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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 14, 1973 Commons okays changes in Crop Insurance Act OTTAWA A bill amending ihe Crop Insurance Act and cutting larmer pre- IllilllUS ill SulIH' lias received final ('.minions approval. The hill allows the govern- mi'tit tii repay provinces half ol what they pay toward the disi o! insurance premiums if Ottawa contributes no I'uiuis lor administration. Progressive 'onservative a nd N e w m oc r a t! c members voted for the hill bai criticized ii lor not providing larmers with long-term swuritv. Seven provinces participate in the current iederal- provincial. program, with Ot- tawa paying half of ad- ministrative I'osts and one- of premiums. In Prince Edward Island and the Western provinces, tanners pay 75 per cent of the premium, while the federal government pays the other 25 iier cent and shares ad- imnist! alive costs equally wnh the provinces. Ontario and Nova Scotia al- ready pay part of the farmers' 75-per-cent share. .The amend- ment is intended to encourage provinces to shoulder some of the premiums and encourage more fanners to take part in the program. STAHTKl) IN 1959 The program started in and the percentage of Canada's fanners who have participated has dropped steadily in the last three years, 49.000 were enroll- ed last year compared with more than lil.000 in 1969-70. Agriculture department officials estimate the premium costs to farmers would have been about million less last vear had the new amendment been in effect. Following the opposition crit icism. Agriculture Minister Kugene Whelan told the ('ominous he hopes a new crops insurance program will he forthcoming. He said lie would meet pro- vincial agriculture ministers Sept. 27 "to try and stabilize agriculture in this country." Douglas Neil Jaw i slammed the govern- ment for not giving the bill top priority. Welcome as far as it went. the bill was "not indicative of an over-all policy to develop an agricultural program." N E E OS BROADEN ING Mr. Neil said the govern- ment should consider broadening its protection to include livestock producers. Alt' Cleave toon-Biggar) said a long-term program is needed "to put agriculture on a solid basis where farmers can operate with some confidence." New Brunswick and New- foundland have no joint crop insurance program. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams 0 worth of time, fashion nto each jacket. for ts ackets. Check the and shetlancls. (Beefy hut not heavy.) Try on a couple of our Henley sports jacke Many in colourful checks. tContrasty hut not loud.) feel. The lit. The look. Othersin herringbone, harley corn and neat houndstooth. another store and tr Then before ou huv one, on a few of I heirs. You're Io find that any other jacket that feels, fits or looks as .yood as ours, is n'oinfj io cost you at least Why'.' Simply because nobody else tailors their own jackets, in t.heir own factory. This season. Tip Top elolh buyers have brought back tweeds, saxonies Open ,i eon vi-; i if Ml .Tip Top Accmi n t. TIP TOP Then our tailors have cut the lapels wide (but not The pockets are flapped or patched or both. The vents are on the side or in the centre. And to finish the Henley collec- tion, we've added classic blazers. Come in to Tip Top. Try on one of our sports jackets. They're the ones that are priced at BIRTH PARK Bradley is jump- ing with joy at the arrival of his new brother, Scott Darren, on September 8. 1973 at the Municipal Hospital. Proud parents are Bruce and Carol. Proud grandparents are Lil and Gus Hegland and Joe and Emma Park. Insured. 9918 DEATHS DEATHS Centre Village Mall money never looked so good Telephone 328-8255 Leona passed away in the city on Wednesday. September 12. 1973 at the age of 79 years, beloved wife of Edward H. Griffin of 620 20 St. S. Mrs. Griffin was born in Soda Springs. Idaho on December 18. 1893. She moved to Canada with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nielson. in the spring of 1907. They settled in the Carmangay area, where Bessie later married Edwrard H. Griffin on Nov. 18. 1914. They farmed in the Car- mangay. Champion area from 1914 until 1943 when they retired and moved to Cham- pion, where they resided until the fall of 1950. then moving to Lethbridge. Eight children were born to this union; five presently living. Francis and Walter of Champion. Yvonne and Vivian, of Salt Lake City. Utah and Ethel of Lethbridge. They have eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday. September 15. 1973 at p.m. in the North Side L.D.S. Chapel, with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Inter- mentWill follow in the Cham- pion Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from prior to the service in the Relief Socie- ty Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C2014 DICKINSON James W. Jr.. passed away in Calgary on Thursday. September 13. 1973. at the age of 19 years, beloved husband of Glenda Dickinson and beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dickinson Sr. of 2610 llth A Ave..N. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of service. C2019 OLIVER Edward C. pass- ed away in Calgary on Wednesday. September 12. 1973. following a lengthy il- lness, at the age of 62 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lois Oliver inee Brownleei. of 2028 42nd Ave. S.W.. Calgary. Other survivors include his mother. Mrs. Ada Oliver: three sons. Raymond. John and Garry: two daughters. Mrs. Norman (Shirley) Frasch and Miss Janey Oliver; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchildren, all of Calgary: one brother and t h r e e si s t. e r s. He w a s predeceased by his father. Lewis Oliver. 1973. Funeral services are to be held in Calgary Friday. September 14. 9918A MATICHUK-Passed away on Wednesday. September 12, 1973. Tom Matichuk. aged 85 of Fort Macicod formerly of Spring Coulee. He came to Lethbridge in 1910 where he worked in the coal mines until 1919 when he mov- ed to Spring Coulee district, where he was employed by the R. S. Thompson Farms. He moved to Fort Macleod in 1970. A graveside Service will he held on Saturday at a.m.. Rev. Father Regnier officiating. Interment Union cemetery Fun era 1 arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. C2015 IIOWLANI) Passed away at Calgary on Friday. September 14. 1973. William Robert of Taber. at the age of years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dolly I lowland of Tabor. F u n e r a i s e r v i c e arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME. Taber. is in charge. C201H CHALMERS-Lucille i he'oved wife of Jack Chalmers of Coleman. passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Thursday. September 13. 1973 at age 60 years. She was born in Lamoureux. Alberta on June 1. 1913 and came to Coleman in 1936. In October 1937. she married Jack Chalmers and together they operated Chalmers' Jewellery Store in Coleman. She was a member of the Coleman Royal Purple. She was predeceased by her father and one sister in Lamoureux in 1917. Surviving besides her husband are one son Neil of Coleman; her mother. Mrs. J. 0. Robert, one sister. Mrs. Donalda Darimont. both of Edmonton. R e q u i e m Mass will be celebrated in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Coleman on Monday. September 17 at a.m.. with Rev. Tim Connolly celebrant. Interment will follow in the Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, persons wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of Bill White In- surance Agencies. Blairmore. FA.NTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C2017 i Misura i. beloved wife of Steve Rypien of Coleman. passed away at her Coleman residence on Thursday. September, 13. 1973 at age 57 years. She was born in Fernie. B.C. on September 21. 1915 and after her marriage to Steve in Fernie in September 1938. came to Coleman. where she has resid- ed since. Besides her husband, s u r v i v o r s i n c I u d e t w o daughters. Mrs. R. (PailletteI Xak and Mrs. M. (Donna i S t e 1 m a h o v i c h both o 1 Coleman: four grandsons: live brothers. George of Coleman. Mike of Fernie. Steve of Vancouver. John of Toronto. Joe of Edmonton: one sister. Mrs. J. Helen! Clarke of Fernie. B.C. Graveside and interment ser- vices will be held at the Holy Spirit Catholic Cemetery on Saturday. September 15 at a.m., with Rev. Father Tim Connolly officiating. In lieu of flowers, persons wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of Bill White Insurance A g e n c i e s Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD.. is in charge C2016 BATTY Passed away in the city on Thursday. September 13. 1973. following a lengthy illness. Helen, at the age of 89 years of Lethbridge. beloved wife of the late Arthur Dixon Batty. Born in Tyde St. Mary. Lincolnshire. England, in 1884. the late Mrs. Batty came to Canada in 1908 to Branti'ord. Ontario and then came West in 1909 to Gleichen. Alberta, where she was married. In 1924 she mov- ed to the Coaldale area and in 1929 she moved to Lethbridge, where the family farmed just south of the city. In 1953 she moved to the City and took up residence at, 2116 7th Avenue S. She was a member of the Anglican Church and a former member of the A.C.W.. a life member of the Lethbridge Horticultural Society and a member of the Pemican Club. She is survived by one son Arthur L. (Art) of Lethbridge and two daughters. Mrs. Evelyn Rollingson of Calgary, and Mrs. Eileen Perry of Lethbridge; .seven grandchildren and 17 great- grandchildren. She was predeceased by one daughter and by three sisters. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. Derek Hoskin of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Ave. S.. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors'of the Funeral Service. C2020 FUNERAL LEISTER Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. John Leister, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Anna Leister who died in the city Monday. Sept. 10. 1973. alter a brief illness at the age of 87 years, was held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1973 i n M a r t i n Bros. Traditional Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S.. with Rev. Father M. Gillies. OMI. officiating. Pallbearers were Bruce Alger, Melvin Jarvie. Hans Klein. George Noble. Gerald Dickey and Michael B. Golia. Interment was in the family plot in Hie Mount Calvary sec- lion o I MOII n t a i n V io w Cemetery Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, w a s i n eh. a r g e o f I h e arrangements. FUNERALS MORGAN Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Ann Mac-Arthur Morgan, beloved wife of Mr. Frederick Morgan of Foremost who died in the city Friday. Sept. 7.. 1973. after a long illness at the age of 68 years, was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 13th St. N.. with Rev. K. G. Deasley officiating. Hono'rary pallbearers were Joseph Glenn. Leon Keely. Wallace Phillips. Carl Gerke. Jack Metheral and Alex Brown. Ac- live pallbearers were Harold Street, David Kurtzweg, Douglas Strain. Harvey Steffensen. Gerald Glenn and Ted I.ynes. Interment was in A r c h m o u n t M e in o r i a 1 Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. POYNTER Funeral ser- vice for Mr. James Brent Poynter. beloved husband of Mrs. Lynda Poynter of 1406 Ashgrove Road who died in the city Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1971 at the age of 24 years, was held at 3 p.m. Saturday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 13th St. N.. with Rev. H. J Jost officiating. Pallbearers were Roy and Dun-el Remus. WilLFel'dbush. Clay Harvie. Dave Nelson and Clint Simmons. Interment w as in Mountain V i e w Cemetery. BALOGH Funeral ser- vice for Mr. Alexander Balogh. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Balogh of Picture Butte who died in the city Friday. Sept. 7. 1973. at the age of 79 years, was held at 10 a.m. Wednes- day in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. G. Teles officiating. Pallbearers were Horst Kielm. Pete Kosa. Steve Such. Sr.. Krnie Ebenspanger. Kemeri and Joe Puszc- sak. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. HETESY Requiem mass for Mr. Michael Hetesy. beloved husband of Mrs. Theresa Hetesy of Coaldale who died there Tuesday, Sept. 4. 1973. at the age of 71 years, was said at 11 a.m. Friday in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Father Gaston Marien and Rev. Father Clarence Lyons of- ficiating. Honorary pallbearers were Pete Kronstein. Joe Smolnicky. Steve and .John Slemko. Tony Megyes. Aaron Janzen. Abe John Baczuk, Sr.. and Alex Bodie. Sr. Active pallbearers were Bill and Jim Donald Toth, Steve, Onody. Files Pellesky and Elmer Megyes. Interment was in the Mount Calvary sec- tion of Mountain View Cemetery. IN MEMORIAM JONES In loving memory of my beloved husband; Horace Jones, who passed away September 14. 1971. -Always remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife. Gladys. 9009 regulation no answer EDMONTOiN