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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 1J, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 ijjirths. Of BIRTH I DEATHS FUNERALS IN MEMORIAMS BESTER Passed away on i DOUGLAS Irene and Ger- ___________________ _ CARBERT Funeral service HORTO.V In taring mem- a'i "are" happy to amourie the i Tuesdav. Januarv 9. 1973, Mary I for Mrs. Rose Ellen Carben, j ory of a dear brotner, George, birth of their son, Guy Edith Bester. as'ed 73 years, of'. beloved wife of the laie Mr. who passed away Jamary 12, born January 7, in Fort Macleod. Funeral services i Harold (Harry i Buckle Car- 1972. _ Michael's Hospital. A brother will be held in the Trinity fni- bert who died in the city Mon-1 L for Shelley Dawn. Proud grand-. ted Church on Saturday at i day, Jan. 19T3. .after a brief I He K MWP1' P63- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph p.m.. Peter Walker officiating illness at the age of years, j McGrach, Athabasca, Alberta minister. Interment, Union! held at 3 p.m. Wednesday 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doug-! Cemetery. Funeral arrange-! in Martin Bros. Traditional las of Foremost, Alberta. ments by EDE.VS FUNERAL I chapel. SU 3rd Ave. S.. with: 5515 HOME LTD., Fort Macieod. Rev. R. L. Crisiield officiating. C6565. Pallbearers were Pau] Pehrson. George Wilson, Pa-. Howe. Louis SMITH Clarence B., of McTighe. Sam Best and Jack Raymond passed away in Handle. Interment was in the GREEN Passed away in: Provo. Utah on Tuesday. Jan- family plot m Mo'jr.tain View the city "on Thursday, January.uary 9. 1973, at the age oi 90 Cemetery. Marii Ltd.. 11. 1973 Mr. James" Green a't; yejrs- beloved husbar.d of Mrs. Directors of Funeral Service, the aee of 76 years of 1513 15ih ?ae Smith of and was in charge of tr.e arranze- Basford pro poses satellite city plan OTTAWA (CP) A new sat-! diate. use by developers, say southeast of Ottawa. The area ellile. city program, aimed at! government sources. was designated a growth area cutting land costs and improv- In a wide-ranging speech on m recently anounced Ottawa- ing land use, has been propnsM housing and urban matters, Mr.: Carleton regional planing pro- by Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford also said that eost-shar- posak. engine drops off in flight VEC-AS. 'AP) d hveslisayjrs were at- Basford. ing provisions with the prov- j xhe area would be developed tEEptiig today lo determine Mr. Easford told the Com- mces would be dropped in some over 20 years and would permit vrhst caused cart v: a Trans DEATHS :mons Thursday tha new plan housing programs under new a wide range of housing at rea- j would be part of a becfed-up. legislation pmending the Na- sonable prices, the anounce- _ _ _ ___ land assembly program costing. Uonal Housing Act. ment He ihe federal government Many provinces have com- Basiord pointed And whispered "and anually for at least the plained that they have not been devei" m--nt as7n ex: next five years. able to mate wide use of some e The main aim of the new land federal programs because of assembly plan would be lo de-'. the requirement for matching velop entirely new towns. These grants from provincial govem- _____ would be sec up in co-operation; ments. HOHTON In loving mem- with provincial and municipal The urban affairs minister orv or p rip" bTzhtr- and uncje Governments. said the NHA amendments, in- orv oi Dinner ana uncle CMnges were remembered by Gordon, JM and Bemice. ment said, ir. Bi Vnat could be done under me neiv land assembly provisions. He said he is unhappy the I land assembly provision in. the National Housing Act had not i 15t to drop of; "tJ'e in to this The Lo-jkhead TriStar sample of was forced c'o-.-- here Wednes- day wher. it lost EH engine fan over Colorado. None o: the 70 passengers or 12 cre'-v choErd the Chi- cago to L-3 Armeies fiiebt was who passed awav Januar 12.' Avenue S beloved husband of! formerly of Raymond. Funeral meE. the late Mrs. Am Braybrooke' services will be held Saurday. Green. Funeral arrangements January 13. 19T3. at 1! a.m. m will be announced when com- the Taylor Stales Chapel, with! j Pleied. BROS. LTD., Bishop Ron Watson Directors of ibs Funeral Ser- Friends may pay their respects rice. C5572 from 10 a.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society GIBBO.VEV Passed away Scorn of the Church. Interment in ihe city on Thursday, Janu- will follow in the Temple Hill arv 1973 >L- William Hen- Cemeierv. CHHISTENSEN SAL- "HMT p.m. rnursaav m soutaminsier ry Gibboney at Lie ase of 53. MON i- UNERAL nOME LTD.. f years, beloved husband" of Mrs. Directors of Funeral Service. ulate land WILL TAKE LEAD The urban affairs minister j said the federal government is to take the lead'' in _ Fuaerai skeHh" belov- Oj at Edmonton Monday. Jar.. 8. 7373. after a. long illness at the Margaret Gibboney of 5th Avenue AN. Brides his lev- _____________ Hat on Tuesday. Jan- and'boue Gibboney. all of Leth- i uary 9, 1973. Mrs. Maria Yisei bridse; "three daughters, Mrs. at the age of 70 years, of Orion, R. W. (Kitty) Gregson, Miss beloved wife of the late Mr. Linda Gibboney, and Miss: Michael Yizek. Requiem Mass Donna Gibboney. all of Leth- j be celebrated on Saturday bridee: two grandchildren and at 1 p.m. in St. Patrici's Calh- c... olic cburcjlj ReV. father one "sister. Mrs. Sara Mordon of Lethbridge. Tne funeral ser- vice will be held on Monday at 3 p.m. in Mania Bros. MEM- ORLAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N with Rev. L. D. Hackirson officiating. Interinent will fol- low in the family plot. Moun- tain Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects al Mar- tin B-roi. CHAPEL 70S 15th N-. phone 32S-rsi. T.tofe wisr, mav donice to tr.e Anhritis Socier.-. care of V-. S. A. TreESurer. Brian Hubka celebrant. Inter- ment win follow in the Mount Calvary section. Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar'cn Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 3rd Avenue S. (Phone 325-2361) frotn 9 a m. until p m. on Saturday. MARTIN BROS. Carmne. T. F. Cronkhi'.e. W. H. j Berged has said. Royer and W. E. Miles, Honor- i ary pallbearers were W. S. Page. G W.. MacLeod. E. J. Kipp. J .J. Cress. 0. G. Cronk-1 hite. N. D. Morrison and R. E. Kaupp. Interment was in Moua- tali View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors ot Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. 1972 would "esert pressure to reduce posal. would be introduced in Your gentle smile and brother's the cost of residential land." the Commons before a federal- love. It would also permit provin-: provincial housing conference in SJU rooa us from above.; cial and municipal government Ottawa Jan. 22-23. Sleep on. dear one, in perfect; lo improve land use so that; PROPOSED EARLIER peace, gcoi farmland is not gobbled up Some of the program; were efforts to control urban sprawl. Our love for you will never hy sprawbng cities, he said. proposed in legislation in the There WES EH urgent nesd to INCREASED SPENDLNG las; session of Parliament. But. curb the buying up of gaad sgri- Spending on the new land-use the bill died at the end of the cultural Isnd for urbsa deveksj- program would be almcet three session. ment. rimes as much as under the Just after Mr. Basford's The federal government. 5485 existing land assembly provi- speech, plans for a new "super-; workjng ihe" provinces, sions in the National Housing city'' of 100.000 near Ottawa could rielp plan urban develop- F1SH INEDIBLE Act. was anounced jointly by the: men' through the satellite city- TEL AVIV Fish in The government now provides federal and provincial govern-. plan. ihe Mediterranean Sea will be about million snually un- mems. Tne government would work inedible in 20 years if ihe der the current land assembly The SEOuncerneut said that' within provincial plans for ur- the Ontario Housing Corp. was ban development such as the taking sn option on 5.000 acres Ontario proposal for future cease. missed and lovingly, remembered by Ruth. Dsc and Beverly United Church with interment ioUowins in jlountiri V i e w Pallbearer; ve-e present rate of pollution contin- program. W. H. Gorrill. C- L. and .J F. ues. German ecologist Helmut Geoerally. the money is used to buy land for almost Lmme-' of land in Gloucester township, growth in the Toronto region. A spo'sessan z: McCsraan Lntemaior-s] here said "'.i c. sorzia! landing." A TriSti.- cTLshso in the Flor- ida nesr Miami, Dec. 29 kiLiig 1M persons. An Al- Lines spokes- mar. sad the TriStar that crashes; in the Everglades was 10: ore that lost part of its risht outboard erigine a day earlier on a flight from New York to Fen Lauferdaie, Fla The ncident octrorred over the off Ailsrjric Cih', N J.. cza the plaae retFned without ciflirjlty to Kennedy AirDort, ta. ectors of the Funeral Service. CS571 KLXTGEN Psss- ed away m Calearv. Thurs- day. January 11. 1973. Besty. of Cuibank. Montana formerly of Taber. at the age of 41 years. Bom at Taber. October 1931. she married a'- Taber in 1949 rjid htis lived Cullxmk. >'ontana until the lime c: her Wayne (Judy' Hansen. Shelby. parents. Mr. artd Marria Siavik. Taber: two brothers. John Vancouv- er. Joe Taber: three sisters. Mrs. -Art Lydia11 Pe7- ini. Taber. Mrs. Ruth Caifar.'. Kejra Slsvlk of er: Prroeressed by one son. Allsn EH.-: or.? briber. Milar.. Prsy- ers wi'J be said in St. Aunis- '.ioe's Catholic Crrjrch in Taber on Friday Jariiiary at p m. services will be God bless and Its. Babin.! We wish lo ex- CARDS OF THANKS BABIN To ths donor esi DL-eclors of the Funeral i nurses of S. Mlchsel's Hospital. both o: Inte.TSivo Care and First CS57G' Flcor sni to who sent fiow- _____ ers. cards or came to we DITE Marvin, passed extend a ver.- wsrtn thank yo-j sway in Lethbridge on Tturs-' January at the! see of 25 years, beloved hus- j bind of Mrs. Brenda Duce of i Warner. He was raised and ed-' ucatcd in Cardston. He was a mechanic by trade and delight-; ed in working with anything press our sincere thanks and mechanical. He was married to appreciation to relatives and Brenda Kasman in Lethbridge i friends for any act of kindness on June S. 1969. He leaves lo shown lo us during our recent mourn his oassinz besides his bereavement of our beloved levins wife Brenda. one daugh- wife, mother and grandmother. -J- Rcfbe'ie: ris mother. Irrna Special thanks to those passing. Survivors, tnree nautn- his brother visited sent cards and stip- ters Miss Connie K'JiigerK (.at- Lethbridse. and his ma- ported us with their prayers, oant. Montana. Dona.a Mr5 Fred _Mr. p. piekeraa. children Lmasi Losing. Mrs. s- Of Cardston. Fu-, and grandchildren neral serdces wdl be held Ssi- urday. January 13. 1973 at 2 in ihe fhrisiensen Chapel. with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott of- _____ .._ liciarmc. Interment will follow tuniry to express grttiruj; in Mountain Mew Cemetery.; thanks to our many rela- CHRISTENSEN SALMON" FU-''jTeSi uaichbors and friends for NER.AL HOME LTD., Direct- (jjgir kindnesses to us in ors of Service. _ [he loss i our dad. grancbs. C6567 brother Mr. Frank TTill Thanks to Pastor BLATTER Passed away ig-aelson and congrepDoa for ir, Kamlooos on Tuesday. Jan- prayers and understanding. To uary 9. 1973. Mr. Christian! the" pallbearers and the mtny rrs age o: 94 years n-no seni flowers, dcsatiors. if Dominion St. Kamloops.! cards and food. To the doctor HILL We take this oppor- from ST. Au.eusunes husband of Mrs .Myrtle, and hospital star: and to all the i Catholic Cniircn. Taber. Saiur- Born wilderswilj laaes "who looked after the' asy. 13. at p.m. vvitn (he late Mr. lunch. VO-JT thouahrfolness wiL Rev. Fauver Don 0 came to c.nada 159s and i be forgKten. God bless floating Intermerr'. win fnQow 1.1 :h? Taber Garden F UN E R A L iE LTD.. Tsber. in charge o: arrar.geraests. CixVS farmed for many years in you ir, 1973. Mrs. Kaiherine Pavan a', the ace of w years, of 1269 N.. beloved of the >'r. John Favan. Born :r St-icv. NorJi PakD-.a. LV Kite Mr; PEVITI cirae to Grassy Laie with her parents Ln the early lEW's and 'in I9C-' moved to Lechiridge. whore she has resided until her passing. She band ir. 1953 and is survived by Tony, vviih the R.C..A.F. in Dartmouth. N.S.; live daugh- Southem Alberta. He moved to B.C. in 1936 and owned and op-1 ersted a motel in Kamloops for, a number of years, retiring in 1.157. his wife Myrtle he is survived by two daugh- ters. Mrs. George (Florence) McKay of Kamloops. Mrs. Earnest i Brown of the j Orange Free State. South .Africa: rwo daughters. Jir.; Hunter of ops. "Mrs. L'jlher Ta'ia- ferro of Lcveland. Colorada and one step son. Mr. Glen of Redondo Beach. Cali- Dei. Shannon a a i Kammy Tommy Allen: Annie i t fsmilv. NEW YEAR'S CARD F.O.E. NEW YEAR WINNERS 1st Prize: H. Korthus. HOT "A" S. Ticket No. 361. d Prize: B. Free. diapcl. Kam- p Ear.. Mrs. M. i Isabe'Jei Brrf- rnan ri Leihbridge. :.i grand- children: three preai-rrandchil- rircr. four sisters. Mrs. T. E.t-i'.er o: Tswr. Mr? C.-roiin-t1 Osws'.c: of V.iyicouvir, E'.iraboth Lcth- Mrs. G. EvaV Lsmlvrl p: Calgary: threo broihors. ".lohn F.'.e'.lcr. North Pa- Vc-: FrcJ Facllcr of Grsssy Paul F .idler cf Calgan. Fravors will Iv said on Friday 'UwiphP at p.m. in St. Ch-.irrh. Rrqui- v M.-.5> vvi'.l ho cc'.olir.'.tevi on c .r. 10 Basil's etery. M.ARTTN BRO? LTD., of ihe iriierrr.crr. Police chase Fraud charges' withdrawn voiuh h.i? Vtvn ci'.arcfd impAirvd .uiil ririvinc liorncv su.'-ncnd- afior .1 ihiTiiuh --it1-'1 toirn I.tvI'briilL-t1 nicfn allo.codly defrauded an elderly I which ended on sidewalk in Lethliridce of SS.WO last: front of the Bank, nt year were withdrawn in pro- vincial court Thursday. Pcrrick Morian of Kdmonton. and IVnnis Al- "Cailiolic Church. Inter- frcd William Tu'.ltvh. IT. ,W17 r.-.ont will follow in Mmml Cal- 6ih Ave. S.. had elected lo bo car. finally lost control, hi! v ar. section. Mountain View tried a provincial judge, lamp sl.indard and camo fi'rnctcry. Friends may pay The Crow n. represented by their respects E! Martin Eros. ,lim Ijnpslrom, had contended C1IAPF.L. TO" 131h that Ihc iwo men defrauded .IB- S' N. Phone MARTIN sephinc Zabrauskas. 6T, 8lh was drivinf. BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu-, Ave. S., of over Kt.OOil botvceon PUiksteine.r viili appmr reral Service, C6573 I June 15 aDd Jut' M, 19T2. provincial court Jan. IT. Ave. and SI. S. Police report tha; vviion tried lo Allan Low if Plan-' is. iw.i .Ave. S. he tried lo outrun the rvhce a rest on the sidewalk, doing flight damage le n meter, and KOO to Iho car he 1973 Dodge Colt. Little but loaded. Here's the ne'tr little car you've been looking for. Little in size, but loaded with features you might 2-DoorHardtop expect to pay extra for. New Dodge Colt comes in five different models-coupe. 2-door hardtop. 4-door sedan, station wag-on and the sporty new GT (illustrated! Every New Dodge Colt is the result 01 extra care in engineering. Dodge builds in the solid difference, starting with unitized construction that combines body and frame in one solid unit. Then we load 'em up with the kind of features you want most-as standard equipment. Performance features like a 4-cylinder mini-hemi engine for plenty of pep and economical operation. Fully synchronized f our-on-the-floor transmission, ratio steering for less effort and positive 'feel' of the road. The new Dodge Colt has as standard, comfort features like high-backed bucket seats. Adjustable steering column, now-thru ventilation. Ample head and leg room. Beauty features like wood-grained console and instrument panel. Color-keyed interiors. The New Dodge Colt incorporates, as standard equipment, safety features like big disc brakes up front. Extra protection front and rear bumpers. Energy absorb- ing steering column. New emission control systems. Naturally, you can equip your New Dodge Colt with optional features, too. like automatic transmission and radio. Feature for feature, inch by inch. Dodge builds in the solid difference. Innovative engineering, plus extra care in the way we put it all together, make us believe that your New Dodge Colt is the test little car ever built for Chrvsler. It's it's kaded. Extra Care in Engineering.., it makes the difference. Coronet DODGE BUILDS IN THE SfolJD DIFFERENCE The73's are on display. Dodge Dealer, Dart in Monaco Polara Challenger Dodge ;