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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE LETKBRIDCE HERALD 27 IN MEMORIAMS Cards Of In Memoriams POZZEBON In loving memory of a dear sister and aunt and Bertha and who passed away March 1968 and Feb ruary Valley zoning chief topic DEATHS JOHNSON Passed away suddenly hi the city on Sun March Wil liam at the age of 84 of The funeral service will be held at on March at Martin 812 3 Avenue with the King Inter ment will follow in Archmount Memorial Martin Directors of Funer al OJ015 CHAPPLOW Passed away at T a b e r on March at the age of 82 Funeral services will be conducted from Theo dores Anglican Church in Ta ber on March 20 at with Daisley Interment will follow in the Taber Mem orial Humphries Fu neral in charge of C4009 LABSON passed away in the city on Wednes March at the age of 69 beloved husband cf Rhoda Larson of Ma Funerla services will be held in the Magrath LDS Chapel on March 1971 at 2 with Bishop Tanner Inter ment will follow in the Magrath Friends may meet the family and pay their re spects from 1 until prior to the service Christensen Sal mon Funeral Home Direc tors of Funeral 04012 ANDERSON William passed away in the city on March at the age of 76 beloved husband of the late Marcena Funeral s e r vices will be held in the Christensen Chapel on March 20 at 2 with I Sayers Cremation will follow the Chris tensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Ser C4013 ROSOCHA Passed away in the on March following a lengtjiy Katie at the age of 73 beloved wife of Steve Rosocha of 246 16 Street Friends who wish may meet for prayers Friday tonight at in the Memorial Cha 703 13 Street A Re quiem Mass rill be celebrated at on March 20 in Peter and Pauls Greek Catholic with Father Diadio Interment will fol low in Mountain View Ceme Parishioners are asked to please note that the Lenten Memorial Service was held this morning at in Peter and Pauls Greek Catholic in stead of Saturday at which was originally an Martin Directors of Funeral C4014 STEVENS passed away in Taber on March 1971 at the age of 73 beloved wife of the late Harold Stev ens was born in Nova Scotia in 1897 and received her educa tion She came west as a school teaching in Manyberries where she met Harold who was work ing there as an elevator They were married on August They moved to Leth bridge in then to Magrath for 11 years and then they moved In Raymond in where she lived until moving to Taber to live with her daughter in She was well known for her literary abilities She was an active member of the IDS Church and held many positions of leadership in the various Left to mourn her passing are four Ronald and Lawrence of Reginald of Edmon and Jack of Calif one Mrs Kenneth Alice Garner of Taber 23 grandchildren and two great grandchildren Nova She was prede ceased by tier husband in Funeral services will be held in the Taber Stake Chapel on March 1S71 at 2 with Keith Fran cis officiating Interment Mill follow in Temple Hill Cemetery DEATHS William Wal formerly of Pmcher passed away in Edmon tcn on March aged 80 Funeral services on March at Pincher Creek United at Jordan Fairview Funeral Home in charge of Edens Pincher arrange C4010 STAR March at Zachary Mel vin aged 63 be loved husband of Mona Star of 928 34th Cal Besides his loving he survived by P Melvin Calgary a stepson Jack Hampton Fort four broth Euier Lefty and Calgary and Vern Gibsons five Al mida Alice Ingarfield and Ella all of Eleanor Sas Max ine Sylvan Al He was predeceased by a brother Ernest overseas with the in the Second World Bora at Star moved to Medi cine Hat in 1908 and to Picture Butte in where he was a well known baseball having played for Picture Iron Lethbridge and He moved to Cal gary in 1940 and served during the Second World War in North Sicily and For 28 he had been employed with retiring in Services will be held in the Mc Innis and Holloway Funeral Monday at Mclnnis and Holloway Funeral C4011 FUNERALS SNOWDON Funeral ser vice for Earle Douglas Snow beloved husband of Grace Snowdon of Fort Mac leod who died March at the age of 46 was held at 2 March in the Trinity United Church with Peter Walker Pallbearers were Jack Harry Vic Alex Mot Wilbert Scheer and Fred Interment was in the Union Funeral ar rangements were by Edens Funeral Home Fort Mac RAPSON Funeral service for Kenneth Earl be loved husband of Olive Rapson of Medicine Hat who died at Taber March at the age of 67 was held at 2 March in United Bow with Lane Pallbearers were and Allan La Vern and Larry Lippert and Allan Interment was in the Bow Island Humphries Funeral Home was in charge of the liEID Funeral service for Margaret beloved wile of the late James Reid who died suddenly at Ed monton March at the age of 90 was held at March at the Memor ial 703 13lh St with K Elliott officiat Pallbearers were Ednin and Robert Phillip Pudwell and Fred Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Martin Directors of Funeral Ser was in charge of the ar rangements 6163 JOHNSON In loving memory of my dear husband who passed away March Days of sadness still come over Tears in silence often flow For memory keeps you ever near us Though you died three years ago Ever remembered by his loving wife daugh ter Eileen and and grandson Jason and 6166 3 new members COALHURST HNS The Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Branch held its monthly meeting re cently w t h three new mem bers In April the auxiliary will canvass for the Canadian Cancer It will include mond City and Dia NATAL HNS Proposals able to the majority of the res1 Affairs despite protests of resithe part of some directors for of the Elk Valley Land Proteci idents of the area proposed to denti of the Elk feeling the fate of the Elk Valley and zoning of zoned This area is to Jnrhjt jtsiJents had offered at a maeetingWto tock Elk Lakes5 to I no arranged this month between abolish five and 80 acre zoning I The Dan To ball groups the Association and members some for one acre lots andor approved a zoning uon of the Elk Valley Land a feeling that zoning there uigemlv even if n changed the board has lo a Softball pro been by loud opposi of the Regional District of East cluster andor Mock develop1 bylaw for the Wasa ImproveProtective to ar menls off the existing highway based on five range more The As according to Macre lot sociation has nou come up The liDEK will be represent ed by directors Lloyd Phillips and Lloyd Eharpe ami Regional Planner Alfred Chair man Stan Wilson will also at Finalization of exact boun daries from Cranbrook after its latest extension and the necd to zone the area sur told the imEK to tend if mmdmg Uie city has triggered The proposals to be discussed another plea by Regional Plan were outlined in a letter to the ner Alfred Miller for the board RDEK board from Horst of the RDEK to make up its They are Any per mind what it is going to do son involved in the purchase of i about land prior to the first public In his report to the substan with concrete but no a from residents of action on the zoning can be the Elk Valley before he would taken till after the next board approve the March at the earl Despite genuine concern on hearing on the zoning of the Upper Elk Valley will be per mitted to complete this trans action regardless of any sub sequent zoning or time required to complete the purchase to include in any proposed zoning bylaw a hardship clause to be suitable to the persons to be affected by the proposed zoning any landowner should be allowed to sell his children any amount of land in any lo cation he wishes there shall be no restrictions to any type of business in the Upper Elk Valley provided this is accept Sir Miller again told the board that he cannot reasonably go ahead with zoning for any of the areas within the Regional District of East Kootenay until the board reaches a decision on the Upper Elk Zon ing in that area has been in dispute since last June when a zoning bylaw was presented to a public The who had agreed to zone for lots of a fiveacre minimum in rural residential area and lots of an 80acre minimum in non urban asked for approv al of the Minister of Municipal Industrial coordiiiator not needed savs mayor meet gram this spring for the grades TAEER HNS Mayor Arthur Avery told council re cently the town could get along without an industrial coordina tor and town superintendent particularly since finances are of prime The positions are vacant with the resignation of Bent Mayor Avery said there are no major projects upcoming this The question will be discussed March 7 and 8 children will be held at 3 p March in the Coaldale Community sponsored by the Leth bridge County Southern Region al Recreation At a recent meeting of the boaid it was decided to offer soflball to the giades 5 and 8 children and either Softball or baseball to the grades 7 and 8 age group The meeting Is for all per sons in IK south county area interested in baseball or soft offic also interested adults and persons willing to serve as drivers to transport the The mam purpose of the meeting is to form one or more ball groups to plan and become involved in the operation of the Council debated the possi bility of the town tendering for phase 3 of the sewage treat ment The conclusion was that staff has not sufficient ex perience to prepaie such a ten The work involves laying feet of concrete pipe from BROUGHT the river syphon to the Insulting a royal harpist in the laving of 18inch and Wales once brought a fine of six 12inch pipe for the irrigation cows and 120 says Softballbaseball programs this spring and for I National Geographic in Friends may meet the family and pay their re spects from I until prior to the service Chrislensrn Sal mon Funeral Home Ltd Direc tors of Funeral C4013 ser vice for Daisy Euclid beloved wife of the late Harold Westbrook who died in the city March after a long illness at the age of ai four sisters in was held at 4M p March in Martin 812 3rd with Crisfield offi pallbearers were Claude and Bud Roy Doug Souther Ken MacLean and Ed II op Honorary pallbearers were Chris Alf Shackle George George Bert Stretton and Jo seph Martin Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrange Eatons Fur Expert Presents Travelling Fur Collection Through March 24th Dyed Black Persian Lamb Steps Out With Savings Timeless trotteurs and classical full length dyed Black Persian lamb coats elegantly trimmed with natural Your choice of Ranch and Lutetia and notched Full body styl ing with cocktail sleeves and rich satin Sizes 10 to 00 Lasting Its Natural Muskrat Magic Now is the time to purchase the fur coat of your dreams Natural in all its gleaming is carefully fashioned in semifitted and straight body styles combined with either notched or shawl The skins are cut horizontally and then fitted into breathtaking patterns and designs to give great variation in colour and line within a single Some are but other trims include Red Nor wegian Blue and Natural Bleached Both regular and longuette lengths 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