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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, September 26, 1973-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-35 I Births, Deaths, Funerals, I Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS KLIAUGA Monday September 24, 1973, Brian (Scoop) Kliauga, aged 70 years, of Lomond. Services at the Vulcan United Church Thursday a.m., Rev. W. Julian officiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. OLSON Passed away on Monday, September 24, 1973, Hjalmar (Slim) Olson, aged 81 years, of Pincher Creek. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home, Thursday at p.m., Rev. R. Putman officiating. Inter- ment in Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C2284 COCKBURN Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, September 23, 1973, Martin Charles Cockburn, beloved in- fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Cockburn of Lethbridge. Besides his loving parents he is survived by his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cockburn of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lloyd of Lethbridge. A graveside ser- vice was held on Wednesday at a.m., with Mr. J. Pen- tom officiating. Interment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of funeral service. C2288 FUNERALS ANDERSON Funeral ser- vice for Mary Jane Low Anderson, beloved wife of the late Thomas A. Anderson of Cardston who died there Friday, Sept. 21, 1973, at the age of 87 years, was held at 1 p.m., Monday, Sept. 24, 1973, in the Alberta Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of C2285 Latter-day Saints with Bishop Bryce Cahoon officiating. Pallbearers were Dr. John and Byron Low, Kenneth Green, Kenneth and LaVern Vadnais and Jerry Strate. Interment was in the family plot in the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. TIFFIN Passed away in Calgary on Monday, September 24th, 1973, Steven Gregory Tiffin, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Tiffin of Lethbridge. Besides his loving parents, he is survived by one brother. Stanley John at home and by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley B. Tiffin of Lethbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Virginillo of Lethbridge. A graveside service was held on Wednesday at a.m., with Rev. Father S. R. O'Loghlin officiating. Inter- ment followed in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of funeral service. C2287 HOLLAND Blair, passed away in Cardston on Tuesday, September 25. 1973, at the age of 55 years, beloved husband of Geraldine Holland of Card- ston. Mr. Holland was born May 3, 1918 at Cardston. He was well known for radio work since 1943. He auc- tioneered at the Lethbridge Stockyards for 13 years. He had a Television Program from 1956 until 1961. It was the first live television program on Channel 7. and made the Liberty and Variety Magazines. He vvas well known throughout Southern Alberta for his activities in rodeo, horse shows, track and field and boxing and wrestling. Besides his loving wife. Geraldine (nee Many Fingers) he is survived by sons. Colin Ross Cory and Dorin (2 Children from a previous marriage: Vickie Melvin of Raymond, Marie Gerencser of Lethbridge, Leslee Rigby of Los Angeles, Jcrrye Holland of Calgary and Padgett Holland also of Calgary; his Father.'Lyle Holland of Card- ston: eight grandchildren: two step brothers, Ron and Ken of Edmonton; and three step-sisters, Faye Nelson of Cardston and Helen Stringham and Cavelle Rollins of Edmonton. He was predeceased by his mother, Margaret Victoria and an in- fant brother in 1920. Funeral services will be held Thur- sday. September 27, 1973 at p.m. in the South Hill LDS Chapel, with Bishop W. J. Hollingsworth officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family prior to the service at the church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Cardston. Directors of Funeral Service. C2286 NELSON Funeral service for Henry Ward Nelson, former Taber resident who died at Lethbridge Wednesday, Sept. 19, 1973, at the age of 76 years, was held at p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, 1973, in the Taber Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus hrist of Latter-day Saints with Elder Kenneth Garner officiating. Pallbearers were Arvin, Norman and Rulon ftirsche, Arvid Nordquist, Emil Zeibert and Harley Interment was in the 'amily plot in the Stirling Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. TALBOT Funeral service for Ralph Marion Talbot, beloved husband of Mrs. Retta Talbot of Cardston who died there Monday, Sept. 17, 1973. at the age of 82 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept.. 20, 1973. in the 4th Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel on the south hill. Cardston, with Bishop W. J. HoIHngsworth of- ficiating. Honorary pallbearers were Ivan Sheen, Leo Spencer, Jack Dunn, Robert Train, Alf Leavitt and Elmer Carter. Active pallbearers were Tom and William Hoyt, Arvin Redford, Edward Newton. George Foggin and Orville Herron. Interment was in the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of arrangements. MAYBIE A Memorial service for James Michael Maybie, beloved husband of Mrs. Clare Maybie of 901 8th Ave. S. and a well known and highly respected member of the editorial department of the Lethbridge Herald for the past 12 years who died Sept. 20, was held at 2 p.m. Monday. Sept. 24, 1973, in the First' United Church, Lethbridge, with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Don Pilling, John Caruso. John McColl, Jack Rollingson, Elroy Burrows. Martin Oudshoorn. Jack Learmonth, Leo Behm, George Behm and Dick Burnett. Cremation was to follow. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS I would like to thank the two young women from Vulcan who kindly drove myself and two children to Calgary Air- port when our car broke down just outside Vulcan a few weeks ago. We were on our way to Britain and missing a connection at Calgary would have meant quite a few problems. Thank you good Samaratans. 562 MILLS We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to Reverend Anderson, Martin Bros., pallbearers, friends, for the expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes dur- ing the recent bereavement of brother and father. Special thanks to the doctor and nurses of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their wonderful care and kindness. -Mrs. Bertha Oakc, Lon- don. Out. -Leo Mills, Atikokan, Ont. 563 CARD OF THANKS BORAS The family of the late Peter Boras wish to ex- press their thanks and gratitude to all concerned in easing the burden of losing a wonderful dad and grand- father, Didom; thanks to his doctor and friend; to the priests, Father Don Vornbrock of Picture Butte and Fathers G. Gillis and J. McNamee of Calgary who celebrated the Requiem Mass. Thank you to his friends who acted as his honorary pallbearers, to his six grand- sons who were his active pallbearers, his three youngesl grandsons who served as altar boys; also thanks to the other two altar boys whose services were much appreciated. Thank you to the organist and the choir for the beautiful music; to all his many friends who took time out to pay their last respects by attending the evening -prayers and the mass; to the families who sent the beautiful floral arrangements to the church and to our homes; for your kind words of consolation, ,your visits and donations of food, the lovely sympathy cards; for the Masses receiv- ed on Dad's behalf and the beautiful wreaths. Many, many thanks to the members of St. Catherine's Women's League who served a most delicious luncheon to a wonderful group of friends from near and far; to the School Board of St. Catherines School for the use of the auditorium and all who assisted in any way; to Martin Bros, for their kindness. God bless you all and thank you. and Doris and family and Anne and family and Helen and family and Earl Gibbons and family 463-26 Alberta group to promote the disabled CALGARY (CP) A socie- ty called the Albejcta. Com- mittee of Action Groups for for the disabled has been in- corporated to promote closer co-operation with the provin- cial government and improve the lot of the disabled. Percy Wickman of Edmon- ton, president of the society, says the organization has a provincial government grant to maintain an Edmonton of- fice which will do research and mobilize grass-roots ac- tion committees in Alberta communities. Information gathered would be presented to a committee of five members of the legislature and five disabled persons that would meet four times annually for dis- cussions. "The kinds of legislation we will be looking at will relate to labor, health care, workman's compensation bills which have sections relating to the disabled and which could be corrected or improved to better the lifestyle of the han- Mr. Wickman said in an interview. Life member BANFF, Alta. (CP) Nor- man Smith, president of The Canadian Press in 1970-72, be- came an honorary life member of the news co- operative at the CP board's fall meeting. Mr. Smith, retired editor and president of Ottawa Jour- nal, retired from the CP membership last spring. He is CP's honorary president. Dental plan HALIFAX (CP) Agovern- ment sponsored dental-care program for children five and six years old will go into operation sometime this fall. Health Minister Scott Mac- Nutt said here. Government news survey proposes change CALGARY (CP) Opposi- tion members should have the use of the government operated Alberta Com- munications Network (ACN) and voice-clip service, a sur- vey conducted for the Alberta Bureau of Public Affairs says. The survey, made by Socio- Systems Ltd. of Calgary, found that newsmen prefer to ignore the government bureau in favor of direct access to ministers through the press secretary in the premier's of- fice. Most of the 45 newsmen interviewed found the bureau generally but admitted to not being aware of all its services. Larger newsrooms "correctly" viewed the telex information provided by ACN as "government propogan- "But smaller new- spapers and radio and telev- siion stations tended "to rely upon its accuracy much as they do with the national wire services." The survey said a similar danger existed with the recently instituted tape recorded "voice clip" service of ministers' comments. FINE LINE "There is a fine line between a ministry of infor- mation and a ministry of propoganda a government does not have the right to sub- vert or persuade the electorate by improper use of advertising or public relations." A partial solution to this problem would be to permit opposition members to use the two services, the survey said. An expansion of the telex service, which now channels press releases directly into some Alberta news rooms, to rec- emphasize "pure infor- mation" content such as orders in council and road and grain reports was recommended. The report also ommended Regional information of- fices be established to handle both public and press ques- tions; areas be given a toll-free government informa- tion number and that press releases to weekly new- spapers be timed to consider deadlines; role of bureau of in- formation officers working in each government department be explained to members of the news media. t Japan agency important to Alberta EDMONTON (CP) There is considerable significance for Alberta in the establish- ment by the Japanese govern- ment of an agency of resources and energy, W. J. M. Wenzel, deputy minister for economic development in the department of industry and commerce, said yester- day. the agency's objective is to promote comprehensive resources and energy policies with the aim of implementing measures to assure a stable supply of resources and energy. "They are emphasizing raw Mr. Wenzel said in a prepared statement. "It shows how vital a stable supply of resources and energy is to Japan. oolco CORRECTION NOTICE! Re our advertisement on Page 10 of the Lethbridge Herald, Monday, Sept. 24th heading "Wednesday Super Laundry Detergent should Drugs may be baby cripplers under the Bargains" have read Sunlight Laundry Detergent Heavy duty cleaning power. 2 Ib. 10 oz. box............ OTTAWA (CP) Medical researchers now believe many common and seemingly in- nocent drugs, such as aspirin or antacids, may play a part in causing deformities in new- borns, Dr. K. S. Khera of the federal health department said Thursday. About two per cent of all liveborn infants have major defects, such as cleft palates, spinal defects and shortened bones, he told a meeting of the Ontario branch of the Royal College of Physicians and Sur- geons. Researchers now think that drugs taken by women during their pregnancy may be responsible for more of these deformities than thought previously. Women shouldn't be fright- ened of taking prescribed drugs, he said in an interview later. But it was dangerous when too many drugs are combined oHwhen the woman self-medicates with drugs such as acetylsalicylic acid (ASA, aspirin) without in- forming their doctors. He listed a number of culprit drugs prescribed by doctors that now im- plicated in causing defor- mities, especially used in combinations. For example, Dr. Khera said prescription of sex hor- mones, used for various reasons such as treatment of acne, for pregnant women-has been repeatedly linked with masculization of newborn baby girls. Use of amphetamines, recently placed on restricted lists in Canada but widely used as diet pills in the United States, has been linked with deformities of bile ducts in newborn babies, he said. ASPIRIN HIT There even have been reports that ASA when used in combination with benzoic widely-used food cause deformities, he said. "There is a risk." He advises women to be careful of using over-the- counter drugs, even such things as laxatives, during their pregnancy unless they discuss the matter with their doctors first. "And stay away from aspirin, ft's becoming more and more a culprit." JOIN THE MODERN CORRECTIONS SERVICE Vacancies in NORDEGQ, BOWDEN, CALGARY, FORT SASKATCHEWAN, PEACE RIVER, LETHBRIDGE THAT IS WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE Training Challenging, rewarding work Good promotional prospects Job Security Good Remuneration Holidays with pay A beneficial Pension Plan All Civil Service Employee Benefits The basic pay for a Correction Officer 1 (Guard) is per month rising to You must be in good health. 19 years of age or over and 5'8" or over and have a minimum of Grade 10 education. To: THE PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE Room 500. Terrace Building. Edmonton Name: (Block Letters Please) Address: PLEASE SEND ME AN APPLICATION FORM ALBERTA HOTEL ASSOCIATION Scholarship Winners The Alberta Hotel Association is pleased to announce the winners of Scholarships for the Academic Year 1973-74. Selected from across the province, the students may use their scholarships at any faculty of a University of Alberta, or any College affiliated with a University, also for students wishing to take Drama, Singing, Choral, Piano and Orchestral instruments, Oral French or Painting at Banff School of Fine Arts or in Food Training courses at S.A.I.T., N.A.I.T., or in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Scholarships Totalling Were Won By: EDMONTON CITY ZONE WINNERS CALGARY CITY WINNERS NAME SZCZESNY, Wa Iter FONG, George Y. SUSTRIK, Gordon D. WONG, Jackson KULLMAN, Calvin D. PALMER, Donald D. HUDSON, Keith 0. GUNN, Gary KINLOCH, David W. FOREST, Lizabeth Ann TYMO, Norman HARRIS, NeilS. PACHAL, Cynthia G. EVANCHUK, Donna M. ZEPICK, L. Dean HAMALIUK, Judith C. HUGHES, Ellen P. FLETT, Jillian L. JONES, Lynn M. FACULTY Science Science Arts-Law Engineering Science Science Commerce Engineering Arts Science Science Science Science Science Arts Home Economics Medical Lab. Sc. Science Arts HIGH SCHOOL St. Mary's Bonnie Doon Bonnie Doon Queen Elizabeth Salisbury McNally Strathcona McNally Strathcona St. Joseph St. Joseph Strathcona Paul Kane Queen Elizabeth Bonnie Doon Queen Elizabeth Austin O'Brien Ross Sheppard McNally NAME JOHNSTON, Williard P ZIMMERMAN, Carol D. WONG, Ho-MAN JACKSON, Anna M. HOPPINS, Colleen M. WESTMAN, Barbara J. MARX, Brian Wm. LOCKE, William I. SADILEK, Sandra V. SUNEBY, Lena B. ALLEN, Diana M. DONOGHUE, Anne ZIRK, Harry A. GOGO, Linda M. MOULES, Donald M. CUSACK, Blair M. FACULTY Pre-Medicine Occup. Therapy Engineering Arts Arts Social Work Pre-Dentistry Pre-Medicine Arts Science Phys. Education Science Pre-Medicine Science-Nursing Pre-Medicine Science RED DEER CITY ZONE WINNERS DE VRIES, Annette Science FOLKARD, Earl L. Science BEST, Wayne B. Engineering TOUSIGNANT, Sheila M. Science HIGH SCHOOL James Fowler William Aberhart Crescent Heights Western Canada St. Mary's James Fowler Henry Wise Wood Viscount Bennett Bishop Grandin Forest Lawn Lord Beaverbrook Crescent Height's Crescent Heights William Aberhart Central Memorial Lord Beaverbrook Forest Lawn Crescent Heights Ernest Manning St. Francis LYNN, Douglas W. STEIL, Douglas M. Science Engineering PETERSON, Carol Ann Education Lindsay Thurber Camille J. Lerouge Lindsay Thurber NORTHERN ZONE WINNERS LETHBRIDGE CITY ZONE WINNERS NAME SEKIYA, Carol K. G TETERIS, Andrew FACULTY Arts Science Arts Engineering HIGH SCHOOL Winston Churchill Leth. Collegiate Leth. Collegiate PEACE RIVER ZONE WINNERS WONG, Bill BREEMER, Rose E. FENTIE, Donald D. ROWSON, Fred W. Commerce Arts Pre-Medicine Education FUNNEI.L, Robert W. Education Beaverlodge Regional Grande Prairie Comp. Fairview Grimshaw Public Grimshaw Public NAME ABOUGOUSH, Asma MEYER, Walter A. KLEPACH, Henry J. ROBINSON, David T. BEALE, R. Bradley WYNNYCHUK, Irene J. BERGEN, Ruth E. SIMARD, Susan M. KOSCIELNUK, Dennis CZERNIECKI, Bozena DIACHUK, Michael P. PARUK. DaleJ. BARABASH, Peter S. JUENGLING, Bettina E. NAKONECHNY. Jane KORDYBAN, Michael FACULTY Education Science Science Arts Arts Education Science Science Arts Science Science Science Science-Nursing Arts Science HIGH SCHOOL' J.A. Williams Lac La Bich Georges P.Vanier Mundare St. Paul Regional Lome Barrhead Two Hills H.S Sangudo Sr. Parkland Edson Thorhild Bonnyville Centralized J.A.Williams Lamont High Grand Trunk Whitecouit Hilltop Glendon H.S. Thorhild CENTRAL ZONE WINNERS SOUTHERN ZONE WINNERS NAME NAME McMANUS, Lorna M. McCallum, Thomas FACULTY Science Arts FACULTY HIGH SCHOOL KORENDYK, William Science HIGH SCHOOL Wainwright H.S. Wm. E. Hay Comp. Memorial( WONG, Lonnie Plain KULCSAR, Hans Owen Sr. H.S. JUDGE, Harriet Daniel Cornp. rose Comp. Gene WRIGHTSON, Charles KUDZIN, S. Maddock LABERGE, Colin Mary High Donald Lake WONG, Judy H.S. BROWN, Brenda Pamela Norway Charlotte A. LAMOUREUX, Paul Phys. H.S. Wm. E. Hay Hugh Hills WOELCKE, Virginia Norway ;