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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THI LITHIJtiOGE HERALD Wednesday, December 27, TRUDY BIRTH DEATHS DEATHS SLEVGERLAND Andy and HALVORSON -Margaret MERCHANT Mona M., Nita are proud to announce the Vivian, of Nemiscam, passed j passed away in the city on Tu- ar rival of their baby girl away in the city on Saturday, I esday. December 26th, 1972. at Marian Karen born on Christ- December 23rd, 1972 at the age the ape of 34 years, beloved mas day 1972. Proud grandpar- of 54 years, beloved wife of wife of Bernard Merchant of ents a-e Mr.' and Mrs. Gerriti Selmer Hsivcrson of Nemiscam. 1407 13th St. S. Funeral ar- Wiegman of Fort Macieod and i Funeral services will be held in rangements will be announced Mr. and Mrs. C. Siingeriacd Sr. the Christensen Chapel (327 10th j when completed- CHRISTEN- ot iamond City. BRENNEN 4315 Jose- i St. S.) on Thursday. December] SEN SALMON 'FUNERAL i 28th at p.m.. with Rev. HOME LTD., in charge of ar- I Keith Churchill officiating. In- 1 raugemeras. i ierment will follow in the j C6261 Archmount Cerneterv. CHRIS- i TEXSEN SALMON FUNERAL: HILLS Passed away in HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- Kingston on Saturday. Decem- phase, passed away m v ancouv-; er on Monday, December 25th. 1972. at the "age of 70 beloved wife of John R. Bren- nen of 802 i9ih S. Funeral' arrangements will be neral Service. SPARHAM Passed away ber 23, 1972, Mr. Herbert Geo- C6259: rge Hills at the age of 74 j years, of Milk River, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mar- ie Hills and father of Mr. George Hills of Kingston. The too tired to argue, Trudy couldn't we just reminisce about old HOME LTD.. in rangements. ber 23. 1972. following a brief i Miss Ella! Sparham I at the age of 381 funeral on Church Graham Dickie official- FUNERALS _. _0_ i SDIPSO.V Requiem mass C6260 years of the Golden Acres j Interment will wllow m toe j for John Robert Simpson, who. Lccge. The funeral service will! MARTEN i 2i. 1972. u-as said at: Directors or a_m_ Saturday. Dec. 23. BUTLER George W.. be held on Thursday at 1 p.m. i BROS LTD. Di cd away in Carcston on Sun-! in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL i Fmeral Service. day. December 24th. 1972 at the CHAPEL, with Rev. R. L. Cos- j age of 97 years, beloved bus-: field officiating. Interment band 11972. in St. Michael's Roman C6-62 i Catholic Church. P i n c h e r j Creek, v.ith Rev. M. Hagel the be Chapel on Thursday. Decem- nn Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- ber 23tb at l p.m.. with Bishop1'EL. 703 13 St. N.. phone 328- Ray Charter-ton officiating. In-, 2261. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Di- termed will follow in the Card-; rectors of the Funeral Service. w .-Jrs. Heien Souter Wood at tne David John simsson. In- age pi 92 years 01 the Emtn tennent was tbe Caved pursing Home beloved jCameterV- Funeral WITS 01 tne late Mr. William Wood. Bom in Kincardinshire. Scotland, the late Mrs. Wood cb d arrangements. cane to Lethondge in Marcs: _____ away sud- 1913. She was predeceased by i C62S4 stoQ Cemetery-'. Friends meet the family and pay their respects from 12 nocn prior to the Service in the Chur Ciareshoim. CHRISTENSET SALMON" FUNEI LTD., Directors of vice. Llewellyn. Mr. Harvie was raised aad cbildrea and seven great-grand-1 passed away in Cartiston on j educated in the Reclaw Dis- children. Tbe funeral service} Saturday. December 23rd. 1972 j trict. He was with the L.N.I.D. i will be held on Friday at 1 p.m.' for 37 years at Iron Springs i in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL ,sinetery. ixj-es Home Ltd.. Pincher Greet. Di- i rectovs of Funeral Service, was GIETZ Funeral senlce for i reprimanded By MOLLY LATKA Herald News Srvice SPAPLWOOD Fernie Memorial Hospital board has been reprimanded for going ahead v.ith work not yet ap- proved by the East Kootenay Regional Hospital District. A" delegation of three. led by chairman Mike Slavens. was that regulations henceforth. .gh the EKRHD approv- which had been the hospital backed its ad- referrne the Hehl. WUbur Lang at the age of 32 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Grace and Picture Butte and resided CHAPEL, 312 3rd Avenue S. In- j John liams of Cardston. Mr. "vvU-; there at the time of his pass- i tennent win follow in the ram- j -m Hams was bcm in Lesvit: September 13th. 1890 a lived in the Cardston D: aH his life. Hs farmed Leavitt district until i960 he retired and moved to Card-! (Roberta) Larson _ _ recraest that the bos- falo. Bensier, board aelegation appear- ing, Reed. Inter- At the Oct. meeting the where he resided until the I bridge, Mrs. F. (RoseEa) Sno MANTLER Passed away time of bis passing. He leaves pek of Calgary; nine grand-1 in Coaidale on Sunday, Decem- MA to mourn Ms passing besides children: four sisters. Mrs. j ber 24, 1S72, following a lengthy j thank (Mabel) Elmer of Olds. Mrs. Allan. "Willie (Margaret) Woo of Leth- all of Tim and Leslie Harvie j to Gumsey, Sask. in 1925 and Vancouver. The ruueraJ I then moved to Coakiale in Tne B.C. Hospital Insurance CARD OF THANKS j Service, it_had 'been informed, MASSON would consider additional costs., friends rao called I for upgrading, up to 1 Mr. Slavens told the EKRHD hospital costs any after 4792 i Nov. 27. Therefore, when ad- ministrator R. Williams got telephone confirmation Nov. 27 relatives and customers a Verv dretu He was predeceased byiiow Mountain Cem-! couver. Mrs. J. CErmai Dycfc Mr. Slavens said that the ad- j Happy and Prosperous New ministrator felt that, since Mr. Eertoia had made no objection Dariece. Chapel (South Hill) on iLARttN BROS. LTD.. Di-; cren. She was predeceased by day, December 27th at 2 p.m., j rectors of the Funeral Service. I her husband in 1951 and by Bishop Reed Zemp official- j C8263 i three sons. Tne funeral service ing. Interment will follow in the j Leavitt Cemetery. Friends may C6237-27 will be held on Thursday at 2 McINTYRE Passed away j p.m. in the Coaldale Meanonite SHEMA.VCHUK Seasons Greetings aad the Very Best in 1-773 to aD our frieDds and neign- DOTS. Clara AUa-n and Ronald. so far. although he "K-as fully informed of all projects pro- posed, there woud be none from him. When Mr. Bertoia found the change orders cad been given, three days before he got writ- ten confirmation of BCHTS ap- ciety Room of fee dnirch. the ase of 92 vears. of 1019-12 Cemetery. Friecds may pay CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- j st. B" S.3 beloved wife of the I their respects at the Church at j NERAL HOME LTD., Directors late Mr. Hectw Donald Mcln- i one p.m. until just prior to the j of Funeral Service. tyre. The late Mrs. Mclntyre service. Those who wish may i C5257 i was bcm in Maxwell, donate to the Canadian Cancer >n. !Grev Counts- and came as a Society. 409-Casada Bldg: PUBLIC NOTICES to Oireshoim in March I MARTIN BROS. LTD., _Direct- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Akirs. A t AND CLAIMANTS IS10. Thev moved to Barons in i ors of the Funeral Service, there l949 C5287 [Lethbridge, where she has re- 1 She was j htis- 1 FUNERAL proval and more than a before he had planned a nieet- IN MEMORIAM JMr. Wiilia'ms found later he TSCHRITTER In loving could not attecd: se withheld his memory of a dear mother, i approval and referred tbe deci- grandinKher gnd great back to tce board. mother. Etael Tschrkter, who Tne EKRHD was unanimous r assed away December 27. 1964. in its directive that tbe proper remembered by the i channels and regulations be fol- Burton family. j lowed in future by the Fernie 4812' board. Funeral service y Adams, who was heid at p.m. Tuesdav. Dec. 19. A.D. T573, of hriricro haro rrf i T T- thcir claims of by Ot m gt jonil-s Anglican ioncge ana hector of Barons, j church, Pincher wirfa i 1VE5, OFFET CARLTON i three srandchiidren. Mrs. Leona P i MOSCOW (AP) The official Krasikov observed that So- _-.-, __ iiiAlriii m. I -_, P.O. Sox nf VJavne i 0 Soviet news agency Tass gave i viet-American relations oad im- Kremlin optimistic about world's future 354 TMt UeTHSSlCXSE, Solicitors for i Lewis of Oaresbolm, Wayne j Honorary pallbearers were Mclntyre of Sarons, Lorna Me-: Fred Huddlestun, 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. COUNTY OF NO. 16 Ir.vftaft'on fc for ffw sucoiy z' 'rfix'fs as T'AiC .f2; Tr'jc'xz ATYTTTAViT PTT "OVT O1O wirh grave.1 bcxss trd heists I liWiNAJL rfu f3> haif ur.jfs: 3 Avenue S asd iriterment (1) Van sr CrW plflt fcr tain View Cemetery. Friends I may pav their respects at Mar- i i tin Eros. TRADITIONAL CHA- j PEL, 312 3 Avenue S.. phone 323- Tt is the family's request! i that flowers be gratefully de- i j clined. BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Ser-' vice. i Inryre of EdBionton, and four i TSain jIcClel. laiid, Paul Pauisen and Clint i grest-graosichildren. srd one I sister Mrs. Anrde Pooie of Col- jlingwood, totario. The funer- j al sendee will be beid on Thurs- I ac optimistic review Tuesday of i proved, but reminded that party international relations in 1S72 i leader Leonid Brezhnev said and said ths "has made a much depend on ending the .Active (Step toward building a better ;war in Vietnam. Biankind." j Krasikov mentioned the nu- J': The Tass commentarv Clifford George! by I c 1 e a r -weapons limitations cf Wfioe )3th Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Directors of Fu- w. PUBLIC WARMNG LONDON f CP pinned on a vioiin-{ ker in Kensington: "If music be geroua tensions m G52SI the food of Jove, move on." j areas of the world." i space exploration and other; le mentioning Vietnam fields. i and the Middle East as Re also sav; reason for optim- ceptions. the report said Wil ism in tbe improvement of relg- -scould go down in history "as I tions between East and West jtbe year of important diplo- j Germany arxj said: "The dipio- Card; made initiatives aimed at mark; blockade of the Socialist (laying bus- 1 liquidation of the seats of dan- 1 German state has been ulti- FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE THE WIND-UP VEHICLE Part 2 different mateiy i He noted- that preparations for a European security confer- i I ence have started in Helsinki. with "all grounds to expect the j ail-European conference will i i start not later than bv 1973." mid- POP MUSIC PIPES NORTH SHIELDS, England I'CPj Electrician Tommy Richardson has put the wind up i Britain's bagpipe piayers. He's i invented electrically-operated i bagpipes, designed for pop I groups looking for a new sound. j The pipes may soon be on the J market at Cabout a set, less than half the price of con- ventional ones. "I think they I have great Richard- ion said. Do your competitors a favor- STOP YOUR ADVERTISING! Wouldn't 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 lefhbridge 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 Lethbridge Herald. So if you want to do your competitors a favor, stop adver- tising In TVte Lethbridge Herald. They get more than their share of the business coming into your market place. Don't You Wish They'd Do It For You? In The Lethbridge Herald You Are There Selling The Southern Alberta Market! Dial 328-4411 For a Display Advertising Representative October 1972 Net Paid Daily Circulation The Lethbridge Herald "Serves the South" ;