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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Boyle's Column emonainl BIRTH and Fledge Dickson of Warner, are proua to announce birth of (tieir second grandchild, Eaane Chris- topher, April 5lh. A brother for Brent. Proud parents arc Sharon and Phil Dickson, Ed- FUNERALS CARDS OF THANKS monton. 8783 DEATHS CIIUGG Passed away In Edmonton on Monday, April 10, 1872, Mrs, Ross Chugs, at the age of 67 years, beloved wife of (lie late fieorge Edward Cluigg. The funeral service be COOK Funeral service for I .AIDE I lo sincerely James Leslie Cook, beloved husband of Mrs. t'aya Cook of Magrath who died in the city Friday, April 7, 1972, at the age of 68 years, was held al 2 p.m. Monday. April 10, 1972, in the Marjratli LDS Chapel wilh Bishop n. Mark Dalil old- dating. 1'allbearers- were George Holman, Ken Irvine, Dan CritclifieU, Gilbcrl Sheri- dan, Robert and John COOK. Interment was in (lie iUngi-aiti Cemetery. Chrisfcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors ol Funeral Service, was in charge of ttie arrangements held on Thursday at p.m. in Martin liros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avc. S., with Rev. W. Demaere offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cem- clery. II has been requested by Ihe Grand Noble that members of the Dominion Hcbckali Lodge No. 41 allcnd this ser- vice if possible. MAItTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of fu- neral Service. C13I3 j DLA1R Funeral service for Noel Blair, beloved of Sam Blair of Picture Butte who died in the cily Sunday, April 2, 1972, al Ihe age of 08. years, was held al 2 p.m. Thursday, April C, 1972, in the Chrislenscn Clmpcl with Mr. Keith Bobbins officiating. Pall- bearers were Don and Gerald Berent, Hans Ilothlin, Itay Fin- ley, Kent Hague and John Bar- rens. Inlermenl was in Mount- OST Tuesday, April 10, 1972, Mr. Paul Gustav Osl, age 80 years. Predeceased by his wife, M.irgaretta in. ICfti ar.d a ton, Albert in 1SHM. Survivors are two Mrs. Ger- trude Groves, DeUolt, Alherla, and Airs. Gilbert (Elsie) Vooys of Milo, Alberta: four sons, Carl. Paul Jr., Tim Ost. all of Lomond, Tiny Osl of Vulcan. Born in Tassenburg. Germany, he came to America in 10D3, settling in Long Prairie, Minn. In 1903 he came to Lomond, Alberta where he has resided since, Mr. Ost was married in 1909. Services al the Bethany Lutheran Church, Lomond, Thursday at p.m., Pastor J. Rismiller officiating, inter- ment Lomond Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Lh e Lutheran Church Fund, Lomond. FUNERAL HOME. Brooks, Di- rectors of Service. tain View Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funei'al Ser- vice, in charge of llio ar- rangements. thank all those who sent sym- pathy cards and flowers, and Ihc community in general for their kindness and expressions of sympathy shown to me dur- ing my recent bereavement. A special thanks lo those who as- sisted in any way; lo Rev. Diehard Hanson, and to the Pallbearers; also to the Gran- uni Lutheran Church for pro- viding lunch. Moe. S1IUY We wish lo sm- cri-oly thank all who fcnt cards of symuEthy, Mass cards, [lowers and food to our home and. lo those wlio phoned their kindness and sincere expres- sions of sympathy, during our recent bercavemcnl. A special thnnks to Falhsrs and Gillcs for their kindness and spiritual help: ths altar buys, pallbearers, the doctor, nurses end staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and of the Editli Cavclf Nursing Home ard to an who helped and visited Ihe residence and to Martin Brothers of Lelnbridge. Siray families. 9602 By HAL DOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Ile- marks a dogcatcher gets tired of hearing: "Arf, arf, comes "Bozo Barker, you're a dog's worst friend." "Don't worry, Prince. He cer.'t louch you as long as I have you on Ihe leash.1' "Why is ii yon generally catch only little stray dogs. Bozo, and let the big ones gel away You're not sc.ired ol [hem, are you "As seen as he starts chas- ing that small dos on cor- ner, kids, lei's open the rear Pattern CIIAniLLON We wish to EICIlllORN Funeral ser- j sincerely thank all those who vice for Ronald Eichhom. be- ,io ways during loss of cur sen and brother, loved son ul Mrs. Kthel Eicli- horn of Grassy Lake who died al Coaklalc Wednesday, April 5, 1972, at the age of 24 years, held nl 2 p.m. Salurday, April B, 1872, in the Grassy Lake Community Hall with Rev. Kenneth Morris official- ing. Pallbearers wci-e Robert and Barry Rusliford, Michael Clamlfield. Roy McMurren, Ilcg Massong and Brian Gyur- icza. interment was in lha T a b e r Memorial Gardens. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CAIID Funeral service for IN MEMORIAMS 98-iB'Mrs. Katie W. Card, beloved SCHMIDT In loving mcm- I wife of the late Stewart n. oi-y of dad, Henry Schmidt, who SHERMAX Passed awav Card of Raymond who died passed awny AprilJ2, 1969 and In Calgary on Monday, lha Rick. To the many (too numer- ous to acknowledge individual- ly! who sent cards and lo our home. A special (hanks lo Rev. Bob Smith, the girls who sang, and, to Rick's friends who were pallbearers and for all the kindness and hslp from friends when il WES truly needed. Thanks also to the Order of the Royal Purple Lodge and to those persons who do- nated to tile Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund. Chabiilon family. 9803 April 10th, 1972. following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Ada May Sherman, at the age of 47 years, beloved wife of Mr. Herman Sherman of Nobleford. Born and raised in Cereal, Alberta, the late Mrs. Sherman moved to the Nobleford District in J949 and has resided there until her passing. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by one daughter, Audrey ft. Sher- man and one son, Roy L. Sher- man, both at home; three sis- ters, Mrs. H. (Versa) Brack- man, Kelowna, B.C., Mrs. V. (Dorothy) Emerson, Kclowna, Mrs. A. (Audrey) Vailc, Lo- mond. She was predeceased by one sister. Tha funeral service will he held on Friday al p.m. in Marlin Bros. MEMO- RIAL CHAPEL. 703 1311] St. N., with Mr. Dale Ford officiating. Interment will follow- in Moun- lain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1312 DOBEK John L. ol Belle- vue, beloved husband of Ann Dobek, passed away in the Croirsncsl Pass Hospital, Mon- day, April 10, 1972, at age 70 years. He born in Lieck, Czechoslovakia, June 9, 1901- Ife came to Canada in 1901 set- tling in the Burmis district, and around 1912 moved lo Blair- more, where he has resided since. He had worked in the Bellevue, Michel nnd Colcman mines until his retirement in 196-J. lie was a member of the Canadian Slovak Society and the UMU'A. Predeceased by his parents and one sister in Czechoslovakia, one brother, Tom in Drumhcllcr. Survivors include his w i f c, Ann fKubasek) of Bcllcvnc; two daughters, Mrs. C. (Sharon) Siklodi and Mrs. H. (Jaunee) Varricl, bolh o[ Calgary; one son, Ronald of Edmonton and a brother, Mike in Czechoslo- vakia and three grandchildren. Prayers will be said in St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Belle- vue, Wednesday evening (to- night) at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated from St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bellevue on Thursday, April 13 al a.m. Interment to fol- low in nellevue Catholic Cem- etery. KANT1N CHAPELS LTD., in charge. CI3H llicre, Friday, April 7, 1972, at Ihc age of B2 years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, April 10, W72. in Ihe Raymond Fourth Ward Chapel wilh Elder W. Barker Sleman officiating. Active pall- bearers were Gordon and Max Powclson, Art Grahitan, Alva Richardson, Wayne, Brian Frank S. and Reed Card, Ted S. King, Grant Hall, Fred Mil- ler and Arnold Harris. Honor- ary pallbearers were Bill and Tom Wilbeck, J. 0. Hicken, Reed L. Holman, Louis Brand- ley, Frclen Dahl, Dr. J. S. MadiU, L. A, Wood nnd Jerry J. Ball. Interment was in the family plot in Hie Temple Hill Cemetery at Raymond. Chris- tcnscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CARDS OF THANKS RETAIL TRADE HIGHER SASKATOON (CP) -Retail trade h Saskatchewan in- creased 51 per cent In March this year compared with the same month last year, (lie Sas- katchewan Relail Merchants Association said here I would like lo thank all the doctors and nur- ses of the I.C.U. and the First East for the care given mo while in St. Michael's Hospital. Thanks lo my friends and rel- atives for visits, cards, gifts and flowers. mother, Elizabeth Schmidt, who passed away August 1, 19S6. Fondly remembered Garry and Agr.cs. door of his car and let all others gel away." "Please, Mr. Barker, can't have thai funny roly poly puppy in the comer? Cross my ticart. I promise I'll tako i-cal good care of him." "Sick him. Buck! Thal'3 him. Kc SAY IT ISN'T "They say that if nobody claims a stray dog al Ilio pound you nut him in a placn uiiere there's poison You wouldn't do a thins lika th.-it, u'ould you Mr. Iki.-kerV Tell rr.o it's just a joke." "Pop, can't you get some other job All the kids lease me, ;md some won't play witli me because you're the dogcalcher." "Thai lilllc skinny i you just caught looks awful sick, Mr. Bozo. If we give you a nickel apiece, will you lei us have him? .Maybe vo can make him "Somebody told me i[ you have any lellovor dogs you make them into hoi dogs nnd cook them find eat them. That's just a big fib, isn't it, Mr. "If he comes this wav with his net. Jimmy, trip him up with your sliinny stick. He'll never catch us." "Why arc you so mad at dogs. Mr. Barker Did one of them bite you when ynu were a little now you're just trying to get even "T hey say thai at horr.e yrrur wife keeps you in the Bozo. How about "Weren't you ever a litlle boy with a dog nil your Mr. f L ROYAL Princess Margaret maps a pholo oul of n window al Windsor Castle, At the lefl are Priiueis Margorel'i husband. Lord Snow- doi7, ihe Duchesi of Kent, Hie young lady Helen Windior and ihe young Viscount Lindlcy. They were watching ihe Nelhertands' visiting Queen Juliana and Bernard being greeled by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Ph.'lip at the start of their state visit. (AP Wirephoto) 9804 HARVEY In loving mem- ory of a dear husbsnd end fath- er, Tloward, wlio passed away April w, 1971. We never knew that morning. Whst sorrow the day would bring, The blow was sudden, the shock severe, To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss his smile, his cheer- ful way, We miss the Ihings he used to say, When hanpy days we oft recall, Tis then we miss him most of aU. remembered by his wife Margarel, son Jim and Eileen. 9652 Whip up flattering veil hats in pastels and basic colors for spring and summer. Feminine veil hats cost little to make and keep your hairdo prettily in place. Pattern 7064: pattern pieces for six new spring veil hats. SEVENTY FIVE CENT'S (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for lirsl-class mailing and special handiins to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front. Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Pattern E. Burgess 9843 MOE 1 wish to extend a sincere thank you to the doc- tors, nurses and staff of both the St. Michaels hospital and the Lelhbridgc Auxiliary Hos- pital, lor the care my brother Andrew receiver! while a pat- ient llicre. Thanks also to friends for their visits, flowers, gilts and curds. Your thought- fulness was much appreciated. Moc. Ombudsman's number may be listed EDMONTON fCP) The government will try to im- prove public communication wilh provincial ombudsman George McClelland, Premier Peter said in the Al- berta legislature. Mr. I.oughccd told Ralph Sorcuson (SC Sedgewlck- Coronalion) he had read an ar- MAGYAIl Our sincere (hanks to the doctors, the nur- ses and staff at the l.cthbridge Municipal Hospital and l.cth- bridge Auxiliary Hospital for the care and the kindness shown to our father during his Illness. A special thank you lo Falher Brace Field, also Fat- her Stephen Molnnr and all his assistance, Martin Brothers for their understanding, the active pallbearers, the Honorary Pall- bearers, the ladies attending the guesl hook and Ihe ladies assisting at the lunch. Thank you also for all floral tributes, charily donation cards, pray- ers, cards, sympathy cards, lood and any other kindness liclc in a Calgary newspaper 93.171 regarding efforts to try lo gel in touch with the ombudsman, ichn investigates public com- plaints against decisions made shcnm us during sad hcreavenlenl. thank you from special Louis (Mary) Revak, Bert Magyar, Mrs. Bob (Margarel) Lang, Mrs. Alec (JoJane) Tok.iriuk. Frank Mag) ar, Louis Magyar, Miss JsabeUc Magyar. 9344 by government agencies. The premier the news said he will report on to Telephones Minister Len Werry "so that there could be some improvement in the gen- eral ease in which the public may communicate wilh the ombudsman." SERVICE Mr. Worry said Alberta Gov- ernment Telephones is con- ducting a study of all govern- ment services wilh the objec- tive of providing greater acces- sibility to rural areas. W. S. Shandrowsky, the co- ordinator of Government Tele- phono listings, has recommend- ed that the telephone number of Ihc ombudsman be printed in all the telephone directories in the province. Mr. Loughecd said the gov- ernment will afso look et the feasibility of listing a govern- ment information toll-free tele- phone number in all direc- tories. 3D DROWN CAIRO (AP) A small fish- ng boat carving SO persons ank today in the Nile 30 miles orlhwest of Cairo and all ol its Kcupants were drowned, police aid. Eighteen bodies were rc- overed. Harold goes on Thi iiHMllh P0rrr Jamaica IU.XI lElUUll] _ A duapidjucrt res at once a proud slniclure o v c TOKONTO fCP) Harold K. 'looking the Caribbean sea. Ballard, president of the temporary Leaf Gardens, will on of 1hc s Mav 23 on charge's of [vaorl Canadian Airborne ed tiicit involving The GQ-ycar-okl Bulkird 100 tents of all charged v.ith stealing been Ilirovvn up from Ihe company and house on the north-cast LIIR it of S03.000. There are of this island to separate allegations in tlic the 1.000 indictment and 23 in the regiment moved last month for training Hallarcl, wlio pained control lW( the Gardens and Toronto Leafs hockey club two ago, could he sentenced to hummingbird is the total ol 20 years if that, can fly Prince Albert mayor resigns PRINCE ALBERT (CP) city is without a mayor today following the surprise resignation of V a I Longworlh a council meeting Tuesday hi. 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