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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 70 GARDENING FPEE TO BE FT. '.Vrsplrg lilvec fci'tn t TREE SURGERY FREE eiflrraltv Prur.irvg. trimmir-Q ar.4 ftll- lr.g. CaM 32S-ICK. PUBLIC NOTICES IT L'OYD'S TREE SERVICE Uirr.mlr.g, trimired Fw prcrr.fl wrvlM MMM1. V.'E DO Pfi'JNSrJG, ESPECIALLY frvit'e-r ir, eMect tel Crvislmsi for LACOM.BE NURSERIE TAKE NOTICE THAT WHEREAS SICKV LGTH- BREWERY LIMITED Is if Us fill? '9 "5f Bt'X.k 3A Crf O5TS, c4 KVM No'th 6' Nvlh s... F Orr 1, ilttrts'.' THAT SICKS1 t-cTH ER100E LIMITED 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES JLjeaths, J lid Friday, Dtcembir 1, 1972 THE LETHBF.1DGE HRAIO T7 CARD OF THANKS BIRTH HEAVY ROASTIKG HEHS, SIX LE5 f-i m', -i Ci-'i h, ill'. L'I oer.rj S'.z. dais. i Ti-'? to tarr.t. THAT tfMrtf November 1972, at Coaldale I fV.mrr.nniiv Hn-rtital (C' c-tficd ti'fri er I-371-74S1. OBER Don and Joyce are pleased U, announce the birth of their son, Jason Ar.drev.1, bom .November K. 1S72, at Coaldale ,-f-r.i rr' Community Hospital, weighing 7 Ibs. 14 oz Grandparents, Mr. s-ij-m': 'csiTiti "Xi Mrs. M. Mehtden of Lefh- ;.mi.r, AlcTim .'r-i I -and Mr. and Mrs. D. V. i Obef of Coaldale. Great granr1.- on i parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.atie lo'prcl-ctrr.t'cV' T'He 17 larr.e. I1 i LIMITED 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES SEG'D, 2571 FLAC'K PUPS. us. PF.---I UJ-zica SALE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS I DEATHS HOKKY Passed away at I H1CKMYER Passed Wednesday, November I in the city w Friday, Decem- I 2S, 1972, Frank, at the age ofjber 1, Vffi, -Mrs. Rachel Rick-1 me GP-EtT OA'IE PUPS. left. ReBJWiWe. Pr.-x.s PUREBP.ED mils. y Tr.! tlcx-.i Ir. T.'rs: HBll ii McNEEl.Y Passed away ;in the eity on Friday, Deeera i xgeij. at age of K years, i a uf 1 of the Edith CaveU Nursing ''v.S' jHonie. Funeral arrangements v.Hl announced when corri- i nleted. JIARTIN BROS. LTD., i DirectorE of the Funeral Ser- v-ice_ C5533 TUTTLE Wednesday. No- c vember 29, 1972, Selma Sophia IT j ctriifiri oiivio, aged S3 years, beloved b.1 wife of J.'lr. Simon Turtle, Vul- can. Bom Sweden, Stockholm and came to Alberta in 1913; to Vulcan district 1527. Be- GEBAUER Passed sway in Coaldale cm Wednesday, No- vember 29, !S72, a lengthy illness, Mrs. Elizabeth i Marie' Gebauer. at the age 63 years, beloved v.ife ol Mr. Theadore Gebauer xrj each day. It's a lonely life -Titiwu'. VOT, and tad hias been the w-ay, For h'fs at come is not the ieni7uiv luriess, .'ir. PHR1ES FUNERAL HOME j ward Kebon, at the age of 9) LTD., Taber, in charge of ar-1 years, formerly of Csrmangay. fnnprsl will hp held 72A fUR BEARING ANIMALS 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES K7i c? flS-rt 2'il- Cl If T ______-------------- fides her husband, survived by ri _I V.4K- i "oVine) Vulcan, sariv H S. (Esa) Jones, Wreo- eii-tsi e1' errf er.- IT R. J. Pitt. tavcitr, Gi'-. Li'. Tip LS-trs Pb'L'Y IV rerl. "H'rf; err- C-'.-'-l CITY OF LETHERIDGE FOR SALE AND REMOVAL OF A RESIDENCE AT 534 5ln STREET SOUTH, LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA tham and Mrs. George (Dork 'Green. ViDcccri'er; tvro sons, Stanley E.. Vulcan and James i 0., Lethbridge; IS grandchild- ren and sis great-grandehild- rer.: brother. Charles Bro- beck, Montana. She was prede- ceased by two Myr- I tie in 1914 and Mrs. Amy North- cott in !972; two sisters, Mrs. Agusta Tuttle in 1967 and one'as' an infant. Services at Vulcan United Church, Vulcan Saturdsv. December 2 at :p.m., Rev. V.'m Julian ofnciat- ing. Interment, Archraount Memorial Carders Cemetery, Lethhridge. FUXER- AL HOME, in charge. 1 PETO Joseph, passed S away in the city m V.'ednes- day, November 29th, 1372. at the age of 73 years. Mr. Peto wai bom in Tuanana. Hungary en Kovmher 1S99. He came to Cacsda in 1K8 f'ttling in Hillcrest. He varied for the Summitt Lime Co.. in inires at Crowsrest ar.d mined i-ri Ee'le- i until retirir.2 to in 1962. He Uted" to earden. He i enjoyed his grandchildren verv- i much liied to around I them. He is survived by one son. John Peto anl his v.ife pi Lethhridee ar.d five grandchil- I dren, Gap' fShf-on) Ro- o: ztA Larr.', John Jr., ar.d Darlene, all at home. He was nredeceased by his wife Anna in and one son. Joe in 1S42. Requiem will be said in St. Pat- rick's Church on Saturday, De- cember 2nd at 10 a.m.. with "Father J. A. Carroll as cele- brant. Interment will follow in i the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayers will be said at the i Church en Friday, December I 1st -A p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fur.eral Ser- vice. I The funeral service will be held CK31A ra Monday at 3 p.m. in Martin i jBros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- JENSEN Henry, passed 'EL, My .away in Raymond Koun-1 HANSEN In Irving mem- oay, 1972 a to Cemetery. Friends of a cear irjibaid tad fE% 'may pav their resKcts at Mar- feh-er, Dra Kaasen, who passed band of to. Orace Jensen o, TRAD! TiONAL December 1, 1971. Raymond. Mr. Jensen came __. _ Since ytfj have gone avray. remembered and sadly raissed by his loving wife, 2518 HANSEN in mem- AFRICANS IN OTTAV.'A (CP) Asians In East Africa nave been caught in Uie midle of a switch from an era of colonialism to one of emerging an Indian doctors! student said Tn'jreday nigh'.. 'The switch from para- of the co'ontry to African paramo'ontcy In East Africa only means thai the In- dian loses again." Rev. Stanley Mascarenhas taid during 2 1 oanel disc'jssion on tne in East Africa, most i recently spotlighted by the mas- Eive expulsion of Asians from Uganda. i "The Asian population has a verv limited future in East Af- rica.' said fjl Wilier, of the ei- iternal affairs East African branch. i "Tr.e genesis of the problem which came to a volcanic head i in Uganda is still -.nth us in other parts of East Africa its not over yet." PLAN NEW OFFICE LIU l faemc.. area ni'ih "his par- j CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue South. eots in 1KB. He farmed in the [Pnoae area until his retinnent vriiich j he spent fishing. He "was 3 rcembe.- of the LDS Church and 'held the office of High Priest.' his loving wife, Grace he is survived by four 1 Bryant. Evan, Raymond, and .Allan, all of Raymond: ose! j daughter, Mrs. Charles (Olive) GPjSACK _ fee families o! j of Raymond: SO ute ilr3i Grisact 'children: 17 i drea: me brother, William Jen- CARD OF THANKS One lonely year has passed av.'ay since cur great sor- row fell. The Eho-J; we received that Q5V, vve still remem- ber v.-eli. 0-jr hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tesxs still Hwr, For what it meant to lose you. no one will ever Imo-.r. When we are sad acd lonely, and everything goes frrojg, We seem to hear you whisper, Cheer u? carry on. remembered ard sadly missed by wife daughter Deb, sons Daa Jr. aad'Do-aglas. 2521 th Elder Rosert iMr.rV, Tnaris to Ell Tribes clash mav meet the family and pay their respects from 10 a.m. us-: til prior to the service at the j church. CHRISTENSEN SAI.M-! Helen John Grisact Family N. A. GrisacS: Family Hales Family P. N. Zubach Family PORT MORESBY A man was killed arid several others injured in New Guinea's western highlands vvhen about 100 tribesniea with spears and VXI'.VE and arrows clashed over a land dispute, a government official here said. i Canada hopes to have a new immigration office operating in Nairobi. Kenya by the Nevr Year. Immigration officials recently have said the Ugandan I crisis was only one extreme i manifestation of a general Asian problem in East Africa. i Tne Ugandan Mr. VTiller seid, "was in part fore- seeable but the rapidity of the act was certainly not ex- peeled." Asian immigration into Cac- ada has been markedly in- creasrf over the last three vears. he said. Canadas accept- i ance of close to 5.009 persons expelled from Uganda vras only i 'the compression of a move- ment in a very short period of time that have taien place over a longer period of time anvway.' Mr. Wiiler said the Ugandan COT'jbion was only one phase of increasing anti-Asian stirrings in East Africa and "we should see variations of this in the fu- ture there are various movements in East Africa which augur this." FORT MACLEOD AGENCIES LTD. ROYAL TRUST HARDWARE AND GIFT SHOP, FORM D THE IRRIGATION ACT, 1963 'Ssi'lx PETITION FOR CHANGE OF AREA Or AM IRRIGATION DISTRICT 7-s 1 rS cf trr- trs. f Usi: i irti ir. f> er-t c' --.5 irt2 c' li-.-i L1DDELL Passed a-ffay in the city on Tn'irslay, No- vember SO, 1S72, following a, llengihy illness, Mrs. Sarah Ud- del! at the age of 77 years of ]S10 17th St. S., beloved wife of the Mr. Frani LiddeU. ;Eom in Trota'ord. Headley, EnglaM the late Mrs. Liddell came to Hat in 1S13 and then to Lethbridga in 1925. She has continued to resUie here until her passing. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. i Frances Bambrick: of Leth- grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Lillian of Montreal: brothers. Messrs. Arthur and Herbert Baker both of She v.-as predeceased by her hus- bard and by one son. Herfcert and on s daughter Blanche. Tne funeral will be held on Saturdav at one p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL. 81Z 3 Avenue S.. with Rev. R. L. Crisfie'.d officiating. In- terment v.ili in the Mountain Me'.v C e m e tery. M-ARTIN EROS. LTD.. 'tors of the Funeral Service. C3331 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA OEPT. OF 74 IOANS INVtSTMEMTS TO BUY Should all Datsuns? MORTGAGE MONEY 309 7th Si. S. Phor.ft 328-5543 PLEASE READ YOUR AD PASSES COMMITTEE SALISBURY 'Reuter) A'......... controversial bill requiring Afri-; cana to cary identity passes TM and making it illegal for them Asyo'jr Cr car. tr.srs's a csr ,r> ojr fc: every ir> yo'jr People who wiir, tnet economy s 510. For lovers o: jjxjry. 610 is 3 very Ernoo'n, coT.ioriable In three versions: sedan or s'st'on The ones find t'r.a' ssv'ng is a lo! rr.ire f jn in a zsopy Da'.s'jr; 1200 sw'sn or For tr.s rTiSn wi'.o pa'sjn ce'rvers Eomething to i! in: our nsv.1 Sponruck. Racy ioi.'vS l-ke !o get off in our fabuio-js 240-Z. And people who like sn Eutomstio can now order it in any Da'sun. Look in at your dealer's. cot the cars you neerj no.v. all you need SUN to leave the country v.ithout a government permit, passed the 't'-.'riV1? E'SROS'S committee stage in the pre-, v E nn-.s iv !M ifMriiw.. TMI dominantly white Rhodesian j wrtc? Parliament Thursday. I n tiM ieeisrt erO l'< U nad 4BSS ;