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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, February 27, Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS KING Passed away in the city on Thursday, Febraury Mrs. Nora King at the age of 78 years of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr, Floyd King. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C6782 WIEBE Passed away in Coaidale on Tuesday, February following a lengthy illness, Mr. Abram Jacob Wiebe at the age of 86 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Katerina Wiebe of Coaldale. Born and raised in the Ukraine, educated Russia, the late Mr. Wiebe came to Canada in 1930 settlr ing in Saskatchewan. In 1947 he moved to Coaldale, where he had resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is also survived by three sons, Mr. Abram Wiebe of Vancouver, .B.C., Mr: Dan Wiebe of Delburne, Mr. Rudy Wiebe of Edmonton; three daughters, Mrs. G. (Tina) Fiedler of Coaldale, Mrs. E. (Mary) Fiedler of Kelowna, B.C.. Mrs. N. (Elizabeth) Veer of Lethbridge; twenty- eight grandchildren: eighteen great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by one daughter. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, March 1, the Men- nonite Brethren Church, Coaldale. with Rev. Rudy Heidebrecht officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Coaldale Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors 'of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C6778 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC IDDYOIITRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 303 5lh Street South NUtcalf Building PHONE 328-7684 DEATHS KEBUS Passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, February 25, 1975, Mr. Joseph Kebus at the age of 53 years, beloved husband of Mrs: Maria Kebus of 1307 13th Avenue North. Born and raised in Poland the late Mr. Kebus came to Canada in 1949 to the Diamond City district and later in the same year moved to Lethbridge where he had resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife, he is also survived by one son, Joseph of Lethbridge; two daughters, Anna Marie and Sophie Marie at home; two brothers in Poland. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Friday, February 28, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 70S 13th St. N. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Saturday, March 1, 1975, in St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Catholic Church with Father L. Syvenkey and Father Diadio Celebrants. Interment will 'ollow in the family plot Mount Calvary section Moun- ain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- ice. Phone 328-2361. C6780 DEATHS SMITH William Charles beloved husband of Mrs. Clar Smith, passed away in Cardston on Wednesday February 26th, 1975 aged 90 years. Funeral an nouncements later by the SALMON Funeral Home Ltd. Cardston. C6776 GOLDIE Passed away suddenly in the city on Wednesday, February 26 1975, Mr. James Swan Goldie at the age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen (Nellie) Goldie of 1212 7th Avenue South. Born and rais- ed in Scotland, the late Mr. Goldie came to Canada with his parents in 1913 to Lethbridge. He was employed with Ellison Milling Co. for twenty nine year retiring in 1969 and had resided in the city until his passing. He was a member of the Lethbridge Native Friendship Centre. Besides his loving wife he is also survived by two sons, Mr. William James Goldie of Pic- ture Butte, Mr. George Goldie of Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. Dan (Jean) Wilson of eleven grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Annie Manolescue and Mrs. H. (Davina) Andre both of Edmonton, Mrs. Janet Koch of Calgary, Miss Margaret Goldie of Lethbridge; one brother, Mr. William Goldie of Lethbridge; one nephew, Mr. Arthur Bedster of Lethbridge and several other nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one sister Jean in 1972. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, March in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service, 'hone 328-2361. C6781 DEATHS ftn MOUNT Passed away suddenly in the city on Wednesday, February 26, 1975, Mr. George Wil- liam Mount at the age of 60 years of 23119th St. N., belov- ed husband of the late Mrs. Jean Mount. Born, raised and educated in Lethbridge, the late Mr. Mount served overseas with the Calgary Highlanders for six years dur- ing Second World War. Following the war he returned to Lethbridge, where he had resided until his passing. He was a member of Miners' Library. He is survived by one son, Mr. Reginald Mount of Lethbridge; four grandchildren; one sister, Miss Eva Mount of Lethbridge; one brother, Mr. Edwin Mount of Calgary. He was predeceased by his wife in 1942, also one son and one brother. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, February 28, 1975, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. s., with Rev. L. Frank Lee of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Field of Honor, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C6779 IN MEMORIAM WOLFE In memory of a dear grandmother, Mary Ann1, who passed away February 27, 1972. All our lives we loved you io, And even though you're gone, Each and every one of us, Keep you in our minds. remembered and loved by Merna, Ronnie, Rick, Tammy and Tracey. 1246 DEATHS Classical Record Sale On this famous Angel label from Capitol Records West Meets East. Vol. Menuhin, Ravi Shankar, Rakha. Beethoven: Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. Gilets, piano, The Cleveland Orch., Szell, cond. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G, Six Variations On A Turkish March, Op. Cleveland Orch., Szell, cond. Beethoven: Concerto No. 5 in t: Flat Cleveland Orch., Szell, cond. Bcahms: Double Concerto In A Minor, Op. Rostrops- vicn, Cleveland Orch., Szell. cond. Brahms: Violin Concerto In D Op. Cleveland Orch.. Szell, cond. Rimsky-Korsakov; Scheherazade. Borodin: Polovtsian ago Symphony Orch., Ozawa, cond. Stravinsky: Petrouchka and Fire- Symphony Orch., Guilini, cond. Parkening Plays Parkening. guitar. Schuberl: Symphony No. Cleveland Orch., Szell. cond. Dvorak: Cello Concert and Silent Pre, Chicago Symphony, Barenboim, cond. Brings you a Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. Orch., Klemperer. Vivaldi: The Four osi di Roma, Fasano, cond. Rossini Overtures Philharmonic Orch.. Von Karajan. cond. Sibelius: Symphony No. monic Orch., Von Karajan, cond. Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, German Dances; Handel: Water Mus- Philharmonic Orch., Von Karajan, cond. In The Spanish Parkening, guitar. New England Conservatory Rag-' time The Red Back Book, Scott Jopiin, Chopin For A Summer Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orch.. Dragon, cond. Warsaw Pennar- Bowl Symphony Orch. Into The Fox. Pennarlo Plays Pennario Hollywood Bowl Sym- phony Orch., Newman, cond. Scott Jopiin: Palm Leaf Grierson, Southland Singers, George Sponhaltz, cond. EACH Favourite Classics For The Leonard Pennario, piano. Duels With The Spanish Laurlndo Almeida, Martin Ruder- man. Sail! Terri. 'Duets With The Spanish Guitar, Album Almeida. Virgil Fox Play Fox. The Great Bowl Symphofiy Orch.. Slatkin, cond. Mozart Horn Brain, Philharmonic Orch.. Kar- ajan. Soviet Army Chorus and Band. Dvorak: Symphony No. 5. Smetana, Moldeau. Von Karajan. Prokofiev: Peter and The Haydn; Toy onic Orch.. Von Karajan. Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker. Romeo and Orch., Marketvitch. Chopin Chopin Six Polonaises solo by Malcuzysnki. Tchaikovsky: The Swan Sleeping Orch. Von Karajan. At The Drop Ot A and Swann. Puccini: Madame issi Bjoerli Vaughan Williams: Fantasia On A Theme By Tallis Sinlonia 01 Lon- don, Barbiroili, cond. Red Army Ensemble. Handel Edited By Boyling: The Water Festival Orch., Yehudi Menuhin. Red Army Ensemble. Vol. Soviet Army Chorus and Band. Bizet: Carmen Highlights Maria Callus. Gedda, Massard, Guiot, Par- is Opera Orch., Pretre, cond. Handel: Messiah Schwarzkopf. Puccini: Tosca Callas. Orfl: Carmina Phil- harmonic Orch. and Chorus, de Burgos, cond. Beethoven: Concerto In D Yehudi Menuhin. Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance Philharmonic, Barb- iroili. cond. Wesl Meets East, Vol. Rakha, Shankar. Hoist: The Philhar- monic Orch., Boult, cond. Beethoven: Baren- bolm, piano. Erik Salle: Piano Music. Vol. -olinl. Diano. Enjoy it now! Use your Alt Punxae Account. At Simpsons-Sears you get guarantee. Safltfactlon or money raftintfetf. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. HETHERINGTON Mrs. Ellen Elizabeth Hetherington beloved wife of the late Mr. William Milliard Hetherington, passed away in Ottawa on Sunday, February 23rd, 1975, at the age of 94 years. The late Mrs. Hetherington is survived by one son, Cameron and one grandson Ross both of Ot- tawa. She was predeceased by her husband in 1966 and by one son Bernard in 1967. The funeral service will be helofin Reardon's Funeral Chapel on Friday, February 28th, at a.m., with Rev. Father Tim Boyle officiating. Inter- ment to follow in Taber Memorial Garden. Funeral arrangements by REARDON'S FUNERAL SERVICE, Taber. C6775 WAY Austin Clifford, beloved husband of Mrs. Rose Way, of Shaughnessy, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, February 25, 1975 aged 72 years. Mr. Way was born at Carmen, Manitoba and in later years took up farming at Balwinton, Saskatchewan and then moved to B.C. where he worked in the Vancouver shipyards until 1945. He was married to Rose Lane in 1944 and in 1945 they moved to Sundrie, Alberta until 1957, when they moved to Shaughnessy where Mr. Way worked for the Canadian Sugar Factory for 10 years. Besides his loving wife, Rose, he leaves two sons, Kenneth of Barons and Dennis of Edmon- ton; two granddaughters; two brothers, Clarence of Ed- monton and Herbert of Shaughnessy. He was predeceased by one son Leonard in 1968. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the CHRISTENSEN Chapel on Saturday at p.m. Rev. Wm Calderwood officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6777 EVANS Mary, beloved wife of the late Martin Evans of Lethbridge, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Nursing Complex, Tuesday, February 25, 1975, at age 83 years. She was born in Brezovica, Czechoslovakia, June She came to Canada in 1912 to Michel, B.C. She also resided at Armstrong, B.C., Chapel Rock in Lundbreck district and for the past year was a resident of the Crowsnest Pass Nursing Home! She was predeceased by her husband Martin in 1965 in Lethbridge; one daughter, Anne Hucik in Michel, B.C. in 1913 and three step sons and a brother in Pennsylvania, one brother in Czechoslovakia and one sister. She was a member of Canadian Slovak Benefit Society. Survivors include three sons, Louis Hucik, Blairmore, Pete Hucik, Lundbreck, William Hucik, Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. M. (Emily) Leskosky, Burmis; one step son Martin Evans of Calgary, one step daughter, Mrs. Katie Gibson of Blairmore, one brother in Czechoslovakia, 20 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren. Prayers will be said in.St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blairmore, Friday evening p.m. Requiem Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blairmore, at a.m., Saturday, March 1st. Interment will follow in family plot St. Anne's Catholic Cemetery, Blairmore. FANTIN'S CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. In lieu of flowers persons wishing may make donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, Flora Mickels, Blairmore, marking donations "In memory of Mary Evans." C6774 IN MEMORIAMS Store Hours: Open Daily a.m. to Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 IN MEMORIAM RESKANSKI In loving memory of a dear husband, 'ather and grandfather, Louis ieskanski, who died on February 27, 1973. To your place of rest I travel, And flowers I place with care But no one knows the hear- tache, As I turn to leave you there. No longer in my life to share, But in my heart you are always there. The wound is deep and will not heal, Only God knows how I feel. You shared my love, my hopes, my tears. Thank you, Louis, for the many happy years. missed and lovingly remembered by his wife, Jim, Fred and Margaret Ann and grand- children, Paul, Suzanne and Lisa.. C6759 VARZARI In loving memory of a dear mother anc grandmother, Annie V Varzari, who passed away February 27, 1967. While she lies in peaceful sleep, Her memory we shall always keep. remembered by son George, Mary and family. C6760 EDWARDS In memory of my father, Chief Edwards, who passed away February 27, 1974. I live alone, in a crowded corner of your heart, Between yesterdays mis- takes and tomorrows regrets. Between your eternal smile of love, And the hopefulness of your future. Farewell, keep smiling For I fear, someday You too, shall live alone. remembered by his daughter, Doll. 1301 CARDS OF THANKS BROWN I would like to thank all my doctors and nurses on Second main east of St. Michael's Hospital, also my .friends and relatives for the flowers, cards and gifts. Janet Brown. 1258-27 SINCLAIR My sincere and heartfelt thanks to all my friends for the flowers, food, and cards, and kind thoughts during the recent loss of my dear mother. Thanks to the doctor and staff of the Municipal Hospital also to Captain Ron Butcher. Your kindness will always be remembered. Alec X700 Cost increasing for art gallery The Southern Alberta Art Gallery Association hopes to have an art gallery operating in the old city library in Gait Gardens by the fall, associa- tion president Van Christou said today. Dr. Christou said the association will present a brief to city council March 10 seeking funds for renovation of the library and operation of a gallery through a recently announced provincial culture and recreation cost-sharing program. Cost of the renovation is es- timated at about double estimates the art gallery group received when it first won use of the old library from the city nearly a year ago. The cost of running an art gallery program for a year is put at Most of the costs can be covered through the new provincial program and other provincial and federal funding sources for art galleries, Dr. Christou said. The association re-elected most of its executive at a meeting Wednesday. Besides Dr. Christou, they are: Charles Crane, vice- president; Isabel Hamilton, 2nd vice-president; Pat Holland, treasurer; Lynn Mah, secretary, and Duncan Rand, recording secretary. The directorship of the association was increased to 30. Taber council considers 20 per cent water hike TABER (HNS) Water rates here are due for a 20 per cent increase. This week Town Secretary Treasurer T. M. Anton was directed to present a schedule if rate increases to council Vlarch 10. Council is consider- ng a 20 per cent increase. At present the residential ate is for 800 cubic feet paid quarterly, the minimum :harge. An additional cubic feet would cost 40 cents )er 100 cubic feet. The next WO cubic feet would cost 25 Hospital still can't cite cars cents per 100. The quarterly charge for 000 cubic feet of water is 115.30. The next cubic feet would cost at 10 cents per 100 cubic feet. It will be the first increase in water costs here for some five years and is needed to balance the water department budget. Increased costs of materials and labor prompted the move, Mr. Anton said. The increase will be applied to domestic, commercial and industrial services. It will affect industrial sewer charges which are based on the cost of water used. In other business, council approved the purchase of a five foot rotary mower. Welfare cheques being mailed No disruption in the mailing of provincial health and social development public assistance cheques is ex- pected here, department of- ficials said today. The department announced that cheques, including provincial pension cheques for the blind, the disabled and supplementary allowance pension payments, will not be put in the mail in Calgary and Edmonton because of the selective strike by members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. .But the strike has not affected the Lethbridge post office and cheques will be mailed as usual. In Calgary and Edmonton recipients are being asked to pick up their cheques at central locations. A request to the city for authority to ticket cars park- ed in the Municipal Hospital's front driveway was refused. No reason was given, Lethbridge Municipal Hospital board members were told Wednesday. A letter to the hospital board said council passed'a resolution to refuse the board's request. One board member said this request Was the second application for authority to ticket unauthorized parked cars, the first time being last year. The latest request refused by city council, in January, had both the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and St. Michael's Hospital joining together by letter to ask for ticketing authority. Special religion classes fail A move to require religious training for prospective teachers in Catholic schools has apparently failed, the Separate School Board was told in a meeting Wednesday. Brief discussion followed a report from Mr. Himsl of his failure to convince provincial education authorities that special religious courses be given university students training for jobs in the separate system. Mr. Himsl said members of the teacher education and cer- tification committee of the provincial education depart- ment met with him in Edmon- A decision was made at the ton, giving the request a per- Municipal Hospital board functory reception, meeting Wednesday night to make a third request to the city, this time in person. "We are hopeful St. Michael's Hospital will also "Everybody was very nice. I didn't get anywhere." "Not too much is going to he said, adding that separate boards in the send a delegate to city council province have been making on one hospital trustee similar requests "since day said. From Lethbridge toLucerne OnlyVQisVQ CanadafcVQ the workfc largest selling Canadian Whisky. ;