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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, Detembor 1, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 31 emoriams BIRTH KISH Peter and Linda are thrilled to tell the world of the birth of their chosen son, Tre- vor Darren, on November 10, 1971. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nagy of Lethbridge and Mr. Peter Kish Sr. of Taber 41124 DEATHS HANSEN Donald Lewis, passed away in the city on Wednesday, December I, 1971, at the age of 35 years, beloved husband of Hazel Hansen of 1408 IB Ave. S. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of ar- rangements. CT871 MSIIIMURA Kim, passed away in Calgary on Wednes- day, December 1, 1971 at the age of 37 years, beloved daugh- ter of Mrs. Maki Nishimura of C o a 1 d a 1 e. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. CHRIS TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in Charge of Arrange- C8872 JANZ Agnes, aged 84 years, beloved wife of Mr. Ja- cob Janz of Ccaldale, Alberta Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. OHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C8873 JOHNSON Funeral service r Lloyd William Johnson, he- ved husband of Mrs. Myrtle ohnson of Carmangay. who ed in the city Sunday, Nov. JS, 1971, after a brief illness t the age of 56 years, was M at p.m. Wednesday, ec. 1, 1971, in Martin Bros, demorial Chapel with Rev. Dr. W. K. Elliott officiating, allbearers were Ralph Erd- lan, Charles Vickerman, dolph Gorzitza, Roy Gullick- on, Allan DeValois and Mich- el Anderson. Interment was n Mountain View Cemetery, lartin Bros. Ltd., Directors of uneral Service, was in charge f the arrangement.'! MEHALKO Requiem mass or Mrs. Julia Mehalko, he- oved wife of Mr. George Meh- Iko of 323 8th Ave. S. South vho died suddenly in the city aturday, Nov. 27, 1971, at the ge of 79 years, was held at 1 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1 971, in the St. Peter and St Paul's Greek Catholic Church with Rev. F. N. Diadio the cele- brant. Pallbearers were Arthur iinder, Pete Dikun, John Lele- cach, Sam Virostek, John Mar- so and George Stanko. Inter- ment was in the Mount Cal vary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd. directors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrange- ments. LYNN Passed away in the city on Wednesday, December 1. 1971, Mr. James Lynn, at the age of 67 years beloved husbanc of Mrs. Lucille Lynn, of 522 19th St. S. Born ir Glasgow, Scotland in 1904, the late Mr. Lynn came to Kipp in 1923 and joined the Govern ment Research Station, where he was employed until joining the Canadian Armed Services in January 1941. He returned in November, 1946, and since lha' time had been with Canadi Manpower and was manager there when he retired in 1967 He was a past president of the Credit Union League of Al berta, a director of St. Patrick's Credit Union, an Honorarj Chieften of the Peigan Indian Reserve, an Honorary vice president of the A.N. and A.F Veteran's Association, Leth bridge, and an Honorary mem her of the Canadian Polish Combatant's Association. Be sides his loving wife, he is sur vived by four sons, John P. Lethbridge, Rev. Father Jame, J., Vauxhall. Timothy F., Cal gary, Michael G., Lolhbridge one daughter, Mrs. (Peggj Lou) Harold Kemble, Ger many; 10 grandchildren, am one sister, Miss Pearl Lynn, o Glasgow. Prayers will be sai on Friday, at p.m. in St Patrick's Catholic Church. Re- quiem Mass will be concsle brated on Saturday. Decembe 4th at a.m. in St. Pat rick's Catholic Church. Intel ment will follow in the Field o Honor, Mountain View Cemc tery. Friends may pay thci respects al Martin Bros. TRA OPTIONAL CHAPEL, B12 3 enue S. until 9 p.m. Fridaj phone 328-2361. (Courtesy park ing at the rear of the Chapel In lieu of flowers, those wh wish may donate to the chant of their choice. BROS. LTD., Directors of Fi neral Sen-ice. C887 FUNERALS SHELLENBERG Funera service for Mrs. Annie berg, beloved wife of Pete Shellenberg of Coaldale wl died there Friday, Nov. 26, 197 after a long illness at the ag of 68 years, was held at 3 p.m Monday, Nov. 29. 1971, in tl> Menr.onite Brethren Ch u r c 1 Coaldale, with Rev. D. J. Pan ItraU officiating. Pallbearer wore Abe Toews, Rudolf Gordon Rcdokopp. Jako ar Frank Derksen and Harry She lenberg. Interment was in II Coal dale Cemetery. Marti Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fune al Service, was in charge of tl arrangements. SCIIMIEGELT Flincr service for Herbert Schmicgel beloved husband of Mrs. Ann liese Schmiegclt of 2104 20 St., Coaldale, who died in tl city Thursday, Nov. 25, 197 after a long illness at. the ag of 54 years, was held at p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, 1971, the Mennonite Confcrcnc Church, Coaldi'lo, willi Re Peter Rplzlnff officiating. Pa bearers were Duncan Maclean, Manfred and Holu.ut Klaassen, Carl Bergman, George Woelckc nix! George Dyck. Interment was in llw Coaldale Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERALS CARD OF THANKS BURCHAK I wish to thank the nurses and staff of the Is' ind 3rd Main at St. Michael'; lospital and the -lectors of the iaig Clinic for the care and dndness extended during mj lospilalization. Thanks also t riends and relatives for cards lowers, gifts, visits and enquir es. -Mrs. Anna Burchak 4127 IN MEMORIAM GYGI In loving memory of our dear husband and father, 3ert, who passed away Dec- ember 2, 1970. His weary hours and days of pain His troubled nights are past: And in our aching hearts we know He has found sweet rest at last. remembered and sad- ly missed by his wife and family. 4128 Pattern 7153 Police probe torture BELFAST (Reuter) North- ern Ireland police were invasti- jating reports today that a Brit- sh soldier whose body was ound near the Irish border was ortured before he was killed. The soldier, 25-year-old Pte, Robert Bcnncr, was found with our bullet wounds in his head ast Monday on a lonely road near the town of Crossmaglen A post-mortem revealed thai Benner's thumb was pierced and one report said he was tor- .ured and beaten before he was killed. It was thought that the hole in h's thumb was caused by a bul- let or nail being driven through Benner, the 40th British sol- dier to be killed in Ulster this year, was shot after he visite again under way in the Keho Hall. Winners for the first party were Rose Todtl, Hallie Miller, Buck Spencer and Homer Mc- Ciain. The parties will be held on alternate Wednesdaya tbroughout the winter WEST COAST SERVICE LONDON (Renter) A new British-Scandinavian shipping consortium announced here a weekly container service from Scand'inavia, Northern Europa and Britain to the Pacific coast of the United Slates and Canada. It will go via the Pan- ama canal. MacKenzie's QAM0ND IMPORT SALE AN EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE' Other Styles Available. aencgm .Total 524 carats...... Sale 20O.OO arr 2 diamonds are'lOO points to the carat.. Sizes way, I'orZpointslromweights specified. '.OR BUDGET AFFILIATED WITH MAP PIN'S LIMITED DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELLERS REGINA CALGARY LETHBRIDGE IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 ;