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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATH HULSE Passed away in Calgary on Tuesday, March 7, 1972, following a lengthy ill- Mrs. Ella May Hulse at the age of years, of Calgary, (formerly of Aneroid, Sas- katchewan) beloved wile of the late Mr. David Hulsj. The late Mrs. Hulse was born, raised and educated in Jasper County Illinois, and in iismeslcail- cd in Southern Saskatchewan in the Aneroid di.sirict, south of Swift Current. She remained there until her husband's pass- ing and then returned to the United Slates. She relumed to Ldhbridge to reside with her sor.s >n 1S50 and remained here untii ill health hospitalized her in In past years she has been a very active member in tlie Hoyat N e i g h hours of America Organisation. I.'.ie is survived by three daughters, Mrs, (Gladys) Barkalow, Crcs- tca, Iowa, (Meredith) Stover, East Gary. Indiana, Mrs. J. (Vclma) Robertson. Victoria; .SOILS, Mr. Ulva (Andy) Hulse, Lsthbridge, Mr. Mclvin Hulse, Cc'lgcry' eight grandchildren and 15 grest- giTiidchildren. Besides her lov- ing husband she was prede- ceased by one son, Mervyn; tbrce sisters and six brothers. The funeral service uil] be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avcnao S.. with Hev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Aneroid, Saskatchewan. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Av- enue S. (courtesy parking .it the rear of the Chapel) AFAR- TIN DUOS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CG35 MAJOR PRODUCER The United States now produces three-quarters of (lie world's grapefruit. DEATHS FISIIENHEN away in the city on Tuesday, March 7, 1072, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Thomas Fislicndcn of tlie Edith Cavell Nursing Home. The funeral service will be held on Satur- day at a.m. in Martin Bros, TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, B1'2 3 Avenue S., with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. In- terment will folfow in Arch- in o 11 n t Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. CC37 DONALDSON Passed away in Vancouver on Saturday, March 1972. following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Katberine Japp Wilson Donaldson, at. the cgc of 90 years, betc-ved wife of the late Mr. Ciiristophcr S. Donaldson. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMO- RIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 SI. N., with Hev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will fol- low i.n the Family plot. Moun- tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors cf Fu- neral Service. 0038 SEMINIUK Passed away suddenly in the city on Wed- nesday ,March 8, 1972, Air. Alex Seminiuk at the age of 76 years of 1121 8th St. N.'The fu- neral service will fce held on Saturday at p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL. with Hev. R. W. K. Elliott Interment will fol- in Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at. Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 320-2361, (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral C636 FUNERAL CROW CHIEF Funeral service for Gabrielle (Gail) Crow Chief, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crow Chief of the Blood Reserve who died Saturday, Feb. 26, 1972, in Calgary at (lie age of 30 years, was held at 10 a.m. Friday, March 3, 1572, in Cather- ine's Roman Catholic Church, E.andoff. Officiating were Rev. Rcgnier assisted by Piiillip Aberdeen. Pallb carers were Frank Melting Tallow, Stanley Scent, Lawrence Eli, Cyril Good Eagle, Narciss Blood and Ralph Bottle, Interment was in tiie Standoff Cemetery. Cliris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. WATCH! CFCN -TV'S "NEW SEASON" TONIGHT FUNERALS AN'DEIISON Funeral ser- vice for John Irvin Anderson, who died at Taber Wednesday, March 1972, at the age of 70 years, was held at 2 p.m. Fri- dav, March :i, 1972 in the Barn- well LDS Chapel with Bishop M a r 1 i n Anderson officiating. Pallbearers were Harry Win- berg, Don Haws, Gordon, Rich- ard and Marion Jensen and Jolm Walker. Interment was in the Barnwcll Cemetery. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. LAUSEN Funeral service for Alpinld (Hilda) Larsen, be- loved wife of the late Lars Wil- liam Larsen who died in the city Friday, March 3, ]972, at the age of 78 years, was held at 1 p.m. Monday, Atarch 6, 1972, in the Christenscn Chapel with Bishop Harris B. Hall offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Ed- ward and Dennis Matt, Larry Hamillon and Dan Dubinski. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christcn- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. Funeral services were held recently in the Salus Funeral Chapel, Sparwood, with Rev. B. Fcrsyth of Fernie officiating, for Mrs. Jane Walsh, bom at Preston, Lan- cashire, England, Sept. 2, 1887, she came to Natal in Decem- ber, 1910. Surviving are one son James, Coleman, four daughters, Mrs. Dave (Marie) Heapy, Cranbrook, Mrs. Mar- garet Solko, Mrs. Thomas (Jane) Krall, Mrs. Vera Chis- mar, all of Spanvcod 10 grand- children and 15 great grand- children. She was predeceased by her husband, one son, four sisters and two brothers. Pall. boE.'-ers were Alex Walker and five grandsons, II. R. Tiffin, Craiibrook. J. S. Tiffin, Kim- berley, Thomas K. Krall, Nanaimo, ard James Walsh, Jr. Cranbrook and Phil Stoley, Pincher Creek. She was active in Lodge wcrk for many years. Mrs. Walsh died Feb. 7 at Cran- brook. Funeral service was held Feb. 10. CATUIICIIATCL Funeral service for Clara Hanna Car- michael, who died AFarch 2, was he-Id at p.m. Monday, March 6. I97J, in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Fort Macleod, with Rev. George Peters officiating. Pall- bearers were Bob Gunderson, Ix-n Frieseu, Ralph Piper, George Rcelofs, Roy Sprinkle and Ted Tolley. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac- leod, Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the arrangements. FRODSHAM Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Nettie Frodsham, Moved wife of the late James R. Frodsham who died at Cardston Saturday, March 4, 1972, was lie Id at 1 p.m. Tues- day, March 7. 1972, in the Al- berta Stake Chapel of Hie LDS Church with Bishop Bryce Ca- hoon officiating. Pallbearers were Brian Nelson, Aaron and W. Bryce Hansen, Gerald Low and William and James Tan- ner. Interment was in the Cardston Cemetery. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. MILLER Requiem mass for Air. Max Miller, beloved husband of AFrs, Monica ATiller of Milk River who died sudden- ly Saturday, March 4, 1972, at the age of 5fi years, was said at a.m. Wednesday in St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Milk River, with Hev. John Schuster, Rev. D. Gillis arid Rev. McLellan the cel- ebrants. Pallbearers were Dave Russell, Ray Ellert, Joe Gottfried, Ken Hierath, Cam McKay and George Robinson. Honorary pall bearers were members of the Knights of Co- lumbus -Un Degree, Father La- combo Council, Lethbridge. In- terment was in the Holy An- gels Cemetery, Coutts. Martin Bros, Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of tho arrangements. FUNERALS DOW Funeral service Tor William Dow, beloved husband of the late Emma Gibb Dow who died in the city Saturday, March 4, 1972, at the age of 80 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tues- day, March 7, 1ST72, in Ihe Stlt Ward LDS Chapel, Lethbridge, with Bishop Leonard Burba nk officiating. Pallbearers were Leo, Berne, Gordon and Elaine Dow, Dean Lawlor and Ken- neth Blair. Interment was in the Alagrath Cemetery. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. THOMSON Funeral ser- vice for Mr. Charles Thomson, Second World War veteran and Milk River resi- dent who died in the city Fri- day, March 3, 1972, at the age of 58 years, was held at p.m. ilorday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with R.SV. E. Graham Dickie officiating. Active pallbearers were Peter Avramenko, Russell Chapman, Rick Smith, Charle' Johnston. Wilbur Eoglcson and Clifford Kuhl. Honorary pallbearers were Kenneth Kuhl, William Finlay, Don Smith, Roscoe Hulit, John Chambers, Jim Emery, Vern Hunt, and Wil- liam Shirley. Buglers were Vince Dietrich and Tom Ale- Lean. Interment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. ROULEAU Funeral ser- vice for Romi M. Rouleau, who died Feb. 24, 1972, was held at a.m. Monday, Feb. 28, 1972, in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pincher Creek, with Rev. AI. Hagel offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Claude, Charles, Gerald and Edmond Rouleau and Don and Remi Pelletier. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were Bill Cornyn, Andy DeGroot, Andy Luco, Robert Nishikawa, Ted Tucker and Mike Pielra- skiewicz. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS I would like [o thank all our friends and relatives, the Vasa Lodge of Lc-thbridge, Cbristensen Funeral Home, for all the kindness shown us in the recent death of ran- fatlicr, John Olson. and Mrs. Phil Helger- son and family. 8030-10 HOLLA G Sincere thanks to my doctors, the nurses and the staff of St. Michael's Hospital for your diligent care; to Rev. Sclwepp, my relatives and friends, my appreciation for the many acts of kindness ex- tended to me thrcuugii visits, cards and gifts. Hollag. 8031 MORGAN I would like to thank all my doctors, and the Nursing Staff of Third Main Floor, St. Michael's Hospital, for tlte wonderful care given to me ditring my recent ill- ness. My thanks also for all the flowers, gifts, and cards from so many people, including the departments of our two active treatment hospitals, my profes- sional colleagues and the City Clinics. Thank you also to my colleagues for helping in main- taining my practice. Dr. John E. Morgan 8000-9 THE R. I. BAKER JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL Report the carnival held Feb- ruary 18 was a real success. They wish to thank everyone who brought prizes and support- ed the event. Also special thanks to the stores which do- nated prizes. About was realized. Proceeds will go to the purchase of sweaters for the R. I. Baiter band. Prize winners were Mr. George Begany, Coaldale, won the jelly- bean contest; Joane Hruska, Coaldale, won a box of choco- lates; Karen Ronne, won thn stuffed dog. 8070 GOOD LOOKING CFCN TELEVISION GfANT HIGH SCHOOLS ALREADY OBSOLETE We thought They would save us money and offer the best possible education but we wrong on boln counts. In Weekend Magazine ihis Sdurdoy, H. Gordon who has taufjht in n giant new high school at well as o litlle red school house, explains where hove gone wrong In educating cur children, IN YOUR IETHBRIDGE HERAIO WEEKEND MAGAZINE CARD OF THANKS I'ETEIISOX We would like :o express our thanks and ap- preciation to the doctors, nurses and staffs of Second Main and First East of St. Michael's Hospital for the excellent ea.'c l m any ki ndno-sses shown us when we were patients there recently. Our grateful thanks also to the friends who visit- ed us, sent cards and flowers; to the ministers and others who by their prayers su-slain- ed and comforted us in our time of trial. and Meta Milk River. ThuritJoy, March 9, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID 21 Quebec MONTREAL (CP) A vole Peterson, j today on government wage of- feViS could prompt a major showdown between the Queh-sc government and the province's three major labor federations. The di.sputc centres on new labor contracts for about employees of tlie government arxl ether public bodies such as schools, hospitals, liquor com- missions and Hydro-Quencc. Abou. employees in a union common front vc'.c today by secret ballot in union polling booths across the province on the government's offer of an AV- _____ crace 4.B-per-cent wags in- T i crease in each vcar of a thrre- VAN BUUttfcN In loving cc-tra-L memory of our dear mother and f grandmother, who passed away j March 6, 1971, and our father and grandfather, who passed away on March 9, 1957. IN MEMORIAMS SMITH In loving memory of our dad, Gordon R., who passed away March 9, 1SG5. Dale, Lee Ltid and Kim. 11020 ______ j VIAU In loving memory j of a dear husband and father L. B. Viau, who passed away March 9, I960. wife Mabel and family M68 We shall remember Ever remembered and sadly missed by the family. 8032 HOLMES In loving ory of Ross Holmes, who passed away March 9, 1971. Years may pass and fade away, But memories of you will always stay. remembered by Sliirley and Herb, Helen and Ed. 8019 HOLMES In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, Ross diaries, who pass- ed away March 9, 1971. Ross's dear bright eyes and cheerful face are a plea- sure to recall, He had a kind word for each srA died beloved by all. How well he fell asleep, like some proud river widcfl- ing towards the sea, Calmly and grandly, silently and deep, he joined eter- nity. missed and ever re- membered by his wife Roberta and son Alexander 8051 SMITH In loving memory of a dear son, Gordon Ralston, who passed away March 9, 1955. We did not need a special day to bring you to our minds, The times we do not think of you are very hard to find; They say time heals all sor- rows, and helps us to forget But so far it has only shown how mueh we miss you yet; God gave us strength Eo carry on and courage to f ace the blow But what it meant to lose you no one will ever know; To know we never said good- bye ever brings regret But the hearts that loved you dearly are the ones that won't forget. rem embsred by Mom, Dad and family, "C02I ZUBIK Iii loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Alex Zubik, who passed away x March 8, 1963. The G o 1 den Gate stood open Eight years ago today, With farewells left unspoken You quickly slipped away, Though your smiles have gone forever, your hand we cannot touch, We shall never tose sweet memories, Of the on e we love d so much. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife, Annie; sen Allan; daughters, Lillian and Jane and fam- ilies. 7999 public employ- ees net involved in the vote be- long (o associations not affili- ated with the Quebec Federa- tion of Labor, the Confederation of National Trade Unions and the Quebec Teachers Corp., grouped in the common front. Premier Houvassa de- livered a strong public warning Tuesday that bis government "will take all necessary steps" to prevent a general strike where "ibc security of the popu- lation is endangered." Righl-to-kiiow provision passed in Montana HELENA, Mont. fAP) Delegates to Montana's consti- tutional convention passed a provision rccom- mended by the bill of rights committee but bitterly opposed by tbe Montana Press Associa- tion. At issue was a sentence in the provision that would pro- hibit the when (he "demand of individual pri- vacy exceeds the merits of pub- lic disclosure." The Montana Broadcasters Association sided the press group saying the provi- sion gave too much latitude to an individual to dr-tcrmine what would constitute individual pri- vacy. Committee chairman a ri e Dahcod of Anaconda said some balance was needed between open meetings and records anrl "the sacrtxl relationships that are so specifically those involving doctor-patient, lawyer-client and priest- penitent. Broadcast owners leave And RAISES MONEY The U rated Jewish Appeal, which operates in 69 countries, raised more than mllion in J971, a increase over 1970, door open By THE CANADIAN7 PRESS In Ihe face of a flat refusal by CBC technicians to guarantee anything, th? owners of Hockey Night in Canada left tlie door open Wednesday night by ex- tending a deadline to noon today for assurances from the CBC that technicians will man equip- ment for Saturday's broadcast. Ted Hough, vice-president of MacLaren Advertising, which holds TV rights lo all National Hockey League games played in Canada, said in an interview the 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline for as- surances that striking National Association of Broadcast Em- ployees and Technicians would not interrupt Maple Leaf games from the Gardens would he ex- tended to noon. Rapeseed Assn. elects officers SASKATOON (CP) J. J. Baiifield of Lethbridge was re- elected president of the Rape- seed Association of Canada at its annual meeting here. M. J. McDonald of Canlin Ltd., Montreal, was elected vice-president and J. T. Dallas of Continental Grain Co. in Winnipeg, chair man of fi- najiccs. Chosen executive members of the association were: G. Graham, President of Mani- toba Rapeseed Growers Assoc- iation; n. L. Dawson, Cargill Grain Company, Vancouver; H. K. Moen, Alberla Wheat Pool, Vancouver; J. D. MeeDonald, president of Pioneer Grain Company, Winnipeg. Driver killed at Innisfuil INXISFAfL (CP) Ralph Martin Slicllinberg, 46, of Cal- killed when the car ho uvj.s driving was in a colli- sion with a semi-trailer truck near Innisfail, 10 miles south of Red Deer. Pattern 7259 Pattern 4537 SIZES 6-14 Sunny days are coming! Whip up this quickie wrap (with bows on the shoulders and a bow tie in front) in a morning! She'll love a tulip-bright print, crisp pique. Printed Pattern 4537: NEW Girls' Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14. Size 10 takes yards 35-inch. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (75) in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send To: ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. Top off spring separates a bright granny cape. I N S T A N T CROCHET! 2 granny .squares for hood, 3 rows of squares cape. Make girl'1 look, hooded cape of worsted. 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