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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks 'Copters triggered rumpus DEATH ENNS Passed away at Lethbridge on December Frank of Taber at the age of 75 years. Born in Russia November he came to Canada in 1900. Mr. Enns was a grain buyer for Federal Grain in Saskatchewan before moving to Taber in where he worked for the PFRA until retiring in 1963. three Mrs. Susan Mrs. Ann Swift Mrs. Norma four Medicine Jake of four Cornelius all in four Mrs. Ben Mrs. Helen Mrs. Agnes Mrs. Anna all in 23 grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from the Mennonite Church in Taber on Dec. 6 at 2 with Rev. Menno Berger officiating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. In lieu of donations to the Cancer Oddie's appreciated. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL are in charge of arrangements. C5833 DEATHS KANE Passed away in the city on December 1973 following a lengthy Mrs. Agnes Craig Kane at the age of 70 years of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. with Mr. Wm. Calderwood officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the family Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers are gratefully declined and those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5831 Naked eye spots Comet Kohoutek Ass. The comet Kohoutek finally has become visible to the nak- ed eye. Kohoutek became visible without the aid of telescopes or binoculars late last appearing in the southeast sky about an hour before sunrise. The comet looks like a tail-less star about 20 degrees above the horizon. Only those with a unobstructed view can see it. Scientists once billed Kohoutek as the of the but have tempered their earlier predictions about its size and brightness. scientists at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory the clear- ing house for comet say Kohoutek still will be quite a sight. Kohoutek will swing around the sun in late December and disappear from sight for a few days. Until that it can be seen right before but each day a little lower on the horizon. By Dec. it will appear only 10 degrees above the horizon and by Dec. almost on the line between sky and earth. VIEWERS WARNED Scientists warn viewers not to look into the rising sun because the rays can cause permanent eye damage. Observers using telescopes should exercise added they because the instrument can damage the eye more quickly. After Kohoutek circles the it also will become visible in the early evening at the beginning of the new year as it goes back from where it came outside the solar system. The evenings from Jan. 10 to Jan. just after should provide the best view- ing of Kohoutek from all parts of North America. At that the comet will appear 20 to 40 degrees above the horizon in the appearing higher in the sky each night. The comet should look like a giant white feather against a black velvet background. CAREER THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES HAVE Immediate Job Opportunities For Dentists Doctors Nurses Marine Military Engineers And in the following Trades Infantry Radio Operator Military Policeman Cook Supply Technician Hull Technician Communicator Research Mobile Support Equipment Operator Airframe Technician Vehicle Technician Weaponman Underwater Electro-Mechanical Technician Phone or Visit Your Canadian Forces Recruiting Mobile Vt the Bridge Townhouse on 5 ft between 12 noon and 8 p.m. Ph. 327-4576 Write to Canadian Forces Recruiting Unit at I22 8th Ave. S.W. Alberta T2P 1E8. GET INVOLVED EARN WHILE YOU LEARN DEATH YOUNG Passed away in the city on December following a brief Mr. Basil Otto Young at the age of 62 formerly of Warner. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5832 SHIN TAI QUAN Passed away in the city on December 1973 Mrs. Shin Tai Quan at the age of 91 years of 416 6 Ave. S. The funeral service will be held on December 1973 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3 Avenue with Mr. Wm. Calderwood officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Chinese section in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3 Ave. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C5830 IN PARK In loving memory of a dear Gladys who passed away in Calgary December at the age of 35. remembered and sadly missed by Betty and Dick Reimer. 5176 loving memory of Robert who passed away Dec. 1964. Your name is often men- Our thoughts in silence fly To the days when you were with us. Those memories will never die. remembered by Ken and families. 5176A SLAWOSKY In loving memory of our beloved Katrina who passed away Dec. To tired eyes are two willing hands are For the one who always worked so is resting at God's will. God saw you getting He knew you needed His garden must be He only takes the best. missed by Mary and Oregon 5139 SLAWOSKY In loving memory of our dear who passed away Dec. Katrina Slawosky. Three long and lonely years have passed Since our great sorrow fell The shock that we received that day We still remember well. The parting was so sudden We often wonder why To us the hardest part of all You never said goodbye. Our hearts still ache with sadness And silent tears still flow For what it meant to lose mom No one will ever know. Our family chain has broken now And nothing seems the same. But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again. remembered by Helen and family of Lethbridge of Calearv 5138 CARDS OF THANKS TRAPP We wish to thank the the nurses and staff at the Municipal Hospital and the Southland Nursing Home for the care and concern shown Alfred during his long illness. and McLeod Families. 5173 PEARSON Mrs A. Pearson and family extend their sincere thanks to all the doctors and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal staff of Golden Acres and friends who were so skilled and kind dur- ing the time of her operation and convalescence and always. 5137 TRAPP We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy and prayers during our recent bereavement. Also for the floral tributes and food sent to us especially we wish to thank Pastor Schoepp for his prayers and the many visits to see Alfred while in the hospital. God bless you all. Kroshinsky and McLeod families. 5174 COUTTS We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our wonderful friends who were so kind to for the beautiful donations to the church to the ladies of the church for serving during our recent sad bereavement. Thanks also to the doctors and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kindness and care extended to her dur- ing her recent brief illness. family of the late Mrs. Coutts 5136 LONDON Bri- tain has begun delivery of Wasp helicopters to South issue which threatened to disrupt the Commonwealth nearly three years ago. Three of the seven helicopters ordered by the South African navy in 1971 have been delivered and the remaining four will be delivered within the next few authoritative avia- tion sources said today. When the order was placed in the British govern- ment made it clear despite stormy objections from Commonwealth African it would grant export licences. The request for helicopters triggered a hot diplomatic and parliamentary row and the sue was a major controversy at the 1971 Commonwealth head of government conference in Singapore. me LEinDHipue HERALD December 23 James Bay battle continues OTTAWA Land title possessed by the Indians and Eskimos in the James Bay territory of Quebec can- not be extinguished by Quebec alone but also requires parliamentary lawyers for the native people argued Monday in the Supreme Court of Canada. Montreal lawyer James O'Reilly said land rights of the native people are enshrined in similar acts passed by Quebec and Ottawa in 1912 which add- ed James Bay to provincial land. Both acts said the land could not be developed without first negotiating settlement with Indians and Eskimos living in the vast territory. Negotiations between the Indians and the Quebec government broke down last year and the Indians successfully went to court for an injunction asking that work on the power project be halted until their land rights were settled. The James Bay Power Corp. appealed the trial judges decision and also got appeal court permission to have the work resumed while the legal battle went on. Sears ideas begin Save Choose from these Do it And we'll deliver it for Christmas. Go 4 PC. suite in glowing Black Naugahyde vinyl swivel otterman. Reg. Tables in medium Oak finish. Tops reverse to Black Formica. Console Table Reg. End Table Reg. Hexagon Lamp Table Reg. 529.98 134.98 69.98 69.98 Wide-arm 2-pc. Transitional 38998 Versatile suite with self- covered seat arm caps. Nylon matelasse cover in Gold and Persimmon 2-piece Colonial suite 46998 Highlighted by foam-filled knife-edgs soft spring edge. nylon cover in Bittersweet and Avocado. 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