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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta salary 53.03 per hour fcr a 44 hour week Roy R, Wallman. Secretary-Treasurer. Ml 9 He was predeceased Laura in 1961. by his Funeral FUNERAL Kl.UMELL Funeral ser- vice for Jasper Fred Blumell, native son of Raymond who died Friday, Xtarfth 2, 1973, at tlie age of 57 years, was held at p.m. Monday, March B, 1973, in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Jlagrath, with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Pallbearers were Carl, Fred and Robert F. Bhimel; Robert 0. and John Blumell and Robert Davies. In- terment was in the Magrath Cemetery. Christenseri' Salmon uneral Home Ltd., .Directors Funeral Service, was in harge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS JOHNSON I would like to lank the doctors, nurses and ic hospital staff, for the won- erful care I received while a atient in St. Michael's Hospi- al. Also thanks to my friends nd relatives, The Original Pen- sioners and The Senior Citi- cns Organization for their vis- ts and .cards. Dora Johnson 8071 BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -1 j I Bitter medicine for the United States and big pills for the Common Market were being concocted today fay the Eu- ropean monetary doctors to ease the pain of the inter- national crisis. vl The question was how much the patients would take. The dared hope they would be be presented Thursday to minis- ters of finance from the nine Common Market countries. Next day the spotlight moves to Paris. The ministers will be joined there by representatives ot the United States, Japan, Canada, Sweden, Switzerland and countries in services will be Magrath L.D.S. held in Chapel the Thursday, March 8th at 2 p.m., with Bishop R. Mark Dahl offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service at the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C7809 uig hard for improved roads, and community facilities. He was a member of the Alberta Wheat Pool end a member of the Albsrta Social Credit Or- ganization Eincc 1935 in the Ta- and Little Bow Constituen- cies, holding the office of Presi- dent for a number of years. Be- sides his loving wife, he is sur- vived by one son, Mr. Raymond Speaker of Ednwr.ton; two daughters, Mrs. C. R. (Elean- or) Olson of Enchant, Mrs. T. :Doreen) Skretting of Vaux- liall; seven grandchildren; one great-grandson; three sisters, Mrs. J. (Elizabeth) Pickering of Lethbridge, Mrs. A. (Anne) Hudson of Taber, Mrs. F. (Hel- en) Russell, cf Phcenix, Ariz- three brothers, Messrs. Peter Speaker and Albert Speaker, both of Vancouver and Alex Speaker of Vauxhall. He was predeceased by two broth- ers and two sisters. The funeral service Mill be held on Thurs- day at 2 p.m. in the Enchant Evangelical Free Church, with Rev. Wm. Burrcll officiating, assisted by Mr. Orvis Kennedy. Interment will follow in the family plot, Enchant Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to Enchant Com- munity Library Fund. MARTIN EROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- r.eal Service. C7814 FUNERALS BROWN Funeral service for Robert Wayne Brown, be- loved son of Robert and Edna Brown of Raymond who dieo suddently at Raymond Sunday March 4, 1973, at the age of 19 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tues- da, March 6, 1973, in the Ray- mond United Church with Rev, Albert Baldeo officiating, Hon, orary pallbearers were Dennis Ileggie, Rick, Ronald, Guy Colin, Gregg, Bill, Brian am Gordon .Brown and Don West colt. Active pallbearers were Russell Bartsoff, Gregg Rom erll, Rick Molnar, Slan Stano Dick Williams and Sam Kaw ade. Interment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens Christensen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Fun eral Service, was in charge o the arrangements. BVAM Funeral servic for Mrs. Loma Byam, belov ed wife ot the late Calvin La Monte Byam and native daugh ter of Cards ton who died a Lethbridge Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1973, at the age of 42 years, was held at 1 p.m. Saturday; March 3, 1973, in the Leth- bridge Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints with Bishop Leo L. Davidson officiating. Pali- bearrs wore Flayne, Barry and Byam, David Salmon, and Dahl and Dee Quintal. In- terment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Chrislensen Salmon Fureral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. GYGI Funeral service for George William Gygi, beloved husband of tlie late Mary Gygi who died in the city Thursday, March 1, 1973, at the age of 7G years, was held at 2 p.m. Mon- day, March 5, 1973. in the all. Treasury Secretary George P. Shultz of the U.S. is expected to say if.he is ready lo submit to any treatment at all. The. Eu- ropean ministers will make their own decisions at another meeting Sunday, back in Brus- sels. The proposals svere put to- gether by the Mar- kets monetary committee at a two-day meeting. HELP SOUGHT help In defending the new rates for the U.S. dollar set Feb. 12. This could UXe the form o! the United States back come of. the billion that major central banks have bought in the last two years or so. Federal tidies up OTTAWA (CP) A revenue resources. The jumble of new spending total will be S1.16 billion. mates was presented 'to A total of million has Commons Tuesday as the allotted for payments un- ernment tidied up its budget the so-called two-price the fiscal year ending March plan. The supplementary 1972-73 estimates provide for additional spending of million, bringing total forecast spending for the year to contributions to provincial post-secondary education programs will be SC1.B million less than expected, for a total of million. No major, new programs announced but there were to Quebec to stantial changes in for that province's spending on some of federal-provincia will get programs will be lion more than first million less, for a new tola in subsidies for opsrating million. profitable lines, bringing the the exception of UK tal to million. wheat paymentU the above .._ million will be expenditures are required by The main things the Common i paid to provincial governments law and made in accordance with various formulas. To do this the U.S. ment would have to sell some of Its gold, which It docs not want to do, or it could borrow billions of German macks and Japanese yen. curb on the flow of dol- lars out of the United States. This flow is of two kinds: the ishort-terrn "hot-money" that makes crisis as it shifts rapid- ly from one country to another, and the long-term investment capital that U.S. firms use to buy up foreign ones. Restricting either kind would be contrary to the policies of the Nixon administration. "Hot money" could be allractcd back by raising interest rales in the United hut that might cause a recession. As for Jong-. term restrictions, Shultz an- nounced at the lime of the last devaluation tliat already exist- ing ones will be abolished by the end of next year. Indications in Brussels are that Shullz will not be ready to do any of this. That would leave the Common Market countries facing their own problem: How to reopen their official foreign exchange markets, closed all this week, and what to do about the rates that will emerge. TOLLEY Si'vere thanks and appreciation to the doctors and nurses of Border County Hospital, Milk River; St. Mich- ael's Hospital, Lethbridge, for their treatment and wonderful care, during my forced vaca- ,ion. Many thanks to my_ rela- ives, friends and neighbors for .he flowers, cards and visits to me while a patient. A special lhank you to the Les Baczuk family, for all the help during my illness. This I really ap- preciate. C. Tolley 8073-9 1IAIMES Our heartfelt thanks to the doctor, the nurses and staff of the Municipal Hos- pital and the Auxiliary Hospi- tal for the wonderful care given our dear father and grandfath- er; to all our friends and rela- tives for all their comfort and assistance during our bereave- ment, for all the cards and beautiful flowers and to our dear friend and comforter the Rev. A. T. King. We wish also to thank Mr. Dale Martin and the staff of Martin Bros, for their special attention and kind- ness during our time of need. and Mrs. Walter Stewart and Family and Mrs. V. J. Harney and Family C7789 BIND A We would like to thank the nurses and staff of the Auxiliary and St. Michael's Hospitals, as well as the doctors of the Roy Clinic for the care given our dear mother. Also the many friends who visited her during her illness, and especial- ly Father Fields who so faith- fully gave her comfort. Our heartfelt thanks to all our friends, the Slavic and Polish Societies, for the flowers, sym- pathy and Mass cards. Our ap- preciation to Fathers Marien, Lynn and Lebsl, as well as to Martin for the kindness extended us during our recent bereavement. May God Bless you all. Borisow, Nagurny, Stanko, Baer and Wrcnski families. 8072 1 YD.MACTAC DECORATOR VINYL ONLY WHEN YOU PURCHASE 1 YD. FOR Cluistensen Chapel with A. T. King officiating. Rev. Pall- NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF PETER Mac- OOJGAL MacFARLANE, late cl Clly of Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, Ri afgary, ii :eMred, w] (ho tiied on the ?nd day cf 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all pwswis having claims upon e 3 t a I c( the above named must file wllh the under- signed Solicitors by ihs ith day ot April, A.D. a full slvemlnf of their claims and of aecurllles held by them. MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND WATISZ 7lh South, Letfibritfge, Alberta. 'Solicitors lor the Administrator) Ml 3 Canadian PoW reported in good health OTTAWA (CP) Lloyd Oppel the Canadian missionary being held as a prisoner of war in southeast Asia, is in good health arid will be released soon, an external affairs department of- ficial said Tuesday. "That was the last commun- he said. No dale has been set for his release, but word was expect- ed soon. Mr. Oppel of Courtenay, B.C., was taken prisoner by Pathet Lao forces in Laos last Octo- ber. bearers were Will am Imrie, George Foggin, Len Milner, J, P- Foggin, L. J. Heppler and K. V. (lil'ick) Owsley. Interment was in the Archmount Memor- ial Gardens. Christensen Sal- mon Funeral Home Ltd., Dir- ectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Funeral service for Ronald William Stevens, Hays resident who died sudden- ly at Taber Friday, March 2, 1973, at the age of 49 years, was held Tuesday, March c, 1373. in Ihs Taber Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter day Saint? with Bishop Eiayne Burbank officiating. Pallbearers were Bernard Kress, Joe Pawlowski, George Clifton, Hex Nelson, Abe Unruh and Marcel Derupt. Interment was in the Temple Hill Ceme- tery, Raymond. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. CRUSHED BY DOOR SPRINGFIELD, Mass. 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