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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBiJIDGE HE9AID Tuesday January 5. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS TRUDY SOUTHESS AV R.Dt-r CJ'eri. f'. :-d t MAYTAG SALES .-t 70 GARDENING 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Mciiwriams Diefeiibaker reminisces personal animosity involved in famous iend DEATHS MILL Francis, passed DEATHS SHIELDS Bertha, passed awav in Cardoton on Tuesda; Bv STEWAHT MacLEOD breach of sldored it to be OTTAWA (CP> -Xrt long "There was none of that In i our day." ..Our In this case, re- SEN SALMON FUNERAL !SEN SALMON FUNERAL 'When he aw! I-ester Pearson gen-jement met and what passes i bit to tell the government a few HOME LTD., in charge of ar- i HmLE Lm> caarge Of ar. battled each other across the between them is cot made pub- i things when Pariament meets. rangements. CARBERT Passed away in the city on Monday, Janu- 1. following a brief Mrs. Rose Ellen Car- tvn. at the age of ?9 years of rangemi'nts. SiT St. S beloved wife of 2t floor of the Commons. Ctv37 i ''During our day." he was _____ saying. ''Parliament was alive GERITTI Passed away in jt lived." Lethbridce on Monday, Janu- "It wasn't any personal ani- arv 1 li'73. following a lencthy n'-os''y between us that made it illness. Mrs. Jean Bemice Ge- of 51 that way. That's the way Par- ament was, before this gov- lie." and his memoirs are coming HELL SERVED riong "very well." The 77-year-old Mr. Dicfen-; Was Mr- Pearson a good baker, always dedicated to his Prime minister? next political batile. never al- "Oh, I won't go into that now. lorn himself the luxury of be- I'll be writing about this." coming sentimental about pre-1 But W2S not reluctant to viou? oarliamenta'Ty periods. p25t some new viewpoints on horn got stuck on the car and I didn't once have to use mv JUST A MYTH TORONTO C? It is r.oth- ,77; ml-.y PrPs are -i- says M. A. Preston, pas: prtsi- of the Canadiar t.'.-n of Graduates. Pres'.cr. sai-d who graduated with PhD de- year :acked jibs ROYAL TRUST Phcne 32S-7761 EXCELLED" 'PUBLIC NOTICES REQUEST FOR i TAR 5AS2S FPELIXE UT'LiTY They gave Following Is 3 list of those who have made doaauoos to the Leihbridse Herald's Help- in; HanrlfurFtmd on behalf of the Unitarian Service Com- ir.inee of Canada and the people of Korea. 1972. following a brief illnes Mr. Caspar 'Se-a. f. tb? a'1 of S9 years of Coaldale, beloved of Mr. C-eoree Filmer. Mr. Bpn Fitter and Mr. Harold Car- bert all of Lethbridce: one r'aiizhier. Elsie Taylor o! Lethbridge: I" grandchildren ar.d five great-grandchildren w-ill be announced The funeral service will be he'd uhen MART LN on at 3 p.m.. in _ Mart-ln TRADITIONAL EerafService. CHAPEL. Si- 5rd Avenue S..______ v.iih Rev. R. L. Crisfie'd of- 'n. when the Liberals assum- ed power in IK3. as opposition a stormy, often SeraV Funeral ar- pry.period. spiced with scan- economic upheavals, ar.d i issues, ernmentor opposition, we "had in wnm [he Conservatives parur.merrcria'iis who stood. vvon -w seats Ln a landslide and I had actually writien a speech "Pearson w-as well served. He ar.d a speech for ''But do you know what did It was that motion by Mr. Pearson, asking that we turn T ernment to him without en like Senator Paul Mar- Lione Chevrier and Jack ating. Interment will follow in the family plot. Mountain Cemetery. Flowers are declined. MARTTN HP.OS. LTD.. DL-ectors of Fu- neral Se-ice. CSJ40 BROS. LTD.. Directors of Fu- Lag eeoste. C6339 N0_ ANTAGONISMS ...td PearMn Lncreased me great co-jrontations be- his personal staff somewhat an election. It was obvious that tweea the two men so oil-: over "mine, it was nothirr like monstrosity of a motion ferer.t Ln styb produced more what's happening there today. l.rcc E.: sT-.ic LONG Fasse-d av-ay cenlv m Leihbricce on Frdav, December :9. Mrs. Helen Margaret Long, at the age of Allen Dean Lor; of Magrath. Taber. ire lai? Mrs. Long mov- ed i] Calzary in IJ43 where sre in Claresbolm imiil at whicb ilzne she took up resi- dence 'ir. movLng to Del Bom'ta Ln and to Ma- irj r.-jrsL-ig. She vas a" member cf the U.C'V. ar.d was ver; FUNERALS BRENNEN Requiem mass for Mary Josephine Erennen, beloved of the Mr. John R. Brunnen o; PK 19th St. S. who d.ed at Vancouver Men- day. Dec. Co. 1372. at the age 70 was said at 10 i Sa-.u-rlay. Dec. SO. 1972. in the Assumption Roman Ca- G'nttis the celebrant. PaTbear- G-uenwald. Frar.l-; Aitien. Frank Skraka and Rev T-jmer. Irterme-t was m Mountain1 more books, more film SOPHISTICATE? HIDEOUT1' any other period brought the old mace OLE- victory I About the lft-2 election, when _____ ______ .._ the Conservatives v-ere reduced in Canada's history-. TheL- bat- to another subject mis a nunorifj-: "If I didn't peg tics were often associated with rime his accusing tinker jab-' 'te dollar at K'-- cents a strong personal feud. tLng the air. tr.ere was no possibility of: our "No: at ail." Mr. Diefcnbaker "That prime niLtister's office de-feat. a-? he icvifced back today is simnly a hideout for ri ,--r n-n VJ ni_.-i 1 C-O I 1 ot vanc-js so- -j rested that for a long time. And I have re- e liKos. Carded it as a mistake on my tcl n-ve the ad- vice of financial ei- pnsicates tej the prune tic I_ve never "Yne bcreases erscirjd antagon- ;ures Trjdeau assumed of- '-There was or.lv orce y-.at he Irr, fire ar-ioitnt to K million a day. re-lS Ln cne Ar.c ur.der the House new rules. Parliament sim.Dly I cor.- rubber stamps this. MF.RCHANT-Reqtl.en; mass Crash sends citv couple to Calsarv hospital L J; Tne financial crisis had been U Presides .icmn Kennedy. But back to Mr. Pearson: "I rive always had the greatest respect for his personality and, yes. he had a great Ease "But. you know, he always had a sense of fear ot" the Housa of Commons. r_td I always NOTICE TO EDWARD ARCHIBALD FOvV.EiLY C- ELAiSMCRE, ALSESTA vears. was saia at 10 Fri- 74 LOANS 1 TO BUY INVESTMENTS way No. 3. slifbtly Ltjil p Robert G-xder. of Lethbrldge. Damage to the car is estimat- Gail, were trav- ed at SI.SM. elltng east on the hiEhwav when Anoiher sznrle car accident daughter, PhyLU Long of P.K Deer; one grazcdaiighter: c_a Mei- Ko_-cn .-_e c, a-ji..-. roL. 7v-ere ;rcL-' car was in collision with New Year's Eve occurred Pattern MORTGAGE MONEY Fcrmers-Me-c'-cn's Trust 309 S'. S. F'ncre TCTiU TO-DATE a- SCHWARTZ Va Scandal ft r-'- 'V C- 1 TC' er. James Meikle of Hays. Sbt x '.vas predeceased by three brothers. Tr.e funeral service J was held en Tuesday. January I :972. at 2 p.m.. m the Ma- grain United Church, Rev. :i C Carr.nchan officiatir.g. titer- followed in tre {Ce-etery. >LAHTIN" BROS. 'LTD., Directors of Fur.eral Ser- vice. C5341 Valertiie Mercharc, Bernard a driven by Allan Rob- a car bv Dario J. Bern, }.'erchart. James Merchant, bs-on. Cjsh. David Gr.er ar.d Riverstde. Caliiorria. 1013 Sth Ave. N.. left the RCMP rer-tr that the Rob- road east of Lhs city lioiu en vehicie. travelling west. Highway No. east. Mount Calvary section of Mour- on some ice. St. Eerti. ar.d a passenger. taL-i View Cerr.etery._ Cl-rtsep- ar.d -.-.-as hit broadside by the Karl Gold. :i. 1015 St. N.. sen Salmon Fiineral Hcme Ltd., ihc- Gooder vehicle. taken to Lethbridze Muni- DL-ectors of F-jreral fcrrice. Mrs Gooder, Rotmson. Hospital with irndetermLn- 75 CONTRACTS MARTIN HCYT. ESESGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION EOASD OIL GAS REAGAN FIELD NOTICE GARAGE 5J '_r." GREAT TORONTO 'CP SAD. the Society for Ar.Lmals expects :o cT'mpile million 7 rr..0, names in si- r.- i tion to ban now1 used b'-' Alan McGir.r.! 'trn r t director, said the rcspnrso since the society's campaign began' baa been incredible. I FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE dies at 80 WASHINGTON COIT.T HOl'SE. Ohio 'AP: Eoxy Stiiison Brast. 60. who shocked tr.o Umted States E half-cer.tur.- azo v.tth her testimony before a commiriee on the Tea- scandal of the iite was married in li'S Jess Smith, a well-to-do char.t who later became bed- It: ygtiard. doorman and political 7'r.e marriase to Srr.-ic lastrd _; litils more than a year. Eiit ;its remained comldantes ilviis-; and President Hardi.-.E. On May X. 1K3. Smith fvir.d dead of a giinshoL Tr.t- tlic fir'i r: v.-a.s no .-r.d his ex--'ife ntamtamed ur.i.l death tr.af he murdett-1 r-2cause of -.'hat he knew. M'acKTLLlCAN Fasse-d awav at Lethbrldge on Januarv 1. Emma Mabel nf Taber. at the age of 93 years. Bom at Avening, Ontario, No- vember 21. 1S79. She received hsr education at Creemore. Col- was in cnarge 01 tre ar ntents. BLTLER Fir-era! se.-v.ce for George W Butier. husband of INn-s. Jllla Bu-ier of Cardsroa who died at Carcls-cr. Simday. Dec. 1S72. at the aze of 57 years, was held at 1 r-rn. Thursday. Dec. 1572. Ln the Claresto'.rr. LDS Chapel his Darlere, are in e-d ir juries. Damage to the ve- satisfacoto--- cccdiuon in Cal- hide 'is estimated'at K.CvJ. Police quell dear's and in she ct-ftrf emerge Butler. MacFviiiican and- riot at Taber. Ln 1903 they moved homestead a: 'le Uctime. Predeceased by her two Jacl-t. Kitchrcr. I'-.iar.o. Vrilli-m. r: French. 2 C.. Mrs '-Irs. Zlmc-r No Butler. Merle Archibald and Roy .Archibald. m the Cerrete-y. Furertl Hime Lid., Directors Fiiiicr- fl-.os UrJten C-.tj-r.. Taber rr. at 2 p m '.'.'h Rev Kn-r--'h Mnrr's HOME LTD., ir. nf at- IIALYOP.SON sor- for Mirzarc-t :'.-.an Hai- beliT. -.-tl Solmcr h'aivorsnr. of Nt-miscirr. d'ed in the Dec. a: the sze of years. -..'as held a; :-''i p.m. Trars- :-r-i x. P. Rev. rlfiih Chitrc'-..: r.-.o-r.: Mer.-.or.ai Garders. Piii- htarors were Ciihoirr.. Errr-y. Police made t-t-tweer. 15 r-T Mon- dav as 7-Xi r-t-rsons ir a brachfrom area 3J vouthful celecrar.is ere arresif'i m a not eariv Year's Da-. Police Cart." VTiLiam Brady charged aggrivated as- OCEAN FLOOR HISTORY Port 1 recaptured iM tha GP.KAT FAI.i.S. The ri'O'irce .Smuin of W.irrlen of anrl Barry ric.i nf I.olo, M'ir.' oitn S'.ll at art1 not Add dash 'n' smash to sep- arates w-.th this new sot. POTHOLDFP. Cr> Coml-ino colors ft" knittine v'orsied. Pattern br.g, Sizes: P-1S ir.cl. i-: CIIMS M> rsFrn. rriiposK South Af- to'.Mice j11 Cnunrilman J. S. impL-ii-M 'hat city hall with cork- or mi-'ney order. At: i for each pattern first-ri.iss mailing and spcci.-il hanrlljic prir.iiM Pattern 4c-w: .VEW Misses' Sm. Med. L.-o. Med. takes ve> Trans- fFVTNTY riVF CENTS :n -i ploaso) fi'.r t-.ii-ii 15 cents for c.-.i-li p.-.v.rrr. :'-r M7F. 'vi.r ANM: ADAMS, Droi.ks, rare rf ANNE Front Toronto Print plainly PATTF.RN NVM- RKR, 'v.Ti .M w.irs f'r rnafhes. IM.-I full nf spider- T11F, I.KTllllKin.il': IlLlIiAU) .ir.d L.i FreniiTO, v.fbs. ropo> ,ir 1 .ill sorts of Headers Mail V.IKI sentence for things for which no purpose can 60 Front Stroot West rape. i bo defined." Toronto 1, Ontario Prir.t PATTERN I'Kli. NAMIO AM) AD- Dlit.SS. ,-ir.d the name of iho Lothbndfic Herald. DO KOT scad it to TM Herald. ;