Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, December 6, 1971 DEATHS JESI'KKSKN- Tossed awiiy at T.'iber on Smaljy, Diwrnlx-r 5, 1371, Diuid I'., at Ihe i'.ge of be concluded from Knox United Church, Tabcr on Wednesday, December II at p.m., I'iev. Kemiclli .Morris official ing. In- terment will follow in Taber Memorial Canons HUMPH- RIES FUNERAL I10MK LTD., Tabcr, in Charge of Arrange- ments. CO'JS'J ;ed away in rs tendered n.s in the loss of our husband, father, grandfather and grcat-grand- :'lather. Special thanks to Arch- deacon .1. W. Carter for his kind message and the organist Dorothy Olmstead and soloist Joan Mayer, and thanks to all! till! nurses o[ the Medicine Hf.tj Hospital, the doctors for their j atlentiveness during lien's ill-1 ness. family of the late Ben- ton Burger. F.tzikom. Alia, i 4270 (.'OX 1 v.ish to express my 1 most sincere thanks lo the doc-' tors and staff of the Haig Clinic, and the nurses in tire intensive care unit at. Ihe Municipal Hos- pital, for their care and kind- joins airbus plan MADRID (API Tin- Spanish government announced it lias approved Spain'-; parliri-pillion in the Kiiropciin pruaram for the const ruction of the A300B airbus. Tire arjimincc-ir.cnt Sunday said tlic agreement with France, West Ger-raany and the BOOTY LONDON' (CPI Hronzc swords on memorials in Britain are being replaced by synthetic replicas to offset an increase in (hefts of the originals. The Imperial War Graves Commission said in its annual report Ihe move "should prevent thieves mutilating these important statues. Bronze is too valuable td keen UN CHIEF'S PAY UN1TICU NATIONS (Hculcr) Tin- United Nations General Assembly has decided to raise Ihe salarv of the secretary-general by a year to and his pension to a year. United Nations Seeretarv-Gcncral U Thant, who rcti'rcs at the end of this year, now will receive a pension about double the amount he would have col FOH PEACE EDMONTON (CP) Robert Gist, a former Hollywood direo-tor whose credits include the television series Name of the Game and the movie Al Capone, came to live in Edmonton recently because he was after "a place thai, is little more peaceful." Gist has been appointed u producer-direclor with the Un-versity of Alberta's radio-television HOMES ROUYN, Quo. (CP) The Psychiatric Clinic of Rouyn-Nornndn is attempting to find homes where patients could be kept when they are released from the hospital. These homes, the clinic says, would serve for the transitional period between the hospital level and the family or work level. The transition would be for the rehabilitation cf the patient to a normal MORE COURSES KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) -Queen's University will move to a longer academic session this spring by offering additiona courses on an experimenta basis. The program will consisi of a limited number of courses during May and June ahead ol Queen's large summer school in July and August. The academic year normally ends in April. Cardston on Friday, December j to my during his 3. 1971. follmvinj! a brief ill- reTOnl illness; a special thanks ness, Mrs. Minnie Iron, at the I )0 jicVi Easter. Herb and Shirley Christie. Dave and Ola Steven- son, all Ihe masons and to the age of years, of The late Mrs. iron is survived bv three Mr. Ronald Day ladies of Maple Chapter sister, Wolf, Cardston. and two broth- ers. Joe Heavj Head Senior, and Joe Heavy Head Jr.. Card- ston. A Wake service will be held on Monday. Courtesy parking al of the Chapel i. BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C8947 of Ihe Eastern Star, who wilh- out their help I know I could i not have made it alone. Also a special thanks to all those who sent flowers, cards of sympathy food, and for r.ny other kindnesses shown to me during mv recent bereavement. Thank you ail so much. C'ox. 4271 IN MEMORIAMS CHOM1AK In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Nick Chomiak, who passed away December ft. Two tired eyes are resting, two tired hands are still. The one who always worked so hard, is resting al God's will. saw yon gelling tired, He knew you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful, Ib only takes Ihe best. remembered by his wife Rose and families. 4273 CHOMIAK In loving mem- ory of a dear father. Nick Chomiak, who passed away December 6. 1954. There's an open gate at the end of the road which we must go alone. And there, in a light we can- not see, Our Father claims His own, Beyond that, gate out loved one finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort in the thought that a Living God knows best. remembered b y Rosemarie and William Travalia. 4272 Sailors lose rum ration next HALIFAX (CP) The old nnvy tradition of the rum ration will' be discontinued by March 31, 1972, it was reliably learned he rear here today, but all messes MARTLV have wine, spirits and beer available for all hands. Tlie decision by Defence Min- ister Macdonald follows similar steps by the Royal Navy in Brit- ain more than a year ago. Both navies had followed the tradition of a daily issue of one part cverprcof rum to two parts water, though a cola was used as mix in the Canadian Navy. The mm was known as "Nel- son's and was dipped by Association spokes man said i a warrant officer from an oaken today that Ihe refusal is in line j keg bearing the burnished brass with'this country's policy not to I inhcription, '-The Queen, God send teams overseas until in- 'J'css As the wine, spirits and beer taxational rules are chained moFS are the mm ml ion will be discontin- DECLINE 1NVITIO OTTAWA i CP i -Canada has declined a Russian invitation to take part in a Moscow hockey tournament this month mark- ing the anniversary hockey in the Soviet Union. of A Canadian Amateur Hockey to allow Canada to send its best players. ued. GO DELUXE GREYHOUND V.I.R EXECUTIVE COACH WITH 'HOSTESS CARE' AND COMPLIMENTARY FOOD SERVICE DAILY, NON-STOP SERVICE To: CALGARY............. S 6.50 EDMONTON........... S15.50 Leaving Lethbridgc Bus Depot, a.m. New schedule now in effect. DOWNTOWN-TD DOWNTOWN, HOTEL-TO-HOTEL CONVENIENCE. NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED. M3REYH04 i i 1 THE BUS PLUS! GO GREYHOUND and leave the driving to us. ATOM Canadian General Electric R Cleaner Clothes the Easy CGE Washer Way! 414. 1972 will be ycur year of liberation with CGE automatic two-speed washer from Eaton's. II has five cycles permanent press, normal, delicate, soak, extra wash mini basket. Plus ihe CGE Filter-Flo washing system that effectively traps lint fuzz, so clothes are uniformly cleaned as water is recirculated through the filter. Has variable wafer level selections, three wash-rinse temperature selections and a big 18-lb. capacity. Now at an Eaton's sale pricel MATCHING ELECTRIC DRYER-414. Has three cycles large lint trap, four-way venting. At Eaton's perrnanenl press, timed, fluff two temperature selections, safety Viking Freezer holds 630 ibs. SALE -422. Inside our 18 cu. ft. Viking freezer are the features you want. Full temperature control, interior light, remov- able basket and approx. 630-1 b. capacity. Has thin-wall p- 'yuethane insulation, dry-wall condenser lo reducer frost polyuethane insulation, dry-wall condenser to reduce frost build-up, lock and keys. At Eaton's save your money so many ways. Mofftrt for Top-Notch Value! SALE 299 .95 This top-value 30" Moffat range is exclusive at Eaton's. Has automatic clock with minute minder, rimad outlet, roast meter probe with buzzer, self-bast ing ro- tisserio, variable heat control, untimed outet. Two 8" and two 6" burners (one true simmer) with infinite heat switches. Buy it at Eaton's now! Major Appliances, Second Floor BUY LINE 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Tuesday 9 a.m. to p.m. Eaton's Christmas Store Hours: Commencing Tuesday, December 14th, Eaton's will remain open until 9 p.m. every shopping day before Christmas with the exception of Saturday, December 18th, and Christmas Eve, Friday December 24th, when Eaton's will close at the usual hour of p.m.