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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22-THE LETH3RIDQE HERALD July 1974 PRICES EFFECTIVE FBI. and SAT. JULY 19th AND 20th HIKE THEIR FRIENDLY ATTITUDE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CENTRE VILLAGE IGA I MARTENS' IGA 13thSt.N.LETHBRIDGE COALDALE CANADA GRADE UTILITY TURKEYS FRESH PICNICS 6 to 14 Ib. average ...........................to- Whole Shank-on TABLERITE CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF MINUTE STEAK Waste ............Ib. 59 49 1 McGAVINS IGA SLICED BREAD White or Brown. ZO oz. net wt. loaves STEAK MUSHROOMS 10fl.oz.tin 1411.02. tin TOP VALU CHOICE PEACHES KRAFT PUFFED WHITE MARSHMALLOWS FRASER VALE FANCY-FROZEN ll'Aoz. pkg. HI-C 3 FLAVORS FRUIT DRINKS....... KINGSFORD CHARCOAL LAUNDRY DETERGENT lUnUn King Size 5 Ib. net wt. box RED LEAF FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Phone 327-0353 BLUEBERRY or CHERRY PIES GOLDEN RIPE RANANAS CALIFORNIA CANADA NO. 1 TOMATOES While Slock Lists CANADA NO. 1 0 0 79 0 289 PAN ROLLS NECTARINES In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH FERBY Darren checked into the Municipal Hospital July 1974 a.m. weighing 7 Ibs. 3 oz. A son for Bill and Sharon and brother for Shauna and Ryan. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. Ferby and Mr. and Mrs. K. Hudson. 7915-20 DEATHS CHOW Passed away in on July following a brief Mr. Wing Noon Chow at the age of 79 beloved husband of Mrs. So Noi Wong of Victoria. The Funeral Ser- vice will be held at p.m. on July 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. Kenneth Morris of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese section Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C425 CRANLEY Passed away suddenly in the city on July Mr. Walter Basil Cranley at the age of 77 years of 13i3 10th Ave. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mabel Muriel Cranley. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Friday July 1974 in Assumption Catholic Church. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on July 1974 in Assumption Catholic with Rev Father Robert Cranley celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot St. Patrick's Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C423 MARFESE Mrs. Maria beloved wife of John Marfese of passed away in the CNP general July 1974 at age 74 years. She was born in on March 1900. She came to B.C. in 1920 and mov- ed to Hillcrest in where she has resided since She is survived by her husband John of one daughter and Tony and Jean Skrukwa of four three great- gran'Jchildren and Joe Hanson and Jennifer all of one nephew and four nieces. She is predeceased by one Victor Pingitora in August of 1966 in one Mrs. Joe Dominick in Fernie in 1967. Prayers will be said in St. Cyril's Catholic Church in Bellevue on July 19th at p.m. Funeral mass will be held from St. Cyril's Catholic on Saturday at a.m. Interment will follow in Hillcrest Catholic section. Rev. Tim Kelly will officiate FANTIN CHAPELS is in charge of arrangements. C420 PESZAT Passed away suddenly in the city on July Mr. Stanley Peszat at the age of 69 beloved husband of Mrs. Marian Peszat of 2510 20th Ave. S. raised and educated in the late Mr. Peszat came to Canada in 1926 to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. He was a prominent business man and proprietor of Stan's Men's Wear. He was a member of Lethbridge Elks Chinook and Rehabilitation Society. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two Mr. Stanley Richard Peszat of Mr. Edward Peszat of two Miss Maureen Peszat of Mrs. R. Sirbough of four two Mr. Anthony Peszat of Mr. John Peszat of Man. Re- quiem mass was celebrated at a.m. on Friday July 1974 in Assumption Catholic with Rev. Father R. D. Chisholm Celebrant. Interment follow- ed in Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. DEATHS LANG July David age 78 years. Services United Saturday at 2 Rev. R. J. Pelham of- ficiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C421 YOUNG Passed away at Ontario on Thur- July Mrs. Jennie A. Young at the age of 66 beloved wife of Rev. George D. Director of Five Oaks Christian Works Ontario. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. in charge of the Funeral Service. C422 SMALL LEGS Passed away July at Seattle Wallace Small of the Peigan Reserve at the age of 29 years. Funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic in on July at 10 a.m. Rev. G. Fortier of- ficiating. Interment in the Brocket cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Fort Macleod. C426 BUTTERWICK Mr. C. A. Butterwick of passed away on July 1974 at the Bow Island hospital. He is sur- vived by two Mrs. Joe of Ed- Mrs. Bill Ferris of three George of Bernard of Calgary and Bill of also 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He had been a resident of Nemiscan since 1928. Funeral services Saturday at in Foremost United Rev. Tom Gilchrist of- ficiating. Interment in Nemiscan Cemetery. In lieu of donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. COOK'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Medicine are in charge of arrangements. 7967 IN MEMORIAMS BRANTNER In loving memory of a dear father and who pass- ed away July 1972. Another year has passed it's true But still we think the world of you You can only have one patient kind and true No other friend in all the will be as true to you. missed by Tim and Dick 7918 BRANTNER In loving memory of a dear father and Chris who passed away July 1972. True was his his ac- tions kind His life a pattern to those left behind. But his quiet nature and kindly Leave happy memories of bygone days. remembered and sadly missed by Carol and grandchildren. 7916 IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM BRANTNER In loving memory of a dear father and Chris who passed away July 1972. We sat beside your our hearts were crushed and We saw you slowly but knew we could do no more. Treasure in your garden of rest For on this earth he was one of the best. Thoughtful for kind and He suffered in silence when no one knew. remembered and sadly missed by Don- Debbie and Todd. 4764 BRANTNER In loving memory of a dear father and Chris who passed away on July 1972. Little did we know that day. What sorrow the day For the call was the shock severe. To part with one we loved so dear. You were taken from us without a chance to say good- A page in history softly turned as you were laid away. But as long as life and memory lasts You will be remembered day by day. remembered and loved by. George. Chris. Linda Virginillo 7917 BRANTNER In loving memory of grandfather Chris Brantner who passed away two years ago July 1972. I sit alone and think of And think of how you died. Every day I've longed for you And every day I've cried No one knows my sorrow There are few who see me I shed my tears with aching While others are asleep. If steps could be made from heartaches By adding teardrops We would build a stairway to heaven And climb it every day for you remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife Elna and family 4768 CARDS OF THANKS PARK William Park wishes to express his sincere thanks to all persons who rendered assistance during his fainting spell while watching the parade on Mon- day afternoon. 7966 BABICK We would like to express our deep appreciation and heartfelt thanks to those who sent cards ex- pressions of offered and to the many who helped to ease the burden in any way during our recent the pass- ing of our beloved son Gordon. and Hilda Babick 7947 Church claims brainwashing MANILA A docu- ment published by an arm of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines says the martial-law government is holding about 350 political detainees and subjecting rrtany of them to by psychologists and psychiatrists. It quotes Brig-Gen. Cicero the officer in charge of as telling church leaders1 it what you call it brainwashing or what but simply we have to change the outlook and at- titude of these and that is not a simple job to The National Secretariat of Social Action published what it says are verbatim accounts of six sessions of an organiza- tion known as the Church- Military Liaison formed last October after several church workers were arrested. Accounts of the first published with limited distribution in were made available Thursday to The Associated Press. They have not been carried by the censored Philippine news media. The published item says the committee was formed to pro- vide a clearing house for com- plaints and provide a channel for clarification of church- military complaints. Elements of both Catholic and Protestant churches have been critical of martial law despite official suppression of opposition in print and in politics. The government has been si- lent since the early days ol martial law about the number of persons detained. The ac- counts Campos informed the church leaders that the regime has arrested persons since President Ferdinand Marcos imposed martial law in September. 1972 On March Campos said that about remained in prison. He said 93 per cent criminal and the detainees. On he said we have to see whether we have changed their outlook or not I don'I know how you interpret the orientation we are aiming at. but certainly we would like all of these people to be out with to join us in this forming of a new society or the reforma- tion of our society. we are not only employing intelligence people. We are employing psy- all the available resources we can think FEARED LABOR VICTORY MAIDSTONE. England A doctor killed his wife and two sons on the night of Britain's February general election when it became apparent the Labor party was going to win. a court was told Tuesday. Dr William Bromley was committed to a mental institution for an unlimited time CAMP COOKS. HELPERS and ATTENDANTS How would you like to live rent eat three meals a day at no cost to and receive an attractive salary at the same you Not so. Fortier a leader in feeding and housing field personnel in Western Canada for 25 has opportunities available for qualified cooks' and camp attendants work on job sites in British and the Northwest Territories. Further information may be obtained by FORTIER A ASSOCIATES 15712-112th Alborta T5M 2W1 or phono toll 484-8101 nk for Personnel Office ;