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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMdoy, 7, 1971 THE ItTHHIDGE HEBALO 21 DEATHS DEATHS WUKUSICH Passed away in the city on Saturday, Ue- cemlwr 4, 1371, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Louis (Luka) Wukasich, at the ago ol 79 years, of 732 12 St. C. North, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Veronica Wukusich. Pray- er.' lie said, on Tuesday, (tonight) at p.m. m Basil's Catholic Church. Kc- quiem Mass will be celcbrajsrt 01 Wednesday at am. m Kt Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Falter G. Manen, celebrant Interment will fol- low in the Mount Calvary sec- tion Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 SI North, phone 328-2361. MARTiN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. MacLAltlCN Passed away suddenly in the city on Friday, December 3, Mr. Hugh A'exarefer Mae- Larcn, at ths of lit years, ba- loved husband of Mrs. Anna MaeLaren, of 1245 7th Avenue S. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, Dec. nth., at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S.. with Rev. Dr. It. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- terment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may nay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL 812 3 Avenue S., phone 328-2361. (Courtesv parking at the rear of lh-2 Cba-eU MAR- TIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8966 CARD OF THANKS IIL'ISMAN We would like to thank all the friends, neigh- bors and relatives who were so kind lo Marl during his long ill- ness; for I heir visits and cards and flowers; also want to thank the ladies of the curling club that put on the lunch at the Thompson home following the funeral service; also the doc- tors of the Hunt Clinic that did so much for him and Ihe nurses from both hospitals who gave I him suL'h Kcacl care. A special thanks to Rev. King for his nice service and kind assistance. Rulh and family. 4335 withdrawn again SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY ANDERSON Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday, December 5. 1971, Mrs. Alber- tina Anderson, at the age of 34 years o{ Warner, beloved wife of the late Mr. Nels Andersen. Born in Lund, Sweden in 1877, the late Mrs. Anderson came lo Canada in 1911, settling first in Ontario. She came to Warner in 1913 and has resided there until her passing. She is sur- vived by two daughters, Mrs. (Greta) A. J. Hale, Warner, Mrs. Elsie Wilson, Anaheim, California; two sons, Mr. Charles G. Anderson, Boze- man, Montana, Mr. Melvin G. Anderson, Lethb ridge; 15 grandchildren; 36 greatgrand- children and one great-great- grandchild. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 1-OC p.m. in the Warner Me- morial Evangelical Church, with Rev. D. E. Sipe officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Warner Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Warner Memorial Evangelical Church Memorial Fund, the Li- brary Memorial Fund or lo the Charily of their choice. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C8967 CARDS OF THANKS LARSON I wish to thank my doctor, rarscs and staff of the Municipal Hospital for lire care I received while a patient there. Also many thanks to my friends and neighbors for the flowers, gifts, cards and visits. Larson 3 X2088 LYNX To the Canadian Polish Association; to the Can- adian Polish Combatants; to Rev Father Field, sisters and staff of First Main, St. Michael's Hosp'tal: to all friends and rel- atives who brought food to the house; to the pallbearers ar.d honorary pallbearers; to all who through visits to the house, fu- neral home or church, showed Iheir appreciation and love of our dad and husband; to the ladies of St. Patrick's C.W.L. and to the ladies who served lunch Thursday evening and to the young people of St. Jude's, Tilley and St. Joseph's Vauxhal) who provided tr choir. A sin- cere thanks and prayers. Lynn family. IN MEMORIAM I.YNE8 In loving memory of a son and a brother, K e n- neth, who pass- ed away De- cember 7, 1967. There is always a face before us ,And a voice we would love to hear. A smile we will always re- member Of a son and brother we loved so dear. To some you may be for- gotten To others part of fte past But within our hearts dear Kenny, We will cherish your mem- ories to the last. remembered and sad- ly missed by mom and dad a'nd sister, Dandy. 4288 Five executed PHNOM PENH (AP) Fiv Cambodians found guilty of kill ing more than a score of per sons with grenades were shot t< death by a 70-man firing squac Monday. Three were soldier- held responsible for throw-in; grenades in a movie theatre in which about 25 persons were killed. Tinted glass glare and there's a heated rear window for better visibility. No need lo bundle up, Datsun's 3-speed will keep you warm as toast all the way to the chairli'L The only thing that's gone right this winter is my Dalsun. I don't care if the back seat is roomy and comfortable. Next time we go up the mountain 1 want to sit up front with Hans, CAYLGY (CP) Charges gainst Peter and Sam Entz o! le MacMillan Hutlcrite Colony or nol sending 15-year-olds to chool have been withdrawn. The were laid be- ore Ihe Foothills School Divi- ion No. .13 agreed with the olony to allow students to quit Excellent road handling in the worst winter DATSUN is all you really need Al Datsun ws build solid, reliable automobiles that meet every Canadian safety and pollution control requirement. But, because it's still nice lo drive something you can love a little _ too, we make a choice of Datsun models sedans, a laslback, a wagon, a pickup and even a GT sporls car. Dalsun is all the car (and all the cars) you really need. DATSUN 1600 SEDAN irom tnemore-for-your-moneycar PRODUCT OF NISSAN FOREIGN CAR LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. and 11th St. S. Phono 328-9651 G. AND S. SALES AND SERVICE LTD. 437 Victoria St., Box 645 BLAIRMORE, ALBERTA Tol. 562-2134 CARDSTON FARM SERVICE LTD. 1J4 Moin St., Box 820 CARDSTON, AlBERTA Till. 653-33-16 f I before the end of compulsory i 1 attendance fit afic: JG. Earlier, Paul b'-i'hl of the col-1 ony. miles sou'.h of Calgai'y i WES convicl'jd en a similar charge r.nd fined S25 and costs. He but lander Dan Hayes this has since been j withdrawn. SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN Children remove rubble from McGurk's Bar in Hie Roman Catholic section of Belfast, Northern Ireland, os a British soldier is seen in the background. Officials said a 50-pound gelignite bomb exploded in the bar and the death toll had risen to 16, the largest number of victims in a single incident to date in the Northern Ireland disturbances. Thriftway Drugs SUPER SAVERS There are more than 1100 Datsun dealers across Canada and the U.S.A. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 EVENFLO NURSER HOMEMADE CHOCOLATES Treol for the family ond frlendl. i-ib. box 5PFCIAL Reg- A'" SPECIAL box M .95 SPECIAL SCHICK INJECTOR BLADES ll's Reg. SPECIAL 1 ,27 BAG FULL OF BOWS Bag of 25 SPECIAL 0 CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP 3 rolls SPECIAL Moir's Chocolates Special Bromo Seltzer Family iiie reg. 1.29. Sp Listerine Antiseptic 20-oz. Reg. 1.89 Special Pristine HYGIENE SPRAY DEODORANT 1.89 Special BRECK FOR BEAUTIFUL Breck Basic 4-oz. conditioner texturizer rfj QQ Reg. SPECIAL Breck Texturizing Shampoo ,1 QQ 9-oz. Reg. SPECIAL Breck Creom Rinse tS 10 7-oz. Reg. SPECIAL NEW DAWN ,Hair ,39 Reg. SPECIAL ELECTRIC CURLER Reg. SPECIAL OLD SPICE 2'" TRAVEL KIT. Reg. 3.50. Special AFTER SHAVE LOTION and COLOGNE. Reg. 5.00 M 10 Special AFTER SHAVE LOTION, CO- LOGNE and STICK DEODOR- ANT. Reg. 5.00 Special M 10 4 HAI KARATE t REGULAR AFTER Jt SHAVE LOTION J Reg. Special REGULAR FRA- GRANGE COLOGNE ft Reg. Special Philishave Shaver Deluxe Triple Head Now Only 21 ,95 Baby Shampoo Johnson's 12-oz. Reg. Special........ 4 ,39 Kodak Instamatic Camera Outfit Reg. Now Only Baby Powder K Johnson's 9-oz. Reg. 95c Special SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY POPPYCOCK Delicious popcorn and gfl 1Q nuts confection (10-oz.) I Special FOIL 12 in. x 25 ft. if Ali in culler box. 1 V8 Special I open Doiiv Super Savings Everyday 9 a.m. to p.m. -jt Open and Holidays