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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS BATTIST Passed away in the city on Saturday, Novem- ber 11, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Florence Kale Bat- list, at the ago of 92 years, of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5458 ROLLAG John, passed eway in the city on Sunday, November 12lh, 1972, at the age of 87 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Amanda Rollag of Leth- b'.-idge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C5451 YUEN Passed away in the city on Friday, November 10, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Bing Yuen at the age of 73 years of 308 2nd Avneue S. Bovn in China, the late Mr. Yuen came to Canada in the early 1920's, to Calgary, and then moved to Lelhbridge in 1950 where he has resided until his passing. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 312 3rd Aveneu S., with Rev. D-. R. W. K Elliott officiating. Inteiment will follow in the Chinese sec- tion, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C5456 JAWORSKY Passed away at Ponoka on Saturday, Novem- ber 11, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Jacob Jaworsky at the age of 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Jawor- sky of 1222 3 Avenue S. Fun- eral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. HORN Passed away in the city on Thu-sday, November 9, JP72. following a brief illness, Mr. John Horn at of 81 beloved husband of Mrs. Sadie Eliza- beth Horn of 1019 5th Avenue N. Tlie funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery- Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13 St. N. phone 328-2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. PARRY Passed away in the city on Friday, November 10, 1972, following a brief ill- ness, Mr. Charles Edward Parry at tlie age of 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Laufey Parry of 1719 Scenic Drive. Born in Cardiff, Wales the late Mr. SZTABA Passed away sud- denly in the city on Friday, November Mr. Mitchell Albert Sztaba, at the age of 72 years of 637 12 St. A N. beloved husband of tlie late Mrs. Katii- cran Sztaba. Born in Poland, tire late Mr. Sztaba was raised and educated there and came to Canada in 1927. He settled north of Edmonton for a time and then came to the Lethbridge area in 1931 and has resided here for most of his life. He was predeceased by his loving wiie in 1945 and is survived by one son, Mr. Mitchell Sztaba Jr. of Lethbridge and one brother, Frank in Poland. Prayers will be held on Monday (this eve- ning) at 8 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 )3 St. N. The funeral sen-ice will be held on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. y., with Rev. Father R. Zuback officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary seclion, Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13 St. phone 32B-23G1. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. DEATHS Taber, passed away at Barnwell on Friday, Novem- ber 10, 1972, John, at the age of 73 years. Born at Megyasaso Zcmplain, Hungary, July 1, 1899. He married in the Old Country before coming to Taber in 1923. Mr. Vik has farmed in the Taber area until the time of his passing. Predeceased by wo brothers, Bert and Joseph. Survivors include his wife, Julia n Hungary; three sons, Barney, John and Def all in the Old Country; sister-in-law, Teresa Vik of Taber; five nephews, and six grandchildren. Funeral Eer- vices will be conducted from Knox United Church in Taber on Tuesday, November 14, at 2 p.m. with Kenneth Morris offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Gardens. H U M P H RIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of ar- rangements. C5461 STONES Passed away in Lethbridge on Satuday, Novem- jer 11, 1972, William Stones, aged 6B years, of Fort Macleod. Born in Leeds, England, he came to Fort Macleod with his family in 1908. He married Elsie McAllister in Fort Mac- leod in 1929. They farmed in the Spring Point and Rathwell districts and Mr. Stones later vorked for Hie CPR, retiring due to ill health in 1944. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Arlene Best of Fort Mac- leod and Donahue, two great-grand- children; one brother Joe of Calgary and two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Risler and Mrs. Kay Nal- der, both of Lelhbridge. The :uneral service will be held in the Trinity United Church on Tuesday at p.m., Peter Walker officiating minister. In- terment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by ED- EN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Parry came and Lethbridge to in Canada 1902, with lu's parents and grew up with Lathbridge. He went over- seas with the R.C.M.P. contin- gent and on his return, first (armed east of Lethbridge where he was active in tlie community, especially with young people and 4H. In 1952, he moved to Lethbridge to live. He was the manager of the Lethbridge Exhibition for 14 years and was made a member of the Lethbridge Exhibition Hall of Fame. He was well- known and rcspecled and was very active on the Lclhbridge Municipal Hospital Board, Leth- bridge Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Cattle Breed- ers Associations, was made an honorary member of the Agri- cultural Institute of Canada, and was a member of the Al- berta Provincial Sludy Commit- tee on Revenue and Expendi- ture. Mr. Parry served on the Official Board o[ Soutlmiinsler United Church, he received (lie Diamond Jubilee Citizen's Award A long-lime Kiawanian, he served as Presi- dent and Lt. Governor. For the past several years, he owned a ranch at Wnterton Lakes. He helped organize Ilic N a I i v c Friendship Society of Lelh- bridge. Pi-crieceascd by his first wife Wandah Parry in 1930. the late Mr. Parry is survived by his loving wile Laufcy; two sons, Mr. Bert Parry of White Rock. B.C., Mr. Donald Parry of Twin Butlc; one daughter, Mrs. C. (Dena) Marino of Leth- bridge; 15 grandchildren, Ihree great grandchildren; two sis- ters, Mrs. Nell Johnson and Miss Lillian Parry both o[ Lelh- bridgc; one brolher, Jack Parry of LethbridRo and four step-children. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Tuesday nt 1 p.m. In Soulhminster United Church with Rev. Dr. II. W. K. Ellioll officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, M o u n t n i n View Cemetery. Friends inny pay their rc- specls rl Martin Tiros, Tradi- tlonnl Chapel, 012 3rd Ave- nue S.; phone Those who wish mny donate to the Al- hortn Heart Kuml, care of Mrs. M. N. Wrny, 1703 15 SI. S, MARTIN RI10S. LTD. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. WILKIE Emil be- loved husband of Mabel Willde of Bellevue, passed away in Blairmore on Friday, Novem- ber 10, 1972, at age 67 years. He was bom in Edmonton Novem- bs: 26, 1903 and came to (he Bui-mis area in 1938, where he resided until 1967, when he moved to Bellevue where he has resided since. While in Burmis, he was foreman for tlie Burmis Lumbar Company and in later years, worked as n part-lime employee for the Imperial Oil Bulk Station in Blairmore. He married the former Mablc Doole in Edmonton :.i 193G. He was predeceased by his parents and two sisters. Survivors include his wife Mabel of Bellevue; one son Edward of Blairmcre: three daughters, Mrs B. (Patricia) Morris of Calgary, Mrs. D. (Shirley) Mit- chell. Hughender, Alberta. Jlrs. J. (Marilyn) MacNeil of Prince George, B.C.: eight grandchil- dren; six sisters and four brothers. Funeral services were held in Fantin's Blainnorc Cha- pel on Monday Novem- ber 13. with Paslor Dave Rob- bins officiating. Interment fol- lowed in the Passburg Ceme- tery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. COMAI Passed away in (he city on Friday, November 10, 1972, following" n brief ill- ness, Mr. Giuseppe (Joe) Comai at the age of 53 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lui- gi.in Comai of Lomond. Born, raised and educated in Italy, the late Mr. Comai came to Canada In 1952 and resided in Ontario [or a short time, later moving to Lethbridge and Ihcn to Lomond In 1955. He worked in tire Hotel there until 1962, and then was employed by (he town of Lomond where he work- ed unlit his illness. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two brothers, Gclsomino and Valerlo, both in Cavcndinc, Trenlo, Italy. Prayers will be said on Wednesday in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be cclcbraled on Thursday at. a.m. in SI. Basil's Calholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Maricn celebrant. In Icrment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Monn lain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Tiros. Memorial C Imp el 70.1 nth SI. N., phone SDCI. MARTIN TIROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. IN MEMORIAMS HAZUDA In. loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- faiher, who passed away No- vember 13, 1963. It matters not what day or year, There is still a memory, still a tear, Memories don't fade, they just go deep, For the one we loved and could not keep. remembered and sadly missed by Mary, Fred and family. 1742 IIAZUDA In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, George, who passed away November 13, 1S60. A cluster of beautiful mem- ories Sprinkled with a million tears, Wishing God had spared you, Just a few more years. In my heart your memory lingers, Always tender, fond and true. There's not a day goes by, I do not think of you. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Mary. 1741 Mrs. M. Granum; (Audrey) seven Fort Macleod. C5453 SCOTT Passed away on Sunday, November 12, 1972, Ella Johanna Scott, aged 72 years, of Fort Macleod. Born Li North Dakota, she came to Forl Macleod with her family in 1902. She married Richard James Scott in Portland, Ore- gan and they resided at Aelna nnd Coleman before returning to Fort Macleod in 1935. She is survived by five sons, Robert, Lloyd, Jim and Roy of Fort Macleod, Gordon of Granum; one daughter, Mrs. L. (Flor- of Fort Macleod; 17 grandcliildren; five brothers, Art and Henry Brosius of Pin- cher Creek, Bill, John and Ed- die Brosius of Fort Macleod; two sisters, Miss Louise Bros- ius and Mrs. Irene Dunbar both of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in the Sal- vation Army Chapel on Wednes- day at p.m., Envoy Carole Pickering officiating, assist- ed by Envoy Darlene Colton, Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by ED- EN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C5452 FUNERAL NIBLOCK Funeral service was held Friday in Medicine Hat for Webster Clarence Nib- lock, a retired lawyer. Mr. Niblock, 77, was killed Wednes- day morning, when his car crashed through a dead end sign and over a 116 foot em- bankment. Police suspect that Mr. Niblock, who was alone in (he car, suffered a heart at- tack while driving. Mr. Niblnck was very active in all aspects of community affairs, a mem- ber of several service clubs, and a tnislee on the Medicine Hal school board for 27 years. He was a member of the Law Society of Alberta and tlie Ca- nadian Bar Society, and was appointed a Queen's Council in CARD OF THANKS Tim WARNER C.W.L. Would like lo Uinnk everyone from lire south district who attended Iheir fall supper on October 29th. Your patronage was appreciated. C.W.L. 17-IG Vase on display NEW YORK (AP) A vase made in Greece about 500 BC was recently purchased by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and went on display Sunday. The New York Times reported Iho worth of the base, depicting the slnln son of Zers being re- moved from a battlefield by Ihe gods of sleep nix! denUi, Is more thnn fl million. China purchases more jetliners HATFIELD, England (AP) h i n e s e Ambassador Sung Chiah-kuang announced today :hat China is buying eight more Trident jetliners costing about million from Britain. The order, signed in Peking Nov. 9, brings total Trident sales to Peking lo more than million. The Chinese signed contracts earlier for 12 of the planes, which are manufactured by Hawker Siddeley Aviation. Sung accepted delivery of the first of the planes at a cere- mony today at Hawker's plant north of London. The company's chairman, Sir Arnold Hall, announced that Hawker is building a special Trident for China with a range of miles. The maximum range of those operating for British European Airways is 500 miles. Sung said China was not only ordering Trilents but also nego- tiating to buy other aircraft. He did not name the other aircraft, but China has placed orders for three supersonic Concordes. Hall said this new breed of Tridents was being built solely to meet Chinese demands. Hawker Sidleley sources saic the plane is destined for use on international routes. Until now, China has not flown beyond its own borders but was widely be- lieved to be preparing to launch a new international airline. Tlie Chinese would not comment on which international routes they might operate. Monday, NevtmlMr H, 1972 THI UTHMIDOf HIMIO 27 German children tell of ordeal STILL FIRST UP THE LADDER Danny King, 90, was honored en his birthday by the Elmwood Place volunteer fire department, nsar Cincinnati. King is still active in the department and is frequently first lo report when the alarm sounds. He relired from Proctor and Gamble plant in 1947 and gave up his odd job digging ditches for the village eight years ago. Elderly bachelor finally marries CALGARY (CP) Neil (Nick) Nicholson gave up 92 years of Bachelorhood this week and doesn't care if some of his friends think he has "softening cf the brain." "Just look at this beautiful woman. She's 83 years old and not a wrinkle in her lovely face." The romance between Win- nifrcd Whalen and Mr. Nich- olson, both residents of a sen- ior citizen's home, started when she volunteered to put drops in Nick's eyes each day. Everything went smoothly until one of them decided "our good names were being disgraced" by their meeting in Nick's room each day. "We had to settle the whole thing Winnie said. "We could either stop the whole thing and be fast friends or we could get mar- ried." Nick is the oldest living member of the original North West Mounted Police Force. He was bom in Prince Ed- ward Island and was sent to the Porcupine Hills area near Fort Macleod, Alta., to work with the detachment. "Luck was with me all the way, even until I got this lovely woman in my power." It's Uie second marriage for Winnie who arrived In Cal- gary as a young bride from England. She and her hus- band homesteaded in the Chi- nook, Alta., area and she was later a courthouse reporter in Crossfield and Hanna. BERLIN (AP) Two East German children, cut off from their parents In the West by the Communist wall dividing Berlin ince 1961, told a news confer- ence Sunday about the long ears of trying to be reunited with their families. Roger Stork, 12, and Sylvia rosse, 16, were two of 34 East German children expected to reach West Berlin and West Germany during the guided by parents who had been liven special permission to get hem. A West BerUn city official said that about children rom East Germany are ex- >eeted to be allowed to rejoin amilies in the West. The reun- ons result from the just-com- ileted basic treaty for normal elations between East and West Germany. A city hall source earlier con- irmed such reunions previously wore accomplished through layment by West Germany to !ast Germany of what one West Berlin newspaper said av- eraged tor each person brought out. In addition to the chil- dren now expected with no pay- ment, another to East German prisoners re- leased under a sweeping am- nesty are already in or ex- pected In the West. A West Ber- in spokesman said they mre part of about persons >ardooed under the amnesty. Those coming West were be- lieved for the most part to be refugees jailed for trying to flee to the West. The sudden appearance of the Jerlin wall on Aug. cut loger and Sylvia off from their parents 11 years ago. The two sets of parents bad gone to West Berlin to look for ipartmerits a few days before the wall went up. The children were left with their grand- arents. "It was a terrible Ro- ger's 32-year-old mother said. "Until the wall pass period of Pentecost, 1965, we could Just write. I would write my parents on how to go about raising Ro- ger." The parents said applications o the Red Cross, to govern- ment officials in East and West and other appeals all had no ef- fect. Veteran's paper publisher dies TORONTO (CP) A funeral service will be held Tuesday for Meldon Ward, 66, publisher and editor of the Veterans' Advo- cate, who died Thursday. Mr. Ward, an army sergeant In the early years of the Second World War, acquired the quar- terly publicaton in 19M and it became the official publication of the Dieppe Veterans' and Prisoner of War associations. A commissioner of oaths, he never charged veterans for his services and helped hundreds of veterans' widows with pension problems. MANY HOLD MEDAL PARIS (Rcuter) One in ev ery 173 Frenchmen holds the Legion d'Honneur, France's best known decoration, officia figures issued here show. Each of the persons awarded it receives 54 annual payment. Queen leads ceremonies LONDON (AP) Queen Elizabeth led the British people Sunday in annual Remem- brance Day ceremonies, com- memorating the dep.d in two world wars, at the Cenotaph in Whitehall. The Queen, dressed in black and wearing a single poppy, placed a wreath at the toot of the memorial for the dead. For the firsl tune, Prince Charles, heir to the throne, also placed a wreath at the Ceno- taph, followed by his father, Prince Philip. Both wore naval uniforms. Queen Mother Elizabeth and other members of the Royal Family watched the ceremony from a nearby balcony. Prime Minister HeaUi, Labor Leader Harold Wilson, Liberal Leader Jeremy Thorpe and Sir Alec Douglas-Home, the foreign secretary, also placed wreaths. Earlier, a group of opponents of British entry into tie Eu- ropean Common Market placed a wreath in a protest action. The protesters were led by Air Vice Marshal Don Bennett of Wartime Pathfinder fame. The ribbon on the wreath car- ried the inscription: "They died in vain." A rosette proclaimed: "Keep Britain British." Angry soccer fans jump dog-beater NICE, France (AP) A French soccer goalie, blaming a little dog lor an opponent's goal, knocked the pup cold Sunday, and then was beaten by animal lovers who poured from the stands. Authorities said the small white canine came lo Ihe match ils owner but broke away to get a better view o[ the action. The goalie, noting tlie dog's presence, allowed a score and then attacked the dog. The dog was slammed to the turf and lay unconscious as its woman owner and sympa- thizers came running. The angry spectators jumped the goalie and began ballering him. He was soon carried unconscious from the field while Ihe woman began trying lo revive her puppy. The referee suspended play. Reports from doctors of both humane and human medicine reported that both dog nnd goalie were heading for speedy recoveries. Bakers strike may spread SEATTLE (AP) A walk- out by some 850 bakers in Ihe Seattle Tncoina area entered Ils third day Monday, with un- ion officials predicting (he strike would spread lo the en- tire U.S. west coast by Tues- day. The walkout, involving bread plants In most western slates, cnmc lo n heart Friday In Ixis Angeles when bargainers failed lo conic lo agreement over un- ion demands for a (ivc-day work week without split days off. SUPER SIMPSONS bears TRACTION A FULL 4 PLY NYLON SNOW TIRE As Low As SUPER TRACTION Full depth traction trend fcr go in Ihe snow. Full 4-ply DtfPont nylon construction. Blackwall PRICE 7.75-14 8.25-14 7.75-15 19.44 70.88 18.88 20.88 Sludi (whirl allowed) extra per T. Every Allstole passenger tire is Guaranteed against ALL tiro failures for the life of the iread regardlen of the cauie of failure. Replacement cost based on tread used prorated against currant price. i 2. Nail punclurei are fixed at no charge MUdl CU 3. Guaranteed againit tread wearout for specific number of months. If tiro wean out anytime before guarantee expires the following discount allowance off the current price will bo given towards a replacement. 11 to Jl JO Jfid US 10'. Al SIrnpsons-Soars you pot trie flnut gumnlN or moniy nruntfttf free dt livery SERVICE STATION HOURS: D a.m. to 6 p.m. Dally Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village, 2nd Ave. and 13lh St. N. ;