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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. trrrti 3, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HESfllD 23 jijeciths, J-nncrals, ,lohniin Blah-more December 10, ston, Guy of Hilfspring, Bhuel of Cardston, Morris of Glen- wood, Marion of Irma, Alta.; two daughters, Mary Allrcd of Calgary :ind Mrs. Dee Loretta Kenley also of Calgary. He was predeceased by his vife, Lo- retta in 39M; twins, Virgil and Vcrda, Vance in 1937 and in 1954. Fmicral services will IK held on Wednesday, April sUi, 1972 at 1 p.m. in the Hillspring LDS Chapel, with Bishop Sheldon Wynder offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Hill- spring cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service in the Relief So- cietv Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., are Di- rectors of Funeral Easton, Lethbridge thomas Easton, Ft. St. John, B.C. Roy Thompson, Ft. St. James, B.C., Gordon Eastbn, Seattle; 11 grandchildren; 21 great-grand- children, one sister in Scotland and one brother in Oshawa, On- tario. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, 312 3rd Avenue South, with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. will follow in the family plot M o u n tain View Cemetery, Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 328-2301, (Courtesy parking at the rear of the MARTIN BROS. Service. ClllEil LTD., Directors Funera CUM 1952. At the time of his death he was employed as a Twister Operator for Phillips Tables. Survivors include liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ciiabillon; tliree brothers, David (Joey) in Camrose. Dclbert of Calgary, Tim at home and his grand- parents, Jlr. and Mrs. Dclbcrt Innis ol Blairmore. Funeral sendee was held in Fantins Blairniore Chapel. Monday (to- day) April 3 at 2 p.m., Rev. Bob Smith officiating, Inter- ment followed in Blairmore Union Cemclerv. F A N T IN CHAPELS LTD.. was in charge. In lieu of flowers please mark donations to the Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund., in care of Crowsnest Pass Hospital, marking dona- tions "In memory of Rjcliard C1115 Vorgottis, 01. a Greek shipowner and onc- T'KTRAK Sincerest (hanks time close friend of fellow to Mayor Patterson, the staff of! Greek shipowner Aristotle Onas- tlic RCMP at Claresholm for' their hefp and co-operation dur- ing the blizzard March 25tli. A Moscow Nikolai Ivanovich special thanks to John ar.d deputy-minister the Yvonne Sloelc and family cf Soviet automobile industry, who who took us in' and look a" acllve ParL in develop- made us so welcome and com- fortable in their home. Shirley, Donn, Jody Leslie Petrak. 9282 look an active part in develop- ing new kinds of automobiles antl introducing advanced tech- ar.d j nology. West Palm Beach, Fla. Gil IN MEMOR1AM PALMAUCIIUK In loving memcry of a dear wife, mother, grandmother aul great-grand- mother, Helen Palmarchuk, who passed away April 3, 1958. We cannot bring the old davs j Hodges, 48, manager of base- call's New York Mcts. and for- me; first baseman with the old Brooklyn Dodgers, of a heart at- tack. back, When we were aH together, Nmlliam, l n s s R o s s O'Hanley. 32, former defensive back with Boston Patriots and Miami Dolphins of the Ameri- can Football League, after a long illness. But secret tears end loving thoughts Will be with us forever. -Lovingly remembered and i a hospital after a brief sadly missed by husband j Alex and children Alex Vladimir Popovic. a member of Ihe Council of Ihe Federation of Yugoslavia, in and Beryl; Helen and Mike; Man' and Fred; Rose am: Bill and their families. 9268 IU. Rev, John Dixon, R4, former Anglican arch b ishop of I on t r ca 1 and Metropolitan of Canada. noon. The children playing tiuititly downstairs conlii hear him snoring in an upstairs Ijctlroom as his body repaired the ravaiies of the week. One of the fears grandma had for grantipn was that if he didn't stop twirling a tooth- pick around in his mouth after criting that hc'ti swallow it ac- cidentally and die of peritoni- tis. l-'or perhaps a majority of people, hull was as rerd and terrible as death. D1AHY DIDN'T LAST Any kid whr, didn't have !o trudge at a mile to school led a pampered life. 10very home had three for- ums where family problems wore publicly threshed the kitchen, the dining room table, und the front porch 5 TCvcry child had a personal diary he expected would mako him immortal. It usually trailed off after he had made a few comments on the weather aiul hintetl at dark and awful secrets in his life he didn't dare trust himself to put down. A pretty girl was often clo- scribed as "a real tiumdin- ger." Flo'.vers played a bigger role in the ordinary lives of people. If someone in the fam- ily was ill, the neighbors trooped In armfuls of home-grown flowers as well ar, gifts of home-cooked food. KEPT THE MARBLES Women prided themselves on the individuality and or- natencss of their penmanship. Their surviving letters today bring a feeling of calm and sedate grace to a more hur- ried generation. If you got sorneUiing in your eye and couldn't get! t out yours elf. you went to Ih e druggist instead of to a doctor or hospital clinic. A juvenile delinquent was a kid who won all (he marbles from the other members of his school class and wouldn't give any of them back. It was all right Jo lock your front door if you left your home, nut the neighbors thought you unfriendly if you didn't leave the back door un- in case someone wanted to drop in and borrow something. Those were the member? MONDAY TO Benevolent emd 3rd to APRIL What is an Elk? Tfie Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks In Canada is o fraternal and service organization of a notional character, embodying ihe ideals of com- muniiy friendship and service. Its membership is open ro all honorable men who believe in a supreme being, law and order, and constitutional government. What Does Elkdom Do in the Community? Elkdom serves the communiiy by taking an a dive and intelligent interest in everylhing that tends to the betlerment and w elf ore of the localities in which its lodges are located. 1. Elks National Purple Cross and Deaf Detection Fund PICTURE BUTTE DAY Exalted Ruler Jerry Johnson TABER DAY Exalted Miyanaga HOCKEY GAME Midget Elks vs Old Timers Henderson lake Arena 8 BARONS DAY Exalted Ruler Hartley Phillips Iks e! Canada Where Do We Obtain Our Funds? The majority of our funJs are obtainable from Carnivals, Car Roffles nnd Binges which are open to lodge and guesfs nnd 1nc general public. These main project i along small functions enable Ihe Lethbridge and trict lodges ta donote in excess of annually 1o needy organizations in our comm unifier Over Ihe years this tolal is in excels of We are assisted in many of our projects by todies' Auxiliary to the B.O.P. Elks, as the Order of Royol Purpltr. The Elks' Club is a seif -sustaining busfnew operated completely je parole from iKe Lodge, using no todgn monies or funds, ond is provided for the enjoyment and fellowship of Elks' memberj and fheir invited guesfs, 3. Local Qrgcissizatiesis Cup o! Milk Fun'! Scoult VMCA YWCA Swim Clubs 1. Vklorinn Order Nurses 5. Community Cfics! 8. 6. Community Summer 9 2. Salvation Army 3. Minor Hockey 4. Minor Basebci Service Program 7. Mcals-On--Wlieels Society WARNER -MILK RIVER DAY DISTRICT DAY CURLING LETHBRIDGE DAY Exalted Ken Doughty Presidents Ball Exalted Rulers Chester Slroman Milk Robison 10 Officers at letlibridge Curling Rink Renular Saturday Night Demct OPEN HOUSE 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 2, National and Provincial Organizations 1. Canadian Cancer 4, Muscular Dystrophy 5. TB Christmas Seals 2. Easter Seals 3. Canadian Association 6- Alberta Heart for Mentally Retarded Foundation DISTRICT ELKS WEEK ACTIVITIES HELD IN LETHBRIDGE ;