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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS BLdUNT August Mr. William Lester aged 92 formerly of the Mayfair Nursing Calgary. Bom in Wis- he came to Canada in 1902 and homesteaded at Grif- Sask. In 1939 he came to Lethbriuge where he operated his own real estate and insur- ance company until retiring t o White B.C. in 1962. He had been a resident of Calgary since 196S. Mr. Blount is surviv- ed by three sons. Richard Cathedral Cali- Nevada and Robert a daugh- Mrs. C. S. Port sev- en ten great grandchildren and a Mrs. Fern Sask. He was predeceased by his Mabel on June 19S7. Ser- vices at THE GARDEN CHAP- EL Funeral 540 16th Ave. N.W.. Calgary on Tuesday at Elder Darryl Sherwood of the Calgary First Ward Bishopric of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints officiating. Inter- ment Mountain View Memorial Calgary. C1592 BARTRAM Passed away in Lethbridge on Au- gust 1973. Frederick Ar- at the age of 92 years. Born at County Tipper- Dscember came to Carada in 1S09 and worked in the coal mines and lumber camps at Baynes Coal Creek and Hillcrest until 1917. He joined the CPU in 1917 and worked at Milk River and Saskatchewan until re- tirement in 1945 He moved to Coaldale and later to Taber where be resided until 1972. Mr. Bartram was a charter lii'e member of the Century 100 Ma- sonic Lodge AS and AM Milk River and life member of Pre- oeptoty Masonic Lodge AF and Lethbridge. Predeceased by his Kate and one son survivors include five Pon- H. H. four Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Zora Mrs. Queenie Mrs. Freda Purple 10 grandchild- and two great-great-grand- children. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox United Taber on Aug- ust at 2 with Rev. Ray Heffelfinger inter- ment will follow in Milk River Cemetery at p.m. In lieu of donations to the Can- adian Arthritic c-o Od- dies Drug. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL Taber in charge of arrangements. DEATH MALLALIEU Passed away in the city on August following a brief Mr. William Freder- ick Malla'ieu at the age of 66 beloved husband of Mrs. Peggy Malla- lieu of 1311 13th St. N. Bora in Barrow-ln Furness. the late Mr. Mallalieu was raised in Wales. He came to .Canada to Southern Saskatch- 'ewan in 1929. moving to Coal- dale in 1933. He enlisted in the Calgary Highlanders in 1939 and served overseas for six years and was also a member of the Calgary Highlanders pipe band. He married the former Peggy Lindsay in Glasgow in 1941. He returned to Coaldale in 1945 where he farmed for four years then joined the staff of the Lethbridge Provincial Gaol where ne worked for 21 years. He moved to Lethbridge in 1959 and in the last year has been a warden at the Lethbridge City Felice Station. He learned trum- pet and drums in the Salvation Army ss a boy and on one occasion played trumpet with Mart Kenny and His Western Gentlemen on their Western Canadian tour years ago. He a keen interest in team minor hockey in parti- cular. He was a good family man and will sadly missed. He was a member of the Royal Canadian the Calgary. Highlanders and the 33rd Field Reg. RCE Militia here he was in the pips Besides his loving wife he is survived by three Robert W. Mallalieu of Normf-n L. Mallalieu and Wil- liam J. both of Cal- and one Sidney Mallalieu in England. He was predeceased by one in 1951. The funeral service will be held on Wednes- day at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. with Rev. Keith Church- iil officiating. Interment will follow in the family Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Soccer results FUNERAL HUNTER Funeral service took place at Kimberley Fri- day for George Graham Hunt- of 148 304th South who died Wednes- day at Kimberley Hospital. He was a member of the Cominco engineering department from the 1930s to retirement several years ago. Mr. Hunter was the younger son of one of Cran- brooks's earliest families. His father was a millwright and the family came here from Scot- land before 1900. They lived in Cranbrook and Lumberton. He was married in 1950 to Irene Mclnnis of Cranbrook and they settled at now South Kimberley. Surviving him also are two Jessie and Mrs. Reg Rose of Cranbrook. He was predeceased a few years ago by older WUjrid. Burial in Marysville .Cemetery followed the service I at McPherson Funeral Chapel at Kimberley. ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 3 Man United 0 Coventry 1 Tottenham 0 Derby l Chelsea 0 Ipswich 1 Leicester 1 Pattern A7377 i CARDS OF THANKS i ATKINS I would like to I thank all my friends for the cards and visits during my stay in Calgary General Hospital. Atkins. SORGARD We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to all friends and neighbors for tha memorial food and especially their kindness and help during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to the pallbearers. Rev. K. the doctor and the ladies who helped serve lunch. Your thoughtfuiness will always be remembered. family of the late Mr. John Sorgard. 8634 C1594 IN MEMORIAM loving mem ory of a daar grand- mother and Waselka Bolokoski. who passed away August 196B. August brings sad memories Of a loved one gone to You will never be forgotten By the ones who loved you best. remembered by her family. 8535 Swedish monarch near death' j HELSINGBORG Crown Prince Carl Gustaf was I staying at the bedside of his j King Gustaf i early today and doctors said the 90-year-old Swedish monarch was not expected to live many hours The king's Gunnar Eioreck. reported at midnight Sunday night that the king's condition was critical with his powers gradually failing. Other members of the royal family also visited the king dur- ing the evening. j The the world's oldest monarch or head of was i said to be sleeping fitfully un- der intensive care. Top spring separates with these versatile jackets. Pretty star-stitch borders in two tones accent Chanel in- spired jacket with or without sleeves. Easy to crochet of knitting worsted. Pattern sizes 32-38 incl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Alice care of Print plainly PATTERN NAME. ADDRESS. Totally New 1973 Necdlecraft Catalogue crammed with crochet crafts. 130 designs. FREE directions. 75 i cents. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. MIT 4P7 Leeds 3 Everton 1 I Liverpool l stoke 0 Mane City 3 Birmingham 1 Queen's PR l Southampton 1 Sheffield U 0 Burn'.ey 2 West Ham 1 Newcastle 2 Wolverhampton 3 Norwich 1 Division II Aston Villa 2 Preston 0 Blackpool 2 West Brom 3 Bristol C l Bolton 0 Carlisle 1 Cardiff 1 Crystal P l Notts C 4 Fulbam 2 Millwall 0 Hull Oxford 0 Notts F 4 Luton 0 Portsmouth 0 Middlesbrough 1 i Sunderland 1 Orient 1 i Svrindon 3 Sheffield W 1 I Division III Aldershot 0 Tranmere 0 Blackburn 1 Southend 0 Bournemoth 0 Bristol 3 Cambridge 2 Southport 0 Charlton 2 York 4 i Grimsby 1 Hereford 3 j Halif ax 0 Oldham 0 j Plymouth 1 Chesterfield 1 Port Vale 3 Shrewsbury 1 Rochdale 1 Brighton l Watford 1 Huddersfield 1 Wrexliam 2 0 Division IV Barnsley 0 Colchester 1 Bury 3 Torquay o Crewe 1 Gillingham 0 I Darlington 0 Workington 0 j Doncaster 1 Stockport 1 Exeter 0 Bradford 0 Harilepools 1 Brentford 0 1 Lincoln 1 Scunthorpc 0 Newport 0 Reading 0 Northampton 3 Rotherham 1 Peterborough 2 Mansfield l Swansea 2 C.r 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP Airdrieonians 6 Montrose 4 i Alloa 0 Clyde 2 I Ayr 2 Morton 1 i Berwick 3 Stenhousemuir 1 Brechin 2 Clydebank 2 Celtic 1 Rangers 3 Cowdenbeath 1 Stirling 5 Dumbarton 4 Hiberian 1 Dundee U 0 Motherwell 3 East File 0 Aberdeen 2 Falkirk 2 Arbroath 3 JForfar 2 Stranraer 1 Hamilton 0 E Stirling 0 Hearts 0 Dundee 0 Partick 1 St. Johnstone 3 Queen of S 1 Raith 2 Queen's Pk 1 Kilnarock Sask. The federal Liberal government is to gain political benefits with eastern voters by sabotaging the Canadian Wheat Education Minister Gordon MaeMurchy said here. He told a constituency meet- ing that the new federal grains policy the Wheat Board to sell to eastern buyers at Political sabotage claimed prices lower than current ex- port The policy a political man- oeuvre to secure Liberal votes in eastern rural Mr. MacMurchy said the pol- icy not only undermines the Wheat Board also elimin- ates the west's natural advant- age in livestock production and forces western farmers to sub- i sidize their eastern competi- 1 He said policy Is de- i s-gned to hold onto Liberal sup- port in Quebec constituencies being threatened by the Credit- and to bolster Liberal support in Ontario where sev- eral seats were lost to the Con- servatives. Treat yourself to the rich golden smoothness of 1878. Blended smooth. Aged smooth. Priced smooth. 18731 number CELEBRATE WITH CANADA'SINNbWfffVE DISTILLERS. St. Mirren 2 Duniermline 1 Pattern Annual Income on 5 year Guaranteed Investment Receipts. Fully guaranteed by Royal Trust for term of deposit. No fee or handling charge. subject to change. r I 1 I TOYO Send me more information on Guaranteed Investment Receipts. I understand I am under no obligation. Guaranteed Investment Receipts. Royal Trust Member Canada Deposit Insurance Corp. 740 4th Ave. S. Alberta Phone 328-5516 The FASHION WINNER is this zip-front skim with easy shoulder shaping and a casual collar. Sew it in a morning in carefree knit. j Printed Pattern NEW i I Half Sizes 12li. j Size 14V2 takes 2vi yards 35-inch. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class i. mailing and special i Print plainly ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Ont. MIT 4P7 Print plainly PATTERN NUM- YOUR NAME AND AB- and the name of the HwalH. DO NOT Belted I Construction Points Specially compounded deep tread for long mileage and .maximum traction in any weather. Important grooves and siping are extended well down into the shoulder area for increased cornering power. 2. Two rayon belts give an added measure of safety and stiffness to the double steel reducing tread squirm to an even greater degree than other radials. 3. Two reinforced steel belts prevent tread and energy loss thereby increasing tread life and gasoline mileage. The steel greatly reduces punctures and breaks encountered from road hazards and distributes the heat evenly to prevent separation and tire i 4. Sidewalls on Toyo steel radials are thicker than other radials to prevent damage to their carcass if they are or used in severe conditions such as1 rally cr off-road traffic. 5. radial carcass of two plies of rayon lets the tire run cooler and absorbs shocks and bumps to give a smooth ride. The radial construction allows the tread to keep a firmer contact patch with the road under acceleration and braking. MILE WARRANTY Toyo Steel Cable Radial Passenger Tires are guaran- teed to have an original tread life of miles. Should the tread wear out before miles bring your guarantee with the worn-out tire lo any Tcyo Tire Every tire of our bearing our name and serial is guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship and material and to give satisfactory service under normal operating conditions without limit as to time or mileage. upon in our dealer in Canada. The Toyo dealer will give credit towards a new tire or a cash refund at his option for the amount determined by the percentage of guaranteed mileage. such tire has failed under the terms of this we will make a reasonable adjustment on the purchase of a new tire. Any such adjustment will be based on the tread wear remaining. Available now at LEONARD TIRE MART LTD 1902 2nd AVE. S. KNOWINGLY. PHONE 327-3580 ;