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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueldoy, Jonuory 23, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 leader in difficult time' DEATHS FUNERAL MILLER Velma J.. passed DYRXE Requiem mass ior H. Wevers Jr. of Fon Macleod j away in Claresholm after a Ralph John Byrne, beloved hus- are pleased to annoiEce the lengthy illness, on Tuesday, 1 band of Mrs. Mildred Byrne of birth of their son, Michael January 23rd, 1973, at the age' 505 15th St. S. who died sudden- Robert Edward, born on Janu- 0[ 75 years, beloved wife of Mr. i !y at Edmonton Thursday. Jan. ary 16, 1973 and weighing 7 A yr (Bide) Miller of Clares-. 18. 1973, WES said at 10 a.m. IBS. 11 oz. A bro-.her for Paula j Funeral arrangements Monday in St. Patrick's Roman i and Thomas. Insured. win. announced when com- i pleted. CHRISTENSEN SAL- FUNERAL HOME LTD. i Directors of Funeral Service. C6782 BIRTHS i WEVERS Mr. Liid Mrs. J. 5768 i SPACKMAN Jesn and; Elaine are proud to announce i the birth of a daughter, Sandra j Kaye, on January 12, 1373. A! darling little granddaughter for AnnabeUe bridge. Spackman HARDER Passed away at a residence on Saturday. Jan- 20th. 1973. "T; lengthy illness. Mrs. Elizabeth Harder ai the age of 87 years, Catholic Church with Rev. M. Gillis. Ojfl. the celebrant. Pall- bc-arers were Allan. Melvin aid Everest Johnson: Robert. Bob and Allan Byrne Interment was in the Mount Calvary- section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Sen-ice, was in charge cf the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM KROPI.SAK In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. Mike, who passed away January 23. 1960. You were laken without any warning. Your going left hearts full with pain. But thougn you are gone from among us, In our hearts you will always remain. loved and remember- ed by son, Lome, Jean and family. 6020 _ OTTAWA (CP) Paul Mar- 1 I n Canberra, Australian i German summit meeting, as pan in paid triVj'j? tin, government leader in the Prime Minister Gough Whitlam the news only became known Johnson's rote in the war. said Johnson would be remem- BrJa- forming presidents of the United Slates. in Tokyo. a spokesman for GOL'GII Sarenali Gay, born January 21. 1973 a! a.m. Proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gough, Ray- mond. A sis'er for Robbie. Tim and Craig. 6034-2-i DEATHS of Ccaldale. beloved wife of the late Mr. Peter Harder. Born in Russia, the late Mrs. Harder cair-e to Manitoba in 1925 and then one yesr later moved to Coaldale where she has coaun- ued to reside until her passing. She is survived by five sons. 1 Messrs. Peter Harder of Coal- dale, Ben Harder of Hamilton, Hospital in Calgary. Onl.. Jake Harder oi Leth-! Frances Bene. RICE TARGETS SET JAKARTA (Reuter) Sub- district chiefs in East Java face dismissal if they fail to achieve fol- lowing a severe CARDS OF THANKS BERTE I would like to ex- ri uctloa t u. press, my sincere thinks to all my inerds ana relatives who e e sent cards, letters, Mass cards, flowers and gifts to me during mv recent stav at the Focihills Senate, conveyed sympathy and regret to the people of the Stales on the death Mon- day of former president Lyndon Johnson. "He was president of the U.S. at a very difficult time. "We did not see eye-to-eye on many aspects of government especially the Vietnam war but the relations between our two governments were sat- isfactory and cordial." "I'm swe he will po down in history for his contributions to civil rights in the U.S. and for contributions to great educa- tional Mr. Martin was minister for external affairs in the Pearson government when Mr. Johnson was president. External Affairs Minister Mit- said Monday that Prime Minister frudeau would make a statement in the House today on the death of Mr. Johnson. Similar statements are es- pec'.ed from the leaders of op- Kv ntrv s-id the for mer U.S. leader "was 'deier- after 1 a.m. gon, Air Vice-Marshal Cao Ky, wbo was pre- miied 10 protect dernrxTccy mier of South Vietnam when i and freedom in Metnara and rJs Japan's foreign ministry, Tsu- the American troop buildup be- efforts will result in lust peace, tomu said: "The govern- ment as well as the Japanese people want to express their deepest condolences over the sudden death of Mr. Johnson." British Prime Minister Ed- ward Heath is sending a mes- sage of condolence, the test of which will be released later, British officials said. Sir Alec Douglas-Home, the British foreign secretary and prime minister- during the first years of the Johnson adminis- tration, also is expected to send a message of condolence. Frtnch radio stations led their early morning radio bulle- tins today with news of Johr- son's death. But there was no immediate official reaction from French authorities or from tne entourage of West German Chancellor Willy Brandt, in Paris for a Franco- PRAIRIE CHICKEN Pass-: bridee. Henry Harder of Wat-' away Saturday. January 20, Ont.. Corrie Harder 1973. Maggie, aged 56 years, be-, Toronto- three dauehters. Miss PICTURE BUTTE LODGE loved wife of Allan Prairie j Elizabeth Harder oi Ccaldale.. NO. T6 Wish to announce thai Chicken of the Peisan Reserve.' jijs H (Lenal Janzen oi Clear- i the ladies of the Royal Purple The funeral service will be con-! B C.. Mrs. D. Barcns anJ Picture ducted from St. Cyprian's Cath-; Thiessen of Coaldale: 21 grand-1 Lodges liie to an cSc Church. Brocket KI Wed- cMdrerl seven ereat-grand- the visi or Supreme nesday at 2 p.m.. Rev. R. Hunt children she was predeceased Lad-r. -lisbie Butre Nixon salutes Johnson: 'a man of great ability' WASHINTON ICP'' Presi- dent Nixon led the United H. R. j States Monday night in moum- of Hose ing the death of former presi- The fiags alreaor are at m35i to mark the death 2S days ago of another former prfsident. Harry S Truman. HONtE LTD., Pincher Creek. on Thursday CS7S1 ;n fa Mennonite Ccurch. Cosldale, VATH Passed away in the Henry Nikkei officiiving. Inter- city m Sunday. January 21. ment'will follow in the Coaldale 1973, following a lengthy illness. Cemeterv. Friends may pay Mrs. Lena Vath ai the age of rhtir respects a. the church S3 years, beloved wife of Mr. from 1 p.m. until jus: p-icr to FUN-AALS llKAHA-M will be held on Wednesday at i Service. C6763 3 p.m. in Soutniainster United Ciurrh with i.itermer.; lo fol- low hi Archniount Memonai Gardens. Friends may donate to the Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust Bide. Leih-; N-eUie Rirjei belm-ed bridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. nile Directors cf the Funeral Ser-, u Raymond Thurs- rice. iday. Jan. 18. 1973. at the age of 71 years, was held at 1 p.nL i Mondav Jan 22. 1973. in the ANDERSON' Monday. Jan-' jla_ii; of Jesus Christ 1973. Miss Gladys An-; o, Latteixiay Sails with Bish- derson of ISO Caragana Cres on K M DaM officiatinB. N.W. Born in Taber. p-ilbearers ,vere Christian Jen- Alberta, she attended Picture Joseph Burte School and received her "shalion. James and Bachelor of Education from the Walsco Mrie Honorary pali- Ua'versify rf Edmon- ton, and her Master oi Arts from the University oi Oregon. Eugene. Oregcn. Miss Ander- son taught school at several Alberta country- points and in Calgary at William Aberhart and at the tias of passing at Heights H i g h p School. Miss Anderson is sur- j rived by one brother. James T. for Anderson. Vancouver. B.C. acd oae sister. Mrs. A. (Ethel) 16th Branch. Calgsry. Memorial set- cjjy rices will he held er and grandmother. Frma Graham, during her lengthy illness; also to all our friends and relatives for their floral I tributes, cards and donations of j food. A very special thanks also Fuaeral semce for tie Sunshine Ladies of the Order oi the Royal Purple for their very kind assistance dur- ing our recent bereavement. We are very grateful to all who helped in any way. Graham family James, and daughters, Patricia and Frances 6033 Ronald L. Ziegler said Mrs. Johnson telephoned Nixon at p.m. EST to inform him of- ficially of the former presi- dent's death. Afterwards. Niion ordered all flags on federal buildings and installations si borne asd abroad to fly at half mast for 30 are linked in death. 1 believe that America will come to un- derstand that they are also joined in greatness.'" The White House said N'L-co would issue a proclamation Tuesday proclaiming a period of nations] mounung for the former president. J fcdo'enres were forthcom- ing q-dcitly from both friends and political foes oi Johraorj. Spiro Agnew described Johmoa as a man ri courage and integrity. "President Johnson's comes as a severe shock. His strength and vitality, his liveliness and warmth, made the idea p: his rising somehow unbelievab-.p." Agnew said in a statement Moaday night. "No president in our history has tried harder to serve his cdXitry well. His many accom- themselves. In time his coun- trymen will come to fcilly ap- preciate them." SELECTION OF and NOW BALANCE Women's SHOES 20% I Oft BOOTS I0fb Off SPECIAL SELECTION OF Women's and NOW PAIR JUST SELECTION Vi Purses 10% OPEN _____ -f THURSDAY TIU 9.00 P.M. WORLD 31 7 A 5 reel were friairis of the family. Interment was in the Msgrath Cemetery. Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Fursral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. United Church. 2SC6 32 Ave. N.W. on Thursday at p.m. Cremation. Rev. J. Elliott of- ficiating. THE GARDEN CHAP- EL (Foster FiEersl Home! MO 16 Ave. NAY.. Cslgary. Direci- ers. Flowers gracefully ccciinrd. Funeral ills Human, beloved hus- t Frances oi 1815 ,-e. N. w-ho died in the Jan. 16. 1973. p.m. Saturday. Jan. 20. 1975. in the Christea- sen C'apel with Mr. Arvid Mc- Kee officiaJing. Pallbearers were Pysh. Dean Pred- dy, Roko Starcaric. Peier Dyck. Mctor Vidale and George oirpsnter. Interment in the Mountain View Cemetery. C'-nistensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Fti- was in of the arrangements. GIRBXV away suu- rienly on Siturdiy. January 20. 1973. Mr. WUu'arj Xeal Oirbsv. ;.l the see o; 15 beloved son of Mrs-. Marjcrie Girbav of Ccaldale. Bom in Exeter. Ontario. Bill came to Lelh- bridce in 1957 and then lo Coal- dale in 1967. He received his education at Lethbridge and CoaMaV' and was employed at Haico Mfg. Ltd. at the lime of his passing. Besides his mother he is survived by two brothers. Bob and Mich-iej. both at home snil by his grandparents. Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Ano'rcws of U'il- cox. Saskaichewan. The funeral service "-ill be he'd on Wed- nesday at 1 p.m. in Southmin- Church Kcv. Dr. R. W. K. ElliNl ofiici.itmp. Iniernifnt will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Those who wish may to the Sun- riso Ranch. Co.ilrf.ilc or to I lie of Uioir rlioico. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD.. IVjTCliVs ot the Funeral Service. C67M i FRITZ Funeral ierrice fcr Karry Fritz, beloved husbar.c of Mi's. Minnie Fritz who diexi suddenly at Lethbridee csy. Jan. IS. 1973. ape oi 69 years, was held at 1 Saturday in Martin Brcs. Mer.i- i o-ial Chapel. 703 13th St. with Rev. Blake .Anderson oiii- Pallbearers were Jsko ETWUI and Alfred Fe'.- ger. Hugh Tnomson. Dutch Hol- msn and >nkc (LiO Luco. Ir- Ln Mountain Vieiv Ctr.ie'.ery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. of Fiaeral Sen-ice. i was in charge of the arrange- merits. RANNARD FtLTeral ser- rice for Robert S'.rinley Ran- nard. belm'ed husband c.f Mr.'. Sarah Rannard of 314 15th Si. N. who died in the ciiy Wed- nesday. Jan. 17. 1973, after B brief illness at the age of 79 years, was held at 3 p.m. Sat- urday in Martin Bros. Trndi- tioMl Chspol. S12 Srd Ave. S.. with Rev. R. W. Cowan officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Morris MacFarlane. Murray Rudy. Robert H. Thornton, Alvm W. Rider. Edward R-idley and Charles Ascroit. Inlerment was in Mountain View Cenuxery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sfnice, was in charge of the arrangements. CHEAPKR TO SF.TTLE CANBERRA (Rculon Ili- vorrcs vill cost in Aus- Iralia from next month with introduction of maxinv.im chnrccs of for undefended ncLions and for those de- fended. IN MEMORIAMS DORSEY In loving mem- ory of J. V. "Bud" Dorsey, who passed away suddenly January 23. 1971. sadly missed and loving- ly remembered by Annetta. 5969 KOLIASKA In loving mem- ory of a dear wife and mother. Grace Koliaska, who away January 23. remembered b y her husband Xick. son Ales F.r-3 family. 5970 THIELEN In loving mem- ory of our dear father. Peter Thielen. who passed away Jan- uary 23. 1971. A heart of gold stopped beat- ing. Hard worktsg hands at God broie oar h-caris to prove to 115 H? c.iry tikes th? brst. remembered and >.-.d- !v by his {Erniiy 5371 KROPINAK In loving mem- of ii husband and Krop-iitak. who It not wh-t cr i? still r-.er.iory. stil! dc-.'t facie, thev Tire and Auto Centre ALL SIZES ONE LOW PRICE OT.E1U.Y lr. r.-er.-.- ory of a cesr nv.rher. Lccer.o T he- paired sw.yy ua.-.- n. ;P5J io.-i a 3 of pole, How miic-h wo c.-n nrvcr No :o'.d She sharorf our Iroubics. rn.1 he'.ped us If we follow fcots'.crs we go "Tcr.p. and !u-r ror.5 I'rotik ard Je-hn. KROP1N 1- I-.'.OT.- ory of V.i.-'.isol Knmnsk. Iv- lovcd passed J. Loving kir.ci in all his I'pnph: and jus; to the of his S'.ncon- kind in IxMrt aiu! mir.d. IVhn: .1 Ivp.tiliful mcrnorj- he W: b.-hird. mcp.iory. Marvin and Blackwoll installed 4 PLY NYLON .98 19 FIBRE GLASS BELTS .98 inilolled 21 c-GUARDSMAN: ply for o- iupt-r b-WIDE Fl pv'rc 1'r rc ;S F7M.4 G'S.14 K7S-U F7E-15 G7E.-5 H 5 J7J-15 Seaft guarantee at Simpsons-Sears you gel the finest gunrantea ulff Action or money nfunded Bnd free delivery our stort-txtoor wltfl the prolocn you nvfry wiv Quality Costi No More at SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. lo 5.30 p.m. Cn.'v f-.-> end Friday until 9 p.m. Cfrmp Village 3rd A.f 1." -i S'. ;