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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta --------Wednesday, April 11, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD mJ; Attack Economic expansion pace slows Of BIRTHS ALUISTON Ray Ah.ii Is happy to announce the arrival of his brother, llrcoks Robert, G Ibs. 7 at the Le'.hbridge Municipal Hospital, April 15th. Proud parents are Ron a n d Naydenc. Insured. ANDKltSON lilaine and Brcnda are happy to announce Ihe birth of their first child, Craig Ronald (7 Ibs ozs.) April 17 at St. Michael's Hospi- tal. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Swanson, Lelhbridge and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Anderson, Milk River. 231 the city DEATHS ANDERSON Angus, long BROS. LTD., time resident of the New Day- ncral Service, ton district passed away in Raymond on Wednesday, April lath at the age of 73 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Isabelle Anderson of New Dayton. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced w hen completed. CIIR1STENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD.. are Charge of arrangements. C1410 DEATHS LAYKHS Passed away in he city on Sunday. April 1972, fallowing a very brief ill- iess, Rev. Oswald Rothsay Lavcrs, at the age of 80 years of 421 M SI. S., beloved hus- >and of the laic Mrs. Margaret Lavcrs. Tlw funeral service all be held on Thursday at p.m., in Southminstcr United Church, with Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- terment will follow in the fam- ily plot, Mountain View Ccmc- (cry. Friends may pay their resjiccls at Martin Uros. TRA- DITIONAL CI1APKL, a 12 3 Av- enue S. Phone 320-23G1. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Fu- CARDS OF THANKS EATON' We would like to express our sincere appreciation or the flowers, food and many ixpressions of sympathy shown o us during the loss of our dear brother, Jack Eaton. K1NNIUUKGII I would like thank all my friends for visitirg me during my long stay in St. Michael's Hospital, ant! ilso for all the beautiful flowers, ;ood wishes, gifts and cards A special thanks to lie doctor and nurses en Firs! East Main Floor My heartfelt .hank you. Zelda Kinniburgh 267 C1414 INGHAM Passed away in DUNllAR Passed away Monday, April 17. 1972. Frieda Mathilde Dunbar, aged 85 years of Fort Maclcod. Funer- al service will be held in Ilic Trinitv United Church on Thursday at p.m., Pelcr Walker officiating minister. In- ternment, Union C e m c t e r y. Friends wlio wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund. Fu- neral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Forl Macleod. C1400 PILLING Passed away in the city on Monday, April 17, 1972, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Jane Mary Louise Pilling, at the age of 47 years, beloved wife of Mr. Conrad C. Pilling of 2202 8th Avenue A. S. Bom in Belgium, the late Mrs. Pilling came to Canada in 1927 and settled in Regina where she was raised and educated. She was married to Conrad C. Pilling on May 25th, 1946 and following their marriage Ihey resided in Medicine Hat for a short time and moved to Lelh- bridge in 1947 where she resided unlil her passing. Through the years she greatly enjoyed bowling and spent many pleasant hours playing bridge with her friends. Be- sides her loving husband she is survived by, one daughter, Mrs. D. N. (Jolane) Rose, Bnr- rie. Ontario; three sons, Rick, University of Calgary, Brian and Randy, at home; two brothers. Mr. James Sinneave, Saskatoon and Mr. Arnold Sin- neave, Rcgina. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Friday at p.m.. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment 'will follow in Ihe family plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1412 THUU, Marie Louise Ger- trude, passed away in Milk River on Sunday. April 16, 1072 at the age of 75 wars, beloved wife of Andrew Tluill of Milk River. Mrs. Thnll was Iwrn in Germany on May 20. 1896. She came to Canada with her parents in Her father was a German Consolalc in Van- couver. She moved to Califor- whcre she resided unti] in Monday. April 17, 1072, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mr. John Orra Ingham, at (lie age of 88 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lillie May Ingham of 710 Sth Avenue Born January 11, 1884, Joyceville, Ontario, Ihe late Mr Ingham entered service iili the Canadian Pacific Rail- ways as a trainman at Cran- bro'ok in 1507 and was promot- ed to conductor, January 10th to in and Mrs. Fritz chow and family. Mai- steam He was transferred Lethbridge as a conductor August 1932. He was pensioned February 1, He was a year member of the Cranbrook Masonic Lodge and a resident of Lcthbrirtge for forty years. Besides bis loving wife he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. H (Mildred) Uechnitier, Es- condido, California; (our grand- children; six great grandchil- dren and one sister, Mrs, A. (Ella) Jackson, Richmond B.C. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in Martin Eros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. A. T. King officiating. In- terment will follow in the fam- ily plot, Mountain View Ceme- ery. Friends may pay their -espects at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Av- enue S. phone 328-2361. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of CUNNING The family of the late Mrs. Muriel Estelle Cun- ning wish to extend their fcll (hanks and appreciation to Hie doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the caro and kindness cxtcned to her during hcrhospilalization. Special thanks lo the neighbors, friends and relatives for an their kind- nesses, lovely flowers, cards, expressions of sympathy; to the ladies of tha Relief Society who served the lunch, and to those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. Thanks also to solist Barbara Michel, pallbearers, Bishop Rcudon Sslk, Christcnsen Bros, for tteir help and kindness. Cunning and familv 257 The Boarci of Directors the members of the Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre would like to extend our heart felt (hanks to all the people Funeral Service. CU13 FUNERALS HUNTER Funeral service held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., for Mr. William Hunter who died Saturday, April 8. Rev. A. T. King officiated. Interment followed in Ihe family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Pall- bearers were: Henry Kr.och, George Roelofs, Conrad Bartz, Ben Veldhuis, Jack Plomp and Karel Koclofs. HUNTEIl Private funeral service for Mrs. Hazel May Blanche Hunter, beloved wife of Robert Cassels Hunter of 1237 B 16th Ave. S. who died in Ihe city Wednesday. April 12. 1072, after a brief illness, was held at p.m. Friday, April 14, 1972, in Martin Bros, Mem- Chapel, 703 )3th St. N. with liev. Dr. R. W. K. Ellioll officiating. Cremation followed Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. helped in so many ways am gave so generously of theii time, money and gifts of use- ful articles to furnish our kitch en and other rooms in the centre. The churches o! vari denominations who liavi helped in many ways, th The _____. Icon centra tion of Japanese workers imported to the Me- Tntyre Porcupine coal mine in Ilt'NTER Funeral service for Mrs. Hazel May Blanche Hunter, beloved wife of Robert Cassels Hunter of 1237 B iGtti Ave. S. who died in the city Wednesday, April J2, 1072, after northwestern Alberta "is not nia. where she resided until ;i was held at the Grande Caeiie. mine is sit coming to Alberta in 1929, m Frjday April 14 1072, in uatcd, said in reply to Rober where she married Andrew pros. Memorial Chanel Clark ISC Olds-Didsbury John Thull. She- was especially interesled in travel and people. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one son, Richard of Milk River; a daughter, Shirley Wakcticld of Steltler: two grandchildren, William and Cindy; one brother. Krnest Spalte h o I z of Ilillborough, Calif, and one sister. Chnrlntle of San Francisco. Funeral ser- vices were held in the Christen- sen Chapel on Wednesday, April 19 at p.m.. with Rev. Graham Dickie officiating. In- terment followed in the Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Flowers grnlefully declined. Donations may be msdc to Ihc Heart Kund (170S 15 St. SI. CIIRISTF.XSF.N SALMON FUNF.KAL HOME LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C1411 703 13lh St. N., with Rev. Dr. R, K. Elliott officiating. Cremation followed. Martin Rros. Ltd., Directors of Fuuer- that extensive." says Minister Without Portfolio Rob Dowling. The minister, in whose riding Grande Caciie. mine is sit- ibert lhat he is "very much aware of Ihe importation of Japanese la- bor" to the mine but added "we're trying lo avoid this as planning. This commission would consider ways of offering incentives to young people in re- lation to higher education. Later Mr. MacDonald asked what (he g bevond the t'lttll called "the dullest and most in-! program of last year, significant ever presented by a Mr. Trudeau said the opposi- lion greeted last year's program with a good deal of skepticism, but later the MPs were thankful for il. He hoped Ihe same thing government planned e "verv miniscule" finance minister." Mr. Garneau said estimated spending for the fiscal year started April 1 will be would happen again. Gerald W. Baldwin (PC- Peace in reference to frequent election rumors, said S4.G13.9 million, while revenue is expected to be million. Tliis would leave a deficit esti- mated at S382.9 million. Among the tax cuts was aholi- j the government could give em- lion of Ihe province's eight-pcr-1 ployment lo many students in cent sales tax from sales of in- j dustrial production equipment; effect in an attempt to spur capital in- i T> vestment. This became effcclive j tJc 32nd country in (7 weal ill al Service, was in charge of the! much as possible and employ arrangements. AlberUms." FVd the Japanese person- j late taxes; today and remains until March 31, 1975. The government has already earmarked million of its own spending estimates for cap- ilal investment in the public seel or. Other lax culs: of the bite in cs- JlHEt'KKLMAN Funeral Service for Jan Rrenkehnan, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Egberdina Rreukelman who died suddenly at Coaldale Friday, April 7, 1972, was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Mar tin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 I3th St. N., with Rev. M. Van Beveren officiating. Pallbear- ers were Egbert, Hermannns, Ifendrik, Gcrrit. Evert and Seine Breukelrnan. Interment was In Mountain View Ceme- (cry. Martin Hros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. nel were necessary because the of tax on the company had not teen able lo transfer of securities in Quebec; find Albcrtans with Ihe proper -More liberal gift-lax provi- qualifications for the jobs. sions. Labor Minister A. E. Hohol j Although there was no change said Mclntyre Porcupine ex- in the personal income tax rate peeled to hire about 30 of 170 in effect at the end of the last workers from a copper opera fiscal year, most Quebecers with modest incomes will paying less lax in 1972-73, be- Tory leader sets planks in platform SYDNEY, N.S. (CP) Oppo- sition Leader Robert Stanficld said today elimination of unem- ployment and reduction of wastes in government expend- tures will be his priorities if liis j party wins the next federal elec- j Lion. Tlie Progressive Conservative leader (old a news conference (he stf.ff of Hie auditor-general's deparlment would be bolstered lo "cut some of the fat of gov- ernment expenditures." Information Canada, the gov- ernment's information co-ordi- nating service, would be done away with, and the "injustices some of the older people arc facing" would he removed. In (he final day of a two-day jjour of his native province, Mr. Sianfield discussed a possible June election and said he would nol be happy as prime minister i without gelling proper represen- i lalion from Quebec. "I don't suggest a sweep in Quebec, but 1 very dis- appointed if we don't come mil of there with some significant representation." On an open-line radio show here, Mr. Slanfield said he hopes Ihe Conservatives will pick up "the odd peat on the Prairies, significant seals in British Columbia, do much bet- ter in Ontario, and hold its own in foe Marilimcs.'' Vertical lea! panels make you look slim, sleek. Knit skimmer of 3-ply fingering or synthetic yarn with, without sleeves lo wear all year. 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