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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -ii iir-i-r ____ ___ -1 1S) i 1 1 JQirtks, Jjeaths, J-unerals, Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Fred Ewing. 4799 DOOLITTLE We wish all our friends and relatives a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Wayne, Sandra, Jay and Gay Daolittle 477148 BLANCHARD I wish my many friends and relatives a Merry Cliristmas and Happy New Year. Vi Blanchard. 4731-18 COYNE We wish our many friends and relatives a Very Merry Chris! mas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Len and Ollie. 4793-2411 LASTl'KA For Christmas and New Year's A Hearty wish r.nd most sincere greetings to all my relatives and friends. Eva Lastuka. 4792 NAGY We would like to wish all our friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We will not be sending out Christmas cards this year. and Julia Nagy. and Gordon. negligence in escape PONOKA (CPi There "no question of negligence c the part of staff" in the escar of Paul Joseph Cini, charge with the hijacking of an A Canada Jet, says Adin Sta ford, acting administrator of mental hospital. Cini. 27. who was remandc for psychiatric examination the Alberta Hospital, escape on Sund.-y lull was capture abmit two hours later by 11 RCMP who found him along a nearby highway in sul zero weather. The hospital conducted an IT Icrnal invesligation inio the c, cape. Dr. J. M. Byers, medial si perinlcndenl had said earlie flirt the escape was "nothin out of the ordinary" stressln that his inslitution is a bosp tal not a jail. regulations to be changed OTTAWA (CP) Without going into details, Prime Minister Trudeau said today the government plans to change immigration regulations to clamp down on the smuggling of aliens through Canada to the U.S. There have been recent newspaper reports that Canada has been used as a staging area for getting aliens into the U.S. In the Commons today. Gerald W. Baldwin Peace River) asked whether the weaknesses in Canadian immigration laws would be eliminated lo prevent such smuggling. Yes, said Mr. Trudeau. The government was giving serious consideration to bringing in o new stalute, but the exact legislative process had not yet been In loving memory of a dear husband and father, n James Fudge, who passed away December Time was your heart, your actions kind. Your life a pattern to those left behind. Gone are the days we used to share, But in our hearts you are always there. remembered by his wife and family. W7arm wishes to our friends and relatives for the merriest and mcst marvelous Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Joyce and Reno Lizzi and family 4855 LONDEAU A Very Merry Cliristmas and a Happy New Year lo all our relatives, friends and neighbors. Elaine, Raymond, Darren. Kennel hand Bradley Londeau. 4840 BELL To all our friends and relatives we wish a Very Merry Christmas and may your blessings be many in 1972. Phyl, Brian, Lindsay and Lauren Bell. 4841 KATAN To all our relatives, friends and neighbors, a Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. and Esther Katan. 4819-24h LAZARUK A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, lo all our relalives, friends and neighbors. Rella. Darrell, Ronda. 4820-20 THOMPSON To all our friends and relatives, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Bernie and familv. 4821 BOWES To all our friends and relatives, a Merry Cliristmas and a Happy New Year. and Gayle. 4822 ARMITT To all our friends, neighbors and relatives in Lethbridge and area, A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. In lieu of cards we are giving a donation to SI. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Mary Armitt and George 4823 MOR1YAMA Seasons greetings and best wishes for the new year to all our relatives, friends and neighbors. Sharon and girls. In loving mem-orv of a dear husband, father anil grandfather, Robert Lawson, who passed away December 19, 1970. They say that time will ease Ihe pain, and help us lo forget, But time so far has only shown, how much we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, the tilings von used to do, 'miss the happy times we had, but mostly we miss Here's A I UNIQUE I CHRISTMAS GIFT JBJJJ f i Shopping Problems! 1 "BETTER WAYS TO SUCCESSFUL GARDENING" IN WESTERN CANADA by ISABELLE R. YOUNG and CHARLES YOUNG j> Featuring: v 326 DCtdSS flf 1 Bel m- useful information (ninlnUtlSjH -Conditioning plants to surviva 1 X -f W 'V doles and soil "V''llHMM Indoors and Outdoors j -Greenhouses and Cold Frames y -House Plants and Gift Plants i H A Must For The Beginner j v Revelation for the Experienced N ntMt UrtirM tend lo cover mailing I I and handlmg. FUNERALS LE.U1RE Concelebrated requiem mass for Hector Annan Lemire, beloved husband of Mrs. Florence Lemire of Cow-ley who died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1971, at the age of 67 years, was held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, 1971. in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Cow-ley, with interment following in the Cowley Cemetery. Pallbearers were Rene Diamond, Keith Hertz. Jerry Thibert, Floris and Marcel Leinire and Gordon Ixjskosky. Honorary pallbearers were Michael Elton, Gordon Johnson. Ed Murphy, Jim Smyth, Jim McKay, .John Rdward Perec-vault and Arthur Tustian. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pinchcr Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. E1KORD Funeral service foi Mam Joseph Eiford, who died in the city Friday, Dec. 30, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 81 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14, 19T1. in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. E. B. Anderson officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Walter N'olson, Hairy Kiffiak, Nick Poberznick, Jack Remple, Isador Harnga, Tony Follinglo, Paul Flicking-er, Dick Bailie, Johnny Amlin, Keilh Collins, Fred Wutzkc, Carl Nelson, John Filatoff, Herb Kiilin, Ncolin Newton, Bob Bailie and John Unrnii. Interment was lo bo a' Rockuood, Penn. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the his wife Leon; Ernie, Karen and family; Marie, Myron and family: Sliar-lene, Larry and family. 4808 HOFMAN In loving memory of our beloved son, brother and grandson, David William, who passed away December 18, 1969. Somewhere beyond the sunset where happiness never dies. You dwell in God's beautiful garden, amid the blue and gold of the skies. If steps could be made from heartaches, by adding teardrops too. We would build a stairway to Heaven, and climb il everyday for you. Precious forever, are memories of you today, tomorrow, and all life through. loved, and sadly missed hy dad, mom, Kirk, Jimmy and grandpa. and WPLDE To all our friends and relatives a Ver, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Mrs. Howard Pier-son Shannon, Shaughnessy; Sharon and Shannon Wilde, Shaughnessy. 4795 PETRANECII George and Grace Pctranech of Golden Acres Ixxlge would like lo wish all (heir relations and dear friends of Lethbridge and Coal-dale, a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 4794 ASPLUNI) We wish you all the long-lasting happiness of an old-fashioned Christmas shared with family and friends. Merry Cliristmas and Happy New Year. Warren, Pat and Sharla Aspliind. 4791 MACKAY Wishing all my friends in the south a Merry Clirislmas and a Happy Year, since I am unable lo write each one of you individual-And may affections gentle charm. Like guardian angels light your way. Guide you and shield you, From all harm, Is my fond wish for you each dav. llacKay. 4732-18 rXK.MPLOYMKXT DROPS LONDON (Roulcr) Unemployment in Britain dropped this month for lire first lime since last .June. The department of employment said Ihe of jobless this nicnth dropped by In 1 four per con! of the work force. However, it was slill the highest December figure in 25 We wish to sincerely thank our many friends ami relatives for the kindness shown to our dear brother. Paul, during his lengthy and trying illness. To the staff of the Auxiliary Hospital for making his stay while there so happy, and to ibe slaff and management of Ihe Edith Cavcll Nursing Home for Irying lo make his lasl days pleasant and comfortable. Then our thanks to our many friends for being so kind to us at this trying time, for the many personal calls, cards, phone calls and flowers received which were so very much appreciated: our thnnks lo Rev. R. W. Elliott for Ihe most comforting message. Our appreciation also to the pallbearers who so kindly assisted. To our dear friends Tony and Paula Demory, for their devoted kindness shown to Nellie, while in Ihe cily, mir deep appreciation. Bollum, Kenneth Bollum; Mildred Ixmz and family: Francis Munro. CARDS SPENCE A Merry Cliristmas and Happy New Year to all mir friends and relatives. Phyllis, George, Charlene irmi Wayne. 4790-Mll ROLL1NGSON Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rollingson wish their friends and relatives Season's Greetings. 4805 LINK To our friends and relalives, a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. and Eva Link. We wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all mir friends and relatives. Nick and Vcdnicde-chuk. We would like lo wish all our neighbors ,-.iid friends in the city and district a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. .and Mrs. Andrew Harsany. Seaway fo close OTTAWA (Cl'i The Montreal-Lake Ontario of the St. Lawrence will close for llw season on To all our relatives, friends and neighbors, a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Tony, Marcy, Laurie and Lisa Prosk. ;