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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Sulurday, Novomlw 7, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 emonam6 BIRTH Monson is happy to announce the arrival of his brother, Douglas Lamont. Born November 4th at the L.D.S. Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah. Parents Jim and Pat Monson. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Alonson, Salt Lake City and Mrs. Edna Mc- Leod, Lethbridge. 8613 DEATHS FEENEY Passed away on Friday, November 6, 1970, Ethel Feeney, age 75 years of Fort Macleod. Born in Stock- ton On Tees, England in 1895. She married J. Stan Feeney in London, England in 1919. They came to Marmora, Ontario where they resided until moving to Fort Macleod in 1926. They farmed in the Porcupine Hills and later the South Macleod district. She was a past Noble Grand of the Mountain View Rebecca Lodge and twice past honored Royal Lady of the OOHP. She is sur- vived by one son Cecil Feeney, Port Credit, Ontario; three grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband in 1937. The fu- neral service will be held in Christ Church Anglican on Monday at 2 p.m., Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by Eden's Funeral Home, Fort Macleod. C1065 PARKINS Verne Alfred, passed away suddenly in Mag- rath on Friday, November 6, 1970, at the age of 54 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Frances Margaret Parkins of Magrath. Mr. Parkins was bora in Tree- Ion, Saskatchewan. He was a member of the Canadian Arm- ed forces during the second World War, serving in life Ca- nadian Army. Was married to Frances Margaret Newhouse in 1942 and moved to Fore most, Alberta in 1961 where they lived until 1961 when thej moved to Raymond for three years. In the fall of 1964 he moved to Magrath and was living there at the time of his passing. He was a member o) Canadian Legion.He was an auto mechanic by trade. Left to mourn his passing be- sides his loving wife are nine sons and three daughters, Gary of Calgary, Raymond of Moun- tain View, Mrs. Ear! Finch of Calgary, Wally, Ronald, Con- nie, Richard, Robert, Eugene, Elaine, Philip and Marjorie at home, also five grandchildren; two brothers Harry of Edmon- ton, and" Clifford of Rimbey; two sisters Wilma Newhouse and Vera Radbucks of Front- ier, Sask. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath L.P.S. Chapel on Tuesday, November 10, 1970 at 2 p.m., with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects prior to the ser- vice at the Church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C1067 DOMEIJ Passed away in the city on Friday, November 6, 1970, following a lengthy ill- ness, Olaf Wilhelm "Bill" Domeij, at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elva Domeij of the city. Born in Gideo, Sweden in 1888, the late Mr. Domeij homesteaded at Turin in 1906, and in 1939 moved to Picture Butte. In the fall of 1940, he went to Van- couver and resided there until the spring of 1943, at which time he returned to the farm at Turin. He purchased an irri- gated farm in the Rainier dis- trict in and continued farming there until retirement in 1957. For the next ten years, he resided in Coaldale, and in 1968 came to Lethbridge where he has resided until his pass- ing. Besides his loving wife, Elva, survivors include, three sons, Elmer of Red Deer, Stan- ley of Calgary and Floyd of Bassano: one daughter. Mrs. D. L. (Mildred) House of Red Deer; nineteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; three sisters, Miss Nina Domeij of Seattle, Washington, Mrs. Betty Brekke of Billings, Montana; Mrs. Ida Nylander of Vancouver, Washington; and one brother, Oscar S'olin of Seattle, Washington. He was preceded in death by one daughter in 1936. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m. in 'Martin Bros. Chapel.' 812 3rd Ave. S.. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offici- ating, Interment will folloii in Mountain V i e w Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at 'Martin Bros. Chap- el, 812 3rd Avc. S. Phone 328- 2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Please note: Courtesy parking at rearj of chapel. 10631 DEATHS ESSER Passed away in Golden, British Columbia on Friday November 6, 1970, Wal- ter Albert Henry Esser, be- loved husband of the late Mrs. Annie Esser of Lethbridge. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C10C4 TOTH Passed away at Calgary on Saturday, Novem- ber 7, 1970, Miklos (Nick) of Taber, at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mar- cella Toth of Taber. Funeral arrangements will be announc ed when completed by Hum pliries Funeral Home, Taber. C106 FINLEY Raymond Hart ley, passed away in Stirling o Saturday, November 7, 1970, a the age of 78 years. Funeral ai rangements will be announcec when completed. Christenser Salmon Funeral Home rectors of Funeral Service. C1067. CARDS OF THANKS LIVINGSTONE I wish to thank all those who sent cards and gifts for my 97th birthday. Mrs. E. Livingstone 9614 FUNERALS THOMAS Funeral servic for Ellen Rose Thomas, belovec wife of the late Gilbert P Thomas who died at Magratl suddenly Nov. 3, 1970, at th age of 69 years, was held at p.m. Friday in the Christensen Chapel. Pallbearers were Wa] don Gumey, John Bibo, Nya Fletcher, M. E, Spencer, Ear Seward and William J. George Interment was in the Mountair View Cemetery. Christenser Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di rectors of Funeral Service, wa: in charge of the arrangements BRUESIIAFER Funera service for John Brueshafer Lethbridge resident who died Sunday, Nov. 1, 1970, at the age of 54 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1970 in the Christensen Chapel with Rev. Walter F. Schoepp offici ating. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge o] the arrangements. RED CROW ser- vice for Allan Red Crow, who died suddenly at Cardston Sat- urday, Oct. 31, 1970, at the age of 46 years, was held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1970 in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. J. Du Haime t h e celebrant. Pallbearers were Mike Derine, Frank Blackwater, Leo Red Crow, Pat Brewer, Jim Low Horn and Joe Young Pine. Honorary pall- bearers were Allan Shade, Hor- ace Big Throat, Walter Singer and Billy Heavy Runner. In- terment was in the Blood Band Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. TAKEDA Funeral service ror Fusajiro Takeda, beloved lusband of Mrs. Yoshi Takeda of Coaldale who died suddenly at his farm home in the Coal- dale district Sunday, Nov. 1, 1970, at the age of 79 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day in the Raymond Buddhist Church with Rev. Leslie Kawa- mura officiating. Interment service was held in the Chris- tensen Chapel at 10 a.m. Thurs- day. Pallbearers were Roy Sassa, D. Hatanaka, Muney iameshima, Richard and Jerry Takeda and Tom Kosaka. In- .erment was in Mountain View Dcmetery. Christenser. Salmon ?uneral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral S'crvice, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS HOUSE We would like to ;hank all those who sent cards, 'lowers, food and well wishes. Special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Taber Hospital for the care given Mr. Anderson; also to the ladies who prepared the lunch after the service. It was all greatly ap- preciated. and Vi House and family. 9587 JIOOHEY We wish to ex- >ress our sincere thanks to the Mllbearers, neighbors and riends in appreciation of their sympathy, floral tributes, can- cer donations, cards, food and other acts of kindness shown on he loss of our dear wife and mother, Beaulah Moorey. Spe- cial thanks to the lurses and staff at the Munici- >al Hospital; the Ladies' Auxil- ary to the Royal Canadian Le- gion, Bcllevue; the Moose Hillcrest and also to Reverend Bob Smith and Fan- in's Funeral Chapel. Moorey and daughter Margaret, 9588 KOTA The family of the late Ilda Rota wish to express their thanks and appreciation to all the friends for the lovely flowers, expressions of sym- pathy and assistance. A special thanks to the Eagles Lodge members who acted as pall- bearers and the ladies who pro- vided the luncheon. Rota and family. 9600 ARMITT I wish to thank my friends for their visits, gifts and flowers during my recent illness in the hospital. Special thanks to the doctors and staff of the Lethbrdge Municipal Hosptal. Mary Armitt 9605 CHENERY We wish to thank all our friends and rela- tives for all their acts of kind- ness during our recent be- reavement; for cards, visits and food. They were greatly appreciated. Special thanks to Rev. King for his help and kindness. Chenery family. 9584 IN MEMORIAMS In loving mem- ory of Mr. Frank Earl Slawson, who passed away November 7, 1969. remembered and ever loved by his wife Ilean and son Kenneth; daughter Rob- erta and Arnold Dixou and family; Sharon and Tom Ramage and family; also son Richard and Gail Slaw- son of Calgary. 9590 TOMASTA In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Teresa Tomasta, who passed away November 7. 1965. We lost a mother with a heart of gold How much we miss her can never be told, She shared our troubles, and helped us along, If we follow her foosteps we will never go wrong. loved and remember- ed by Pat, Joe and chil- dren. 9589 CNR Position Defended EDMONTON (CP) Canadi- an National Railways has no obligation to lose money, John Trancis Roberts of Montreal, he railway's assistant vice- jresident of marketing says. Defending the CNR's position, during a public hearing into an application to abandon a pas- senger train service between 5dmonton, Camrose, Drumhel- .er and Calgary, Mr. Roberts said the crown corporation would be doing more for AI- lerta residents by eliminating lie unprofitable route. The hearing was held by the Canadian transport commis- sion's railway transport com- nittee, which will move to Monday to consider an application by Canadian 'acific Railway to discontinue >assenger train service be- ween Medicine Hat and Lcth- ffidge and Calgary and Leth- bridge. The CPR has also ap- ilied to abandon passenger rains between Edmonton and Calgary. The hearing was told that the CNR lost S439.239 on its Fxl- nonton Camrose Dramhel- er Calgary run in 1969. J. J. Frawley, counsel for the [overnraent of Alberta, and a irief from the City of Camrose aid the railway has an oblifia- :ion to keep the daily service operation for use by resi- ents of the province. Mr. Frawlc- Mic CNT, hould keep the trains moving wen if it cosl a year le deficit that would remain hould the committee decide a subsidy be paid to keep the ervice going. former N.S. 'remier Smith s Hospitalized HALIFAX (CP) Former remicr G. I. Smith of Nova cotia has suffered a mild heart ttack while vacationing in Ber- muda and is expected to remain n hospital for two or three veeks, a Progressive Conserva- ive party spokesman said here oday. Mr. Smith is in King Edward [ospital in Hamilton, Bermuda. Irs. Smith is with him. Israel No Longer Committed To Ceasefire Terms By Tllli ASSOCIATED PIIESS Defence Minister Moslie Dayan says Israel no longer is committed to terms of a United States-sponsored ceasefire and military standstill near the Suez canal and that if Egyptian troops cross the canal "they will have to meet Israel's iron fist." The ceasefire expired at mid- night Thursday nigiit, but a rcs- o 1 u t i o n passed in the UN Wednesday urged that it be ex- tended, and the guns remained silent today. Dayan told a group of engi- Egypt back missiles alleg- edly moved closer to the canal in violation of the original nccrs in Tel Aviv Friday the extension was prompted by the UN resolution and contained no c o m m i t in e n t to the United States, implying that Washing- Ion had tied Israel's hands with the original three-month stand- still. The resolution also recom- mended that Israel, Egypt and Jordan return to indirect peace negotiations at the UN, which ceasefire agreement. Egypt re- sponded that the missiles were in the standstill zone before the agreement and refused to pull float. Put on the life-jacket them back. i jt should keep your head well Israel has refused to do until I above the water. It's The Law The law states that there must be a life-jacket for each person in a boat. To test whether your life-jackets have deteriorated in quality since you bought them, don't just toss them in the water to see if they Egypt said the current exten- sion is the last under any cir- cumstances, and Premier Wasfi Tell of Jordan was reported to have told a Beirut magazine he believes another Arab-Israeli war is inevitable. Tell pledged in Amman today to turn Jordan into the "launch- ing pad and mainstay" of the Arab Palestinian guerrilla movement. He told a news con- ference his government would devote all its efforts to achiev- ing a "deep and lasting brother- hood" between the army and the guerrillas. Tell, whose appointment by King Hussein has been attacked bitterly by the commando's, ex- pressed "heartfelt regret' for bloody fighting in September be- tween Jordanian troops and Pal- estinian guerillas. NO CELEBRATING Confederate partisans of Vicksburg, Miss., had little cause to celebrate or. July 4, 1863. On that day Union farces captured the city after a long siege, lowered the Stars and Bars from atop the Warren County courthouse, and raised the American flag. To Canada' THE KAINAi Canada's Leading Indian Wewspoper fAINAl '5 COX E09 CASDSTQN AIDESTA CANADi October IS, WO WILTON GOODSTRIKER FIRSI BLOOD INDIAN TO JOIN MAJOR POLICE FORCE Browning, Indian Educator 1-J New Teaching Method Published Monthly 15th of Each Month I RCA INIERNAHONAL RODEO FINALS ti'li