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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Auguil 33, 1971 D Bui CaraJ n leinonamA Accident DEATHS WHITNEY 1'iissct' away Fiidaj, August Kay- mond L. of Taber at Ihc age of 66 years, beloved husband o[ the lain Vclma Whitney. Born al Chicago. Illinois, Decr-ir.ticr i DEATHS (illOSS Passed away in Vuk-an on Monday, August )371, Mrs. Magclalina Gross, al the age of 85 years. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced hen completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of IN MEMORIAM i 19, liXM, came lo Canada to Ontario with his p.ircnls i n Funeral Service. CC9S51 1800. moved lo Uic Taber area, j (Purple Springs) in isiiii: mar-1 cox Passed away, slid-, vied Ihc former Velma Mae: at picture Bullc on Sat- i Young, .May 1st. Mr- uidn'y, August. 21, 197J, -Mr Whitney operated Whitney ilar-1 Gordon Alexander Cox, at the age, Taber. in partnership wilh' ;igc Of 59 years, beloved many j husband of Mrs. Laura Cox of tlu-cc Springs. Funeral Arrange- ments will be announced when j chyk, w 23, 1970. In Oily police report only two major accidents on Uic end. An intersection collision Sat- urday morning rcsullcd 3ii to cars driven by Ileinrich P. Cieddert of Coaldale and An- tony A. L. Leiuig of Lelhbridge. Only minor injuries resulted. An accident Sunday at 3rd Avc. S. and Mayor Magralli r r Drive involved cars driven by Jancl Ann hraskuv id, Alex.iraki of Lelhbridge. A passenger, i'oiu--ycar-old c J Cindy Salmon of Lethbridge, was taken to St. Michael's .Hos pilal wilh concussion and a broken nose. She is reported in satisfactory condition. pa Ihoiiglils quid again, The years that used to be. remembered by h i s familv. XI Clarence Bassett for years. Survivors ai'e daughters, Mrs. Victor (Lillian) Howled, Edmonlon, Mrs. Bert (Muriel) Nilsson. Warner. Mrs. Robert (Bernicc) Thomson, Turner Valley; JO grandchil- dren: great-pramlcllildren. Funeral st'iviccs were conduct- ed from I'nited Church, Taber. on Monday. August at p.m., Rev. Kenneth Morris officiated. Interment Soldier shot by sniper Indians use own money completed. MARTIN BROS. J BELFAST (Hemcr) A Dri- LTD. Directors of Funeral soldlcr was shot C69IH ('LETT Passed away in by a sniper here army announced. The soldier w as troops two weeks ago had died in hospital, today, the The Iwo deaths brought to 31 Ihe lolal killed since Ihe current' on troubles in Northern Ireland rnilrtnlV on" Saturday August' a miu lhc North-' llpgan Au6- 9' Loaloale on _______ 21, 1971. at the age of I Miss Nelly Plett of The funeral service will held Irish capital', Ardoyne area when he ,as shot by a bidden; followed in Archmounl Memor-j at p.m. on Wednesday in ial Gardens. Uthbridge. HUM- Ihe Mennonile Co ference, r umiT7 rhnrf i Pn.'llnn p. JY I 1 b HONORED SPRINGS The Greeks built allars beside police an- i mineral springs and the Ro- ncunccd that a civilian wounded I mans followed with elaborate gunman. Earlier loday, Church. Coaldale, with Rev. Peter Betzlaff officiating. In- terment will follow in the Coal- dale Cemetery. Friends may i pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, CRAIG Sunday, August 22. 3 Avcmlc g (Courtesy park- PHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Taber, in Cliaigc of Ar- rangements. C6980 TIIIIO.AT CUT Uoiinilril prison guard Urliiino Huliia- co, vho hail his thrnat cut i by San (hicntin prisoners, is s h o w n leaving Ihe San Unfael Hospital ivilh j .slilclics. Three pnarils and luo inmates all were kill- ed inside Ilic adjustment centre by inmates during n San Qiii'nlin escape try. I II 0 B B E Al A (CP) The Samson Indian Band is using ils own money for a million project aimed at wringing iis people closer together. Chief Norman Yellowbird lakes pride in Ihc fact Ihe pro- led is financed exclusively by I band funds. There's not one cent of fed- eral funds coming for life pro- he said. "The government h II'L offered us any money i mind you, we wouldn't mind if it did." The project near this com- munity 50 miles south of Ed- monton on the Calgary-Edmon- ton highway, has a Iwo fold Lirpcse: 1 To bring c o s e r together j members oi Ihe band who now j are scattered over the 61 acres I of the reserve; i To attract induslry and i provide jobs for the Indians, many cf wtrjin now live on so- cial assistance. The project, a lownsite, will include 100 low-cost homes, a strapping centre, a senior citi- zens home, induslry, a museum and, it is hoped, a home for res- idential care of mulli handi- capped children lo accommo- date 'JO. "We would like In help In- dian and white children so we won't restrict Ihe home lo just said Chief Yellow- bird. an automatic- laundry, a bar- ber shop and a beauty shop. The million for the pro- ject comes from producing oil wells on Ihc reserve. I'LANS FLIGHTS MOSCOW So- viet airline Aeroflot plans lo slaii regular flights lo Aus- Tfce shopping milre would Iralia, New Zealand and South American and African coun- eover square feet and con lain a general More, a hard- ware store, a bank, a cafeteria, trios al presenl nol included in ils service. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capilol Furniture Bldg. B PHONE 32R-76P4I 2720 21sl Ave. Soufh, Lelhbridge CHURCH OF CHRIST Come hear fhe BIBLE preached by Mr. John Coffman of San Calif. No clDncminational creads no doclrines of man. Bring your Bible and a friend. You will have the opportunity lo ask questions at fhe end of each lesson. THERE WILL BE NO COLLECTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC EACH EVENING AUG. 22nd 29th EACH EVENING Transportation will be provided if needed. Phone 328-5781 1971, Owen Albert, aged 83 years, beloved husband of Mollie Craig, Vulcan. Born in Bridgetown, Nova Sen- tia, came lo Maple. Creek in 1911, lived at Burdett, Seven Persons, Grassy Lake, moved to Vulcan in 1915 where be has resided since. Besides his wife, he is survived by five daugh- ters. Mrs. Boyd (Helen) Mc- Kay of Vulcan, -Mrs. R. A. (MarY) Mclnncs of Lima, Mrs. L. K. (Beth i Rus- ing at Ihe rear) phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS'. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. pnOH'SE Passed away in the city on Sunday, Augyst 22, 1971, following a brief illness, Jlr. James Harper Prowse, at Ihe age of 85 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Prowse of 955 13 Street South. Born in Prince Edward Island, Ihe late Mr. Prowse began his kin of Edmonton, Mrs. M. K. (Kathleen) Chrislcnsen of Cal- ,B _______ D_ gaty, Mrs. ,1. L. (Mollie) Cal- ne seived as Crown Prosecutor verl of Edmonlon: Ihrcc sons, for (ne Attorney General from practice in Taber in 1909, moving to Lcthbridge in 1944. Fred of Victoria, B.C., Robert of Coquitlam. 13.C. and Ronald of Georgia, U.S.A.; 29 grand- children, n great grandchil- dren; one brother. F. Y. Craig of Yanauiver. Predeceased by three brolhers and Ihree sis- lers. Services. Vulcan United Chiu-ch, Tuesday, .Augusl 24 at 2 p.m.. the Rev. William Ju- lian officiating. Internment, Vul- can Cemetery. VULCAN FU- NERAL HOME, in Charge of Arrangements. 1944 to 1953. He then continued his law practice retiring in 1970. He was a member of Ihe Masonic Lodge No. 30 AF and AM and Ihe Lelhbridge Rolary Club. Besides his loving ivife, he is survived by one daughler, Mrs. S. Fancii- er, Spokane; four sons. Senator ,T. Harper Prowsc, Edmonlon, Mr. D. Clifton Prowse Q. C., Calgary, Sir. Hubert S. BURNS Passed away in Calgary on Thursday, August ID. 1971. following a lengthy illness, Mr. Charlie Edward Burns, at (lie aee oi years, beloved ol Mrs. P.cna May Burns of Carmangay. Born at Elbow Lake, Muuiesota in 1885. the late Mr Burns came to Lelhbridge in 1905 and then lo Black Spring Valley a year later. He moved to Car- mangay in 19.16 and has re- sided there until his passing. He married the former Rena May in Carmangay on Au- gust 24, 1911 and was a well- known farmer in Ihe dislrict. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by one son. Mr. Cecil Bums of Calgary; one grand- daughter, Mrs. D. A. (Carol) jDunford of Calgary, 3 sisters, Mrs. (Irene) Browncll, Car- mangay, Mrs. L. (Rachel) Har- tel, California. .Mrs. L. (Lucille) Brandvold, Carmangay; two brothers, Roy, Cannangay, Leslie, Calgary. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday. August 24. 1971 at MARTIN 'BROS .MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 nth Street North, wilh Rev. Clifford H. Parkes officiating, mierment will fol- low in Ihe Bowville Cemetery at p.m. Friends may pay their respects at .M.ARTIN BROS. Memorial Chapel, phone Prowse Q. C., Calgary. Mr. i John C. Prowse, Edmonton; 21 COTS grandchildren, four great- grandchildren and one brother, j Mr. S. H. Prowse, Portage la Prairie. He was predeceased one son, Dr. William C. Prowse. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, August 24lh in South- minsler United Church, wilh Rev. Dr. R. IV. K. Elliolt offi- ciating. Intcrmenl will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects al Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S. phone .128-2361. (Courtesy park- ing it the MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Fun- eral Service. CC981 FUNERAL LOVE Funeral service for Tom Love, beloved husband of Mrs. Isabella Love of Taber who died al Calgary Wednes- day, Aug. 18, 1971, al tha age of (12 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Aug. 21, 1971, in Knox United Church, Taber, with Rev. Kenneth Morris offi- ciating. Pallbearers were fiwen Mackenzie, Albert liams, Leo Valgardson. Bob Fisher, Bob Rintoul and Wal- ter Ferguson. Honorary pall- bearers were Alf Stuart. Wil- liam Williams. James O'Dor- nan, Frank linrge and Pelc Fisher. Interment was in the I T a b e r Memorial Gardens. 328-2361. MARTIN' BROS LTD., I Humphries Funeral Home, Ta- Direclors of Funeral Service. was in charge of Ihc ar- CG1S21 rangemenls. New homesteading program promised SAVANAH (CP) A new approach to homesteading in Alberta's Poaco River country will be part of the farm pro- gram of a Democratic Party government. Grant Deaths Yesterday Jly TIIK PI1U.SS Windsor, N.y. Rev. Harry Tuthill, D.i, prominent clergy- man and past president of the Maritime United Church Confer- ence. Timmis, 71, member of Canada's football Jlall of Fame, afU-r a lonn ill- nos.s. FilzRpraUl Black, VO. founder cf Kdilip. Jilack's Md.. larRcst chain o( retail camera in Canada, Icy. provincial NDP leader, said here. 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