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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta w, u -Jkavim, emonatnS VM DEATHS Herman Emil, passed in Cardston on Saturday, August 14, 1971, at tin1 age of 81 years, beloved husband of Francis Manzke of Magralh. Funeral services will be held in the Magralh LDS1 Chapel on Wednesday, August 18th at 2 p.m., with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating: Interment will follow in the Magrath Cem- etery. Those who wish may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. until prior to the service. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. CG869 DEAK John, passed away in Die city on Monday, Augusl lb, 1971 at the age of 87 years, beloved husband of Sirs. Susan Deak, of 515 7 Ave. S. Mr. Deak was born in Hungary on Feb- ruary 16, 1884. He came to Can. ada in 1909 and worked in the mines at HiUcrest. In 1918, he moved to Lethbridge, where he continued to work in the mines until 1927, when he moved to Diamond City, where he farm- ed until 1958, when he retired and moved into Lethbridge, where he resided at Ihe time of his passing. Left to mourn his passing, besides lu's loving wife, Susan, are one daughler, Mrs. Helen Juhas of Medicine Hat; two sons, Ernest of Dia- mond Cily, and Frank of Oshawa. Ontario: six grand- children and seven great- grandchildren one brother, Joe Deak of Lelhbridge and three sisters. Theresa. Julia and Katly, all of Hungary. He was predeceased by one son, John, in 1952. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednesday, August 38 at 3 p.m.. with Rev. G. Pelcs officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Mountain View Cem- etery. Those who wish may pay their respects August 17 (To- night) in Ihe Christensen Cha- pel from 7 to 8 p.m. Chrislen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. CG371 DEATHS WACIITLEIl Passed away in Calgary on Monday, August 1C, 1871, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Elizabeth Marie Wachller, at the age of 80 years of River, beloved wife of Hie late Mr. Joseph Wachller. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C6868 UHL'ZGA Passed away in Ilio city on Saturday, August 14, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Ona Bruzga, at the age of 67 years, Ireloved wife of Mr. Joseph Bnizga of 920 Stafford Drive Prayers ivill be said at p m. on Tuesday Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. The funeral sendee will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, in Martin Bros, MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev. F a t h e r F. McCabc offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, M o u n tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 Street N. phone 328-2361. Martin Bros, Ltd., Directors of the Funeral IN MEMORIAMS WRIGHT In loving mem ory of John Wright, who passed away August 15th, 1953. remembered by his wife Agnes and family. 7606 Service. C6866 SAKAMOTO Yumi. pass- ed away in the city on Sunday, August 15th, 1971, at Ihe age of 87 years, beloved wife of the kte JLr. Kojiro Sakamolo. Mrs. Sakamoto was born in Japan on July 10th. 1884 and came to Canada in 1911, settling in Rus- kin for seven years and then she moved to Pilt meadows, where the family lived until 1942 when (liey moved lo Ta- ber. Alberta from their home in B.C. and where they lived until retiring and moving lo Lellt- bridpe in 1957. where she was residing at the lime of her pass- ing. She leaves to mourn her passing four sons. Masahiro Sakamolo of Lethbiidgc, Ed .Sakamolo of Rcvelstolce. B.C. Ken Sakamoto of Tabor and Wayne Sakamolo of Vancouver, B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. J. Miyada of Taber, 18 grandchil- dren and three great-grandchil- dren. She was predeceased by her husband in 1961; three grandchildren and a great- grandchild. Wake and funeral service will be held in the Lcth- bridge Buddhist Church (13 Ave. and 13 St. North) on Wed- nesday, August 18th, 197J at 7 p.m., with Rev. S. Kosaka and Rev. Y. Izumi conducting the service. Burial service will be held Thursday morning in the Christensen Chapel (327 10 St. S.) at 10 a.m. and interment will follow in the Mountain V i e w Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Di- rectors of Funeral Service. CC870 FUNERALS DU1IAMEL Funeral ser vice for Francis Maurice Du- hamel, who died Tuesday, Aug- ust 10, 1971 at the age ol 81 years, was held at 2 p.m Sat- urday, Aug. 14, at the Oliver Funeral Home, Grande Prai- rie, Canon Wilkinson officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Ivan Steve, Bill Watson, John Inge- bert, Don McRea, Ron Gru- berl and James Lawrence. HOLOBOFF Funeral ser- vice for Helen Holoboff, who died at Taber Thursday, Aug. 12, 1971, at the age of 01 years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 16, 1971, in Humphries Fu- neral Chapel with Robert Whit ock officialing. Pallbearers were Gordon Mair. Edward and Ronald Odland, Ken Schneider, Jim Culver and Bill Holoboff, Jr. Interment was in the Vauxhall Cemetery. Hum- phries Funeral Chapel, Taber, was in charge of the arrange- ments. KOOS Funeral service for Mrs. Mary (Kara) Koos, who died at Taber. Saturday. Aug. 14. 1971. at the age of 60 years, was held at a.m. Monday, Aug. 16, 1971, in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Burke Hoschka the cele- brant. Honorary pallbearers were Tony and Frank Megyes, James Astolof, Louis Racz, Joe Chomany and Gary Matolsci. Active pallbearers were Joe, Elmer and Edward Megyes, Leslie Chomany, Alex Astolof and Bob Hetcsy. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Gar- dens. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, was in charge of BEARD In loving mem 017 of our only son and broth er, Pilot Officer Ted Beard RCAF, who gave his life in ac live service August 17, 1944 and buried at Harrogate, York shiie. Away on that beautiful nil of God, In that garden of peace so rare, Sometime, some day, some shining hour, We shall find you waiting there. 1 w a y s remembered by mum. dad and Grace. 7750 loving menr ory of Tom Dugdale, who pass- ed away Aupist 15, 1970. To hear your voice, to see you smile, To sit and talk with you awhile, To be logetber in the same old way, Would be our dearest wish loday. remembered and deeply loved by Jock, Pete, Derna, Lucille and Echo Dugdale and Blair, Margar- et and Dean Wihnan. 7641 CUTFOHTH jn lovtig memory of a dear father and grandfather, Charles Ashlin Cutforth, who passer! away Au- gust 15, 1970. We do not need a special day to bring you to our minds The we do not think of you an, very hard to find. They say time all sorrow, and helps us to forget, But time! so far has only proven, how much we miss you yet. God gave us strength la carry on and courage to face the blow But what it meant to lose you. no one wBl ever know. To know we nn.vcr sale' will always bring regret, But the hearts (tat loved you dearly, are the ones that won't forget remembered and sadly missed by son Stan, Geneva, Brent and Faye anj daughter Cheryl, Bill, and Billie Harrington.1 7645 Stalling charge denied Tuesday, Auguil 17, 1971 THE IETHBRID6E HERAtD 17 Auto makers adjust to competition CARDS OF THANKS PETERSEN With deepest appreciation to each and every- one of mir friends, relative? and neighbors, who sent flowers, cards, attended the services, prrvided refreshments and who called to air! us in our tune of bereavement Thank vou all The Albert Pelersen, Mils am} Mplvin families. 7887 STRETCH STITCHES WILDE express our deep appreoialion lo all who were so kind to us in our re- cent bereavement; for the flow- ers. visils. cards anil food. Sno- (hanks to Ihe doclor ;inrl staff; nlso Ihe Chrislenso SWISS MAD! GET THE FACTS (Iff. 18 age ELNA I e r o d Jtrttch Stllchei. Mow compiUfori art gsttlnQ txcltid 7. Our 1736 (15 SUPPRMAriC i do more than ovr ci ptllloti' 1971 rnodtli. EAfT. Th FHVI. M MATIC li rond thi DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU TRY Far dimonitrallon nntact SEWING CBNTW 401 Slh SrnMI South J77-II77 EDMONTON (CP) Lou Hyndmiui, Progressive Conser- vative candidate in the Aug. 30 provincial election, says his party has been unable to pro- vide a panel member for a fo- rum on the environment be- cause its plans are set so far ahead. The candidate in Edmonton Glenora said parly candidates find it is "no easy matter to reschedule their activities." However, he said the party ivill lie represented al the fo- rum this Friday. Mr. llyndman was speaking in atiMver lo charges by the Committee for' an Independent Canada that the Progressive Consprralii-es were stalling in providtnR n panelist. The CIC, an independent group concerned with foreign mon Funeral for (heir special! ownership of natural resources considerations. I industries, is organizing the fo- Floyd Wilde and fam- i ill-. 'Sailor cleared in rape ease SYDNEY, Australia (Renter) A 23-year-old Polish sailor was found not guilty today of raping atid indecently assault- ing Australian Olympic swim- mer Dawn Fraser. Boleslaw Lcszczynski, 52, a sinker-seaman from Ihe molor- ship Tenos, had pleaded not Ruilly to three charges which arose front alleged incidents aboard the Tcnos when it was berthed in Sydney May 22, Dismissing charges of rape, indecent assault and indecency, Mnjtislrnlc (i. Smyth said the evidence "lacked Ihe degree o[ c o g c n e y" which should be presented in such serious charges. Wo vrish In send our1 sipcoro thanks In all our many friends and ncirrh- bnrs for the ranis, wreaths, flowers nnd Kindness shown all the family and relalivos dur- ing Ihe bereavement of our .son, Richard. We would also like to lltonk Hie warden, life guards and olhors who allended our son at Park Lake; also Rev. Fields, ambulance allendanls. doclors, and staff at St. Michael's. II was very much npnrccinlorl. Our special (hanks 'o Marilyn Draglnnd rind Marion Kollt for Iheir kindnoss shown. Also special Ihanks goes mit In Fallipr n. Marion and Chris- Salmon Funeral Home. -Mario, Helen Blnzcjak tmd family. 7780 By BUD JOIir.ENSKN Canadian Cress SI.iff IVriler The cyclical pattern of auto- mobile model changes devel- oped by North American com- panies seems lo be changing rapidly as they adjust to foreign competition, particularly from the Japanese. The traditional round o[ an- nouncements ot price increases has begun with General Motors making an early announcement. The schedule now indicates an- nouncements from the various companies will he spread over a period of almost two months. At one time they were only a few days apart. Prices are higher but compar- isons are difficult as most mod- els have additional equipment as standard, partly to meet new safety and pollution control reg- ulations. One of the Japanese produc- largely ig- nored the North American pat- tern. Toyotas are distributed in Canada by Canadian Motor in- dustries Ltd. (CMI) and now I are the top-selling import. Hector Dupuis, CMI sales manager, says the Corolla line will stay the same until the end of this year and Jt maybe early next year before Ihere are changes in the Corona line. Mr. Dupuis said price changes this lall in these two popu- lar not likely. COST S900 srOBE Toyota introduced a new, more expensive Cclica Canada in May and brought in restyled Crown models in Julj. rices on the crown mod- els went up by between S800 and S900 but the new line is larger and has more standard equipment. Prices released by all manu- facturers arc suggested retail prices. Toyota surpassed al] other im- ports in monthly sales for the first time in June and Mr. du- puis predicts they will be ahead on sales for the year by the end of August. Datsuns and Volkswagens have had annual model changes but their styling alterations hpve been minimal in previous years compared with North Amciican models. Nissan Auto Co. (Canada) Lid. began on July 22 deliver- ing 1972 models to dealers. Price increases range between S20 and but rear-window defrosters and automatic chokes will be included as standard equipment on the 1972 models. Volkswagen Canada Ltd. has tentatively scheduled introduc- tion of 1972 models for Oct. the time of the year when most new models were introduced a tew years ago. The company says current plans arc to an- nounce prices a few days before that date. General Motors of Canada Ltd. says prices of its 1972 mod- els will average more, in- cluding options the company es- timates the average buyer wilj purchase. GM released individual model prices more than a month ahead of schedule and got the jump on North American com- petitors by announcing it would allow dealers to make sales as soon as deliveries are made. A spokesman said the company will begin making deliveries Ibis week. Ford Motor Co. ol Canada Ltd. lias already begun deliv- eries of 1972 Pinlos and Cortinas lo dealers and the present j schedule is for formal introduc- tion of Die remainder of the cars on Sept. 24. Price of the Pinto went up by and Ford says the average increase for other models is expected to be 4.9 per cent. American Motors (Canada) Ltd. has scheduled formal intro- duction for Sept, 21 and Chrys- ler Canada Ltd. says it plans to have its new models available in showrooms on Sept. 28. Nei- ther company has tnsde price announcement. There have been frequent mid-year model introductions recently. The American Motors Gremlin was introduced early last spring. The ford which was first assembled at the St. Thomas, Ont., plant last August was out ahead of the rest of the Ford cars last year. PADblE YOUR OWN CANOE Have a yen to paddle your own canoe? 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Open Daily 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Contra Village. Tolophona 328-9231. ;