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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta County names committees; Pittman renamed reeve WARNER (HNS) - The organization meeting of the County of Warner reappointed E. F. Pittman of Milk River as reeve of the county. Mr. Pittman has held this position since he was appointed in 1964. Committees: School committee - All members of council, town and village representatives. Public works - All members of council. Agriculture committee-J. P. Blackmer, Coutts; J. H. Otto, Warner; M. M. Dahl, Raymond; R. Dannatt, Warner. Land lease committee - J. P. Bteckmere, Coutts; D. L. Christensen, Stirling; J. H. Otto, Warner, L. E. Trockstad, N'aw Dayton. Court of revision - E. F. Pittman, Milk River; J. H. Otto, Warner; L. E. Trockstad, New Dayton; M. M. Dahl, Raymond. Welfare committee - All members of council. Board of health - All members of the council. Farm purchase board - E. F. Pittman, Milk River; D. L. Christensen, Stirling; and councillor in area in which land is located. Council representatives are on the following boards: Ridgeview Lodge - M. Holt, Raymond, with M. M. Dahl, Raymond as alternate. Health unit - Mrs. E. C. Mueller, Wrentham. " Sunshine Seed Cleaning Plant - L. E. Trockstad, New Dayton. Border Seed Cleaning Plant -J. H. Otto, Warner, J. P. Blackmere, Coutts. Crews to train at U.S. site EDMONTON (CP) - Flight crews employed by Air Canada will be trained to fly Boeing 747s in Washington State instead of at Edmonton as ori-gionally planned because the United States site has better facilities, says Transport Minister Don Jainieson. In a letter to Marcel Lambert, Progressive Conservative member of parliament for Edmonton West, Mr. Jamieson said the American site was chosen because the airport at Moses Lake, Wash., is close to the Boeing plant in Seattle. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Tractors-Trucks Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Irani COPPER - BRASS - RADIATORS - BATTIRIES - CAST IRON-Etc. - Truck Loads - Carloadi- Truck Seal**-Magnet Cran* Sarvic* National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North "Scrap li Our Buiiniti" Phone 328-1721 HARDUTE LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Available in ALL prescription*. Tneee HardWa lenaee are:  Shatterproof and backed by a $5,000.00 warranty against eye injury, e Halt the weight of ordinary glasses, e Available in a variety of styles, shapes, and tints, a Protective lenses are law in somr Icoumrles - adviaable everywhere. Specializing in the fitting of Eye *4f'*- Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglcuui  Children's Framtt Magnifiers  Repairs  Reasonable Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 7lli ST S IFTHBHIOCE Phone 3?7 3609 unera Is, i M emorictms DEATHS SWEDA - Passed away in the city on Saturday, January 23, 1971, Mr. Steve Sweda, at the age of 75 years, a well-known old timer of the city. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3093 CHAPMAN - Robert Murray, passed away in Lethbridge January 21, 1971, at the age of 55 years, beloved husband of Mrs; Elizabeth Chapman, of 2125 5 Ave. N., Lethbridge. Born in Cardston and raised in Spring Coulee. He lived in Gal-gary in the early forties where he married Elizabeth Megan Stalker. In 1955 he moved to Lethbridge. He has been active in Minor Baseball in past years after his playing days were over. He leaves to mourn besides his loving wife, one daughter, Mrs. Harry (Rae Anne) Mensch of Leth.; Tour sons, Edward Robert of Vancouver, John Frederick of Lethbridge and Harold James and Daryl at home; one grandson, Robert Harry and one sister Mrs. W. (Florence) Fortner of Spring Coulee. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel, (327 10 St. S.) on Monday, January 25, 1971 at 2 p.m., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Those who wish may donate to the Dorothy Gooder School, (1805 9 Ave. N). Chris tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3094 FUNERALS WESLEY - Funeral service for Mrs. Helen Ruth Wesley, who died at the Wesley Ranch Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1971, at the age of 60 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel, Lethbridge, with Ferris Zaugg of the Taylor Stake presidency of the LDS Church officiating. Pallbearers were Brian Peterson, Slim Berry, Bill Pelham, Vera Parker, and Gordon and Ray Wesley. Honorary pall bearers were Victor Slingsby, Harold Wesley, Jim Paul, Eugene Bohnier, George Lastuka and Don Meldrum. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CURLISS - Funeral service for John (Jack) Curliss, beloved husband of Mrs. Rose Curliss of Cardston who died: at Lethbridge Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1971, at the age of 91 years, was held at l p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, 1971, in the Alberta Stake Chapel of the LDS Church with Bishop Red Zemp officiating. Pallbearers were Warner Linder, Garth Matkin, Roland Herr, Mike and Eugene Biemler and Ed Wolff. Inter-ment was in the Cardston Ce-etery. Christensen Salmon Fu neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERALS WEASEL FAT - Funeral service for Gerald Weasel Fat, beloved son of Fred Weasel Fat of the Blood reserve and the late Beatrice Weasel Fat who died recently at the age of 16 years, was held at St. Paul's Anglican Church recently with Rev. Allan McCuaig the celebrant, assisted by Rev. Dod-man. Interment .was in the Blood Band Cemetery. Pallbearers were Daniel Weasel Fat, Billy Weasel Fat, Wood-row Goodstriker. Evans Day Chief and Andrew Black Plume. Eden's Funeral Home, Fort Macleod, was in charge of the arrangements. Ski Doo valui! isn't' |tist ;i U | small price tag It's a lot ul I features wrapped up >" one ^| h"l la- lory li.nind nr. Iijn . -. s ' i e I  I. I I o � ' . k . I I | ^ Jt: l''"1'' Value is the �^�^^^^�^^ Price. n |e'  I * a , i t > 1  t I 1  r s 1 >  > a 1 n 1. I . .  #\ I I J deal anyAheie lake tin-F^^k LbiBmm � 1 '.mpat I lahuious new t Ian only So-lS Jr >es a II it '. vaiue you ie alter ijel the M >,!' h 1 ne I hat olll . a � ">' 'here t' BERT t MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avenue South lETHBRIDOf, Alio. ANDERSON SUPPLY LTD. Bas ISt WARNER, Alio. The a/on of Mia ffmat no-atop chopping cantor for snowmeMtefl, winter porttwoor, ceoMorim, parts and serWce. T.M. Bombtrcfltr ltd. BOHAN - Funeral service for James Patrick Bohan, Cranbrook locomotive engineer killed in a freight collision near Crowsnest Tuesday morning, was held today at 2 p.m. in Knox Presbyterian Church at Cranbrook with Rev. A. R. Henderson officiating. Cremation followed. He was born in Calgary in 1927, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bohan. They settled at Kitchener a few months later. He grew up there and began CP Rail service in Cranbrook in 1944. He was in the Canadian Army until 1947 when he resumed railway work and continued for many years as locomotive engineer out of Cranbrook. He is survived by his wife, the former Marion Fyles, at their home 3805 South 17th St., six children, Jim, Robin, Kevin, Noma, Sherry and Melanie, all at home, his parents, a brother, Len, Cranbrook and three sisters, Mrs. E. (Mary) Jacks and Mrs. A. (Alice) Joy Creston and Mrs. R. (Beatrice) Cox, Spruce View. IN MEMORIAMS HALL - In loving memory of our dear husband, dad and granddad, Mr. James Wm. Hall, who passed away January 24th, 1959. His weary hours and days of pain. His troubled nights are passed, And in our aching hearts we know He has found sweet rest at ___. last. It's sad to walk the road alone Instead of side by side But to all there comes a mem-ent When the ways of life divide. We often sit and think of him When we are all alone, For memory is the only friend That grief can call its own. We mourn for him in silence, No eyes can see us weep, But many a silent tear is shed While others are asleep. -Lovingly remembered, sadly missed by his loving wife Rose: son Jim, Bonnie; granddaughters Michele, Stacy and Kerry Hall of Edmonton. 2400 KOLIASKA - In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Grace, who passed away January 23, 1970. -Ever remembered by Nick, Alex and Helen. 2408 KOWALSKI - Treasured memories of our dear dad, John Kowalski, who passed away January 24, 1856. May the sunshine you missed on life's highway, Be yours in God's garden of rest. -Quietly remembered and sadly missed by his children and grandchildren. 2409 IN MEMORIAMS ALFOllD - In loving memory of our dear mother, Miriam, who passed away January 24, 1944. In memory's garden we meet every day. -Miriam and Nellie and their families. 2407 Saturday, January 33, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Hard to get government views on public matters O'REILLY - In loving memory of a dear mother, Loretta O'Reilly, who passed away January 23, 1S69. God saw you getting weary, He did what He thought best, He put His arms around you, And whispered come and" rest. Lovingly remembered by sons, Frank and John. 2401 KROPINAK-In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Michael, who passed away January 23, 1960. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear, Treasured forever with love sincere, Deep in my heart your memory is kept, I loved you too dearly to ever forget. -Ever remembered by wife Helen and daughter Percine 2412 CARDS OF THANKS TOMOMITSU - We wish to express our most sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends and neighbours and those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. We would also like to thank the doctors and the nursing staff of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital. -Mrs. I. Tomomitsu and family. 2393 DEVON NURSING HOME - The guests, staff and matron of the Devon Nursing Home would like to express their thanks for the very nice time we had during December. Our appreciation to all who made 1970 such a happy year for us. With our best wishes we are looking forward to seeing you in 1971. C3079 THOMPSON - We wish to express our most sincere thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives. Thanks for flowers and sympathy cards. Our deepest appreciation to everyone in the sorrow in the passing of a beloved husband. -Mrs. Annie Thompson and family. 2399 LINDWALL - Sincere thanks to the doctor, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for such good care during my recent illness. Thanks to relatives and friends for the lovely flowers, visits, cards and gifts. I do appreciate very much all that was done to help me during this tune. My deepest appreciation to everyone. -Emily Lindwall. 2406 HAZEL K1RBY (nee Eagle-son)-Many thanks to all who in any way helped to make our sorrows much easier to bear in the loss of a dear and wonderful mom, grandma, nanny and sister. Special thanks to the doctors, staff of first east wing of St. Michael's Hospital; to those --ho sent cards, flowers, food, made calls and offers of help; to Rev. Elhard for the lovely service and solo; Dick Fairbanks (grandson) for the family prayer; Alma (organist), Dan Da vies, soloist (niece and nephew) for the lovely selections rendered; also to the ladies who served lunch after the funeral. -Elsie, Frank, Isabelle, Charlie and families. Eagleson families. 2341-23 IN MEMORIAM KROPINAK-In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Michael Kropinak, January 23, 1980. Some things in life you can not buy, A gift that's rare and true, It is the gift of a wonderful father, Like the one we found in you. -Ever remembered and uadly missed by Lorne and Jean Kropinak and family. 2411 PADGETT - Treasured mem ories of a dear husband, Fred, a loving father, father-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather who Dassed away January 24, 1968. Ever thoughtful, ever kind, A beautiful memory left behind. -From his loving wife Ethel-wyn and all the family. 2410 SACKMAN - In loving memory of a dear biother, brother-in-law and uncle, Elmer Sack-man, who passed away January 24. 1969. Every day in soma small wayv Memories of you keep coming our way. -Ever remembered by Glen Betty and Loralee. 2414 SACKMAN - In loving mem ory of our dear son and brother, Elmer, who passed away January 24, 1989. With tender memories ever true, Today and always we think of you. -Lovingly remembered by mom, dad and Albert. 2413 ENNS - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, William J. Enns. who passed away on January 23. 1970. One year has passed away, Since our great sorrow fell, The shock that we received that day, No one can ever tell. Gone from us your loving face Your pleasant cheerful ways A heart that won so many friends, In happy bygone days. But God is good and God knows best And we who loved you will never forget. -Lovingly remembered by his wife Mary and family. 2402 Glen Hacke heads AOTS COUTTS' (HNS) - The Gold Springs AOTS Men's Club held its supper meeting at the Coutts United Church with 18 members and guest Dr. Brewster on hand. Officers were installed as fol lows: president Glen Hacke; secretary Robert Minor; vice-president Ray Thielen. Lief Trockstad and Edlen Duell from New Dayton are the immediate past - president and secretary. Dr. Brewster spoke on rabies. Week of prayer MILK RIVER (HNS) - The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will be recognized in Milk River with an inter-faith Christian prayer service Sunday, Jan. 24, at 7:30 p.m. This event will be held in the Erie Rivers High School auditorium. Participants from var ious Christian denominations will take part. The service is co-ordinated by Rev. Jordan of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church and Rev. Howlett of St. Paul's United Church. All Christians are invited to attend. EDMONTON (CP) - Tim Christian, president of the University of Alberta Students' Union, said here that "no matter how you try, you can't get the government's views on public matters." The students' union, sponsor of a teach-in next week, has been trying since early November to get a federal cabinet minister to take part, he said in an interview. "Energy Minister Greene's office expressed interest in his coming, but we had no formal answer. Last week, I phoned his office to be certain he was coming and they said he has other commitments." Mr. Christian said it is not the first time the university has been left hanging only to find at the last minute that the government speaker could not come. A spokesman for Mr. Greene's Ottawa office said the minister is scheduled to speak at a meeting of Anglican and United Church people in Niagara Falls, Ont., Jan. 26, the day of the teach-in at Edmonton. The students' union has been accused of sponsoring biased teach-inc, with more speakers attacking the government than supporting it, he said. Next week's teach-in, the new nationalism, has as speakers James Laxer of Kingston, Ont., Waffle leader and candidate for the New Democratic Party leadership; Mel Watkins, University of Toronto professor and outspoken critic on the economic domination of Canada by the U.S.; Leo Johnson, University of Waterloo history professor, and Alvin Hamilton, former Progressive Conservative Agriculture Minister. Want to make a change for the better! There's a plan that can solve your money worries at university. And some other worries too. It's called the Regular Officer Training Plan. (ROTP). ROTP pays your tuition expenses while you earn your degree in Engineering. Sciences. Or Arts. ROTP solves your summer employment problems by paying you every summer between years. While you train to become an officer. ROTP guarantees you an interesting, well-paying career when you graduate. As a commissioned officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Give some thought to ROTP. 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