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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 IETHBRIOCE HEWLD W.-tiniidny Jonuorv o 1973 75 CONTRACTS 65 LOST AND FOUND _ TRUDY DEATHS FUNERAL PUBLIC NOTICES 66 FF.RSCNAL OF LETH5SIDC: re -c s S.--JA iv, A -efMv' -c PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS ;f 'T' 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS rTTcrj-j s 3 ASC5 v 70 GARDENING NOTICE IRRIGATION ACT 7] POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES VOTCCE iSSrSo'.'rST CL_ v- '.'.AGE O? S" rL NC-. f THREE PERSONS Pass- ed away on Tuesday, January 1973, Thomas Jessie Tlu-ee Persons, aged 37 years of the Blood Reserve. Funeral ar- rangements be announced when completed by EDEN'S FUNERAL'HOME LTD., Fort Maclecd. "Oh. they're home all can hear them keeping 1; Births, Deaths, Funerals, :j Cards Of Thanks, S In Manoriaiiis DEATHS DEATHS SHIELDS Bertha, passed HARGRAVE Passed swsy ir. Cardsroo on Tuesday. Ir. the city on Tuesday. Jan- January 1373 at the aje cf uary Mr. Sarr.tse! Har- H years, beloved of the old Harzrave of .late W. L. Shields. She ieaies L e h bridge, be- to mourn her passing, four loved busbar.d of sons. Harold o: Lethbridge. ;he late Elsie Kargrsve. of Vfes: Samoa, ar.d Reed cf -.-hett corr.D'.eted. Oyer.t one daughter. Mrs. Kar- BROS. LT? rhrec- oct rrea: srar.'tchtldrer: MacKILLICAX Passed away at Lethbria'ge on Mon- day. January 1. 1973. Emma Mabel of Tabor, r.t the age oi Po years. Prayers will be con- ducted from Knox United Church. Tal-er on Thursday. January 4 at 2 p m.. with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. In termem will follow in '.he T a b e r Memorial Gardens. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge cf ar- rarigemer.ux C6353 HINT) MAN Passed away on Sunday. December 31. 1972. Agnes Hind Man. aged 79 years cf the Bicod Reserve. She is by one grandson. Joe [we granddaughters, Miss Emma Rabbi: and Fran- ces Verrre Boy, ail oi the Blood Resen'e. T'r.e f-jr.eral ser- w i 11 be held in the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church. St Mary'5 Sehod or. Thursdsy st !0 s.nv. Rev. J. Reinuer oiitciatLng. In- E'.ood Bar.d Cemetery. A Wake Service will be held IT the church on Wedn-rsday a: 7 n. Funeral sr- by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD Fc-ri Mcc'.ecd. CM5S Funeral ser- I'ice 'or Donald Norman Bow- ersock. who died Dec. 27, 19T2, held at p.m. Friday, Dec. 29. 1972, in the Pincher Creek United Church. Pincher Creek, with Rev. R. Putman of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Ivan Higtord. Gary Bums, Jack MOT- Ted Lir.ehaai. Dale Stuck- ey a_rd Bob Thomas. Imennent m the Fairview Cfmeterj'. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fischer Creek. D'lrectors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arranEernents. r.eral se-tcss vrZ be 1-eld Fr- Fassftd Plot L-. ---.e c: Mr Peter p-.eke-a c: ROYAL TRUST Phone 328-7761 te ar.d pa-.- rss- rr.e.-ts be arj-.oL-rcec T.tier. rects iroi i.X v.-. .rct-rT'.etfv. BROS the Cnhs-.enser. LTI1'.. .7. Ser- C-3ISTEN5EN vtcx'. NZRAL K'JMZ LTD D-_-K- CKo" :ors K Fur-eral rERLTTT Passed in FUNERALS LEVV1CKI Hecuiem mass for Mrs. beloved cf Lhe late San'i-y Ed- v.-ard Le-i-icii who died ir ihe c-'-v Wevbesoay. Dec. after a at 'je L-. S. Parrlei's Rem- Cr.'jrch Rev. Ken Forr.er. OMI. :rs c--art Pz'.'.'rwirers r-ere lora F.txi Wesvy. 'chr, vr_-. sector, o: Manir. Brss. L-tc -f F u r. e r Ser- CARDS OF THANKS DAMELSON We wish (0 express our sincere apprecia- tion to Lhe doctors and medical personnel st the Ltthbridge Municipal Hospital: the ladies vho prepared and served lunch and all those who were so kind and thoughtful during our be- reavement Danielson family 5011 HARV1E We wish to sin- cerely all our relatives arjd friends for their rhougrxful- ncss ard support shown to us in the passins of our beloved husband father: for the flowers, cards and visits to our home. We are deeply grateful. Harvie and fam- ily. 4573 FORP I tirjCErely wish to thank the purses of First Main. .-nd at St. Michael's Hospital for the excellent care they gave Special thanks to ihe doctors, relatii-es. friends. o-sanistion? and ministers (or flowers, gifts and cards mv recent stay. Ford 5014 IN MEMORIAM n-.era- of Ste'-e Wyrostok Tho asspi January 3. 1SC3. LJie leaves The jvirs go B-t if.e atxi remembrance ze'-er remembered Berry, daughters Carla, -_..- Ti BELL Passert a-ay tl-e e r. Ce.-jru a: or. T-jesdi--. January c: -''eirs- be.oved follo-i-.-i a brief illness. Ce.--.u '.'r. .Alar, a; the band of ?-L-s. Bell of Cerurt: rece-tved he-r edu- A-.er.ue S EOT: ir. Ed- in -i.'ve-J KA5NER _. beloved l-jtvL-d of the '.ate Mrs. AI- cted L-. the Wecr-esday ?-ec f-: tl-e age of day. Jar. tr. ciit-jtz. P a b e r 2 r ers v--ere Clarence Kis-.er ar-i Ortc Hos- L-.tertr.e.-.t was tr. the .Ar.-h- our. t Mi-r.ortai C-arcer.5. '---J-----. S a 1 o Furt-ersl D-.rec-.ors of ARE A NO SHGr CHOICE FOR DcVaCPMENT Orient FriCNE 323-7761 323 -7 SCU'H satellite TOjTi'O A? A space 71 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY ;rjp e--'er IT. Thc-M Gxrr. Co. He ill- tr ress azii a rr.enbe- of 'he Hoard of ors. c: Lechbrdje. Pas; Prasder.t oc S ary: ore broker. M- _. KORELK .-tr.er frr Frari Korfc'i. T testament probated EOEPEVDENCE. Mo. (API .A vr-.'J former presi- de z: Harry estate of adraitted for Probihve erf Truman's estate -.-.-as listed as 510.CO? Li real and SSM.C'M Li properry. .An Liver-tory vas to be filed LJ Tr_-ar.. K. died a week service as t-e share. Tnis Ln- 1 v, cltxi-es Tr_rr.ar's r-erso-na! ef- Treasurer. John ;.-r- 715 ICv. St. N. three brothers. T-r -irectrr: ot dor. Bell. Dr. R. E. Ted CC-.-T. -o'd c- ,'l -v---. i- ther. :o the four DarJel ch-lcrer. Tre cocurr.er.: also ma'ses nieces, parid- C'" "e ar- r.epheT.-s ar.d pandnieces and .-_ j- a par.: ..-.f land to Ma- SIMPSON F-ec-rle- MORTGAGE MONEY :i SCrWARTZ "crti-- r-ir- BEQUEST 75 CONTRACTS e-.., j Siid Tuet- ore daughter. Mrs. Deicy c-r.e KajDo of Lothh-die. r-o i ani.-r. t-n prKe- FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE OCEAN FLOOR HISTORY Part 2 tr; i b St. Louis, -ale tre he d.d. That _ F. Lee' f- P-ti' :r Kojtoc He ts H-irre" Led -v of J Tru.-r.an and tre '.vas tr. choree o: lre terrtier president's Ch.-Iw1 Rev Prajer; w-.ll be said M. Ir'er- a- p rr.. ir, Martin rr.fr.: a-.U roll.vr t.-. (he Farr.tiy Bras. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL P'.rA. Vie-v ".'J. Frier.ds may In of flowers '--1-' a'. M.ir.in ho ri-.ade :n :r.o Hr.-s TF. CHArFt., i-r.iiio Asfxri.ition fnr tr.o Mon- Avc. ph.-.re tjliv RparrM S pa.-iiir.a .it rc.ir nf rURISTENSF.V SALMON' FU- MARTIN BROS. LTD. N'F.RAL HOME LTD Dircc- Directors of cic' iuntrai icr- tors of Fur.cral Scn'icc. I (XIXI C63M ri'E per- receive nilf KEN? RO secrcta.--. ST.VN'ERIDGE EAST. Que. (CP1 About -Vi-.'O worj of prov.ces that all pa- roast chicken was all L-UI s-as rif.onc.V. maleriaU be left of Mr and Mrs. Oc.ce '-urr.ed over to ;V Truman L.- Borrsrr.a'5 chicken shod rx.-r-r-'- 'o: caiiLiit fire rr.ore ir.; to I'.isir.ess or f.rc fiop.-ir.ir.er.i ,-rrivcd in the "ill (ro late tn ihe chicken- but riocs r.x tho Trumans' an explosion h> divert, hon-.e Tr.e hon-.p was built inp flames from a propane gas by Mrs. Truman's grandparents tank. I and has remained b her binds. ;