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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Jinuiry 17, 1975 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 13lh STREET NORTH. LETHBRIDGE at Centre MARTEN'S IGA COALDALE Pricis Effective Friday and Saturday January 17th and 18th IGA CHARGKX WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA GRADE A BEEF CHUCK ROAST Lb. 65 0 CANADA GRADE A BEEF ROUND STEAK 29 ........................1 FRESH GROUND WITH VEGETABLE PROTEIN M SUPER-BURGER, 4SP 69' MAPLE LEAF BOLOGNA By the piece. Lb. WESTVALE FANCY FROZEN RASPBERRIES NABOB FINE OR REGULAR WVrrtt llb.netwt.pkg. MAGIC SKIM MILK POWDER 15oz. netwt. 5 Ib. net wt. pkg. 109 PUREX WHITE OR ASSORTED BATHROOM TISSUE REGAL PECTIN STRAWBERRY JAM AYLMER TOMATOE JUICE, 24 oz. tin FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA PHONE 327-0353 CHERRY COFFEE CAKES, BUTTER BUNS. CANADA FANCY RED DELICIOUS APPLES or SUNKIST NAVEL SIZE 88 ORANGES Mix or Match CANADA NO. 2 NETTED GEM POTATOES CANADA NO. 1 CALIFORNIA LETTUCE 10lb. netwt. bag Lb. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS COLEMAN Herbert, passed away in Magrath on Wednesday, January 15, 1975 al the age of 82 years, beloved husband of the late Ida May Coleman of Magrath. Funeral Services will be held Satur- day, January 18th, 1975 at p.m. in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel with Bishop Tyler Alston officiating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service. C5833 STOREY Passed away on Tuesday, January 14, 1975 at Pincher Creek, Bert James Storey, beloved husband of Mrs. Enid Storey of Pincher Creek, at the age of 64 years. The funeral service will be held in St. John's Anglican Church in Pincher Creek, on Saturday, January at 2 p.m., Rev. R. Hunt of- ficiating. Interment in Fair- view Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C5828 BLY Lillie (-Root) passed away Wednesday, January 15, 1975 in Claresholm at the age of 94 years, beloved wife of Mr. Harry Ely of Claresholm. Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 18, 1975 at p.m. in the North Side L.D.S. Chapel (23rd St. and 6th A Ave. with Bishop Ray Chatterton officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the Family from p.m. until service time at the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5832 YIP Loy Yew passed away in Cardston on Friday, January 17th, 1975 at the age of 82 years. Mr. Yip was born in Canton, China and came to Canada in September 29th, 1913. He is survived by his only son, Mon of Cardston. His wife Jang Shui Yip predeceased him. services will be held Monday, January 20 at 2 p.m. in the Christensen Chapel, with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME, LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5830 EARL Sarah, passed away in Cardston on Thurs- day, January 16th, 1975 at the age of 85 years, beloved wife of the late Hyrum Wilbur Earl of Mountain View, Alberta. She was born in Wellsville, Utah, February 14th, 1889 and came to Canada as a child of six months with a wagon team to Cardston. She later moved to Leavitt, where she received her schooling. She was married to Hyrum Earl on Oc- tober 5, 1910 in the Salt Lake Temple and they relumed to ranch in the Mountain View District, until his passing in 1932. She continued to reside in Mountain View until mov- ing into Cardston in 1943, where she had continued to reside until the time of her passing. She was an active member of the L.D.S. Church and worked in various capacities in the organizations. She leaves to mourn her passing, three daughters. Mrs. Duard (Lila) Hudson of Aberdeen, Washington. Mrs. Lloyd (Mable) Woolf and Mrs. Kenneth (Dorothy) Osborn of Spokane. Wash.; two sons, Ardell of Vancouver, and Wilbur of Spokane; 18 grand- children; 20 great grand- children: five sisters, Mary Watson, Esther Wight and Rose Williams all of Card- ston, Annie Alder of Weiser, Idaho, and Mable Strate of Othello. Wash.: one brother, LeRo'y Wilson of Cardston. She'was predeceased by her husband in 1932, an infant daughter, Mary Ethel, a brother, Tom Wilson, and a sister, Martha Strate. Funeral services will be held in the Mountain View L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday, January 18th at 11 a.m., with Bishop Broyce Jacobs officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects from 8 until this evening at the funeral home in Cardston. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardslon, Directors of Funeral Service. C5831 DEATHS ROSSETTI Passed awa in Calgary on Tuesda January 14, 1975, following lengthy illnes Mr. Edwar Walter Rossetti at th age of 58 years, beloved hu band of Mrs. Helen Rossetti 214 15th St. N. Prayers will b said at p.m. on Frida (to-night) in Martin Bro MEMORIAL CHAPEL. Th funeral service will be held p.m. on Saturda; January 18, 1975, in Mart Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th St. N., with Re Father Ken Forster O.M.I, o ficiating. Interment wi follow in the Field of Hono Mountain View Cemeter Flowers gratefully declinec MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. C582 GIBB Max, beloved so of Mrs. Rita Irene Gibb Cardston, passed away Cardston on Thursday January 16th, 1975 at the a( of 60 years. He was born i Magrath and had lived ther most his life until he moved I Cardston in 1972. Besides hi mother he is survived by thre sisters, Thelma May Calgary, Myrl Greene Nanaimo, Lois Larson Cardston; three brothers Dale of Huntington, Utah Dean of Edmonton and Gart of Cardston. He wa predeceased by his fathe John James Gibb. Funera services will be held at thi Magrath L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday, January 18th a a.m., Bishop Alan Dudley officiating. Intermen will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service C5829 CARDS OF THANKS THE GOLDEN MILE EXECUTIVE AND BOARD regrets that the Salvation Army was omitted from the card of thanks for Christmas donations inserted in The Herald. The Salvation Army were most generous in their contributions to the Centre and we regret this ommission. C5784-17 SLACKA I would like to thank the doctors and the nurses on the 4th floor of Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care given me while I was there. I would also like to thank my relatives and friends for their visits and gifts. you, Mary Slacka 9081 ELLERT We thank all those who helped us during our bereavement at the death of our daughter and sister. Thank you for the masses, flowers, memorials to the T.B. Respiratory Fund, gifts of food, cards and letters and prayers. Special gratitude to Father Schuster, the C.W.L. and pallbearers. Leo Ellert Family and Larry Olson 9080 CARLSON We would like to express our sincere thanks to relatives and friends for their expressions of sym- pathy, flowers, cards, and food; special thanks to the soloist and Mr. William C. Thwing, the ladies of the Vasa Lodge, who served lunch. Also to the ambulance, the doctors of the Haig Clinic and nurses of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, and to the directors oT the Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. Carlson and Family 9122 South In short RITE 'phone service installed TABER (HNS) An electronic telephone exchange system which will give Taber residents toll free access to any provin- cial government department is in the final stages of installation here, according to Ken Tilley, Public Affairs Bureau con- sultant, of Edmonton. The new exchange is installed in the civic administration building which houses the department of agriculture offices where the control switchboard is located. Known as the RITE (Regional Information Telephone En- quiries) system, the service gives free access to any communi- ty so equipped. Mr. Tilley says that by the end of March, about 40 centres will be on the network. With six trunk lines to the switchboard and more planned for the future, a single number, 223-4471, will provide province wide connections during office hours. All local government off- cies are reached through this number. An emergency provision is that the local department of highways can be reached off-hours by dialing the present number 223-2425. Otherwise the common number is to be used. The service is designed to give better service between the public and the civil service and government, says Mr. Tilley. Teacher becomes publisher TABER (HNS) In his eighth year in the teaching profession, and for the last three and a half at Taber, Gilbert L. Hancock is retiring from his position with the Taber Separate School District to take over as publisher of the Raymond Review. A native of Raymond, Mr. Hancock has been industrial arts instructor at St. Mary's High School here. Mrs. Hancock has been working at the admissions office at the Taber General Hospital. Both have been active in the Taber L.D.S. First Ward. Cousins win scholarships Two cousins from the Hays district attending the School of Agriculture at the Lethbridge Community College have won scholarships from the Alberta Wheat Pool. Ken Olfert, a first year student and Tom Olfert, a second year student, were presented today from Milo Fleming, fieldman for the Pool. The Henry Wise Wood Scholarships, honoring a former wheat pool president, are for outstanding academic achievement. Machine seminar Feb. 13 When to buy machinery for farm work and when to hire custom operators to economic advantage is one of the questions to be answered at a farm machinery seminar at the Olds College Feb. 13. The pros and cons of keeping existing machinery instead of buying new machines is another topic. Farm machinery syndicates and co operatives will also be discussed. Mel Service, Farm Implement Act inspector, will discuss farm machinery contracts and what to watch for in these contracts. Wilson Loree and Les Lyster, Alberta department of agriculture regional economists, will discuss tax implications and the difference between recapture of capital cost allowance and capital gains when trading machinery. The one-day seminar starts at a.m. Employees receive raise BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Town of Blairmore 'mployees received an immediate hourly wage increase nd a further 25-cent hourly increase effective July 1 with atification of a new one-year contract with the Canadian Union tf Public Employees. R. A. Campion, labor relations officer, brought the town ind union to an agreement in conciliation proceedings here. Auction man on national board Joe Perlich, co-owner of 'erlich Bros. Auction Market i Lethbridge, has been ap- winted to the National board i directors for the ompetitive Livestock Marketing Association. Announced by association resident J. D. Branscome, >lr. Perlich joins one person 'om six other Canadian rovinces to guide the con- nental corporate trade group hich includes most of the tales in" the United States. JOE PERLICH !ensus-takers sought at Taber TABER (HNS) Town council this week decided to seek a cal organization 'that would be willing to take a census here ring May. Offers to take the census at 15 cents per name will be ceived to the end of February. Taber's population was according to the last census ken in October, 1973. Services are to be installed for the seven residential lots rth of the L. T. Westlake School in south Taber. The lots were rchased some time ago from the Taber school division. The rvices will cost an estimated and are to be installed as rly as possible in 1975. Tenders are being called for the supply of fuels to be livered as required to the town shop on 50th St. at 64th Ave. Minister to speak Monday MILK RIVER (HNS) Telephones and Utilities Minister Roy Farran will speak here Monday evening at the annual ban- quet of the Milk River and District Chamber of Commerce. Chamber president S. B. Coleman says Mr. Farran will speak about rural gas co-operatives and general government policy in natural gas rural services expansion. Mr. Farran will also speak about extended flat rate CARDSTON (Staff) The telePnone calling, whereby telephone users may call neighbor- Cardston Municipal District inS "nder a t council this week agreed that Coleman said Thursday about 200 people are expected Southern Alberta needs to attend the banquet, hockey players and the best gln a soclal nour at 6 P m- in the Elks Hall way to develop the sport is to e' support it. Council agreed to pay 17 cents a mile toward travel costs of this season's minor hockey program here. "We CARDSTON report in Thursday's editionon.the are going to be stuck with that Cardston Municipal District council should have read "would every said Coun. 'ike to see guard rails on bridge approaches abandoned in favor Molcak. of cables." Council to support hockey CARDSTON Cardston Mun council this week'agreed that Bridge story incorrect ;