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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 1HI inHMIBOI HMA1D Tutiday, Ottob.f 27, 1970- Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS ALBIEZ Sunday, October 25, 1970, Mrs. Veronica, be- loved mother of Mr. C. P. (Bud) Albiez, 634 11 St. N., Lethbridge. Service will be con- ducted at Annaheim, Sask. on October 29. 9076B THOMPSON Allister Gor- don, passed away on Wednes- day, October 21, 1970, at age 37 years, in Merristown, Ten- nessee, beloved son of the late Mr. and .Mrs. John C. Thomp- son of Spring Coulee. 9076A BUGA Eozter, passed away in Ponoka after a lengthy illness on Monday, October 26, 1970, at the age of 90 years, beloved wife of the late John Bugs of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are in Charge of Arrangements. C847 ZUGO Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 25, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Joseph, at the age of 70 years of Coaldale, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Alice Zugo. Mr. Zugo has resided in Coaldale for the past 10 years and was a veteran of two world wars. He is survived by one son Francis Zugo of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in "Martin Bros. Chapel" 812 3 Avenue, South, with Bishop L. F. 'Low presiding. Interment will follow in the Field of Hon- or, Mountain' View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of' Funeral Service. C848 CARDS OF THANKS HARVEY We wish to ex- tend lieartfelt thanks and ap- preciation for the tokens of sym- pathy, floral and spiritual of- ferings tendered us during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to Rev. I. Jacobson, the doctor and nursing staff at the Bow Island Hospital. Ellen Harvey, Gladys and Walter Strom. SOW YAMAGISHI We wish to convey our sincere appreciation and heartful thanks to all our friends and neighbors for all their kindnesses, flowers, cards of sympathy arid koden ex- tended to us during the recent passing of our dear husband and father. A very special thank you to the doctor and the nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness shown during his stay in the hospital. We would also like to thank Rev. S. Kosaka and the Leth- bridge Buddhist Church. S. Yamagishi and family. X1731 REPASZKI Passed away hi the city on Sunday, October 25, 1970, at the age of 36 years, following a lengthy illness, An- drew, beloved husband of Mrs. Julia Repaszki of 1253 8 Ave- nue "A" South. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednes- day, at 10 a.m. in St. Peter'and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, with Father N. Diadio celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Tues- day at 8 p.m. in "Memorial ChapelV 703 13 Street North. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C849 FUNERALS KOENIG Funeral service for Theodor Koenig, beloved husband of Broni Koenig of 1307 19th Ave., Coaldale, who died at his residence Wednes- day, Oct. 21, 1970, at the age of 66 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, 1970, in the Chirstensen Chapel with Rev. Leon E. Zimmerman officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Ed, Rich- ard and.Hans .Koenig, Victor Osipow, Horst Nehren and La- verne Dupont. Interment was in the Mountain View Ceme- tery. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. WIGGILL Funeral service for Lynn Wiggill, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Mabel Wiggill of 537 24th St. S. who died at Cal- gary Thursday, Oct. 22, 1970, at the age of 59 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in the Me- morial Chapel, 703 13th St. N with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Active pallbearers were Cam Barnes, Gordon Dudley, Les Cunningham, Bill Ogden, Stan Tiffin, George Coutts, and honorary pallbear- ers were Max Coupland, .Jo- seph Luchansky, Bruce McKen- zie, Walter Stewart, Bill Gibson and Albert Hackett. Interment was in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS GULLICKSON In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle, Delwin, who passed away October 26, 1968. Two years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot ex- press, Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered by Leroy, Earl, mom and dad. 9057 HOWG In loving- memory of my dear wife, Helga Mary, who passed away on October 25. 1969, My heart still aches with sadness And secret tears, still flow For whai a losj it was to me No one will ever know. If I could have one lifetime wish One dream that could come true. I would pray to God with all New Brunswick Results Members Elected my heart For yesterday and you. remembered and sadly missed, Emil. 9074 HOWG In loving memory of our dear mother, Helga Mary Howg. who passed away Octo- ber 25, 1969, One lonely year has passed away, Since our great sorrow fell. The shock which we received that day, We still remember well. She was so brave and deter- mined But we saw her fade away; Our hearts were almost broken, She fought so hard to stay. remembered and sadly missed by Caroline, Norman-and Arlene, Leroy and Beatrice, Milton and Marlene and grandchildren. 9073 DETAINED IN CHILEAN ASSASSINATION A man identified by police as Julio Antonio Bouchon, is led to police headquarter! in Santiago Monday in connection with assassination of Chilean army commander-in-chiel Gen. Rene Schneider, who died Sunday. He was caught in Argentina by members of Interpool at Chile's request. .Police said Bouchon is from Chile. Biting The Hand That Feeds Them By LYNN SHERR NEW YORK (AP) Leade of the various anti-establis ment groups in the Unitei States are finding that the han they are biting is feeding them too. Through best-selling books Mgh-priced lecture appearances and other by-products of their rebellion, the top names of sui organizations .as the Yippies Women's Liberation and' th Black Panthers are grossin profits which have mounted inl the tens of thousands. They say, however, the bi money is not lining their pod cts. Instead it is going into the coffers of the various branches of The Movement. "It's not my role to be 11 's happened accidentally, says Yippie leader Jerry Rubii whose best-selling book Do It has sold more than cop- ies at Based on standar author's royalties, he can figur to earn more than Rubin says that because his publisher issues royalty cheques only twice a year, he has yet seen a penny of profit. Bu CREDfCO In loving mem- ory of my dear husband, Luigi Credico, who passed away Oct- ober 27, 1953. T h e hungry years have bit- ten deep Into the cheeks you found so fair; And the frost of many win- ters gleams In s i 1 v e red lacings through my hair; Yet while awaiting the call up yonder, Where we'll meet at last once more I know you'll recognize me darling, And love me as before. remembered by his wife Maria. 9030 Pattern 7006 CARDS OF THANKS THANK YOU To all who so kindly gave of their time, either by their attendance or by their hard work towards tiic success of the operetta "The Jr. Girls choir, Mrs. Anne Campbell and Committee. C8-16 BENGTSSON The family of the late Oscar Bongtsson wish to express their sincere thanks to the neighbors and many friends in appreciation of their sympathy of floral tributes, cards and other acts of kind- ness to them on Ihc loss of their dear brother and cousin. Minnie Bengtsson Minnea- polis, Minnesota. Mrs. Ethel Toozc Creston, British Columbia, 8029 Blasts Damage Two Cliurclies ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Bomb blasts rocked two Jewish synagogues early today, 15 days after similar explosions dam- aged two store-front churches, several public buildings and a private home. No one was hint in the syna- gogue blasts. Police Commissioner John Masicrella said the incidents appeared to bo part of a "co-or- dinated but that no mo- tive had hccn established. At the Light of Israel Sephar- dic Centre, Rabbi Solomon You'll enjoy crocheting this afghan you'll be proud to show it as your handiwork! Jiffy crochet ofghan in on unusual modern design smart in 3 shades, multi colors. Re- versible, lightw eight. Pattern 7006: directions. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing uu; ucniic, luiuin aoiomon Cohen said repairs might cost naIldItaE to At the Temple Beth Sholom damage was limited to a small rear section. THE LETlffiRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. when the money comes on Fel "I may burn it. I may hand out for free. Any way 1 completely, and thoroughly d Stroy capitalism." Abbie Hoffman, a co-defenc ant with Rubin in the Chicag seven riot trial and a co-foundi of the Yippies, said; "When revolutionary has bread, he got to give it away." Hoffman's two stock Nation and Revolution fi the Hell of of wtoc advocate his goal "to creal chaos in the ruling hav grossed him some After contract fees, publishing costs and miscellaneous expet ses, he claims his actual earn ings have been divided up i follows: for Blac Panther defence funds, for bail money for other revolu tionaries, several times for Chicago trial expenses. "I felt so guilty about havin money, I gave it to the Panth- ers the day I got he said, CASH COMMITTED Hoffman and Rubin also saj :hey are committed to giving a least a month to the Youth International assorted "projects." _ Asked about the use of Estab- ishment channels to further their cause, Hoffman quotec "When capitalism, hangs tself, it will be the bourgeoisie vho sell the rope." Panther author Eldridge leaver's book, Soul on Ice, has old some hardbount copies and nearly two million in laperback. And that doesn'i :ount the copies of his Writings for another publisher, leaver lives abroad. Another Black Panther eader, Bobby Scale, has racked up some sales of his writ- ngs at The newest Movement issue, 'omen's liberation, has begun o be a money-earner also. Kate Sexual Politics, a blast t male domination, has sold copies at after only 0 weeks in print. "I plan to give all my money she says. Robin Morgan, whose nnthol- gy of women's liberation writ- ings entitled Sisterhood is Pow- erful has just been published, ays she plans to donate all rofits to the Movement. She cited such possible recipi- nts as an abortion fund, bail noncy for prisoners in New 'ork's Women's House of De- ention, and a national archive Dr women's history. 73 CONVICTIONS TABER (HNS) Convic- ons in Taber police court dur- ig September at 73 was par ir the three-month period nee June. The police report >r the month included 10 cases Jider the Criminal Code of anada (16 in 34 un- cr the Highway Traffic Act and 20 liquor cases in motor vehicle accidents ere investigated, five of hlch involved damage in ex- of the reportable and e personal injury. Total loss through collision was Following is the Canadian Press list of members elected in New Brunswick, majorities being approximate In many cases, with party gain shown unless seat unchanged Member of last Albert (two colm MacLeod (PC) xBrenda Robertson (PC) Bathurst-xII. H. Williamson (L) C. Van Horne (PC) 505. Carleton (three Charles Gallagher (PC) xRichard B. Hatfield (PC) itEdison Stairs (PC) Charlotte (four XG. W. N. Cockburn (PC) xLeland McGaw (PC) xJohn -Rigby (PC) De- costa Young (PC) Simard (PC) 575; gam from Lib. Fredericton (two members) -xG. Everett Chalmers (PC) xLawrence Garvie (PC) Gloucester (five xJ., Omer Boudreau (L) Frank Branch (L) Escapees Telephone Police CALGARY (CP) Two youths walked away from the Bowden Cor rectional Institute, telephoned the Calgary detach- ment of the RCMP and were taken into custody after a few minutes. Russell Richard Reymen, 20, and Leslie Dale Schmidt 18, were only a few blocks away when they asked to be picked up. RCMP said burglary -and car-theft charges would be laid against the two. Reymen and Schmidt walk- ed away from the institute Sun- day night and had been the ob- ject of a search in the Drum- heller region. IcAdjutor Ferguson (L) xBernard Jean (L) Andre Robichaud (L) Kent (three Graham (L) xAndre F Richard (L) xLouis J Robichaud (L) Kings (three John B. M. Baxter (PC) xGeorge Horton (PC) xCyril B. Sherwood (PC) Madawaska (three members', Clavette (L) Daniel Daigle (L) xLaurier Levesque (L) Moncton (three Arthur Buck (PC) Paul S Creaghan (PC) Jean Paul LeBlanc (PC) Three gains from Lib. Defeated Finance Minister DesBrisay. Northumberland (five mem- Graham Crocker (L) xFrank.Kane (L) Edgar Legresley (L) JtClarence Menzies (L) xNorbert Theriault (L) Defeated NDP leader Richard Queens (two Robert McCrcady (L) 75; xWilfred Bishop (PC) 642. Rcstigouche (three members) -Edes Bujold (L) 671; Rayburn Doucett (L) 312. Third seat in doubt. Saint John Centre (four mem- J. Higgins (L) 293; xJ. Lome McGirfgan (PC) 911; xGeorge E. Mclnerney (PC) 108; Eric L. Teed (PC) 371. Saint John East (two mem- A. Mcllveen (PC) xW. J. Woodroffe (PC) Saint John West E. Logan (PC) Sunbury (two ginald Mabey (PC) 781; Horace Smith (PC) 780. Two gains from Lib. Defeated Natural Re- sources Minister Duffle. Victoria (two Stewart Brooks (PC) 515; Jo- seph E. OueUette (PC) 1. Westmorland (four members) -XJoseph E. LeBlanc (L) xJ. Cleophas Leger (L) 839; W. V. Meldrum (L) William McNevin (L) York (two Ames (PC) xCarl Mooers PC) PARKED SHOES Parked shoes were left in West Palm Beach, Fla., by customer who apparently was in such a hurry, while you wait ser- vice wasn't fast enough. Six Women Sing Russian Psalm tn Courtroom NELSON, B.C. (CP) Six vomen facing arson charges a n g a. Russian psalm in a ounty courtroom here Monday as their trial opened in connec- :on with a fire that destroyed le. home of Doukhobor leader ohn Verigin. Tina Zmaeff of Surrey, Mary lalakoff, of Port Alberni, Mary Astaforoff of Gilpin, near Forks and Tina Ostrik- Ef, Pauline Hadikin and Anuta mtnikoff, all of the Sons of Treedom camp near Agassiz fountain Prison, sang the >salm before the court conven- ed. The Grand Forks home of the )rthpdox, Doukhobor leader ras destroyed by fire June 28. Tailfeathers Shows Oils At Calgary STANDOFF Western Illus- trator and fine artist Gerald Tailfeathers is currently show- ing a wide selection of hi: oil paintings, designs and illustra- tions at the Glenbow Institute, Calgary. Jeffrey Bullshields of the U.S. Marine Corps was recently pro- moted from private to lance corporal. His is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bullshields of the Blood Reserve. Mrs. Teresa McCarthy to teaching the kindergarten class; Miss Judy Phillips jrade 11 students; Miss Gra- bam the Grades 5 and 6; and Vliss Ruby Many Grey Horses and Mrs. Lees complete the staff at the Standoff School. Miss Graham is teaching un- der trying conditions in the lunchroom in the until the new classroom is com- pleted. The rink has not yet return- ed the piano borrowed from the school last May and the music program has thus been wstponed. The, rod and gun club meets every'Monday at 8 p.m. in the Senator Gladstone Hall on the reserve. Several families from Mosw Lake have gone to Washington and B.C. to pick apples and eek oilier employment. Children should be Immu- nized. A clinic will be held Tuesday, Oct. 27, from to :30 p.m. at the Mike Healy Clinic. The St. Paul's Residence has -pine alive again after a very ilent summer 65 children ave been approved but only 60 aave registered. Shower Held MONARCH (HNS) A mls- ellaneous shower honoring aody Anderson was held re- ently with over 70 guests on and. She was assisted in the pening of gifts by her sister Jnda, Rosie Marie Wyrostok, une Bartz and Kim Gwillem. Anderson will marry arry Beglaw November 7. 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