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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March WI THI IETHBRIDCE HERAIO 19 f Cards Of f o In Memoriams Hamilton concert Wednesday night Students of Hamilton Junior High School hold a con I called Anything FUNERALS MILLIIAEM Funeral ser vice Jor John Stanley beloved husband of the late Goldie Maye Millhaem who died in the city March after a brief illness at the age of 84 was held at March in the Memor ial 703 Wlh with Elhard Pallbearers Morris and Bruce Gerald and Loyal Stewart MiUhaem and Carrol Interment was in Archmount Memo r i a J Martin Di rectors of Funeral was in charge of the HOLMES Funeral service for Charles beloved husband of Roberta Holmes of 1306 nth S who died in the city March at the age of 44 was held at March at Southminster United Church with Elliott of Pallbearers were Jim Brian By ron Herb Don Frachs and Jack Inter ment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the MAH Funeral service for Frank beloved husband of Kim Mah of 114 5th who died in the city Mon March after a long illness at the age of 70 was held at p March in Martin 812 3rd with Elliott officiat Pallbearers were Harry Jim Mike Victor Quon and Fing Honorary pallbear ers were Frank Quon and Interment was in the Chi nese section of Mountain View Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrange CARDS OF THANKS GODFREY Many thanks to my friends and relatives for making my Birthday Party such a success at the Devon Nursing Very special thanks to Steve rtrs Miss Beverly Mary Miss Brenda Van Miss Penny Van Van Mary Annie Roy Scott and the kitcnen Thanks also to Beth Clampet for the lovely All was greatly Rose C3945 Demolay Week proclaimed Mayor Andy Anderson joined through programs of athletic wiih mayors in major centres throughout the United States and Canada and declared March 1421 as Demolay social civic service and charitable projects and Whereas all the Demolay His proclamation members will observe the year to who are seeking to repare themselves as better eaders and citizens for Tomor row by developing those traits UV Ucvciupiiig iijujc u strengths of character of Hy invested in I proclaim i all good men and that March be observed Whereas the organization lias carried out the aforemen ioned goals over 50 years Demolays started 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 doc tors and nurses for their kind ness and care given me to the sisters and brothers of Hie Odd fellows Rebekah Lodges of the city for flowers and visits also the Original Pensioners and Citizens for their visits and land thoughts and the Old Tim ers Pemmican To all Frank McNabb 1 5984 where their many and to show recognition to their millions of senior now by the author1 as International Demolay their observance with a budd night Friday This included a volley ball tourna1 I Sunday from to 10 there was a pancake breakfast in the a s o n i c j This was followed with a church parade to Augus lines I Bill GoreHickman is master i councillor fcr the local group Tim GoreHickman is senior councillor and Robert Foster is junior Chapter dad is Edgar Wednesday in then school to raise money for a three to fiveda field trip in The concert and field trip are part of the schools outdoor education offered for the first time this Lori Ully and Can Ann both Hamilton Grade 9 are coproducers of j the and said tney and fellow students have done most of the organizational work for About 30 students and the i schools band will take part in j the twohour which Tickets vail be on sale at the A group of 40 Grade 9 stu dents visited Hilts Pro vincial Park several months ago for a and up to 80 three teachers and two parents will take part in the second About is needed for the larger trip and students hope 10 raise all or most of it on their Well learn to e in the to how to dig fos sils and what some of the ani mals a r exohuncd We need the moncs for pud pans and bus They had a record hop re cently end plan several to raise and are ulan ning an Insomnia where they will stay awake all night and find sponsors to h the hour for the time they stay 15 summonses issued AE Elford include a fire baton per1 ed his displeasure in Leth highlights by Hamil1 bridge magistrates couit re ton students from Die recent h 5 ns falled Alberta Dance several 3 skits and appear on charges of ne Master of ceremonies will be viceprincipal of the school and one of the out dor education glecting to pay tickets for overparking Summonses were Issued to those not appearing A summons is an older to appear in court and failure to answer the summons results in a warrant for surest being is sued agams the person failing to answer and could mean a term in jail A person nceiving a sum mons is required to pay the cost of it being CARD OF THANKS FURY We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreci ation to all those who helped us during our We especially thank all those who sent donations to the Al berta Heart gifts and Mass A special thanks to our doctor for his years of service and to Father the a 11 the Ladies of Hie Eagles and to the ChristenseB Salmon Funeral Home for their Mike Fury and 5937 IN MEMORIAMS loving mem ory of a dear Charlie who passed away March remembered by son Eon and 5963 j ROSS In loving memory of Godfrey who passed away March One lonely year has passed away since our great sor row The shock which we received that we still remem ber Our hearts still ache with sad our secret tears still For what it meant to lose no one will ever When we are sad and lonely and everything goes We seem to hear you Cheer and carry missed by his wife Nellie and Ellen and CHINA BUILDERS BUSY DAR ES SALAAM Reuterl Eight Chinese experts have arrived here to survey a project under which China would build Tanzania a new national stad ium with a seating capacity cf Womens home committee sets budget of The committee for the estab lishment of a rehabilitation home for women in Lethbridge arrived at a new proposed bud get last chopping from the original bud get submission with the hopes of the establishment of a basic unit for The new budget crlls for including rent and furnishings to provide a facil ity for about 15 girls who have Drug panel at school A abu Week personal troubles with alcohol j or drugs and who wish to get a new start on a productive i Committtj officials said they j plan to apply to the provincial department of welfare and to the city of Lethbridge for funds j to operate the j Meis Wagenaar was elected j the new chairman of the com with Ikfi Schuyff elect ed vice Marg Till man was reelected The committee will hold a special meeting April 6 at p m in the Lethbridge Friend ship Centre to plan for a pio posed meeting with Hen chairman of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission and Drug Abuse commission i panel discussing drag Rav minister of i u s e highlighted Education sociai activities a Cdthohc i Central High School Istt Moderated by CCHS Guid ance Counsellor T o n v ipmej group is to invite inter ested people from most of the service clubs to the meeting i with the government officials null lilt the panel openly dis t rt b k jn beir venture cussed the problem of drug abuse before about 150 interest ed tcacliers and stu The panel consisted of eight including two for mer drag users Sian Skrcting Linda Deal who spoke of their experiences Dr G R C Palmer speaking the phys iological aspects of drug use McPherson speaking on the effects of drugs on the mind and body and Clar ence Watron guidance coun sellor at CC11S speaking on lack of discipline which leads wind today will be from the to drug I west 20 gusting to 40 Temperatures Wednes day should be 10 to 15 degrees The high and low tempera tures Monday were 44 and 30 The all tune record tempera tures for March 16 are 70 above snow A cool north westerly flow of j dry arctic air moving over the warm moist air currently in southern will result in a few rain or snow showers and generally cooler temper atures The high temperature today should be near 45 the i overnight low about The On the legal lawyer Ron Jacobson spoke on the dif ferent tjpcs of charges the use of drugs can probation officer Fred Sunoda spoke of things that lead to youth par ticipation in drug use and Lethbridge Cilv Police Con stable Clnmbonk who set in 1910 and 28 below set spoke on I he diffictilncs m ati The temperatures one tually charging a person with IJ car ago today were 52 above an and 27 CUNNINGHAMS SALE DAYS MARCH 1720 Centre Village Mall Phone 3288442 Two Pharmacists On Duty To Serve ADORN 1 J ARRID EXTRA DRY ANSODENT 1 BAN SUPER DRY BAYER 200j 1 JOHNSONS VO5 HAIR SPRAY i SCHICK SUPER STAINLESS 5s CREST SUPER SIZE 1 GILLETTE SUPER STAINLESS BLADES 7 1 LUCOZADE 1 INTENSIVE CARE 1 OLD SPICE SOFTIQUE BATH OIL BEADS 1 FACELLE TISSUES BANDAID BRAND PLASTIC STRIPS 2 hi for I 60 a GILLETTE FOAMY ASCORBIC ACID 250 MG 100s Orange 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