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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta W.dneirJoy, tebruory 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 29 Car DEATHS Passed aivay in Ihe city on Wednesday, Febru- ary I'm, Mr. George Brook Wyllic of Khauglinessy, Funeral iirrangcmcnts will he announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. CUOA MIDDLETON Passed nway on Sunday, Febniary 20, 1972 at Carson City, Nevada, James Sahlen Middleton, aged 30 years, beloved husband ol Mrs. Jeanne Middleton of Car- sun City and beloved son of Mrs. C. S. Middleton of Fort Maclecd. Funeral services will be held in Christ Church (An- Fort Maclcod on Thursday, February 24 at 11 a.m.. Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment in Walarlon Lakes National Park. Friends who IN MEMORIAMS OOODIirt'K, William I n loving memory of dad, who pass- ed away February 2.1, 1902. remembered hy daugh- ter, Molly. 7302 WAR.NOCK In loving mem- ory of Waller Warnock, who passed away February 23, 19Sii. remembered by his son Lorcn, Mary and family. 7300 WARNOCK In loving mem- ory of a father and granddad. William Waller Warnock, who passed away February 23, 1935. Ever rcmcmborcd by Jim, Mclba and family. 7303 WARNOCK In loving mem- ory of a tlc'iiT husband, father wish may donate to the Cau'a" I Brandfaher. William Walter dian Cancer Society, care of Warnock, v.no passed away Feb Fort Macleod drug stores. F u n e a I arrangements by EDEN'S F U N E R A L HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C31G TYSON Passed away in I he city on Monday, February 21. 1972, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Jessie McKenzie Ty- son at the rge of Cl years, be- loved wife of Mr. Douglas Ty- son of IC36 Stafford Place. The funeral service will IK held on Thursday at p.m. in Ma-- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL. will] Rev. R. L. Crisfeld official ing Interment fol- low in Maintain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their re- E'.'sils a! Marlin Bros. MEM- OR1AL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C317 Passed away sud- denly in Hie city on Monday, February 21, 1972. Mr. W. Ashley Wlipelcr, al Ihe age of 62 years, husband of Mrs. Mar- garet Etta Wheeler of 2G8 7th Avenue A South. The funeral service will be held on Thurs- day at p.m. in Martin Tiros. TRADTIONAL CHAP- EL, 012 3 Avenue S., vrilh Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors o[ Funeral Service. C31B ANDERSON Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Fcb- ruary 22. 1972 following an ill- ness of several months. Miss Florence Lydia Anderson at the age of 58 years of Warner. Born and raised in Warner, the late Miss Anderson served with the R.C.A.F. during the Second World War, She returned to Warner and was a well known cashier in the District prior to retiring in 1971. She is sur- vived by tliree sisters, Mrs. E. J. (Elsie) Croteau, Creslon, Mrs. W. G. (Alice) Jones. War- ner, and Mrs. G. S. (Grace) Russell. Cbcmanius, B.C. She was predeceased by one sister, Mrs. HEZD! Evans. The funeral service "ill be held on Friday al 2 p.m. in the Warner Mem- orial Evangelical Church, with Rev. D. E. Sipes officiating. In- terment will follow in the fam- iily plot Warner Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- lors of Funeral Sen-ice. C310 CARDS OF THANKS Thank you to Hie residents of Raymond, Warner, Milk TCiver and Coults who in any way assisted in the billeting of students during Ihe Janur.ry snow storm. Your cooperation js appreciated, Committee. County d Warner No. ruary 23, 1935. Beautiful thoughts of one so doar Treasured lorever love sincere. Deep in our hsarts your mem- ory is kept We loved you too dearly to ever forget. Ever remembered by his wife, Helen: dcughier, 'Vera, Mick and family. 7305 SOSICK In loving memory of a dc2T son and brother, Barry, who passed away Feb- niary 23. 1908. Tha years are swiftly passing. But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you, Your memory lirgers yet. remembered, sadly missed by mom, dad, brothers and sislers. 7306 GOODIIICK In loving memory of a dear dad. William L. Goodriclt, who passed away Febniary 23, 19IS. Memories are the lamps That lights the darkest road, To beautiful hopes of reunion When we meet at (he end of the road. early remembered by Babs. 7352 McBEATH 111 loving mem- ory' of our dear mother and grandmother, Catherine Mc- Bcalh, who passed away Feb- ruary 23, 1960. Our hearts still ache with sor- row. And secrel tears still flow. For whal it meant lo lose you mother. No one will ever know. Each time we see your photo, You seem to smile and say Don't cry kids, I'm only sleep- ing, We'll meet again some day. remembered by daughters Mary and Rosie and their families. 7307 Calgariaus face liike in taxes CALGARY (CP) A lax in- crease o( more than eight mills, or S56 to the average homeowner, w a s indicated Tuesday when the eity brought Us 1972 budget. The increase would consist of 3.9 mills to pay for munici- pal services, more than two mills for education and about 2.4 mills for hospital. Mone of the increases have been confirmed. But if hospi- tal, school and city budgets are not trimmed the average prop- erty tax would reach The tax rate in 1371 was H.5 i mills. C3041 The budgft calls for munici- i pal expenditures of almost BUOWN We would like to million, up S9.S million from sincerely thank the Spring last year. Of Ihc increase, Coulee Community for putting I million was for wage in- the lovely lea in honor of' our eoth Wedding Anniversary and a big thank you lo all our relatives and friends who called In make this day so special to us Thanks to nil Tor cards and gills. and Craw. Brown. OR (OK I wish to I hank Ihe [loclors, nurses and staff of Ihc Municipal Hospital for the won- rierful care I received while here. Also thanks to my rc-la- visits, ives and [ricnds for cards, and flowers. Mrs. Margaret Olxr. 7M4 IN MEMORIAL (.OODIIICK In loving mc'm- .iry of n dear dad, William L. who passed away February Zl, Thorp is n link death cannot .sever, and lasl forever. rememlxTcd by Dorrj1 and Jock. 7301 ci'case to cily workers. Autos must bear date of assembly OTTAWA (CP) All cars made or imported into Canada since Jan. 1, 1H71 must haic a manufacturer's label rpccifving the assembly (late, UK trans- port department announced Tuesday. hi a news release, Ihe de- partment said Ihc regulation follows criticism that some cars being sold as new1 vehicles are actually a year old. Tile siln.il.ion was most se- rious in the case of some lor- oaRii makes in which manufac- turers did not have easily iden- tifiable style IUK! design changes from one ye.ir lo anolher The mnnufaduvinR date Is fixed lo Uie driver's door or doorpost. Metal detector installed Prison talks delayed at Edmonton air terminal Federal guards WHH eight EDMONTON melal, hijackers or bombers have detector "so sensitive it can