Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams KARI, DEATHS Adolph, IN MEMORIAM i KL'MOKKK In lovirvg mere away in Picture Butte on Wed- j 'A mother and, r.esday, December 14th, Baba, Agnes 'Kraus; Kurnorek.l at the age of 5i years. Funeral arrangement1; will be announc- ed when completed. CHRIS-1 TENSEN SALMON FUNERAlJ HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. Gora but forgotten. remembered by liarduig anri Mary; grarxi children Harding Jr.. Jo- Anne uxl Srcrl; also Agnes and family; Charlie, Dvr-j orrv and family, Tooi, Ron and' family. VOA CIIRLSTEN Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Decem- ber 12, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Alcide fAlic) Chris- ten, at the age of 'fl years of the Green Acres Lodge. The fu- neral will be held on Monday at 1 p.m. Li Martin Eros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- tpoafrnPI EL. 812 3 Avenue S.. with Rev. 11 H. VT. Ma-tin officiating. Inter- ment will follow in View Cemetery. Friend.-; may pay their respects at Martin Eros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 212 3 Avenue S. 53? 1. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Di- rectors of Funeral Service. Smallpox disclosed WALLl.S Margaret Eiien of Victoria, B.C., p-saoe.'tjljy at Royal Jubilee Hospital on Thursday, December 7. !K2. ii her 81it year. by two KO3, Jack and Syd, S'ictoria; oce daugoter, Mrs. A. fIrene) Cha-rKTi, Victoria: Dve graixi- children; one Cslsir.-; two EUters. Hilda. Port Alberni co'jver: nephews and nieces. Mrs. Y.'allis was a charurred of the O.O.R.P., Leth- WLNNIPEG Uc-ting life en otter v.-orlds change man's image of himseft for the better? Or will it de- stroy his initiative by allowing him to on a superior irt- mate of crriUzations La i galaxy one which i means one IXT many hurxlred trxttsand Ssgan said. He noted that a 10-year for radio signals from space has virus which brings enpojt 13 very much like the' virus wrJch causes smallpox." v.-ere coceidered by experts the sciences, social sciences. zr.4 fe: co development o! CHRISTMAS CARDS McADAM To all our relatives, a Merry Christ- arri a Hapf.- New Year. farnilv. P.L'P.CHAK Merr.- GirLrt- Happy New Year to ail our friearis and neighbors. and Shirley E'jrchak aw) family 4257-1 Sh I.ITTI-E Ifeny' Christmas a Happy .Vew Year to all ox- relatives a-ryd and Vila Uuie 4236-15 to Ln farni'y, v.e not be tc-r.'Tkg Greeting care's this year. Kajiwars L'rar.o Cr-ris. E.C. pleats Dv that ble' to other in- The Bangladesh patients re- j covered in two to four lays. They developed the disease j process up to the initial lesion formation, but then went to the scab Kage and tr.e patients healfed q-jickly. Dr. Foeriter said the team, L-jcludir.g Dr. Israels, di- of the Manitoba institute of cell biology, and Dr. I Kryniuk, an assistant professor 5 of medicine Et tr-e University of their the- ories Li Winnipeg after the iai- tial treatrnerit and "were ac- I tualiy waiting for a Emallpca l outbreak somewhere in the world." With the wj'ireaV: in Bangla- desh, thfc received per- rnissif-n for one debtor to taice treairnent to that co'jntry. Dr. S. Hossain, a former rc-sideiit ia haematologj- at fe University of Manitoba, spc-r.t April in Bangladesh. treatir.3 the nine patienls. SKf.EtT PATIENTS the district we v.ere r.ad reported, v.ith j% of and possibly change produced no coritact and added his very image of God? the thousands of other question stars one by one cotikl go en for of years before it is fuitful. Kagan said man at a imique i peri'yi Mia which the old, secure sense of where we are in the universe has' ercded." He said contact with man to ocrSfr human Ixrings sive d_ oa j mankind a new setee of where pn- it fits into the universe, yjxirr i irthropologist Ashley Moo-: i tagu said man has dooe a bad it is v _j NORTH LETHBRIDGE 'TOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" Phone 328-4441 POWTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS INDOOR LIGHTS and DECORATIONS NOMA 20-LIGHT TINSEL MINI SET 20 miniature push-in bulbs surrounded tin- sel. SET V? y. p pbcatons of c space. NOMA ARTIFICIAL TREES NOEL 6' SOFT NEEDLE TREE 35 rips of authentic looking foiige. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 11 .77 whai its implications may be. Professor Ca-1 E. Sagan. di- rector of Cornell UciverEity's Laboratory for Planetary Stud- said that human tecirjoiogy j ;j' as advanced as himself, al- said discovery of life else-.vhere would teach roan that Gcd's do- main is larger arxi would give him a belter idea of his place ia NOMA 6' DELUXE SCOTCH PINE Looks like Ihe real thing with its 109 Hpi. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 19 .97 "Tne may be pro- most optimistic esti- tiv: MOKhl-iON We said. agai.'ii't it. Dr. A Very Mer iiA A Hapr.y New Jim y Cr.ri. Year. ;o iiir.ti-, .c- wili rxj cards UILS year. .Merry srrf H.ppy Nl-rr Yesr ail r ffi f OLKI.VS wish aU fAir ar.4 relatives in ar.d dLy.rict a Merry fcry] a Year. Hert ar.d Treva UK; PRICES PEAK VANTOL'VEP. fCP; fkn-don president of the of Forerit f f.ays hjrn- xrr Ina'.e feir ir, R C.. ur.u- r-.uAl corribi ration of He said tl-A adverse a winter, v.ttich CTC-ate a log stortage and drive prices AIFJK Unlay former Halifax radio and televison executive, will become chir-f of staff to Conservative leader Robert Stanficld effective Jan. 1, or vaca badlj .Iu hear and week Judge stickler for correct English CALGARY Provin- cial Judge L. A. Justason is a stickler lor correct English, a fact he revealed in court Wednesday. He said he is 'on the thre- shold' of throv.i.ig o'Jt gram- matically ir.correct charges. The judee delivered the warning "to constables who dangle therir participles" when he refused to proceed with a charge that alleged a nutor vehicle had alcohol Li its Tne charge stated that a 21- year-old Clareshom, Aita., man on Dec. 7 "drove a mo- tor vehicle having corisumed alcohol in such quantity" that the amount o! alcohol in its hlocd exceeded the legal limit. There is no such offence known to criminal said Judee 'Why can't theve constables pet dangling participles o-.it of their kinds? Erij'i-.h tanzuage is fa t 3 relic to b2 frarTifed arji bung on the v.ail. Either v.-e shoj'rl the preter into the -Judge jLHtason warned he on the verge of quashing, and setting aside badly written charges. Judge refused to the pica of the accused and remanded tbe case for a dahl may help man to sop i viewing God in his own iirja.ge, with all its limitations. Dr. George Wald, p-trfessor of i biology at Harvard L'mversity j and a winner of the Nobel Prize in medicine, said he is con- j I vipced there is life elsewhere b j i the galazy, but doubts the 1 1 siiility of man contscting S T DELUXE SCOTCH PINE 123 tips. Complete with own siand. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 23'" NOEL 20 LIGHT MINI SET .57 20 tiny push-in bulbs in traditional colors. SET NOEL 35 LIGHT MINI SET Same above with 35 lighis. SET We have a good stock of I Die in ambush RANGOON, Burma 'Reliter) Eight soldiers were killed 1 and 11 injured when rebels am- j buste-d their truck in the Sard- j area, 2.VJ miles; njorth-.vfcst of here, the official I Working People's Daily re- ported. i TREE STANDS WREATHS GARLAND TINSEL TREE BALLS STREAMERS ICICLES TREE TOPS PLACE MATS NOMA REPLACEMENT BULBS We hove o complete stock of replace- j merit lamps for your indoor or outdoor light sets. We sell you the right lamps for every set made. r. quality, low price. Who says the twain shall not meet?