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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 IH5 IETHBRIDCE HEBAtO Tlwiday, Cetembt, 28, 197J '0 GARDENING 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TRUDY DEATHS DEATH LITTLE -MAN Wider) KASNEK Keinhold, pass- Passed away on Saturday, DC- ctl in the city on Wed- cctnbcr 23. 1972, Louise, aped 27th, 1972, at 3G years, beloved sister ct Joe the- age of 89 years, Moved fa- Crow Spreads His Wings of the' of Clarence Kasner of Blood Reserve. The funeral scr-; Lethbrdgo. Funeral vicc was hold in St. Catherine's; merits mil be announced when Roman Catholic Church, Stand- 'completed. CHIUSTENSEN off on Thursday I today) at SALMON' FUNERAL HOME a.m.. Rev. J. Rognier offi- ciated. Interment in Standoff Cometery. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C6202 LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C'6291 It was always difficult not to call him ''Mike' By STEWART MacLEOD "God, look at said the OTTAWA (CP) As a re-; prime minister. "This is ridicu- sleeved prime minister was there to help. But he didn't need to. His of- "There's no need for you to stay in all day, Trudy why don't you go outside and wash the Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DOWERSOCK Passed away suddenly on Wednesday, December 27. 1072, Donald Nor- man Bowersock, aged 13 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowersock of Pincher Creek. Born and raised in Pincher Creek, he was a stu- dent at Matthew Halton High School at the time of his death. Besides his parents, he is sur- i vived by three brothers, Elaine i cf Rockj- Mountain House. Allan ar.d Gar.- and three sis- jters, Mrs. J. (Bonnie) Mitchell, i Susan and Cheryl; his grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bowerscck and Mrs. Myrtle WiLscn. all of Pinchsr The funeral service v.ill h? held in the Pincher Creek United Church on Friday at p.m.. Rev. R. Piitman officiating. In- I terment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Pir.cher Creek Minor Baseball .Association, care FUNERALS WILLIAMS Funeral service .ey Llewellyn Williams, for beloved husband of Mrs. Grace of Cardston who died there Saturday, Dec. 23, 1972, at ths age of 82 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Dec. 27. I'jn. in the Cardston Fourth Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, South Hill, officia- tine. E'allbc-irers were Wayne Arc-hie, Deloy and Ray Leav- itt. B. Walburger and Byron Smith. Interment was in the Leavitt Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors cf Funeral Service, in charge of the arrange- msnls. porter, travelling throughoutlous, staying up this late just to Canada with then prime minis-i meet me." fer unle-'licd enough security ter Lester Pearson, it required i "And I suppose they'll make i enthusiasm to lift the entire ho- ccnstant lip-biting to refrain me v.ear one of those damn i tel from calling him "Mike." In, hats." 1 Mr. Pearson said. the light-hearted bantering that They did, and he smiled as he headed for bed. often occurred on his aircraft.; gamely. He never did like big recep- j 'Mr. Prime Minister" just; didn't seem natural to him. committees. The only thing when his wife, Marycn, was that made him appear more un- told of this constant concern, j comfortable were those embroi- sne assured the reporter: dercd introductions he would "Don't worry about it, he sometimes hear about himself, j wouldn't even notice." mo UKAKT. FKW FACTS Away from the daily pres- sures of his East Block office, Mr. Pearson was a reporters': Pearson, relaxing -with a'drink deLght-a relaxed, modest man 'm his plane, referred to him as who would frequently drop being "big in heart, but small down on t.no next aircraft in P filler n After one particularly flowery i one by a chic official, Mr LEAVITT Funeral for Elden H. Leavitt, beloved husband of Mrs. Ardath Leavitt, hjra on ally let his face break into that boy- ish grin, and regale you with stories from the past. They were invariably light- hearted stories, and he was jus! invariably the butt of his CV.TI jokes. Then he would re- his book, return to hu seat, and go on reading. DEMANDS FEW To get his wit, one had to lis- ten closely. His host remark were rr.ere thoughts that happened to find their way into quiet words. Returning from Washington one night. Mr. Pearson was re- calling his -tsrlier-in-the-dsy talks with president Eiseri- ho'.ver. He was generally satis- _Tne small staff accompanying ficd, except for one of Cardston who died at Cal Mor.day. Dec. 18, 1972, at included ore re- just as relaxed. now forgotten.....which, it turned out, Mr. Eisenhower had never heard about 8IRTH SF.I.MAN Jim and Lynda Seiman are proud to announce the arrival of James Lee born December 19. IS72, weighing DEATHS IIARVIE Pas.rf away suddenly in Picture Butte on Sunday. December 'J4. 1972, Mr. Piobert Har-ae at the age t p e 1 f? 1 P f- u pounds. 12 oz. A grandson or Lynn and Evelyn Seiman Jlrl Mrs. Doreen Carpenter. A great-grandson for Mau and Bolokoski, Elizabeth Carp-enter, Mr. John Stuckel and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Smith. DEATHS PONTAROLO Passed" a'.vay in the city on Thursday, December 28, 1572, following a engthy illness, ?plrs. Marjorie Pontarolo at the age of 30 vears. beloved wife of Mr. Er-neit Pontarolo of Coalhurst. Funeral arrangements will be announced when comD'eted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., "Directors of Funeral Service. years, beloved husband of Mrs. Katherine Hsr-ie o: Picture Butts. The funeral service -.vill held on Friday at 3 p.m. in the First United Church. Lethbridge, with Ken Jordan officiating. Inter-EL. 7W 13 N.: shone 322-2.151. MARTIN EROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral WOOD Passed away Li the city on Tuesday. December 26, Helen ct the Wood. Tr.e funeral service v.ill be held on Friday at 1 p.m. Passed away in on V.'ednesday. December 27, Carl Herman Carbon, aged 86 years, of Piniher Creek. Bom Augijst 1, Ift'jS in Carbondale. Micmsan, t in 1W.'> and the Pincher Creek district in 1912. He was a road construction foreman for the ate J. C. Sandgren and then road foreman for the MD of Pir.cher Creek No. 0 until his retirement. Since then he has resided in Pincher Creek. He was predeceased by his wife, E m rn a Justine Anderson in 106'j; also one sister ar.rt two brothers. He is survived by two daughters. Mrs. David '.Mabeb of Penticton and Mrs. Alec T. Anniej Miller of North Vancouver; or.e granddaughter ar.d three grandsoTiS. fu-r.eral service will be held in EZden's Fur.eral Home. Pincher Creek on Saturday at p.m., P.ev. R. Sehmk'.tke Interment, Fairview Friends who wish may donate to the Trinitv Lutr.eran Church Building Fund, care of Ken vriens Furieral arrangements by EDF.N'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pinoher Creek. C6253 74 LOANS a INVESTMENTS TO Passed away in the city or, Dec-ember 27, Mr. E mil Dan -ielson at the age of 62 vears. of 3-2W N. Mayor Majrath Drive, beloved husband of Mrs. Danieison. Fur.eral he MORTGAGE MONEY j Trust SO1? 7tr St. S. Pncns Bros. TRADino.NAL CHAPEL. 612 3 Avenue S. In-lerrner.t follow in the family Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue. S.. Dhone 324-2M1. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C; Fifrni i'-i -r r completed, N BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. HILLS Passed away suddenly at Plingston, Ontario, on Saturday, December 2.1, 1S72, Mr. Herbert George Hills at the age of 74 years, of Milk beloved husband of the late Mrs. Marie Adeie Hills. Bom in England in the late Mr. Hills came to Plastem Canada in early IS20. He spent over thirty years with the Canadian Immigration, the majority of which was spent in Western Canada. He retired in early and trxik up resider.ee at Milk River. At the time of his passing he was visiting in Kingston, Ontario. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. He is survived by one son" Mr. frwre fSVipy Hills of Kingston arid one grandson. The funeral frvirp Ail] be held on Friday a' il a.m., in St. Paul's United Church, Milk River, Kith Rev. Graham Dickie officiating, fn-terment 7-iil follow in the" Milk River Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Mor.a passed away in the city on Tuesday, December 1S72 at the age of .54 years, wife of Bernard J Merchant of 13th St. South, Mrs. Mer-. chant was born in Fort ?.Iac-ieod on October 7th, V.ilf, and received her in the schools of Fort Macle'xi ar.d the Garbetts College of Bernard Joseph Merchant in 1537 arid lived in bridge until when they moved to Victoria for three i years, and then bsck to Lethbridge. where they had continued until the time of her Dassing. She v.as a member of'lhe and hsd work-wl for the St. Patrick's Credit Union frorn !rjfi2 until Her special v.ere her family. She leaves to mvjm her posing brides her loving husband, two daughter, Ken-ton 'ami Mrs. Keith Fi a r r i n g t o n o' I.e'.hbrvfe: sor.t, Vaienti.v.-, B'.-rriard 'snd James, a'l of five brother, David fjr.tr of Csigiry; olic on Friday. a1 j'j m v.ilh folio-.-.- .n the Christen.'.eri on Thursday. yifri it S prr, IWh a. S. SALMON; Fir.'KftAi, FIOMK LTD., Direc-'oT--; o' 75 Mary Josephine, passed away in Vancouver on Monday, December Z.ith, Ki72 at the age of 70 years, beloved wife of Mr. John R. Brennen of 602 Y-i St. South. Mrs Brer-nen was born in Nelson, B.C. on January' 1st, and had gone to Vancouver to be near daughters z month ago. She loaves to mourn her passing her loving husband, two daughters. Mrs. Jack! Patricia) Mitchell and Mrs. Roger I'CV.berir.ei Hos-tin of Richmond. B.C.; tv.o sons, Michael of Calgary ar.d Dear. on rl of Deer; 10 two sisters, Miss Catherine Morrissey of Vancouver and Mrs. Kerjnclh 'Francis) of B.C. and a sister in law, Mrs. John Elsie i Morrissey of She was predecease'] by her parents and a brother s __] c Aro j j INVEST G S s A G C i J s i A P. V 1 J -_ 7' i PUBLIC be said in the Asvjr.or-tion Catholic Courch on Saturday, yxh at lr> am., v.i'.h Father G. a- C'.-'e- PUEtlC rlOTICE TO THE ViLAGE Or OF 1ETHBRIDGE MO. 24 ff: f vil! said in St. South; on Fridav, December at S p.m. is-.vt rssde to the Heart 13 St. South, I.e t CHHISTBNSF.N HOMK I.Tf; Direc-tors of Fiinerai Service. FFNKD V.'F.I.KOM. Africa 'AP; teiophor.e department v.ere fioc-d o-jr-h wc-re Reed and Ir- O'sen, Wilson Payne. Glen Grcadbead. Ralph Leavitt and Elmer Marsden. Active pall- bearers were Edwin. Elaine, Nolan. Bryan. Gerald and Don- Leavitt. Interment was Ln the Cardston Cemetery. Chris- tensc-n Salmon Fur.eral Home i'e men- tioned it to him." went back to where Mrs. Pear- On a trip to Calsary one time son was sitting, r tha lone rcf.ortcr travelling with she doesn't he the Pearsons was gjven a hotel reported back. i room, about two doors away, "But the prime minister.; and the entire corridor dontd off by security men. SECURITY ALARMED "Oh, he couldn't care less." He was one of the world's most relaxed fliers, despite his Tr.e reporter didn't check in Ltd., Directors of Funeral self-deprecating stories" abojt !comfort later that v.heri. iiTHing a s'ower r.lar.o, ire srrivr-f) in Calgarv a.m.. in-tead of 0 p rn.. for the an- nual rtarnoodo. He had sent re- that was r.oi to bo met st that hour, that he v.o-jld quietly go tr, the hotel. When his arrived, Ihe'e -.-.ere soroe 2Vi all in white cowbov h'it.s. st.-rr.rling tho tarmac in the rain. Policeman They gave Following Is a list nf those who have made donations [o the U-thhridge Herald's llelrt- ing Handful Fund r.n bthatf of the Unitarian Service Com- mittee of Canada and the people of Korea. t.! FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE UnitoM sembiv. F'rK.irit-r.t of a'.ions Cer.eral THE WIND-UP VEHICLE Part f'-ar.k nation Jx-ader thr: Liberal I'rirr.c rninUter. S: Chairman of on inter- al developrnent. NO SNflW _ W.r.W. r-ty fas -a bylaw pro- hibiting propovly o-w.ers sidewalks and I in Tra bylaw, par- tirijjarly aimed at service sta- tion provider, for fir.o'; f.-orn S-7i for a first of- j fence up to SIVJ fw a U-Jrd I offence. replaced GLKNTMf.K, 'APj 7 he f-i i-f.jflcnts remote Pitcairn in the So-jth Pacific are a police- man. Torn Christian. the island's radio officer, re- ported TutvJay that J'lt- cairn's lor.e hai fjijit and v.ili rx; replaced. Tn a v.-eekly radio here, Christian said the Islarid'.s jail was thrajghont "Tfn the v.hKyle, a rxjlicernan on Pitoirn is as out of place aa a camel in the Ar- he added. 51 TKXTi.v.ED new snow! Sew blouse, c; ocv.et jacket or corit of afghan .squares. Pri-'ryl NEW Half .Sizes 14'i, 18'i, 20'i, NEW Misses' IfJ, 12, 11, IB, IS. I'LEASE STATE DtiKSS SIXE. SF.VEN1Y FIVE CENTS in coins 'no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern (or first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, SAME, ADDl'.KS.S. STYLE M'MUKIt. Send order to A.'.'.'.'f; care of nm AJ.'N'K ADAMS, 0 St- w-- Print plainly PATTERN' '.'ft- NAMf; AND AD- Dlir.SS, ar.d (he name of tnR Herald. DO NOT 1 send it to The Herald. ;