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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 7s I JJealM, Jn ifleintiriamt STOLTE BIRTH Michael, Mark and Myron welcome their new brothor, Jason Miles, born July JU J972, Proud parents Belly and Fred. 5589 DEATHS WATSON July 17, 1972, Mrs. Ethel May Watson, of No. 302, Britannia 000 Apart- ments, Calgary, passed away in Calgary Hospital. Born at Kingston, Ontario, Mrs. Wat- son lived in Edmonton for many years before moving to Lelhbrldgs In 1940, Victoria, B.C. in 1346 and to Calgary in 1967. Predeceased by her hus- band, William, hi 104S and a son, John Keith Watson in 1930, she is survived by two sons, William T. Watson, Hanna, Al- berta, Bruce W. Watson, Cal- gary; five grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. K. F. (Eleanor) Wadsworth, Toronto. Her re- mains were fonvardcd lo Ed- monton, Albsrta for services at Tlie Howard and McBride Fu- noral Chapel, Thursday at p m Interment Edmonton Cem- etery. McINNIS AND HOLLO- WAY LTD., Calgary, Funeral Directors. 5703 GILES Passed away in Medicine Hat on Sunday, July 16. 1972, Mr. Thomas Giles at Lhe age of 85 years of 1421 3rd Avenue North, Lethbridge, be- loved husband of the late Mrs. Alice Giles. Born, raised and educated in England, the lale Mr. Giles came to Lethbridge in 1912, where he has resided since. He first worked for a time in the local coal mines, then for the City of Lethbridge and finally for the C.P.R. for a period of 30 years, prior to re- -liring in 1952. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. C. (Ellen) McNiven of Medicine Hat; four grandchildren and one sister in North Vancouver. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in St. Mary the Virgin Anglican Church, with Canon R. W. Cowan officiating. Interment will follow In the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street North, Phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3174 RASH Passed away a t Tsber on Tuesday, July 18, 1972, Ester, of Taber, at the age of 82 years. Born at Plne- ville, Oregon, March 27, 1890, Mrs. Rash came to Canada and married at Lethbridge, August 20, 1912. They home- steaded at Purple Springs, where she has resided until re- tiring to Taber in 1965. She was a member of the Women's In- stitute since 1918. Predeceased by her husband, Linvil, in 1970, survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Ruth) Campbell of Burdetl; three sons, William and Howard of Taber, Thomas of Calgary; oii3 sister, Mrs. Muriel Swee- ney of Dayton, Oregon; 11 grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be conducted from the Taber Church of Christ on Fri- day, July 21 at 2 p.m., Rev. James R. Chapman officiating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Gardens. HUMPH- RIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in Charge of Arrange- ments. C3176 NEVILLE Passed away in the city on Tuesday, July 10, ]972, following a lengthy ill- ness, Miss Norma Elizabeth (Teddy) Neville, at (lie age of 80 years of 407 Oth Avenue "A" South, Lethbridge. Born in On- tario, the late Miss Neville went first to the West Coast where she lived for a number of years, then moved lo Cal- gary where she made her home for over 20 years. For Hie past 30 years she has resid- ed in Lelhnridge, where she cared for Mr. and Mrs. G. Howard Dick, who have pre- deceased her. She continued lo live in Lethbridge until her passing. The late Miss Neville was predeceased by two sis- ters and three brothers but is survived by several nelces and nephews. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday at 10 a.m., in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13lh Slrccl North, with Rev. Falher Bruce Field officiating. Inter- ment will follow at p.m. in Queens Park Cemetery, Cal- gary. Friends may pay their rcspeds at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, fll2 3rd Avenue South. Phone 32B-23G1. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3175 PARCEL EXPLODES HEinUT (AP) A booby- trapped parcel exploded today the Riff Bank, seriously in- juring it Lebanese employee, i'lie hank is owned by British, West German, Kuwait] and Ir.- banesc interests. CARDS OF THANKS WALKS Thank you, to my doctors, the nurses and staff of second East, St. Michael's Ilospilal, for care and kindness, I received while a palienl there. Also thank you to relatives, friends and neighbors, for flow- ers, gifts, cards visits. Phyllis Walks. 5726 SELK Our sincere love and appreciation goes out to rela- tives, friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us at the loss of our dear husband and father. No words CMI express our gratitude for the food, cards, donations, floral tributes, letters and telegrams that were sent. Your kindness will be cherished always. Selk and family. 5719 BAKER. CARL We would like to express our sincere thank you to our friends, rela- tives and neighbors for their concern and thoughtfulness at our time of sorrow. It was all deeply appreciated. Special thank you to the doctor and staff of St. Michael's Hospital. To Father Field, our heartfelt thank you. To our dad's friends who acted as pEilbearers and to Martin Brothers Funeral Home, we thank you all. and Lil Horlacher; Harold and Lorraine Mor- lenson; Ed and Janet Baker. 5702 'Unsound' TORONTO (CP) Retired RCMP deputy commissioner W. H. Kelly says much of the criticism directed at the force recently "is unsound" and called for an investigation "of the whole system" and publica- tion of the findings. Wedneidoy, July 197Z THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD 27 FINISHING TOUCHES Engineering students at the University of British Columbia put finishing touches on iheir low-pollution car before preliminary testing in tos Angeles later this month. The car will be eniered in competition sponsored by the Mas- sachusetts Institute of Technology. Ninety entries are to be judged. Chou accused of promoting arms buildup MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Jnion accused Premier Chou !n-lal here of prompting a United Stales arms buildup and advocating the continued pres- ence of American military orces in Asia. The charge, published by the om muni si party organ, Pravda, centred around a re- port made by two U.S. con- gressmen following their trip to Peking two weeks ago. U.S. Representatives Hale Boggs of Louisiana, majority leader of the House of Repre- sentatives, and Gerald R. Ford, the Republican leader, reported June B that China's leadership is concerned about "the possi- In air plot SAPPORO, Japan lice arrested two 14-year-old boys after tracing their ninth phone call threatening to blow up a jet airliner unless they were paid 10 million yen. The boys said here 5hey wanted Ihe buy plaslic model planes and got Ihe bomb-lhreal idea from television programs, police re- ported. bilily of continued Soviet mcnl and American disarma- menl." The Iwo, who spenl nine days in Peking and mel wilh Ihe Chinese premier for five hourc, said the Chinese were worried specifically about Ihe Soviel Union replacing Ihe United Stales in Asia if U.S. forces were wilhdrawn from the re- gion. VISIT AFRICA A lotal of tourists vi5- iled Soulh Africa in 1971, nearly 18 per cent more lhan In 1970. Midnight Days parade thrills people FORT MACLEOD Midnight Days parade has add- ed one more colorful page to an already historic past in the life of Fort Macleod. Two members of the HCMP and a bevy of cowgirl flag- bearers led Ihe parade down Ihe roule. More than speclators were in a holiday mood. Following the flags were stampede association president George Brown, honorary par- ade marshal Walter Hyssop; and Reg Kesler, livestock con- tractor. Also mounted was stampede queen Miss Jean Marsh. Representing the town in an A HOT ONE The bonfire at the Grizzly Boy Scouts barbecue at South Castle was so hot no one could get within 50 yards of it. Cub chief C. A. (Rocky) Weekes reports. open car was Mayor George Buzunis and Mrs. Buzunis. The Lelhbridge Brewery Coach, always an addition to the Fort Macleod parade, was next in line. The spirited horses and drivers had local MLA Leighton Buckwell riding shot- gun. The Macleod Community Band was supported by the Taber Band, the Cardston Magrath Band and the West Vancouver Band. The latter two each have 100 members and Ihcir appearance greatly enhanced Ihe whole parade. The pioneers were honored by being guests of the Rotary club Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Byrne, 25. leading Australian jockey; in a two-car collision. C. (Rene) For- tier, 87, renowned Quebec curler, who helped establish the Canadian curling championship. Olbia, Gen- tele, the new general manager of New York's Metropolitan Opera; in a traffic accident S w a h n- stroem, 67, a Swedish editor and opponent of the Vielnam war, who won the Lenin Peace Prize in 1967; of heart disease. and rode in the newly painted community bus. Perhaps the most colorful section of any Alberta parade is the Indian section. Participat- ing were Chief Shot Both Sides, Miss N. MacDougall, Miss May MacDougall, Mrs. Joyce Mac- Dougall, councillors Morris Hoa1.; Bull, and Margaret Rose Head Bull, John Healy, Miss May Healy, Mrs. Christine Davis, Loretta English, Selene David, Emil David, and the Wayne Davis family and Ihe Fred Slabsdov.n family, each with decorated cars. The cliildren's section and the floats showed much work and lime hsd gone into their prepar- ation. The business and organi- zation floats were more numer- ous lhan usual. No sympathy DUBLIN7 (Reuier) Prime Minister Jack Lynch warned recenlly that the Irish Re- publican Army could expect no sympathy or support from the Irish republic if it pushes North- ern Ireland to the point of civil war. At the same time, Lynch told the Dail (parliament) that his government would be ready to take part in four-sided talks with Britain and representatives of Uie Protestant and Roman Catholic communities of North- em Ireland. PRIDE OF THE FLEET Built last year ot o coil of the sleek Bonavenlure V is of Canada's most exciting sailboats. In Weekend Magazine thil Saturday, Andy O'Brien reviews her outstanding record. He also gives a vivid first-hand occount of her success in the Susan Hood overnight race on Lake Ontario, notorious for varying weather and navigational problems. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Dog is steady SALEM, Ore. (AP) Wreck- ing yard owner Bill Harris losl a hydraulic press, parl of a fence and two automobile bod- ies lo a fire, bul he knows now he can trust his -.valchdog. When 30 firemen in seven trucks pulled up al Ihe wreck- Ing yard, they had to wait until Harris came to call of the 145- pound German Shepherd before they could get inside lo fight Ihe flames. Bobby escapes REYKJAVIK (Reutcr) The world chess championship scr- ies still looked wide open loday aflcr tillcholder Boris Spasky allowed American challenger Bobby Fischer lo escape with a draw from what seemed to be a hopeless position In the fourth game. today's FUNNY FUND AMD FROL'C Ducan Furniture Club Members "12" SUMMER SAVINGS "12" HERE ARE SOME OF OUR PRESENT SUITES NOW IN STOCK AVAILABLE TO OUR CLUB MEMBERS Modern Sofa and Chair Herculon Modern Davenport and Herculon High Back Sofa and Chair Cotton Traditional Sofa and Chair Nylon Club Price S239 Club Price S189 Club Price Club Price S169 Modern Sofa Only Herculon Club Price J 89 Show Room Address 443A 10th St. North, Lethbridge FOR MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION MAIL THE ATTACHED COUPON OR PHONE 326-7765 OR 327-8331 To: Ducan Furniture Club Ducan Industries Ltd., P.O. Box 159, lethbridge T1J3Y5 I I have heard about your furniture club from other members please rush ms Information about (he Ducan Furnilure Club A membership card I NAME: MAILING ADDRESS: SIGNATURE. L! 'Memberships available only lo residents of Lclhbridge and District WANT TO REACH THE WHOLE CROWD? Yes, there may be that "one in every crowd" who is tough to reach with your advertising message he's too busy on vacation out of town. But a well-planned consistent display advertising program in The Uthbrukjc Herald will be sure to reach everyone because newspaper ads are read at the reader's convenience he picks his own reading time and read- ing demands attention! For a professionally plannsd ad campaign contact The Herald's Display Advertising Department 328-4411 The Lethbridge Herald ;