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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, June 22, 1973 Catch Of JLanM, BIRTHS COYNE Mel and Darlene are proud to announce the ar- rival of their son, Mark Vin- cent, born June 14, weighing 8 Ibs. 6 oz. Insured. 4943 DEATHS PALMER Peter and Donna are pleased to announce the arrival of their chosen son, Ryan Cory, born May 6. 1973. A brother for Erin. 4949-23 DEATHS KULTGEN Passed away at Foremost, Alberta, Thurs- day, June 21st, 1973, Mrs. Pauline Kultgen, at the age of 67 years, of Foremost, Alta. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C209 1MUIR Donald Wallace, FUNERAL PALLETT Funeral ser- vice for Rupert Pallett, 89, who died in Lethbridge, Mon- day, June 18, was held Wednes- day at 3 p.m. at Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. K. R. Roset officiating. Inter- ment followed in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Pallberarers were Larry Vollen- dorf, George Wilson, Kenneth Wilson, Howard Meyer, Donald Meyer and Peter DeJong. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd. was in charge of arrangements. CARD OF THANKS BUIS Bill and Christina of Foremost wish to extend their sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives and friends for the gifts, flowers, and cards re- ceived on their 50th Anniversary on May 23, 1973. 4954 GUNDLOCK Passed away at Warner, Alberta, Thursday, June 21st, 1973, Mrs- Eunice Gundlock, at the age of 63 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. Emil Gundlock. of Warner, Alta. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C210 CARLSON Wednesday, June 20, 1973 Carl Gustave Carlson, aged 82 years, of Waterton Lakes, beloved fath- er of Mrs. Lucille McKay. Vic- toria, B.C. Funeral service conducted by Reverend Allan McCuaig will be held from All Saints Anglican Church, Water- ton Park, Saturday, June 23 at 2 p.m. Interment in Waterton Park Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C211 FIALA Tuesday, June 19th, 1573, Wendell E., aged 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Vira Fiala, 283, 3223 83rd St. N.W., Calgary. Also surviving are a son, Edward of White- court, Alberta and a daughter, Mrs. Terry Biehn. Cal- gary; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Gladys Rob- son, Salmon Arm. B.C., Mrs. Myrtle McQueen, Vulcan and Mrs. Edith Munro. Vernon, B.C. Born at Fort Dodge, Iowa, Mr. Fiala came to Alberta in 1916 and was employed with Im- perial Oil Ltd. at Turner Val- ley and Devon for 24 years until retiring in 1967. He resid- ed in Calgary for the past 1J4 years. Services at JACQUES FUNERAL HOME, P r i day June 22nd Rev. Nelson R. Mercer D.D. officiating. Cremation. 4957 OLIVER Alice, passed away in the city on Thursday, June 21, 1973 at the age of 86 years, beloved wife of Benja- min Oliver, 818 8th Ave. S. Born in Padiham, Lancashire, England January 29, 1887, Mrs. Oliver came to Canada in 1911 making her home in Raymond for 56 years before moving to Lethbridge in 1967, where she lived until her passing. She was predeceased by two husbands, William Howard 1917 and George E. Court, 1949; two in- fants, Ruby and Francis How- ard; one son, John S. Howard; three step-children, George 0. Court, Myrtle Court Lafferty and Ethel Court Bascom. Mrs. Oliver leaves to mourn her passing her loving husband, Benjamin, seven sons, Cliff Court, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ron Court, Picture Butte, Al- berta, David D. Court, Ray- mond, Roi Howard, Lethbridge, Hugh Court, Cardston, Max Court, Raymond, Tim Court, Castlegar, B.C.; seven daugh- ters, Mrs. Merlin (Ruby) Shields', Diamond City, Mrs. Ella Capton, Taber, Mrs. Al- bert (Marguerite) Heggie, Ray- mond, Mrs. Renn (Alice) Mitchell, Faro, Yukon Terri- tory, Mrs. Scott (Lois) Kirmi- burgh, Taber, Mrs. Earl (Betty) Creep, Castlegar, B.C., Mrs. Alan (Mary) Heggie, Ray- mond; three stepchildren, Mrs. Earl (Ruby) Logan, Mrs. La- Marr (Pearl) Court, Mr. Golden Oliver, all of Leth- bridge and Mrs. Gloria Ander- son of Fairfield, Utah; also 80 grandchildren, 160 great-grand- children, and 15 great-great- grandchildren. Funeral service will be haJd Monday, June 25, 1973 at 2 p.m. in the Raymond Taylor Stake House, with Bish- op Ronald H. Watson officiat- ing. Interment in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may pay their raspects Sunday eve- ning from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Christensen Chapel and Mon- day at 1 p.m. until prior to the funeral service at the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C214 l passed away Tuesday, June 19. j 1973 in Salt'Lake Utah the age of 42 beloved i husband of Mrs. Ruth Muir of j 2210 23rd St. S. Lethbridge. Mr. Muir was born April 11, 1931 at Chicago, 111. and received his schooling at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He joined the Army after completing High School and served overseas in the Korean War. Upon his return he went to university and earned his B.A. in Education. He was then called into the Marines where he stayed until he had served sufficient years to retire. He was married to Ruth Qirinton in the Cardston Temple on December 21, 1961. He was an active member of the L.D.S. Church having worked in many of the auxiliaries- He was an avid reader and loved teach- ing. He taught at L.C.I, until j ill health forced him to retire.! His whole concern and life was j for his familv. Funeral services I will be held'Saturday, June 23, 1973 at p m. in the Leth- Stake Chapel (28th St. and Scenic with Bishop Ralph Oler officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Card- ston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. untl prior to the sendee at the Church. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Services C213 IN MEMORIAMS PISKO In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Anna Marie Pis- ko, who passed away June 21, 1969. remembered, ever loved by her husband An- drew, Edward, Florence, Loretta and their families. 4951 No firm request for wheat deal Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Prime Minister Indira Gandhi discussed with the Canadian government the possibility of obtaining large supplies of wheat from this country. Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau confirmed in the Com- mons Thursday that Mrs. Gan- dhi was interested in obtaining millions of tons of wheat from However he declined to name specific amounts and said that the upshot of the talks with Mrs. Gandhi was that she made no "specific and clear request for any purchases." It is understood that the In- dian prime minister during her visit to Ottawa earlier this week was informed that the Canadian Wheat Board was in no position at this time to take on any new commitments to sell millions of tons of wheat. Mrs. Gandhi came to Canada with a request to buy bushels of wheat to help her country overcome the impact of a three-year drought. However Gerry Vogel, chief commis- sioner of the Wheat Board, has made it clear that Canada is in no position at this time to meet such a rejquest. "We are not taking on new commitments until we see what deliveries we he said. It is understood the government sug- gested to Mrs. Gandhi that if the Indian request for addi- tional supplies of wheat was made in the fall Canada would be in a better position to know what response it could make. In the Commons Thursday J. H. Horner asked Justice Minister Otto Lang in charge of the wheat board what reply the minister gave to Mrs. Gandhi following her "request to buy seven mil- lion tons of wheat from Can- ada." (The FP Publications in an exclusive story earlier this week reported Mrs Gandhi was interested in buying "two mil- lions tons" of wheat from Can- ada.) Mr. Lang said "There was no such request (for seven million CBC honored TORONTO (CP) The CBC yesterday was presented with an award by the American Fed- eration of Musicians (ATM) for its "continuous utilization of fine music and its appreciation of the artists who perform it." The AFM is holding its con- vention in Toronto and the award was received by Lister Sinclair, executive vice-presi- dent, who noted that the CBC is the largest single employer of musicians in Canada. ERICKSON Emma Se- lina, passed away Thursday, June 21, 1973 in Raymond at the age of 70 years, belovpri wife of Allan' Erickson of Wrentham. Mrs. Erickson was born at Kirkstall, England and came to Canada and Hamilton, Ontario in 1905. She was mar- ried to AH an Erickson in Ham- ilton and they moved to Wren- tham in 1925 where she resid- ed until her passing. She was an active member of the L.D.S. Church where she served as organist for all the different organizations. She was also ac- tive in community affairs. She loved to do handwork, especial- ly knitting and crocheting. Fu- neral services will be held Sat- urday June 23, 1973 at p.m. in the Raymond Taylor Stake Chapel, with Elder Geo- rge Edwards officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Stirling Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their re- spects from p.m. until prior to the service in the re- lief society room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direct- ors of Funeral Service. C212 Testing halt urged THE HAGUE (AP) The In- ternational Court of Justice called on France today to re- frain from nuclear testing in the South Pacific pending a fi- nal decision on the legality of the test series. By an 8-6 vote, the court ruled that Australia and France should not take any action in the meantime "which might ex- pend the dispute or prejudice the final decision of the court." The court's ruling followed applications last month by Aus- tralia and New Zealand seeking an injunction against the French test series. The court said it would scned- ule further hearings in Septem- ber and December. It did not say whether France, which boy- cotted last month's hearings, would be represented at the forthcoming sessions. DODD In loving memory of Elaine Allen who passed away June 22, 1970 and Jack Dcdd who passed away on June 23. 1982. They say that time will ease the pain and help us to forgot, But time so far has only shown how much we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk and things you used to do, We miss the happy times we had, but mostly you. remembered and sadly missed by Mrs. Dodd and family. 4950 GIACCHETTA In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Car- men, who passed away June OUT hearts still ache with sadness, And secret tears still flow, Whet it meant to lose you, No one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely, And everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, "Cheer up, and carry Each time we see your picture, You seem to smile and say, "Don't cry I'm only sleeping, We'll meet again remembered and sadly missed by his wife, Mary, and family. 4952 FRIESEN In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, Otto Friesen, who pass- ed away June 21, 1971. Two lonely years have passed away, since our great sorrow fell, The shock which we received that day, we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you, will ever know. When we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, Cheer up, and carry on. rememberd by his wife, Ruth, and family. 4953 Strikers picket city hall at Edmonton EDMONTON workers on strike against the Royal Alexandra Hospital set up picket lines around city hall today and many municipal workers refused to cross. The hospital workers said city hall employees are processing pay cheques for hospital super- visory personnel who are taking the place of those on strike. About 75 hospital employees formed the line and were joined by the start of working hours by 25 city hall employees. Approximately members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) are work- ing at city hall, but the number which refused to work was not immediately available The hospital workers, also members of CUPE, formed picket lines briefly Thursday around the Glenrose Hospital, across the street from the Koyal Alexandra. SATURDAY SPECIALS STARTS A.M. SHARP 1 PRICE POWER TOOL SALE Limited Quantifies Personal Shoppng Only Crafstman 7" Circular Saw Develops Hi H.P. Cuts to depth of at 90 de- grees. External anti-kick back clutch. Reg. Craftsman Sabre Saw The base tilts for 45 degree cuts right or left. Life long ball and sleeve bearings. Reg. Craftsman Drill Rugged H.P. drill is the answer to all your work- shop needs. Tough sectional aluminum housing with a polished finish. Reg. Craftsman Scroller Saw 3 speed saw has blade that con turn 360 degrees while still in the wood. Reg. Craftsman Drill Variable speed drill. Also has reverse speeds. Squeeze the trigger and the speed goes up. Reg. Craftsman Drill Variable speed drill, 1 to 1150 RPM and !i H.P. Rigid sectional aluminum housing. Reg. Craftsman Sabre Saw Ideal for cutting in tight places. Base tilts 45 degrees either side. Built-in sawdust blower. Reg. Craftsman Drill Variable speed drill. Mokes drilling through tough material easy. Reg. Hardware Dept. 24 17 Clearance of Sleeveless Summer Dresses .99 4 w w 10 Reg. Jerseys, polyesters, cottons. Plaids, paisleys, flor- als to brighten up your summer wardrobe. Cool and lightweight. Sizes 10-JO. Ladies' Dresses Men's Sport Shirts 3.99 Short sleeve. Sizes S.M.L Plains end patterns. Men's Furnishings Boys' Short Sets Reg. 2 ,99 1 Top. 2 pr. shorts. 100% nylon. Sizes 2-3, 4-5, 6-6x. Children's Wear Pueblo Stoneware Reg. 24 ,99 45 pee. set. Oven proof and dishwasher proof. China and Glassware Men's Cabana Set 12" 50% polyester, 50% cotton. 2 button front. As- sorted prints. Men's Furnishings Ladies1 Tank Tops i.99 2 ea. Wide array of tank tops in plain or patterned styles. Hand washable knits in cotton' or cot- Jon blend. S.M.L. Ladies' Sportswear Flannelette Sheets Single. Reg. for 6.59 Double. Reg. 2 for 9.99 Queen. Reg. 2 for 10.99 Multi-color. Machine wash and dry. Bedding and Linen Kenmore Garbage Bags 1 Reg. 50 bags to a package. Ties included. Houiewarti Men's Terry Knits 2" Crew, zip or V-neck. Solids or stripes. 1 Men's Furnishings Boys' Pants 1 .89 Reg. G.W.G. Weegees. 100% cotton. Sizes 4-6x. Assorted colors. Children's Wear Comforters Single. Reg. 8.99 Double. Reg. 11.99 Queen. Reg. 14.99 Floral print. Polyester filled. Machine wash and dry. Bedding and Linen Men's Casual Slacks 7 Large assortment cf fabrics and styles. Wool and doubleknit, patterns and plains. Size 30-42 col- lectively. Men's Wear STORE HOURS: Open Daily from a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ;