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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1971 THE UTHBR1DGE HtRAlD 23 Cards Of In Memoriams DEATHS JOHNSON Passed away in the city on July following a lengthy Avie August at the age of 60 of Funeral arrangements will be announced when Martin Directors of Funeral SCHNEIDER Brian beloved husband of pass ed away in Calgary on June aged 30 He leaves to mourn his loss besides his his daughter Robin his and Victor Schneider and three Wayne and Fu neral services will be held in July 3 at in Anthonys Roman Cath olic Foster Garden Chapel in Calgary 2437 KOENTGES July William aged 64 beloved husband of Irene May 308 8 Street passed away at the General fol lowing a lengthy Be sides his beloved he is also survived by one Rich ard Blairmore one Alvin Rita Calgary four grandchildren his Joseph and one He was prede ceased by his Louise Koentges in Born in he came to Canada in 1910 to the Crowsnest where he resided until moving to Calgary in residing at Calgary Koentges was a member of the and Air Force Veterans Services at Leydens Chapel of John McKenzie of Wes ley United Church Interment Queens Park Cem C6022 HAMLING Passed away suddenly in the city on Wed June Les le at the age of 47 beloved husband of Emily Ham ling of Born in New Dayton in the Iste Hamling was raised and edu cated in He served with Canadian Armed Forces in the Second World War aad has farmed in the Foremost nea since He was a member of the Foremost Elks Besides his loving he is survived by four Janet Miss Karen Glenda and at home his James Lcthbridpe one Helen Fort Macleod pnd two Howard Warner and Don ald He was predeceased by his mother 1969 The funeral will be held at on Satur day in the 10th Avenue with Elder Fred Wutske In terment will follow in the fam ily Archmounl Memorial Friends may pay their respects from to prior to the in the Relief Society Room of the 10th Martin Directors ot Funeral C6023 FUNERALS BERGLUND Funeral ser vice for Oliver Dewey Berg beloved husband of Florence Berglund of 821 12th A who died in the city June afler a brief illness at the age of 73 was held at June in Martin Memorial 703 13th with Crisfield Pallbear ers were Alex George Fred Abe Jim Urban and George Interment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cem Martin Di rectors of Funeral was in charge of the BRINDLEY Funeral ser vice for Alice Louisa beloved wife of the late John Brindley who died in the city June after a brief illness at the age of 73 was held at 2 June in Martin Tradi tional 812 3rd with Crisfield offici Pallbearers were Bill Matt Gordon Ernie Bud Boulton and Jacob Dog Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrange ments OMEARA Funeral ser vice for Florence Made line Moved wife of the late George OMiara who died in the city June after a brief illness at the age of 9 was held at June in Augustines Anglican Church with Rev Doyle and Archdeacon Cecil Swanson of Calgary offici Pallbearers were Jack Ernie Thurston and In terment was in Mountain View Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrange menK FUNERAL DOUCET Funeral service for Gerald Taber resi dent and former post master at Beaver who died at Taber Tuesday June at the age of 50 as held at July in AtiguslinV Ro m a n Catholic Church with Burke Hosch ka the Pallbearers were Ado Dennis Ness Charles Peter Joe Miyada and Joe Interment was in the Taber Memorial Hump hrics Funeral was in charge of the ar Dead man named SWIFT CP RCMP idontifiud Rich ard Patrick of no fixed address but recently of as the man shot and killed in connection with a bank rohbcfv at Police said nearly was found on the body of the dead man who was shot in an ex change of gunfire with police near Ravcnscrag 15 miles west of The incident followed the rob bery of n branch of the Bank of Montreal by a masked man armed will a sawcdoff sUot CARD OF THANKS WHITNEY I would like to thank all the people who tool the time to visit some ol you many while I was in the Lethbridge Municipal Hos I have tried to remember all the names but if I have overlooked someone in the fol lowing please forgive me Mr and Ted Allen Mr Bill Maier and Byron Nilsson Garth Nilsson Pearl Nilsson and Dean Nilsson 01 e Olson and Ken Mor ris Kathryn Hurlburt Harold Jaffary anc Frank Kemper and Don Munro Hugl Teskey Fred Pritchard and Smith and Mrs John Malinsky and Mrs Alf Sloane and Dave Jenkins and Emerson Douglas and Rickv and Millar and Res Cahoon Mrs Cunningham Alf Stuart and Bert Keeling and and Sid Price Mr and Russell Schonert Clarence Brown Gor don Oddie John Jorstad Wallace Specia thanks also to all the wonderfu and I have non been transferred to the Auxili ary Ray Whitney 2418 IN MEMORIAM McANDREWS In loving memory ot a dear husband father and Walter who passed away July The face we loved missing the voice we loved i A place is vacant in ou that never can be Such pain he bore so patient for quite a weary whit He kept his sweetness to the with a brave and lov ing smile And when God look him to and hushed his heart to So peaceful was his swen it seemed a shame to Take care of him as ho takes his Because on earth he one of Ihe remembered by his loving Rose and 2419 Water export aired REGINA CP Any ma or diversion of Canadian wa er to the United States must M delayed until accurate in orraation on this countrys fu ture water requirements is Judge Harold Pope of Moose chairman of the Saskatchewan Water He sources C o m m i s s io said He said he doesnt think Can ada yet knows how much use able water it can afford to ex port to the United I am not entirely opposed to the export of some of our wa er but I am definitely opposed large diversions of water which could be detrimental to the wellbeing and develop ment of Judge Pope told final session of the joint annual meetings of the Saskatchewan Resources De velopment Association and the Water Resources As He said the United States is not short of water for drinking and municipal purposes if it uses all its available But the Americans do want mors water for such things as agricultural indus trial uses and dilution of sew NEW OFFICERS During the final business ses sion of tlie convention dele gates passed a resolution urg ing the federal government to establish a national policy un der the Canada Water act to govern major water control and storage facilities on inter jurisdictional Tufts of Regina was elected president of the Succeeding Hare of Elected president of the SRDA was Ben Van Hees of He succeeds Wheaton of First vice president the SRDA is Staples of Sas katoon and vicepresi dent is Andy Rankin of Moose New control tower will aid airport EDMONTON CP Mayor Ivor Dent said here that once a new control tower is built at the downtown industrial air port operations will return to He said he called the con ference because individuals and companies tend to regard reduction in traffic at the air port as a permanent thing rather than a momentary The ministry of transport cut down the hours during which commercial jets could use the thereby cutting the The fact that the minis try and the city agreed to carry out an air study which will determine the future of the ailport for the next 20 years was cited by Dent as a reason for From it will come the an swer pertaining to the industri al Edmontons rightful place as an air supply centre for the with Edmonton Nam ao and any other airport facil ities necessary to our he Cash receipts from farming operations clip OTTAWA CP Cash re ceipts from farming operations totalled million in the first i months of down per iit from million in the same period of last the Dominion Bureau of Statis tics reported The figures include cash re ceipts from the sale of farm advances on farmstored grains in West ern and payments from the Canadian wheat board on previous years but do not provide for arm They apply to all Canada except New DBS said the decline this year resulted mainly from lower cash receipts from the sale of tobacco and all livestock and livestock products except CHOOSE FLORIDA SITE WASHINGTON i The Democratic party has chosen Miami as the site of its 1972 convention to nominate n presidential elec tion Saturday Specials at g SIMPSONSSEARS Ladies9 Dress Clearance Over 300 to Gioose From at this Low Saturday Special Price Stock up now for home or holiday This se lection includes dresses from our catalogue orig inally priced a great deal Come early for best size and style Personal Shopping Only Please Economy House Paint We have sold hundreds of gallons of this white house paint at a gal The medium gloss finish stays fresh season after season and pro tects all outside Aluminum Webbed Lawn Chair Matching Aluminum Chaisette EACH 499 Sturdy aluminum frame and vinyl webbs give years of service and comfort now both priced for a Argus 164 Camera SPECIAL Carefree is cartridge loading and very easy to Comes complete with wrist color Camera Ladies Sof tee Casuals Vinyl 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