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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Fridiy, Ftbruiry 7, I Births, Deaths, In Memoriams s I Cards Of Thanks BIRTH TIMMINS.- Joseph an. Jannette are proud to an nounce the birth of their firs child, a daughter, Shanna Maureen Patricia, 6 Ibs. l> oz., on December 19, 1974, a the Municipal Hospital Grandparents are Mrs. Li Callaghan of Lethbridge, and Mr. and Mrs. James Timmins of Montreal, Quebec. 231 DEATHS LAMBERT Passed away in Edmonton, Thursday February 6, 1975, Genevievi Lambert at the age of 60 beloved wife of George Henr) Lambert! She is also survivei by two tons, Keith of Edmon ton, Glenn of Lethbridge; two daughters, Mrs. Don (Evelyn. MacDonald of Edmonton Brenda Lambert of Calgary five grandchildren. Funera services will be held at Chape of the Chimes, 108 St. 102 Avenue, Edmonton at 1 p.m Monday, February 10. 262 STICKELY Passed awa] in the city on Thursday February 6, 1975, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Ernes Oliver Stickley of the Parkland Nursing Home beloved husband of the late Mrs. Rose Emma Stickley Born in England the late Mr Stickley had resided in Lethbridge since 1903. He is survived by two sons Mr Mathew Stickley of Calgary and Mr. Herbert Stickley of Vancouver, B.C. He was predeceased by his wife November 1967, also by one son Group Captain L. J. Stickley of Vancouver. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, February 8, 1975, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue .South., with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C6291 SEVERTSON Passed away in the city on Wednesday, February 5, 1975, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mr. Alf Martin Severtson at the age of 50 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Pearl Severtson of 2202 6th Avenue A North. Born in Travers and educated in the Sundial School, the late Mr. Severtson served overseas with the First Canadian Paratroop Battalion during World War II. He farmed in the Stone Lease area for six- teen years moving to Letnbridge in 1964 where he was employed with Kirchner Machine Company at the time of his passing. He was- a member of the Royal Cana- dian Legion. Besides his lov- ing wife he is also survived by two sons, Robert and James at home; two daughters Mrs. B.D. (Susan) Trone of Lethbridge. Miss Connie Severtson of Calgary; one sister Mrs. L. (Alice) Kowalski of Lethbridge; four brothers Mr. Magny Severtson and Mr. Swerra Severtson of Taber; Mr. Harry Severtson and Mr. Edwin Severtson of Enchant. He was predeceased by three sisters and two brothers. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, February 8, 1975 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. William Burrell officiating. Interment will follow in the Field of Honor Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C6292 DEATHS GIBSON Passed away i the city on Friday, Februar 7, 1975, Mrs. Annie A. Gibso at the age of 72 years of 706 18th St. N., beloved wife of th late Mr. James Gibson Funeral arrangements will b announced when completec MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of the Funeral Service. C628 TOWNSEND Passe away suddenly in the. city o Thursday, February 6, 1975 Mr. William' George Town send at the age of 68 years o 2221 26th St. S., beloved bus band of the late Mrs. Wii nifred Townsend. Tunera arrangements will be an npunced when completec MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of the Funeral Service. C629 DOUGLAS J. Gordon former resident of Taber passed away in Calgary February 3, 1975 at age 54 years. Survivors include his father, James E. Douglas am four sisters, Eleanor, Betty Marjorie and Patsy. Services will be held at FOSTER GOODER CHAPEL on the Hill in Calgary at p.m. Saturday, February 8, 1975. Flowers gratefully declined. 260 IN MEMORIAMS KERLUK In loving memory of dad and grandad John Kerluk, who passed away Febryary 7th, 1970. Matilda and Billy. 9919 ADAMSON In loving memory of a dear husband, father and' grandfather Vaughn Adamson who pass- ed away February 6th, 1972. I lost my life's companion A life linked with my own God alone knows how I miss him v As I walk through life alone. Because the world is not the same Since he was called away To have, to live and then to part Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart. Always loved and remembered by his wife and family. 207 CARDS OF THANKS LACEY Many thanks to my relatives and friends and neighbors for their cards, lifts, flowers and visits while was in the Picture Butte iospital. Special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff for .he best of care. Lacey 255-7 PITTMAN We wish to hank our many friends who attended the party held in our lonor. Also for the many ihone calls and good wishes, i special thanks to the irganizers, the Milk River Slks Club and the Muellers Orchestra. sincerely, Ed and Helma. 205-8 GILLIES The family of he late David Gillies wishes o express their gratitude and ppreciation to ajl our wonderful friends and elatives who called, sent ards. floral tributes and ood. Special thanks to Rev. I. Deasley, the pallbearers, (lose who served and Martin Iros; also Laurie Posterski, oanne Munro and Rev. and tlrs. Martin for their music. nd the fine staff at Southland Vursing Home for their care uring the past three years. -Ellen Gillies, Jerry Gillies, Vida Thornsberry, Lorraine Harris. 243 NOTICE In our POWER TOOL advertisement which appeared on page 8A of Wednesday, February 5th Lethbridge Herald PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY and LIMITED QUANTITIES Should have appeared on this advertisement CARDS OF THANKS THOMPSON -1 wish to ex- tend my sincere thanks to my relatives and friends for their visits, gifts and cards while I was a patient in St. Michael's Hospital. Thanks, also, to my doctors, the nurses and staff of the hospital for making my stay a pleasant .one. Carl Thompson 242 MacLENNAN I wish to extend my sincere thanks to all friends who sent cards, floral arrangements, masses and prayers offered -for me and visited me while I was in St. Michael's and The Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospitals. A special thanks to the doctors, sisters of St. Martha, the nurses and satff of both hospitals for all their kindnesses. Very gratefully. R. MacLennan 256 DOGTEROM The family of the late Jacob Dogterom would like to thank their relatives and friends who called, sent cards, flowers, or donated to the Heart Fund, also the 'ladies who donated food or served after the funeral. Special thanks to Rev. Father E. Bruce Field, the pallbearers and Martin Bros. Funeral Home. Jacob Dogterom and Family. 241-8 Assault sentence suspended A 24-year-old Lethbridge man who earlier pleaded guil- ty to a charge of assault caus- ing bodily harm and common assault was given a one-year suspended sentence in provin- cial dourt Thursday. In sentencing Wayne Lat- tamore on the charge of assault causing bodily harm, Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson said Mr. Lattamore had no record of violence, was remorseful about the incident and although the victim did not provoke him he was not in the right frame of mind when the assault took place. Mr. 'Lattamore assaulted Reginald Brown of Picture Butte in the bar of the Plainsmen Hotel Nov. 23. Prior to the assault, .Mr. Lat- tamore's common-law wife broke two beer glasses over the accused's head, court was told. At this point, Mr. Brown asked Mr. Lattamore to leave the table and Mr. Lattamore attacked Mr. Brown. Mr. Lattamore was also charged for punching a patron of the Alec Arms Hotel a few hours earlier. Garnet Grant, 46, of Lethbridge charged with theft over and making violent threats was remanded in custody until Monday for a bail application hearing. Mr. Grant is charged with stealing from Gordon Deugau of Lethbridge on Dec. 15 and using threats-of violence against Mr. Deugau on Feb. 5. Organization urged to protect farm land PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Farmers and ranchers must organize if they hope to protect their land from public encroachment and non- agricultural uses, says Dixon Thomson of the University of Calgary. Dr. Thomson, a former Pincher Creek resident, told 45 members of the Foothills Protective Association Thurs- day farmers and ranchers must be prepared for an influx of things that have no value to agriculture. He said new roads that will be built to accommodate the non agriculture land use events will take prime land out of production. A member of the university department of environmental design. Dr. Thomson said he doesn't favor large land purchases, claiming small Family farm operations use land to the optimum. He urgecl all people to read he proposed Alberta Land Jse Act and many of the briefs presented to the Alberta Land Use Forum. Then they should decide what action is needed to protect heir rights. The association, unhappy with recent court cases which lave freed persons charged with hunting on private land, will contact the Western Stock Jrowers' Association for issistance in getting laws 'hanged to protect the lan- lowner. A new executive and board f directors for the associa- ion was installed Thursday. )oug McClelland of Beaver rtines was named president, Russell of Twin ice president, and Dick raham of Pincher Creek, ecretary treasurer. The directors elected in- lude Rick Jack, Leonard PLANS BEATIFICATION VATICAN CITY (CP) 'ope Paul will beatify Mother )ugenie, a 19th-century 'rench nun who founded the rder Sisters of the ssumption, in Saint Peter's asilica on .Sunday, Agence rance-Presse reported Thur- day. The order, founded by nne-Eugenie Milleret de rou in 1839, now numbers 0 in 30 countries. Hochstein, Scott Hammond and Rob. Mitchell of Pincher Creek; William Mahalsky of Lundbreck, Howard Davis of Cowley, Ross Jensen of Lundbreck, Ed Schmidt and Charlie Russell of Twin Butte. Patterns New Doll Delights Keep a little girl busy dress- ing her 1114 teen doll. Save a small fortune crochet new smart fashions of fingering yarn. Pattern 7362: pants, hotpants, city shorts, cape, potholder vest, tunic, dress, long dress, shawl. JI.OO for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress -Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario, MIT 4P7. WANTED TO RENT Approximately sq. ft. of Prime Ground Floor Office Space. Reply to Box 124 Sears SATURDAY CIALS LIMITED QUANTITIES -STARTS A.M. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY! "PLUSHTONE" FURNITURE THROWS Brown, olive, tangerine, gold. Machine wash and dry. Laminated back. Chair Reg. Large Chair Reg. Reg. Large Sofa Reg. T98 1498 1998 2398 Drapery Dept. Table Tennis 599 Includes four bats, six balls and net. Reg. Sporting Goods 5 Ft. Step Ladder 16" Standard duty aluminum ladder. Reg: Paint Dept. Ceramic Bathroom Wall Tile sq.ft. sheets. Pink only. Reg. sq. ft. Building Materials Long Robes 4" 100% nylon quilted, in pink only. Reg. At Home Wear Winnie The Pooh Pyjamas 449 Two styles. Two piece with feet. Sizes 2-4-6-8. Reg. Infants' and Children's Wear Tru-San Automatic Toilet Sanltlzer 99 Reg. Plumbing a Heating Yarn 449 For projects. 2 oz. skein. Good selection of colors. Reg. Sewing Notions Junior Bazaar Pantyhose <4 22 (125-155) Ibs. Reg. Hosiery Dept. Pan Set 449 Reg. Plumbing Heating Ceramic Bath tub Edging Kit ,99 To fit standard five foot tub. Blue, beige, black, white. Reg. Building Materials Long Robes to 100% acetate quilted, in blue and coral. S, M, L and Extra L. Reg. to Al Home Wear Girls' Ski Sets 999 Sizes 7-14. Navy, raspberry and maroon. Reg. Girls'Wear Girls' Snowmobile Suits 6" Navy with white trim. Sizes 7 and 8. Reg. Girls'Wear T-Fal Saucepans 32 oz. with lid. Reg. 54 oz. with lid. Reg. 96 oz. with lid. Rg. Housewares Dept. 799 8" 10" 2 Record Albums 99 c each Special two record album set by some of the greatest artists in the music field. Country Gold, Golden Country Gospel or 24 Million Sellers. Record Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Enjoy it now! Use your All Purpose Account. At Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee. Satisfaction or money rtfundcd. Store Hours: Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 ;