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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ROBBIE Robert passed away suddenly on December 1973. at the age of 18 beloved son of Mr. and Mrs Russell Robbie of Vulcan. He was born in Vulcan on March 1955 and received his education in the schools of Vulcan and would have graduated from the Vulcan Central High School in June. He leaves to mourn his pass- ing besides his loving a brother Donald of and a sister Heather of Vulcan. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. The family requests that in lieu of donations may be made to the Vulcan United Church or Kirkaldy Communi- ty Club. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of the Funeral Service. C6310 BRADY Passed away at Taber on December 1973 George of Vauxhall at the age of 84 years. Born at Lethbridge October he homesteaded in the Iron Springs area and later farmed in the Vaux- hall areas. one Mrs. A. B. Nor- one New West- 11 seven nephews. He was predeceased by three brothers and three sisters. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from Humphries Funeral on January 2nd at 3 with Rev. Ray Heffelfinger of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. In lieu of donations to the Cancer Oddies' Drug appreciated. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL are in charge of arrangements. C6311 IN MEMORIAMS BROWN In loving memory of a dear friend. who passed away December 1964. Fond memories. Jean 6402 SERA In loving memory of a dear father and grand- father. ed away December 1972. remembered and missed by Elizabeth and 6403 VIROSTEK In loving memory of a dear son and who passed away December 31. 1964. Sadly missed along life's way. Quietly remembered day by day. Memories are treasures no one can steal. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. No longer with us our life to share. Still in our hearts you are always there. loved and sadly missed by brother and sister and families. 6404 WOLOSCHUK In loving memory of a dear father and who passed away January 1971. We loved you so we prayed to God. that he would make you so we could keep you here with us a little while to dwell. In tears we watched you fight for life and then as you heard God calling you to come with him and dwell now with the Lord. You slipped away in you slept at all pain is gone. We'll meet again some dear in eternal home. missed by your wife daughters Gladys and their families. 6409 Mrs. Dorothy M. Johnson. l.oo Mrs. A. Higby. Lethbridge .....1.05 H. and L.. Lethbridge..........2.00 Roxanne Van Wyk. Robert Morin. Lori Sooela.................... 4 on C. Lethbridge.........5.00 Anonymous. Lethbridge___.. 5.00 J. R. Brown. Lethbridge Erin Maughan. Lethbridge Miss E. Bartman. Lethbridge. Mrs. H. E. Bartman. Lethbridge In loving memory of George Campbell................ Skrelting. Lethbridge Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Warmink. Nobleford.....................5 00 For Peace. Bow Island.........5.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Maisey. Vulcan .......................5.00 Ken Kamitomo and family. Raymond.....................5.00 With Gratitude. Raymond......5.00 Jerry and Dixie Gaboon. Cardston 5.00 Anonymous. Iron Springs.......5.00 Lethbridge........5.10 Jenny Judy Henderson. Lethbridge....................5.29 The Pyrch Taber......8.51 Denise and Larry West. Mountain View............'............-. 9.45 The McMann Family. Lethbridge 10.00 Anonymous. Lethbridge 10.00 pfisca and Bosco uetnondge................... 10.00 Mrs. Melitta Styner. Coalhurst. 10.00 Another another space mission or so it appears at left. But backing off a little and taking another it's something else again a model launching. Model rocketry is a rapidly grow- ing hobby interest attracting a wide age range. They gave 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 M. 5.00 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Campbell. Burdett...................... 10.00 Mrs. Edna Madge. Milk River 10.00 Milk River....... 10.00 Anonymous 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Jan Vander Ploeg and Family. Vauxhall............. 10.00 Clayton Pearson. Manyberries 10.00 Coaldale......... 10.25 Anonymous. 12.00 The Marse Family. Lethbridge 15.00 From Virginia and Sarah. Blair- more........................ 15.00 Laddie Pavka and Family. Crah- ford......................'... 15.00 J. West. Mountain View.......20.00 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Trofanenko. Picture Butte........'........20.00 Gordon Fort Macleod 20.00 Karoline. Peter and Eileen Philipp and Shari Nickelos 20.38 Carollers. Lethbridge.........24.00 Jean and Eric Alcock. Fort Macleod..................... 25.00 Anonymous. Iron Springs 25.00 Tymen Dankersgoed. Coaldale 25.00 Mrs. P. Dorner. Granum......25.00 G. Monarch.........25 00 Raymond Elementary School. Raymond................. 30.00 Anonymous. Turin........... 100.00 Anonymous. Coaldale .........100.00 Netherlands Reformed Choir. Praise Ye The Lord. Lethbridge..... 187.15 S 923.18 Total To-Date ttSSSSW I Both a spectator and participant model rocketry now counts more than clubs throuahout the United States alone. Rocketry is a liberated With activities open to boys and 4-H is among several young organiza- tions now offering rocket programs. Bridge National leaders to our many friends and customers from these Lethbridge Business Leaders Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. Dec. 19 1. Eleanor Manders and Irma 2. Harriet Nilsson and Willa 3. Louine Smith and Isobel Wright. Hamilton Wed. Night D.B.C. Dec. 19. N.S. 1. Bob Wobick and Byron 2. Del Lowenberg and Neil Van 3. Rose Miron and Jim Anderson. E.W. i. Mary Wobick and David 2. Al Haider and J. C. 3. Bill Zums- tein and Mike Grisak. Thursday Night D.B.C. Dec. 20 N.S. 1. Richard Spackman and Ken 2. Willa Waters and M. R. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Jurkovich. E.W. 1. D. E. Michaelis and Bill 2. George Santa and Wayne 3. Mark Yoshihara and John Lebeau. Friday Night D.B.C. Dec. 21. 1. John Lebeau and Mark 2 and 3 tied Arlo Harris and George Santa with J. C. Landeryou and M. J. Grant. among 1973 deaths film assaults senses LOS ANGELES Warner Brothers released its troubled produc- tion of William Blatty's The Exorcist this week to reviews it as a in Lhe supernatural horror movie Field. The film about a modern- Jay possession of a young girl's body by the devil was by Los Angeles Times Charles Champlin as a ilm of is strong and frequently Champlin .aid. The movie trade paper the senses and the intellect with pure cenematic spellbinding but never gratiutous. revolting but always Based on a documented case of possession and exorcism in a 14-year-old Maryland boy in the film retains the blasphemy and foul language of Blatty's book. Originally set to cost its costs skyrocketed partly because of mysterious happenings during production which led Blatty to claim the film itself might have been the target of supernatural By THE CANADIAN PRESS A former prime minister and three men who once head- ed provincial governments were among prominent Canadians who died in 1973. Louis Stephen St. Canada's 12th prime was 91 when he died in retire- ment at his home in Quebec City July 25. was prime minister from 1948 to 1957 and gained the affectionate nickname of He entered politics reluctantly at the age of 59 in 1941 as minister of justice under then Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie whom he succeeded in 1948. After the Second World as Canada's first full- time minister of external af- he worked actively in foreign affairs and his record in this field possibly was a fac- tor in his being swept to the leadership of the Liberal par- ty at an Ottawa convention Aug. when King an- nounced his retirement. George Drew was one of three former premiers who died during the year. Premier of Ontario from 1943 to 1948 and national leader of the Progressive Conservative party for nearly eight years after he died in Toronto Jan. 1 at the age of 78. LESLIE FROST DIES His death followed by eight days that of former prime minister Lester Pearson. In a long period of public service after the First World Drew had a varied ca- reer as a law- civil servant and munici- pal official. He was mayor of his native city of at the age of 31. Leslie premier of On- tario from 1949 to died in May aged 77. He held the premiership longer than any other man and became known as Man Union Nationale premier of Quebec for only 18 months. He had heart problems and open- heart surgery did not save him. He died at the age of 57 in Montreal Feb. 22. The death in Mexico March 8 of the old Canadian fire- brand Tim went almost unnoticed. He was 82 and had all but been forgotten by his party at home. He helped found the Com- munist party of Canada and lead it for more than 30 years. The death of bandleader Don Messer shocked the world of entertainment. He was 63. His Down E_ast music on television had Canadians hopping for more than four decades. For many years Mrs. James A. Richardson was the power behind the throne of the James Richardson and Sons Ltd. investment company of Winnipeg. She assumed the presidency of the firm in 1939 after the death of her husband. She was the mother of James A. minister of national defence. She died Jan. 9 at the age of 82. Grace mother of Prime Minister Pierre died in Montreal Jan. 16. after a long illness. Greeting cards are big busi- and William E. Coutts helped make it so. He was a pioneer in the Canadian field and became a millionaire. He dieu in Toronfo March 9 at 90. A traffic accident took the life of Len Alberta minister of Feb. 25. He died at the age of 45 on a highway near described by the RCMP as at the best of The world of business was shocked Aug. 5 when John David president of the T. Eaton Co. for 27 years until his retirement in been in ill health for several years. The original Fuller brush Alfred died in Hanford. Conn.. Dec. 4 at the age of 88. Born in he expanded door-to- door business into a big U.S. corpora tion. Bishopric sulphate to re-open REGINA The Saskatchewan government has decided to re-open its sodium sulphate plant at Bishopric. 30 miles south of Moose Jaw. Labor Minister Gordon Snyder has an- nounced. Production at the which will employ 20 is expected by mid-January. he said. Production was suspended in 1972. but since then the market sodium sul- phate has making ho said. Mr. Snycier the market trend is not expected to last more than two years and the plant may again be shut down. JOINS CHEMICAL PROJECT Ont. Koch Oil Co. Ltd. of ah af- filiate of Koch Industries Ltd. of has joined the Sarnia Olefins and Aromatics Project it was announced Friday. The project would produce a billion pounds a year of ethlene and other with planned start George Sato President CHINOOK STATIONERS Street S. Warren Pacaud Purchasing Agent CHINOOK STATIONERS 319-7th Street S. John Gergely Owner GERGELY'S GLASS 335-13th Street N. Ed Bartel ED BARTEL CON- STRUCTION LTD. 1410 Lakeview Drive Gary Kirk KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 1621-3rd Avenue S. Bill Kirk KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 1621-3rd Avenue S. EdmondWitzke President NORTH LETHBRIDGE MILLWORK LTD. 120 N. Mayor Magrath Drive Henry Roelofs President NORTH UETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES 305-13th Street N. Brian Roelofs Vice-President NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES 305-13lh Slreel N. ;