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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta UETHSaiDGS HSRAID Mondey, Dumber 4, 1972 j-unerals, Of Jn JM, SMITH Passed z Saysaond on Sunday. Decem- ber 2, IS72. foDowing a brief ill- cess. Mrs. Edna Berroagh Smith the age 81 years of Ravmotd. beloved wife of the Iste ilr. Stanley Alfred Smith- Bora 2nd raised in Strsthroy, Ontario, the late Mrs. Smith came West to Meirille, Sas- katchewan in 1515. then to Yorsicn, where she resided for three years, laser moving to Saskatoon. In 1S69 she cane to Eaynazid, she has re- sided Tp-.rn massing. Sbs is survived by sens. Hen of Letcbridse and Ted of FTa'Tfgx; sz grssccfnldrsz. A graveside: service "siH be held csi Tues- December 5. at aJU-. Rgv. R. L.' Crlsfield offl- ciatmg. JLLRTIN' BROS. LTD.. i Directors of Ftmeral Service. C5S71 Passed AE5STSONG 1S72, Jessie GCTCCE Armstrong. cebved cf Alfred Arm- strong of PIncher Creek. Born e: irises. Dakota, ice fg-ggfrt school for many years in the Sasiiaiche- district. After her marriage to Mr. Armstrong they ncved to Pincher Creek, where she has resided her death. She vas an active member ct the Pin- cher Creek United Chnrca and keenly gagresed in aH eom- mimiry activities. A past "vPortfcy gap-fin cf the Order cf the Eastern Star asd a life mem- ber of tbe Canadian Jied Cress, She is also scrvived sens. Stewart Calgary. iujw-. arc of Montreal; cce daughter, ifrs. 2. (Sessie) Archibaid of "Pftrrip-vi Oregon: siz grand- -The ror-erai service vas held in Pincher Creek. tTisied Church. en Monday (to cay) at 2 p_m_. Bev. S. Potman Iserasest in. Fair- view cemetery. FunersI ar- ransemerES hv SDSTS FIT-' 5ZHAL EGMS LIB., Pscher Creek. i BICHMYEE Passed away is. the city on Friday. Becem- her i, 1212 fdkwing a' brief ill- regg, iirs. H a c h e I Lee 2ics> jnyer, at the age cf S2 years, cf 2Gi ISfch Avespe SouSi, 'fce- loved of fee iaife 3Ir, Wairer E- Elcksiyer. 2oni snd raised 'is Greernvccd, ECKHS, toe Ists Mrs, s07-ed to ford, AHserta in 1SB and in IS64 sieved to Leo-bridge to live wSfe her daughter aai hss re- sifted here until her psssing. She is survived by oze" danaE- ter, J. T. (SSsxcte) sac, cf eight grsaf- sod ntne Besides ber beloved; inssbsnd Vrto predeceased her I in 1964 she was also prede-; ceased by one dssgbcer. Mrs, Alice Esrtrnaa la 'Oje fa- serai service "wSI be 'held at PJSL oa Tuesdav m MAE-: TIN BEOS. 3fflSMDBIAL CHAP- EL, 15th Street Eev, A. T. omcistfa tercoent -wHI in the ife' Plot, MsCTtaia view" Cem- ctery. Trsose who "wisti isay eo to fee charity of coocs. Friends raay pay their respects ite MEaVlbEIAL CHAFEL. 703 Street North. Phcce MAEIBr BEOS. LTIX, Directors Funeral Ser- vice. JAMES Passed stid-: denry ia the city on Friday. De- cember i, 2372, Mrs. Mary Be- i James, at tfce sse of 5S years, beloved Mr.: George Jsxoes 432 I2fe St.; North. Ecara asd raised, in lasd. Late Mrs. James earae to Lefebridgfe in 1328 and also leafed in Mirror Landing, Aita. i for two years. For the psst; numbeic of years she has assist-; IJCT fausband with his duties at Galbraith Scbooi. Besides. ber loving husband, she is sur- vived by two sens. Fred G. Jasies of Calgary and .Jack James of Lethfcridge; five1 daDghters. Miss Lil G. Mrs, 7. (Marie) .Pitt Jr., Mrs.; A. Fournier. an of Leth-; bridge, Mrs. fDianr.e) Lil-: lennt cf Delta. B.C., Mrs. R. (Joan) vlgfa of Lethbridge: 21 grasdcbiidrea, one great-grsrid- child; coe sister, >Lrs. Alice; Cross is England ar.d three: brothers, Mat Sands, Tom Sands and Leslie Sands, all in England. The funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Tues- day, December 5th, 1572, in Martin Bros, Memorial Chapel.; 763 13th Street North, with R. L. Cnsflefd officiating. Inter-; aaent wi'l fcHow Li Mcttntain View Ceraetery. Those who; may pay their respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th; Street Jforth. Phone 523-23gL: MARTJN BROS, LTD., Direc- tors 01 Funeral DEATH DUNBAR Passed avay at Fort Madeod on Friday, De- cember i, 1S72T 3l2bel Mary Dtmbar. aged S4 years of rort Macieod. Bom in EV, Micnesota. she came to Ten Macleod in 1297. isrbere she Earned James Dunbar. They rancbed in the Sprirg Poin: srea for years, isier rs- tirss to Fort MacLscc, Surviv- ed by one grsriddaugster. ilrs. A. (Maijorie) Simpson of Cal- gary. gresr-gfariCcMldren. Jruzercl services be bsl-d ii esday. st 2 p.m.. Peter Usion Ceseiery. Funeral ar- rsngezneits by ZDEX'S FU- ZsESAL SOUS LTD. Fcrt C5567 DEATH i PAXKHURST Leah C.j passed away in the city on; Sunday. December 3, 1972. at I the age of 61 years, beloved of Ernest J. Pankhurst. of i 715 10 St. S. Funeral arrange-1 TdH be aarususcsd completed C H RISTENSEX! S.-jAlOX HOjIE; LTD.. Directors of fimeral razssments. C58S3 CARD OF THANKS ROTH I Ish to the octors, nnrses. arid staff; me tfcs three there; also the Pars Plaza staff, my rsia-; tives ard friends fcr the cards 3nc visits. IN MHMORIAM EOTHE In loving of Robert C., who passed December 4. 1S64. They say that win ease the pain, arc help us to forget, But time so far has sho'Am. ho'w' much 'Te miss you jet. vTe miss yocr smil-e. your voice, yocr talk, the things you used to do, e miss toe we -i2.c, Dtx moctiy we miss ilom and cad "0" SGG fg-Trfry Sxve, Gerry ssd Bradley. Confrontation shaping up Coin thieves between Washington, press hit twice By JD1 ETLLPATPJCK W YORK Not sirce the esriiest days of the United States .hss there been a tadon the press 'rt shaping up across the nsnec 3.7 nui-icn bines ini tee United States. r uelkd by taro recent Sa- 1 oreme Court actions, yirss- jcuicrs arji legislative bodies 'are chipping at the First Amendment to the "U.S. con- stitution. "hich SSTS Ocssress shall make lio abridging 1 Ore reporter already has 20 cays in jail and an- j other irtent behind bars briefly ilast -week, both fee refssins to (reveal confiderrtia! 1 sources Several others may soon ilany observers trace the eur- "effete srjcbs" cotiteiic hs esires I that, in the key 5-io-i Court vote, ail four of the jus- itices appointed by President j Mxon voted against the press. I That decisic-; came last Jtsse ;29 and involved three separate j cases in vrtnch jonmaists had refosed to assurer coestions be- grand juries. All had ar- .'gued, in effect, that the public ouM be the bser in the kng run if they were forced to idea- :tify sources and drvnige makers recsivei in Bridge :an I of the lia to to of courts tansea a called before a! over a story abyjt j rk Housing Author-! Jersey. Ee vras held e are i weekend break-fas that re- for refus- forv jury i coin set, a Kennedy five ssd a bag of sev- -eraj ?oJJs ghartge vrere taken i NOTHIN'G SPEOAL _3at the court decided that the First Ajsencfnest prtrnded no sDecial izsniuniry to the ursss in conceding that it TTSS irraiionai" to suggest that ruling -srould lead EO some said esfenates of this effect diverges: and to a great eziect spec-datrrg." Tbe Srst reporter to go to iaS, Psler 3ridgs. ss'd the rul- ing hit at the heart cf the jotr- prcfessioc. ;maiocer of the grand terra, tamed oat to be days. The secoai ;sent to jail TJ-SS "WSiam T, j Farr, now a reporter for the jLos Angeles Smss. ?rho cor- r STSG cfi-fe icsr trial for the Los Angeles 1 During the coarse of the trial. Farr obtained a