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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 _ THE IETHBRIDGE -67 SERVICES AND Novamber 4, PUBLIC i! i a in 2, Cri hai of ser Crt at ati Ce ma Ca Ins me Ltd T aw hon on at blii of SET mo nes p.rr mu ser Chi daj me Cer ten Ltd vie C snd daj sep yea lov Pai the the late wai Let yea 196, res ma bee Lib goo He the his cea sist ner Fri atir Mo Tho res Cha 32B-rec R den Noii age N., Mr Ital to min hus Let unti me sior izal tod bv Gra gra. Mr. brie of and of Jos Her had mo she qua trie her wil Rec bra in Chi cel( low tion ter; We "M win spe 32ft rec Vic be Mr sue Oc vc do Ch Ki Pa Go Al Jo in lin nc the FOR ALL YOUR hEPAIRS AND RE-Shlncls, MH-SDW 6pm and wcckcndi. PAINTING TENDER Tenders ore (or Inferior palnllnn. at Irie Lcllibrldgo Auxiliary Hospital, 931 17 Slrcet South, l.eMi-brldoe, Albcrln. Sealed lenders will bo received bV the Administrator at the above address not later Hian p.m., Monday, November li, describing Iho r-jqulred work may be obtained from tho Ad-mlnlslralor of tho Lslhbrldgo Auxiliary He DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING E c e 1 1 e n 1 workmanship. Ptan, MI.7.W. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL RubbiT Mflmcs, concrete seals, dalers. etc. Same-day Service. 1333-3rJ Ave. s. Pluwo 328-im 69A WINTER accepted. D. J, Schlndeler Administrator Lelhbrldrjo Auxiliary WARM WEI OWE AWA11S AT Qufcn Victoria Inn. Ideal winter lur-nished accommodation. Indoor lienled pool, sauna, downtown, narks. or wllhovl niMls. Ofl season rates: Mr. P. G. Harlncll, Douglas SI., Victoria. OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is nlven Ihnl 1. Mar Gflrn Hell, otherwise known as Mar Hall of the' Clly of Lethbridqe, In tho Province ol Alberta, Laundry Proprietor, Intend lo ruake applicallon to !he Provincial Secretary, under the -provisions ot The Change of Name Act, 1941, for change namo as follows: I. For a change of my name to Gam Had WONG 2, For a dvjngc of mv wife's name from Ma Pul Chlng to ?ul China. WONG. Ma Gam Hall Gini Hall 70 HEDG6 TRIMMING pruning and t.movnl, 377-74J1. JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP, Phone 3J7-7KI or 327-7J3S. TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phona 327-7398 or 327-3i3S. WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD lop soil lor sale. 32B-32S9 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUT.-GEOU CUT; ING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-nw. HALF PRICE WHILE IT LASTS !bs. manun, S10 delivered. Phone 327.1Z07. odd lobs. Phor.0 in-Ua. DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION Prniris f-'arm Refiabllllollon Administration TENDERS FOR SEWAGE DISPOSAL 71 POULTRY AND FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS pan ready 37 cents per !h. an coien lot Free delivery Cuslom killing, hell, rnulh Dyck, Coaldale. Ptone 72 PETS AMD undersigned unlll p.m., local Rcglna time, on Tuesday, November 7.1, 1970, tar the construction cf The Pas Indian Reserve Subdivision Contract No. 1 "iewaqe Disposal Works." The slip 'he work U In The Pas IndMrt Reserve No. 21 -which is located just acres; Ihe Saskatchewan River from Ihe Jown 'A The Pas, Manitoba. The work consMs of providing B complele sewage disposal syslem In-cludino: (a) a pump lift stallon (b) circular open oxidation ditch with timber retaining sldewalls nnd ron-cretc THREE ST. BERNARD PUPS FOR sale Eight weeks old. Phone 754-3JOE, Stirling. PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS FOR _ Males and females and puppies. 1211 3rd Ave. A 5. Phone 323-M3. alter i p.m. FEMALE D03ERMAN PINSCHER, SIX rnonlhs old- Mur.t sell Immediately. Priorie 32S-T6J2, ntter I REGISTERED DACHSHUNDS Call 327-339S; oiler i p.m., J2B.a3JO or BS7-3150. sewage Ireatment building [F) nutlall pipe to Ine river, nnd (g) pipes, air 73 BUSINESS elc., complete with all necessary rnechflnkal and electrical worK. Mosl of Ihis work Is lo be completed by March 31, 1971 wllh Ihe balance to be completed by May 31, 1971. The plans and specifications may be viewed m t'ne Winnipeg, Brandon, SdskalDcn srid Reqrna offices of Ihe local Builders' Exchange or Conduction Associalion. Plans, specifications. Instructions and forms lor bidding may be obtained (rom the undersigned at Ms of lice in P.e-gina, upon Ihe deppsit of 'wenlyfive dollars (S25.00) c.ish BILLIARDS WITH SEVEN TABLES for sale or lease. Reasonable p'lce 730 13th St. S. BFAUTY SALON, PRICED FOR quick sale. Wrile Box 3D, SELLING HI WAY CONFECTION. try. corner store with living nuerters alt.ched, Taoer, Alberta. 223-28S2 8553-1 BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells yau how, Phone 3Z8-JS3d, Columbia School of Broaficasllng, fo Ihe Receiver General of Canada, which deposit will t-e redeemable upon Ihe relurn of the p'ans and specif ha lions In good order wilh. In one month after lenders have closed. Tenders will nol be considered unless made on the forms supplied, arfl In accordance win Instructions supplied the specifications. Tenders CONFECTIONERY CLOSE TO NEW 54 stiller plus fresh Inventory of approximately SI, GOO. Volume Increasing daily. Phone 333-5336, filler 1 p.m. C WELL ESTABLISHED DENTURE clinic Downtown Calgary. Ifi same local ion down, oalnnce terms. Phone 1-2491243, 1 -287-3268, and form specified In the Instructions. The Inwesi or any lender not necessarily accepted. By Order. J. G. DlriMJor; PFRA JQ1 Msfherwell HUSKY T RAVELCENTER TRUCK5TOP AND HUSKY HOUSE CAFE, YOUNGSTOWN, ALBERTA. GOOD POTENTIAL FOR COUPLE. FOR ALL PARTICULARS, PLEASE REPLY TO MR. R. CHITTICK, HUSKY OIL LTD., 815 6TH ST. S. W-, CALGARY 2, ALBERTA OR TELEPHONE 267-6418. OF ACTION TO: WILLIAM JOHN ROYIE Once of TABER, ALBERTA TAKE NOTICE that your wire MABEL MARY ROYLE ai Pellllon-er, has Illed a Petition for Divorce Ho. 4S01-GJ5K) the OMUie of Ihe Clerk of Ihe Supreme Courl of Alberta 1970. The Petitioner's solicitors are Messrs. Valiants and co.Tipanyj NOO i.B.M Building, Calgary 3, Alia. The Petitioner claims a divorce, alimony, mainlenance and cuslody c' the children, and cosls. Tha grounds alleged are slafEd In the Petition, a copy of which will mallid to you upon request (o (he Pelilloner's solicitors. If you wish lo oppose the Pel it ion or seek ether retia) you should immediately He In 1tie Office of Ihe Clerk of (he Court, Tfia Court House, Calgary, Al-wrla, an Answer or Demand af No-ice or instruct your lawer to do so. f within 30 days c( this publication you fail ?o (He an Answer or Demand cf Notice Ihe Pelllloner may proceed fltcordlt.n ID the praclicfc nf Ihe Court o nolc you In delaulf and you will not ba entl'led lo nollce c' any (urlher proceedings and Ins relief soughl by he Petilioner may be given In ycur absence. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE lhaf your wile MARY ROYLE as plaintiff has an action or Parliliori and Sale of lhat properly n Calgary described BS 2fiO 99IH Avt-nue 5.E., owned lotntly by you and your wife, Ihis action being No. 74 LOANS 5 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert 1 e s. Farms and ranches. -Clly or Town. Lowesf Interest rates available. First end second THE PEOPLE AT NIAGARA -Really know how to your money requirements. Experi appraisal service Insures you'll receive maximum morlgaga financing al favourable rott, or you may obtain a hill consolidation loen. Group Llle Insurance available, No fuss, no tlelay. Call "THE" NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 2, J2-1 7FH SI. S. 327-85J5 75 CONCRETE WORK Slspi, driveways, relalning Walls, patio All worn guaranteed. 327-26-il. lo her by cancellation of Ihe exlsl-nq Certificate of Title for the said properly and Us replacement by a lerlificate In her name. The grounds alleged are slaled In th? Statement of Claim a copy of which will be mailed o you upon request lo Ihe PlalnllM's sollcilors Messrs. Vallance and Company. If you dispute the said- claim FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, eld basemenls dug, water proofing. In-lured, Irea csjimales. Phone 327-828S. BORGE RAVEN 1327 9lh St. N, Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rcnms, remodelling and repairs, Phona 357-3519. this publication flip n Statement of Defence or Demand of Notice, if you all lo do so 1he Plalnlllf may proceed according lo the praclice of Ihe Court to note yasi in default and you will GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and sluccoing. Anderson Plaintiff may be given In your absence. Your whereabouts being unknown Ihe Court ordered auhsliluflcn-al service ot these actions upcn you by Ihis advertisement, VALLANCE COMPANY Solicitors lo Ihe Pelltlonsr and Plaintiff UOO I.B.M. Building, 1 CUSTOM FRAMING TO AUL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AWD RUMPUS ROOMS, FOR ESTIMATES CALL OR PUBLIC DIOCESE OF NELSON 813 V'-'ard Nelson. B.C., Canada NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed lenders In duplicate Sweeps To Victory In Utah SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -Democralic Senator Frank "Catechelical Building" will te received by moll en or before November 13, 1970, P.M. local lime. Tender! are lo be enclosed h envclonc addressed to Faihsr T-'3lnsr, St. Wcii-oel's Parish. Box Ii7, Nasal, B.C. Drawings nnrf specific aliens will he available lo Gcncr.il Contractors only at the archllecls' office en and aflcr Oclotcr 18, Hlfl A refundable cacti set ol drawings and specifications U.S. Senate Tuesday blc3 bend or a ccrtlllert ttieque lor 5% of the amount, mode Nixon, Vicc-Presidcjit Spiro T. Agncw end other Ths icwesl cr fir.y lender will nnt necessarily bo Moss' seal WBS on the He-publican party's priority list in its bid Lo UTCSt control o[ Ihc U.S. Senate from Democrats. His opponent, Representative Laurence .1. Burton, (lave up nlmoTit certain re-election (o Iho llou.so of Representatives to run for tho on Bl Journal o' Commerce West IIiN Ave., Vancouver, B c., Leltibrldije fonOrcclir.n Oc.'cter 3S, Asfcfcrn R. Ga'hs aM ArchilDcfs snd 193 Mailings Street Vancouver, Q.C 6SB-I2M Births, Deaths, Funerals, f Cards Of Thanks, I ;i In Memoriams P By THE CANADIAN PRESS 11 o w prominent candidates fared in T u e s d n y 's United Stales election: Rcubin Askew defeated Claude Kirk, right-wing Republican seeking rc-elcelion as governor of Florida. President Nixon and Vice-Presidtnt Spiro Agncw had campaigned for Kirk. Lloyd Bcntsen won a Senate seat from Texas, defeating Republican George Bush, lor whom President Nixon and Vice-President Agnew had campaigned personally. Both candidates we Houston millionaires describing themselves as conservative. William E. Brock defeated Albert Gore, 62, veteran Liberal Democrat from Tennessee who had been in tlie Senate since 1953. Brock, who received help in the election from President Nixon and Vice-President Agnew, won a hard-fought contest. James L. Buckley, Conservative, defeated incumbent Republican Charles E. Goodell and Democrat Richard Ottinger. Although running against a Republican, Buckley won support from the White House for his vigorous backing of President Nixon's policies. Buckley is brother of noted conservative writer William F. Buckley. Dale Bumpers defeated Winthrop Rockefeller as governor of Arkansas. Winthrop, whose brother Nelson won an unprecedented fourth four-year term as governor cf New York, was seeking his third two-year term. Harry F. Byre! who held a Virginia seat in (lie Senate as a Democrat last term, retained the seat as an independent. He declined to run as a Democrat in a dispute over his party's loyalty oath and became the first third-party senator since 1910. Emamicl Ccllcr won his 25th term in the House of in New York. The 82-year-old Celler is chairman ot the House judiciary committee. Philip Hart won tiiii'd term as senator in Michigan, dc.'.-aling Lonorc Romney, 61, wife of Gcc ge Bomney, President Nixon's housing secretary. H-.-l, 57, is a prominent liberal. Louise Dny Hicks (Dem.) 51-yenr-old Boston grandmother vho achieved fame as a foe of busing of students to achieve racial balance in schools, won a Massachusetts seat in the House of Represent at've. Hubert II. Humphrey was elected lo the Senale from Minnesola. After serving as senator from 194B-61, he was vice-prcsident under Lyndon B. Johnson and was defeated by President Nixon in the 196B presidential election. .He lakes over the seat vacated by Eugene McCarthy. Edward M. Kennedy member of the famous Kennedy family who has been mentioned as a future candidate for the presidency, easily retained his Senate seat in Massachusetts. Mike Mansfield re-elected senator from Montana, has served as majority leader in the Senate since 1961. A studious, quiet-spoken former political science professor, he was a five-term congressman before being elected to the Senate in 1952. Edmund S, Mnski candidate for vice-president in the last U.S. election and considered a possibility to seek the presidency ii 1972, was re-elected to the Senate in Maine. Charles U. Rangcl won the House of Representatives seat held for many years by Adam Clayton Powell, outspoken and controversial Negro from New York's Harlem district. Harlem Democrats nicked Rangel, a Negro, over Powell earlier this year and he gained endorsement from the Republicans. Ronald Reagan re-elected to his second four-year term as governor of California over Democratic Assemblyman Jess Unruh. The former movie actor, strong on law and order, received campaign help from President Nixon and Fared persons prominent In Ine filn world. Nelson Rockefeller (Rep. won an unprecedented fourth Jour-year term as governor o New York. He defeated Dem( crat Arthur Goldberg, forme justice of the US. Suprem Court and U.S. ambassador t tlie United Nations, Hugh Scott re-electe senator from Pennsylvania, i [he Republican leader in Ihe Sc nate. A senator since 1958, be i regarded as a "moderate" Ri publican and has occasional] voted against the Nixon admin istrfltion. John Stcnrus a mem ber of the Senate since 1M' was re-elected handily over a irdenerdenl Negro challenger J Mississippi. Stennis is chairam of liie Senate armed servic committee. Mtei ID. Stevenson 1 won an Illinois Senat seat against a Republican ear didale strongly supported b President Nixon and Vice-Pres dent Spiro Agnew. He Is the so of Adlai II, twice U.S. presidei tial candidate, former niino governor and former ambasst dor to the United Nations. John V. Tunney SO of former heavyweight brain champion Gene Tunney, ouste Republican Senator Georg Murphy in California. The lose a onetime film star, wa strongly supported by Presider Nixon and his family. George C. Wallace (Dem. elected governor of Alabama segregationist governor of th state from 1963-66, he was n gent-governor during his la wife Lurleen's term. He was Ihird-parly candidate for pres dent in the 1968 election and considered a possible Candida! again in 1972. He was unoppose by Republicans in this clectioi Lowell P. Weicker (Rep. Elected to Senate from Connect cut, defeated Thomas J. Code the Democratic mcumber.1 sine 1959 who was running as uicif pendent, and Democrat Josep Duffey. Dodd was denied th Democratic nomination after spending scandal. Funeral service for Mrs. Catherine Priest-Icy, beloved mother of Mrs. J. J, (Diane) Alleinckindcrs of Lclhbridgo who died Friday, Ocl. 30, 1970, after n. long illness at tlie age of 61 years, was held at 11.111. Tuesday in the "Memorial Chapel" at 703 I3tb St. N., with Rev. Nicholas Diadio officiating. PaUbearere were Bert Rannard, Roy Aldous, George Mossey, Steve Swedish, William Fruet and Howard G o w. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SAKATCH Requiem mass for Joseph Sakatch, native son of Lethbridge who died here Thursday, Oct. 29, 1970, at tlie age of 59 years, was said at a.m. Monday, Nov. 2, 1970, in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church with Rev. Nicholas Diadio the celebrant. Pallbearers were Mike George, John Dcak, Jolm Mi-halik, Orlando Luciani, Victor Clements and Nestor Stanko. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the DEATHS Passed away in Lcthbridge on Monday, Nov. 2, 1970, Dr. J. Roderick Mc-Criinmon, 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Julie McCrimmon of Pincher Creek. Tlie iuneral service will be held in Pincher Creek United Church, Thursday at 2 p.m., Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Cemetery. Friends who wisli may donate to the Canadian Capcor Society, care of Ames Insurance. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. THOMAS Rose, passed away suddenly In Magrath on Tuesday, November 3, 1970, at the age of 69 years. Funeral arrangement will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are in Charge of Arrangements. Passed away in the city on Tuesday, November 3, 1570, following a brief illness, George, at the age of 87 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Millus of 610 16th St. N. Born in Austria, the late Mr. Millus came to Montreal in 1907, moving to Lethbridge in 1908 and retired from coal mining in 1935 and after a number of years as a City employee, retired in 1954. Besides his loving wife, survivors include six daughters, Mrs. B. (Helen) Shaffer of Victoria, Mrs. M. (Minnie) Polatiko of Calgary, Mrs. Ann Ballard and Mrs. D. (Judy) Budd both of Burnaby, B.C., Mrs. B. (Pauline) Benjamin of Georgetown, Ontario, Mrs. A. (Ger-aldine) Baumback of Medicine Hat and several grandchildren. He was predeceased by four sisters and five brothers in the Old Country. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, with Father N. Diadio celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Friday at p.m. in Memorial Cbap-el. Those who wish may pay their respects at 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. TAKEDA Fusajiro, passed away suddenly at his farm home in the Coaldale district on Sunday, November 1, 1970. at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Yoshi Takeda of Coaldale. Wake and Funeral Service will be held in the Raymond Buddhist Church on Wednesday, November 4lh at p.m., with Rev. Leslie Kawa-mura o f f i c i a ting. Interment service will be held in the Christensen Chanel on Thursday at 10 a.m., prior to interment in the Mountain View Cemetery at Lethbridge. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. C996 CREDICO Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday, November I, 1970, Giuseppe at the age of 7C years, of 356 19th St. N., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Pansy Credits. Born in Italy, the late Mr. Credico moved to the United States in 1914 and later to Lethbridge where he worked as a miner. He later was employed by tlie City of Lethbridge for a number of years until his retirement in 1963 and he has continued lo reside here ever since. For many years, Mr. Credico had been a member of the Miners' Library and had made many good friends and associates. He is survived by one sister in the Old Country and besides his loving wife he was predeceased by one son and several sisters and brothers. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 4 p.m. in "Memorial Chapel" 703 13th St. N., with Rev Dr. R. W. K. Elliott Fund In Trouble EDMONTON (CP) The United Community Fund of Edmonton is in trouble only five days after it announced the surpassing of a objective, officials said Tuesday. Hugh Harvey, Edmonton fund director, said that when the campaign's victory announcement was made last Friday, the directors had counted on the additional and repeat pledges from those who contributed to last year's campaign. "We are concerned that the people who haven't yet pledged their full shares to the United Fund now are adopting the at-itude the fund is already over. In reality we need about HUMPHREY Senators E By THE CANADIAN PRESS Following is the Canadian Press list by parties of senators elected, with party gain shown unless unchanged DEMOCRATS Johr. V. Tunney, gain from Republican Lawton Chiles Adlai E. Stevenson HI, gain from Republican xEdmund S. MusHe Massachusetts xEdwarcl M. Kennedy xPhilip A. Hart Hubert H. Humphrey xJohn Stenms xStuart Symington Montana xMike Mansfield xHoward Cannon New xHarrison A. Williams New Mexico xjoscph M. Montoya Novlli xQuentin N. WALLACE 'lected List xFrank E. Moss xHenry M. Jackson West sHobert C. Byrd xWiUiam Prox-mire xGale McGee REPUBLICANS xTed Stevens xPaul B. Fannln Lowell P. Weicker, gain from Democrat William V. Roth Hiram L. Fong Glenn Beall, gain from Democrat xRoman L. Hruska Robert Taft Jr., gain from Democrat xHugh Scott William: E. Brock, gain from Democrat Vermont- -xWinston L. Pronty CONSERVATIVES New James L. Buckley, gain from Republican INDEPENDENTS xllarry F. Byrd, gain from Democrat Elected List Nebraska J. James Exonf I gain from R. Mike O'Callaghan D, gain from New xWalter Pe lerson, R. New Bruce King, D gain from R. New Nelson A. Rncte feller, R, Ohio-John .J Gilllgan, D gain from R. David Hall, D gain from R. xTom McCall R. Pennsylvania Milton Fred Gustav Porkka, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Porkka of Foremost who died in the city Saturday, Oct. 3i, 1970, after a brief illness at the age of 70 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the "Memorial 703 13th St. N., with Rev. A. Olson officiating. Active pallbearers were George Shatz, Tony Brittner, Russell Scratch, Dale Seward, Richard Walters and Ray Collins. Ho n o r a r y pallbearers were Jim Hollihan, Albert Con-way, John Gejdos and Earl Foss. Interment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the Bread In Robbery EDMONTON (CP) George Patrick Evans, 23, and Glen McKoy, 24, who robbed a 67-year-old man of two loaves of bread after kicking him in the face were each sentenced to three months in jail. They hast pleaded guilty to robbery with violence. Police saw the robbery on Oct. 27 and arrested the two after a short Policy For Parks Residents OTTAWA CCP) Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien said Tuesday he will announce later this week a new federal policy OE residents in national parks. The minister made his statement during the Commons question period in reply to chiding by Marcd Lambert (PC-Edmonton West) that announcement of the policy tad been promised two weeks ating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery, Those who wish may pay their respects at the "Memorial Chapel" 703 13th St. N. Phone: 32B-23G1, Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C997 KOTA Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday, November 1, 1970, Hda, at the age of 70 years, of 113 16th St. N., beloved wife of the late Mr. Evaristo Rota. Born in Italy, the late Mrs. Rota came to Coalhurst in 1926. After the mine explosion which killed her husband in 1935, she moved to Lethbridge where she resided until her passing. She was a member of the Chinook Pensioners, Senior Citizens Organization, the Eagles and Moose lodges. Mrs. Rota is survived by one son, Remo Rota of Granada Hill, California; two grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs, Catterina Angeli of Lethbridge, Mrs. T. (Alda) Kirwin of Vancouver, Mrs. Libra Berti and Mrs. Maria Toccoli, both of Italy and one brother, Joseph Chemotti also of Italy. Her sister, Mrs. Libra Berti, had just left to return to Italy after spending a couple of months visiting here, where she and Mrs. Rota renewed acquaintances with many old friends and new. Because of her sudden passing, Mrs. Rota will be missed by many. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 10 a. rain St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, with Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Wednesday at p.m. in "Memorial Those who wish mav pay their respects at 703 i.lth St. N. Phone: 32B-2.lfil. Martin Bros. Lid., Directors of Funeral Service. Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Rome Johannes Urzidil, 74, a Czech-born writer and a close friend of novelist Franz Kafka; of a stroke. Richard Ogden, 40, of Victoria, B.C., a free-lance correspondent who contributed many articles to Maclean-Hunter OF THANKS LOMAS We wish to convey our thanks for the many cards, telegrams, flowers, and kind messages received on the occasion of our 60th wedding anniversary. We had hoped to see you all in person at an informal "open house." Unfortunately, ill-nes has prevented this temporarily. and George Lomas. 9420 KOSKOWICH We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends, relatives and neighbors who sent flowers, cards of sympathy, mass cards, and who assislPd us in every way during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to the ladies who brought iocd and -who served the lovely luncheon after the service. Very special thanks to Rev. N. Diadio, Rev, J. Lynn, Rev, R. Zuback and Rev. LeBel for their help and kindness. Koskowich family. f MEMORIAMS WEHbAGE In loving memory of a dear son and brothei Mark, who passed away, November 4, 1907. Gone, dear Mark, gone forever; But you left us to remember None on earth, can take jour place. A happy home we once enjoyed; sweet the memory still But death has left a Joneiine That no one elsa could ever fill. remembered and sadly missed by mom and dad and Cccile. 83S6 PARKS AND HAMMON In loving memory of my beloved daughter Marian (Mrs. James who passed away vember 4, 1952: also my beloved little son Billie Hammon, who passed away November 13, 1938. In death's dark vale F feel no ill With thcc dcnr Lord bc.iiili me. Thy rod and staff my comfort still Thy cross before lo pride me. reinr-mborr.d by fhcir mother, Mrs, Marian Hammon, xJchn 0. Psstore Lloyd M. EeDlwn Governors i THE CANADIAN PRESS Following is the Canadian Press list of slate governors elected, with party gain shown u n 1 c s unchanged Ajnbamr.-George Wallace, D. xjack Williams, R. Dale Bumpers, D, gain from R. xRonald Reagan R. xJohn A. Love, R. J. Mcs-kill, R, gain from D. Reiibin Askew, D, gaifl from R. Georgia Jimmy Carter, D. xJohn A. Bums, D. Cecil D. Anrtrus, 0, gain from R. xRobcrt D. Ray, R, xRobert Docking, D. xMarvin Mandcl. D. xFrands W. .Sargent n. Mimwsola-WendeU K. Anderson FUNERAL ANDERSON Funeral service for Carl Albin Anderson, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mary Anderson who died suddenly in Tabor Thursdav, Ocl. 29, 1970, at the age of H2 years, was held at 1 p.m. Monday in (he F.vangelical Free Church, Vauxhall, with licv. Kiclh L. McNeil' officiating. Pallbearers were Bernard and Gordon Harold Aycrs, Andres, Ben House and John Rcsslcr. Interment was in the Vauxhall Cemetery. Mar-lin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the CARDINAL'S FINAL RESTING PLACE The Porllunoula Chapel at St. Colelta's Schoo in Hanover, Mass., will ba tha burial place for Richard Cardinal Gushing after Mi funeral Saturday. Tho Churci dedicaled by Ibe Cardinal as he called for "a relurn to Ihe virtues of Si. Francis, simplicity and purity" is a replica of St. Francis of Auitls 700-yecir-otd Chapel located In D, gain from R. South John C. West D. 8 o u li Richard F Kncip, D, gain from R. Winfield Dunn, R gain from D. xPrcstoa E. Smith, D xDcano C, Davis n. Wisconsin-Patrick J. Luccy D, gain from R. xStanley K. HaLha R, ;