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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sotufioy, Dettmbtf 16, TW U1M6RIDOE HBAID 27 PUBLIC NOTICESi PUBLIC NOTICES I? NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME TENDERS 7 rudeau gotft last CHRISTMAS CARDS CHRISTMAS CARDS TENDERS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS s- _ Pas-ed away UETHERINGTOX Prev in thecitv on Saturdav, Decem- away or, Saturday, Deism- Mrs Olivia Mitel- ter K, 1872, Thomas i of 71 yea-s 8TEWAHT MacLEOD j defeat would result to OTTAWA i bclped make the "Singing Tree' I a success snd to wish all the i compliments of the season. LIDDELL, Mn. Sarsh Our sirjcere thanks to friends "If. as I think, the throne is followed by a new we will have seven or e.'gri't confidence motions in the first three weeks of the session. And if IjBwis votes with Trudeau on all of these, he's go- to look tick. His people won't stsrjd for it." e Conservatives will be a non-confidencs motion sainst the government on the day of throne speech debate, and the plan is to make it short and simple so the NDP find no technicsJ reasons to motion has been yei, but some are proposing that it e a condemning the goverrimerjt fcr its handlmg of j ploymeot or the economy. I VOTE FIRST But before this motion could xt a ote, the House normally vote on an a rnendjTierjt proposed by tte remember that the Liberals, similar position in Put color underfoot cro- DEPARTMENT Or INDIAN AFFAIRS AND TiQP.THERN CE TENDERS j-.; '.r.-t' Lf C- '-'Z1'' vs..-'.---- A" extended to us, and for fkwers arjd cards received in o'Jr be- reavemtnt in the loss of a be- j KUNIGISKIS Passed Ewav laved motbar and grandmother, j suddenly in Calaary on Thurs-; Vour will ahays i day, :'J72. Mr. 'Anthony, 'Tony; rC'-inisistiis, at beloved husbsrid of Mrs. Jessie Kunijh- ii; of A E.'entv.ood House. oe Barnbnck and farnib. i3% Born, raised ar.d educated'in Uthuariia, the late Mr. Kuriigisids came to Canada to So'jtrjern Alberta ir, 1K2. He CorL-.tnic-ticti. a.rd at the time of his passing was President Ken v- ginee- in partnerihip w; his MKKCEK We wish tjj con- vey sincere appreciation Or MBERTA DEPAR1WENT OF AfiO TPAflSfCRT PROVINCE Of AND he is sur-v'ived by tv.o sons. Al- ben ar.d Joseph of and seven grandchildren. Pray- ers will be said on Sundav at 7 p.m. in Martin TR.ADI- TIONAL 812 Srd Avenue S. Retjuiem ?.iass be rjeleora'eri on N'onday st a.m. in St. Patrick's Cath- olic Church, v.ith Rev. Father M. Gillis O.M.I, celebrant. In- terment will follow in the Motmt section of Moun tain Friends msy car their r'jsrxx-'.i Et Martin TKADfTIO.'.'AL CHAPEL ?12 Srd S. Phone BROS LTJJ Di- of Funeral Service. and heartfelt thanks to all our friends, neiffiibors and relatives for all their kindness, flowers and cards o: sympathy extend- ed to us during the recent pass- fr ing of our loved one. Special !o the Ladies of the Wil- his two son Siding and McNa'iy Dis- loving for the iurx-h ted to COJUI A Very Merry atd a Hippy atrf N't-w Year to all mv i relatives. God Bless you all. C-jmai EWING I wyid fcke 'o a Merr.- Qiristrnas and Hippv New Year. Fred Ewio? in th; f-jrra of o-jr UNICEF gi tileen, John, murxl. 1K2. supported a Social Credit chet rug in 4 colors', amendment on "debt-free J They might them- be inclired to 5 bit in supporting any amendment. Hov.-e-.-er." Mr. BaW- j i. "we couldn't support any- hjca that uould come back to SEVESTi'-FIVE CENTS !or ha-UTit us when we assume of-j each pattern cash, cheque j or money order. Ad3 15 cents Tne NTJP decide on its I for each' pattern for first-class initial strategy until its the Parliament The argument that 1be NDP j to keep the govern- It's all single crochet so even a beginner can rnahe this rain- bow rug ths'.'s sure !o win com- pliments. Pattern T37S: direc- tions for rog 30 36'' or 30 i 50" included. caucus mailing and special handling the new j to Alice Brooks, cars of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- 3S< power is based on the premise that the party's funds DEGNEGARD Due la ill- we wjj! cot be seniirig cards trrs and A Healthy New Year to ail our neig'ubors arid and Vera Degcegard. depleted WaEtSt0 THE HERALD and Jean Wasyiishen for their kind assistance. Mercer faniilv MeMVHON BeK wishes to ntigbio.-s and rel- arives for a Peaceful and Joy- ous Hrjlichy Season. and family or Korea1' in E- all our friends and neighbors. and Bijrchak and family 4257-lSh PRICE Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all immediate efec- there are many pol- if trie- Liberals were de- i featsd that Governor-General Michener would ask the Con- sen-atives to form a govern- ment. JV.VE IS EARLIEST Chief Electoral Officer Jean- impossible to organize an- other elecu'j-r. before nest June. One NDP member said that if he were satisfied that a govera- Readers Mail Limited m Front Street West Toronto 1. Ontario Pattern CHRISTMAS CARDS McADAM To all our friends j and relatives, a Merry Christ-' mas and E Happy New Year. famlr-. 42M-16 WTLKIE Co-litre as Greet- ings wisair.g a New Year to all Diane and girls. HATT -jr frier-ds hi Lethbridge and district. May the j Lord Bless You and Keep Yo-j j and the SpL-it of Christinas DLiring the Hcli-day Sea- -Llo-.-d Henrietta Hstt. C37 VAN WESTENBRL'GGE neighbors a very Merry Christ- mas aud Happy New Year. For unto you a is bom. and Mrs. Van GOODSTPJKEP. P Tnurviay. Derrerriher and A Happy r Marior: cards please. frieryis and SWEBISH V.'e noald like den BOON VTe would like to v.ish all our friends in the to extend a Ver.- Merr.- Christ- city, A Very Christmas mas and a Ha-ipy New Year to Ne-i- Year, No WJT relatives, custoan-erj. Gerrie den Fort Macieod Mest Processors Ltd. years. Kioco Born on the ano a-.veaisr. Gooostrixer, v.-ho j GVURICZA ail her in 1W5. a n d four Mrs. a Cnristmas Jamfes Happy seven Gyuricza S. 'Ii-ere; all ojj- e. Rese-.-e. relat', i Mr. an'j Witzee -I- DeGainrA'-.s 44 two d arxl Fred s Katie Healy, and a 'Year to relatives. af-d lAuise V.'fjif Predeceased and ncirnbors. REJECTS APPEAL OTTAWA (CP) A Si-year- old Maritimer who allegedly commandeered s Q'jebecair je'. at rifle point in Wabush. Nfld.. Tnursday has become the first person charged under recent ji amendments to the Criminal 'p-emie Pension man to visit B.C. A representative of the Can- ada Penaoa Plan office in Leinbridge will visit southeast- ern British Columbia centres Dec. 18 through Dec. 21. R. F. Vtney w-Ul be available !n questions concerning the Canada Pension Plan, old a ?e security and the guar- anteed income supplement and j to help persons who are now or may soon be eligible to receive benefits from the plans in filing applications, Mr. be available for personal interviews at the Sparwocd TO'AU Hall from a.m. to a.m. Dec. 18: at MOOP.E Mav and THOUSANDS FLED THINA HONG KO.'ir;