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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TuiMlay, January 12, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID - 17 darl& Of Uhanhs, 3vt emonamS FUNERALS KIRBY-Funeral service for Hazel Alberta Kirby, (nee Ea-gleson), native daughter of Langdon, N. Dak., raised and educated at Warner, was held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel with Rev. J. D. Elhard officiating. Pallbearers were nephews Gerald Whitney, Charles Rock-enbach, Wilbur and Gilbert Ea-gleson, Robert Hanson and Roy Nelson. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. TOTH - Funeral service for Joseph P. Toth, who died at Raymond Jan. 7, 1971, at the age of 67, was hsld at 10 a.m Jan. 9, 1971, in the Raymond Sfecred Heart Church with Rev, M. Cassidy the celebrant. Hon orary pallbearers were Steve Fudra, Mike Fodor, Vincent Gaszler, Joe Remias, Joe Saly and Frank Ciszmar. Active pallbearers were Joe Duce, Howard Card, Ed French, Vincent Gaszler, Jr., Doug Kami-tomo and John Majoros. Inter ment was in the Temple hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS BOHNING - I would like to express my appreciation and thanks for all gifts received at my 9hower from the ladies in the Warner area. -Mrs. Brenda Bohning. 1971 WALLMAN - Oscar and Irene Wallman of Fore most, would like to thank their friends and neighbors, who came and helped them celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on December 27th. Thank you for the lovely cards and gifts; also a special thanks to our families for making it such a wonderful day. 1997 IN MEMORIAMS COOMBS - In loving mem' cry of our dear mother, grand mother and great-grandmother, Myrtle May Coombs, who pass ed away January 12, 1969. -Ever remembered and sadly missed by daughters Gol-die and Alice; sons Ben, Bill and Dean and families X1781 Cage of tigers may face Heath By HAROLD MORRISON Canadian Press Staff Writer Singapore may turn into a cage of tigers for gladiator Edward Heath but so much is at stake in the arms quarrel that the British prime minister may have to accept the claw marks to show voters at home he cannot be diverted from his course. The vital issue, as some observers see it, is not so much the Soviet naval presence in the Indian Ocean as Heath's determination to demonstrate his leadership as a man with iron convictions. The Soviet threat, on which Heath anchors his argument that he must resume arms sales But there is little doubt that to South Africa, has emerged in South Africa is a big market, government publicity only in re- with the likelihood that ships cent months. The British public seems to show little reaction. More eye-catching are reports that arms sales will boost British exports, with some Conservatives estimating that as much as �250 million ($625 million) may be involved. That may be an exaggerated figure. Far from starved. South Africa was able to acquire large quantities of armaments from France and other countries when the previous British Labor administration froze shipments in 1967. and planes may be purchased once Britain lifts the embargo. FOREIGN SALES VITAL Exports are vital to Britain's economic survival. While the race-separation policies of the Vorster regime may be repugnant to large sections of the British public, trade possibili ties are undoubtedly to many Britons an irresistible advantage. Perhaps equally important to Heath is his determination, to emphasize to the British public, including untamed unions, that he cannot be pushed off course. As The Economist observed: Heath has fixed his mind to ac-c o m p 1 i s h major works-get Britain into Europe, reform the unions, beat inflation. "He does not want the decisive year of 1971 to start with a demonstration that the wheel can be knocked out of his hands." This rigidity of purpose- which may have won him the 1970 general election when the odds were against him-has led one critic, a Tory peer, to compare him with the late Neville Chamberlain. Chamberlain had a tendency to make up his own mind on major issues and then shoot down cabinet attacks so that his own convictions emerged as cabinet policy. That led to a debacle, partly because Chamberlain had no genius in foreign affairs. Heath's abilities are yet to be determined. He may have discounted the future of the Commonwealth, but his horizons by no means stop at the English Channel. Heath is a man of Europe with hopes for a wider international role if Britain's home economy can be put in order. BAKER - I would like to express my thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care I received during my long stay in the hospital. Thanks also to all my friends and relatives for the lovely flowers, cards, gifts and visits, and to my family and neighbors who were so good to my husband, and for the food that was sent to us at Christmas. I wish you all a Happy New Year. -Mrs. Gertrude Baker. 1979 SUMNER - In loving memory of our dear brother, John Edward, who passed away January 9, 1969. With tender memories ever true, Today and always we think of you. -Sadly missed by sister Annie and Bob Bunn. 1840 ITO - Funeral service for Mr. Ichisaburo Ito, beloved husband of Mrs. Masa Ito of 1003 10th Ave. N. who died in the city Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1971, after a brief illness at the a?e of 78 years, was held at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Jain. 11,1971, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Phillip Hatano and Rev. Canon .G G. Nakayama officiating. Pallbearers were sons Duke, Tarn and Mas Ito; Bruce Stewart, Min Fujita and Mr.Okita. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. WALDREN -Funeral service for Homer Allen Waldren, beloved husband of Mrs. Coby Waldren of 225 Dieppe Blvd who died in the city Friday, Jan. 8, 1971, after a brief illness at (lie age of 64 years, was held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, Jan. 11, 1971, in Martin Bros Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S.. with Rev. M. H. Gillis, OMI, officiating. Pallbearers were Jack Rickaby, Fletcher Llewellyn, Fritz Pirk, Stevw folte- >'m Henderson and Dick Johnson. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. COX - We wish to express our most sincere thanks to the doctors and staff of the Haig Clinic and the nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for their care and kindness to my wife and our mother during her illness. A special thanks to Rev, Easter for his many visits, to the ladies of Maple Leaf Chapter of the Eastern Star who looked after the lunch and to all those who sent flowers, cards of bym- C" y and food and for any other ness shown us during our recent bereavement. -George Cox and family. 1866 PARIS - The husband and family of the late Mrs. William Paris would like to express their thanks and appreciation to their friends and relatives who were so kind to them during their recent bereavement. A special thanks is extended to the nurses and staff of the Willow Creek Auxiliary Hospital at Claresholm and the Blunt Nursing Home in Fort Macleod for their care and attention during her extended illness. -William Paris, George W. Paris, Douglas S. Paris, Mrs. Ross (Lulah) Gibb. S2023 New chargex plan comes to Alberta EDMONTON (CP) - A I charge-card system, Chargex, will begin operation in Alberta next week, a spokesman for the four sponsoring banks said here. Chargex, operated by the | Royal Bank of Canada, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Toronto-Dominion Bank I and Banque Canadienne Na-tionale, begins Jan. 18 in 10 Alberta centres and will be extended throughout the province by 1972, the spokesman said. Chargex operates in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec, and the spokesman said there are about three million cardholders in Canada. CARD OF THANKS FULLER - We wish to thank the residents of the town of Bow Island and district, for their donations and help to our family; for their support to the recent loss by fire of our home. A special thanks to the Fire Department. Elementary School, Anglican Church and all the organizations of the community. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller and family. 1867 Your NEW Autheriied Dealer jeep" trucks AND station wagons UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Car. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 GILLIES - We wish to express our most sincere thanks to the many friends and relatives for all the beautiful floral tributes, cards of sympathy, visits to our home, contributions of foods and to all those who helped in any way during our sad bereavement, in the passing of our dear wife, mother and daughter. We would further like to thank the doctors and the staff of the Lethbridgc Municipal Hospital Intensive Care Unit. Special thanks to the Reverend Ormand Lavenne for his kind words and to the pallbearers. Thanks also to Martin Bros. Ltd., directors of funeral service. -Frank and Cameron Gillies, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Nelson and family. X1782 No reprieve in sight for B.C. VANCOUVER (CP) - No Immediate reprieve from mow and cold was in sight today for storm-disrupted southern and central British Columbia. The snowfall that began at the 1 weekend ranged from 10 to 20 | inches. Traffic jams stretched for miles Monday in Vancouver, which like the Vancouver Island city of Victoria has been without public transit since a strike began Jan. 4. Pattern Winter hits DEL BONITA (HNS) - Winter is really here. It is snowing a lot and colder than usual. This area was lucky not to get the rain that fell in the north and iced the roads. The roads in this area are mostly free of ice. Farmers and ranchers are feeding cattle. Last winter was open but this year the feed bill will be higher. Time Limit For Receiving Petitions For Private Bills Take notice that the time for receiving petitions for Private Bills at the next Session of the Legislative Asembly will expire on Monday, the First day of February, 1971. W. H. MacDonald, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. Mother and daughter look-alike crocheted vests. Doubly pretty - mother and daughter vests. Quick and easy to crochet of knitting worsted. Pattern 7283: directions, sizes I 10-16 mother, 2-12 child, both in-1 eluded. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for { each pattern (no stamps, i please) - add 15 cents for each pattern for first-clut mailing and special handling - to THE LETHBRIDHE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. SIMPSONS-SEARS Warehouse Sale Continues Complete 4-8 Track Sound Pack has Stereo, Speakers and Tape .99 Only $8 Monthly A-Forget static, commercials and talkative D.J-'s. Select only the music YOU want to hear. This superb tape player can play 4 track as well as 8 track cartridges. A powerful unit with brilliant sound. For 12 volt systems. B-Twin-matching underseat stereo speakers to use with above stereo. Great high-fidelity sound for your car. C-Tapes available from Bach to rock. Choose any one* Enjoy the Luxury of Orion Fur Seat Covers Auto Centre Open Wednesday Until 6 p.m. O-Warmth in winter Is what you will >iave with these beautiful Orion fur seat covers. Mix or match colours with your car's interior. Black, Berry Red, Avocado Green, Camel Beige and Medium Blue. 8 Ft. Booster Cables 3.49 A winter driving must particularly for cars with automatic transmissions. Copper plated clips. Compact Pre-Heater 12" Small in size but with large warm air output. Coppertone finish complete with mounting bracket. Allstate 10W30 Oil QUART SIZE 2 GALLONS . 49c 3.49 AAeets new car warranty specifications. Special additives. 25' EXTENSION CORDS SPECIAL Service Station Hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily - Thursday and Friday Until 9 p.m. Centre Village - 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. ;