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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 UTHMioof HHMD Of .16, DEATHS JONES-Boris, passed away in the city after a lengthy ill- ness on Monday, February 1, 1971, beloved wife of Harold Jones of Grassy Lake. Mrs. Jones was born in Middles- brough, England and came to Medicine Hat with her parents in 1913. She received her edu- cation in the schools of Meat cine Hat and later in Vancou- ver and at the time of her passing her home was at Grassy Lake. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving husband, Harold one son by a previous mar- riage, Kenneth Fowler of Nan aim o; two grandchil- dren; two brothers, Leslie Gib- son of Port Albemi and John Gibson of Fort St. John; two sisters, Mrs. Lance (Ruby) Mervin and Mrs. Louise Crock- ett both of Vancouver. She was predeceased by one brother, Harold Gibson and two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Simpson and Mrs. R. Henshall. No flowers by re- quest, and any one wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society at Oddie's Cen- tral Drugs of Taber. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- C3225 DEATHS BORGESON Passed away In Lethbridge on Saturday, Jan- uary 30 1971, Oscar Borgeson, aged 89 years, beloved brother of Arvid Borgeson of Fort Mac- leod. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, Feb- ruary 3 at 2 p.m. in Union Cemetery, Fort Macleod, Rev. Peter Walier officiating. Fu- neral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac- leod.. C3223 ARANY Theresa, passed away on January 26, 1971, at Melfort, Saskatchewan, belov- ed wife of Joseph Arany. The- resa was born March 14, 1893 in Hungary. The funeral ser- vice was held in the Roman Catholic Church, St. Brieux, Saskatchewan at a.m., Saturday, January 31, 1971, Rev. J. A. Rivard officiated. Interment followed in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. Brieux, Saskatchewan. Kyle Funeral Home Ltd., in Charge of Arrangements. 3857A FUNERALS MASON Funeral service for Gary Raymond Mason, be- loved son of Mr. Mrs. Wil liam G. Mason of 325 St S who died suddenly Jan. -A 1971, at Thompson, Man., at the age of 20 years, was held a 1-30 p m. Monday, Feb. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave S., with Rev. R. E. Esk dale officiating. Pallbearers were Bob Wheeler, Rick Kosli- ney, Doug Weikel, Bill Howes, Ken Finley and John Hroma- diuk Interment was in Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Strom aide nominated EDMONTON (CP) Don- ald Hamilton, an executive as- istant to Premier Harry Strom, was nominated by ac- clamation to contest Edrnon- on-Whitemud for the Social Credit party in the next Alber- House mortgages interest rates drop expected soon EDMONTON (CP) The possibility of a drop in interest rates on house mortgages is ex- cellent, Harold Shipp of To ronto, said Monday. Mr. Shipp newly-elected pres- ident of the Housing and Urban dieted rates will drop one per cent within two months. "Rates will drop one per cent below the existing National Housing Act rate of Wt per cent and the comparable per cent for existing conventional Mr. Shipp said the anticipated reduction will be the result of "very large gobs of monej" be- coming available in the mort- gage market place. The Housing and Urban De- velopment Association is House B u 11 d e r s Association, holding its annual convention tore. AN HONOR North Carolina was named In honor of King Charles I of Eng- FETTINGER Joseph, long time resident of Lethbridge, passed away in the city on Sunday, January 31, the age of 89 years 1971, at beloved tire j-------' husband of the late Mrs. Mane Fettinger of Lethbridge. Mr. Fettjnger came to Canada in 1911 and worked for a couple of years in Medicine Hat be- fore moving to Lethbridge. He worked in both the No. 6 and the No. 8 coal mines. For a number of years be operated his farm north east of the city. He was a member of the Na- tional Slovak Society, the Miners Library and a member of the St. Basil's Church leaves to mourn his two sons, Joe of Vancouver and John of Lethbridge and one daughter, Mrs. Helen Leish- man also of Lethbridge, four grandchildren and 29 great- grandchildren. He was prede- ceased by his wife, Marie in 1967 and one son, Fred in 1925. A Requiem Mass will be cele- brated on Wednesday, Feb- ruary 3rd at 10 a.m. in the St. Basil's Church, with Father F McCabe as celebrant Inter- ment will follow in the family plot in the St. Patrick's Ceme- tery Prayers will be said in the St. Basil's Church on Tues- day (tonight) at p.m. and those who wish may pay their respects at the Christensen Chapel before or after the prayers service. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, FUNERALS VANDE LIGT Graveside service for Maureen Lisa Vande Ligt, beloved infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Antonia) Vande Ligt who died suddenly in the city Friday, Jan. 29, 1971, was held at a.m. Monday, Feb. I, 1971, in the Mount Calvary sec- tion of Mountain View Ceme- tery with Rev. S. R. O'Loughlin officiating. The pallbearer was Leo Golsteyn. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. PLOURD Funeral service C3224 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE for Henry Hubert Plourd, who died at Fort Macteod Wednes- day, Jan. after a brief illness at the age of 86 years, was held at a.m. Satur- day Jan. 30, 1971, in the Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13th St.. N., with Eev. R. E. Eskdale offi- Pallbearers were BUI Plourd, Ron Just, Jack Adams, Jack Peace, Barry McFarland and Dennis Grottolo. Interment was in the Carmangay Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Abortion endorsed NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) The United Church of Can- ada, not without misgivings and deep soul-searching, and in the future realization'that its deci- sions are historic, said Monday that abortion is morally justifia- 'le. It made one important qualifi- mass for Mrs. Celina A. Peterson, who died at Raymond Thurs- day, Jan. after a long illness at the age of 67 years, was said at a.m. Mon- day Feb. 1, 1971, in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church with Rev Louis Cassidy the cele- brant. Pallbearers were Bill, Kenneth and Glen R. Smith, Nels and Bruce Johnson and Mike Degenstein. Interment was in the Archmount Mem- orial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. DUCE Funeral service for William Hinman Duce, beloved husband of Mrs. Leoora S. (Laida) Duce of 2422 12th Ave. S who died in the tity Wednes- day Jan 27, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 74 years, was held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan 30, 1971, in the 10th Ave. LDS Chapel with Bishop Clif- ford Peterson officiating. Hon- orary pallbearers were Wood- row Stringam, Fred Crane, Harry Hughes, Chariton Jac- obs Harold Kirchner, and Bum Knowlton. Active pallbearers were Owen, Ron and Jim Low, Ronald Murphy, Gary Barker and Jim Cahoon. Interment was in the family plot in the Cardston Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. SIMPSONS-SEARS The Time is Right to Save on Summer TIRES Tak! notice that my wile. Gwen Batonyt, having left my bed and board I will no longer be responsible for any debts incurred by her. Louis Balonyi, Coaldale CARDS OF THANKS DORSEY Sincere thanks to all my friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown me during my recent bereavement _ -Annetta. 37o8-2 DORSEY I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doc- tors and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the kindness and care given to Bud Dorsey during his illness. -Annetta. 3757-2 We. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WEST LETHBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT PHASE ONE INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders marked "CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WEST LETHBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT PHASE ONE" will be received until p.m. Moun- tain Standard Time on February 23, 1971, at the office of the City Purchas- ing Agent at City Hall, Lethbridge. Tenders will be opened at p.m. ranged cation: "in certain medical, so- cial and economic circum- sUjices." Abortion on request was not implied in the resolution ap- proved by a show of hands of the 410 commissioners, attend- ing the 24th biennial meeting of the body that sets policy for C a n a d a 's largest Protestant church. Many abstained and vote figures were not an- nounced. For a lime it seemed as though a decision would not be reacted at this meeting. Through amendments and sub- amendments, opponents of the resolution put to council by the board of evangelism and social 1. Drainage systems comprising s 6 r V i C e and the board of women, sought to hav" il r ferred back to committee for further study. These manoeu- vres failed. POINT OVERLOOKED Overlooked in the spirited dis- by the commit- tee which presented the resolu- e on February 23, 1971. The Contract docum alternates. Both alternates must be tendered. The project will include the following: A. UTILITIES AYRIS The Ayris family of 712 14th St. S., wish to extend their sincere thanks to the many friends who expressed their sympathy and extended then- help during our recent bereave- ment. Special thanks are ex- tended to the doctors and Father Cowan. 3857 BOUCK I would like to extend my appreciation to the doctors and nurses of the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care given to me during my hospitalization-, also to my friends and relatives for flowers and visits. Bouck. 3340 nate II varying in diameter from 10 in. to 60 in. complete with all appurtenances. 3. Sanitary system comprising ft of pipe for Alternate I and 6, ECO ot pipe for Alternale II varying in diameter from 4 In. to 21 in complete with all ap- purtenances. 3. Water supply system comprising ft. of pipe for Alternate I and S.2CO ft. of pipe for Alternate II varying in diameter from 6 m. to 20 In. complete with all 1. Grfldina tg.TO V. Alternate I cy. II 3. Granular Rase 7.COO c.y. Alternate I c.y. Alternate II 3 Asphalt Pavement s y. Alternate I 4. Conrretf. Curb ard Gutter l.f. Alternate I l.f. Alternate II 5. Concrrle Sidewalk l.f. Alternate t only Tender documents may he obtained fit office of the Engineering Directr.r for the Lrthbricjge or from :he office of the consultinq Engineers in calcary and Edmonton on or after the fact that the preamble, lengthy and contain-1 ing the gist of the resolution il- i self, was approved unanimously and without discussion. In essence, the debate was over an issue already decided. One of the points under dis- i cussion was that the resolution leaves it to a medical doctor to make the final decision on an I abortion. 1 "This makes a doctor a judge, I juror and said a commissioner. Under the Criminal Code, abortions in Canada are CONLON Our deepest grati- tude is extended to our relatives, friends and neighbors for the beautiful flowers, cards, tele- phone calls, telegrams, food and other acts of kindness shown during our recent bereavement. We greatly appreciate the re- membrances which were sent to the hospital at this time. 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