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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, December 30, 1970 FUNERAL DEATHS DEATHS MAH Passed away at the residence on Tuesday, Decem- ber 29, 1970, Mr. Cliucng Yun Mali, of 314 2 Avenue South. Funeral arrangements will be announced completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C18-18 GRONNA Passed away in the city on Tuesday, December 29, 1970, Mr. Ole Gronna, at the age of 87 years. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- C1846 vice. INGRAM Passed away in the city suddenly, on Monday, December 28, 1970, Mr. Charles Thomas Ingram, beloved husband of M r s. Jessie Ingram, of 523 19 Street South. The late Mr. Ingram was a re- turn veteran of the First World War, having served with the 20th Battery overseas and was a veteran of the Vimy Ridge Battle. In 1947 Mr. I n g r a n: moved to Fort Macleod and re- sided there until July of 1969, at which time he took up per- manent residence in Leth- bridge. He was employed by the Canadian Pacific Railway for over 40 years retiring in 3961, also for the past year he had been employed as a Com- missionaire by the City of Leth- bridge. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Employees, past patron of the Order of the Eastern Star, Fort Macleod, life member of the Masonic Lodge No. 4 and a life member of the Fort Macleod Masonic Lodge No. 3. He was a 1 s o a member of the Leth- bridge and District Old Timers Pemmican Club. The funeral service will be held at p.m. Thursday, December 31, 1970 at St. Augustine's Anglican away in Calgary on Tuesday, Decem- ber 29, 1970, John Dnu's, aged 13 years, beloved son of Air. and Mrs. Henry Quesnelle of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Card- ston, on Thursday at a.m., Rev. A. McCuaig officiat- ing. Interment in St. Paul's Cemetery. Funeral arrange- ments by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C1851 SHERMAN Passed away in Carmangay on Monday, De- cember 28, 1S70, following a short illness, Albert Sherman, at the age of 84 years, of Barons, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Minnie Sherman. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church Barons, with Hev. Father Pat O'Dono g h u r celebrant. Mr. Sherman will be forwarded to Fingal, North Dakota for inter- ment in the family plot. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral FUNERALS SMALL EYES Funeral ser- vice for Adrian Small Eyes, be- loved son of Luke Small Eyes of the Blood Indian Reserve who died at Cardston Wednes- day, Dec. 23, 1970, at the age of 27 years, was held at il a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1970, in St. Paul's Anglican Church will) Rev. A. McCuaig officiating. Pallbearers were Leslie and David Healy, Charlie Small Face, Randy First Rider, Rod- crick White Quills and John Creighton. Interment was in Ihe Blood Band Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Ma- cleod, was in charge of the ar- rangements. KOE.NEN Funeral service for Ivan Grover Koenen. loving son of Mrs. Ila Koenen of No. 3 Lafferty Block who died sud- denly in the city Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1970, at the age of 41 years, was held at p.m. Monday in Martin Bros. Chap- el, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Lester and NORMAN Funeral service for ili-s. Alice Norman, beloved wife of the late Joshua Reay Norman who died in the dly Saturday, Dec. 26, 1970, after long illness at the age of 88 years, was held at p.m Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1970, ii the Memorial Chapel, 703 St. N., with Rev. James Cliap- man official ing. Pallbearers were Robert Arthur, Cyril No- ble, Bernard Nolan, Stuart and Clarence Dickout and Gordon George. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Archbishop opposes abortion laws AIcLENNAN (CP) Arch-1 hishnn Rnnthmi- nnni.nn.t (i, i. ___. Lloyd Handley, Abe Goerzen, Robert Cady and Ear! and Hon Koenen. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fun- eral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Service. Church, with Rev. E. Doyle of- ficiating. Interment follow in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Those who wish may don- ate to the Alberta Heart Fund care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15 Street South; phone 327-3370. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of GRANT Monday, Decem- ber 28, 1970, William, aged 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jane Grant of Lomond. Born in Scotland, came to Canada in 1904. In 1909 he took up home- steading in the Lomond district here he has resided since. Be- sides his wife, surviving ar two daughters, Mrs. Barrj Funeral Service. C1849 PLAIN EAGLE Passed in Great Falls, Montana on Saturday, December 26, 1970, Patrick Plain Eagle Jr., aged 22 years, beloved son of Pat- rick Plain Eagle ST. of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service was held in St. Paul Catholic Church, Brocket, o Wednesday at a.m., Rei P. Poulin officiated. Intermen Brocket Cemetery. Funeral ar rangements by Eden's Funera Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C185( BERTRAND Monday, De cember 28, 1970, Robert Ovllian passed away suddenly Born Argyle, Minnesota, came to Claresholm in 1909, Milo in 1910. He was a member of the I.O.O.F. and the Lions Club Represented Milo and Arrow wood School Boards, served on Council Village of Milo 23 years and as mayor eight years of that time. Besides his loving wife, survived by one daughter, J. (Janice) Bartsch, Calgary and son, Gary Arrowwood; one grandson; one sister, Mrs. Elain Barbot who lives in Glen Ellen, California; two brothers, Victor Bertrand, Calgary and Edgar of Long Beach, Califor- nia. Services at the Milo Com- munity Hall, Thursday p.m., Mrs. E. Howie officiat- ing. Interment, Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Calgary Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, if friends de- sire, donations may be made to the Heart Fund. C18M i (Audrey) Middleton and Mrs Elaine Schneider, both of Vul can; two sons, Allan and Der wyn, both of Lomond; seven grandchildren; two sisters Mrs. Elizabeth Jensen, Edmon ton and Mrs. Jessie Harper Scotland. Predece a s e d bj brother John Grant of Vulcan in 1959; also six other brothers and four sisters in Scotland. Services at the Vulcan United Church, Wednesday (today) at p.m., Rev. W. Julian of- ficiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. C1845 GOKDA Funeral service for Mrs. Jennie Gorda, native daughter of Bukovina, Austria, who came to Lethbridge in 1925 and who died in the city Fri- day, Dec. 25, 1970, after a short .._..... illness, was held at a.m. imeral Tuesday, Dec. 29, 1970, at the C1847 Ukrainian Greek Ortho-dox Church. 1417 9th Ave. N., with Rev. L. W. Diachina officiating. Pallbearers were William Boy- chuk, Peter Bowman, J e r r and Billie Gorda, George Klein and George Hutsulak. Inter ment was in the Mountain Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrange mente. CARDS OF THANKS would like to ex- press my appreciation to family and friends for cards and flowers while I was in hospital; Also to the doctors and staff on Third Floor, Municipal Hospital -Vi Rhodes. M37 FERGUSON I wish to ex- lend my sincere thanks to the doctors; also all the nursing staff in St. Michael's Hospital for the good care they gave me while I was a patient there. Thanks also to all my friends, neighbors, relatives and to all organizations that sent me flow- ers, gifts and cards and to all those who visited me. I would also like to extend a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year to you all. Ferguson 1503 LAWSON We wish to extend our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care and kind- ness given our beloved husband and father over the past years. A special thanks to Bishop Kovac and all those who assist- ed him, the ladies of the 2nd Ward Relief Society and to our many friends and relatives for floral tributes, donations, cards, food and various acts of kind- ness. wife Leon and family 14SO bishop Henri Roulliicr luis ask- ed Hie Roman Catholic: in the Grouard-McLcnnan arch- diocese in Alberta lo "use all legitimate means" lo oppose the broadening of abortion laws. In a pastoral letter read in churches throughout the north- ern Alberta archdiocese, Arch- bishop Routhicr warned th. "Cdiholics who violate the la of God and of tho church b contributing directly, by woi or deed, to abortion incur e? communication." "Our faithful must be awar that neither doctors nor nurse nor any other member of Hi hosp Hal personnel have th Tests suggest evolved from CHICAGO (AP) Pioneering experiments suggest that living creatures on con- ceivably elsewhere in the uni- effect evolved from Miss Miller chosen BOW ISLAND (Special) Miss Kathy Miller of St. Mi- chael's School was recently chosen Maach 11 Queen for 1971. She was picked lor this honor at the teen dance sponsored by the Hi C group, Catholic Youth Organization, Students' Union of St. Michael's and Senator Gershaw high schools and the Robinson Store. Runnel's up were Malva Geldreich, Wendy Leffler and Laura Edlund. More than 200 attended. The Shamen Orchestra of Leth- bridge played. FUNERALS TOLLIN Funeral service for Mrs. Nancy Joan Tollin, be- loved wife of Joseph Tollin of Lethbridge who died in the city Dec. 25, 1970, at the age of 27 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tues- day, Dec. 29, 1970, in the Chris- tcnsen Chapel with Rev. Bruce Field officiating. Pallbearers were Bill Anderson, Bob Laing, Jack Hunter, Gordon Coghlin, Jack Thys and Art Mehrer. In- terment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements KENLY Funeral service 'or Susan Kaye Kenly, belovet daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Kenly of Hillspring who died at Cardston Saturday, Dec. 26, 970, at the age of 14 years, ras held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, 3ec. 29, 1970, in the Hillspring J3S Chapel with Bishop Shel- on Wynder officiating. Pall- >earers were Don Carlson, Jones, Terry Kenly and .on Kapcsos. Interment was in ic Hillspring Cemetery. Chris- ensen Salmon Funeral Home id., Directors of Funeral Ser- ROWLY Funeral service for Mrs. Lena Orinda Rowley beloved wife of the late Harry W. Rowley who died in the city Saturday, Dec. 26, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 84 years, was held at p.m Wednesday, Dec. in the Martin Bros. Chapel, 8J2 3rc Ave. S., with Rev. J. Moules of- i c i a t i n g. Pallbearers were larold, Len and Vernon Cow- ey, Durell Romeril, Mike Tro- enenko and Dick Johnson. In- erment was in the Mountain 'iew Cemetery. Martin Bros. M, Directors of Funeral Ser- ice, was in charge of the ar- angements. LEADBEATER Funeral ervice for Mrs. Eura Hazel beloved wife of the ate Timothy "James Leadbeat- r who died in the city Sun- day, Dec. 27, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 70 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day, Dec. 30, 1970, in the Mem orial Chapel, 703 13th St. N with Rev. R. E. Eskdale of dating. Pallbearers were D vid and Bill Gibson, John an Bill Henderson, Hugh Chrisl and Jack Stunner. Interme was in Mountain View Cem etery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Dire tors of Funeral Service, was i charge of tile arrangements. No astrologers NEW DELHI (Router) Prime Minister Indira Gandh strongly rejected Tuesday re- cent suggestions that she relied on astrologers when making major decisions. "I've fough superstition since I was a smal IN MEMORIAM SHEARER In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Delmer Shear- er, who passed away December 30, 1969. Forget you dad, we never will, For in our hearts you are with us still, Behind our smiles there is many a tear, For the dad we lost and loved so dear. Wishing today as we have wished before, That God would have spared you many years more. remembered and sadly missed by his wife, sons, daughter and their families. jjg cliiid and I'm certainly no -ce, was m charge- of the ar- j going to go back to it at this angements. I she said. MACLEODS _..-.-_ M m M BH M M 93 1 We are clearing a special group of Snow and Regular Tread Tires i JlJ tea EXAMPLE: 7.75 x 15 7.75 x 14 Regular to 31.95. OPEN THURSDAY Till 6PM CENTRE VILLAGE PHONE 327-4240 Hemlines are coming down dd inches with new borders. Add pleated or pattern- itch borders lo handmade or irchased knits, crochets and brie dresses. Pattern irections for lengthening; 3 cnit, 3 crochet stitches. FIFTY CEN'TS (c o in s) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing and special handling TOE LETHBHIDGE HERALD Readers Mai! Limited I CO Front Street West j Toronto 1, Ontario. WAGES TO GO UP BUENOS AlIiGS (Router) Economy Minister Aldo Ferrer announced Tuesday night a six- per-cent across-the-board wage, increase in Argentina effective j Jan. 1 to offset a steady rise in tha Bnsi cif living. human life 'dirty chips of tire "dirty ice" of inter stellar space, a New York scien list reported today. "Dirty ice" is the pet name given by space scientists to su per-cold grains of solid matter suspended in the thin gases tha: pervade the space between the stars. Known to play an important role in the condensation proc- esses leading to the formation of the stars and planets, the pip-squeak dirty ice particles are believed by some scientists :o consist mainly of frozen water, methane and ammonia Their "dirtness" comes from i small admixture of heavier ele- ments such as iron. Dr. J. Mayo Greenberg of the State University of New York at Albany said there's new evi- dence suggesting that the heav- enly grains may potentially yield some of the basic chemi- cals of life itself. right to contribute to abortion Abortion was "the supreme i justice against the unborn chi and an "inhumanity w h i c would destroy the lives of ch drcn." Archbishop Houthier exprcs ed the hope "that all will d what is in their power to coi vince legislators not to broade abortion laws." "We trust that you will writ to your members of parliamer and that you will make use c all legitimate means lo prevcn that legislation of such grav consequence both nationally ani morally be adopted." archbishop closed the let LDS seminary work displayed MAGRATH (HNS) "Let's Display Seminary" was the heme of the program students iresenled in the Latter Day Saint Chapel. President Donald Hamilton introduced the numbers. Mrs. Robert McCIung con- ucled the Seminary Chorus in ongs as the birth of Christ vas presented in pantomime. Tie story of three poor shep- erd's children was narrated by ohn Balderson and S h i r 1 e y ohnson as pupils portrayed the laracters. Guests were then invited to iew a display of work the eminary pupils had arranged. ler with a prayer for "the world which is sadly sinking into tha mire of sensuality." He said in an interview that the letter was prompted "by the whole campaign which is being carried on in favor of abortion." "It seems to me if we give in to this, eventually there will be no morality." Telephone wires lium in Alberta EDMONTON (CP) Alberts Jovernment Telephones had its busiest Christmas ever t h i I 'car, a spokesman said here. More than calls nade over the three day per- od, a 30 per cent rise over tha ame period for 1969. Holiday rates of 50 cents for iree minutes within the prov- nce were in effect Christmas 3ay, and the spokesman said many callers apparently took dvantage of this saving. Direct Distance Dialing calls hrough Edmonton this year umbered about In 1969, ,000 calls were handled. Christmas Day was the peak ay, and the spokesman said e company expects the New ear's calls will also be higher year than last. YOU are invited by The Parliamentary Committee on the CONSTITUTION OF CANADA CANADA to a PUBLIC MEETING to discuss 3'our country, Canada, and the way you want it to be VOUS etes 1'invitS du parlementaire sur la CONSTITUTION DU CANADA aune ASSEMBLEE PUBLIQUE pour discuter de la constitution et de 1'avcnir du Canada LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge Campus, University of Alberta Wed, Jan. p.m. men le 13 janv. 19MO The special Joint Committee of the Senate and the House of Commons on the Constitution of Canada is travelling across Canada to find out what people think about our country and its our present constitution meets all our requirements. It will be something like a Town Hall Everybody who loves Canada and has some ideas about the way it should grow and develop is invited You don't have to be an expert or represent any group.' We want the opinions of individual Canadians-men and women, old and young, rich and poor and in-between. Your thoughts can be spoken or you may wish to present a brief, or you may prefer to sit H.HC1 listsn. _ You will be most welcome. Come and enjoy a friendly exchange of views on questions that affect the future of Canada-tie constitutional aspects of questions like: Le Comite spfcia! niixf e du Senai et de la Cnambra des communes sur ]a Constitution du Canada visits toutes les regions du pays pour connaitre ce que les ci- fpyens pensent du Canada, de son avenir ct poursavoir si la Constitution actuelie cpnvient a leurs aspirations. Les reunions du Comiti revetiront le caractere de reunions publiques. Cette invitation s'adresse a tous ceux qui aiment 3e Canada et qui veulent le voir se developper comme il convient. Point n'est besoin d'etre expert ou de representer un groupement. Le Comite veut connaitre 1'opinion de tous les Canadiens quels quits soient, liommes et femmes, jeunes et rooins jeunes, riches et pauvres. 11 est loisible a chacnn d_expnmer ses idees oralement ou pat ecrit ou bien simplemcnt d'assister aux reunions. Lei Comitf vous invite cordialement a participer a cet echange d'idees sur les problemes constitutionnels QUI fajonneront 1'avenir du Canada, CITIES POLLUTION LA' POLLUTION MINORITY RIGHTS LES DROITS DES MINORITES 4 PpWERS LEStPOUVOIRS WOMEN'S RIGHTS LES DROITS DE LA FEMME 8ILINGUALISM LE BILINGUISME REGIONAL 'DISPARITIES THE SENATE IE SENAT LA..MQNARCHIE MONARCHY forfurther Information wtte orcall; MR. MICHAEL B. KIRBY, Joint Clerk of the Special Joint Committee on the Constitution of Canada, HOUSE OF COMMONS, Ottawa, Ontario (613) 592-9987 four plus da iltails, prilre de communiijiicr amtt M. MICHAEL B. KIRBY, Cogreffier du Comite' special mkte sur la Constitution du Canada, CHAMBRE DES COMMUNES, Ottawa (613) 992-9987 ;