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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Of JLjeatns, era's, JM. emonams CARDS OF THANKS LAIISON I wish to express liny sincere thanks to my doctors, i the muses and staff of the Lcth- j bridge Municipal Hospital for (heir kindness shown me while a patient there. To Iricnds who 1 visited me, sent flowers, gifts ajid get well cards. Thank you all very much. j W. J. Larson Tursdny, Mirunry 11, 1972 TH! trTHBRIDCE MERAIO 19 Insignia change takes racial turn OTTAWA (OP) A dispute over a change in the on some RCMP buildings and vehi- cles took a frankly racial turn -Monday with a Conservalive ar- i that (Jie government is ho told Mr. Tnideau. "Slop er- oding our symliolp Mr. Trudcau was excused from answering by Speaker Lu- cicn Lamcilrcux who said Mr. Ilees had not spoken in "the trying lo erode the symbols of i spirit of the queslion period." BIRTH DEATHS 7.01IICI.L and .Mrs.' STOODAUT Passed away Jack Xobell of llajmond wish, in the tliy on Tuesday, Feb. to announce lhc birlh o! IlK'ir; 1972, Mrs. Helen Stoddarl, n, (Irani Albert, born Fchru-: al lhc age of 7U years, beloved nn 11, ___ n J FUNERALS ANDERSON _ Funeral i FUNERALS Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- "ASZAHD-Wc to ll.ank ary 201 h. DEATHS CR01V _ Gail. ed away on Walurdav, Febru- ary 2litli, Iil72. al trie' age of 31 years, Funeral arrange- aunt of Mrs. A. IDorcenl Gal- Uinl of 121-1 Hli F... FilneraJ aiTangeiuenls will be an- nounced when c c m p 1 e t e d. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Diroc- j lei's of Funeral Service. i VOYTKO Passed away in ments will v.hcn [he cily on Tuesday, February completed. C H R I S T F, NSE.N 1572, Mr. Stephen Peter Voytko, at Ihe age of 57 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dor- vice for Miss Florence Lvdia i al Service, was in charge o[ our neighbors and friends for the Anderson, Warner resident who Ihe arrangements. I a" hcl'wdr died in Ihc city Tuesday, Feb. j _ SCOVIM.E Funeral serv-jsion: especially we thank the ice for Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth I teachers and all concerned at (Lizzie) Scoville, beloved wife j Ihe Town of Foremost for Ihe of the lale Asa P. Scoville who community shower; lo the child- English Canada. In a queslion lo Prim-! Minis- ter Trudcau, George Hccs (Prince Edu-ard-Haslings) won- 22, 1972, at Ihe age of sn years, was held al. 2 ]t.m. Friday in the Warner Memorial Evangel- ical Church with Rev. D. E. Sipes officiating. Pallbearers were Ralph Millhaeni. Edward Slobcda, Benoit Crotcau, Hugh Dickson, Rome .Mueller and dicd z{ Raymond -Sunday, Feb. 20, 1972. a[ Hie age of '14 years, rcn who my daughter taught and those she did not but look Hie w-s held at n m Wcdncs- l'mc present a delightful pro- LticKson, name iiiueuei aim; 197-2 in Ibe Tavlor I gram of song. Your generosity Jack CaiTJr Intel rnenl.wa.SiJ' friendliness was greatly ap- in Hio familv n nt in Ilif U :ir- .JltlKC Uliapl-1, IlilulloIIU. Wllll SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., In Charge of Arrange- ments. Funeral arrangements will be announced w h en completed. I .MOimt-j Elizabeth Lilly, MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- 1 passed away in Stirling on j tors of Funeral Service. Monday, February 1972. at the age of 89 years, beloved mother of Mrs. Margaret in the family plot in Ihe War tier Cemeiajy. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. in charge of the ar- rangements. and Edith Haszard. WYLLIE Funeral service for George Brook Wyllie, be- HAWKINS Robert Zaugg of Stirling. The remains, Stanley, passer.! away in Card- are being forwarded lo j slon, on Monday, February 28, for funeral sen-ices. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL C438 loved husband of the late Mrs. Sarah Wyllie who died in the cily Wednesday, Fell. 23, 1972, at the age of 64 years, be- loved father of Harold Hawkins Slake Chapt.. .._.____......... Bishop Ronald Watson official- jl ing. Pallbearers were grand-' sons Grant, Randy, Reed. Gor-l don and Conrad Scoville, Roger.. _____ Douglas and Jack Holt, Bill Dr.r.NKGARD _ I wish to Preston, and Mark, Monte and nlv also sisters, Dick Hall. Interment was in the mn.scs staf[ on second main The issue had been brought up earlier by Patrick Xowlan Valley) in a motion calling for an invcsliga- dercd if Ihe government into the changes by [he ized Ihe symbolic importance of I Commons justice comniitlec. the RCMP in English-Canadian i The motion was rejected by liistory. j the Literals bul not before Mr. ''We respect your Nowlan had cited "provocative" remarks by Mr. Tradeau and "confeed and incredible" planalions by Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer. Mr. Tnideau said Friday Conservatives arc spreading lies about the change in the symbols for Ihe Mounties. Mr. Nowlan described the change as surreptitious, to w-iiicli a shout from the Liberal replied that tho change had been made three years ago. Signs have been changed on RCMP buildings and cars to emphasize the word police. family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was charge cf the arrangements. HOME LTD., In Charge of For- of Hill Crest. Funeral arrange- warding Arrangements. menls will be announced when C43G i c o m p 1 e I e d. CI11USTENSEN jSALMON FUNERAL HOME (LTD., in charge of arrange- McMUItrtAY _ Helena Har- riet, passed away in Calvary, I mcnts. on Saturday, February 1972 at the age o[ 81 years. Funeral services will be held C437 after a brief illness al lhc age of 86 years, was held al Ave. S., wilh Rev. R. E. (Ted) j Eskdale officiating. Pallbcar- ers were Jack Askew, Andrew ory of a dear mother and Brand- IN MEMORIAL ItOVACS In loving mem- at St. Michr.cl's Hcspital. for all the good care and kindness shown to me during my illness; also thanks [o relatives, neigh- bors and friends for flowers, I cards, gifts and visils. Thanks lo the ministers who called on me. Thanks to all. Degnegard. I 7591 Donaldson, Allan Hanna- Alex Semeniuk, William Vasclcnak, and Elgin Wilson. Interment _ Passed awav in was in lhc Pfot m in the Alberta Stake Chapel on Wednesday, March 1 al 1 p.m., with Bisliap Bryce Cahoon offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society Rooir of Ihe 0 h u r c h. ClililSTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C434 BIANCIIF Passed away In the city on Sunday, Feb.' 27, 1972, following a leugtby ill- ness, Mrs. Ena Adelaide Bi- anchi, at Ihe age of 59 years, beloved wife of Mr. Victor Bi- anchi of Knappe, Alberla. Born in England, the lale Mrs. Bi- arrchi came to settle in Burdctt with her parents arid received her education Uierc which she later completed in Calgary. In 1939 she wenl lo St. Kilda lo leach school, and has resided there ever since. She was a member of the Hillsview Wom- en's Institute and a member ol the Anglican Church. Besides Victoria. B.C., Saturday, Feb- ruary ai., 1972, afler shon ill- ness, Mrs. Alice Blance of Vic- loria, B.C. Born ui London, England in 111133 came to High River in 1910 and moved to Spring Coulee in 1922 and re- sided llicre until moving lo Vic- toria in 1932. Mrs. Blance is survived by her sister, Mrs. Ham- Heame of Lethbridgc. Funeral services were held to- day in Victoria. 7633A SMITH Passed away sud- denly in the cily on Friday, Feb. 25. 1972, Mr. Forrest Tel- ford Smith at the age of years of 1244 5th Avenue A S., beloved husband of the lale Mrs. Ann Smith. The fu- ncral sen-ice will be held on Wednesday at p.m., in M a r t i n" Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., wilh Re-. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Cremation will follow. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C439 tain View Ccmelary, Martin mother, Lidia Kovacs, who pass- WITHOUT TOIiS ed away February 27, 1967. remembered by Seventeen million persons in Carol, Darren and Karen. (Indonesia's 44.6-million work 7570 force arc jobless. PRESCRIPTIONS DRUG MART GRL'XLVGEK Passed away in Magralh on Sunday, Feb. 27, 1972 following a brief her loving husband she is sur- jlrs Theresa Gnmin- vived by. two daughters. Mrs. j gcr a[ tne age Or 73 years, be- T. (Joyce) Zasaduy. Grand o[ Mr_ gicvc Grun. Prairie. Mrs. R. (Lorraine) Lo-: of jiap-alh. Prayers will riemeirc. Ladner. B.C.; one son 011 Tuesday Mr. Richard Bianchi, Coults, j ni p jn Martin Bros. and five grandchildren, The fu- neral sen-ice will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in M a r I i n Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, wilh Rev. E. Gra- r.am Dickie officiating Inter- ment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends L. Cassidy ceicbraiil. Inler- inent will tollow in the Mag- rath Cemetery. MARTIN may paj IJieir respects at Mar- rjp.fjs I TD Directors of Fll- lin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP-reial CMO EL. 703 13 SI. N. phone _____ MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. Requiem Slass will be celebrated on Wednesday at a.m., in St. Basil's Cath- olic Church, wish Rev. Father 2.161. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C441 WOLl-'h Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, Feb. 27, 1972, following a brief illness, Mrs. Maiy Ajm Wolfe, al Uie i .sislers, Charlie Bull Shields, age of 7B years of Calgary' be- Herbert Bull Shields. Lena Bull UT.1.L RHl'ELDS Aclelina. (Day passed away in Edmonton on Saturday, Febru- ary 26lh. al Ihe age of 31 years. Survivors include her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shields; nine brothers and loved wife of lhc Mr. John Andrew Wolfe. Born in Aber- deen. South Dakola, the late Mrs. Wolfe moved lo Saskat- Sbiclds, Roger Bull Shields, Woodrow Bull Shields, Darlene Bull Shields, Andrew Bull Shields ,-nd Man- Ann Spear chewan in 1909. She was mar-1 Chief. Requiem Mass will be ried lo the lale Mr. John An-' said in SI. Catherine's Calholic drew Ylolfe 'n IU12 and they i Church in Standoff on Wcdnes- hoiuei-lcadcd in lhc Foremost day, March Isl at 10 a.m.. with district prior ID and later] Falhcr J. Regnier as celebrant, moved lo lo.vn. She laler Interment will follow in Ihe moved lo Taher v.hne she re- S I a n d o f f Cemetery. Prayers sided for five vcars and (or Ihe will he said Tuesday night 31 past two vc-ars has resided in lhc home. CHRISTENSEN Calgary. She was a member oi' SALMON Fl'NERAL l.hcDC.W.L'" Forem'iii.1 and T.i-i LTD.. Directors of and a Member of the Sl'n "-r- nadi.in Red C-ro.v-f She is sur- vived by four tlailLJhUTS. Mrs. i Rose) LcistmoisliT. Kdmon- ten, Mrs. i Belly' S. Degcn- stein. KoremoM. Mrs. (Lillian) HOME Funeral FUNERAL EIlItKSON' Funeral f-erv for Arthur Ikluiird Eriek- R. Dre.iincn. Edmonlon. Mrs. j SOI, hushand of Mrs.; I Alice i N. A. Lonp. two Elizabeth Erirk.son o( 1710 nib sons. Mr. Ronald Stral- ford, Onl.. Mr. Jack Wolfe, Cal- gary; 20 grandchildren, 12 gi-eal-grandchildrcn: two sis- ters ar.d Iwu brothers. She was predeceased by her loving hus- band in 1951. her daughter, Mr.ry nnd one sislcr oral Iwo broth- ers. Prayers will In1 said nn Tuesday Monighl) al p.m., in JTarlin Ilros TliADITION- AL CHAPEL. 1112 Avenue S. Requiem will be cele- brated on VYeihiCMlay al p.m.. in Our ol Perpe- tual Help Catholic Church, i Forcmosl, nilh Rev. Falher L. I Roslainp, ccloliranl. Inlcrmc'iil will follow in the family plol. Forcmosl (Vinclcry. In lieu oft ST. GEORGE'S. Grenada flowers, d lends who wish may J ntcillcr) The. Grenada Uuiled donnle lo Ihe Canadian Cancer Labor party, led by Premier Socioly, Canadn Trusl was back inlo Bldfi., U'lhbridgc. MAItTIN l.isl in nencral BROS. LTD., nil-colors of Fn- rlcclions held in I his Caribbean ncral Service. l.'IW Ave. S, who died here Friday, Feb. 25. 1972, at Ihc age of K2 years, iv.is helri al 2 p.m. Mon- day. Feb. 2fl. 1S72. ill ilie 10th Abe. LDS Chapel wilh Bishop Cliff Peterson officiating. Pall- bearers were Larry Erickscn j Norman Ponlson, ixvif Trock- slad, Ronald Ogden. Ellon and j .lack Ducll. Inlerment was in Ihe family plol in Arehmonnt .Memorial Gardens. Chrislon.son Siibnoii Funeral Home Ltd.. Di- rcL'lors cf lruiicral Scrvitc. was in cliarge of the arrangements. Govt. returned SIMPSONS r HEAVY DUTY OIL 2 GALLON CAN Reg. QUART ceed all new car war- ranty Reg. 65c. You can liigli prices for service slalion oil. Why wnsto money. Simpsons-Sears Heavy Duty Oil low price provej you'll be smarl lo get your oil from us. U can be used for your firs! oil change and for following oil changes. Available in 10-20-30. S.A.E. Approved. igAs i Save 20 Replaced FREE if if Falls, nslalled FREE if Simpsons- Sears installed it. Reg, 9.98 and up n Muffler Gunrnnlcft S will rcplacn jS mufllt, ol if l.lils Ilin d only applras 10 ilio orinlnol ruirchiscr nnd (lacs rot apply (r> commercial or .inrinjlnral usot. Insrallniinn crnrnos sin rxlr.i. except whoio orirjlnil Insullalirin M.IS pcrlormid .11 I Simpsonl, or fK i'mrnons.Sr.irs srrvlcn crnlrf O ('limped lor.k M.OKIS lo ciuuid orjninsl Icokagft and lilov.ouls. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 n.in. lo 6 p.m. Doily Thundoy cinti Friday unlil 9 p.m. _ Ccnlrr Villonr 2nd Avr. ;