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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HKAID 23 BIRTH PAI.MIilt Harold Ixiur- een (nee Ccopcr) ere plccscd to oinouncc Uic hirth of a son, Tavin Harold, (0 Ibs. 10 on August 22, 1OT2 at tire Municipal Hospital. A brother for Shaun. Insured. SS JJeatkb, l, IfvlemonamA DEATHS ADAMS Thomas Willis, passed away in the city on Tu- esday, August 29, 1072, at the age of 76 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Maude Adams of Raymond. Funeral oirangc- ments will bo announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrange- ments. C3fUG DEATHS CARDS OF THANKS DOWNS Passed away In le city on Monday, August 28, 972, Mr. John H. Downs at tho go of 71 years, teloved hus- and of Mrs. Gwcn Downs of 32 24 St. S. Funeral arrange- ncnU will announced when ompletcd. MARTIN BROS. ,TD Directors of the Funeral jcrvice. C3MO Winter heating costs going up MYKllS Many thanks lo ray friends, and relatives for (Jreir kindness to me during ray hospitalizatiOTi, for all tire flow- ers, cards, visits and phone calls. -Ruth Myers. 8050 UHIUIS Passed away in lie city on Monday, August sa, 072, Mr. John Gcrrit Lolmis, it tlie age of 51 years, beloved mshand of Mrs. Dini Lohuis ol OUl 23 Avenue S. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Y S O S K Y Kostantmc passed away in Raymond 01 Sunday, August 27lh, 1872, a the age of 07 years, hclovcf husband ol Mrs. Ann Wysoskj of Raymond. Mr. vva horn in the Ukraine on Haj Slitli, 1005, and came to Can ada settling in VegrcvHIeln 1928. He homestcaded in tli McRae district In S937, wher they lived for 25 years, movin to Raymond In 190J, where ha worked for the Canadian Sug- ar Factories until he retired and continued to live there un- til his passing. He leaves to mourn his passing, besides his loving wife, three daughters, Kathleen of Raymond, Mrs. David (Shirley) Rayko of Wat- son Lake, Yukon, and Mrs. Tom (Gloria) Pratt of Cal- gary; one son, John Lawrence, also of Watson Lake, Yukon; three grandchildren; three brothers, Mike, Bill and Alex, all in the Ukraine as well as two sisters, Ann and Katie, also in tho Ukraine. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Ray- mond United Church on Thurs- day, August 31st at 2 p.m. and Interment will follow In tho Temple Hill Cemetery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3M5 MOLNAR Passed away in the city on Tuesday, August 25, 1372, Mr. George Molnar at the age of 64 years of the Rol- lag Sub-Division SS No. 1C, Lclhbridge. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of the Funeral Service. C3W2 Hy JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) A cliill- ing thought on a hot sum- mer's day: It will soon be time to light the furnaco again for the winter, and the cost of heat is going up. Statistics Canada reported Wednesday tiie results of its first tludy of differences in home heating costs among H principal cities. In a word: Even the cold, windswept prairies get off rather lightly. KIRI1V Passed away at Blunt's Nursing Home, Fort Maclccd on Saturday, August 2fi, 1W2, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Florence Kirby at he age of 04 years, telovcd wife of the late Mr. Stephen Kirby of Iron Springs. The fu- neral service will held on Wednesday at p.m. hi St. Augustine's Church, with Rev. ft. L. Crisfield officiating. In- erment will follow In the fam- ly plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 1 Avenue S. phone 328 2361. MARTIN EROS. LTD. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3939 BOYLE Tho family of Mr. W H. Boyle, who celebrated Us 100th birthday at tire Devon Nursing Home, extend thanks to everyone who contributed to the success the party August 26 1972. Special thanks arc given to the matron Mrs. Mary Nivcn R.N., her staff, Mr. Ray Smith administrator and Rev. A. T. King of Southminster United Church. Out of town friend? and rela- tives came from Calgary, Alta., Trail B.C., Eslevan, Regina and Saskatoon of Sask., Toron- to Ont., Montreal Quo., and Slacey Minnesota, U.S.A. In addition Mr. Boyle extend- ed his grateful thanks and ap- preciation for the congratula- tions and good wishes received in person, by mail, telephone or telegraph and also for floral and other gifts. Included were messages from The Queen, Prime Minister Tru- deau, Lieut. Governor Mac- Ewan and Premier Loughecd of Alberta, Premier Blakeney cf Saskatchewan and Mayor Anderson of Lethbridge. The City of Lethbridge sent flowers and the staffs of the Devon and Blunt Nursing homes made a presentation of flowers and a plant on a special new over- lied table to tho home, for his use. Rosa Godfrey presented a lovely card signed by the pa- tients of the Devon Nursing Home. 8057 New fire chief TABER A. W. Lord, 42, of London, Ont., has been ed fire chief of this southern Al- berta community and will take over in late September. Mr. Lord has been working as fire prevention inspector for the department of national de- fence in western Ontario. Variations In heating costs because ol differences in cli- matic conditions across Can- ada have always mado it dif- ficult to compare living costs between one city and another. The general consumer price index is based on a set quan- tity of goods and services purchased in various cities, hut always of equivalent quality. Because of variations in the type and quantities of home- heating fuels involved, such comparisons are not as easily made, Natural gas is used in 95 per cent or more of the homes In Hegina and Edmon- ton, but only about 10 per cent of the homes in Montreal and Ottawa. So the statisticians tackled the problem from the angle of the amount of heat re- quired, in British Thermal Units or BTUs, to heat a 400-square-foot detached house, considering the sev- erity of the winter in various cities. Tills severity was measured In degree-days, the same way the oil company knows when to refill a householder's oil tank. BASED ON WINNIPEG The statistics bureau also based its comparisons in heating costs in )0 cities with the cost in Winnigap. The city was chosen arbitrarily as a basis for comparisons be- cause of its central location between cast and west. The survey found that last February, it cost 10 per cent less to heat a foot house in Regina than it did in Winnipeg, and 41 per cent less in Kdmonton. It cost 53 per cent more to heat the same house in St. John's, Nfld., and 67 per cent more in Charlottelown than In Winnipeg. It cost 20 per cent more in Halifax and 38 per cent more in Saint John, N.B. Montreal heating costs were 24 per cent more than Winnipeg's, Ottawa 13 per cent more, and Toronto five per cent more. Vancouver costs were three per cent more than Winnipeg's. A similar survey was dono for May, 1971, but tho results of last February's survey showed little change In most cities except Charlottctown and Ottawa. In May, 1971, home-heating costs in Char- lottetown were S3 per cent higher than Winnipeg, and Ottawa's were eight per cent higher. Benson undecided OTTAWA (CP) Defence Minister Edgar Benson said to- day he has not yet decided whether to seek re-election. He also said he has not offered the presidency of the Canadian Transport Commis- sion, as has twen reported this week. Prime Minister Trudeau said as he came out of a cabinet meeting that the question ot Mr. Benson's appointment was not raised. Asked when a replacement for J, W. Pickersgill, who re- tires as head of the CTC In Oc- tober, be named Mr. Trudeau said: "Soon." KEARL Rose Marie, pass away in Cardston on Mon day, August 28th, 1972 at the age of years, beloved wife of the late George Kcarl ot Card- ston. Mrs. Kcarl was born in Butte, Montana, October 4ih, 1887 and leaves to mourn her passing, five daughters, Mrs. John (Armvnto) Hamilton of Cardston, Mrs. Richard (Ade- line) Pratt of Provo. Utah. Mrs. Roger (Merlin) Peters of Cashmere, Wash., Miss Noreen Kcarl of Cardslon and Mrs. Ortst (June) Manchuk of Den- ver, Colo.; four sons, Law- rence and Russell of Cardston, Harold of Calgary and Edward of Provo, Utah; 30 grandchil- dren and 35 great-grandchil- dren, She was predeceased by two sons, Truman in Infancy nnd F.ldon who was killed in action overseas In the Second World War. Tentative funeral services arc set for Thursday, August 31st at 2 p.m. in tho Cardston Fourth Ward (South Hill with Bishop W. John Hollingsworth officiating. Interment will follow in tho familv plot in the Cardston Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C.1944 FUNERALS DUFFY Funeral service for John Duffy, well known old- timer of the district an6 form- er sheep herder who died in the city Friday, Aug. 11, 1972, after a long illness at the age of 70 years, was held at a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16, !972, in Martin Bros. Traditional Chap- el 812 3rd Avc. S., with Rev Father M. Gillis, OM1, offici- ating. Pallbearers were Jim Taylor, Olc Klassen, Roy Rol lingson, Fred Morgan, George Lolin and August Schwartz. In- terment was in Archmounl Memorial Gardens. Mar tin Bros. Ltd, Directors ol Funer ill Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS In loving memory of our daughter end Marjorie Anne Hacz, who passed away August 29, KM. Cherished still with love sin- cere, A beautiful memory, but oh so dear. As dear as ever though life departs, Ttet meraoy lives within our hearts. remembered sadly missed by mom, dad, Louie, Ron and Elierry. 7980 away on Sunday, August 27, 1072, .John (.lock) Kohcrtson, aged R2 years, hclovcd husband of Mrs. Grace Ttotarlsnn ol Pimner Creek. lioni in dcen, Scotland ha came to Car- men. Manitoba with his family in 190'., moved to Med- icine Hnl lie honiesteatl- C'd in 1310 and farmer! and ranched there until 1951 when he purchased a farm in the 1'inchcr Creek district, where he resided until his death. He served ns a Municipal coun- sellor years Inr M.D. of Bow Island and seven years for M.D. of I'incher Creek. He is also survived by one son, Ed- ward of Pincher Creek; threo (lauRhlers, Mrs. M. (Pearl) Hodgson, Bow Island, Mrs. Mildred Olechowskl, Medicino Hal, Mrs, O. (Jessie) Miller, Camrosc; 12 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; sis- ler, Mrs. Jessie Smilh cf Chilli- WBC'K, H.C.: three lirolhcrs, I'elcr, Carmen, Manitoba, Windsor. Or.tario, rrl, ni Pr'.-ricciras Lei by son, James, ISCfl. 111? fvTrsrnl vill lw held in tho (h-cck United Churoh r.n Tluirsday r.'. 2 p.m., Ilcv. H. IMlinnn officiating. Interment m Fail-view Cemetery. Funeral j .T.M by EDEN'S FUN- KRAI. HOME LTD., I'incher CVcck. C39-13 WEST Funeral service (or Frank Henry beloved husband of the late Mrs. Greta Pearl West who died at T-oth- bridge Wednesday, Aug. 23, 1972, at the age of 74 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20, 1072, in the Christen- scn Chapel with Rev. H. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Albert Antonio, Evan and Norman Evans, Philip Fraser, Invin McLaren and Hong Wong. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Christcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. JOHNSON Requiem mass for Axel Jolmson, who died at Cardston Wednesday, Aug. 23, 1072, at the ago of 83 years, was said at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20, 1972, in St. Theresa's Roman Catliolic Church, Card- ston, with Rev. Father Philippe Pmilln the celebrant. Pallbear- ers were Robert Secly, Jerry Roc, Lawrence Kning, Ixwell Ferris, Ronalrl Dalton and Ron- ald Johnson. Interment was in (he Woolford Cemetery. Chris- Icnscn Salmon funeral Homo Lid., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was In charge of the ar- rangements. WOLFE In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Ben, who pass- ed i.iray August 29, 1970, They say that time will case the pain and holp us lo forget, But lime so Jar has only shown, How mv.cli we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, the thirds you used to do, We miss the happy limes wo had, But mostly we miss you. loved remembered by his wife Hazel, daughter Marilyn and family. 7979 Diplomat dies TORONTO (CP) Boha Kriilovil, 70, former Czech- oslnvakian ambassador lo Brit- ain nnd India, died hero Men- day while visiling friemts. Mr. Kralovil, who bad been living in retirement in England, was stricken with em- physema, a chest disease, at the home of Toronto business- man John Moravrctz, nn old friend from Czechoslovakia. After spending the war In Nazi imprisonment, Mr. Kralo- vil served as ambassador to Ixmrtnn lichiwn IMS and 1318. Later he was ambassador in New Delhi. OLD SOLDIER DIES LIMA (Renter) Pcni's old- est soldier. Sergeant Miguel Rodriguez P.nlomino, has died at IM. He cnlisled in ilifil and after his official retirement stayed on to carry out light duties In the baracks. Deaths yesterday By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS Brunswick, Mac Faydcn, 67, former pitcher o: Boston Red Sox and tte old Boston Braves, coach of Bow doin College's varsity basebal team from 1946 until Us retire ment In 1970. Vatican Card! nal (ifl, Ihe vicar general of Rome, of heart fail nre during a pilgrimage to Lourdcs, France. Seville. Guanliola, 71. or.e of Spain's top breeders of fighting bulls. My True, edi- tor of a pro-government news- paper who urged other editors to co-operate with tough new press laws, shot and killed an unidcnlificd assassin. Plymouth, Eng.--Sir Francis Chlchestor, 70, who in at Ihe age of firi sailed solo around [ho world in his yacht Gipsy Moth IV, the longest, sin- glephandcd non-stop voyage un- der sail, of cancer anil pneu- monia. New Winston, 40, a Toronto-bom film and television producer who drew .ittenllon In the lOWs for her first film, Hand In Hand, after a brief illness. Branson, D. Shoulders Jr., 44. son of a St. Louis police liculenant wlw served a prison term for in- jury in the Bobby Gccn- lease kidnap case, killed when an eiplosion destroyed his car. Sanchez 72, onetime syndicalist leader and ,1 minister in Ihe rcpnbli can cabinet of Premier Fran Cisco Largo Cnballero durinr tho Spanish Civil War years 1830-37. Family choice. Olympique gives you choice Choice of models up to the big new 440. Choice of single or twin cylinder. Choice of electric or manual start. Choice of slide suspension or bogie And the best value for your money for your family. Choose the 'quiet' Olympique at your Ski-Doo dealer today. IIIII SKI j machine that' has changed Bert Mac's Cycle Ltd. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phons 327-3221 IE1HBRIDGE, AITA, Ranchers' Supply Lid. PINCHER CREEK, AITA. PHONE 627-3024 Raymond Motor Co. ltd. RAYMOND, AITA. PHONE 755-3284 B R Service (Cardston) ltd. CARDSTON, AITA. PHONE 453-3672 Anderson Supply Ltd. BOX 158, WARNER, AITA. Ranchers' Supply ltd. CLARESHOIM, AITA. PHONE 235-3711 YOU WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD ;