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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 LETHGEiOGf HERAIO Dceembsr 27, 1977 TRUDY BIRTH SI.INGKRl.AND Andy and Xita are proixi to announce [h? arrival of their baby arl Marian Karon Horn on Chrij'.- ma3 day Proud gir.rdpsr- fits ari Mr. and Mrs (.Jerril DEATHS llAI.VOIi.SON Margaret DEATHS MKKOIANT Mona M., >i" Nermscam. a'.vay in the city on Tu- the ciiy on Saturday, December '2iith, 1572. at at the ape Ihe age years, b-eloved years. bclov.Ki uife of or Xemiscanl. v.ife of Bernard HOT nth St. s. Wiegrnan of Fort Mactexl and Funeral services will be held in lodgements nil! Mr. and Mrs. C. Slingerland Sr o: Diamor.d Citv DEATHS BRENNEN Ma phuie. a1.1. :v." in Vari er on Morxtay, DtcerniA-r a'. ago o- 7'; of John R Bren- ner, of irnh St. S FuueraS arrangemeriU '.viil annoLtn- ced comoletel CHRIS- TENSES' SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD in charge of ar- rangements. the Christensen Chapel '327 10th ST. S. on Thursday, December 28th at p.m.. with Rev Keith Churchill ofiiciatin '.vill follow ir Cemelerv. CHRIS- TE.NSEN' SALMON Fl'.N'ERAL HOME LTD Directors of Fu- neral Service. Merchant ot Funeral ar- >e announced when completed. CHKISTEN- S E X SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of ar- In- rangemen'.s. ;he Bl'TLKR Georso W., ed sv.-sy ir. on Sun- day. December 2ith. 1972 at the age of 97 years, ed band of Ella Butler Cartis'.on. Funeral sor.icw v. ili be held in ir.e Cisreshoim LDS Chapel on Thursdsy. Dtcc-m- ber 23th at 1 p.m.. Bis hep Ray Chauerton officlatir.s. Ir.. termeru will follow in the Card- ston Cerr.etery. F'ricnds may meet the family and pay tr.eir respects from 32 nor.n prior to the Service in the Church or Ciaresholm. CHRISTENSEN SALMON' FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Director; o: S---r- SPAR1IAM Parsed away in the city on Saturday. Decem- ber follov.ina a brief illness. Miss Ella Ben-.ice Sparham at the age of .38 ears the Golden Acres Ledge. Tne funeral service will be held on Thursday at 1 p rn. m Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, v.ilh Rev. R. L. C'is- 'ie'd officiatinc. Interment will ioltoiv in the family plot. Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends tsr.'Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL 7M !3 N.. phone 3M- MARTIN BROS LTD Di- i-ee'o-s 01 Funerai Service. Cti 261 _ Passed away in Kingston on Saturday. Decem- ber 23. Mr. Herbert Geo- vse Hills at the age of 7-i years, of Milk River. of Ihe lale Mrs. Mar- ie Hilis ar.d lather of Mr. George HilLs of Kingston. The funeral service will be held on Friay at a.m. in St. Paul's United Church Milk River, with Rev. Graham Dickie official-; _ Requiem mass ing. Interment will follow in tne John Rohert simpson. who Milk River Cemetery MARTIN r rv.c Wa5 al BROS. LTD. Di.-cct'ors of the Funeral Service C6262 "I'm too tired to argue, Trudy coiildn'l we just reminisce about old FUNERALS WOOD Passed av.av in Ihe a.m. Saturday. 1972. in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church. Pincher Creek, with Rev. M. Hagel the ce'etarant. Pa'lbc-arers w e re :chi! Llewellyn. pASsed away in Card ston on Saturday. December 23rd. 1972 at the age of 32 years, bciwed husband of Mrs. Grace liams Cardston, Mr V.'ii- liams was in Lea'.'itt on September 13th. has lived in the Cardston District all his life. He in the Leavitt district until when he retired and moved to Card- ston, where he resided ur.yi time of his passing. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife. Grace: two sons. Heber of Cardstori and Gospel both in Rex of Calgary; five ?rtrs. Net! .'atsor. of Lethfcridge. and 15 grar.dchil- dren. He was predeceased by one son, Gordon in al ser.ices v.ill ce held ir. the Cardston Fourth V.'arri LDS Chapel fSouth Hill) or, '.Vwlr.es- day, December 27th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Reed Zemp official-' ing. Intermeat will follow ir. the Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from I p.m. prio" to the service ir. the Relief So- av.ay sud- ccmly a', the residence c-n Sun- day.' December 24. 1972. Mr. Har.ie at the age of fA gloved husband of. Mrs. kat-enr.e Harvie or Picture P.utte. in Taber. late Mr. Har.ie was raised and educated in the Retlavr Dis- trict. He wi-.h the L.N.I.D. for 37 years at Iron Springs arii Picture Buue and residerj ti'ere at tr.e time of his pass- the late Mr. Wiliiam Born in Kincardinshire. Scotland, the late Mrs. V.'ocd came to Lethbridge m March Sr.e v.as nredeceasefl by husband in and is survived by three daughters. Mrs. A. E. 'Myra> Blais. Mrs. A. E. Bettv i Dcwscn of Lethbridge. "Mrs. K. M. fNan) Sparks of High River: 11 grand- children and seven gveat-grar.d- child-en. The funeral service will be on Friday at i p.m. in Martin Bras. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 3rd Avenue S. In- j terment will follow in the fam- Home I.'d.. Pincher Creek. Di- recto's o: Service, was in ehai-je of the arrangements. ine. Besides his loving wife he ily plot Mountain View Cerr.e- is survived by two sor-i. Mr. ten'. MARTIN BROS. G. Hanie of Stettier, Directors of the Fur.eral Ser- Menyn Mr. barld .1. Hanie of Red Deer: two daughters, Mrs. W. i Roberta' Larson of Leth- br.dse. Mrs. F. 'Rosella) of nine in Coaldale on Decem- hildren: four Mrs. i ber 2-i. a lerigthy Smith ar.d Mrs. As-.es illness, Mrs. Catherine Fur.era! ser.ice for Elnora Marian Gietz. who died Dec. 18. 1972. was held at p.m. Tr.urs.day, Dec. 21. in the Pincher Creek Per.ecost- al Pinoher Creek. v.ith Rev, V. Munshaw officiating, assisted by Rev. G Reimer. were Gordon Buf- falo. Alfred Bensler. Robert He'ni. Wilbur Lara. Terrv John Reed. Ir.tf-r- ment in eter.'. FLden s Funeral Home _ -jLtd.. Pincr.er Creek. Directors of Fur.era: Sei-.ice. was in of ibe MANTLER Passed a') Australia, Mrs. Lsabeli Dun 1 o p and Mrs. Muncey of VaricouveT; four brothers. John. AJ'an. Tim ar.ri I-eslie Har.ie si; of Vsr.cou-.er, Tne funeral held on P'nday at p.m. in the First Ur.i'ed Church, with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment will fol- lov; m Mew Cem- Friends may pay their CARD OF THANKS MAS SON sincerely thank aii our friends who called and for tbeir many acts of kind- ler at the age of 79 vcars be- ness ir, the passing of our friend loved wife of the iate" Mr. Hen- David M. Kiefer to all who ry Manlier. Bom in Russia the xvf- !vA lo home. late Mrs. Manlier carr.e first Masson and famiK. to Sask. in 1925 ar.d then moved v, CoaWaie in VOR.'. She is survived oy three i and John of "Coaidale. Ed 1 of Lethb.idse: daughters, I Mrs. P. Helen i Vcrgt. of Van-] couver. Mrs. J. 'Ermai and Mrs A. 'Tenai Tniessen, 4791 at Martin Bros. ME- both of Coa'dale: 22 grandchil- MOPJAL CHAPEL. 70S 13 St. dren and eight great-grandchil- BROS MARTIN BROS LTD.. Di- rectors of the Funeral Service .McINTYRE Passed away dren. She was by her husband m 1K1 by three Tne funeral service will be held on Thursday A 2 p.m. in tne Coaldale Mennonite NEW YEAR'S CARDS GANGLK-To ail our friends, relatives and customers Very Happy and Prosyxn-ous N w Year. snd Darier.e CI5237-27 SHEMA.VCHL'K Season's Greetir.gs a-rid thxi Very Best in V.m, to all our frierxis and neigh- Mrs. ciety Room of the church. n f. zve Of 92 vears. of CHRISTENS EN SALMON FU- St. B" S., beloved wife of the NERAL LTD., Directors Iat.e Mr. Hecti the: citv on Saturday, [jecem- Cmferer.ce Church, with Re-.-. 23. 1972, ioilowins'a lensthy Peter Rttzlaf! officiating. Imer .Mar1.' .'.iclrr.yre at joe. J Ronald. of Funeral Ser.ice. PUBLIC NCDTJCES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS 'HI foilvA' in the Frier.d.s may pay As at the Church 5: Donald ?.JcIn- one p.m. until just prior to j Mrs. Me I ri tyre service. Tnose vho wish may; to Ihe j Trust Bldg. BROS. LTD.. Direct- THOMSON, i 1 latft Mr. tyre. The late in Oritario, Grey County s.irJ came a bride to Ciare-jhriim in March They to Barcn.-, in and there until time she nwrrri to ?ft, 'Ahfifa she re- untii her She her loving hij.'S- hsnd in and- survivors in- elude Mrs. Larson of T. 'J RaUray r. Aus'.in arid Eler.f.or of IN MEMORIAM TSCIfRITTER In lo By t.ATKA Herald Nnus Sr% ice SPARV.'OOD The Fernie Memorial Hospital board has beren fo-" SO'.ns ahead v.ith not ap- proved by the East Koo'enay Hospital District, A delegation of three. by chairman Mike Slavens. told recently that h-e henceforth. Although the EKRHD approv- ed the projects which had been set in motion by the hospital hoard, it also hacked its ad- ministrator in referrng matter hack to it. It was at the EKRHD's request that the hos- pital board delegation appear- At the Oct 1Z meeting the EKRHD had delegated admini- strator Frank Bertoia to give approval or on additional expenditures proposed for the Tjev." Fernie hospital. Tne B.C. Hospital Insurance Service. U had been informed, j consider additional for up to Mr. told the EKRHD the contractor for the hospital had his hoard that costs i '.voulcj up snarplv if any tha n ge order 5 ca rne i n a t i N'ov. 27, Therefore, when ad- ministraior R. Williara.1; gol 1 telephonfi confirmation Xov. 27 of BCHIS's approval on addi- tions. he had the architect i order the charizes approved. Mr. Slavens said that the I miriisrrator felt that, since Mr. Bertoia had rnvie no objection j so far. although he fully I informed of all projects pro- posed, there uoud be none from him. When Mr. Bertoia found change orders had been given, three days hxrfore he writ- ten confirmation of BCHIS ap- proval and more than a v.eek before he had planned a meet- ing with Mr. Williams, which Mr WJiliams found later he could not attend, he withheld his approval and referred the dc-ci- The F.KHIJD unanimous FUNERAL .UJAM5 Funeral for Patntfc Adam.s. who ierf Dec. lo. at 2 in St. Anglican Church, Pinchor R x-srers v, f; r e u n fta v rno r.ri Ciir.t e pi! j is r t' s vn Link. yrand- who _ I December 27. r in its directive that the proper remembered by the j channels and regulations fol- Bunon family. j lowed in future by the Ffernie W32' board. Kremlin optimistic about world's future MOSCOW fAPi The official agency an optirni.-uc Tueviay of Intimations] in ed t h a f. ,Vj- had im- proved, that p-irty fifeznnev said m'jfh v.iIt on endirs; the in mentioned the nu- r; I e r I i mi tat Us Iks on arrr.-: arxl for co-opx-r- n the- L'nior.. and THE WIND-UP VEHICLE Part 2 SlflFJ.OS, lncisn Tommy ha.- the up for I raking for a nev, may rx: on the A at .fcj'j 'arxvut 3 than half thr: of "I Flicharri- said. Do your competitors a favor- you be delighted if your competitors stopped newspaper advertising leaving the field wide open for you? The greatest favor you can do your competitor is to stop your advertising in The Lethbridge Herald. Successful retailers just don't abandon their newspaper ad- vantage to competitors for even a week. Advertising in The Lelhbridge Herald gives you an advantage you get in NO OTHER form of advertising. Your sales message goes straight to your BEST prospects! They're the people who voluntarily look for your ad daily in The f Lethbridge Herald. So if you want to do your competitors a favor, stop adver- tising in Tlie Lethbridge Herald. They will get more than their share of the business coming into your market ploce, Don't You Wish They'd Do it For You? In The Lelhbridge Herald You Are There Selling The Southern Alberta Market! Dial 328-4411 For a Display Advertising Representative October 1972 Net Paid Daily Circulation The Lethlmdge Herald ''Scnw Sonih" ;