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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS IN MEMORIAMS KASNER Rcinhold, passed i WOOD Funeral sen-ice for I WILLIAMS Funeral sen-ice BROWN av.-ay in the city on Wednesday, j Mrs, Helen Souter Wood, be-; for Parley Llewellyn Williams, ory of a dc December 27th, 1S72 al the age i loved wife o! the late Mr. Wil- jbriivcd busbar-d of Mrs. Grace pij cd "of 89 years, beloved husband of' liam who died in the city! Williams of Cardston who died i the late Mrs. Alvina Kasner of Tuesday, IX-c. 2C, 1312, after a there Saturday. Dec. 23. 1572, Coaldale. Funeral services v.-ill i brief illness at the age of 'J2 at the age of il2 years, was held be held in the Christenscn i years, was held at 1 p.m. Fri-i at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 27, Chapel (327 10 St. South) on i day in Martin Bros. Traditional j in the Cardston Fourth Tuesday, January 2nd at 2 Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with in- Church of Jesus Christ, p.m., with Pastor A rth ur ferment following in the family I of Latter-day Saints, South Hill, j or.v 'ou are Behird f.ur f.rr.ile t'w.-re is many a tear. i For tir; mother, grandmother, we lest arxl loved so Pescofuliy free from r pain, L We not wake her to suffer rigain. i -V remembered by Helen Blech orxl family, and the family. Toc.y. Total TO.D.H :tt over power for the island .at nut an end to the strange bsiweer the two can-! of a natural line cm the mainland to the ;'and. Once the former premier L-c-d Dr. Shrjro. he left him on is own. all the years there v.-eren't more than seven or letters. Nor were there phoce He trusted But when the gas line con- troversy came into public vie-.v list thr.t trust came to an could I do I knew it WES v.rong. I couldn't tell He probablv wouldn't have Us'.ered." NO DICTATOR Of his formidable reputation j as the iron-willed ruler o! the a-. corporation, Dr. Shrum -J- --_-- savs: '''I hope people don't get the idsa that I was a dictator. I lis- ter.ed. v.e'd have a discussion i about it. then I'd make a deci- acd expect people to shut t.. up and come along. r- "I a dictator in insisting that things get done." V: c Calgary youth