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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LJkanm, DEATHS BEES Ernest of Vancouv- er and formerly ot Hillcrest, passed away on Thursday, Sep- tember 21, 1972, at age 73 years. He was born in Swansea, Wales, February 3, 1899. He served in the Royal Navy 1915 to 1919 and also with Hie Royal Canadian Engineers 1940 to 1945. While in Hillcrest, he was president of the Hillcrest UMWA and was a past-presi- dent of the Hillcrest Miners' Club. He took an active part in politics and civic affairs. He was a Justice of the Peace from 1937 to 1945 until he re- turned from overseas and took up residence in British Colum- bia. He was business manager for the union of the British Col- umbia Electric Co. until his death. Survivors include a sis- ter Ethel and brothers Edgar, Glen, Kenneth and Hedley. 3602A FETTINGER Passed away in the city on Saturday, September 23, Iff72, following a lengthy illness, Airs. Minnie Feltinger, at the age of 57 years, beloved wife of Mr. Feltinger of 1624 3rd Avenue N. Born, raised and educated in L e I hb r i d g e the late Mrs. Fettinger lived here all of her life. She has been confined to the hospital for many years. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by, one son, Fred of Was a Lake, B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. G. (Victoria) Sweda of Oak Bay, B.C.; four grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. W. (Bella) Travail a, of Grande Prairie. She was predeceased by her parents and one sister and one brother. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at 3 p.m., in St. BasiVs Catholic Church, with Rev. Bruce Field celebrant. Inter- ment will follow In Mount Cal- vary Section Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C4497 DEATHS MATTHEW Passed away in the city on Monday, Septem- ber 25, 1972, Mrs. Isabella Matthew at the age of 86 years of 418 I2th SI. A N. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C4496 ALDRIDGE Frank, passed away in Cardston on Monday, September 25th, 1S72 at the age of 77 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Neta Aldridgc of Cardston. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrange- ments. C4493 FELLGER Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, Septem- ber 24, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Lydia Fellger, al the age of 61 years, beloved wife of Mr. George Herman Fellger of Magrath. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4193 TRAVIS Friday, Septem- ber 22, 1972, Mrs. Gertrude Ann Travis, aged 72 years, beloved wife of Mr. Charles Travis, Claresholm and beloved moth- er of Mrs. Ken (Doris) Weath- erhead, Claresholm, Mrs. Carl (Charolette) Gallieano, Kimber- ley, B.C. Mr. Clarence and Mr. Alroy Travis, Claresholm. She is also survived by 17 grandchildren and 10 great- g rand children; two sisters, Mrs. Joe (Minnie) Hranac and Mrs. Pearl Waters, Clarkston, Washington, and by one broth- er, Arcliie Watson, Spokane, Washington. Born at Canyon City, Oregon she moved to Granum in 1917, were she re- sided until moving to Claires- holm in 1949 and resided at Claresholm since. She was pre- deceased by her parents, two brothers and two sisters. Ser- vices at Claresholm United Church Tuesday p.m., Rev. H. Francis Yardley officiating. Interment Claresholm Ceme- tery. If desired contributions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 231 7th Avenue S.E., C a 1 ga r y 21. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOMES LTD., Claresholm Branch, Directors of Services, C4491 TUDOR Pearl Dorothy, passed awsy in the city on Sat- urday, September 23rd, 1972, at the age of 66 years. Mrs. Tudor was born March 12, 1886 in in Carsonville, Michigan. She came to Canada in June 1902 to Mound, Alberta. She married Edward Emerson Tudor on March 21, 1903. They moved to Raymond in 1908, where they farmed until moving to Leth- bridge in 1914 and then in 1918 they moved N.E. of Stirling whero they farmed until 1947 when they retired to Leth- bridge. She spent the last two years at the Kidgeview Lodge in Raymond. She is survived by seven sons, Jerry A. of hridge, Adny J. (Joe) of Lon- don, Ont., Ross of Kamloops, B.C., Homer, Elza and Bill, all of Lcthbridge and Charlie of Manning; 22 grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren, one broth- er, Charles Reed of Siindre, and one sister, Mrs. Rosie Bates of Sundre. She was predeceased by her husband, Edward Em- erson in 1952. Funeral services will be held in the 10th Avenue L.D.S. Chapel in Lcthbridgc on Thursday, September 28th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Interment will fol- low In the Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the ser- vice in the Relief Society Room ot the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C4492 away the city on Monday, September 25, 1972, Mrs. Effie Williams, a the age of 75 years of 3628 19tl St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Elais R. Williams. Funera arrangements will be an n o u n c e d when completed MARTIN BROS, LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. !LACZO Passed away ir the city on Sunday, Septembe Mill, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Franciska Laczo at the age of 83 years, of th Carmangay District, belove wife of the late Mr. Emeric Laczo. Funeral arrangement I be announced when com plded. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C449 PAYNE Friday, Septem her 22, 1972, Mrs: Charlott Catherine Payne, aged 63 years of 2631 25 Avenue S.W. Calgary Services at the Alberta Stak Chapel, Cardston on Tuesday a p.m. Bishop Donald Sha of the Cardston Third .Ward i The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints Interment Cardston Cemetery In lieu of flowers, if friends d sure, donations may be made the Canadian Cancer Societ 235 7th Avenue S. E. Calgar CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. OHM IN MEMORIAMS EFROM In loving mem- ry of our dear mother, Emma, ho passed away September 25, 968. remembered and sad- ly missed by Leda and Roy. 3595 GROSS In lovuig memory f Justine Theresa Gross, who assed away on September 23, 964. 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 work of you. .remembered bj Joann and Frank Takac and family; Arm and Bob Rushford end family. 953 By CARL HARTMAN BARDUFOSS, Norway (AP) The North Atlantic Treaty >rganizalion is playing major ar games beyond the Arctic i r c 1 some political james as well. The countries want to warn Soviets away from even a mtterf aggression against any member of the 23-year-old ATO. They also want ro reas- ure ona another that will to the aid of any one of hem that is Three killed in shooting incident P 0 R T A G E LA PRAIRIE Man. (CP) Three men ar dead and three persons wounded following a shootin incident Sunday on the Lon Plain Indian Reserve nea lere. RCMP said it appears Ray mond Smoke, 37, shot and killec Roy Peters, 40, and Robert Wallace Peters, 42, then too his own life. The men were re [dents of the reserve. Smoke had returned with rifle to the scene of an argi ment which had taken plac earlier in the day, according police evidence. He shot an wounded Ronald Peters, the entered a residence where shot and killed the two mer- He also wounded Herb Danie and Gladys Meeches, both re idents of the reserve. Police said Smoke then drov away, entered the bush abot, three miles from the scene the shooting and took his own life with the rifle. A police investigation is con- tinuing. Monday, U, THI UTHMID6I HHALD 23 Sews Analysis NATO countries playing games daily the weaker members on :he flanks: Norway, Denmark, Greece and Turkey. Both messages are evident In the script written for the ex- ercise called Strong Express. The script begins by borrow- PAYNE Friday, Septem- ber 22, 1972, Mrs. Charlotte Catherine Payne, aged 63 years, of 2631 25 Avenue S. W. Calgary. Services at the Alber- ta Stake Chapel, Cardston on Tuesday at p.m. Bishop Donald Shaw of the Cardston Third Ward ot The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officiating. Interment Cardston Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, it friends desire, dona- tions may be made to the Ca- nadian Cancer Society, 235 7th Avenue S. E., Calgary. CHRIST- ENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C44M FUNERALS SMITH Funeral service for Alfred Melvin Smith, belbvec husband of Mrs. Jean Smith of 014 12th St. S. who died in the city Friday, Sept. 15, 1972, after a Brief illness at the age of 77 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tues- day In Martin Bros. Traditiona" Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi elating. Pallbearers were Rus sell Bishop. E. A. Thompson and John M. Thompson, W. H Fortner, Jim Hunter and W. W Anderson, Interment was in the Field of Honor in Mounlaii View Cemetery. Martin B-os Directors of Funeral Scr vice, was in charge of the ar rangcmenls. WILLS Funeral service fo Harry Wills of Vauxhall, belov ed husband of Mrs. Helen Will of Vauxhall who died at Tabe Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1972, at th age of 87 years, was held at p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, 1072, in the Taber Memorial Garden. Pallbearers were Elmer Mick, elbcury, Vern Licson, Nick Heulka, Sid Bryant, Wallace Martin and John Baiger. Inter- ment was in the Tabcr Mem- orial Garden. Humphries Fun- eral Home Ltd., Taber, Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangemec's. Steal guns MONTREAL (CP) More iian worth of guns and mmunition was stolen during -he weekend from All Canada iun and Sales Co. Ltd. of sub- rban St. Michel. Police said thieves entered he building by boring a hole in he rear cellar wall and stole 00 revolvers, 50 rifles and am- munition. Vews media deserves privilege CALGARY (CP) The news media should be given the same privilege as MLAs and be immune from libel or slander charges when reporting state- ments in the Alberta legis- lature, house Speaker Gerard Amerongen says. The privilege guarantees MLAs the right to raise any- thing they think relevant to is- sue when debating government decisions without fear of being sued for slander or libel. "There's no conclusive study of privilege and the press any- Mr. Amerongen told an Ad and Sales Club luncheon. But I think if the issue ever arose the media would and should be given the same priv- ilege when they transmit MLAs remarks as the MLAs have when they make their state- ments." DRAMATIC BREAK He was reviewing Alberta's decision to allow television and radio broadcasting, cameras and tape recorders in the legisla- ture during its proceedings. H2 ciiscribed the decision as a "dramatic break" with 300- year-old tradition, a break that lifted an "anachronistic striction." He said the problems of slan- der and libel involving broad- casting questionable or critical MLA statements would likely only arise during live television or radio coverage. In that case, he said, the broadcaster would be caught aoueip jo 9010113 Xire OAEIJ prnoo aq oouis ssejdoasjep select what went out over the air. But Mr. Amerongen added the privilege should also apply to reports the newspapers, ra- dio and TV stations publish af- ter having a chance to edit their material. At the legislature, he said, people present in tbe observa- Dies at 110 PITTSBURGH (AP) Peter Mills, who would have been 111 on Oct. 26, died in hospital where he was being treated for injuries suffered In an accident Aug. 1. Funeral services were held Friday. Mills outlived five ing from a true-life incident: Soviet newspapers attack the plan to hold the manoeuvres. From there on it's straight fiction. The Soviets follow the press attacks with military flights over Norwegian territory, then with an "invasion" by Soviet troops. AIRLIFT BEGINS But some days before the "invasion" the allies begin an airlift of British, Cana- dian, Italian and Luxembourg troops into the area. They be- long to NATO's only integrated unit, the Allied Command Eu- rope Mobile Force. In real lite it has never been used. The force Includes a West German unit, but this la not sent to exercises In Norway. The Norwegians have unplea- sant memories of the German occupation in the Second World War, so a large number ot Ger- mans in uniform would net be welcome. The Soviets are reported to have about troops in the Kola Peninsula near the Norwe- gian border, and another in the Leningrad area further south, the script says. Four thousand U.S., British and Dutch marines land in Nor- way two days after the "at- tack." In real life that would have been too little and al- ready too late-even If the troops could be brought In that fast. Some military men doubt whether In an actual war the United States would risk big, heavily manned ships in the Norwegian Arctic. Not far away lies Murmansk, where the Soviets have concentrated their biggest fleet with an esti- mated 165 submarines. Despite such uncertalntiee, the message to Moscow from Strong Express is: "If you are tempted to try even a limited aggression against one of the allies, don't. An attack on one is an attack on TRUDEAU'S MANY GUARDS Prime Minister Trudeau shakes hands with some of many RCMP security staff with him while he campaigns in western Canada, 1 Tfins-CinidsTtliphoni Syiltn tion galleries hear the offend- ing remarks anyway. "Why shouldn't the people who for simple reasons of ge- ography or "other lack of oppor- tunity to. be on hand find out what was said in a public de- IS TWX THE MISSING LINK BETWEEN YOU A ND COMPUTER? Most executives think of TWX as a dandy Innova- missing link! Ask for a demonstration. In Edmon- tion tor written communications between offices, ton, phone 425-2110. In Calgary, phone 261-3111. USED FOR CANOE., Indians often used pliable white spruce root? for lacing birch bark on canoes. REMOVED Mrs. Alice Busto, of Massopequa, L.I., is helped from beneath a car by New York police after an accident that killed her husband and injured two olhers. Mrs. Bjsto suffered two broken legs in the auto accident. Because it saves time and money and eliminates so many errors. But we'd like to remind you that TWX is also a great way to get on direct line with a computer. In fact, TWX is the ideal data terminal since it operates on an 8 level code. You can use ii to feed your important data directly into data processing equipment. You can retrieve information quickly, too. TWX allows you to interrogate the computer for instant status reports on things like accounts re- ceivable, inventory and payroll. You can cut transaction time from days to minutes. You can transmit data to a different time zone, even though there is no attendant on duty there. And you can do all of this economically because TWX is a pay-as-you-use data communication network. Call today and find out more about TWX, tha Out-of-town, dial "0" (Zero) and ask for Zenith 33000 (toll No obligation, of course. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;