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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta iwm me ncnALU In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS FITZGERALD Jim and Sandy are happy to announce the birth of their Ryan 4 born July 1974. Proud grandparents are Eileen Magrath and Mr. and Mrs A. Ingram of Edmonton. Insured. 5151 BOYDEN Born to Eileen and Gary Boyden of BC. a July 1974 Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs. J. W. Runge and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boyden all of Lethbridge. 5173 Herb and Judy Pidhirney of Edmonton are proud to announce the birth of their first child Michelle 9 Ibs. 5 oz. Proud grandparents are Ann and Vince Bobinec of Wren- great grandparents Nick and Mary Lastuka and Mary Bobinec Sr. all of Lethbridge. 5191 DEATHS HAROLD July Raymond John aged 74 Vulcan Services United July 81 30 p m Rev. R. J. Pelham officiating In lieu of if friends desire donations may be made to the Alberta I Heart Fund VULCAN FUNERAL in charge of arrangements C136 BRILLHART passed away in Cardston on July 1974 at the age of 73 beloved sister of Mrs Pierce Barany of Baltimore Maryland. Arragements are being made to forward the Remains to the Schwab Funeral Home in Baltimore for funeral services CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD are in charge or arrangements C140 KIRKMAN Passed away suddenly in the city July at the age of 79 Mr. Walter beloved husband of Mrs. Blodwin Kirkman 1107 St. South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROTHERS LTD Directors of the funeral Phone 328-2361 C138 BRANDVOLD Passed away in Carmangay on July following a brief Mr. Leonard Melvin Brandvold at the age of 81 beloved husband of Mrs. Lucille Brandvold of Carmangay Born in the late Mr Brandvold moved to the Carmangay district with his family in where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two Mr Melvin Brandvold of Mr. Stanley Brandvold of one- Mrs. N Nathe of Fort ten four great- grandchildren. The Funeral Service will be held at p m on July 1974 m Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. with Rev William Calderwood officiating Interment will follow in the Bowville Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361 C137 CLARK Melinda passed away in Calgary at the dge of five beloved daughter of Greg and Pat 21ark formerly of Sherwood Park but now of Lethbridge. She was born in Edmonton on September 1968 and had ived in that area all her life. She leaves to mourn her jassing besides her loving a sister her Mr. ind Mrs. Deloy Clark of her maternal Mr. and Mrs. Job Salmon of aunts and uncles and Funeral services will held in the Edmonton Stake Centre on July 8th at with Bishop Dean fensen officiating. Graveside iervice and Interment will be m Jury 9th in the fountain View Cemetery at 0 a.m. CHRISTENSEN IALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of funeral ervice. DEATH PROVOST Passed away in on July age 20 beloved son of Maggie Provost of the Peigan Reserve. He is also survived by three and eight Mrs. Margaret Yellow Mrs. Vera Nina Gloria and Cindy Provost all of the Peigan Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Tuesday at 10.30 a Rev. G. Fortier officiating. Interment in Brocket cemetery Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Pincher Creek. C141 IN MEMORIAM NAGEL In loving memory of our dear son and Randall who passed away July 1965. He meant so very much to That nothing we can say. Can still the grief that is in our As we think of him each day Ever remembered by Dad and brother Rod 5153 IN MEMORIAMS Alberta Heart Foundation Memorials May be made Mrs M N. 1705 15 St S Lethbridge Also information re films and pamphlets. Phone A H.F 327- 3239. 2837-10AK MATTHEWS Robert- In loving memory of who passed away suddenly on July 1968. Little did we know that What sorrow the day would When his heart of gold stopped beating. Though he didn't know a thing. Do not ask us if we miss There is such an empty We cannot forget his Nor ms dear familiar His smile is gove His hand we cannot All we have are Of the one we loved so much. You can't explain to others The loss we fell We only know we miss And the tears we try to hide. No one knows the sorrow we When the whole family And he is not there. missed and always remembered by De and family 5190 CARDS OF THANKS STADELMAN We would like to take this opportunity to thank the nurses and stuff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Aux- iliary Hospital. Also thanks to our friends and neighbours in our recent for kindness shown and flowers and also to the members of the Hoping Women's Institute for the lovely the Canadian Legion in Foremost and the pallbearers. Stadelman and family 4976-6h BLACK We would like to extend our sincere thanks to his doctor the nurses and staff of the Third Floor Municipal Hospital for the care given my late husband and our father during his stay in the and the Rev L. D. Hankinson for his and his prayer and comfort he gave us in our also to our and neighbors for the phone calls and for the food brought to the to the Royal Cana- dian Legion Gen. Stewart Branch No. for their the Ladies Auxiliary for serving lunch following the and to those who assisted in any way Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. May God Bless you all. Black and family 5172 Ontario could go either way TORONTO Key On- which produced the knockout wallop to Liberal majority government at Ot- tawa in is in a politically fluid state as election day nears By and large it is anyone's guess as to how Ontario will deliver its 88 the maker or breaker of party hopes. CARDS OF THANKS ELLERMAN We wish to express our most sincere thanks and appreciation to neighbors and relatives for the sympathy cards and many kindness extended during our recent sad bereavement. Special thanks also to Rev. Rev Hoskin and the staff of St. Michael's Hospital. Herb Ellerman and family Mr. and Mrs. J. Shield. 5176 THOMPSON Words can- not express the sincere appreciation which we would like to convey to our many friends and relatives for their thoughtfulness at the loss of our dear son Thanks for all the lovely sympathy food and visitors. A special thanks to Honorary and Active Pallbearers and to everyone who helped in any way Thank you all Joan and family 5152 In the 1972 general Ontario handed Prime Minister Trudeau 36 seats as against 64 in the Liberal sweep year of 1968. The Progressive Conservatives leaped to 40 from 17. The New' Democratic Party went to 11 from six. Backroom party strategists decline to play the numbers game on how the over-all total will come except for NDP organizer Gordon who gives this Liberals Conservatives the NDP or the way this election has been slipping backwards and you can't predict anything with any degree of he adds Some Liberal organizers predict gams of at least eight seats but Dorothy Liberal party organizer for the she will not make any forecast. The top Conservative tacti- who prefers not to be also will not go for fig- ure totals Many Ontario seats involv- ing major figures on the scales and this say the could go either way Liberals for that External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp is in for a close one in Toronto Eglinton With the right kind of says a Conservative Tory Murray Maynard should over- take Mr Sharp's plurali- ty of 1972. But a Liberal head- counter says the minister should have it by about this time. Mr. Sharp is the only On- tario minister who anyone in the party will admit might be in trouble. In the neighboring riding of the Con- servatives concede that Energy Minister Donald Mac- donald might make it by a nose over Conservative Hal though a national trend might switch that. Trouble appeared to erupt around the head of Labor Minister John Munro in Hamilton East over patronage but a Conser- vative tactician concedes he will take the seat against Ron former pro foot- baller. The Conservatives also con- cede Peterborough to State Secretary Hugh who is being opposed by Duff former Conservative Manitoba premier. Finance Minister John Turner in Ottawa-Carletcn is expected to get a rough ride from Bill former newspaper man and executive assistant to Judy La Marsh when she was a Liberal cabinet minister. Miss LaMarsh has been campaign- ing for Conservative Mr. Neville Miss LaMarsh's old con- stituency of Niagara held by Conser- vative Joe been written off by the Conser- vatives in favor of Liberal Roger Young Mr Hueglin had a plurality of in 1972. The Conservatives also figure on losing Peel-Duffenn- which Ellwood Madill won by votes last mainly because it has changed from a farm to a dormitory community Stormont-Dundas poses a puzzle after the retirement of Lucien Commons Speaker and now ambassador- designate to Brussels AUTOMOTIVE PARTS WHOLESALE National Branded Manufacturer of Automobile Parts Requires distribution for the Lethbridge area. Capital investment required with inventory assistance available. Repoly to Box 5. FOR A STRONG WESTERN For REAL leadership... vote Robert Stanfield and the Progressive Conservative Party. In re-elect Ken Hurlburt... in Medicine vote Bert Margrave and in cast your ballot for Jack Homer. There are issues in this campaign and only you can do something about them by electing a Progressive Conservative government. Inserted by the Ken Hurlburt Campaign Committee ;