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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ,24 - THE LETHMID6E HMAID - Saturday, January % 1971 id, 'emonamA BIRTH GILLESPIE - Perry and Connie (nee Hirsche) happily announce the birth of a son, Steven Craig, 5 lbs., 5 oz., born December 26, 1970, at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, proud grandparents are Mrs. Milton Hirsche of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillespie of Temple City, California. J 563 DEATHS WON YOU - Charlie, passed away suddenly in Cardston on Thursday, December 31, 1970. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Cardston, arc in Charge of Arrangements. C1879 DEATHS GRONNA - Passed away In the city on Tuesday, December 29, 1970, Mr. Ole Gronna, at the age of 09 years, of 604 fl Street South. The funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, January 4, 1970, in the Memorial Chapel 703 13 Street North, with Rev. W. F. Schoepp officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1883 CARLSON - Thursday, December 31, 1970. Garth Ian Carlson, age two years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Carlson, Champion. Besides his parents he is survived by a brother, Graeme Clark; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Herving, Pincher Creek, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Carlson, Champion; great - grandmothers, Mrs. G. S. Kay, Vancouver, Mrs. D. Brown, High River, Alta. Services were held Saturday (today) at 1:30 p.m., Rev. R. M. Bateman officiated. Interment in Champion cemetery. Vulcan Funeral Home Ltd., in Charge of Arrangements. C1877 ANDERSON - Marc-en a, passed away in the city on January 1, 1971, at the age of 61 years, beloved mother of Mrs. Kay John of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when' completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Services. C18S0 WOLOSCHUK-Passed away in the city following a lengthy illness on Friday, January 1, 1971, Mr. Nick Woloschuk, at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Annie Woloschuk: of 1610 2nd Avenue North. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1886 CARDS OF THANKS IIAGEN - We would like to thank the doctors and nurses at the Pleasant View Lodge at Bow Island and all our Mends and relatives for the cards, food and flowers and those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. The Hagen family. 15588 PICKERING - Passed away in the city following a brief illness, on Friday, December 31, 1970, Mrs. Francis Pickering, At the age of 80 years, of 51) , 12 Street C North. Bora in Po-; land the late Mrs. Pickering came to the U.S.A. in 1906 moving to Vauxhall in 1921. In 1965 she moved to Lethbridge where she has resided until her passing. Survivers include two daughters, Mrs. Williom (Doris) Bolokoski of Lethbridge, Mrs. J. (Helen) Skidmore of Vauxhall; two sons, William of Lethbridge, and Henry' of Vauxhall; :� grandchildren and 20 greatgrandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. an Tuesday, January 5 in the Memorial Chapel 703 13 Street North, with Rev. R. E. Eskdale officiating. Interment will follow m Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1834 COX - Passed away in the city following a lengthy illness, on Thursday. December 31. 1970, Mrs. Greta Alta Cox, at. the age of 65 years, beloved wife of George T. Cox of 609 :il Street South. Born in Dune-din, Ontario the late Mrs. Cox came to Foremost in 1910 receiving her education in Leth-bitfjge. She graduated from the Royal Alexander Hospital in Edmonton in 1929 and was one of the few members to receive a life membership in the Royal Alex Alumni, she formed the Victorian Order of Nurses in Lethbridge and was past president of both the local and provincial Victoria Order of Nurses organizations, she was on the board of governors of Canada for five years, was a member of the Eastern Star and life member of the Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist Church of Canada, also served three years as consulting secretary of the Canadian Cancer Society of Lethbridge and has always l>een very active in the church awl community affairs. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one daughter. Miss Joan Cox of Calgary; one son, R. J. (Bob) of Cran- brook; two granddaughters, Rana and Stephanie of Cran- brook; eight sisters, Mrs. J. (Vera) Schofield of Crossfield, Alberta, Mrv Gladys Donaldson, Mrs. Myrtle Stiles, Miss Marjorie Mcthcral, Mrs. Gene Westcott, Mrs. R. (Mildred) Taylor. Mrs. Let ha Weyman and Mrs. A. (Claire) Hodgson and Mrs. A. i Claire > Hodgson and one brother. Mr. A J. (Bert) all of Calgary- The funeral sen-ice will be held at. 1:00 p.m 4 5 Avenue South, with Rev. G. R. j Ingram of 523 19th St. S. who Easter officiating. Interment I died in the city suddenly Mon-will follow in Mountain View 1 day, Dec. 28. 1970, was held at Cemetery. Those who wish' l::io p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 30, may donate to the Canadian i 1970, in St. Augustine's Angli-Cnncer Sociei\ can- of HKt Can-1 can Church with Rev. E. Doyle WEASEL FAT - Passed away on Thursday, December 31, 1970, Gerald Weasel Fat, aged 16 years, beloved son of Fred Weasel Fat of the Blood Reserve. At the time of his death he was a student at the Catholic Central High School, Lethbridge. He is also survived by three brothers, Ralph, Andrew and Gilbert and one half brother Bernard Tallman; two sisters, Mrs. Fanny Manybears and M a r 1 e n e, one half sis ter, Rosella Black Plume, all of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Card-aton, Tuesday at 11 a.m., Rev, A. McCuaig officiating. Interment in the Blood Band cemetery. A wake service will be held in St. Paul's Parish Hall on Monday at 7 p.m. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac-leod. C1878 BRYANS - Passed away in the city suddenly on Wednesday, December 30, 1970, Mrs Mabelle Bryans, at the age of 81 years, beloved wife of the late and well known Dr. W. E Bryans of this city. Bora in Owen Sound, Ontario the late Mrs. Bryans moved to Lethbridge in 1918 where she has continued to live and has been an active member of the community over the years. Surviv-ers include one son Edward Moore (Ted) Bryans of Montreal, Quebec; two grandsons and one brother Russell Shoul dice of Calgary. The funeral service was held at 1:30 p.m Saturday (today) January 2, at Martin Bros. Chapel 812 3 Av enue South, with Rev. R. W. K Elliott officiating. Interment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., | Directors of the Funeral Ster-i vice, C1882 ' PALLETT - Passed away ! suddenly in Edmonton, on j Thursday, December 31, 1970, j Mrs. May Elizabeth Pallett, at j the age of 78 years, of Leth- ! bridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. Alfred Pallett. Born in England the late Mrs. Pellett moved to the Lethbridge area in 1913 and has resided in Lethbridge for the past 35 years. At the time of her passing she was visiting in Edmonton. She was a member of the Moose Lodge and past noble grand Rebeccas Lodge both in Lethbridge. Sur-vivers include two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Taylor of Kirkland Lake, Ontario, and Mrs. Violet Izatt of Toronto. 'Die funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, January 4, in Martin Martin Bros. Chapel 812 3 Avenue South (please note courtesy parking rear of chapel), with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1885 Urban renewal completion set FUNERAL SHERMAN - Requiem mass for Albert Sherman, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Minnie Sherman who died at Car-mangay Monday, Dec. 28, 1970, after a sliort illness at the age of 84 years, was held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Barons, with Rev. Pat O'Donoghur the celebrant. Pallbearers were Al Miller, D. Linn, A. Renner, John Picha, Martin Thompson and C. Peterson. Interment will be in Fingal, N. Dak., with remains forwarded by Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. HEPP'S AUTO WRECKERS -One mile east of stockyards on jail road would like to ex tend to it's many friends and customers a very Happy and Prosperous New Year. -Hepp's Industries Box 577, Lethbridge, Alta. 1558 SANDBERG-I wish to extend my sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care given me while I was a patient there. Also thanks to the staff at Juniors, and all my relatives and friends who sent flowers, gifts and cards, and to all those who visited me. I would also like to extend a Happy and Prosperous New Year to you all. -Mrs. Irene Sandberg. X1776 CRANBROOK (Special) - Year - end report to the Regional District of East Koote-nay board of directors by administrator Frank Bertoia, agent for the Crowsnest Pass urban renewal was optimistic renewal will be completed in 1971, Budgeted at $2,092,209 in 1967 and authorized and financed one - half by the federal government, one - fourth the pro-v i n c i a 1, and the remaining fourth by the Distinct of Spar-wood and it's eastward Electoral A area, Elk Valley to Flathead, it is a unique application of this federal legislation. British Columbia's south e r n Trans - Canada highway enters from Alberta through a narrow pass of ribbon development of three adjoining communities, Natal - Middletown -Michel which are steeped in 70 years of coal and coke operations along the haphaz a r d commercial, housing and institutional development making a literally indelible impression. Sparwood MD is sparsely settled and its environs in electoral area made it easily possible to relocate the 800 or so living in the area within their coal and lumber jobs range. Their former location would be cleared and assembled into a single title. Expenses included establishment elsewhere in the District of serviced sites for voluntary appropriate relocation of these people and their services. These are now available and largely built. In mid - December court proceedings authorized expropriation of the 12 properties whose owners refused to sell, title transfer effective when it is gazetted, probably early in January though arbitration of price could take a lot longer. Some former owners were allowed to continue to occupy at a token rental pending appropriate alternative housing completion and this has resulted in issue of throe eviction orders with stay of proceedings in nine more eviction orders. East Kootenay Equipment is contractor for demolition underway as empty abandoned buildings are, levelled. Some of the sturdier were moved elsewhere on skids. Mr. Bertoia reported total expenditure of $2,390,000 on property acquisition over the three years period. When the vacant, cleared site is assembled into a single title it can then come up for appropriate sale for use in keeping with its Rocky Mountain splendours. The tourism minded provincial government, was heavily instrumental in the 1967 launching, wishing a southern entrance to its province commensurate with the glories of the Trans - Canada 1 through a national park, and the newer northern Trans - Canada via Mount Robson and Tete Jaune Cache. British papers publish despite ivildcat strike IN MEMORIAMS VIROSTEK - In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle, Michael Virostek, who passed away December 31, 1964. The years are swiftly passing, But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you, Your memory lingers yet. -Ever remembered by Donald, George, Vern and families. 1520 LONDON (AP) - The Daily Mirror and The Sun appeared on news-stands across Britain today despite a three-day wildcat strike by 600 journalists protesting a new national wage agreement. The two mass-circulation tabloids were produced by executives and staff who stayed on the job. Some editions of The Sun were delayed by a meeting of electricians who considered and rejected a request by strikers not to switch on the presses A NOSE DIVE-Jockey Willie Smith takes a nose dive into the turf after beinej towed by Prince Igloo at the open ditch during today's running of the Mole Handicap Steeplechase in England. Neither jockey nor horse was injured. Company offer accepted TABER (HNS) - An offer from Cornwall Canning Company, in settlement of a damage claim relative to Taber's main sewer outfall screen house in the fall of 1969, was accepted by town council. Mayor Arthur H. Avery told council that J. H. Vosburgb, Cornwall manager at Lethbridge, had offered to pay 50 per cent of the cost of replacing the screen house to its original position the total cost of which was $10,663. The company had made an earlier offer of 25 per cent of the costs which the council refused to accept. The screen house on the south bank of the Oldman River was washed out Sept. 30, 1969, two days after the new system was put into operation. Cause was traced to a damaged screen at Cornwall Canning plant here which allowed waste vegetables and corn husks to enter the sewer system, plugging the town's screen at the inlet to the under-river syphon. Water then backed up in th� screen house washing out the foundations. Urossword By Lois Hillb POTPOURRI WYROSTOK-In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Steve Wyrostok, who passed away January 3, 1963. Eight lonely years have passed away. Since we have grieved for you that day. Your smile, your voice, we loved so much, Is gone with the hearts that love you so much. But God is good and God knows best, But we who love you will never forget. -Lovingly remembered by his wife Betty and daughters Carla, Bernice and Cindy. 1564 1 Light in color. < Manger, 11 Percutslon Instrument. 16 Old song retrains. XI Safety or straight -. 22 Number. ACROSS 41 European 73 Moenshot war city.  43 "Lottery" agency: abbr. 44 English novelist. 48 Ash or cracker. 49 Care for. 111 Mortem can agency: init. to prayer. 75 Electrical 112 Ruth's 23 Poetry mute. 51 Where Ike 24 Bear grew up. patiently. 25 Don't make -: 2 wds. 26 Follower of Greek patriarch. 27 Milk: comb, form. 89 Type slie. 29 Wild bird Of 62"-of N.-America. roblnc.. Pattern SI Entire rnan. 32 Kitten's apparel, �4 Kind of surgeon, SS Employed; 2 wde. 16 Violent displays. 38 Indian. 19 Adult insect, 40 Neve. 1 Leaf. 2 Missouri town. 3 Form of oxygen. 4 Changeable stars. 5 Novel by H.B. Stowe.  Become sluggish. 7 From end to end. S Melodious. 9 Contract. 10 Unasplred consonant. 11 Terse. 12 Region In Spain. 11 Baron Verulanv currentt: abbr. 79 Underground vegetable, S3 Learn -: 2 wds. 86 Cat's foot 89 Gondolier*. 91 By way of. 92 Tutelary gods. 93 Metal pin. 9$ Chocolate tree*. 98 Ostentations display. 97 Former Russian emperor. 98 Pursues. 99 Opposite the front. 100 Severances. 102 "Toe-�" 86 Son of Odin. 103 Appetizing. 67 Admirer. 105 Concerned 69 Fragrant with planes. 137 Pull ef woods. 106 Truckman, kernel*. 71 Actual 107 Foxy, being. 110 Knight's 72 Approached. lady. DOWN 52 Junk heap. 54 "Goodnight* girl. 58 Eye or reporter. 89 Bevel out. 60 Leveret. 61 -T. Washington* 83 Cuban dance. 64 Contraction. 65 Large aea bird*, euccessor. 113 Cry. 115 Antare*. 117 Englieh districts, 118 Assumed position. 122 Circum* scribed. 124 High hill. 125 Brain parts. 127 Our: Fr. 128- down: 2 wde. 130"- by any ether mm* wde. 131 Devoured. 132 Verdant 133 Out ef the ordinary. - 134 Waeh *r Great-v 135 Gravis**** 36 Spanish missionary to America. 138 Stag* setting. 139 CWM 14 Giant great 15 Pullman section. 16 Not fiction. 17 Lessen. 16 Between ' grounder* and flies, 19 Beautiful youth. 20 Perceives. 30 Pointing at 33 Capri, e.g. 36 Verdi opus. 37 Basket riber. 39 Following . the same course. 40 Plan or style. 42 Pungent bulb. 44 French revolutionist. 45 Tropical hard wood. 46 Natural resource. 47 Ancient Greek are- 48 Plant disease*. 49 Ventilated. 60 Humming sound. 52 Half: pref. 53 Open the way for. 55 Gets by. 56 Meshes. 57 Scottish Gaelic. 69 Lined. Diagramless 21 x 23, by Anthony Moree ACROSS 1 Frsnch title-4 Part of the Koran. 8 Star In Scorpio. 6 Label. 9 Sacred song. 43 Grankeate adjunct 45 Syrian. 47 Unit FUNERAL , , , : ,N;i;KVM " VvaeFal ^"tf | Children bounce with sheer O p.m. on Monday. January 1 for Charles Thomas Ingram, be-1 p]easure on trijs ty turtle at First Haptish Church 16141 loved husband of Mrs. Jessie | v Movable, patient pet plus a TV hassock all in one. Use colorful scraps to whip up and pad plumply. Saves fine furniture wear and tear. Pattern 7171: patk-rn pieces. i/IFTV CKXTS looms) for each pattern 'no stamps, please; -- add 15 cents for each pattern for first-clas mailing and special handling to- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD It Down, aboard 29 stair part. ship. 13 Reagan'* father IB Indian princes*. 16 Talon. *0 Scream: Fr. 21 Old meatur*. 48 To -. 22 Vergil word. 49 Collect 23 Series of 50 "- Street": similar shop*. Bank of 27 Spanish "red England. Ink." 57 Region. 28 Present era. 58 Egyptian symbol. 31 Proceed 69 Varangian*. without help. 60 Moisture, 34 Feign. 81 Cleric. 37 Had a snack. 63 Salt. 38 Title. 64 Offspring. 39 High note. 65 Mao, e.g. 40 Away. 66 Primitive craft 1 ing*r. 63 Augustus' empire. SGraalna herbage. 68 Challenge*. 70 Goo**: tat. 74 Song* of pral**. 75 �Mica. 76 Invadon deterrent 77 Walk back and forth. 7SH**dlln�n 80 Dantin*. 81 Canadian born U.S. admiral. 82 In a hit *r eel** way. 87 Compile* point * Groom*. 73 Handful. 75- Swan***, 7*Mon*y in Milan. 80 Deceive: si. 83 Ivy leaguer*. 84 Newspaper action of *4df. 85 Taste. 86 Stat*. 87 -end. 88 - the mark. 90 Volcano god. 91 European. 94 Quip. 95 On* form of Athena. 83 Occurring by turn*. 84 Rop* en th* rang*. 86 Geologic time*. 88 Set firmly. 87 Co*** d'- 86 Fun. 97 Round Table knight down I Clothing: si. z Wild *h*ep. 3 Feature of San Francisco. 4 Dupe. 6 Old card game. 7 Cottonwood. 8 Boo-booa. 10 -Callae. 12 Telegrapher, 14 Circle. 16 3rd century date. 88 Ger. river. 90 Unit. 94 Dutch painter. 96 Shaved. 98 Lounge. 100 Specialty of 112-A. 17 French milk. 18 Feminine name. 19 Sweater material. 23 Town in Galilee. 24 Hurry. 25 Surf. 26 Hair. 30 Indite. 31 Boy's partner. 101 Adjacent. 102 Antiseptic source. 104 Spanish measure. 106 Makea mailer. 107 Oscillates. 108 Poem by 127-D. 109 Preceding day: poet. 111 Made restitutio 112 Gloomy. 114 Cleaner. 116 Set of verse*. 117 Pinnacle ef lee. 118 Friend of Socrate*. 119 External. 120 Procees or*. 121 Domsstie slaves. 123 Mis* Home* 125 Closed carriage*. 126 For fear that. 129 See 103-D. 32 Toward the mouth. 33 Grocery-item. 35 French decoration. 36 Expression ef surprise. 38 Portuguese saint 40 Different 41 Plant 42 Charge. 44 New Guine* port 46 Molasses. 47 Ancient playhous*. 48 Tropical tree. 51 Skill. 52 Suet 53 Venezuelan town. 54 Challenge. 55 Mortgage. 56 Finit. 61 Crude. 62 Greek god.  64 Party loner. 68 Embryonic fowl. 69 Err. 70 Gay tune, 71 Worm. 72 Squash. 74 For the time being: abbr. 76 Shoe part 77 Mixture 76 Plac* to mike hawsers. 81 European country: pref. 62 Composition! for nine. 89 Vergil'* shepherd***. 92 Contradict 93 Lunch. SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES. ada Trust Building or tlv Al berta Heart Fund rare 0/ Mrs. M. N. Wary 1705 15 Street South. Phone; ri27-3.t70. Members of the Eastern Star are lo meet at the First Baptist Church at 12:1.) p.m. on Mon- officiating. Pallbearers were S. ft. Pederson, George Anderson, Chester ,1. Davis, Ted Swihart, Harry Wiggins and Tom Arch-bold. Interment was in Archmount .Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros Ltd.. Directors of Fu-, Readers Mail Limited day. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc-, neral Service, was in charge of j (JO Front Street West w of Funeral Service. 01881 | the arrangements. 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