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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Irunera BIRTH SCARROW Mr. and Mrs. Brian Calgary are pleased to announce the birth of their James Brian on July 1S73. Weight six Ibs. 9 ozs. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs-. Hugh Christie. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. E. Christie and Mr. James Barrett all of Lethbridge. 7038 DEATHS SLOBODA Passed away in the city on July Mr. Joseph Sloboda at the age of 70 beloved hus- band of Mrs. Bernardina Slo- boda of Warner. Requiem Mass be celebrated in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church on Thursday at 10.30 with Rev. Father Don O'D-wyer cele- brant. Interment will follow in the Warner Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church from a.m. until just prior to the service. MAR- TIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C1011 LOFT Passed away in the city on July following a brief illness. Mrs. Anna Meta Loft at the age of 81 beloved wife of Mr. Al- bert Loft of Milk Hiver. The fu- neral service will be held on Thursday at 1pm. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in Milk River Cemetery. BROS. Direct- ors of the Funeral Service. C1012 PLETT passed ay ay in Coaldale on Sunday. July 28th. 1973 at the of 79 beloved wife of the late Cornelius Plett of Coaldale. Fu- neral services will be held in the Coaldale Mermonite Breth- ren Church on August 3rd at 2 p with John Dueck officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Coaldale Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME Direct- ors of Funeral Services. C1010 NIELSON Passed away in the city on July following a lengthy ill- Mr. Nels Christian Niel- fion at the age of 79 be- loved husband of Mrs. Anatu Christine Nielsen of 522 24th St. 3. Born in the late Mr. Nielson came to Canada to Tur- in in where he home- steaded and farmed. He moved to Lethbridge in 1964 and has resided here until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by five sisters and two brothers in Denmark The funeral service will be held on Friday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13tih St. with Rev. A. T. Sing officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEM- ORIAL 703 13th St. N phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C1013 FUNERALS RICE Requiem mass for George Edward Antony beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Catherine Rice of 1280 4th Ave. S. who died in the city Tues- July after a long illness at the age of 84 was said at a.m. Friday in the Assumption Ro- man Catholic Church with Rev. M. Gillis. the celebrant. Rev. R. Griffin. OMI. delivered the homilv. Pallbearers were J. A. W. P. David- D. G. T. 0. L D MaoLean and A. J. Cullen. Interment was in the Mount section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Ser- was in charge of tire ar- rangements. DONALCHUK Requiem mass for Mrs. Anna Donal- once beloved by the late Alex Donalchuk and a native daughter of who died in the city July at the age of 85 was said at a.m. July in the St. Peter and St. Paul Greek Church with Rev. R. Zuback the celebrant. Pall- bearers were grandsons Bob Ted Paul and Michael Tarnawski. and Ray- mond and Lawrence Ccndra- was in the fam- ily plot in Mount Calvary ssction of Mountain View Cem- eto-y. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Directors of funeral was in charge FUNERALS CORDEIRO Requiem mass for Joseph beloved son cf Mr. and Mrs. J. Edmond Cnrdsiro of 2906 13th Ave. S. who died suddenly at Waterton Lakes National Park Wednes- July at the age of 12 was said at 9 a.m. Saturday in Assumption Roman Catholic Church with Rev. C. Lynch the celebrant. Pallbear- ers were Lucas Men- ino Ronald B. Peter- Urban J. L. Leon- ard Lapointe Constantine V. Correia. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Directors of. Fu- neral was in charge of the arrangements. DIETRICH Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Elizabeth Criesh- ton who died in the city July after a long illness at the age of 64 was held at 3 p.m. Wed- nesday in Martin Bros. Mem- orial 783 13th St. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Bill and Frank and Virce Gordon Dudley and Earl Armour. Interment was in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Direct- ors of Funeral was in charge cf the arrangements. ONDRIK Reauiem mass for Timctny Michael beloved son of Mrs. Helane On- drik and the late Mr. Joseph A. Ondrik of 1105 16th St. N. who died suddenly at July at the ace of 14 vears. was said at a.m. Thursday in the As- sumption Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Dick Wahl the celebrant. Pallbearers were Dwteht Barry Seaman. Dwaine Effger. Leonard and Fabian Weinscki and Pat Mid- dleton. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Moun- tain View Cemetery Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. SCHNARR Funeral service for Alexander A. Sen- who died July was held p.m. Wednes- July in Trinity United Fort with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiat- ing. Honorary pallbearers were Lloyd Buster Brat- -Toe Bert and Pete Pederesn. Active pall- bearers were Jim Furman. Bob Edge Mohr. Kerrn. Stav Ted Thaell. Interment was in the Union Cemetery at Fort Mac- leod. Lillian McLean was organ- ist and Rhona Thaell was solo- ist. Eden's Funeral Home Fort Directors of Fu- neral was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERAL DIXSON Funeral service for J. Russell beloved hvsband of Mrs. Emma C. Dix- eon of RR No. 1 Foremost who died suddenly at Foremost July at the age of 52 was held at p.m. Thursday in the Fore- most United Church with Rev. 0. R. Hodge officiating. The de- a president of the Fore- most branch of the Royal Can- adian was honored with a Legion graveisde serivce. Ac- tive pallbearers were Charles Bill Tony Floyd Snortland and Sidney and Swede Black. Honorary pall- bearers were Legion members Harry Hugh Edwin and Glen Fred Harry George Haugan and Carl Gerke. Interment was in the Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors of Funer- al was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS CANTWELL To the many friends and co-workers who act- ed in lieu of to the Hunt Clinic and staff of First Main at St. to all those who by their many kindnesses. will and compassion assisted my Mrs. Maude Cantwell and myself dur- ing her recent illness and sub- sequent passing. 1 can only of- fer the inadequate words and hope that all the wonderful persons involved will realize I mean much more. Dot Taylor 7039 WARNOCK Funeral ser- vice for Arthur David Warnick. Picture Butte resident who died in the city July after a long illness at the age of 66 was held at I p.m. July in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Alvin end Earl Wamock. Char- lie Mickey Art Good and Pete Crow. In- terment was in Archrnount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. ONDRIK Requiem mass for Joseph Anthony Ondrik. be- loved husband of Mrs. Helane Ondrik of 1105 St. N. who died suddenly at Kipp July at the of 50 was said at am. Thursday in the Assumption Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Dick Wahl the celebrant. Pallbearers were Tony Michael Skaronski William John and Stanley Ondrik and Don Atwell. Inter- ment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Direct- ors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. NEUFELD Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Anna be- loved wife of the late Mr. Aron Neufeld who died at Coaldale July at the age of 73 was held at 2 p.m. the following Thursday in the Mennonite Conference with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Pall- bearers were Victor and Alexander Ger- hard and Erich Neufeld and Frank Klassen. Interment was in the Coaldale Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Directors of Fu- neral was in charge of Churchill Polish domination part oi Soviet Asian support LONDON Wartime papers of Sir Winston Churchill made public today show that he agreed in 1S44 to Soviet domina- tion of Poland in exchange for Joseph Stalin's support of Brit- ish interests in the Far East and the Mediterranean. The documents show that Churchill feared that the Na- tionalist with United States might seize Hong Kong. The revelations appear in pre- viously-secret reports on the visit by Churchill and Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden to Moscow in after failing to set asxeement from President Franklin Roosevelt on the future of Britain's East Asian enrotre. Churchill apparently was pre- pared to concede Soviet he- gemony over the ally that took Britain into the if Stalin would back Britain's ef- forts to regain Hong Kong and remain the leading power in the Mediterranean. Stalin agreed. SECTION MISSING The papers were released 18 months after other wartime documents kept on the secret IN MEMORIAM MAXWELL In 1 ov i n g memory of my husband. Ross who passed away August 1972. Every day in some small way Memories of you keep coming my way. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Shurli. 7015 Assassination to be probed Pres- ident Salvador Allende of Chile has named a soecial commis- sion of police ond military in- telligence agents to investigate the brutal Assassination of his military aide-de-camp. The whose govern- j ment has indirectly blamed the Fatherland and Liberty orsan- a clandestine neo-Fas- I cist for Friday's said the commission includes officers of the intelligence ser- vices of the prmy. navy and air forca. as well as police investi- gators. In a communique Friday issued as thousands of citizens filed past the coffin of navy Capt. Arturo Pe- ters. the armed forces de- manded punishment of the kill- ers with the rigor of the law list for 30 years. Officials said the delay was due to the dis- order in which the papers were found. But one section of Hie file dealing with con- between Churchill and Stalin was and of- ficials said they could not ex- plain the disappearance. The report of the Moscow talks also put a new light on one item m Churchill's war memoirs. The memoirs suggest that he tried to get the Polish government-in-exile in London to fly to Moscow for talks on the future of Poland. The new papers show that Churchill told Stalin the anti-Communist Poles could be forced into accepting a fait accompli if they were brought to Moscow once Russia and Britain had made a deal. The papers show Stalin and Churchill also agreed to spheres of influence in toe Balkans. The Soviets were to get the domi- nant position in Hun- gary and Bulgaria while Britain was to be dominant in Greece. Influence in Yugoslavia was to be shared equally. 'Money talks conciliatory' WASHINGTON Fi- nance Minister John Turner of Canada reported Tuesday thai the tone of a two-day inter- national monetary conference here was and con- ciliatory and and said he believes there was prog- ress in moving toward a re- formed world currency system. He that work on the new system will have to go beyond a scheduled meeting of the International Monetary Fund in Nair- obi in late September. obvious that it's going to carry forward into Turner told a news conference at the Canadian embassy before returning to Ottawa. I also believe the gen- eral consensus was that the thrust of this exercise will have to come to a conclusion in he added. The Washington meeting was of a Ejroun called the Committee cf involving principally the ma- jor Western industrial countries and some representatives of the under-developed world but with observers from virtually all 120 members of the IMF. WANTS INFLATION STUDY Turner that the IMF establish a task force to study the inflation which is infecting all of the in- dustrial and make recommendations for dealing with it. He listed the major areas he said the conference The issues included means to determine when a country's bal- ance of payments is seriously out of and how the imba- lance can be the role of gold and of the so-called per drawing rights or a reformed how to convert national reserves of other countries' cur- rencies into SDRs. and the link to be established between SDRs and aid to under-developed countries. Asked to say what conclusions the meeting had reached on each of the Turner in- dicated that most of them were regarded as for solution or still need a deal of The committee of 20 will meet again at Nairobi just before the September conference of the IMF. In the the com- mittee's deputies will meet in Paris in a further attempt to narrow the alternatives on which political decisions must be made. Augim 1T7J rm miimiuvi mwiv Skylab crews face new peril CAPE Fla. One of the top U.S. space doctors has warnel that the Skylab astronauts face a new peril from prolonged hearts. Dr. CharljB director of life sciences for the U.S. space disclosed Sunday night that previous US. astronauts returned to earth with their hearts an average three per cent smaller than before they went into space. His disclosure was the first time the space agency has re- vealed the extent of the prob- Dr. Berry said In an inter- view that checks on previous astronauts have shown there was no effisct on their health and performance in the months following relatively short space flights. it is obvious there are big question marks about what would happen on much longer he said. The first Skylab crew who spent 28 days in the ipace lion suffered some muscle atro. caused by not I'sing in their legs. MISSION IMPORTANT Dr. Berry want to know how the cardiovascular system is going to respond for the long haul. That's why I fed the 59-day mission is going to be more important medically than the 28-day Dr. Berry said the hearts of U.S. astronauts became con- sistently smaller after space ex- peditions. Exactly how much ot this loss wae cardiac muscle was not known. Some of the shrinkage was due to heart fluid loss which built up again after return to earth. question is are they los- ing cardiac be we really did loss cardiac muscle and found it was inter- fering with the heart's re- I'd be Foreign leaders to meet Nixon WASHINGTON For- eign-policy talks with two major Pacific allies lie ahead this week for President Nixon as the leaders of Japan and Australia flew to Washington for separate meetings. Prime Minister Gough Whit- lam of who came to the United States without a for- mal was scheduled to meet with Nixon today. Premier Kakuei Tanaka of Japan will begin two days of talks Tuesday. who has differed with U.S. policy since he took office last is ex- pected to ask for control of a U.S. naval base in his country used to communicate with Po- laris submarines. He also wants U.S. support of Australian protests over French nuclear testing in the South Pa- cific and recasting of the South- east Asia Treaty Organization he says has become moribund. Whitman will leave Tuesday for where he will at- tend the conference of Com- monwealth beads of govern- ment. Tanaka will meet with Nixon for the second time in a year on his eight-day visit. security and energy problems are ex- pected to be among the main topics of discussion with Tan- aka. Four swim river Germany Four East 20 and 30 years old slipped through the border control sys- tem and then swam 150 yards across the Elbe River to West Germany. 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