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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta wss.VtWWMW'V'Vrt Marcos appeals for people's aid MANILA (Router) Philip- pines President Ferdinand Mur- cos lias colled for a full-scale trugi'le lo rush food and mcdi-1 lo appeal to you on this d bb....... ____ riuk in nuw ake it unon national effort to counlry, ravaged DEATHS CAHOE Laurence, al the Scarborough General Hospital on Thursday, August 3, 1972. Laurence Iwlovcd lius- band of Hilda Atkinson, dear father of Jonly and Laurence Jr., loving grandfather of Jonly Jr and Larry, grcat-granu.a- tber of Elisa and Tammy, uncle ol Allxo (Mrs. W. G. Mcnncar) and Mary (Mrs. W. Mr. Caroe is resting at the Scar- borough Chapel" of McDougal and Brown Ltd., Scarborough Ont Service and commitla Saturday 1 p.m. Cremation, 673 DEATHS 1'ETERS away on DEATHS STAPLES Alice, passed nu arth Harris farm at nrvivcd by Ws parents, Mr, nd Mrs. Isaac Peters erf fa- >er five brothers, Bob, Sam, amcs, Iii tt'c Roya Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, B.C on Wednesday, August 2n00 p.m., Mr. Alfred C. McAlis Icr officiating. Interment Chapel, with Bishop Ray L. Chatterton of Claresholm offi- Icr officiating, i n i. u i J" unaiu.TLtm m I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Stavcly. If dating. Interment will follow j' :__i Trcav be I in Ardimnunl Memorial Gar- desired contributions may be made lo the Stavely, B.I'-O.K. Klks Ixxlue No. 112, care of bx Archmmint Memorial Gar- dens. Friends may pay their re- spects prior lo the service. they moved to the Wesllock dis trict, returning in 1925. They farmed in Hazelmere district, South Maclcod until retiring in 1WO. Mrs. Collar predeceased him in 1958. In 1950, he mar- ried Frances Cole of Hellcrac and they made their home at Ecllcvuc. lie is survived by his vdfc Frances ol Dcllevuc; six sons, Joe, Bill, Mick, Walter and Jim of Fort Maclcod, Al- bert of Edmonton; onc daugh- ter Mrs .1. Utilise) Rosainc, Crc'ston, B.C.; 2') grandchildren, five great grandchildren. Trc- deccased by one daughter, Mrs. Klsio Skclding, The funer- al service will be held in Trinity United Church, Wednes- day at p.m., Mr. Hugh Veck officiating. Interment in Union Ccmclcry. Funeral ar- rangements by EDKNh NF.RAL HOME Fort Maclcod. Elks wo. iii, can; ui spcas i" halted Ruler Ed Cochlan, a me- cifRISTENSEN SALMON FU- morial fund for children's play NEnAI, HOME LTD., Direc- f i c i 1 i t i e s, Centennial Park, tors of Funcra Service. I FYDKN 'S FUNERAL C3501 HO M E S LTD., Claresholm Branch, Directors of Services. 6734 IITJDD Passed away in lhe rily on Monday, August 7, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Annie Lillian Kudct, nt lhe age 70 years, beloved wife of Mr. Frederick Albert Ttudrl of No 2 12.19 4th Avenue S. Born, and educated in Lelh- bridge, lhe late Mrs. Kiuld lived here all her life. She married Frederick Albeit fludd on .lime 30 1930. She was a secretary for tho Cily of Jxthbridge En- gineering Dcpt. for years anil was vci-y active for many years in the local Welfare Depl. and one time. Nursing Mission. She was a long-time active member of SI. Augustine's An- glican Church, Lelhhriclge and was admitted lo Life Member- ship of the Women's Auxiliary of the Diocese nl Calgary in IBW She was a member of the Laurel Chapter Hnslcrn Star. rtr.sides her loving husband she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. M. ,1. (Dorcen) Ilolub of Calgary: one .son, Mr. Kenneth F of Vancouver: live grandchildren; three sislcrs, Miss Myrllc Proctor of Leth- bridgc, Miss Hilda Proclor o[ Vancouver and Mrs. C. J. (Klsic) Clegi: of Vancouver. Slie was predeceased by licr pin-cuts, Mr. end Mrs. J. .E. Proclor. The funeral service will bo heid on Wednesday nl p.m. in St. Aur.uslinc's An- glican Cliurrh, wllli Ilev. H. L. CrlsficW officiating. Cremation will follow. Those who wish may donate, lo Ilic Canadian Mniliplo Schlcrosis Society for A r t o r i o schlerosis llesearcb, rare of Mrs. M. Hand, Execu- tive. Secretary, 27lh St. SAV., Calgary, or tiie Allicrta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 170r> ISIh SI. S., In-idgo or Tiie Canadian Arlhri- lis and KlieiimnlisiH Society, Alherla Division. 3'M, lor. 5th SI. S.W., Calgary. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors n! funeral Service. WHITESIDE Friday, Au- gust 4, 1972, Samuel, aged CO years Iwlovctl husband of Mrs. Lcona Whiteside, and bc- IOVK! father Mrs. Alex (Max- ine) Russell and grandlathcr of Maria, all of Stavely. He is also survived by two sisters Mrs. Charlotle Buck, Tabcr Mrs. C. (Mary) Haynes, 1'ort Alljerni, B.C.; four brothers Alex, Vulcan, David, Clares holm, .lim, Turner Valley am John, Claresholm. Born a Wayne, Illinois he came to th Nnnton Parkland dislric in 1913, m o v i n g to Stavcly i Mr. Whiteside was jockey for eight years and later farmed easl of Stavely until moving into the Town of Stavc- ly in 1950, where be CARD OF THANKS MOSKAI.UK We wish lo express our sincere lhanks to ail our relatives, friends and s, for their concern and houglitf illness during the ng of a dear husband, father grandfather. No words can express our gratitude for tho many cards, flowers, donatioas of food and mass cards. Special lhanks to Father Field for the beautiful service and consola- tion and to dad's friends who acted ae pallbearers. Your kind- ness will always bo remem- bered. Frances Moskaluk and family. C716 sided since. He served on the Town Council for several years and was a member of Iho JU'.O.E. No. 112, Slavcly, Heaver Lodge No. 27, A.F. and A.M. and Alberta Wheat Pool. Services at Slavery U n i I c d Church today p.m.. Mr. Alfred C. McAlistcr officiat- ing. Cremation. If desired, con- tributions may be made to t h e Stavely B.P.O.E. Elks Ixxlgc No. 112, care of Exhalt cd Ruler Ed Cochlan, a me- morial fund for children's pla> facilities, Centennial Park I.E YDEN'S FUNEKAI HOMES LTD., Clnrcsboln Branch, Directors of Services fi73 IN WEMORIAM 1'ETEHSEN In-loving mcm- ry of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Emma Petersen, vlio passed away on August 8, 071. i Somewhere beyond the sunset, Where loveliness never dies, Slic dwells in a beautiful garden, With Ihc blue and gold of the skies, We who have known and loved I her, i Whose parting brought great pain, Treasure her memory forever, Until we meet again. by her hiisbimrf Albert, daughter Dorothy, son Warren and families. W15 I MASSONG Passed away n Calgary on Sunday, August 6 1972, at the age of 75 years John, of Talicr. Porn at Moro viza, Hungary1, January 31, 189' lie c.-ime lo Canada to Soul SMUTS OUT LIGHT Many a flying squirrel has the habit of sleeping with its tail laid across its eyes as if to shut out the light. Saskatchewan will) his parcn in 1905. Moved lo Grassy Lake in 1945 and worked for Stan- dard Gravel nt Grassy Lako Slrip Mine. moved to Talwr in 1MB, worked for National Paving until bis retirement in 1861. He was a member of Iho Tabcr Knights of Columbus, an honorary member of the Cana- dian Legion. He was prede- ceased by his %sife, Mcrj'le in Survived by three daugh- ters, Mrs. Mcrylc F.H, Grassy Lake, Mrs, Audrey Mcroski, Taher and Mrs. Clair Ilulwk, U'renlliam; four sons. John, Kelowna, Raymond, Gerald, Gramlo Prairie, Cecil Comiillam, B.C.; 21 grandchil (Iron, ono groat grandchild Prayers will be said at p.m. Tuesday (tonight) in SI Augustine's Roman Cath olic Church. Funeral servic will be conduclcd from St. Aug usline's Roman C, a I h n 1 i Church, Tabcr on Wednesday August 9 at a.m., will Key. Falhcr [xmman eel cbranl. Interment will follow i Archmouat Memorial Gardens FUNF.IU HOME LTD., in ciiarg of arranccmcnls. C3SO Race riol erupts over houses LIVERPOOL, England (API A race riot erupted in Liver- ool Mondny night n row over an allocation of municipa! raises lioilci! over onto the Irccts. Gangs of white- and non-white clashed in Hie Edgchill list rid of tlic tfliiilh city and residents of rival commu- nities hurled barricades up -iround their homes, police said. Two youths were arrcstw and two persons wcrn injured a spokcsmnn said. One was be- lieved Sl.'lhltf'd. U was the third straiglil nigh of (rouble In the city. A scnio: police officer said: "11 appear th.it while people in (he nrc. objected lo colored people mov itij! into llie.se houses." Resident David Dawcs, 2H, told reporters: "It started with gangs shoiiling at faeh olher from slrccl corners. Within sec- onds homes wcrn licing stnashtxl regardless of who was iiisido Ilicm." SIMPSONS-SEARS try and bea SUPER SAFETY A lot of tire for the money F78-14 BW Installed a-Qualily and low prices.. .that's Super Safety. Full 4 ply nylon construction in sizes designed for domestic cars. Well slotted tread design for dependable road-holding grip Good quality tread compound for long lire life TIRE 5.50-1 Ply All Olher Sizes Full 4 SUPER SAFETY for small cars b-Special designs lor small imports and sub- compacts. 4 ply rated construction. Each size has its own special tread design. See Steel-Belted Radial A tire so safe, so strong it could outlast your carl Tested on the toughest roads in tho world. The utmost in safely, handling and mileage. Special mMe guarantee Second Tire Half Price When you buy first tire at regular single tire pric Glass Belted Nylon WIDE GUARD 73' Scries fibre glass belted nylon tires designed to give up to double lhe mileage, better traction and easier handling than ordinary un-belled tires. 78 For C78-13 D78-M E78-U F78-U H78-M J7S-U 695-14 735-14 775-14 825-14 855-14 885-14 775-15 32.98 33.98 34.98 36.98 38.9B 34.93 16.49 16.99 17.49 18.49 19.49 17.49 49.47 50.97 52.47 55.47 58.47 52.47 35.93 36.98 37.98 39.9S 11.93 1.1.98 37.90 17.99 18.49 18.99 19.99 20.99 22.49 1899 53.97 55.47 56.97 59.97 67.47 66.97 5997 97 PRICES INCLUDE Low low Everyday prices New low, wide truck tires On Sale as low as 25 ,95 Nylon casing Wide, flat tread Low profilo True 1st. lino dimension typo 670x15 6 700x15 6 650x16 6 700x16 6 750x16 8 750x17 GUARANTEED THREE WAYS 1. Every Allslate pas-ituc-cr lire is Gu-i- anteed egatmi ALL tire tsliuies (ct iha lilo ol tha ol (fie causaodailure. en Uead used, pro-raled current pries. 1, Nail BIO fined et no charge. 3, Guiranuei pgBinst tifaa tvearoiilfor spec Hie number of prtnihi. I! tire wears out before guarary tec expires, the (oUo-Ainp lowa-ueclf the cuirent price-.sin te i towards a replace 1 Guaranteed 3 to 24 29 Spend up Allowance ol Simpsons-Scars you get the fineM guaranlea andfreo delivery fc-vch oT too v-iy SERVICf STATION HOURS: 8 o.m, to 6 p.m. Daily ond Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. ;