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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 26, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 I Ij'trllii, Jjcalni, V L.ardi (Jj Jhanki, Jtn DEATHS CALDWELL Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 25, 1972, Mr. lioy Caldwcll, at tho of 79 years, of the Green Acres Lodge. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when complc'.ed. MARTI M BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C27U3 ROBERT Passed away in Jio city on Sunday, June 25, 1972, Mr. Martin Houert, at Ihe age ot 81 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Gurdrun Hobert ol 736 12 St. N. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN D R 0 S. Directors of the Service. C2784 EVASHEN John, passed away in St. Vincent's Hospital, Pinchcr CreeU, Sunday, June 25, 1972, aged 85 years. Came to Canada with his parents in 1899, settling in Saskatchewan. Moved to Lundbreck, Alberta in 1917 where lie farmed and ranched, retiring in 19-16, but residing in Lundfareck until his passing. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. M. (Mary) Larin, of Calgary, Mrs. Policy Bcrekoff of Coleman, Alberta; two sons George and John of Lundbreck, Alberta; 11 grand- children; 17 great grandchil- dren. Predeceased by his wife, Paula, in 1987. Funeral services in the Daukhobor Prayer Home, Lundbreck, Alberta Wednesday, June 28. Interment in the Doukhobor Cemetery. EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek in Charge of Arrangements. C2781 FOX Passed away on Sat- urday, June 24, 1972, Kenneth Fox, aged 14 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox of the Blood Reserve. At the time ol his death, he was a student at the Cardston Junior High School and an active par- ticipant in the Indian Rodeo Cowboys Association. He i; also survived by four brothers Joey, Kelvin and Melvin anc Gary, one sister Deanna; his grandparents, Alex and Jose- phine Fox and Dick Soop, all o! the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St Paul's Anglican Church, Blooc Reserve on Wednesday at 11; OX a.m., Rev. A. McCuaig official Ing. Interment in St. P a u 1': Cemetery. A prayer service will be held at the residence on the .Blood Reserve Tuesday evening at p.m. Funera arrangements by EDEN'S FU NERAL HOME LTD., For Macleod. C2782 IN MEMORIAMS SELK In loving memory of my husband Charles Selk, who passed away June 26, 1953. The world may change from year to year And friends from day to day. But never will the one I love From memory pass away. remembered by lus wife Sadie. 4 HART In loving memory of a dear husband and father Morley M. Hart, who passed away June 28, 1970. There may be other husbands as great in their loved ones eyes, However we feel there could be none better. love and miss him ver> much, a wife, a son, and four daughters. 4445 BASTEDO In loving mem ory of our dear mother am Srandmother, Nellie, who pass ed away June 2S, 1071. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear, Fond memories linger every day Remembrance keeps her near. Stuart, Barbara, Shan- non. 4453 20-week network walkout is over TORONTO (CP) A 20-week trike, one of the most bitter In he history of the CBC, ended oday as 450 radio and television eclmlcians went back to work. There was no difficulty at said a CBC official. The publicly-owned corpora- Ion and the National Associa- ion of Broadcast Employees ,nd Technicians had each ap- pointed three men lo settle dis- mtes between returning techm- :ians and the supervisors who lad done their work during the strike. Arrangements have been made for an advance on retro- active wages for the techni- cians, who have been without pay for 15 weeks. Retroactive pay will rauge from to Jl.COO. The largest group of leclmicians, who were earning weekly, will get increases ranging from 5752 to an- nually. As the leclmicians were re- turning, voles were being taken on the new four-year agree- ment. Kenneth Steel, chairman of the NABET negotiation com- miltee, said Ihe voles will not be counted until Wednesday, but indications are the settlement will bo acccpled. The end of Ihe strike, which began Jan. 22, also ended a work-to-rule policy set by Ihe Winterlmrn man dies in crash W1NTERBURN Morin, 20, of Winterburn was killed two cars collided on Highway 60 about 10 miles west of Edmonton. Two other persons were injured. union (or Its CBC mem- bers. rTembers of the Canadian Wire Service Guild, who refused to cross NABET picket lines, also returned to work today. PM busy July 1 OTTAWA (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau will celebrate Ihe 105th anniversary of Con- federation this year in Toronlo and Kirkland Lake, will attend early Onl. He aflernoon July 1 ceremonies at Toronto's city hall, ending the week-long Metro International Caravan. Mr. Trudeau will fly to Kirk- land Lake during the afternoon (or a community picnic and attend several picnics dur- ing the remainder of the after- noon and evening. Tho lengthy strike plagued Hockey Night in Canada fans late in the National Hockey League season as technicians repeatedly walked off the jobs moments after games began. Arrangements were made with CTV network to carry some of the games and the CBC finally released its hockey cov- erage rights to permit the CTV network to carry semi-final and final Stanley Cup games. WILI, CARRY GUNS SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Park rangers in California begin carrying guns for the lime this week. Jack Smyrc, the park system's new police chief, said sidearms arc issued starting July 1 as a "p r e cautionary" measure against urban crimes of vio- lence spreading to the outdoors. BABY FACE Babies are normally thought of cuddly bundles with angelic faces. But these new addi- lions to the Arizona-Sonera Deserl Museum near Tucson have faces that only a mother vulture could love. MYERS In loving memory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Mary Elizabeth Myers, who passed away June 26, 1965. Forget you mom, we never will For in our hearts, you are with us still; Behind our smiles there is many a tear For the mom we last and loved so dear. remembered by Ross, Marion, Doug, David, Danny and Nancy. 4449 BERGLUND In loving memory of a dear husband, father and graidfather, Oliver, who passed away June 2-5, 1971. Somewhere bayond the sunset Where loveliness never dies, He dwells in a beautiful garden, 'Neath Hie blue and gold of the We who have known and loved him Whose parting brought great pain Will treasure his memory for ever Until we meet again. remembered by his wife and family. 4148 WARING Ellen, passed away in Victoria, B.C., on Thursday, June 22nd, 1972, at the age of 71 years, beloved wife of John Waring of 4004 McLellan St., Victoria, B.C., .formerly of Lethhridge. Mrs. Waring was born in Newcastle, (Ontyne) England and had liv- ed in Victoria for the past 16 years, moving there from Leth- bridge, Alberta. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving husband, one sister, Mrs. C. (Bella) Schweitzer of Lethbridge; a brother, Robert Archibold of Surrey, B.C.; a neice, Mrs. Sharon Hildebrandt of Surrey, and three nephews, Wayne Archibold of Surrey, Al- lan Archibold of Victoria and Cleason Schweitzer of Leth- bridge. Funeral services will be held in the Christenscn Chapel in Lethbridge on Wednesday, June 28th at p.m. with Hev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- terment will follow in the Family Plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRIS TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., are Directors of Funeral Service. C2780 CARDS OF THANKS Old planes grounded BELLEVILLE, Ont. (CP) Nine vintage aircraft, scheduled to take off this morning on a race to Delta, B.C., were grounded for the second consecutive day today by poor weather. The race was first Sunday. Overcast foggy condi- tions caused another delay today until the weather clears. The race, being held under flying regulations in force when Charles Limlberg crossed the Atlantic in 1927, will be flown without radios or modern equip mcnt. Pilots will land in fields and sleep under plane wings a night. 'It's a race for fun rather than said Glenn Nor man, of Markham, Ont., race organizer. He flies a Thmxton Jackaroo biplane, built in 1938. It is the only one of its kind in Nort America and one of four in th world. No plane is allowed to fl; more lhan 100 miles an hou: and the race is expected to Inki KUHN We wish to express! about a week. our sincercst to cur friends for the Masses, flowers, baking and expressions of sym- pathy upon the loss of our son, Terry Jr. Special thanks (o the doctor, Pf.ul Madge and the Gene Mandin family for their help. Kuhn and family. 4453 RAAMGE To my doctors, nurses and staf of Units one and two, Surgical Ward, Muni- cipal Hospital, my thanks for the care and kindness given me while a patient there; to my family and friends for Ihe flow- ers, cards, visits, gifts and to all those who made inquiries and sent their best regards. Thank you, Ram age. 4386 IN MEMORIAM LITTLE In fond remem- brance of our father, Alex Lit- tle, who left us June 5ii, I9CT. and missed by daugh- ters Margaret and Dorothy. 4447 Ironworkers come lo terms VANCOUVER (CP) Mem bers of the Ironworkers Unio have voted io ratify a two-yea agreement with the construe lion labor relations associatio to ?nd their part of the Britis Columbia construction industi dispute. A union spokesman said th agreement provides for an in crease of cents-an-hour i wages and 19 cents-an-hour i fringe benefits over two years The settlement involves s ironworkers. Meanwhile, construction In dustry teamsters are voting o a contract proposal this week Of the 18 construction unioi locked-out by the CLRA Api 28, six remain without con tracts or tentative agreements They are the electrician plumbers, carpenters, heat-and- frost insulators, cement masons aod boilermakcrs. MISSES' SLEEVELESS COTTON DRESSES KRESGE PRICE 199 EftCK Cool shifts in asserted prints and plain colours to suit your fancy, Permanent Finish, S-M-L LADIES1 S-M-L PEASANT GOWNS KRESGE PRICE KrfnMe tollon war to fceep yau looking crisp, tlaslic gathered short puffy deem, neckline and waist. Full ruffle at hem. Atsoiled GIRLS' 2-6x SKORTALL PLAYSUITS KRESGE PRICE ___ EACH Sleeveless stretch terry Great for active reapers! Easy 7ipper frcril neck opening Solid colour Y.itti palterr. Yellow, Turquoise. MISSES' S-M-L SLEEVELESS PLAYSU1TS One piece playsuit svitri Iricot top and solid sliofl. Choice ci two styles and assorted colcurs. MISSES' ELAST1CIZED PULL-ON PANTS KftESGE PRICE fACH Ffcril centre stitch} (or a lastins trim iMk. Snug al! around elastic waistband. Four designs. Assarted sizes ASSORTED BIKINIS TIMJ piece dzlzlers in IwV, collan rivlon and nylon terry blends. Also haV3 choice ol and tops. Prinls and SDlid colours. less nylon scoop necn 'lop Viitii matching tuhni Top hai furTls necklirje aid hem. lasticirtdahvaist on hriefs. mdlop. S-M-L. TV, o styles lo choose from. Asso rted colours oi White, Pink, Green, Yeilm, POLY GARBAGE KAMP KING SLEEPING BAG garble Jacked in! size x 36 package. PRINTED BEACH TOWEL KRESGE PRICE 144 i Bis X' KT sill teViCls in splashy Icr Ihe beach, LADIES' V-STRAP BEACH THONGS RRESGE PRICE tf0 M EACH DKctc'ive flower en V Mi; p. Red, B! u 13 iV. BADMINTON SET KRESGE PRICE Four piayer baJmrnton 4 with steel s'nafl, 2 plaalic inLjHtecocl-LS, raital post, net and rules ci Ccmss in vinyl cairyiiijicaie. BEACH POOLS1DE RATTAN CORE PAPER PLATE HOLDERS KRESGE M m FK PKG. Reusable hcldm b parly hue colours. Four in z piikage. FOAM PLASTIC ICE CHEST KRESGE PRICE 99 M Brus. BEACH BAIL KRESGE PRICE 77< diarne'er ball is soliJ v.itli i ecmbinalicn. PATIO CUSHION KRESGE PRICE torn filling tovered in laslfc. Assorted colours in plain Geld, ie-nTirrcuC'ise and Black, scon TOWELS KRESGE 51 lu-a rclls in a pack. and assorted HI-PROTEIN DANDRUFF 'CONTROL SHAMPOOS KRESGE PR1PF f Ifc PRICt Jj HW Chaise a shirnpOv) lo conlrcl yw druflcr or with la strtntfrien the Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday Friday 9 am to 9 pJ ;