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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdneiday, Moich 22, 1972 THE IFTHBRIDGt HIHA10 27 1 JJectths, i (Hoards Of J hanks, acd, Joseph, who passed away March 22, 1971. They say that time will case the pain and help us lo forget, But time so far has only shown, how much we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, the things you used lo do, We miss the happy times we had, but mostly we miss you Ever loved and remembered by his wife, Agnes and children. 8701 SMITH In loving memory of a dear father and grand- fallier, Joseph, who passed away March 22, 1971. We sat beside your bedside, our hearts were crushed and sore, We saw you slowly sinking, but knew we could do no more. Treasure him, Lord, in yoiu1 garden of rest, For on this earth he was one of the best.. Thoughtful for others, kind and true, He suffered in silence when no one knew, loved and remembered by Meilc, Eunice and David. 87C5 IN MEMORIAM SMITH In loving memory of a clear father and father-in- law, Joe, who passed away March 22, 1971. You can only have one father patient, kind and true, No other friend in all the world, win lw so true to you. No one knows my longing, as I write these simple lines For my father's love and friondsliip, that are no longer mine, You shared my liopes, nv joys, my fears, God bless you, dad, for thos previous years. His tcilworn hands once b-is Arc folded now in sleep; Ar.d o'er his out-worn body The earth lies cold and dec] But the soul that was h essence, Lives on. and we slwll see Him when The Malta- calls us home For all eternity. missed by Jolmny an Dale Smith. 87C OTTAWA (CP) There were more than families in Canada with incomes in excels f for the year 1909, Sta- istics Canada reports. Their average incomes were and mere than a 2.4 per wert in personal axes. But the bureau study of fam- ly incomes and spending pal- crns released this week shows hat many of the outlays of the nffluent are not very different from f a m i- lies with lower incomes. In fact, the survey found that he family spends a smaller amount of its income, :nree per cent, on smoking sup- jlies and alcoholic beverages han do families with incomes under a year. The latter spent 3.8 per cent on smoking and drinking. The big differences tliat do occur are in the amount of fam- ily income spent on food am shelter. In dollar terms, the low-in- come family reported spending an average of ?719 on food and on f.heltcr in 1959. The highest-income bracket reported spending R2.470 on food and o.i shelter. On! cf the total estimated 5.8 nillion families in Canada, an- rtl-.er reported incomes ranging between and M5.000, and ranging be- tween and Their expenditures ranged be twccn 10.2 per cent and 17.7 per cent on food, between 13.4 per cent and 14.7 per cent on shel- ter, and between 13.5 and 14 per cent on travel and transporta- tion. Travel and which include the cost of buying and op crating a car or truck- was another area showing sig- nificant differences between UK low-income and high-income families. Families under used 8.5 to board cons in homes EDMONTON (CP) The fed-. This proposal might come to oral government is studying a I Ihe cabinet within two weeks, program under which elderly j he told a meeting of the John jeople would paid to voard j Howard Society which does fol- prisoners serving scnten-es, in low-up service for ex-prisoners, .heir homes, Solicitor General Mr. Goycr said most elderly Jean-Pierre Cover snid Tues- people are unable to work and day night. I hey often need supplementary The prisoners selected to lake income "and most of Ule in- part in the would lind mates never experience a a job outside tile home and re- turn to it in lliL' evening, Hie minister said. Leo Nimsii'k low family food bill look more per cent of their spending power cwan area. He moved to Seda- lia, Alberta a year later and in 194fi to Vauxhall. He retired in 1961 and at that time moved to Coaldale, where he has con- tinued ti> reside ever since. Be- sides his loving wife, he is sur- vived by three daughters, Mrs. Peter (Anne) Uimih, Vauxhall, Mrs. Wm. (Tina) Taylor, Vik- ing, Mrs. P. (Martha) Barg, Grassy Lake: IB grandchil- dren; one sister in B.C. and i wo sisters in Russia and one brother in B.C. He was prede- ceased by one daughter in in- fancy. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in the Mcnnonite Brethren Church, Coaldale, with Hev. D. J. Pankralz officiating. In- terment will follow in the Coal- dale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respecis at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 3 Avenue S. phone 328- 2301. (Courtesy parking at tire rear of the Chapel) MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C809 beloved husband of Mrs. Bes sie Westfall of Cardston wli die'' at Cardsfon Tuesday March It, 1972, was held at p.m. Friday, March 17, 1972, in the Aetna Fourth LD Chapel. Cardston, with Bisho John Hollingsworth officiating Pallbearers were Leroy an Darcy Hovey, Edward Bowden Frank Nish, Rex Miller an Lloyd Williams. Inttrment wa in the Cardslon Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of Lhe arrangements. SYDNEY, Australia (Router) Victim Alan Risdon, 21, chased two men who stole his wallet he-re, overpowered them and tied rhem up. But while he was telephoning for the polios, a third accomplice ar- rived and set them free. 'Ion transportation, and the afflu than one-quarter of the total ex- penditures of families with in- cnt cem' comes under and shelter almost another quarter. PROPORTION DHOl'S But the figures showed that as family incomes moved up the scaled after the basic needs and desires for food and shelter were met, Ihe proportion spent on them became less. For the group, food ac- counted for only 13.4 per cent of family expenditures and shelter, 12.2 per cent. Convent converts OTTAWA (CP) By an 11- to-9 vote, city council approved Monday night a zoning change to permit conversion of the Gcod Shepherd convent to an embassy. The Chinese govern- ment will buy the property, not far from Parliament Hill, for a reported million. blasts payments VICTORIA (CP) Labor] Minister James Chabot an- J [inunced an in tlu1 maximum liL'r.efit for di.sableil workers under tlio Workmen's Compensation Act. Effective Jan. 19V.i. dis- abled workers will receive S527.50 a month, or 75 per cent of Ihe worker's gross monthly salary, whichever is greater. The maximum benefit now is a month or a year. Mr. Cbabot's announcement came in response to charges by warm family life-style." Also under consideration by Ottawa was higlier salaries for prisoners who work, "While visiting I was struck by (he climate of laziness that Mr. Coyer said. "In fact, the present salaries for inmates of 85 rents per day are hardly enough to lend dignity j or a sense of significance to do I a job or to Ihe person holding it." Vance named new director of vel branch EDMONTON (CP) Dr. H. N'. Vance has been named director of the veterinary ser- vices division cf Ihe Alberta came m resuunst- u> u> Leo Nimsick (Nm> -Kcotenay) agriculture the that Bill 82 nmc-ndiiig Ihe Work- men's Compensation Act "has only tiptoed through the tulips" because it failed to increase Ihe maximum payment for dis- government announced today. Dr. Vance, director of Ihe laboratory services branch a post he was appointed to in 19B2, replaces Dr. J. G. O'Donoghue who has been named assistant deputy minis- abled workers. Mr Nimsk'k pointed out lhat poorer provinces have a higher j ler in charge of plant industry, maximum rate, lie cited Que- animal industry', veterinary bee as paying .1 maximum of to disabled persons. services and irrigation dlvi- CARDS OF THANKS DONALDSON T wish to thank all my good friends end relatives for the cards, visits, flowers, etc., I received while a patient in Municipal Hospital. Special thar.ks to the doctor and the staff. Your thoughtful- ness made my stay so much more pleasant. Donaldson. SI.EVIN Passed in Ite city on Tuesday, March 21, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. John Slevin at the age oi 02 years, of 1415 14 Avenue S., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mary Anne (Nancy) Slcv- in. Born in Ireland, tlic late Mr. Slevin came to Pincher Creek in 1908 and for 40 years was in charge of the town water supply. He retired to Lethbridge in the late 1'JoO's. He is survived by two daugh- ters, Miss Mary Slevin, Leth- bridge, Mrs. A. (Kathleen) Bemicr, Vancouver; three sons, Messrs. Richard P. Slcv- vin, Trail B.C., John C. Slevin, Vancouver, Lawrence M. Slev- in, Calgary; six grandchildren; five great grandchildren; one sister in the U.S.A. and one brother in Ireland. Prayers will be said on Wednesday, (to- night) at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- KL, 1112 Avenue S. Requiem Mass will Ix; celebrated on Thursday at a.m. in As- sumption Parish Church, with Rev. Father M. llagel, brant. Interment will follow in I lie family pint. Pincher Creek Cfinclery. MAIITIX BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. CMO 8721 ADAMSON The family oi the late David Adamson, wish to express their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to tliose who sent flowers, cards, expressions of sympathy, or who helped in any way during their recent bereavement. The Adamson family 8759 Choosing a gifted appliance? At Simpsons-Sears it's as easy as 1 -2-3. First, if fame is the name of the game for find all the most popular of famous C.G.E. and Sunbeam brand-name ap- pliances at our store. Chances are you'll see just the one you want right here in one handy place. And lhat makes shop- ping so much easier, right? Sunbeam Steam Iron 23.98 FUNERAL SAWAT1A Funeral .service for Keii7.o Kawada, hclcvcd hus- band of Mrs. Nal.suko Sawada of 172-1 10th Avc. A S. who died in the city Wednesday, March 15, 1972, at the age of 54 years, was held at .1 p.m. Friday, March 17, 1972, in the llpnpa Buddhist Church Lclhbridgc, with HPV. Kawamura offi- ciating. Committal services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 18, 1972, al the Calgary Crematorium. Pallb c a r o rs were Ixs and Alan Koytvta, David Sekiwa. Terry and Eiehi Tnnnka sml Naomichi Sngimo- lo. Chrisicnsen Salmon Funer- al Home Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangemcnls. IVESTEK I would like to express my thanks to the people who attended my retirement party. Thank you to everyone who donated a gilt, their time and ctvds. Also, thank you lo my fellow employees at the C.P.R. for the party they gave me. I would hke to exlend a special thanks to Frank and Nettie Ditrich and Mike and Nallie Bobak for all thsir help. I. Wesler. 8739 Hl'HST We would like lo express our sincere thanks to all our relatives and friends who helped in any way during onv recent bereavement and for their expressions of sympa- thy, flowers, sympathy cards, j food which helped us all so much at Ibis time and to those donated to the heart fund; also to the Ladies Auxiliary Hoyal Canadian Legion for sening the lox'ely lunch and to 1 all those who traveled long dis- tances. Mrs, Winnie Hursl .lean, George and Dennis 87M-22 Second. Price can be a big thing when you're deciding what appliance to buy. So we've gotten together a selec- tionof appliances that give you Ihe one you want when you want one lor less. And that makes living within your bud- get a lot easier! Third-and best of all-there's our own Kenmore brand...a great buy at regular price and absolutely sensational at these special sale prices! Made espe- cially for us by well-known na- tional manufacturers. Backed by our 1-year Immediate re- placement guarantee. Who could askfor more? Iron Everyday low price 9.98 IN MEMORIAM In loving mem- ory of a dear sister and broihcr- in-law. aunt and uncle, Bertha and Cuno, wtio passed away March 19. 19C7 and February 21, Every rlay in some small way, Memories of you keep coming our way. remembered by sister Zella. Ernes! and Sonny; Louisa, and family; Orest, Anna and family. 8630 General Electric 2-slice Toaster 23.98 Kenmoro Iron Reg. 522.93 19.99 2-slice Toaster Everyday low price 9.98 Kenmore 2-slice Toaster Reg. 10.99 General Electric Buffet Frypan 29.98 10" Electric Fry pan Everyday low price 9.98 Kenmore Buffet Frypan S27.98 21.99 Lois of other great buys loo on display in our appliance department glSIMPSONS-SEARS QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Op.n Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Fridny 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 ;