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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta CAUDS Of THANKS CARDS OF THANKS Sbeatks, DEATH KURZE Havinj wrted for the Recreation Dqxitment in the city for the last twenty years, I would sincerely like to thank the local union, figure ROMANCHUK I------ thank the nurses for the wonderful ore I re- ceived after my operation m T Municipal Hos- thank the local union, figure the LeSibridge Municipal Hos- skatke club, minor hockey andipital. Thanks also to my very Sirs tfak I've worked with good friends aixl relatives for for the past years. It has been 1M IIJW I a treat pleasure to associate with them all. Thank you again. -Mas cards, flowers and gats. June Romanchuk Nbru.ry 10, 1971 THI lUHMIDd 27 PUBLIC 4796 MESZAKOS Joe and Di- me are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Jodi Lynn, 8 Ibs., 11 ozs., January 26 1971 at St. Michael's Hospi- tal. 4795 MOSS Tom and Caron are pleased to announce the arri- val of their son, William Wade on February 8, 1971. A brother for Susan. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Gordon, Lethbridge and Mrs. W. M, Moss, Foremost. Great grand- parents are Mrs. G. Coaldale and Mrs. rJhorne, Calgary. 4833 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Rio de Cardi nal de Barros Camara, arch- bishop of Rio de Janeiro, at the Skeffmglon 61 Belong socialist who was chairman of the Labor party last year. Halifax-Rev. Gordon Wesle Phapotts, 56, rector of S Paul's Anglican Church in Hau fax since 1964. HalilM-John Noble Foster 80 chairman of the board ant president of S. Cunard Co. Ltd He joined the fuel company 1919 and was appointed prea dent in 1957. THOMSON Friday, Febrj- aty 19, 1971, Kathleen Olive, iged 43 years, beloved wife r William Thomson, of No. 203' 1016 16 Ave. S.W., Calgary. orn and raised in Magrath, ie lived in Edmonton from 954 until moving to Calgary in 964 Besides her husband she survived by two sons, Thomas and DonaH, both at lome- her mother, Mrs. Ohve ames, Magrath, Alta.; four brothers, Larry, Vancouver, i.C., Dennis, Edmonton, Alta. and Garry and Terry, both in Australia; one sister, Mrs. Jay Marjorie) Dixon, Toronto, Ont Services at the Calgary Stake Centre, The Church d Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints 2021 17 Ave. S.W., Calgary on Monday at a.m., Bishop Gordon Atkins, Calgary Fourth flard officiating. Further ser vices at the LDS Church at Ma prath, Alberta on Monday a 3-00 p.m, Bishop L. V. Tame officiating. Interment Magrat Cemetery. The Garden Chape (Foster Funeral 540 1 Ave. N. W., Calgary, Directo VISIT SON STIRLING (HNS) Melba Hereet has returned from a vktwith a sen, Delton Her- get and his wife at Lincoln, Neb., where he is studying dentistry. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Maehinery-Tracteri-Trucks Induitrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolihon JENSEN Alfred, way at his home in Raymond oc Thursday, February 971 at the age of 81 years, be- oved husband of the late Mrs. ionita Jensen, of Raymond. ilr. Jensen was born in Aar- tus, Denmark, March Mtn 889 and immigrated to the United States then to Canada with his parents and brothers and sisters, coming to Ray- mond around the turn of the century. Here they farmed, Towing grain and beets or the old Knight Sugar Co. He was married to Bomta Critchfield in February of 1910. In 1925 he went to work for the Utah Idaho Sugar Factory and continued to work there until his retirement in 1954. He had continued to live in Raymond until the time of his passing. Left to mourn his passing are six daughters, Mrs. Fan-ell (Myrle) Oler of Stirling, Mrs. Cestai (Dorothy) Sudo and Mrs. Ben (Phyllis) Kindt.of Raymond, Mrs. Bert (Gladys) Lane and Mrs. Allan (LaRue) Ritchie of Bellevue, and Mrs. Carlos (Betty) Harris of Mag- rath- three sons, Alfred Dale of Lethbridge, Blair of Salt Lake City, and. Richard of CaJSary; 34 grandchadren; x grandchildren; two brothers, Henry and William of Ray- mond and two sisters, Mrs. Annie Fawns of Raymond and Carrie Jensen of Lethondge. He was predeceased by his wife. Bonita in Decemberol 1963 and by three brothers, James, Rass and Arthur. Fu- neral services will be held in the Raymond Second Ward LDS Chapel on Monday, Feb- ruary 22nd at 2 p.m., with Bishop George Bonne officiat- ing. Interment will follow m the Temple Hill Cemetery Family Plot. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Lounge R: im of' the church. Christeufen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral DeLAUW Passed away suddenly at the residence, on Thursday, February 18, 1971, Mrs. Adriana Maria Josephina deLmuw, at the age of 69 years, betoved of Mr. Antomus Cornelius Maria deLauw of jtoTBora in Holland in 1901, the late Mrs. deLauw came to the Picture Butte area with her husband in 1949 and after re- suMne in many areas of soufi- enTAlberta, they finally settled in Kipp in 1964. Besides her loving husband, she is survived bv two daughters, Mrs. A. (Jo- sephine) Thomas of Cowley and !to. C. (Louise) Bakke of Cal- eary; seven sons, Peter T. of Monarch, John A. of Windsor Ontario, Al M. of Carmangay Henrv J. and Tony J. both o Calgary, Frank T. of Kipp and Addle J. of Edmonton; 2 grandchildren; two sisters u Holland. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Monday, February 22, m M Basil's Catholic Church, witt the Rev. Father F. McCab celebrant. Interment to folio in Mountain View Cemeterj Friends wifl meet for prayer at p.m. on Sunday in S Basil's Church. Martin Bros Ltd, Directors of Funeral Ser vice. CAMPBELL I would like thank the Coaldale doctors and nursing staff for the good ire giveo to me while in the hospital. A special thanks to my friends and relatives for gifts, visits, cards, and phone alls. Campbell. 4797 FUNERALS MATSON I would like to hank my doctor and the ursing staff at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, for their care; also all friends, neigh- bors and relations, for the beau- tiful flowers, gifts and cards that were sent to me while a atlent in Lethbridge Munici- >al Hospial. Matson. 4796 KORTHUIS I would like to thank my doctors and staff of the second floor of the Mu- nicipal Hospital for the good care I received during my re- cent illness and to the people who sent cards, flowers and came to visit me. Special thanks to the people who took care of our children. and Mrs. Hairy Kort- huis and girls. 4800 We wish to ex- McNEELY We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses at the Mu- nicipal Hospital, Lethbridge, for their kindness shown to out beloved mother during her ill- ness. Our sincere appreciation to all our friends and relatives for their cards, floral tributes and messages of sympathy dur- ing our sad bereavement. A special thanks to the ladies who supplied and served lunch; also to Rev. John Elhard, the pall-] bearers. Lois and Joyce. Anne, Cecil and families. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Ir, tht rt PETER ROBERT SON. Hit City rt In the Province rf Albwti. who dud en thi M TAKE NOTICE ttlit III eUKm cHlms upon 'M Estate ol above ramed mint tile with the undtrjIjrKd sollcllws by 22nd day