Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, December 24, 1970 IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 JJeatlts, (Lards Of DEATHS SCHMOLD Passed away in Coaldale on Wednesday, De- cember 23, 1970, Mrs. Lydia Schmold, at llie age of 45 years, loving wife of Mr. Benjamin Schmold, of Coaldale. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral 'Service. C1797 SMALL Passed away in Cardston on Wednesday, De- cember 23, 1970, Adrian Small Face, aged 27 years, beloved son of Luke Small Face of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Anglican Church on Tuesday, December 29 at 11 a.m., Rev. A. McCueig offici- ating. Interment in the Blood Band Cemetery. A wake ser- vice will be held in St. Paul's Anglican Church on Monday at 7 p.m. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd. Pincher Creek. C179 AKITT Isabella Florence Akitt, age 84 years, Carman- gay. Born Liverpool, England, came to Carmangay district 19i3. Member of Anglican Church Survived by sister-in- law, Mrs. Elizabeth Akitt, Car- juangay; two nieces and two nephews. Sendees at Em manuel Anglican Church, Car- mangay, Saturday p.m. FatKer E. W. Clark officiating Vulcan Funeral Home, is ii charge of arrangements. C1794 McLEOD Passed away in Claresholm on Monday, De- cember 21, 1970, Winnifred Jes- sie McLoed, aged 84 years, o! Pincher Creek. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home. Pincher Creek Monday, December 28 at p.m., with Rev. K. Jordan offic iating. Interment, Fairview Ce- metery. Friends who wish may donate to the United Church Memorial Fund, care of Mrs Elizabeth MeLeod. Funeral ar rangements by Eden's Funera' Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C179 BTRD Passed away Pincher Creek on Wednesday December 23, 1970, Reginald Bird, aged 81 years of Pincher Creek. Born in Basingstoke England, where he was edu cated arid served as an appren tice as a florist. He came t Pincher Creek in 1907 am worked in the district until 191 where he married Gertrud Vance in Fishburn and the farmed in the Robert Kerr dis trict. Mrs. Bird predecease him in 1945. Survived by on son, Wilmer (Bill) Bird of Pin cher four daughters Mrs. W. (Marion) Bagg, Trai B.C., Mrs. A. (Lilian) King Vancouver, Mrs. E. (Dorothy Kettles, Pincher Creek, Mrs C. (Anne) Lyncc, Nanaimo B.C., 21 grandchildren eight great-grandchildren. Th funeral service will be held i St John's Anglican Church o Monday at 3 p.m., Rev. R Hunt officiating. Interment i Fairview Cemetery. Funera Arrangements by Eden's F neral Home Ltd., Pinche Creek. KOENEN Passed away the city suddenly on Wedne day, December 23, 1970, M Ivan Grover Koenen, at th age of 41 years, loving son Mrs. Ila Koenen, of No. Three Lafferty Block. Bora and ed cated in Lethbridge the la Mr. Koenen spent most of h life in Victoria returning Lethbridge in 1966. For the pa three years he had been ei ployed by Prebuilt Manufa iurers until his retirement di to ill health in May of th year. Besides Ins loving mot er he is survived by one daug ter, Miss Lynn Paulette Koene of Australia; one sister, Mi W. (Bernice) Garner of Seatt and one brother, Stanley Koenen of Edmonton. The f neral service will be held p.m. on Monday, Decen her 28 at Martin Bros. Chap 812 3 Avenue, with Re R. W. K. Elliott officiatin (Please note courtesy parki rear of Interment w follow in Mountain View Cera tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Dire tors of Funeral Service. C17 ,vicn A I FUNERAL IIAGRN Funeral service r Mrs. Annie Hagen, native lighter of Stavanger, Mor- ay, and resident of Carman- y who died at Bow Island onday, Dec. 21, 1970, after a ng illness at the age of 67 ears, was held at p.m. hureday, Dec. 24, 1970, in the nchant Lutheran Church with ev. G. Henderickson offici- Aig. Pallbearers were uave odie, Calvin Seebeck, Chester degard, Max Baldwin, Har- d Jones and Adolph Shu- aker. Interment was in the nchant Cemetery. Martin ros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- eral Service, was in charge of e arrangements. CHRISTMAS CARDS CARDS OF THANKS BOURGEOIS I would like thank all those who helped the lovely retirement dinner. lecial thanks to Eva Gilborn id 'Vi Amen. Bourgeois. 1381 RAW I wish to thank the aft of the Little Bow Hospital, armangay, for a pleasant stay bile I was hospitalized and for e good care I received. Greeting, Wilfred. 1398 JOHNSTON I would like to lank the Royal Canadian Le- lon for their kindness in look- ig after my brothers funeral nd also thank my friends for leir sympathy and kindnesses. Murray 1411 SINCLAIR For the kind- ess and care given me at the me of my accident, I would ke to thank the doctors of the unt Clinic, nurses and staff of Michael's Hospital, second oor; also the management nd staff of Beny Chev. Olds.; riends and relatives for visits, dfts and various kindnesses, .gain "Thank you" and sea- on's greetings to all. Sinclair. 1399 RODOWITZ Ted Rodowitz wishes all his relatives and friends a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. 1389 LEISTER Joyful Christ- mas an Happy New Year. Marv and Fred Leister. 1 C1787 DOKAM Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to my friends, relatives and business acquaintances. Doram. 1242-21 III NEIGHBOR CLUB The Hi Neighbor Club would like to wish all, near and far, a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy Year. 1401 IN MEMORIAMS SAISEY In loving memory of V. E. (Bush) Sabey, who passed away December 24, 1900 remembered by his wife Helen; Don and Kar- leen and family; Guy and Arlene and family; Evelyn and Gary and family; Sherry and Morris and family. 1392 CRAIK To all our friends and relatives a Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year. and Mrs. W. Craik and family. 1402 RICHARDS Merry Christ- mas to all our friends and ac- quaintances and may the best be yours in the coming year. Richards Owen, Max- ine, Jim, Tim, Jeff and Tom. 1389 GERTSON AND OLSON We sincerely wish all our friends a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Gep'uson and Gunnar Olson. 1384 ONDRIK We wish to ex- tend a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year to all our friends and relatives. and Helen Ondnk and family. 1385 YUCYTUS We would like to wish all our friends and rel- atives a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prospeous New Year. Diane. CHRISTMAS CARDS STANKO We would like to wish our friends and relatives Very Merry Christmas and Eappy New Year. and Vera Stanko. 1349-24 MOORE To all my friends md relatives a Very Merry hristmas and a Prosperous New Year. Bernie Moore. 1347-24 FILATOFF I would like' to wish all my relatives and friends a Very Merry Christmas and Jlessed New Year. of a 1EK In !o dear wife and mother Doris Maier, who passed away December Z4, 1969. One sad and lonely year has passed, Since cm- great, sorrow fell, The shock that we received that day, No one can ever tell. Gone from us, her loving fan And pleasant cheerful ways A heart that won so man' friends, In happy bygone days. Dear Lord forgive a silent tea And a constant wish that sh were here. remembered by he husband Bill and family. 1406 ORSTEN In loving mem- cry of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Happy Orsten, who passed away December 24, 1968. A cluster of beautiful mem- ories Sprinkled with a million tears. Wishing God had spared you, Just a few more years. In our hearts your memory lingers Always tender, fond and (rue. There's not a day goes by We do not think of you. We laugh, we smile, we play the part. But behind it all lies a broken heart. __Lovingly sad'v missed by his wife Isabel; daughters, Cathie; so.is Pat, Rick and Sandy; daughters- :n-law Marj' and Evelyn and grandson Randy. 1405 Laird orders Laurie, Kurt and 1400 PETERSEN To all rela- tives acd friends, we wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous Mew Year. W Petersen and family. OKUTAKE A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our friends and rel- atives. Okutake and fami.y. 1 1404 KIMURA Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year to all our friends and relatives. George and Nancy Kimura 1341-24 KATAN Nick and Esther vish to extend a Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year to ill then- friends and relatives. l243-24h GRISMER Season's Greet- ngs to all our friends and as- sociates. Stella, Kelly. Sharon and 1360-24 and family 1308-28 VAN RUN A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all my friends, neighbors and relatives. -Mrs. J. M. Van Rijn, Coaldale 1361 COYNE We extend our sin- cere heartfelt wishes to our friends and relatives for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. leader freed SALINAS, Calif. (AP) Farm labor leader Cesar Chavez was free today to spend Christmas with his family after 20 days in a jail cell for con- tempt of court in a continuing lettuce boycott. The California Supreme Court Wednesday ordered Chavez re- leased on his own recognizance pending a hearing by the high court on his claim that an in- junction he was accused of vio- lating deprived him of constitu tional rights. The high court's 6-to-l ruling also allows Chavez and his AFL-CIO United Farm Workers Organizing Committee to con- tinue the lettuce boycott until the court has held the hearing for which a date is still to be set. TRIED UNDER LAW As recently as 1944, some Britons were tried under witchcraft act of 1735. the DIES Mimi Bcnzcll, who switched from Metropolitan Opera soprano to popular singer, died of cancer a North Shore Hospital in Man- hasset, N.Y. She was 47. Sales of vitamin C shoiv boost Increased sales of vitamin are reported by several dru stores in the Lethbridge area It has been indicated c some pharmacists that peopl may be following the advice o Linus Pauling, Nobel Prize- winning chemist, who recently endorsed the use of massive doses of vitamin C to fight the common cold. Of several drug stores called all reported increased sales of vitamin C. Most reported, how- ever, that area doctors have long prescribed the use of the vitamin for patients with colds. One druggist reported nearly a 25 per cent increase to his sales of vitamin C, but be- lieved that people might really be taking much more than was really necessary. All the druggists called said that a heavy dosage of the vita- min would not be harmful. Any excess would simply not be used by the body. One druggist reported that in his opinion vitamin C was not helpful in all situations. He said that vitamin C was gen- erally beneficial to the gums and helped to control fever during a cold, but that right now its benefits were somewhat exaggerated. WASHINGTON (AP) A major reorganization of mili- ary intelligence has been or- ered by Defence Secretary lelvin Laird following charges he army carried out a vast spy operation against civilians in the United States. In a move to tighten civilian control over the military, Laird [irected that command of the defence intelligence agency be] removed from the joint chiefs oi staff, the Pentagon's ranking military body, and placed di rectly under his authority. "I want to be certain that de partment of defence intelligence md counter-intelligence activi lies are completely consistent with constitutional rights, all other legal provisions and na- tional security he said "These activities must be con- ducted in a manner which rec- ognizes and preserves individ- ual human rights." Laird's orders, to "take effect at the earliest date practical' but not later than Feb. 1, were spelled out in a memorandum to the joint chiefs, the civilian sec- retaries of the army, navy and air force and the directors of the various defence agencies. Although the defence chief did not refer directly to disclosures last week that army intelligence agents had spied on hundreds of civilians, he indicated this was one 0f the determining factors for his action and made refer- ence to "abuses." DESTROYED FILES Daniel Henkin, chief Pentagon spokesman, declined to explain what Laird meant by abuses, but noted the army was ordered ast June to destroy its volumi- nous intelligence files on civil- ans considered potential trou- pe makers. For at least the last year, there have been charges in Con- gress and from former army in- elligence agents that military authorities were overzealous in conducting surveillance of per sons involved in anti-war activi ies or leftist political groups. Laird told Congress earlier this month these activities, in stituted during the Johnson ad ministration when the army was called on to help quell civilian disturbances, have been drasti SILENT DRILLING PARIS (Reuter) A French engineer has developed a si- lencer for road drills which cuts down their deafening noise by 90 per cent. The device, a plas- tic sleeve with a cup, will be fit- ted to all Paris drills within six months, city authorities hope. and Leu 1237-24h FIORILLI Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year to all our relatives and friends. Enza, Anna and Johnny. 1356-24 KENNY We wish all rela- tives and friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Edith. 1264 GEORGE We wish our friends and relatives a Merry Christmas and a Healthy and Prosperous New Year. and Helen George. 1359 CRIGHTON Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year to all our friends and relatives. Anne, Kelly, Joan and Scott. I382 VAN WESTENBRUGGE We wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. "For unto you this day a Savior is bcm." and Mrs. Van brugge and John. 1386 SIEDEL Season's Greet- ings to relatives and friends. A special greeting to Mrs. Gwen Conlon, Mrs. Eileen Mrs. Vidler and Mrs. E. Deg- Mrs. Siedel, Martha and OraBelle. 1387 IN MEMORIAMS PETERS In loving mem- ory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Florence L. Peters, who passed away De- cember 25, 1969. With tender memories ever true, Today and always we think of you. remembered and sadly missed by Morton, Evelyn, Ellen, Glen and boys. 1391 BEATS DEPORTATION NEW ORLEANS (AP) C; los Marcello, who has been d scribed by authorities as boss of the Mafia in the Louisiana area, has outlasted the latest attempt by the federal government to deport him to Italy as an illegal auves ana immigrant. District Judge Alberta Season's Greetings and Lansing Mitchell ruled Sept. 23 j Best Wishes for 1971. Our thanks that a government deportation iimiioWfiilnMa during case started in 1961 had been voided by the seven-year statute of limitations. JENSEN We wish our rel- atives and friends in Southern UUSl nioiita iui for your thougntfulnoss during family illness this past year. -Glen, Fern and Tom 1388 ROAN In loving memory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Rosemary Roan, who passed away December 25, Your gentle face and patient smile, with sadness we recall, You had a kindly word for each and died beloved by The voice is mute and stiller the heart. That loved us well and true Ah, bitter was the trial to par' for one so good as you. You are not forgotten loved one, nor will you ever lie, As long as life and memory last, we will remember thee. We miss you now, our nearts are sore As time goes by we miss you more. You'- loving smile, your gentle face No one can fill your vacant place. remembered bv her daughter Georgia. Willis. Terry, Linda, Debbie and grandchildren. 1390 DISCOVER EARLY WRITING Harvard professor C. C. lamberg-Karlovsky with workmen, top photo, excavate at Tepe Yahya, Iran, where they have unearthed inscribed tablets, bottom, which indicate some of the earliest writ- ing known. Tablet at lower right is blank. cally curtailed. But the controversy was re- newed last week by Senate Sam Enin, chairman of the Se- nate subcommittee on constitu Sonal rights, who disclosed in Formation alleging the armj spied on more than 800 civilian in Illinois alone, including Dem ocratic Senator Adlai Stevenson III, and other political figures. Locked in cage with snakes JOHANNESBURG, South A rica (Reuter) Pieter Krie plans to spend the Christmas season locked hi a cage with 30 poisonous snakes. Uriel, 28, will climb into t h e cage Christmas Eve and hopes to remain there for a month in an attempt to beat what he says is the world record for sleeping with poison- ous snakes. CRIME SCENE-An unidentified Montreal city detec- tive examines the interior of a locker room in the CNR'l downtown Central Stalion while the bodies of two un- identified maintainance workers await the arrival of an ambulance. The two men were shot to death during what was described by police as a "murder-suicide." ca SEABROOK, Tex. (AP) The dog catcher sent Christ- mas cards to canines. But residents of this Galves- ton Bay community raised a howl when they found out the city's stamp machine was used, and humane officer Gene Cannon.wound up in the doghouse. City councilmen Joe Pirtle and Bob Copeland got Mm out by paying each to cover the postage bill. "I am touched by this ges- ture in tliis d o g -e a t -d o g said Pirtle. "All year long lie has to hassle with the dogs. I think it is commenda- ble." Reading "Merry Christmas from your humane the cards were sent to Frisky, Lady, Wonder, Turkey, and 66 others with city tags. "They were Christian cards with Bible said Can- non, who is a minister of the Church of God of Prophesy when he's not chasing hounds. "I tried to find some special cards but nobody sold cards for dogs." SALT LAKE CITY (AP) "Clu-islmas won't be the same this without a mother has written in an open letter to her runaway son, who began experimenting with drags as a ninth grader. "Oh, we're going through the traditional motions." Mrs. Stratford Wendelboe wrote to 17-year-old Travis, "if only for the sake of your younger brothers." "But there is a stubborn ache in our hearts made even canines more keen with remembering. And we hope, wherever you are, that you remember, too. "Above all, we dad and we could let you know we love you without reservation, and that you will always have a place at she said in a letter addressed, to The Associated Press. Mrs. Wendelboe described Travis, who vanished Sept. 3, as a bright youth who had dif- ficulty adjusting to social situ- ations. "When he was in ninth grade, he started fooling around with she said Wednesday, "and a little while later, we found out he was taking LSD." The boy was sent to a centre for emotionally dis- turbed children in Provo, Utah, for a psychiatric evalu- ation. He ran away. HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) It looks like a bleak Christ- mas for Betty Bryant and her children. Mrs. Bryant took her three children and a nephew who lives with them out Monday. When they returned, all tha children's gifts had been sto- len from underneath the Christmas tree. "They just took the chil- dren's gifts. Who would do such a asked Mrs. Bryant, a welfare recipient. She said she had earned the money to buy the gifts by working in a department store. Easier divorce laws effective next week LONDON (AP) A law al- lowing easier divorce goes into effect next week. A British Law Society spokesman says: "There simply won't be enough judges or buildings to meet the demand." The Divorce Reform Act, effective Jan. 1, is the first major change in matrimonial laws since 1937, when cruelty, desertion and insanity were added to adultery as grounds for ending a marriage. The new law allows unhappy couples to cancel marriages after two years of living apart, h" both partners agree. After five years apart divorce will be virtually automatic even if one partner objects. "Irretrievable breakdown of the marriage" guideline. Opponents of the bill note that marry and bring up children without a sense of guilt. It will prevent one spouse from refusing a divorce through spite, and end the need for ar- ranging false evidence of adul- tery. Defensive driving More emphasis is needed to- day than ever before on tensive driving..... "de- Police Chief With I he super highways and faster cars "this defence is needed In save lives. The Al- berta Motor Association 'Po- lursclf' campaign places it provides for uiyorc-e by com-) -ulsion if one partner demands i just a licence for men to tnt the only person you on.the the driver, you." He said the campaign is one which "each of us must sup- port and must support con- scientiously each driving min- ute of each day. have had two deaths on city streets this year two Under present law, one Brit- ish marriage in 10 ends in court. The government, anticipating a big increase under the new law, "is preparing to appoint 20 new county judges. Judges now dispose of the average divorce in minutes, but it takes three to seven months to reach court. Under a national legal-aid system, divorces and other court actions are free for people of restricted means. Britain's marriage guidance counsellors seek to keep couples together. The services of the National Marriage Guidance Council are free. The Divorce Reform Act pro- vides for six-month attempts to reconcile partners. This re- moves previous legal difficulties -attempts to live together dur- ing a breakup were regarded as condoning previous matrimonial offences. protested one housewife in a let- ter to Parliament. Other oppo- nents argue the act will break up family life, make nrarriage into an experiment and favor middle-aged husbands who want lo nm away with younger women. ALLOW MARRIAGES Supporters contend the bill will allow countless unwed cou- ples now living together to Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ruggies, a versatile comedian whose career encompassed stage, films, radio and television. Trois-Rivicrcs, Quo. Joseph Alfred Mongrain. 61, Literal member of Parliament for deaths too many. Don't raise Trois-Riviercs since 1965, fol- Hie figure. Police yourself." I lowing a lengthy illness.