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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 Passed away sud- years M.c was burn in Rib- n.'iva, Czechoslovakia, .June !i. Kl'2 and came to Canada in August, sL-ltling in Fcrnie. I'.C. After her marriage to Frank Herman in Ihe same year, the fainilv moved to Mi-clicl ar.d later to 1'Tank In 1901 they took up homcstefiding in the Fairginu; District wliere they rcpifled until 19G7 until rtionng lo Hellcvuc slie resided imlil her death. She was prcxlecr-ased by her KYank m and ttirce in Ihc United Sidles. Survivors include, one sen. John of Bellcvue; two daughlcis, Mrs. Paulino Mag-dall of Bellcvue, Mrs. Stove (Ernia) Komiska of Coleman; six grandchildren; nine gren'-grandchildren. Prayers will be said Monday evening at p.m. and Rcouiem Mass vrill v hrld in Su Cyrik Catholic Chui'di, Hellcvue, Tuesday, April 4 al a.m., with Father Dennis MacDonald officiating. Interment familv nloi, Bcllevus Catholic Ccmeten'. FA XT IN CHAPELS LTD., Blairmore is in charge. s By MM, JIOYU; VOllK APi Memories are- Ihf! links (lint bind our IJ'VPS lortlljw. Tiicy make us arc, Atltl up n mnn's memories and you knov; kirn. You JK-JVC ,T fine rosier of mciiioi ic.s if you con j look Ijar.-k remcmbLT when: .Sirlclniins ami panls i ;is Hie youtli.s of UK; laic 1920s as they arc the youths ol Iwlay. liai-rl uorkiny man look a nap on Sunday after- o Jijirths, JLjeaths, era's, J hctnliSf BIRTH STUCKBY Barry! and Sbcran wish (a announce the birlli of Lvvui boys, March 25, 1972, Trevor Scott, C Ibs., 11 ozs., :ind Troy Allan, 6 Ibs., 14 075. Brothers tor Debbie arf Darin. Proud grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Tom Ewing of Lcthbridyc, iincl Mr. arci Mrs. II. K. Siuckoy of Pincher Creek. Saturday, April 1, 1572, John Edward, W, husband of Mrs. Florence iliislicll, Milo. Scrvic.cs nt Milo United Cbnrfh, Tuesday at 2 p.m., Mrs. W. Howie officiating. Interment Milo Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, if desired, donlions may be made to the Alberts Heart Foundation. Vulcan Funeral Home in charge of arrangement emu MAGVAR Passed away in the cily on Thursday, March 30, 1972, following a brief ill-nesi, Mr. G a b o r Gabriel Magyar, at Ihc age of 72 years, of Coaldalc, beloved husband of Ihc late Mrs. Anna Horn, raised and educated in Hungary, the lale -IJr. Magyar came to Canada in the Spring of '027 and settled in Tabcr. He resided there until moving to Cyalriale in 1917, ho has lived ever since. lie was engaged in agriculture during most of his life. He is survived by three sons, Messrs. Bert Magyar. Turin. Frank Magyar, Kdson, Louis Magyar, Ijetnhridge; four daughters, Mrs. L. iMary) Revak, Tiiber, Mrs. R. 11. (Margaret) Lang, idge. M r s. A. Molane) Lethbridge, Miss Isa-bcllc Magyar, White Com I, 27 grandcliildren and one sLslcr in the Old Conn'.iy. lie was predeceased by his loving wife, Anna, ill 1909 and by two sisters and two brolh-ers. Prayers will be said on Monrj.iv (tonight) at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N'. Requiem Mass v.-ill be celebrated on Tuesday. a m. in liic Assumption Parish Church, with R e v. Father Stephen Molnar officiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13lh N., phone 528-2361. In lieu of flcnvers, friends may donate to ths charity of Lheir choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral .Service. FILAIH passed asvay in on Sunday. April 2nd, 1072, at UK- age o( 118 years, beloved wife of Mr. yam Blair of Picture Iliiilc. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CIIHISTKN-SEiV S A L M 0 N1 FUNERAL HOME LTD.. aro Directors of Funeral Service. C112U A L L fl i: 11 Err.cst Ru-doinhus. passed away in Caid-ston on Sunday. April 2nd. at the age of 'M years, bdoi-cd husband of the late Loretla Allrcd of Cardston. Mr. Allrcd was burn in Fan-view, Utah., Ocio.'jcr 3-lUi, and came to Canada in 1901 and took up a hcineslead in llj-j WalerLon area next ID Ihe Brown Later he moved into HilLspring and fanned IJiei e for over forty ycsrs; uh.cn lie retired lie moved into Cardston where he had continued to Jive nnlil his passing, lie w-as the last of the children of tlie James Martin AHrcd family, and was an active member of the LDS Church. Survivors include Seven SOILS, Roy of Hillspring, Jim of Glcnwood. Stewart of Cardston. (illy of Hilfsprmg, llhue of Cardston, Morris of Glen-wood, Marion of Irma, Alia.; two daughters, Mary Allrcd of Calgary :md Mrs. Deo Ijoretta Kenley also of Calgary. He was predeceased by his vife, Lo-retta in KliiH; twins, Virgil and Vcrda, Vance in ]W7 and in 1934. Funeral services will Ixi hetd 011 Wednesday, April SIJi, 1972 at 1 p.m. in the Hillspring LDS Chapel, with Bishop Sheldon Wyndcr officiating. Interment will follow in the family plol in Ihe Hill-spring cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay Ihcir respects from 12 noon prior to the service in the Relief So-cielv Room of (lie church. CJIRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., are Directors of Funeral Service. CAMKHON Duncan (Scot. ty.l passed nway in Clarestiolm on March ?A, 1972, at the age of 82 years. Funeral services will be hold in f-'dcn's Funeral Home, on Tuesday, April at 1 p.m., Itov. K. Jordan olficiat-ing. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUA'F.RAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. DEATHS Passed way in the cily on Saturday, April 1, 1972, Mr. Hans Nonllimd al the age of 69 years, Moved husband of Mrs. Lena Nord-lund of 721 12th St. C N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN UROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Oil DEATHS u> Tin: CANADIAN PHESS Passed away in the city on Saturday, April 1, 1D72, following a brief illness Mr. John JIalliday Eastern at the age of years, beloved husband of Mrs Marv Easton of 91? ,'ilh SI. S. raised and edtic.-lcd in Scotland, the late Mr. ICaston came to Can-ada and settled in in and has resided here ever since. He had worked at the Lethbridge Post office for over 35 years. He was a life niemlwr of Hie Masonic Order and a member of tlie Lefh-britlgs Lodge No. 2 Oddfellows. Besides his wife he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. T. Lucille 1 Bambrick. Cresfon, B.C. four sons. Messers. .John Easton, thomas Easton, Ft. St. John, B.C. Roy Thompson, Fl. St. James, B.C., Gordon Eastbn. Seattle; 11 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren, one sister in Scotland and one brother in Oshawa, Ontario. Tlie funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 312 3rd AVCJIUC South, with Rev. R. L. Crisficld officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery, Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 323-2301, (Courtesy parking at (he rear of the MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. lir. Priiicc Ed Island newspaper man and (oi--in cr mcinbfT of Parliament. I.r 11 n v r c, Pierre _ won the French nnltcrwciglit title iu ;IIK! once foHjjlil for ilie h o x i n g chiimpionsliip. P.innfilns Verfiottis, r.l. a GiTCk shipowner find one-Lime close friend of fellow Greek shipowner Arislctlc Onas-sts. Moscow N'ikolal Ivanovich ot Ilie Soviet nuloniohile Indus look an active part in developing new kinds of automobiles and introducing advanced technology. West Palm Beach. Fla. Gil Hodges, 48, manager of baseball's New York and first baseman wilh the old Brooklyn Dodgers, ol a heart attack. Nmlhani, M n s s H o s s O'lL-inley. H2, former defensive Boslon Patriots mid Minmi Dolpliins of the American Football League, nfter a long illness. Vladimir Popovic. a member of the Council of the Federation of Yugoslavia, in a London hospital after a brief illness. IU. Kcv, John Dixon, B-l, former Anglican archbishop of Montreal and of Canada. TOXTON rlorencc (Hirst) of Coleman, beloved of the lalo Jclm Toxton, passed away in Hie CrowsnesL Pass Hospital, Sr UK-day, April 1, 1972. at age HI years. She was bom in Barnslcv, Yorkshire, (England. February 17. 18'JC. She enme to Canada in September, 1923 settling in Colcman. She lived there for 20 years, moved In Vancouver, where she resided for 13 years and in 1950 she returned to Coleman where she lived until the lime of her death. Ste married John Tox-ton in Sheffield, England in 1903. Slie was predeceased by husband, John, in I'fllcman in one sislcr, Elizabeth Rose in Vancouver; two brothers. Tom and Gtorge in England; her parents and one son V.'altcr. in Cofenian, Svn-vivors include one daugbler, Mrs. Albert (Betty) one son, Tom, in Sealtle; four brothers, Fred of Coleman, Jesse ami Bill in Vancouver and John in Santa Monica, California; nine grandchildren; seven greatgrandchildren. Funeral service v.'ill he held in Fantins Coleman Chapel, Wednesday, April 5. at 2 p.m., with Fev. C. T. Gate officiating. Tntermeul Family Plot, Coleman Union Cemetery'. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD.. is In charge. OF THANKS PF.TRAK Sincerest thanks to Mavor Patterson, the staff of Ihc R'CMP at Claresholm for their hefp and co-operation (luring the blizzard March 25th. A special thanks lo John ar.d Yvonne S'.eelc and family cf Claresliolm who took us in and made us so welcome and comfortable in their home. Shirley. Donn, Jody ar.d I.csfie Petrak. Riciiard of Blairmore, beloved son o[ Joseph and Eleanor Chabillon, passed away suddenly in Blair-more. Friday, March 31, 1972, at age 13 years. He was born in Blainnore December 10, 1952- At the time of his dea'.h he was employed as a Twister Operator for Phillips Tables. Survivors include lus parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Chabillon; tlireo brothers, David (Joey) in Camrosc. Dclbert of Calgary, Tim at home and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Innis of Blairinorf. Funeral sendee was held in Fantins Blairmore Chapel. Monday (today) April 3 at 2 p.m., Rev. Bob Smith officiating, Interment followed in Blairmore Union Cemcterv. F A N T IN CHAPELS LTD.. was in charge. In lieu of flowers please mark donations to the Dr. Emil Aicllo Memorial Fund., in care of Crowsnesl Pass Hospital, marking donations "In memory of Rjclurd MEMOR1AM PAI.M.AIIC1IUK In loving memory of a dear wife, mother, grandmother aul greaf-grand-mothcr, Helen Palmardmk, who passed away April 3, We cannoi bring the old davs back, When we were aH together. But secret tears and loving thoughts Will be with us forever. Loviiigly remembered and sadly missed by husband Alex and children Alex and Beryl; Helen and Mike; Man- and Fred; Rose and Bill and their families. noon, flic cliiltlren tlliitilly could hear Ilini in an upstairs hwlrooni ns his body rqjairtd the ravaiicj ot tlie vcck. One of tlie fears grnndma hnd for grandpn tfiat if he didn't stop twirling 3 tootli- pick nronnd in his mnuttl after citing tJint lic'd It ac- ciflcjitiillv and die of peritoni- tis. l-'or porliaps a majority of pcofjlc, ]iul! was as rcril find tcn-Lblo ns death. DIA11Y LAST Any kid wlin clidn'l have lo trudge al a mile to school a pampered life. Every home had three (or- uras v. here family problem! were publicly threshed the kitchen, the dining room table, und Ihc front porch s'.i-inC ICvciy child had a personal v he cxjic'ctct1. would mako him i m m o r t a 1. H usually trailed off after he had made a fev commcnt.s on the weatlier and hinted at dark and awfnl sccrel-5 in his life he didn't dare tntsl IiimscK to pill A pretty girl was often do- scribed as "a real humdin- ger." Flo'.vrrrs played a bigger role in the ordinary lues of people. If someone in the fam- ily was ill, the neighbors trooped in nrmfuh o( homeyrown flowers as well ar, gifts of home-cooked food. KRPT THE MAHDI.KS Vi'omen themselves on the individually and or- natcncss of their Their surviving letters today bring a feeling of calm and sednle. grace to a more hur- ried generation. If you got sometliing In your eye and couldn't geli t out yourself, you went to the druggist instead of lo a doctor or hospital clinic. A juvenile delinquent was a kid won all Ihe marbles from Ihe other members of his school class and wouldn't give any of them back. It was all right io lock your front door if you left your home, but the neighbors thought you unfriendly if you didn't leave the back door un- in case someone wanted to drop in and borrow something. Those were the memhcr? Benevolent and Protective 3rd to APRJl 8th er Elks of Canada What is an Elk? The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks In Canada ii a fraternal and service organization of a notional charade r, embodying ilie ideals of com- m unity friendship and service Us membership is open ro all honorahle men who believe in o supreme being, law and order, and constitutional What Does Elkdom Do in the Community? Elkdom serves the communily by taking an oclive and intelligent interest in everything that tends to Ihe betterment and a re of the [oca I it it; i; in which its lodges are located. Where Do We Obtain Our Funds? Tho majority of our funds are obtainable from Carnivals, Car Roffles nnd Binges which are open to lodge member! and guests ond Ihc general public. These main projecll nlona vsith small enable the Lelhbridge and Dii- fricl lodgca to done I e in excess of annually 1o needy organizations in our communifiei. Over Ihe years this folal is in exceis of We aro aisiilcd In many of our projects by todies' Auxiliary fo (he B.O.P. Flkj, known as flic Order of (lie Royal Purple. The Elks' Club ii a seif-susraimng bus in en op sc completely aeparale from ihe Lodge, usinq no lorign monies or funds, ond is provided for the enjoyment and fellowship of Elks' mem ben and rhc-ir invited guests, ELK LODGES 1. Elks National Purpie Cross and Deaf Detection Fund 2. Notional and Provincial Organizations 1. Canadian Cancer 4. Muscular Dystrophy 5. TD Christmas Seals 2. Easter Seals 3. Canadian Association 6- Alberta Heart for Mentally Retarded Foundation DISTRICT ELKS WEEK ACTIVITIES 3. Local HELD IN LETHBRIDGE PICTURE BUTTE DAY Exalted Ruler Jerry Johnson TABER DAY Exalted Miyanaga HOCKEY GAME Midget Elki vs Old Timers Henderson lofts Arena B p.m. BARONS DAY Exalted Ruler Hartley Phillips WARNER-MILK RIVER DAY Exalted Rulers Slroman Milk Robison of Milk VMCA YWCA Swim Clubs 1. Viclorinn Order Nuriei 2. Salvation Army 3. Minor Hockey 4. Minor Bascbci LETHBRIDGE DAY Exalted Doughty Presidents Ball OPEN HOUSE 1 p.m. fo 5 p.m. DISTRICT DAY CURLING 10 Officers ol Lcllihridge Curling Rink egular Saturday Nighf ;