Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 72 PETS AND Tuesday, October 13, 0 unerau, DEATHS y DAIGLE Passed away o Sunday, October 11, 1970, Hei mine Daigle, age 84 years, be f loved wife of the late Edmunc i Daigle of Pincher Creek. A pri vale cremation service ha been held. Funeral Arrange 0 menls by Eden's Funeral Horn JLtd., Pincher Creek. CCS RICHARDSON Rev. Don 5 aid Anderson conducts funera rites Tuesday at Christ Churcl for parishioner Jennie Louise Richardson, wife of Social ser vice worker Lome Richardson 321 South Eleventh Street, whc died in a three car crash in Natal vicinity Friday. Mrs Richardson was drapery exper with an east Kootenay furni ture company, and was 44 years old. She was lone occu pant of the car involved in the three way collision. She leaves her husband, three school age children, Lome, Joan and Mou reen at their home, which had also been interim home for many children's aid wards pending their permanent placement. She is also survived by her mother, Mrs. Flossie Hold-en of Brandon, eight brothers and three sisters. She was torn and grew up at Minnesota Man. and lived at Vancouver and Duncan where she was married there in 1950. The family had lived in Cranbrook the past eight years. 1 REGISTERED PEKINESE PUPPI Seven weeks old. Phong Dana Kennels, Stirling. TO CREDITOR; AND CLAIMANTS In the matter ol the estate JOSEPH LUKACtK, late of Co ema in the Province of miner, d ceased, who died on -the 15th day September, A.D. ni o j WANTED SERVICES OF A AAAL Pekinese. Phone 328-8005, 73 BUSINESS WHAT'S SO FUNNY? Reliring Ontario New Democratic Party leader Donald Mac-Donald and his wife Simone, roar with laughter at the parly's leadership convention in Toronto, taughler was over joke mode by Oshawa member of the legislature Clifford Pilkey concerning MacDonald's "seemingly unlimited faith in the party's eventual succesj in provincial 1970 TRANSPORT TRUCK WITH CO tract to haul between Calgary 3 Lethbridge. Reply to Box 139, claims upon the Estate ot the abov named must file with the utiders qne by the 1st day of December, FOR RENT Fully modern coffee shop and kltche Available immediately. Contact Co ona Vauxhall. held by them. T. J. COSTIGAN, Q.C. Solicitor for 'the Administratrix Blairrnore, Passed awa i in Lethbridge on Monday, Oc o tober 12, 1970, J. .Oscar Bengts s son, at the age of 81 years o New Dayton, Alberta. Marti Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service. SEPTIC TANK CLEANING BUSINE and equipment for sale. Can (inane Will take grain as part payment. Pho evenings, 328-8601. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS in the estate of Fanny Bertha Pa s ley, late of the Ci y of Lelhbridge, i the Province of A berta. Widow, wh died on the 2nd day of May, A.D. 1970 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ing claims upon the Estate o! th above named must tile with the under signed by the llfh day of 79 years, Vulcan. Born a St. Rock, Quebec, he came I the Vulcan district in 1914; Wa a member of Canadian Legion i Surv i v e d by one brothei 3 Charles, Vulcan; three sisters Mrs. Albina Gerard, Calgarj Mrs. Odile Paton, Ensign, an Mrs. Pauline Young, Calgary Prede ceased by his wi Louise, September, 1960. Fu neral mass will be celebrate at St. Andrew's Church, Vu can, Wednesday a.m. Vu can Funeral Home in charge o arrangements. WANTED IMMEDIATELY COUPL to operate small cafe and .nana parts department. Future business right party. House and per men to start. Financial status and refe ences must be given. Inquiries co fidential. Phone Ted Rudd '22Z-37 from 7 a.m. 6 p.m. or eve ings. SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money fro NEW TYPE high-quality cojn-ocerai dispensers in your area. No sollin To qualify you must have car, refe ences, S600 to cash, aeven twelve hours weekly can net monthly income. More full time. F personal interview write CANAPEN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 1 Bay St., Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontari Including phone number. of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS, Barristers and Solicitors, 201 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors October 11 1970, in Bow Island, Alta., Ml Ernest Christie of the Pleasan View Lodge, Bow Island in hi 82nd year. Mr. Christie wa born in Colchester, Nova Sco tia, on January 21, 1888 anc moved west as a young mar to the Nemiscam district where he was employed on var ious ranches. He has resided ir the Pleasant View Lodge ir Bow Island the past 10 year. Rev. W. J. Lane will conduc the funeral service in St. An drews United Church, Bow Is land on Thursday afternoon a 2 o'clock. Interment will follow in the Bow Island Cemetery un der the direction of the Pattison Funeral Home. Flowers are gratefully declined in favor ol the Memorial Fund of Pleasanl View Lodge, Bow Island. C63o-i4 BELLA Martin of Blair-more, passed away suddenly in Blairrnore, October 11, 1970, at age 64 years. He was bom in 3 i m h o v a, Province Orava, Czechoslovakia, S e p tember 29, .906. He came to Canada ir .928 and has been a resident in Blair-more for tile past 20 years, le was employed as a miner at Hillcrest, Blah-more and Michel mines, retiring in 1968. He was a member of the Michel local UMWA and the Canadian Slovak Society. Predeceased by one brother and one sister in Czechoslovakia. Survivors 45 NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF VOTER'S LIST Notice is hereby, given under Ih provisions of the Municipal Elec io Act, that the Voters' List of the V age of Glenwood has been prepare? and that a copy of the said Voter List is posted in the office of the Se retary-Treasurer. The posted list Is open to inspect! during business hours. Any qualified elector may make a plication for the correction of any err or omission in the said voters' Us b serving notice upon the secretar reasurer in writing on or be ore tf niivth day of October. Dated at Glenwood this 2nd day o October, 1970. Fae Dawn Archibald Secretary-Treasurer Village of Glenwood MOTEL OKANAGAN VALLEY Eight unit with nearly new livin quarters, good swimming pool. Passed away Sa urday, October 10, 1970, Mau Peal Wicks, aged 78 years, he loved wife of Martin Wicks o Lundbreck, Alberta. Born i Bossevain, Manitoba, she mai ried Martin Wicks in Melita Manitoba in 1907. They live at Gainsborough, Saskatche wan until moving to Luhdbrec in 1958. Besides her husban she is survived by three sons Ernest of Glenewen, Saskat chewan, Laverne, Valleyview Alberta and Gerald of 'Kam loops, B.C.; on.e daughter, Mrs Agnus Martin of Kamlcops B.C.; ten grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren and tw brothers. The funeral services, will be held in St. Chad's Angli can Church, Lundbreck Wednesday at p.m., Hev C. Gale officiating. Intennen in Cowley Cemetery. Funera services by Eden's Funera Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C632 GIBSON Sunday, October 11, 1970, Mrs. Phyllis May Gib son, aged 47 years Stavely, Al berta, passed away at the Claresholm Municipal Hospita following a lengthy illness Mrs. Gibson is survived by her husband, Max, Stavely; two daughters, Mrs. Neal (Eileen) Hoglund, Fort Macleod and Mrs. Eon (Sandra) Rairden Stettler; one son, Douglas, Calgary; two grandchildren; one brother, William Thorp, On Nixoi WASHINGTON (AP) Con ;ress has sent to the White louse a tough anti-crime bil esigned to curtail 'campus Jombings and shield businesses and unions from an underwork :akeover. The bill gives the FBI author ty to investigate bombings a institutions receiving federal aietween 1827 and 1830, was a eader in the 1837 rebellion. He was exiled to Bermuda in 338 but returned to Lower Can-da in 1842 and again sat in the Canada Parliament from !44 to 1851 before becoming mayor of Montreal from 1854 to 356. The third FLQ cell criticizes n its communique the "criminal" attitude of the striking spe-c alists and the "laziness" of he government in their dispute on medical care insurance legis-ation. The province's medical specialists began a walkout last >iday and now are maintaining only emergency services. Their communique mentions a )r. Carter in suburban Ste. Foy o whom they say an earlier iltimatum was issued which vas ignored "so now we take it upon ourselves to re-establish he medical security of the pop-jlation of CEMENT DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 345-4684. been placed under each o th'e two tracks. Meanwhile, in the troublet jOndonderry British peace seeping forces fired teargas for ie third consecutive night 'to isperse FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements duo, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. Yajiro, be-oved husband of Mrs. S'nizue Yamagishi of 1811 2 Ave. B. N., passed away in the city on Saturday, October 10th, 1970, at the age of 76 years. Mr. Yamagishi was born in Hikone, Japan, pebruary 20th, 1894 and came p Canada in 1919. He resided in ew Westminster, B.C. unti 1942 when he moved to Taber nd worked in the agriculture industry. While in Taber he was ctive in the Buddhist Church and for eight years was on the. xecutive board of the Church here; he also was on the JCCA or three years. He moved to Lethbridge in 1953 and he was gain a member of the execu-ive board of the church in for thirteen years, e was a member of the JCCA nd also of the Choju Kai, and pported their church at 1303 13 St. N. Left to mourn his passing besides his living wife are three daughters, Mrs. Toji >Iary) Fujii of Windsor, Ont, Mrs. Kaz (Morjorie) Tomomit-su of Lethbridge and Miss 'rene Yamagishi of Powell liver, B.C.; six sons, Richard fishijima of Lethbridge, Wil-iam Nishijima of Toronto, and Gyoto Nishijima of Lethbridge, Don Yamagishi, Lloyd Yama-rishi and Rick Yamagishi all of Lethbridge. Eight grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Shige Vfisumi of Nelson and Mrs. Kuni Murata of Japan. He was oredeceased by one daughter, Vlichiye (Ruby) Yamagishi in 949. Wake and funeral services Till be held on Wednesday, Oc-ober 14th, at 7 p.m. in the -ethbridge Buddhist Church at 303 13 St. N., with Rev. S. ach pattern (no stamps, jlease) add 15 cents for pallcrn for first-class unilinn U'lTmiHinnK IIKRAI.D loaders Mail Limite! Front .Street West 'oronto 1, Ontario. October 9, 1970, at the ags of 55 years. He was born in fotherwell, Scotland, October 5, 1914 and came to the Natal-Vlichel area in 1923 where he las resided since. He was very ctive in community affairs nd served on Oie Sparwood Council for six years and as cting mayor for the past two ears. He has been chairman f many of the community wsll mown July 1st celebrations, le served on the local hospital card and was president of the rena Association at the time ie arena was built. Survivors nclude his wife Thelma of parwood; three sons, John, ay, Carl; two daughters, ulie. Myrna; his parents Mr. nd Mrs. William Thomson and brother Robert of Sparwood: wo other brothers, William of lission City and James of Van-ouver. Funeral service will be eld from St. Michael's Church t Natal at a.m., Wednesday, October 14, with Rev. B. Forsythe official ing. Interment will follow in the Elk Valley cemetery. Friends may view lie body in St. Michael's Church from p.m.. Tuesday evening. In lieu of lowers donations may he made o th? new Snarwooxl Sport Centre, in care of Mrs. Gail Travis, Sparwood. Salus Funer-i Chapel Ltd., Sparwood, is in charge. William Leslie Kormos, beloved son of Mrs. Julia Kormos of Lethbridge who died in the city Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1970 at the age of 23 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, in the Christensen 327 10th St. S., with Rev. H. W. K. Elliot o f f i dating. Pallbearers were Ed S u r b e y, Larry Slawuta, Jim Arnold, Ron Ples-to, T. Stanos and Andy Kovacs. Interment was in the family plot in the Magrath Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Icme Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of he CUSTOM FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, CEMENT FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328-8572 OR 327-32fl4. Declined United Appeal membership until it is more firmly established, C r a n b r o o k's four-months-old Boys Club, internationally affiliated, has a mail-fund drive under way. Robert Apps recently Norman Hull as presi-det and the organization in which 106 boys eight to 14 years old have enlisted, has a full-time director, Derrick Rother-mel. Its location is in the former Van Home St. Armories building, whic i closed down last spring under a clcud when un-supervised older teen-age activities got out of hand there. Long-term fund objective is but current small will be put to immediate use for urgent building and )lumbing repairs and equipment for recreation which any interested group of boys can name. Present facilities provide volley-ball, lasketball, scoop-bail, ping pong, checkers and English Penny Era Nears End LONDON (AP) The Royal Hint said here it is ending the era of the English penny. The penny, originally silver and the principal coin ot England throughout the Middle Ages, now is mostly made of copper. The mint said it will no longer issue pennies to clearing banks, in preparation for Britain's conversion from the present system of pounds, shillings and pence to a decimal system of pounds and new pence. On Demical Day, Feb. 15, 1971, there will be ICO n e w pence to the pound. There now are 240 pennies in a pound, worth about Canadian. In the new system the penny will be replaced by new halfpence, one pence and two pence coins. Oldtimer FORT MACLEOD (HNS) -t.-Gov. Grant McEwan, paid an unexpected visit recently on Thcron Patience, to congratulate him on attaining his 100th birthday last December. On that occasion Mr. McEwan sent the usual official greetings, and resolved that the first tim.e he was near Fort Maclecd, he would call and meet Mr. Patience. Ths opportunity came this week when Mr. McEwan was en route from Edmonton to Lethbridge. Funeral service for George Hall, beloved nisband of Mrs. Doras Hall of Raymond who died Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1970, at the age of 78 years, was held Saturday Oct. 0, 1970, in the Taylor Stake "hapel of the LDS Church, Raymond with Dwyanc lall officiating.' Honorary pall-jearers were James Anderson, jOrne Larson, Owen King, Al-jert Ralph, Ruben Snow and Villiam Creep. Active pall-rearers were Monte, Bryce, Gordon, Mark, Morris, Richard lall and Robert and Wayne leninger. Interment was in the arr.ily plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Home Ltd., Directors )f Funeral Service, was in harge of the DISTANCES nry (at 20 mph) pavement .....j Woman Shot To Reserve Crew Missing VANCOUVER (CP) Four ava reserve men are missing n Georgia, Strait following a raining exercise accident. Sub-Lt. Mark Lynns, 25, of Vest Vancouver and Able Sca-ncn Ernest Withers 19, of tortli Vancouver, David Clark, 8, and Waller Karwoski, 20, oth of Vancouver, were miss-ng presumed drowned af-i ind overturned. The men wore participating i a seamanship exercise in the trail, along with two other oats from HMCS Discovery in Deposits Repaid CRANBROOK (Special) DEATHS THE CANADIAN PUKSS Edoiiard Daladier, 86. ormer French premier and a signer of the IMS Munich pact m Tires Glaro Show ito ol MEMORIAM CKOSS 111 loving memory )f a clear husband and father, Vlerlin Cross, w'no piissed away Dctober 13, 19E9. No length of time can lake j away, Our thoughts of you from day to day. 1 Though absent you arc always near, l Still loved, still missed, si ill 1 f very dear, Ever remembered rnd .sadly i missed by his wife Uliaa- s belli Cross and family. 1 MG4 Studded Snow the approximately cily electric meters which required a SIO meter deposit under city retailing of power, about have been claimed and repaid by the depositor. Longest time claimant had paid his deposit in 1915. With B.C. Hydro year long luu.iu in" iiiu uii.y system lo end j in purchase next June 30, fi.C. Hydro now has the deposit fund, lo be refunded as- 1 applied for at its Cranb rook office. PRAIRIE (CP) RCMP have charged 42 Henry Ilichnrd Kelly "with wo counts of non capital nurclor following lire fatal hooting of a man and a voman in the nearby village of tVcmblcy. Kelly was taken into custody Id Cooper, 26, and Elspclh 'yall Kelly, were found in residence in the village, IS nile.s northwest of here. The bodies were taken Edmonton for an 50' 75' 100' 125' ARE BEST Th s graph shows the results of tests carried out by the Canadian Safely Council on the braking distances of various types of tires on glare ice at 25 degrees Fahrenheit. Travelling at 20 miles an lour, a car equipped with regular tires required 1 49 foot to sop and rars with s low lires needed 151 fee. The distance was cut to 120 feet with studded snow tires and 75 foot with reinforced tire chains. Ontario has announcer it will ban studded snow ires from Iho roads qftor April, Polish foreign minister vho advocated the establish-nent of a nuclear-free in central Europe, following a enginy illness, lie left ihe lor-2ign ministry in March lilffl, of ill health. Phil S p i 1 1 a n y. no, vhose nil-girl orchestra was a lit during Ihe big band era.