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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ___._____Friday, July 16, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 JJeatki, Probation iofficers worried DEATHS FRIESEN Margaret, be- loveci mother of Frank Friesen of Coaldale, at 82 years, pass- ed away Friday, July 16, 1971. Funeral arrangements will he announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., In Charge of ar- rangements. C C280 DENISON Thursday, July 15, 1971, Mrs. Lucy Mae Deni- sen, aged 73 years, Claresholm, Alberta, widow of the late Ern- est Denison, passed away ct the Claresholm General Hospital. She is survived by one son, C.P.O. Norman Denison, Hali- fax, Nova Scotia; three grand- FUNERALS FUNERALS NIEBOEK Funeral service! SPRINKLE Funeral ser- for William Nieboer of Green Acres Lodge, who died on Sun- day, July 11, 1871, in the city at the age of 90 years, following a brief illness, was held Wednes- day, July 14, in the Christian Reformed Church in Lethbridge. Pallbearers were William, El- roy, Herman, Eaynold and Al- len'Nieboer and John Vos. In- terment was in the family plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral .Service, was in charge of arrangements. OVEHES Funeral service foi Maria Catharina Overes, bc- i loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .._. for Victor Neal Sprinkle, beloved husband of Mrs. Alice Patricia Sprinkle of Monarch, who died in the city Sunday, July 11, 1971, at the age of 67 year's, was held at p.m. Thursday, July 15, in the Mar- tin Bros. Memorial Chapel in Lelhbridge with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Mike Mandel, Marmus In- denbosch. Ken Burdett, Clar- ence Erickson, Emil Harm and Ralph Piper. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Directors of Fun- eral Service, was in charge of arrangements. EDMONTON (CP> Some j of Alberta's 120 probation offi-; cers are concerned that proba- j lion will lose importance and some effectiveness under the province's amalgamated dc-! partment of health and social j dj opment, Sam Murphy, a senior probation officer with the Calgary family court, said here. An association to which Quality avings Too! the officers belong has said in a statement Alberta may soon find itself in the same position as Manitoba and Saskatchewan both of which introduced amal gamation and now wish the> hadn't said Mr. Murphy, presi dent of the association. One of the main concerns was the adult probation ser vice, handled now under the at lorney general's department B.C. CHERRY TSME Canada No. I Bings and Others Approx 5-lb. Basket SeT' of the city, who I B.C. She was predeceased by her husband March 2.1, but to be turned over to the ser-' new departmenl, would suffer Calgary, at UXGLAUB Funeral vice for John Unglaub who died Reorganization o the depart uu, iui uu "i in Ray- menl, already under way, years, following a lengthy ill- ness, was held Wednesday, July 14, in St. Basil's Catholic Church with Rev. G. Marien as cele- 1961. Born in Sarnia, Ontario, she came west as a young girl at the age of 12 years to Medicine Hat, Alberta. In 1919 she mar- ried Ernest Denison and moved to Claresholm in 1930, where her husband owned and oper- ated the Claresholm Feed Mill. Mrs. Denison was a member of Claresholm United Church. Services at Claresholm United Church, Saturday, a.m., Rev. 0. C. Seward officiating. Graveside services, family plot, Hillside Cemetery, Medicine j McANDREWS Funeral ser- j Hat. Saturday, p.m., Hev. j vjcc for Rose McAndrews, be- William Rees officiating. Ley- j ]OVed wife of the late Walter J'-J after a brief illness, was held at 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 13, in "ie Sacred Heart Church Ray- lev L, Slbtarers were Casey, -ond, with Hev L brant. Hubert and Simon Overes, John Ham Henry Aben and Eddy Suyker. Interment was in the Mount Calvary Section, Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Seivice. was in charge of arrangements. ebrant. Pallbearers were Her- man Schefter, Andy Grbavac, Bill Danyluk, Joe Ballerman, Val Grbavac and Tony Rewers. Interment was in the Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge. Mar tin j Bros Ltd Directors of Funeral i volves all provincial health ser vices personnel, juvenile anc adult probation services, and juvenile and adult correctional services, as well as all existing social development services. Responsibility for adult pro- bation and provincial jails is expected to be transferred to social development by April. den's Funeral Homes Ltd., Claresholm Branch, Director's of Son-ices. C6277 Edmund McAndrews, who died Sunday. July 11, 1971, in the city following a brief illness, at the age of 70 years, was held Thursday, July 15, in St. Augus- SENDESKY Passed away tine's Catholic Church, Taber, i! the city on Wednesday, July with Rev. G. Marien celebrant. Pallbearers were eight grand- sons of the deceased: Marvin, Phillip, Kenneth and James Marsh, Robert McPherson, Ron- ald McAndrews. Terry Seely and Gordon McPherson. Inter- ment was in the family plot. Taber Memorial Gardens. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of arrangements. Pattern 14. 1971. following a lengtiiy ill- ness, Mr. Vincent Scndcsky. at !hf age of 88 years, of Leth- Dridge (formerly of Taber) be- loved husband of the late Mrs. Man- Scndesky. The late Mr. Sendesky i.s survived by four daughters, Mrs. J. E. (Nellie) Helwig, Mrs. F. T. (Stella) Brown, Mrs. D. (Delia) Ver- woerd. all of Lethbridge, and Mrs. L. (Victoria) Allen, of Hudson Hope, B.C.; one son, Mr. John Sendesky, Calgary; 14 grandchildren: eight great- grandchildren; one brother, Mr. Andrew Sendesky, Lclhbridge and one sister in Europe. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated t at a.m. on Saturday in St. Basil's Catholic Church, j with Rev. Father G. Marien I celebrant. Interment will fol-; low in the St. Patrick's sec'ion.; Mountain View Cemetery. The grandsons of Hie late Mr. Sen-' will act as pallbearer's. Friends may pay their respects j at Martin Bros. Memorial Clia- I pci. 703 13 St. N. phone 325-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6279 DICK John William (JoeX passed away in Blunt's Nursing Home, Fort Macleod on Thurs- day, July 15, 1971, after a lengthy illness. He was 81 years old. He was horn in Shnparka Borszczcu, Poland on June 3, 1890. Came to Canada, April 28. 1911 and married the former Anna Janiga in Bellevue, April 1923. He worked for the CPR for 30 years and for Coleman Collieries until retiring in 1954. Survivors include his wife Anna of Coleman: four daughter's, Mrs. L. (Tessie) Jacobsen, Fertile. Mrs. L. (Margaret) Nsstasi, Bellevue, Mrs. G. (Clara) Marconi. Coleman, Mrs. F. (Isobcl) Girhiny, Ed- monton; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Prayers will be said p.m Friday, July 1C in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Cole- man. Requiem Mnss will be celebrated by Father Jim Hagel at Saturday, Julv 17, Interment will follow Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In 1 Easy-crochet C> flat pieces ol CARDS OF THANKS MILLER 1 wish to thank my doctors, nurses and the staff of the Lethbridge Muni- cipal Hospital for the excellent care I received during my re- cent illness there. I would also like to thank my family and friends for their visits and for cards, flowers and other gifts i Youth centres! estimates appr ed received. Florence Miller. EDMONTON (CP) Tire Al- berta government has. approved estimates of for estab- j lishing youth development cen- tres for young offenders in Ed-! monton and Calgary. j The buildings will house ju- I venile offenders, which under legislation effective this year BASTEDO We would like to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and rela- itves who sent flowers, cards and food, and offered kind. words of sympathy with the passing of our wife, mother and grandmother, Nellie Bastedo. A special thanks to the doctors of I the Haig Clinic, the staff and nurses of the Municipal Hospi- tal, the Victorian Order of Nurses for making her last means anyone less than years old. The centres will cost each and are to be completed bv late 1972. I days as comfortable as pos- velop a safer, more comfortable silile This is very much appre- locomoiive cab. Keith Hunt, a i-jated by _ CNR vice-president, said Thurs- The family. i C6203-20 i Mr. Hunt said the CNR has rail cab planned OTTAWA National Railways plans to dc- I IIF.LI.AWELL We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the many people from near and far who were so helpful during our recent ne- reavcment. A special thank you to relatives, friends and neigh- bors for the beautiful floral tributes and cards; to the honor- ary and active pallbearers: to the ladies of McKillop Church 1J.C.W. for the lunch served following the service; to those who brought food to our home and gave donations to Dorothy Gooder School and to Rev. A. T. King. To all those who offer- I ed consolation and helped in any way to case the shock and IN MEMORIAM Light, lacy, wrinkle crochet this' dress now! free- lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted by the Crowsnest Pass Hospital for the md- Sl2e 12 (bust 3' Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund, marking donations "In memory of Joe Dick." Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. PLACES SECOND Kentucky coal production resched a record 125 million tons last year, only 15 million below West Virgina, the leader in the United States. loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- Draw cord thru lor Empire mother, Frances Navratil, who style or wear sash at waist. passed away July 16, 1970. She wr.s a mother, so very synthetic or 3-ply fingering i rare, yarn. Pattern 7084; new sizes Conlcnt in her home and, always there; j Unselfish ways, heart of gold, j set up a project group to exam- ine the work environment of lo- comotive engineers before de- signing an improved cab. He was appearing before the Canadian transport commission, carrying out a railway safety inquiry. The group will look whether a second door should be put on cabs as a safety fea- ture in case of imminent colli- sion or derailment. Other features such proved window defrosting meth- ods and better heating and ven- tilation arc being studied. Seat- ing comfort, noise reduction and better lighting are also being looked into. Tlie study also will look into relocating toilets in the locomo- tive cabs. Such facilities now are located in the front hood of road-switcher locomotives and this area is not properly heated or ventilated. The front hood was formerly a storage space for equipment located immedi- ately in front of the engine One proposal is to enlarge cab to include a small, and comfortable lavatorv. SEVENTY F I V E CENTS (coins for each pattern (no tsamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otnario No finer one could this world j hold. So, dear Lord, take our mes- sage To our loved one up above, Tell her how we miss her And give her all our love. remembered by son Johnny, Bernice and gradsons. 3135 Cresthome SHOW HOME LOCATED AT 1305 GLACIER DRIVE SEE OUR AD IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION doctor named hospital chief EDMONTON (CP) Dr. rid R. Cornish, 41, formerly of High river, has been appoint- ed superintendent of the Al- berta Hospital at Edmonton, the department of health and social development announced here. Dr. Cornish replaces Dr. Charles P. Hellon who is now mental health adviser to the department. Dr. Cornish has been clinical directo. of the hospital for the past five years. Previously, he worked for a year at the Al- berta Guidance Clinic in Cal- gary. TOWN HOUSE Regular, Fine or Electric Perc, Vacuum Packed tin MANOR HOUSE FROZEN 9-oz. net wt. pkg. MONARCH POUCH PAK 9-oi. net wt. pkg. CHUCK Full Cut Bone-In OR ROUND BONE ROAST Canada Choice Canada Good Beef. Ib. Canada Choice Canada Good Beef Ib. Manor House, Frozen Canada Grade A Maple leaf, Whole, Half or Quarters..............Ib. Woodacres; Sliced Side Rindless Vacuum Pack 1-lb- EFFECTIVE In Lethbridge Stores July 16-17 DDT BANNED BONN (Renter) Legislation was passed here to ban the use of DDT in agriculture in West Germany. The bill passed its last legislative hurdle when it was apr.rovcd by Hie Rundfs- ral, the representation at na- tional level of the 11 federal stales, and comes into force soon. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;