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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 13 THE LffriBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, July 4, 197 J BIRTH DL'KU. -Mr. ami -Airs. Rick DucLI arc pleased lo an- nounce Ihe birth of a daughter, Tamniy Jo, June 22, 1372. St. Michael's Hospital. A sister Jar Shelley. P r o ti d grandpar- ent are "Mr. and Mrs. Ellon Duell ol New Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. Anno Niebocr of Iron Springs. feinonami CARDS OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM DEATHS CALDIVICLI, We would !ikc to thank Mr. Don LeBaron, Mrs. Ness and the staff at Green Acres Lodge for the many acts of kindness shown to Roy during the years be resided at Lite Lodge. Also to the doelors and the slaff at Municipal Hospital for the care and attention be received [here. We also wish to thank Martin Brotbers Fimer- al Home and their staff and the Ileverand Dr. Elliott for the very line service. To the many friends who attended the chapel service and the graveside rites at War- SMITH Passed away stid-! nw. Also lo those who sent denly in Barons on Saturday, July 1, J972, Mr. James Robert Smith at tho age of 65 years, o[ Barons. The luncral service will be held on Thursday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chap- el, 812 3rd Avenue S. Interment will follow in the Field of Hon or, Mountain View Cemetery. It has been requested by the family that there be no flowers please. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral service. C2909 cards and flowers and provided cars and food and many oilier acts of kindness. family of Roy Caldnell. 4047 HOLLISTER Lacey James, passed away Monday, July 3, 1072, aged 75 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Sylvia Hollister, 315 12th Ave. N. Calgary. Bom Chilco, Idaho, came to the Vulcan-Nanton dis- tricts with his parents in 1904. He farmed in that district. Had lived in Trail, B.C. for some years. Retired to Calgary in 1953. Besides his wife be is survived by [wo brothers. Cal- vin Hollister and Ross Hollis- ter, both of Calgary: numerous nieces and nephews. Services at the Vulcan United Church on Thursday at p.m., Rev. William Julian officiating. In- ternment, Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FtlNERAL HOME. In charge of arrangements. C290B OLSEN Johanna Kalhrina. passed away in Cardston on Monday, July 3rd, 1972, at Ihe age of 98 years. Mrs. Olseu was torn in Denmark on April 14. J874. She is the last survivor of the late Hans Christian Jensen. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Mrs. Vinnie M. Beazer of Cardston and Mrs. Winfried Scott of Youbou, B C.; 14 grand- children; 73 great grandchil- dren, and eight great-great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel in Cardslon on Thurs- day, July 6th at 2 p.m., with the First Ward Bishopric official- ing. Interment will follow in (he Aetna Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay Iheir respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief So- ciety Room of Ihe church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2910 NEVILLE Frederick Rob- ert We would like to ex- press our sincere thanks to all those who helped in any way during our recent bereave- ment. Thanks to the doctors and nurses at St. Michael's Hos- pital; to the ambulance ser- vice and their helpers, to the party or parties who called the ambulance. Thanks to relatives and Iriends for their visits, gifts, of food, flowers, cards, phone calls, donations and all their kind words. Thanks lo the pallbear- ers and representatives of the Moose Lodge. Thanks to Mr. and Mi's. Dick Stevenson who opened their home to the public and served lunch after (lie funeral. Thanks (o the ladies from the Moose Lodge who helped serve the lunch. Thanks to Bishop Leo Davidson and all those who worked with him in his wonder- ful service. Thanks to the Chris- tensen Funeral Home for all the help they were to the fami- ly. Please accept our thanks for your many kindnesses. Words cannot express how much It meant to us. Neville and family IN MEMORIAMS MEHEDEN In loving mem- ory of a dear daughter, Helen _Mebeden, who passed away July 4, 1965. Sleep on m y beloved while years come and go; Each brings me s but close to you And the days we shall meet in the bright afterglow When my life's lonely journey is through. remembered by her mother, Meheden. 4877 KOVACH In loving mem ory of a dear father, grandfather KAWASAKI C h u h a c h i, i aTld great-grandfather, John, passed away in the city on Monday, July 3rd, 1972 at the age 75 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Yasue Kawasaki of 1811 5th Ave. N. Mr. Kawa- saki was born July 3rd, 1897 in Shigaken, Japan. He has lived in Alberta for 30 years and in the Lethbridge area for the last 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Yasue; one son, Tadao of Coleman; Iwo daughters, Mrs. Mikuyuki (Heidi) Terakita of Calgary and Mrs. Masako 'Mary) Takeda of Lelhbridge, 32 grandchildren and one broth- er, Soichi Kawasaki of Japan. Funeral services will be held in the north side Buddhist Church on Wednesday, July 5th, at p.ir., v.ith'Rev. S. Kosaka officiating, assisted by fiev. Y. Izumi. Inlcrmuiu ser- vice will held in the Clms- lenaai Chapel on Thursday July Glh al a.m. with in- terment lo follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. CHHIS- TENSEN SALMON1 FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu-i ncral Service. who passed away July 4, 1970. Two years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot ex- press Our heartache, sadness and lonliness. loved and remember- ed by daughter and son-in- law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. llll.L In loving niemory of Kevin James Hill, who passed away July 3, 1970, at the age of seven. Xo leugih of time can lake away Our thnutihls of vou from day lo day. Though ahseni you are always near. -Still loved. Mill missed, .still; very dear. remembered and i .s.idly missed by grandma and grandpn Smith, auntio Lcona, uncle Garald and cnusias Diane and Donna CARDS OF THANKS (JILI.IE.S We would like (o express our sincere thanks to our friends and relatives who helped with and attended npen house on SOU) anni- versary. Thank you all for the lovely pills, flutters and cards. and Tools (Jillics GAMMON Wn would hkc lo thank the doctors, nurses and staff at. Auxiliary lluspilnl [or the oxcolli'ni i my hu.sband rcciivod. Also (o UWSP who .sen! flowers, doniik-'l !o llv fund, crinls, visils and nil Ihoso who hrrlrxvl in ;inv Cammon and f.Minly 4117.11 loving memory of a dear molhcr and r.rand- uiolher, who passed away July 4, 1371. A wonderful mother, Krand- molhcr and aid. One who was bctler (iod never made. A wonderful worker, loyal and Irui1. One in a million, that molhcr, you in your judgment, al- ways rilihl. Honest and liberal ever up- right. by your friends, anrl all you know, A wonderful mother, lh.il grandmother, was you. missed and loved Jrem1, Ijiri, liobrrl, Kicli.ud. SIKAY In loving niemorj of a dear father and grandfather Andrew, who passed away Julj 4, and a dear molhcr and grandmother, Barbara, w h o passed away April 5, 1972. When I am alone I oflen Ihink about Ihe old house upon the hill, of a big yard hedged in roses, where ire ran and played at will and when Ihe night lime brought us home hushing oui Maryden, mother and falhei would look around and ask "are all the children well you know it lias been many a year and the old house on the hill no longer has our mom and dad's care and the yard is still so still. But if 1 listen I can hear it all no mnller how long it has been. I seem to hear my mom and dad ask "are all the child ren And I wonder when Lhe curtain falls on that last earthly day, when we say good bye to all of this lo our work, to our pain and to our play, when we step across that river to where our mother and father so long have been, will we hear them ask a final time "are all the children remembered h y son Leslie, Joyce and grand- children, Barrel, Kelvin, Audrey. 4B74 Gasoline price war in East TORONTO (CP) Weekend gasoline price reductions in southern Ontario doubled sales for Ihe average piirlicipnling dealer but probably cost him money, a spokesman for a deal- ers UE-soL-ialion said today. George CoaU'.s, manager ol the Ontario Retail Gasoline Dealers Association, said more slaff is required to handle Ihe demand and with hi.s profit per gallon cut by half, a dealer could sell more than hvice as much and slill show less profit. "We heard Hie idea is lo bo repeated and if it is, 1 would be surprised if (he dealt. are not apainsl be said. "Maybe Iho companies will slick lo giving away glassware or cameras and Dial would be beller for tho j dealers." A spokesman for Im- perial Oil, which started the rc- I duction.s of JO cenls or more a gallon, described the price oils as a "good-will aUciilion-gcller" and a "one-shot Dominion Day special." STAND GUARD Two members of the Protestant "Ulster Defence Association" land guard over a youlh from the Protestant Shankhill Road district of Belfast, The youth had been beaten by Ihe UDA and cnarged by Ihem with the crimes of "break- ing and entering and also attempted assault." He was tied to a lamp post and forced lo display his alleged crimes. Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Inclusive healing .snlislanci: to .slirink hemorrhoids...nnd repair diiniiigcd (issue. 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