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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 1HE IETH5RIDGE HERALO Stilurdtiy, April 32, 197J BIRTH and Mrs. inir I'hiUips are pleased (o the birth of baby 1 DEATHS SIKOUA John Sr. of Colc- nfin (xissed away April 21, iit I ho ;i o f years. DEATH UIHSniK Laura passed away in Raymond after a lengthy illness on Thursday, April nt the age of 59 years, beloved wife of Mr. Nor- man Hirsche of Raymond. Mrs. Mirsehe was born November 14, 1912 at Stirling, Alberta. She is the cliuiKhtcr of the deceased HuUla anil Alonzo Nelson who was a promincnl farmer in the Stirling area. Mrs. IHrsche was nitirried Nov. HI, and spent "ie years of her I YO Of passed ,av tin Knrlay, April 21, 3972, at the age of 80 years. k'ni iii Mai-tinstown, Ontario, iiiniary :i, he came to In 10Hi: worked for C. Mr. Tvo has fanned Kt'Uaw smci? 1923, Prede- include two in Stirling. She moved to Kaymond }icr husband ami family in 1945 and resided there until her passing. Mrs. Hirsche spent her life in the service of her church one her fellowman. She especialh loved music, children and with her flowers. For the past number of years she has taught kindergarten anc U-y, one sister, Bertha, iHHreal; seven grandchildren ,inn four greal-grandchildren. KisNeral services will be con- from Humphries Funer- n! on Monday, April 24 .Sum- i helped many children ge a good start in their education, Besides her loving husband Norman she is survived bj three sons, Byron of Leth bridge, Delynn of Orem Utah and Doug of Calgary; nine officiating. Interment '-ill follow in the Taber f> i sal Garden. HUMPHRIES I'TNFRAL HOME, Taber, in Kenneth j grandchildren; five sisters of arrangements. C1490 MOtll Kim, pass- ed away in Calgary, after a brief illness, on Friday, April 21. at the age of two years, Ex1 loved daughter of (Joe) Ki- yii-ahi and Marlon Mori of 2503 19 Ave. S. Besides her loving parents she leaves to mourn her passing a sister Beverly, her m a t e r n a granpar- cnts Mr. and Mrs. Tasaburo Chaki, of Leth bridge, her pa- ternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs, Sciji Mori of Raymond. Funeral services will be held in the Lethbridge Henpa Buddhist Church on Sunday April 23 at 8 p.m. with Rev. Leslie Kawa- 211 LI r a officiating, Interment service will be in the Church on Monday morning at 10 a.m. following which interment will be in the Japanese section of the Mt. Mew C e in e t c r y. CHR1STEXSEX SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1493 Kuth Gibb and Bertha Stone o Raymond, Velda Hirsche o Stirling. Mary Morton of War tier and Beth Schweitzer n Leth bridge, and one brother Parrel I Nelson of Stirling, he step mother, Mrs. Winona is'el s o n of Lcthbr idge; two si e] sisters, Mrs. Helen Babb o Raymond and Mrs. Blanch Haibeck of Lethbridge. Funera services will be held Monday April 24. 1972 at 2 p.m., in the Taylor Stake Centre at Ray mond, with Bishop Dwayn Hall officiating. Interment wi! follow in the Stirling Cemetery CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NEHAL HOME LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service, C149 CARD OF THANKS BURGER I would like ti thank the doctors, nurses an< staff of First Main East, St Michael's Hospital for the won rierful earn T received while i patient there. Also those whi came to visit, sent cards, flow ers and gifts. Burger. You only have one retirement Make it a good one, Let me show you how a Prudential Retire- nient Plan can guarantee you a retirement income you can't matter how long you live. Call me for the facts. CARD OF THANKS 1 would like to ank !lio iliK'tor. nurses and iff for the care given me while St. Michael's Hospital. Also, would like to friends and latives for flowers, curds and tts and visits. Your kindness as much appreciated, Laczo. 505 IN MEMORIAMS SWANSON In loving mem- ry of a dear husband, fa tiler nd grandfather, Oscar Swan- m. missed by his wife Elizabeth and all Ihc fami- lies. 531 BARNETT In loving mem- ory of a dear wife and mother, Irs. Ella liametl, wlto passed way April 23. 1908. To live in the hearts of those IN MEMORIAMS who love yon, is not to die. reiuemtx'rcd by Law- rence and Terry and family and husband (icorge Biirnctt. 506 SASSE In loving memory ot a dear brother-iti-law and uncle, Floyd, who passed away April 21, 1971. Quietly remembered every day Sadly missed along life's way. Just as lie was, lie will always be Treasured and loved in our memory. Bculah and nieces and nephews. 517 In loving memory of a dear husband, fattier, grand- father and great-grandfather, John A. Larko, who passed away April 22, J971. IN MEMORIAMS Time goes on but memories stay, As mid dear as yester- day. A day to remember, sail to recall, Without farewell he left us all. remembered and sadly missed by his wife, Ann and family. BAIINETT In memory of a dear sister and aunt, Ella liar- nett, who passed away April 23, 1968. We cannot bring the old days bach, When we were all together, But secret tears and loving thoughts, Will be with us forever. remembered and sadly Enis, Joe, Carole, and Ken. IN MEMORIAMS DUKLL III loving memory of our father and grandfather, Kdwin, who passed away April 22. 11170. Somewhere beyond ttic sunset, where loveliness never dies, He dwells in a beautiful gar- den 'neath the blue and gold of the skies, We who have known and loved liim, whose parting brought great pain, Will treasure his memory for- ever, until we meet again. remembered b y Klton, Pear] and family; Melvin, Isobcl ami family; Jack, Clcraldine ami family; Fayc, Ed and family. KM KKSTHOM In loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, Ronald A. Ekstrom, who passed away April 22, 1001. IN MEMORIAMS Be.ritiful memories woven in gold This ij the picture your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts your mem- ory is kept, To love and Lo cherish nrxl (lever forget, and sadly missed by your mom; sisters, Florence, Donna and Deborah. 535 ANDHOKOVICII loving memory of n dear father and grandfather, A. Androkovich. who passed away April 23, Two years have now passed away, But in our hearts your mem- ory will stay Dear Dad, no more pain will you bear, For you arc safely in God's care. IN MEMORIAMS_ Kvei' remembered ami sad- ly missed by your sons, Joseph, Andrew, Leslie and their families. 1580 Obscene posters EDMONTON (CP) Mau- rice Hcaudoiti, 22, pleaded guilty to keeping obscene post- ers for sale and was fined Court was told the posters .seized in Ihc latest incident similar to ones declared obscene in a previous (rial. HUNT 1'OR PLANE LIMA (Ucuter) Air force planes flew1 (o an Amaze ian jutifjs region o[ northern Peru Friday to seek a civilian cargo aircraft missing since Thursday with lour crew and two pasen- gcrs on board, Hie aviation min- istry said. IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT YOUR FARM, SUMMER COTTAGE OR GOOHTR1 HE! LATH! Now's the time to call AGT about phone service to your "place in the All new out-of-town phone lines are under- ground cable which must be buried before the winter season. So, we must plan well ahead to give you service this year. Don't delay! Call AGT Now about country telephone service! And tell them when you'll need it. THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA C, "Stan" VERLINOEN 414 21 St. South Phone 327-3550 CALL YOUR LOCAL AGT BUSINESS OFFICE IN LETHBRIDGE AT 328-5551 ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES WE NEED YOUR TRADES HAVE A PLEASANT SUMMER... DRIVING A NEW CAR from your FRIENDLY CHRYSLER DEALER! FLEMING MOTO Corner 7lh St. and Isf Avenue S. Phone 327-1591 ;