1. Tony Kireef, H. C. Ko; 2. Allan Roberts. E. V. Langford; 3.0. B. Bentsen, Bill Zumstein. Thursday Night D.B.C., Sept. 5 N.S. 1 Gloria Hummel, Bjorg Jurko- vich; 2. J C. Landeryou, M. J. Grant; 3. Isobel Wright, Louine Smith. E.W. 1. Mr and Mrs. Byron Nilsson; 2 Richard Spackman, Charlie Roberts. 3. Mary Wobick, W. D. Daniel. Friday Night D.B.C., Sept. 6 N S 1 Ena Turner, Helen Foss; 2. Pauline McLean, Muriel Barrow: 3 and 4 tied Willa Waters, Isobel Wright with Isobel Johnson and M. J. E.W. 1 D. E. Michaelis, Bill Zumstein; 2. Wayne and Wilma Winter; 3. Keith Matthews. W. D. Daniel. Vietnamese generals dismissed SAIGON (AP) President Nguyen Van Thieu has dis- missed two former division commanders from the army for alleged corruption and stripped them of their rank of brigadier general, military sources said today. The government is in- vestigating charges of "mis- management" against the two, Le Van Tu and Tran Quoc Lich, the sources said. Sears ears ys 3 days only... cash in on great savings. Discover hundreds of bargains! Don't delay. Digi-Matic M8-2 Full memory function and keyboard. Automatic key. Powered by re- chargeable ni-cad batteries with 8- hr. portable use. Recharges in 12 hrs. 03R 041 019. Digi-Matic E-8 Desk calculator with 8-digit display. 5 functions Floating decimal. Automatic constant for mul- tiplication or division. 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C1881 DEATHS HAGA Wednesday, September 11, 1974, Joseph Haga, aged 83 years, Vulcan, passed away suddenly at Vulcan. Born in Northwood, North Dakota, he came to the Vulcan district in 1915. Ser- vices at the Church of Christ, Vulcan, Saturday, September 14 at p.m., the Rev. R. S. Pelham officiating. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C1876 Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Enjoy rt ncrwl Use your M Purpose Account. At Simpsons-Sears yew get the finest guarantee. Store Hours: Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Fnday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mail. Telephone 328-9231 RUDOLPH Passed away suddenly in Magrath on Tues- day, September 10, 1974, Mr. Helmut Rudolph at the age of 55 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rosemarie Rudolph of 617 31st St. S. Born and raised in Germany, the late Mr. Rudolph came to Canada in 1951 to Edmonton. He moved to Victoria, B.C. in 1962 and in 1970 to Lethbridge where he had resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two daughters, Miss Marita Rudolph of Oshawa, Ontario, and Miss Karin Rudolph of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at a.m. on Friday, September in Seventh Day Adventist Church, 2606 16th Ave. S., with Pastor Ron Johnson officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Family Plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Quiet Hour, the Seventh Day Adventist Church. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C1882 CHAPMAN Wednesday, September 11, 1974, Mrs. Catherine May Chapman, aged 85 years, widow of late Harry C. Chapman, beloved mother of Mr. Henry James (Harry) Chapman, Fort Macleod, Alberta, Mrs. Edward P. (Mary) Benoit, Nanton, Alberta and Rev. W. George Chapman, 78 Hallbrook Drive S.W., Calgary, passed away at the Glenmore Park Auxiliary Hospital- following a lengthy illness. She is also survived by nine grandchildren and seven great one sister, Mrs. Mary Herdman, Clarkson, Ontario. She was predeceased by her husband October 12, 1956. Born in Toronto, Ontario, she came west in 1916 to Lethbridge where she resided until com- ing to Calgary in 1938, residing in Calgary since. Mrs. Chapman was a member of Parkhill Church of Christ and was Former Dean of Women of the Alberta Bible College. Services at LEYDEN'S "Chapel of Remembrance" Friday, p.m.. with Mr. Edward P. Benoit officiating. Interment family plot, Queen's Park Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made to the Alberta Bible College, 599 Northmount Drive N.W., Calgary or Parkhill Church of Christ Memorial Fund, 110 Mission Road S.E.. Calgary. C1877 HINMAN Susan Louisa, passed away in Cardston on Tuesday. September 10th, 1974 at the age of 97 years, beloved wife of the late Scott Hinman of Cardston. Mrs. Hinman was born in Salt Lake City on August 9th, 1877 and received her early education in the school of that city. Later mov- ed to Almo. Idaho and in 1895 drove a team and wagon to Canada. She was married to Scott Hinman September 3rd, 1901 and had continued to reside in the area until the time of her passing. She was an active member of the L.D.S. Church, and was a member of the Stake Mutual Board for many years, and was an ardent temple worker. Survivors include five sons, Henry and Grant of Cardston, Ted of Lethbridge, Shirley of Pincher Creek, and Douglas of Norwalk, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Milo