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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Of BIRTH DOW Stu and Deb ar proud parents of their daughte Tricia Rae, bom January weight 6 ibs. DEATHS BELL Thursday, January I, 1972, Elizabeth (Bessie) Be aged 74 years, Lomond. Ser rices at the Vulcan United Church, Saturday, p.m Rev. William Julian officiatin Interment Archmount Can etery, Lethbridge. TJie VUL CAN FUNERAL HOME (targe. STOCKER Clarence, pass ed away- in Cardston on Fn day, January 7, 1972, at til of 85 years, beloved bus bend of Mrs. Olga Slacker Del Bondta. Funeral arrang ments will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSE SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. in charge of arrang menu. C944 HUBERT Jacob F., pass- ed away In Coaldale on Thurs day, January 6, 1972, at the ag of 67 years, beloved husband Mrs. Agnes Hubert of Coaldale Born in the Ukraine on Septem her 17, 1904, Mr. Hubert cam to Canada in 1928 and settled a Coaldale a year later, wher he farmed until retiring in 1B66 He was always active in com munity and church affairs. Be- sides bis loving wife Agnes h M survived by five sons, John of Brooks, Frank of Calgary David of Fort McMurray, Hen ry of Kamloops, B.C. and Be of Winnipeg; one daughter Agnes Hubert of Edmonton Siree brothers, Henry, Peter and David, all of Coaldale three sisters, Elizabeth of Coal dale, Mrs. John (Tina) Krocie of Sardis, B.C., Mrs. Jake (Su- sie) Martins of Dawson Creek B.C. and nine grandchildren He was predeceased by one Jacob in 1960. Funerla ser will be held Sunday, Jan uary 9, 1772, at p.m. in the Coaldale Mennonite Brcth ren.Churdi, with Rev. D. Panl rate officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale nKe Cemetery. Friends ma pay their respects at the church from p.m. prior t the service. CHRISTENSEri SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C9M8 LINNING Passed away in the city on Wednesday, Jan I'irv, 5. 1972, following a very brief illness, Mr Alexander L i li- ning, at the age of 65 years, beloved husband o Mrs. Ann Linnlng of 308 12 SI N. Born in Scotland, the late Mr. Linning was raised am educated in Lethbridge, receiv- ing much of his education at Galbraith School. In 1939, he enlisted in the Canadian Army with the 20th Field Battery Lethbridge Unit and servet overseas for five years. Upon his discharge in IMS he was employed by the C.P.R. retir- ing in 1968 due to ill health. He was very active in music was a drummer in several local orchestras. He was a member of the Miner's Li- brary, the Canadian Legion and was very interested and active in Soccer and played for the well known Supinas Soc- cer Team. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. J. M. (Dar- line) Csaki, Lethbridge, Mrs. C. P. (Barbara) Silvius, Ed- monton, three sisters, Mrs. Martha Skidnwe, Edmonton, Mrs. C. (Teenic) Bowron, Leth- bridge, Mrs. S. (Mary) Miller, Victoria, also four grandchild- ren and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one sister and two brothers. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIA L CHAPEL, with Rev. Father B. Field officiating. I n t erment will follow in the Field of Honor, Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Fu- neral Service. C9450 Social welfare bill spirals CALGARY (CP) The city spant J3.3 million last year for social assistance, up from (2.3 million in 1070. Stnlijtks showed wel- fare cases last year, compared with In 1970. Total expenditures during the last yours hflvo Increased sharply to n record ammmt in from WO.OW In 1967. FUNERALS MILLER Funeral servla for Gordon Miller, beloved so of Frank and Irma Miller o Elfcwater who died in the cit Sunday, Jan. 2, 1972, at the age of 29 years, was held 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. _ 1972 in the Chape with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott offi dating. Pallbearers w e r t George Wallace, L. MacDon aid Sigfried Rieberer, Gordon Low, Rick Orsten and John La lumus. Interment was in Arch mount Memorial Gardens Christensen Salmon Funer Home Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service, was in charge o the arrangements. BUSOVVSKV Funeral ser vice for Mrs. Natalia Busow sky, beloved wife of Mr, Fele- mon Busowsky of 1406 3rd Ave A N. wbo died in the city Thurs day, Dec. at the age o 80 years, was held at 10 a.m Tuesday in the Ukrainian Rreel Orthodox Holy Trinity Church with Rev. L. W. Ddachina offici ating." Pallbearers were Gary Busowsky, Lloyd Schwartz, An dre Tron, Junta Rubchenko Wmitro Chernezfcy and Bil Gushowty. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery, Christensen Salmon Funer a Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge o ;he arrangements. NOWAK Funeral service for Leo Nowak, beloved bus jand of Mrs. Rebecca Nowak of Bow Island who died at Bow Island Saturday, Jan. 1, 1972 at the age of 89 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan 1872, in the Chrlstensei Chapel with Rev. Leslie Smith officiating. Pallbearers were 'eter Steppler, Charles Pres- key, Reinhold Alvin Ha- jen, Frank Zorn and Harold Street. Interment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens Christensen Salmon Funeral tome Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Serivce, was in charge of the arrangements. BARRETT Lutheran fu- neral rites took place here re- cently for Darryl Martin Bar- rett, 36, logging contractor who died in a snowslide in Hie Flat- >ead Valley Dec. 23. He was a Cranbrook native son, attended schools, then began logging. Be was a member of a contract irm in the Flathead, and with wo others was on his way ome for the holiday when tides engulfed all three. Sur- fiving him are his wife, Ge- eva and two sons, Michael and Mark at their home at 1717 12th Ave., parents, Mr. and ilrs. Walter Barrett, brothers Larry and Robert Barrett, and ister, Peggy Anne Scott, all of Cranbrook. Burial in Westlawn ollowed the afternoon rites at Mount Zion Church. CHRISTMAS CARDS FEIR Merry Christmas and Happy and Prosperous New 'ear to all our ORTHODOX riends and relatives in Canada and across the sea. Feir and family 5447 CARDS OF THANKS DEIBERT I like to express my sincere Bunks to the doctors and the nursing staff on the fourth HOOT of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care wtiile I was a pa- tient there. Also thanks to the many friends for tjie visits, flowers, gifts and cards. Your kindness was very much appre- ciated. -Bertha Deibert 2859 Psrkside Drive Lethbridge, Alberta. 5472 CHARLES We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends and relatives for their acts of kindness, flowers and cards of sympathy extended to us during the passing of our father. Special thanks to our dontors and staff of the Letih- bridge Municipal Hospital. Thanks also to Martin Bros., Rev. Crisfleld, the soloist and the pallbearers. Thanks to the ladies wbo served lunch after Ihe service. -The Art Charles, Bernard Charles, Christiansw, Sharpe and Housley fam- ilies. 5471 IN MEMORIAM MACKAY AND NEW ID loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Viv- ian.who passed away January 7, 1970 and of a dear brother-in- law, Andrew Nett, who passed away January. 11, 1970. remembered by the Mac- kay families. QUALIFIES Comediu Pat Paolsen, declaring him- wlf the "best mm for the job" of president, qualified shortly before (he filing deadline at Concord, N.H. to neck the Republican presi- dential nomination m the Mirch t New Hampshire pri- mary. Youth centre may close EDMONTON (CP) A fledgling youth centre in Whrte- norse will dose its doors Mon- day unless its president's ap- peal to Secretary of State Ger- ard PeDetier for federal money is successful. President John Evans stopped here on his way to Ot- tawa to seek a grant to keep the Yukon youth centra solvent and meet a pay- ment on the 60 acres of land acquired six months ago. He said in an interview the centre has raised of the down payment on the land but has been unable to secure financial support from the Yukon government. The tn- al cost of Hie land, must be paid by next Dec. 31. Women may be next in intern camps BSUAST (Reuter) Prepa- rations for opeDiiig a fourth in- ternment centre in strife-torn Northern Inland have started speculation that women may be next on the list for detention without trial. Announcement that the igan army camp near London- derry is being prepared for pos- sible use as an internment camp was made by Northern reland's rcmistry of home af- airs Thursday. One camp for pected members or supporters of the outlawed Irish Republi- can exists at Long Kesh, near Belfast, with about 400 prisoners. Others are heW aboard the irison ship Maxtstoue in Belfast larbor and in Belfast's Orumua Road jail. So far, all those in- emed under the Special Powers ict which was invoked last Au- gust have been male. FORECAST MOVE Sources said it is believed the hlagilligan camp will be used to women internees. But the linistry stressed that Magilli- an would only be used in an emergency and added that it, was much too early to Indicate who would be interned there. Kevin McCorry, organizer ol the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association, said: "W o m e n's action committee have been receiving threats from the military suggestin that they -would be interned. W take th; threats seriously." A total of between 650 and women are at present being hel under the Special Powers Act aad successful swoops by the army to arrest batches of sus- pects is putting pressure on the prison system. 7, Wl 1ITHMIOM HMA1D 23 Federal grant for Athabasca OTTAWA (CP) A local Initiatives grant for tails! clearing near Athabasca, Alta. was announced today by the agriculture department. The project to be administer- ed by the County of Athabafca, is to employ 35 persons. BEST DRESSED LIST _ Mayor llndioy of New York, bottom left, It the only U.S. reildential hopeful who mode the International Bett Hit for 1971. Three then shown here who made the Hit are Mick Jagger, upper left, Briliih rock muiic- an> Sidney PolHer, actor, upper riqhti and lord Snawdon, bottom rlaht. Get a cart-fall of savings It's Soup and Crackers Time! SOUPS TOWN HOUSE CONDENSED VEGETABLE or TOMATO Busy Baker, Sclrtd or Plain......2-lb. net wt. pkg, SODA CRACKERS FRESH BREAD fi 51.00 Pally Ann, or brawn, sliced...............20-ez. net wt. loaf R FRESH EGGS CQc Breakfast Gems, Canada Grade A ____ M Large site......................Dozen %j w ORANGE JUICE C.1.00 Bel Air Froien Concentrate 6 fl. 01. tin R PEANUT BUTTER 1.09 Empress Homo or Chunk Style 48-oz. net wl. tin Llfllllr Tenderflake.................................. Mb. pkgi. 1 MACARONI DINNER 7.1.00 net wt. pkg. R TOMATOES Catelli with Cheese...........................7Vt-ai. net wt. pkg. FRESH IMPORTED CANADA NO. 1 GRADF Ib. 35 C RANAMAQ Q11 -00 MflllinlinV Best quality, golden S NEW CABBAGE 19' WHOLE PICNIC SHOULDERS Fresh Whole Pork 6-8 Ib. or Smoked Pork Ranch Brand Ib. 39 C CHUCK ROAST PORK ROASTS or ROUND BONE ROAST Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Boston Bun or Steak, govt. impeded...... PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Jan. 7th 8th! Right To limit Quantities, SAFEWAYr Ib. CANADA SAF1WAY ;