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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 15, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 21 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS DEATHS PALLIN - Passed away in DESSETTI - Adrien M., the city on Wednesday, Feb- aged 65 years, passed away at ruary 14, 1973, Mrs. Helene Pal- Fort Macleod Thursday, Feb-lin at the age of 83 years, of ruary 15, 1973. Announcements 1910 7th Avenue N., beloved later by EDEN'S FUNERAL wife of the late John Percy HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. Pallin. Funeral arrangements C7308 will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., REITSMA - Passed away at Directors of Funeral Service. Taber on Wednesday, Febru C7306 ary 14, 1973, Hans of Taber at the age of 68 years. Funeral service arrangements will be announced when completed by FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber. C7309 GRAHAM - Stanley, aged 82 years, passed away suddenly I SSE^J^J" in Kelowna, B.C., Friday, Feb-1 HUMPHRIES ruary 9, 1973, a former resident of Etzikom. Mr. Graham retired to Kelowna and has made _ his home there for many years. BAE.RG - Peter P., passed i are Ms away ln Lethbridge on Sunday, sister, Mrs. M. I. Hicks of ^f^^Jh^l'^J^JZ* Tough Saigon acts jar fragile peace Among his survivors are Green Acres Lodge; a niece, Mrs. Gordon McNabb of 406 25 St. S., Lethbridge. Funeral service at Winfield, B.C. 7068 of 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Minna Baerg of Coaldale Funeral Services will be held Friday, February 16, 1973, at 2 p.m. in the Evangelical Free Church (12th Ave. and Mayor ANTLI - Julius, aged 77 Magrath Dr. S.), with Rev. H rears, passed away at Blunt's J. Jost officiating. Interment Nursing Home, Fort Macleod, will follow in the Coaldale Cem-Monday, February 12, 1973. etery. The family is sympathet-Born in Hungary, March 7, ic to the Gideon Memorial Bible ____, he resided in several Plan. CHRISTENSEN S*L- areas of Southern Alberta prior MON FUNERAL HOME LTD to residing at Fort Macleod. Directors of Funeral Service. Funeral service, conducted by C7304 Rev. Father John Maes, was held today, Thursday, Febru- HANN - Passed away sud ary 15th, at 10:30 a.m. Inter- rienly at Calgary on Tuesday, ment was in Union Cemetery, February 13, 1973, Anna H3nn Fort Macleod. Members of the at the age of 11 years, be-Canadian Legion acted as pall- loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs bearers. EDEN'S FUNERAL Melvin Harm of Monarch. Bom HOME LTD., of Fort Macleod in Taber in 1961, Anna moved in care of arrangements. with her family to Monarch in C7307 1966 and was a student at Noble Central school at the time of her passing. Besides her lov-MOSER - Adelaide, passed mg parents sne js survived by away in the city on Tuesday, four sisters, Maria, Bernice, February 13th, 1973, at the age janet and Heather; two broth of 85 years, beloved wife of the erSi Michael and Bernhart, all late Mr. Louis Moser of Leth- at home; her grandparents, bridge. Mrs. Moser was born Mrs, Hann of Lethbridge in Oddesa, November 1st, 1887 araj Mr. and Mrs. Toni Schutte and Came to Canada, settling 0f Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in Regina, Sask. in 1902. She The funeral service will be held was married to Louis Moser in on Saturday at 1 p.m. in Im-1906 at Regina, and in 1921 rnanuel Lutheran Church, with they moved to Medicine Hat, Pastor W. Schoepp officiating. Alberta. In the fall of 1926 they interment will follow in Moun-moved to Lethbridge where tain View Cemetery. Friends she had continued to reside may pay their respects at Mar until the time of her passing, tin Bros. TRADITIONAL She was a very hospitable and CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. kind woman, and went out of MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc-her way with a helping hand, tors of Funeral Service. SAIGON (AP) - Tough tac-, tics of the South Vietnamese guards at Saigon's Tan Son Nhut Air Base are jarring the delicate peacekeeping machinery. The Polish and Hungarian delegations to the International Commission for Control and Supervision (ICCS) are threatening to move their troops out of the commission's compound at the base and take up quarters in downtown Saigon. Sources say the Poles are furious because their chief delegate, Bogdan Wasilewski, has been stopped several times at the gates and required to show his identity cards although his car was flying the commission flag. The Hungarians object strongly to having to pass through the guard posts of another nation. CANADIANS DELAYED Canadian officials in limousines and scout cars flying the red maple leaf flag have been delayed for as long as four hours at the main gate in almost invariably futile attempts to escort Canadian and U.S. journalists to their compound. "I try to hang as much shoulder out the window as possible every time I go past that guard point so they'll see the gold bars, said a Canadian colonel, "but it doesn't always work." Indonesia is the other member of the four-nation supervisory commission. Meanwhile, two North Vietnamese representatives of the Joint Military Commission (JMC) ran into trouble today in Hue, where a dozen South Vietnamese surrounded their car, beat on it with bamboo sticks and wet one of the men with some sort of liquid thrown into the car. The assailants backed away when an escort of South Vietnamese MPs got out of their car. The North Vietnamese were not hurt. Pistol-packing 13-year*old robs bank BUFFALO (CP) - A 13-year-old boy, flashing a pistol, robbed a bank of $701 Wednesday and was arrested minutes later, police reported. Investigators said the young ski-masked bandit walked up to a teller in a Marine Midland Ban k-Western branch and handed her a bag, telling her to fill it up. When the teller looked skeptical, the boy drew a gun and said: "I'm not kidding. Fill it up or I'll shoot you." Demanding $20 bills, he took the bag of cash and fled on foot. The case was referred to family court and the boy to a detention home. Canadian PoW a free man to all she came in contact with, and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Left to mourn her passing are two sons, Samuel Moser of Medi- C7305 Snow storm hits Montreal MONTREAL (CP)-Rush hour traffic was slowed to a crawl in many parts of Montreal today as the city began to clear away a six-inch overnight snowfall that caught snow removal crews off guard. Many city and area schools were closed for the day and bus services to some other schools were cancelled. Some early flights from Mon treal International Airport were cancelled and delays were expected throughout the day. FUNERALS ____ ______________ _ ______ DAVIS - Funeral service cine' Hat'and Louis Moser" of tor Mrs- Anna Mary Davis, be- Haixlieville; two daughters, loved wife of the late Frederick Mrs. Ernest (Helen) Willetts pavis and Fort Macleod res- of Hardieville and ^Mrs. Glen ld�nt who died Thursday, Feb. (Margaret) Drummond of Pin- 8� 1973> fa 0,6 University Hos- cher Creek; two grandchildren Pital> Edmonton, at the age of ^nd one great - grandchild. Re- 70 years, was held ait 2 p.m. quiem Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, Feb. 13,1973, in Christ on Saturday, February 17th at Church Anglican, Fort Mac- 11 a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic lewi> vr1 Rev. Ron Hunter offi- Church, with Father Bruce dating. Pallbearers were Lloyd Field as Celebrant. Interment Ban". Allan Davis, John Davis, will follow in the St. Patrick's Jr-> Brial� Schnarr, Garry Cemetery. Prayers will be said Stockton and Doug Townsend. in the Christensen Chapel (327 Interment was in the Union 10 St. South) on Friday evening Cemetery, Fort Macleod. at 7:30 p.m. CHRISTENSEN *