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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Careys Of Thanks DEATHS MATY Passed away in Eckville Saturday, October after a lengthy illness, Mrs. Helen Maty, age 46 years, beloved wife of Michael Maty of Eckville and formerly of Picture Butte. Funeral services when arranged will be held in Eckville. 2154 STONEHOUSE Dennis Edwin, beloved husband of Annie Stonehouse of Coleman, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Saturday, Oc- tober at age 73 years. He was born in Freemont, Wash. U.S.A., August 5, 1900 and had been a resident of Coleman for 70 years He was a member of the Coleman Elks Lodge and the U.M.W.A. He was predeceased by his parents and a brother, Robert in 1940 in the U.S.A. Besides his wife the former Annie Raymond who he married in Fernie in 1941, surviving are five daughters, Mrs. E. (Juanita) Gareau of Squamish, B.C., Mrs. B (Gladys) Giesbrecht, Edmon- ton, Mrs. H. (Denise) Collins, Didsbury, Mrs. P. (Esterann) Leroux, Penticton, Mrs. T (Edwina) Kitagawa, Lethbridge; 15 grandchildren; four sisters, seven brothers; an aunt, Mrs. Agnes McLeod of Calgary. Funeral services will be held in Fantin's Coleman Chapel. Tuesday, October 23 at p.m.. Rev. Douglas Dunn will officiate Interment will follow in the Coleman Union Cemetery. No flowers by request. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C2850 TERRE Dorothy Nellie, aged 49 years, passed away on Thursday, October 18, 1973, near Lundbreck, Alberta, beloved wife of John Edward Terre of Lundbreck She was born in Eston, Sask raised and educated Plato, Sask. Married in 1945 to John Terre in Plato. She and her husband moved to Lundbreck, Alta in 1961, where she resided until her passing Besides her hus- band she is survived by one daughter, Mrs L. (Marlene) Stef of Fernie, B C two grandchildren. Todd and Rhonda Stef, also of Fernie; four sisters. Mrs. C (Theresa) Egan, Bellevue, Mrs G (Margaret) Murphy, Nebraska, U.S.A., Mrs. J. (Gertrude) Lejeuneusse, Fruitvale, B.C Mrs R. (Mary) Bruneau of Haney, B C one brother, Mr. William Casey, Kamloops, B.C. The funeral service will be held in St Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pincher Creek. Wednesday, October 24 at a.m., Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Interment, Fairview Cemetery. Prayers will be said Tuesday evening at p.m. in Eden's Funeral Chapel Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C2849 COOKSHAW Passed away in the city on Friday October 19th, 1973 following a brief illness, Mr. Sidney William Cookshaw, at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Nellie Cookshaw ol 1607 2 Avenue B North. Bom in Yorkshire, England, the late Mr. Cookshaw came tc Canada with his parents in 1905 to Swan River, Manitoba In the early 1930's he moved tc Grande Prairie and in 1939 tc Calgary. In 1947 he came tc Lethbridge where he resided until his passing He was predeceased by his mother, Mrs. Rose Routley of Swan River, Manitoba on September 23rd, 1973. Sur- vivors include his loving wife Nellie; three daughters, Mrs V. (Elaine) Kovacs, Miss Marlene Cookshaw and Miss Barbara Cookshaw all of Lethbridge; two grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. W. (Elsie) Reader of Vancouver, Mrs. W. (Nellie) Sinclair of Swan River, Manitoba: three brothers, Messrs. Les Cookshaw of Claresholm, Ernie Cookshaw, of Qualicum Beach B.C. and Bob Cookshaw of Swan River, Manitoba. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Ave. S.; phone 328-2361. Those who wish may donate to the Foreign Mission Fund through the Church of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2855 DEATHS ENNS Passed away in the city on Monday, October 22, 1973, Mr. John K. Enns, at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Agatha Enns of Coaldale. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2852 PEARSON Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 21st, 1973, Mrs. Ruth Pearson at the age of 79 years, beloved wife of Mr. Walter Pearson of 629 5th St. S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2853 COTTON Sunday, Oc- tober 21, 1973, Althea Lynn Cotton, age 79 years of Vulcan. Services at the Church of Christ, Vulcan, Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. D. A. Barrie and Rev. R. J. Pelham officiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Fund. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements C2848 TWIGG Passed away at Babb, Montana on Saturday, October 20, 1973, Philomena Twigg, aged 36 years, beloved wife of Albert Twigg of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in the Im- maculate Conception Church, St. Mary's School Wednesday at 10-30 a m., Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment, Blood Band Cemetery. A Wake Ser- vice will be held in the church. Tuesday from 6 to 12 p.m Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C2851 IN MEMORIAMS RANSON Passed away in an Edmonton hospital on Friday, October Mrs Elsie Ranson, aged 74 years, wife of the late Carl Ranson. Mr. Ranson was formerly associated with International Harvester Co, Lethbndge Predeceased by a daughter Margaret, Mrs. Ranson is sur- vived by four sons, Bob and Bud of Calgary, Denny and Waldo of Edmonton Funeral services will be held Tuesday at p.m. in Edmonton. Foster and McGarvey Ltd., 10008 103rd St, Edmonton, Funeral Directors. 2155 SLOVAK Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 21st, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Matt Slovak Sr. at the age of 82 beloved husband of Mrs. Veronica Slovak of 1017 9th St N Born and raised in Hungary the late Mr. Slovak came to Canada to Lethbridge in 1929 and has resided here until his passing. He was a member of the Hungarian Old Timers' Club and Kosutt Club. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons, Matt Slovak Jr. of Lethbridge, William Slovak of four daughters, Mrs. E. R. (Frances) Stretch of In- diana, USA, Mrs. I R. (Rose) Cropley of Lethbridge, Mrs. F J. (Pat) Lamb of Califor- nia, Mrs. M..S. (ferry) Heap of Victoria; 16 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and one brother, George of Lethbridge. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Wednes- day at 1 p.m in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Father M. Gillis OMI officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C2854 IN MEMORIAMS CRONKHITE In loving memory of Roger Allan Cronkhite, who passed away October 22, 1972 October brings sad memories of a loved one gone to rest. You will never be forgotten by the one who loved you best. remembered by Linda 2146 CRONKHITE In memory of Roger Allan Cronkhite who passed away October 22, 1972. Just a prayer from those who loved you, Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever. Because we thought the world of you. missed by Bill, Joyce and Keith. 2145 MEGELLA In loving memory of a dear son and brother, John Michael, who passed away October A wonderful son laid to rest, For each of us he did his .best, His place on earth, no one could fill We miss you son and always will. Although we smile and make no fuss No one misses you more than us What would we give if we could say "Hello Son" in the same old way, To hear your voice, to see you smile To sit and chat with you awhile You left us suddenly, your thoughts unknown. But you left a memory We are proud to own. remembered and sadly missed by your Mom, dad and brothers and family 2144 WATTS In loving memory of Leland who passed away October 20, 1952 "Severed only till He Come" remembered by Pauline and family. 2153 MEGELLA In loving memory of a dear brother. John, who passed away Oc- tober 22. 1972. Precious forever are memories of you. Today, tomorrow and all life through, Sleep on, dear John, in your haven of rest. For on earth he was one of the best remembered by Frank, Kathy and Kara. 2143 CRONKHITE In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Roger who passed away October 22, 1972. Somewhere beyond the sunset where loveliness never dies. He dwells in a beautiful gar- den 'neath the blue and gold of the skies. We who have known and lov- ed him. whose parting brought great pain. Will treasure his memory forever until we meet again. remembered and sadly missed by Mom, Dad and the family 2142 CARD OF THANKS HUSZAR We wish to ex- press our deepest apprecia- tion to our relatives, friends, and neighbors for the floral tributes, Masses, cards of sympathy and acts of kindness extended to us at the loss of a good wife and beloved mother. Special thanks to the priests who attended the ser- vice, the Ladies' Aid who served the lunch and all who helped in any way they could. Huszar Family 2141 Monday, Oetobtr LETHBRIDGE CAREERS UP TO DATE KANSAS CITY has a new attraction in Crown Center, an urban rejuvena- tion project which is "recycling" a onetime area eyesore called Signboard Hill. Sched- uled for completion in 1983, the project will be a 50-building within a city. The massive Crown Center Hotel, lett, dominates the complex developed b> Hall- mark Cards. Affairs affect all of IndoChina Govt's to watch Thailand By MALCOLM W. BROWNE New York Times Service BANGKOK, Thailand Thailand, which was viewed by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles as the biggest domino on the southeast Asian mainland, has wobbled a bit in the past few days, and nearby governments will be watching her anxiously from now on With a population of nearly 40 million and an enormous yearly rice harvest, Thailand is a giant whose affairs direct- ly affect all of Indochina as well as neighboring Burma and Malaysia Officials and diplomats in the design are already looking upon the student uprising here as something only a little less momentous than the French revolution. Before details were known, several ranking officials of the Communist-led Pathet Lao in Vientiane expressed anxiety about the situation. CONCERNED Laos, with a population of fewer than three million and AN OSTRICH CHICK so young he doesn't even have any sand to put his head in is given the onceover by Guy, an orangutan at the Wild Animal Park in San Diego, Calif. After about three months the South African bird will be old enough to join the 25 other ostriches there. Canada, Russia sign protocol LASSOING a June bug by the leg seems to be a tick- lish task for Robin Womack in Montgomery, Ala. MOSCOW (AP) Canada and the Soviet Union signed a protocol on science and tech- nology Friday that Alastair Gillespie, Canada's minister of trade, called a good starting point for increased Soviet-Canadian trade. The document, signed by Gillespie and L N Yefremov first deputy chairman of the Soviet committee on science and technology, covered the third session of the joint com- mission on co-operation in science and technology and outlined the commission's future work. Gillespie noted that 33 Cana- dian businessmen and in- dustrialists participated in the five days of meetings He add- ed that the future of Soviet- Canadian trade "depends upon the businessmen of Canada for its ultimate success." Canadian-Soviet trade totalled million in 1972, million in Canadian wheat purchased by the Soviets. Gillespie said "solid prog- ress" had been made in the talks, although concrete trade breakthroughs have yet to be made. The joint commission, set up in 1971, has been seeking ways to apply science and technology in industry Among future projects to be studied by the commission's working groups are technology and equipment for production of prefabricated houses, forest harvesting equipment, controls for power systems, oil-and gas- processing equipment, air traffic control equipment, tractors and meat-processing equipment Gillespie will travel to Leningrad during the weekend and return for some final, for- mal meetings Monday. He then will go to Yugoslavia to sign a trade agreement and returns to Canada at the end of next week. Haldeman trademark WASHINGTON (Reuter) Former presidential aide H. R. Bob Haldeman has for- saken his trademark, the short, bristle-top crew cut, and taken to the "mod" look of longer hair." His tonsonal splendor was revealed today as he entered federal district court to give testimony to a grand jury probing scandals in the new Nixon administration. He told reporters his new look, hair two or three inches long, and parted, is part of a deal with his son he would let his hair grow if his son would cut his. a long border with Thailand, has every cause for concern about events here An abortive rightist coup against the neutralist Laotian government was mounted by Laotian exiles from across the Mekong River in Thailand in August Landlocked Laos depends on transit rights through Thailand for most of her commerce In the Laotian war that ended this year, Thai "volunteers" on the Vientiane side played a significant part Cambodia, richer and more populous than Laos, is even more concerned with Thailand a traditional enemy since the middle ages Ancient Khmer victories over the hated Siamese are com- memorated in the names of at least two Cambodian towns called Siem Reap (vanquished Siamese) The two Vietnams. while not neighbors of Thailand, are powerfully influenced by her economy and the potential of her army. Since World War II Thailand, as the headquarters nation of the Dulles-inspired Southeast Asia Treaty Organization, has maintained consistent policies toward friend and foe While military battles raged in Indochina and political battles profoundly changed the character of the governments of the Philip- pines and Indonesia, among other southeast Asian countries, the Thai military men who governed could be counted on to maintain a pro- American policy. Stability made Thailand particularly suitable as a base for American air operations over Indochina. Things may now change, however Assuming that Thailand can retain a basically civilian government, that government must, up to a point, respond to the wishes of the mam force that brought it into being the university students Judg- ing from their speeches and general behavior, they probably include far fewer Communists or radical lef- tists than similar groups in other countries Nevertheless, most are certainly left of center by Thai standards. Few have anything good to say about SEATO Most blame both the United States and their former government for bringing Thailand dangerously close to par- ticipation in the Indochina conflict. While Thais tend to regard Chinese and Vietnamese with suspicion, as much for economic and ethnic as for political reasons, most stu- dents clearly want to see their country on better terms with the two traditional enemies. "There is no reason why- Thailand should become their satellite any more than there is that Thailand should be an American satellite." they said. The most powerful student of all Sombat Tham- rongthanyawong, secre- tary general of the National Student Centre, said in an interview that Thailand could be genuinely secure only when she no longer relied on economic or military aid from any country, notably the U.S. Required Immediately Combined Lab-X-Ray Technician For 25 Bed Active Treatment Hospital, Located in Picture Butte, Salary According to A.H.A. Scale Must be able to take complete charge of the depart- ment, easy commuting distance to Lethbndge Apply to Administrator P.O. Box 430 Picture Butte, Alberta Phone 732-4339 CREDIT CAREER Are you an aggressive individual with experience tn Accounting7 WE REQUIRE: OFFICE-CREDIT MANAGERS Who can maintain a strict control on credit Applicants should have ex- perience m credit collections Relocation in various communities throughout Western Canada Career offers good salary commensurate with experience chance for advancement, full range of fringe benefits For further information and a personal interview reply without delay to Box No. 5, Lethbridge Herald Chevron Chevron Standard Limited requires a Keypunch Operator A vacancy exists in the Computer Services Department of a major oil company Candidates should have a minimum of one year's experience with a strong alphabetic background Equipment used is 1MB 029 and 129. Full employee benefits are offered and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience Please submit written application giving full details of age, education and experience, together with telephone number to Manager Employee Relations Chevron Standard Limited 400 Fifth Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P OL7 Chevron Chevron Standard Limited requires Head Plant Operators Chevron Standard Limited invites applications for the position of Head Plant Operator at the Kaybob South Gas Processing Plant located approximately 30 miles south of Fox Creek Alberta Applicants should hold a valid Alberta Second Class Steam Certificate and have a minimum of three years experience in the gas processing or related industry Holders of Part A only will be considered if their ex- perience in gas processing has been extensive Full employee benefits are offered including moving assistance and transportion Modern housing is available at Fox Creek Salary will be commensurate with experience Please submit written application giving full details of age' education and experience together with telephone number to Manager Employee Chevron Standard Limited 400 Fifth Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P OL7 TOWN OF ST. PAUL REQUIRES A PARKS AND RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT LOCATION: St Paul is 130 miles East of Edmonton Situated in a Parkland area in a mixed farming district, it has excellent rec- reation facilities to complement the natural hunting fishing and camp- ing area surrounding this community POSITION: The applicant will be responsible for carrying out ad- ministration policies established by the St Paul Recreation Ad- visory Board The co-ordination of human and physical resources recreational and cultural programs will be major responsibilities of the Superintendent QUALIFICATIONS: The applicant must have the ability to admin- ister and co-ordinate a varied program and make full use of the voluntary talents within the community Training and experience in the recreation and administration fields will be con- sidered in the selection SALARY: Negotiable Depending on applicants qualifications. A more complete prospectus of the position is available from the St Paul Recrestion Advisory Board Applications should be submitted on or before October 29 1973 To: Chairman, Ray Kotowich ST. PAUL RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD, P.O. Box 468 St. Paul, Alberta TO 3AO EDMONTON REGIONAL MANAGERS Life Insurance LETHBRIDGE WINNIPEG A Managing General Agency, a new and exciting concept In Insurance marketing a proven Lite Underwriter to promote producta and marketing tervicet to General Inaurance within a apecilled territory. it an opportunity to get in on the ground floor ol an agrettively managed new organization. You will have a basic aalary plus profit altering and expense allowance. If you perform expected you wtll havo mi opportunity to acquire a piece of the action. If you are interested in exploring thla opportunity, pleaae call peraon to person collect, or write, the Man- aging Director, John Paterton, Life Marketing (Western) Ltd., 6th Floor, 640-12th Avenue Calgary. Alberta ;