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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FUNERALS TOEWS - Funeral service for Mrs. Margaretta Toews, who died at St. Catherines, Ont., Thursday, Feb. 1, 1973, at the age of 92 years, was held Sunday, Feb. 4, 1973, in the Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church. Interment was in the Coaldale cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrangements. HASLAM - Funeral service for Robert Rex Haslam, Calgary resident and native son of Cardston who died Saturday, Feb. 3, 1973, at the age of 35 years, was held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1973, in the Leavitt Ward Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Leavitt, with Bishop Chester Walburger officiating. Pallbearers were Boyd, Brian, Gordon, Lee, Mark and Monty Haslam and Clayton Forseh. Interment was in the Leavitt Cemetery. 'Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BRATHAMER-Funeral service for Mrs. Katherine Inga-bar Bratbamer, beloved wife of the late Mandius Brathamer who died in the city Friday, Feb. 2, 1973, at the age of 75 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1973, in the Christensen Chapel with Bishop Leo L. Davidson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lattery-day Saints officiating. Pallbearers were Michael, Joseph and George Luco, Gerard Hickey, Jene Selk and Glen Nate. Interment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Chrisensen Salmon Fune-;.l Tome Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS STURTEVANT - _ Funeral service for Miss Marilyn lone Sturtevant, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Sturtevant of Foremost who died suddenly at New Dayton at the age of 21 years, was held at 1 p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Walter Schoepp officiating. Palbearer3 were Carl Gerke, Bernard Clark, Robert Bogle, Ken Brown, ames Walsh and Byron Sturtevant. Interment was in the family plot in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge c! the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS DEVON NURSING HOME - A special thank you to all residents of Southern Alberta for their thoughtfulness. The many kindnesses are most sincerely appreciated by the residents and staff of the Devon Nursing Home. GODFREY - My sincere thanks to all my friends and the staff of the Devon Nursing Home for their many kindnesses extended to me during the past year and over the Christmas holidays. -Rose Godfrey 6733 KORESHENKOV - A sincere thank you to my doctors, my nurse, Mrs. M. Pashkowich, and all the nurses and ward aides for the wonderful care I received. Also to relatives, friends, and neighbors for tha lovely flowers, cards and calls while I was a patient in Municipal Hospital, Third Medical Floor. Thank you. -A. Koreshenkov 6741 KERLUK - In loving mem ory of dad, John Kerluk, who passed away February7, 1970. -Ever remembered and sadly missed. Johnnie, Matilda and Billy. 6734 Wednesday, February 7, 1973 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD FRECH - In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister Lydia Magdoline, who passed away February 7, 1967. It matters not what day or year, There is still a memory, still a tear. Memories don't fade they just go deep, For the one we loved and could not keep. -Ever remembered by mom and dad, Linda, Jimmy and Cindy. 6760 THOMAS - I would like to thank my doctor and other doctors of the Hunt Clinic; nurses on 4th floor of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospiial for hte wonderful care I received while a patient .there. A special 'thank you' to my relatives arc! friends for visits, gifts, oards and flowers which I received. Thank you. -Joyce Thomas 6732-8 NELSON - My sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses, staff and Sisters at St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness given to me during my hospitalization. Many thanks to all my friends for flowers, cards, gifts and visits. May God Bless you all. -Jessie Nelson 6919-10L Weeping parents wait PARIS (Reuter) - Firemen found one more body today in the still-smoking ruins of a school destroyed by a fire Tuesday. The body brings the known dead to 18 persons, 15 of them children. Five or six children are still unaccounted for. F a r e n t s clutching photographs of their children rushed to the scene and were gently moved into the local town hall where they sat weeping on wooden benches in a room usually used for weddings. Screaming children, all aged between seven and 12 and in school for special evening music classes-, leaned out of windows and were plucked to safety by more than 140 firemen and people living nearby who ran to help with ladders. It was the first time the school, close by the Buttes Chaumont Park in northern Paris, had been used for the music classes and firemen said this might have caused more panic as the children did not know their way around. Laos truce in sight -Phouma By MALCOLM W. BROWNE New York Times Service VIENTIANE, Laos - Premier Souvanna Phouma express' ed confidence in an interview yesterday that a ceasefire would be concluded here within one week - at the latest by Feb. 15 - despite the onset of a general Communist mili tary offensive and an evident hardening in the Communist negotiating position. Prince Souvanna declined to discuss details of two talks he held in private with the chief Pathet Lao negotiator, Phoumi Vongvichit. Souvanna restated his view that all North Vietnamese forces must be withdrawal from Laos, and conceded that despite his optimism, Hanoi has opened a "general offensive in Laos." IN MEMORIAM MACK - In loving memory of Philip, our son and brother, who passed away February 7, 1970. ,We who loved /on sadly miss } /ou, ' \s it dawns . mother year "n our lonely " touts of think- -1 Thoughts of you III are ever near. - '-Always loved and remem-Mom, Dad, Judy bered by and Norma. 6720 Cyprus raids net weapons NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Masked men raided dozens of police stations throughout Cyprus at dawn today and escaped with weapons, uniforms, walkie-talkies and several vehicles. The raiders were believed to be members of the underground organization of Gen. George Grivas, who wants to oust Pres ident Makarios. The guerrillas exchanged gun fire with police at several places and blew up at least two of the stations. But there were no reports of casualties. It was the biggest anti-government operation since Grivas returned secretly to Cyprus 16 months ago and started assembling a new guerrilla army. President Makarios, who is also the Greek Orthodox archi-bishop of Cyprus, says Grivas' immediate goal is to disrupt the election Feb. 18 in which Makarios is running unopposed for re-election. Rowdy reception for Waldheim RAWALPINDI, . Pakistan (Reuter) - Kurt Waldheim, United Nations secretary general, arrived here today to a rowdy reception at the start of a three-day visit to Pakistan. His car was stopped as he left the airport and mobbed by thousands of people protesting the continued detention of 90,000 Pakistani prisoners of war in India. THRIFTY GANADIAM DAYS SALE $ Smocks For Spring! MISSES' COTTON i 4 4 4 4 !* 4 4 4 FEBRUARY 8th - 10th The fashion message...smocks for spring! Colourful, washable, crisp-looking in 100% cotton. Two button-front versions, one with long sleeves, the other with frilled cap sleeves; both with contrast yoke, pockets. Bright 'n' breezy prints for sizes S-M-L 2-LB. BAG BLANCHED PEANUTS 2-LB. BAG SPANISH PEANUTS ZELLER'S OWN "BIG BIG BUY" PACK OF 6 QUALITY N0N-T0XIC PENCILS ZELLER'S OWN "BIG BIG BUY" COLOURED PENCILS 45" 100% POLYESTER FISHNET DRAPERY MATERIAL GOLD. MELON. WHITE. AVOCADO OUR OWN 2sl�& 14-OZ. PAINT SPRAY BOMBS DECOR COLOURS 3-PCC. ENAMEL SAUCEPAN SETS '/i-tjt., 1-qt., 1