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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucldoy, Augmt I, 1972 THE IETHBRIDG5 MERAIO Oddities in. the News BIRTHS MEUCEll Harold ami Carol (bangridgo) Mercer arc pleased to annoimce llio biilh their daughter, Marcia Dawn Mercer, (7 Ibs. 7 ois.) at July 152, 1072, St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents a r u Mrs. Mary Mercer and Mr. ami Mrs, 0. 0. Martin. Insured. 0393 BROWN Horn to Ken and Wcntly Brown on July 20, in the Herder Counties Ccncral Hospital n son, Aaron Anderson (6 Ibs. 13 oz.) A brother for Ixiri Dene. I'rouil Rraiulparcnls are Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Ander- son, Milk River and Mr. and Mrs. William Drown, Kimbcr- ley, B.C. C127 DEATHS ST. DENNIS Passed away In the dty on Monday, July 31, 1972, Mrs. Jean St. Dennis, at at the ago of B5 years of 1111 5th Avenue S., be- loved wife ot the late Mr. Alex St. Dennis. Funeral arrange- ments will Ix; announced when completed. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors ot Funeral Ser- vice. 03397 1 EWING Passed away i the city on Saturday, July 29 1972 following a lengthy illness Mr. Frederick Andrew Ewing at the age of 95 years, belovc husband of Mrs. F.Uzahel EwLog of 1300 lljlh Avenue S Bom and raised in Kingslo Mills, Ontario, the late M. Ewing went to Manitoba at tl' age of 12 years and from Iher to Riverside, California in 180C He moved back to Ontario 3803 and then came west t in 1838. He worke for W. (Curlle) Whitney his livnry stable for two yea then took over some cattle on horses and a livery stable on share basis. In 1811) be bougl and farmed a section of Ian west of Lclhbridgc and t years later bought a quart section at Del lionita an ranched there. In 1921 ho ma ngcd a ranch at Chilco Hive for Mr. Joe Trethaway (Ih T2 He later move hack to ttio (Joaldale-Rcatl made district and farmed the until 1M7, at which time I sold out, bought a small plci of land just cast of Lctnbridi nnd semi retired. In I'J.W 1 sold out and retired to bridge where ho has residi unlil his passing. He was i ways very active in commit Hy affairs and was a mcmli of the old Ixjlhbridge Board Trade, a member of the Pen can Club (and n past prr member of Hie Coaldale Knights of Pythias, past member of Ihc I'.rruly- rnadc School Board, and he very well known as a square dance caller in this area. Being an ardent horse lover, he participated in many horse shows and bi.s horses won many ribbons. He won the silver cup for his show horse during Iho Dry Farming Con- gress of 1912. Besides his lov- ing wife he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Wm, K. (FCvc- lyn) Kenney of Coaldale, Mrs. II. E. (May) Sprinkle of Chin; two tons, Mr. W. (Bill) Kwlng of Cnrmangay, Mr. T. A. (Tommy) Ewing of Lelh- bridgft; M grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, tho former Monica Mary McCaughcrty in 1918. The fth neral service will held on Tuesday at p.m. In Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 7m 13 St. N., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Intor- rncnt will follow in (he lamily plot, Archmount M e morial Gardens. Fricnrls may pay their respects at Martin Bras. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N.; phone 2.W1. MAR- TIN BI10S. LTD.. Dlrcclors of (ho Funeral Service. CS100 DEATHS KOVACS J'assed away sud- nly in the city on Monday, ly 31, 1972, Mr. Uahor Kovacs the of (10 years (if 112 2nd ,'eimo K. Funeral arraiiRe- cnLs will announced when mplclcd. M A K TI N BIIOS. TD., Directors uf Funeral Ser- cc. C339G HASTINGS Passed away the city on Tuesday, August 1M2, Mr. Harry Hastings, at o of years of tlie Kclith avell Nursinf; Home. Funeral rrangements will be an- miiced when completed. AIITIN BROS. LT.'J., Direc- rs of Funeral Service. 0.1393 CARD OF THANKS MUPI'INI Miss Y. Filip- riini end Mrs. Erma (Michael) wish to thank relatives and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown us at the loss of our dear mother. Their Ihcughtfulncss in the gifts of floral arrangements, foal and cards were deeply appreciated. Special thanks to Rev. Father (vfericn for tlie Mass and Christ- enscn-Salmon Funeral Home. W94 SIEDEX Passed away in ic city on, July 30, 172, following a lengthy illness, Irs. Frances Anna Siedel, at he age of fill years, of Warner, eloved wife of the late Mr. rank M. Siedel. Requiem lass will celebrated on Vcdnesday at a.m., in Our ady of Lourdes Catholic Warier, with Rev. Fa- ter Bruce Field, celebrant. In- erment will follow in the War- er Cemetery. Friends may pay heir respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 rd Avenue S. until Tuesday at p.m. and in the church rom 10 a.m. on Wednesday un- I just prio-- to the service. 1ARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- irs of Funeral Service. C3399 STANDING ALONE Beu- ah passed away suddenly on Saturday, July 29th, 1972, at he age of 41 years, beloved idfc ot Allan Standing Alono of UIG Blood Reserve. She leaves o mourn her passing icr husband, six children, Ty- rono Eaglespcakcr, W a n d a h luth, March Gail, Marna Allan, ?arxm and Byrde; her par- ents, MJke and Kathleen Eagle- speaker; also three sisters, 3velyn and Byrdo of Rcglna, jhirley of Calgary as well as a brother, Iko of Calgary. Fu- neral services will held in ,t, Paul's Church, Cardslon on Wednesday, August 2, at 10 a.m., with Rev. Allan MeQuaig officiating. Interment St. Paul's Cemetery. Prayers will bo said in St Paul's Chapel, Tuesday evening (tonight) st 8 p.m. CHRISTENSI5N SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. IN MEMORIAMS I'OTOCNIACK In loving memory of a dcci1 wife and mother, Maria, who passed away July 31, Mass will b e held in St. Pat- rick's Catholic Church, 12 noon Wednesday, Au- gust 2. rcmber- ed by husband Antltony and lamily. 6389-1 loving mem- ory of our dear son and brother, Richard Allen who passed away Aug. 1, 1971. It's lonely hero without you son Wo miss you more each day, For life is not the same for us Since you were called away. You bade no one a last fare- well, Nor even said good-bye, You were gone before we knew And only God knows why. remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, brother Dwayne and sisters Sliarlene, Liza and Connie. 6122 SUDBURY, England (Rcu- tnr) A 100-pound Alsatian dog went for a Kwim in u lake near hero and became livo bait for n hungiy 15-pound fish lhat its leg and tried to pull It under. 'Hie fish, a pike, was still clinging to the dog's leg when its owner pulled it from tho water. The pike finally let go, and the log was taken away to have .seven stitches in a deep leg wound. SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) The Chamber of Commerce is over a penny postcard which apparently arrived some CO years live cents postage due to cover tho accrued increases of years in transit. The postcard post- marked last Tuesday in Pal- ouse, Wash., but was ad- dressed to the Hutlon Building which the chamber left some CO years ago. LIMA, Peru (Reuter) Pedro Bejarar.o, 70, and Agri- pina Diaz, 69, got married liero Sunday at a ceremony attended by their seven chil- dren and 17 grandchildren. An additional couples were legally wed at a mass ceremony at San Juan de Mir- ol aflores in the Interests uordcr and justice." The mass wedding was or- ganized by government and I lorn an Catholic Church e.u- thoritics. THEATUK FANS MOSCOW (AP) Tass says luhlic interest in tho theatre is and well in Moscow, "On .ickct sale days long queues line up in front of the ticket offices of popular theatres sinco early the official news agency said. today's FUNNY "COVER GIRLS USUALLY DON'T MINIATURE MANHATTAN Concrete lowers are laking over Vancouver's down- town peninsula and new gtcnls ore conslanlly dwarfing their predecessors. The con- struction boom has brought some predictions of an over-supply of apartment onct of- fice space in the near future, but given a continuation of the general trend, it is felt that If such a surplus occurs, it will not last long. LOSE TEETH One-third of the adults in Eng- land and Wales have lost all their teeth. MILES OF HIGHWAY Southwest China's mountain- ous Szechwan province has miles of highway. MORE PEOPLE Italy's population has topped the M-million mark, a 6.7-per- cent increase in the last ANDERSON Sunday, July 30, 1972, Earl Osvald, aged 80 years beloved husband of Mrs. Theresa Anderson, Clarcsholm, Alberta, and beloved father of Mrs. W. (Mary) Parker, naimo, B.C., Mrs. B. Wahl, Medicine IUI, Mr. James Na- (Joan) Allicrta, Anderson, Clarcs- holm, Alberta. He h also stir- vived by eight grandchildren nnd a brother, Oscar A. Ander- son Penticton, B.C. Born in Leavltt, Nebraska, U.S.A. ho came to Canada to Clarcsholm in 1005, where he farmed until retiring in 1962. Ho was veteran of the First World War having served Hie 49th Battalion CEP Mr. Anderson was n member of tho Alberta Wheat Pool Services at Clarcsholm United Church Wednesday at 1-30 p m Interment Clarcsholm Cemetery. LEYDKN'S Funeral Homos Ltd., Directors of Ser- vices Clarcsholm Branch. C335W MOSKAU'K Joseph, pass- d away in the city en Fri- day, .Inly 2fl, lt'72 i.t Ihe- of K-l years, liclovcd Im'.baml of Frances Moskaluk of 147 20 Kt. N. Mr. MoskaUik was luirn in I'olaml on March 19, IMfl. Ifo came to Canada In 1911 nnd spent mosl of his life In the district work- ins in the No. 6 and Shaugh- ncssy mines until relirinK in 1954. Hn was n member of the Miners' Union, Hie Slovak So- ciety, nnd St. n.isil's I'nrish. He leaves lo mourn his passinj; besides his lovinf! wife, Fran- ces, three sons. IJoyil of liicti- monri, B.C., Michael of Cal- Kary, and Edward of hridge; Ihrco daughters, T.Irs. George (Olgn) Dnmont o! Co- (HiillAm, B.C., Mrs. James (Jennie) Dowdell of Edmonton anil Mrs. Erie (Nellie) Nelson of Calgary; grandchildren. Ftcqnicm Mass will he said In SI. Basil's Catholic Church on Tuesday, Aug. 1 (today) at a.m., wilh Father Druce Field as Celebrant. Interment will follow In Iho Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayers were in the Christensen Chapel CI27 10 SI. S.) Monday, July 31st at p.m. ClimSrKNSBN SAUMON FlWBTiAl. HOMT5 LTD., Directors of Firritral Ser- Marijuana use hy young on decrease OTTAWA (CP) Health Minister John Munro said Mon- day he believed marijuana use by the- young in Canada has past its peak and is now de- creasing. At the unveiling of the fed- eral government's policy on marijuana, Mr, Munro said he thougtit drug use by the young will wane more in future as young people decide voluntarily to abstain. He said he did not thbik lega- lization of marijuana was an in- evitablo event that might occu' with a more open altitude to- ward the drug by a new gener- ation. Mr. Munro cautioned the young not to lake Iho policy of easing penalties for first of- fences of possession of cannahis as an approval of the drug. vice. C33M Alaska river polluted before oil pipeline WASHINGTON (AP) Rep- resentative lyes Aspin Wis.) .saitl here en Alaska river lias been polluted by an oil leak even before construction oE the controversial Irans-Alaska oil nijxilinc. In a letter to Interior Secre- tary Rogers C. B. Morton, Aspin sairl an oil leak at the Alycskn Co.'s Happy Valley construction c.-inip on (he Alaska North Slope has gone uncorrcctcd for II! months and caused ecological damnRe to Ihe Sagazvanirktok IlivcT, commonly called Ihe Sag River. The dicsel-fuel leak may have killed or damaged arctic char and grayling fish In Iho stream, said Aspin, nn opponent o[ Alyeska's proposed pipeline. College tenders exceed budget, GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Future of tho proposed Grande Prairie Regional College hangs on tho decision of the Alberta Colleges Commission afler con- struction lenders lor Iho new campus made public Monday exceeded tho budget by more than million. Tho lowest tender was million, submitted by llarsim Constntclion Ltd. of St. Albert, Alia. Though UK) lowest bid It will not necessarily bo accepted, nnd will undergo evaluation along with all others by the college hoard of governors and architect. Dear Friends and Customers I would like 1o extend a hearty thank you 10 my many friends and customers have stopped in to say hello. I would also like to remind you our Summer Clearance Salo conlinues until Aug. 5. Como in and toko advantage of the honest -to goodness savings on top quality merchandise. Please drop In and say hello. I am look- Ing to seeing you. BOB DEIMUTH Hardware Manager, Rovolstoke Building. Hardware Item Specials 30" Copper-tone No Duct Range Hoods Portable 12" Barbecue Double Hibachi Electric Charcoal Lighter -i All Garden Tools 5-String Corn Broom Electric Hand Mixers 32 ,50 .98 Specials In Effect Until Sat. Closing Aug. 5th 2x6 No, 1 Rough Spruce Lumber for corrals, etc. {Lots of 16' lengths) Per Hundred Board Feet 2nd Cut Uitedged Boards per