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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta I Births, Deaths, In Memoriams I NATO officer found hanged BIRTHS TODD Russell and Edna wish to announce the birth of their second daughter Christa Rachelle on August 30. Weighing in at 3520 grams she promises to make her mark on the world. 1833 NEUFELD Rhonda Lee is pleased to announce the arrival of her baby sister Jodie Ann, weighing 6 Ibs. 11 ozs. on August 28, 1974 at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Proud parents are Arlo and Judy Neufeld. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Norris, Warner and Mr. and Mrs. John Neufeld, Lethbridge. 1764 ROELOFS Candace Lynn, lead, is delighted with the second end, a baby brother, Darren Morley, 6 Ibs 7 ozs, the fourth member of the Roelofs curling team. The strategy used by skip Morley and third, Susan, resulted in the win on September 9, 1974 at a.m. The team thanks the organizers on the maturnity Municipal Hospital, especially the chief organizer, the doctor. 1832 DEATHS FOSTER W. B. Foster. formerly of Waterton Park, passed away on Sept. 11. 1974, in Creston. B.C. 1836 WHITE Passed away in the city on Friday, Sept. 13th. 1974. Mr. Andrew White at the age of 94 years, of 1907 14 Ave. South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. BROS. LTD.. of the Funeral MARTIN Directors Service. C1945 DAVIDS Passed away in Calgary on Friday. September 13, 1974. Mr. Abraham Leib Davids at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sarah Davids of 1006 16th St. S. Born in Romania the late Mr. Davids moved to Calgary in 1911. to Lethbridge in 1922, retiring in 1969. He was proprietor of Star Market, a member oi Lethbridge Hebrew congregation and B'Nai Birth Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons. Mr. David Davids of Ralston. Mr. Hymie Davids of Lethbridge: two daughters. Mrs. M. (Evelyn) Silver of Calgary. Mrs. L. (Doreen) Gorlin of Monterey Park. California: fourteen grandchildren: five great- grandchildren one brother, Mr. Oshea Davis of Edmonton. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Sunday. September 15, 1974, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Ave.' S.. with Rabbi Postone off.ciating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C1943 ELVES Passed away in the city on Saturday. Sept. 14th. J974. Mrs. (Jessie) Rowena Elves at the age of 97 years of 620 19th Street South, beloved wife of the late Mr. John S. Elves. Born and raised in Paisley. Ont. the late Mrs. Elves came to the west with her husband in 1905 to Cayley and in the late 1940's they moved to Lethbridge. where she has resided until her passing. She was a Life Member of UCW Grace Marshall Unit) She is survived by one son. Mr. Harold Elves of Toronto: two daughters. Mrs. D. (Rowena) Moore of Medicine Hat. Mrs. L. 4 Margaret Ingle of Lethbridge: five grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. Besides her husband, who predeceased her in 3953, she was also predeceased by four sisters and four brothers. The funeral service will be held at i p.m. on Monday, Sept. 16th, 1974 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 13lh Street North, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot. Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers gratefully decJmed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service C19M DEATHS BIEGLER Passed away at Taber, on Saturday, Sept. 14, 1974, Anton Biegler, of Taber at the age of 76 years. Funeral service arrangements will be announced when completed, HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements. C1942 DE JONG Passed away in the city on Saturday, Sept. 14, 1974, Mr. Christian T. DeJong at the age of 64 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ida DeJong of Nobleford. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. BROS. LTD., of the Funeral MARTIN Directors Service. C1947 McCARLEY Passed away in Taber on Saturday, Sept. 14th, 1974, Mr. J. V. (Mutt) McCarley at the age of 61 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Bessie McCarley of Vauxhall. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., of the funeral Directors service. C1946 BARNSLEY A Private Family service was held on Friday. September 13, 1974, for Annette Barnsley, wife of Arthur Barnsley. deceased, 1945. Attending were Arthur Barnsley. son, of Calgary, wife, Jean and son-in-law, Peter Valentine; Bill Barnsley, son, of Trail. B.C.. wife Catherine and son. Dr. Roger Barnsley and wife Paula of Lethbridge. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery, family plot. 1837 McFARLAND Passed away in Nelson, B.C. on Thursday, Sept. 12, 1974 Mr. Ernest R. McFarland at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary M. McFarland of Nelson. B.C. The Funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 16th. 1974 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. Dave Rogers officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C1948 MASTAG Passed away in Calgary on Wednesday. September 11.1974. Mr. Ernst W. Mastag at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Mastag of Calgary. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son. Mr. Horst Mastag of Calgary; two daughters. Mrs. W. Fornefett (Erika) and Mrs. L. Stein (Lotte) both of Lethbridge: one brother. Mr. K. Mastag and one sister Mrs. L. Ludwig both of Germany and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Saturday in Calgary. A small burial service will be held at Mountain View Cemetery in Lethbridge on Monday. September 16: 1974 at p.m. 1838 IN MEMORIAMS loving memory of beloved husband, Horace Jones, who passed away September 14, 1971. remembered by his loving wife, Gladys. 1441 SMITH In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Alfred Smith, who passed away September 15, 1972. remembered and sadly missed by his daughter Marg, and grandson Brad and Brent. 1834 SMITH In loving memory of a dear husband, Alfred Smith, who passed away September 15, 1972. A page in the book of memory Is gently turned today. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Jean. 1835 TRCK A In memory of my uncle John who passed away on Sept. 16, 1964. Like falling leaves the years pass by. But love and memories never die. Precious for ever are memories of you. Today, tomorrow and all life through. rembered by Frank, Margaret and family. 1773 MYERS In loving memory of my dear husband Reg Myers who passed away Sept. 15th, 1971. How often has a flower Or a crystal autumn sky Brought golden recollections Of happy days gone by! Yes, memories have a magic way Of keeping you so near. missed by Kit. 1771 KORSAN In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and greatgrandfather. Oscar Korsan. who passed away September 15, 1962. 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. loved and sadly missed by your loving wife. Martha. 1772 DIBBLE In loving memory of Richard (Dick) Dibble who passed away suddenly on Sept. 15, 1967. His memory is still as dear today As the hour he passed away. remembered by his loving wife Elspeth. stepchildren Walter and Muriel of Vancouver. Alice and Fay of Lethbridge. 1770 HOLLAND Mr. George Albert Holland of 2423 Abbott St.. Kelowna. passed awav on Sept. 7th. 1974. at the age of 59 years. He is survived by his loving wife. Alderman Gwen Holland: two daughters Ann (Mrs. George Trotman) of Abbostford and Mary at home: one son. George at home: two grandsons and one sister also survive. Funeral services will be held from the Garden Chapel. 1134 Bernard Ave. on Wednesday Sept. Ilth at 3 p.m., Fr. James McCullam officiating. Cremation will follow. Mr. Holland was an active and long time member of The Downtown Rotary Club. The family request no flowers please. If desired donations may be made to the Rotary Foundation or The Hospital "Auxiliary Memorial Fund at the Garden Chapel. The GARDEN CHAPEL Funeral Directors. Kelowna. B.C. 1838A MYERS In loving memory of a dear dad and papa Reg Myers, who passed away Sept 15th 1971. Memories of your ready smile. Your cheerfulness, your joy at jobs well done. Your trust in man. vour love of life. Have helped us to carry on. remembered and sadly missed by Doreen and Ken. Marley and Bert. Pat and Darrel and grandchildren. 1769 CARDS OF THANKS The Ladies Auxiliary of (he Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society wish to thank all those whose assistance or donations helped to make the tea and bazaar such a success. 1818 AITKEN Thanks to all those who sent flowers, cards, giffs and visted during my slay in !he hospital. A special thank you lo my doctor and nursing staff at Picture Butte Hospital. Aitken 1765 CARDS OF THANKS SHERWOOD We at Sherwood Hill would like to thank our friends, neighbors, relatives, and special thanks to hostesses for the lovely shower and program held in Church Hall for Phyllis, our daughter in law. Thanks to Susan and Barbara for bringing in the gifts. Your kindness and throughfulness is greatly appreciated. and Ralph 1766 POSTMAN Words are inadequate to express our gratitude to neighbors, friends and relatives for their acts of kindness, visits, baking, phone calls, cards, floral tributes, and words of sympathy and encouragement, in the loss of husband and father Harry, and our son and brother David. We thank our God in Heaven for his sustaining grace; Rev. James Mantel for his help and words of comfort; to the ladies who served the lunch and to those who so readily helped, and are helping in the harvesting operations. Your love and kindness will always be remembered. Gerturde Postman, Rodney, Anita and Arlana. 1767 BARTON We sincerely want to thank all the members of our family for planning and arranging the lovely celebration of our Golden wedding anniversary Aug. 24. A special thanks to all who helped in the kitchen, serving and decorating Our sincere appreciation for the relatives and old time friends who came from far and near to honor us. for the many beautiful flowers and gifts and beautiful decorated cake and money and programme numbers. Congratulations were received from Prime Minister Trudeau. Alberta premier Peter Lougheed. Lieutenant Governor Ralph G. Steinhauer. The governor genera! and Madam Ledger, Werner G. Schmit. Edmonton: Mayor A. C. Anderson. Lethbridge: Maureen and Patty from England. Thanks to all for such a lovely evening. and Geneviene 1768 Japanese nuclear ship drifting TOKYO (AP) Japans first nuclear ship, the freighter Mutsu. is drifting in the Pacific about 420 miles east of Mutsu Bay with its reactor shut down, food and diesel oil running short and its destination uncertain. The Japanese government ordered the 8.214-ton ship to shut down its engines and dis- continue its initial test run after radiation leaked from its reactor Sept. 1. But ports are reluctant to admit the ship, fearing nuclear con- tamination. Mutsu. 400 miles north of Tokyo, is the ship's home port. But that city's fishermen say if the Mutsu tries to return, they will turn out 1.000 fishing boats to keep it out of port. The fishermen prevented the ship from leaving port on its first test run for nearly two years, fearing that rumors of radioactive pollution in Mutsu bay would kill the market for the bay's scallops. After the leak was dis- covered, the nuclear ship development agency said it presented no immediate danger to anyone aboard. But the ship's crew is reported complaining that their food is inadequate iMen remanded on 31 charges FORT MACLEOD (Special) Duschan Stozier. alias Duncan Hams, and Gordon Edward Tomlinson. both of no iixed address, were remanded Friday morning to Sept. 20 here in court by Provincial .Judge V. Bennett on charges of breaking and enter- ing and Iheft Both are in ,sil NEMUENSTER, West Ger- many (Reuter) A West Ger- man army officer who helped organize a night drop by British paratroops in which at least five men were drowned in the Kiel canal has been found hanged, NATO officials said today. Lt.-Col. Siegfried Mattern, 55, was found dead in a barracks at NATO head- quarters in Rendsburg, the of- ficials said. Five bodies have been recovered from the canal. A sixth soldier is still missing but is feared to have been drowned. Mattern was responsible for safety of Kiel canal crossings during NATO exercise "Bold which ended Friday, and for ensuring that there was no shipping on the canal during the drop Wednesday night. NATO officials said it was established that at least one vessel moved on the canal during the time of the drop. A joint British-West German commission is investigating why the paratroops fell short of their dropping zone a few hundred yards trorn the canal's south bank. NATO officials described conjecture suggestions that the lights of a vessel on the canal might have been mis- taken for markers showing the drop zone. Civilian police at Rendsburg are investigating Mattern's death. GRAND OPENING Muntz brings you sounds from the largest library of 8-tracks and cassettes in Canada, and the world's most proven line of car 914 3rd Avenue South stereo tape decks. Some that fit in or under your dash. Plus a stunning new series of home entertainment systems. Muntz is here. 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