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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams FUNERALS MILLHAEM - Funeral service for John Stanley Millhaem, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Goldie Maye Millhaem who died in die city Thursday, March 11, 1971, after a brief illness at the age of 84 years, was held at 4:00 p.m. Monday, March 15, 2971, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. J. D. Elhard officiating. Pallbearers were Morris and Bruce McManus, Gerald and Loyal Orcutt, Stewart Millhaem and Carrol Evenson. Interment was in Archmount Memo rial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, wa* in charge of the arrangements. HOLMES - Funeral service for Charles Holmes, beloved husband of Mrs. Roberta Holmes of 1306 17th Ave. S who died in the city Tuesday, March 9, 1971, at the age of 44 years, was held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 12, 1971, at Southminster United Church with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Jim Amery, Brian Illingworth, Byron Rutt, Herb Ellerman, Don Frache and Jack Moore. Interment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS GODFREY - Many thanks to my friends and relatives for making my Birthday Party such a success at the Devon Nursing Home. Very special thanks to Mr. Steve Rossitor, Mrs. Jankowiak, Miss Beverly Jackson, Mrs. Mary Poche, Miss Brenda Van Egmond, Miss Penny Aubert, Mrs. Van Peer, Mrs. Van Egmond, Mrs. Mary Niven, Mrs. Annie Olsen, Mr. Roy Scott and the kitchen staff. Thanks also to Mrs. Beth Clampet for the lovely cake. All was greatly appreciated. Mrs. Rose Godfrey. C3945 McNABB - I wish to express my sincere appreciation to all those who sent cards and vis ited me while a patient in the Municipal Hospital; to the doctors and nurses for their kind' ness and care given me; to the sisters and brothers of the Odd fellows Rebekah Lodges of the city for flowers and visits; also the Original Pensioners and Sr. Citizens for their visits and kind thoughts and the Old Timers Pemmican Club. To all with thanks. Frank McNabb Mayor Andy Anderson joined with mayors in major centres throughout the United States and Canada and declared March 14-21 as Demolay Week. His proclamation .reads: "Whereas the Order of Demolay is a character building organization of young men from 14 to 21, who are seeking to prepare themselves as better leaders and citizens for tomorrow by developing those traits and strengths of character of all good men; and "Whereas the organization has carried out the aforementioned goals ' over SO years MAH - Funeral service for Frank Mah, beloved husband of Mrs. Kim Mah of 114 5th St. S., who died in the city Monday, March 8, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 70 years, was held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, March 15, 1971, in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were K. C. Lew, Harry Wong, Jim Lim, Mike Mah, Victor Quon and Fing Mah. Honorary pallbearers were Frank Quon and J. Dong. Interment was in the Chinese section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS FURY - We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all those who helped us during our loss. We especially thank all those who sent cards, flowers, donations to the Alberta Heart Foundation, food, gifts and Mass cards. A special thanks to our doctor for his years of service and to Father McCabe, the pallbearers, all the Ladies of the Eagles' and to the Christens en Salmon Funeral Home for their assistance. -Mrs. Mike Fury and family. 5937 IN MEMORIAMS MITCHELL-In loving mem ory of a dear father, Charlie Mitchell, who passed away March 13th, 1967. -Ever remembered by son Ron and family. 5963 ROSS - In loving memory of Godfrey Ross, who passed away March 16,1970. One lonely year has 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; 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 on. -Sadly missed by bis wife Nellie and children. Ralph Glenn, Mona, Donna, Ellen and grandchildren. CHINA BUILDERS BUSY DAR ES SALAAM (Reuter) - Eight Chinese experts have arrived here to survey a project under which China would build Tanzania a new national stadium with a seating capacity of 20,000. Women's home committee sets budget of $23,000 The committee for the establishment of a rehabilitation home for women in Lethbridge arrived at a new proposed budget last week, chopping $19,000 from the original budget submission with the hopes of the establishment of a basic unit for Lethbridge. The new budget cells for $23. 164, including salaries, rent and furnishings to provide a facility for about 15 girls who have Drug panel at school A panel discussing drug abuse highlighted Education Week activities at Catholic Central High School last week. Moderated by CCHS Guidance Counsellor Tony De Souza, the panel openly discussed the problem of drug abuse before about 150 interested parents, teachers and students. The panel consisted of eight members, including two former drug users Stan Skretting a;.d Linda Deal who spoke of their experiences; Dr. G. R. C. Palmer speaking on the physiological aspects of drug use; Dr. D. F. McPherson speaking on the effects of drugs on the mind and body; and Rev. Clarence Watron, guidance counsellor at CCHS speaking on lack of discipline which leads to drug use. On the legal front, lawyer Ron Jacobson spoke on the different types of changes the use of drugs can bring; probation officer Fred Sunoda spoke of things that lead to youth participation in drug use; and Lethbridge City Police Constable E. C. Chymboryk who spoke on the difficulties in actually charging a person with an offence. moici < 111 Tuaiday, March 16, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 19 Hamilton concert Wednesday night Students of Hamilton Junior High School will hold a concert, called Anything Goes, Demolay Week proclaimed through programs of athletic competitions, social activities, civic service and charitable projects; and "Whereas all the Demolay members will observe the year 1971 as the 52nd anniversary of Demolay, so as to exemplify to all citizens here and elsewhere their many activities, and to show recognition to their millions of senior Demolays, now by the authority invested in me, I proclaim that March 14-21, be observed as International Demolay Week. Locally, Demolays started their observance with a buddy night Friday evening. This is included a volley ball tournament. Sunday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., there was a pancake breakfast in the Masonic Hall. This was followed with a church parade to St. Augustine's Church. Bill Gore-Hickman is master councillor for the local group. Tim Gore-Hiekman is senior councillor and Robert Foster is junior councillor. Chapter dad is Edgar Bastedo. Wednesday at 8 p.m. in their school auditorium, to raise money for a three to five-day field trip in June. The concert and field trip are part of the school's outdoor education program, offered for the first time this year. Lori Ully and Cari - Ann Wickey, both Hamilton Grade 9 students, are co-producers of the concert, and said they and fellow students have done most of the organizational work for it. About 30 students and the school's band will take part in the two-hour show, which will include music, a fire baton performance, highlights by Hamilton students from the recent Alberta Dance Festival, several skits and othsr entertainment. Master of ceremonies will be S. K. Smith, vice-principal of the school and one of the out-dor education teachers. Tickets will be on sale at the door. A group of 40 Grade 9 students visited Cypress Hills Provincial Park several months ago for a campout, and up to 80 students, three teachers and two parents will take part in the second trip. About $750 is needed for the larger trip and students hope to raise all or most of it on their ows. "We'll learn to survive in the wilds, to camp, how to dig fossils and what some of the animals are," explained Lori. "We need the money for pack sacks, food, shovels, pots and pans and bus rental." They had a record hop recently and plan several more, to raise money, and are planning an "Insomnia" where they will stay awake all night and find sponsors to pay by the hour for the time they stay up. 15 summonses issued Judge A. E. Elford expressed his displeasure in Lethbridge magistrate's court recently when 15 persons failed to appear on charges of neglecting to pay tickets for over-parking. Summonses were issued to those not appearing. A summons is an order to appear in court and failure to answer the summons results in a warrant for arrest being issued against the person failing to answer - and could mean a term in jail. A person receiving a summons is required to pay the cost of it being delivered. personal troubles with alcohol or drugs and who wish to get a new start on a productive life. Committee officials said they plan to apply to the provincial department of welfare and to the city of Lethbridge for funds to operate the home. Meis Wagenaar was elected the new chairman of the committee, with Use Schuyff elected vice - chairman. Marg Tillman was re-elected secretary. The committee will hold a special meeting April 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lethbridge Friendship Centre to plan for a proposed meeting with Mr. Kenning, chairman of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission and Ray Speaker, minister of social development. The group is to invite interested people from most of the service clubs to the meeting with the government officials to get backing in their venture Rain, snow? A cool north westerly flow of dry arctic air moving over the warm moist air currently in southern Alberta, will result in a few rain or snow showers and generally cooler temperatures Wednesday. The high temperature today should be near 45 above, the overnight low about 20. The wind today will be from the west 20 m.p.h. gusting to 40 m.p.h. Temperatures Wednesday should be 10 to 15 degrees cooler. The high and low temperatures Monday were 44 and 30 above. The all time record temperatures for March 16 are 70 above set in 1910 and 28 below set in 1943. The temperatures one year ago today were 52 above and 27 above. CUNNINGHAMS SALE DAYS MARCH 17-20 Centre Village Mall  Phone 328-8442  Two Pharmacists On Duty To Serve You. 7-oz. SALE, ea. 1 .00 IJ ARRID | EXTRA DRY 4.00 Alllill UII-jN-ffclHfliN 6-o z. SALE, ea. 11-oz. SALE, ea. 1 M BAN SUPER DRY 4 .00 7-oz. SALE, ea BUFFERIN CREST SUPER SIZE .00 1 GILLETTE SUPER STAINLESS BLADES .00 2.1 BAYER ASPIRIN 200's SALE, ea. 1 .00 JOHNSON'S BABY SOAP 1.00 3 3's pkgs. for V05 HAIR SPRAY 4.00 8.25-oz. SALE, ea. VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE 14-oz. SALE, ea. 1 .00 SCHICK SUPER STAINLESS BLADES .00 COLGATE 100 SALE, ea. 24-oz. 1 .00 SOFT & DRY DEODORANT 7 oz. ks=s& SALE, ea. 1 .00 LUC0ZADE SALE, ea. 1 .00 OLD SPICE AFTER SHAVE 4%-OZ. SALE, ea. 1 CUR1TY NURSER 8-oz. complete � 4.00 3.1 RESDAN 6-OZ. JHBiP SALE, ea. 1 .00 BORN FREE SHAMPOO Normal, Oily, Ory. 1 .00 SOFTIQUE BATH OIL BEADS ! SOMINEX 16-oz. SALE, ea. 1 .00 FACELLE TISSUES 3.r Sominex 20's SALE, ea. 1 .00 6-oz. SALE, ea. POND'S COLD CREAM .00 i COVER GIRL LIQUID MAKE UP Medium, Light, Brunette 1 .00 GILLETTE FOAMY 11-oz. SALE, ea. 1 .00 TAME CREAM RINSE 4.00 8-oz. SALE, ea. BAND-AID BRAND PLASTIC STRIPS 60s 2.1 .00 ASCORBIC ACID 250 MG 100s Orange flavored. SALE, ea. 1 .00 PANTY HOSE 2, 1 .00 CUNNINGHAM DRUG STORES Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8442 LIMITED QUANTITY ON SOME ITEMS PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY ;