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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta foiijlu, djeallii, Juni'i-aU, J; Curcll (Jj- Jhnnh.'i, Jn I I'lcmori ;i___ IN MEMORIAMS nm.) DEATH DEATHS 1IOGAN Passed away in' STKVICNK Passed away in Hie city on Thursday, April 27, 1972, following :i hrief illness, Mrs. Jane Annie Ifogan aL Hie age of (18 years, of Cimlhursl, beloved wife of Hie late Mr. Hie cily on Sunday, April 30, Mr. Allan Stevens at Hie age ol 81 years, of Foremost, be- loved fallier of Mrs. II. Lester of LcllibridRe and Mr. Claude Thomas Hogun. The funeral i Stevens nf Foremost. Funeral service will lie helrl aL 3: fill uiTiiiififnienls will he aniimmc- p.m on Tuef-dav in Marun I nd when completed. MARTIN Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- BROS. LTD., Dire-dors of FLI- EL, with Pa.stor C. C. Wess- nernl Service1 man officialing. IiHennent will follow in Archmoiint Memorial LOW Joseph S., passed Gardens. Friends may pay i in CardsLon Sunday, th'MV respects at Martin Bros. April IlOLli, 1972 at the of TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, R12J79 years, beloved husband of Our love for him was far too deep, We cannot forget him, we don't even try Our memories of him will never die. loved and sadly miss- by mom and dad. 1123 OMSCIIA.S'K In loving mem- ory of my husband, Joseph, who passed away May Isl, lOfrl. As limn unfolds another year Memories keep you ever near. loving wife, Minnie. 1124 IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAMS CAIll-SON 111 loving i iry of Albert Carlson, who mem-1 ory of Albert Carlson, who pass- ed away Aoril Mill, 1940. by his family. 1121 belter land, never to part again. remembered aixi sad- Iv missed by mom, brothers and sisters. 1119 irOI.LOH'AY-ln loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, Frank Jr., who passed away on May 1, I07J. No loved one stood beside him lo hear his lasl farewell, No words of comtort did he hear from Uiose who loved him well; Some flay we hope to meet him, some day we know ncL when, We'll clasp his hand !n a 1 MARTIN Tn loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father, Thomas Martin, who passed away April 1972. The Golden Gates stood open One year ago today, With goodbyes left unspoken You gently slipped away. remr-inbcred by Mae, Kyoto and family. 1122 IN MEMORIAM loving mem- ory of a dear brolher, Frank Jr. So many things have happened Since you were called away, So inf-ny things to share with you, Had you been left lo stay. You wished no one a last farrT- well, Or even said good-bye, You were gone before we knew it, Only God knows why. by Le- ander, Diane and sons. 1120 Mondoy, May I, 1972 L IN MEMORIAM HR4ID _ BURLA In loving mem- ory of a dear fallier, MJchael Rurla, who passed away April 30, I93B. Many years have passed since that sad day, It was Clod's will that you should not stay, A million words cannot ex- press Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered by his wife and family. J127 EXPORT SKIS Norwegian ski manufartitrerr exported an estimated mil- lion worth ol skis in 1971. mT JNatural gas station opened MEDICINE HAT (CP) The ;new natural gas compressor stalion and galhering sysleru i of Silver Christal Gas and Min- erals Lid and Arrow Can Nalural Gas Ltd., both Van- couver based companies, waa opened here, Agriculture Minisler H. A. Olson, MP for Medicine Hat officiated at the opening. Avenue S. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- laic Margaret Low of t'ardston. Funeral yrrangc- tors of Funeral Service. Clfia-l menls will lie annr.Linml when c o in p I c ted. Dl IRI 'SALMON FUNERAL HOME INU I j Directors of Funeral Service. C1C52 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT EDMONTON, ALBERTA FOR LEASE BY PUBLIC TENDER APPROXIMATELY ACRES OF LAND Sealed lenders v.-ili be received el (h5 olliCB of Ihe Depjly Winiiler of Hlgnv.'ayi UD to a.m., MonJny, Way E. Wl, 'or leas- Ing approximately 24.5 ncrc-s localed on PI. N. Dl flnd PI. 5 >i o' 29-9-2I.WJIHW Locdlion: Uorlh oF adiocpn' to Highway No. 3 immediately Sou'lieasl rt Kipp. For furTher infer ma I ion con- ;cc! n! Le'hbridtie. BHOWN Frank, passed away 'T1 1 hhridpp nn Tlmrs- April 27, 1972, aL Hie age of BO years, beloved husband of .Airs. Elizabeth Drown of Ma- grath. Funeral Services be announced w h c n completed. CHRISTENSEX SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., lors of Funeral Service, i C1G53 i 3. AgrinuMural LL-! Highest or any bid net necessarily acceded In cas- o' Cids. fint one received in the Depuly Minisler's of- fice will receive firs I consideration. Bids lo te warkpd on _ of Area" L. H- McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transwrt TOWN OF COALDALE NOTICE Noliee Is hereby given lhat Hie Town of Coaldaie proposes 'o pass a by-lav: lo close (he following sfree's fa' 'ne purpose of incorporation wllhin B re- qlfftling scheme in accordance wiin Section 175 and Amendments Ihere-ln of ihe Municipal Government Ad, Chspier ItA, Slalutes of Alberta 1968. 1. All that portion cf 'f.e unnamed ilreel lyinq Easlerly boundary cl Block i Westerly production lying Southerly of and Ihe Soulh Iherect; and 'he Nor I her !y t-aundary of Block i produced East- erly, as shown on a plan nf record In the Lnnd Tillcs Office 'or Soulh Albcrla Land RcqisIraHon Dis- trict as NO. Coalclale "7059 GP. 3 Tne 13 foot laneway lying lo the East cF Lot 10, Block 1 Plan Coal- dnle GV [22nd Avenue end 12lh The plan erf the proposed reploMIng (cheme affecllng the proposed by-law may be Inspected et tne Town Olfice during normal business hours. Any person wishing to mnhe repres- wilnllon regarrilng propoccd by-law musl aignily 'heir inlcnt Iri writing 'o the Municipol Secretary not laler lhan noon, May ?3rd, 1972. Repres- wlll b- heard at the reau'f Meeting erf May 23rd, 1972 p.m. Council PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TF. rJDERS -.Mil be recelv. rd by Ihe undersigned up lo 11 o'clock AM. Dayiicnr Savinci Tima 01 Men- day, May 8. 1975, ior Ihe cons'ruc- Highway Oyen to E. of Sharrow Crushing and Siocknilinq Gravel for Oil Treatment; Approximate Qufinlily Cubic Yards. nbtflined al Ihe cilice o( !he Cnief Construction Engineer, Highways Ruildi.ic, Edmonton, Alta., Ihe offrre 1he Dislricl Engineer, 17C7 Sivih Slreel N.W., Calgary, Alia., and 'hr office cf Ihe Di5lrlct Engineer, Ari- mlnistrellon Building, Lelhhridge, Al- berts, and will be available only to Individuals registered end operating in the Province Alberts, or to parlnor- SfilDS or corporations rerjlslered and operalinp in and who have establish- ed e fixed pl.icr P' business in the Province of Albnrla A deposi! ol Twenty Five Dollars pay- eble to the Provincial Treasurer, will reputed 'or cl the Con- tract taken. Each uid hp ncccmpjnrpd by a mark- FOSTER Norman Edwin, pnsfeil awav in Vancouver, i Friday. April 28, 1372, at age 56 years. Besides his loving i wife, Marjorie, of Soulh Buma-1 E.G.. he leaves to mourn j his passing three (laughlcrs I and one son and six grandchil- dren and his narents. Mr. anr Mrs. George Foster of 025 7lh Ave. A S., Lethbridge: three sisters, Mrs. Robert (Merle) of Ponoka, Alberta, and Mrs. James (Lorna) Murray and Mrs. Charles (Wilda) Murray, both of Picture Bulte: three brothers, Allan Foster of Tom- ahawk, Alberta. Arthur Foster and Gordon Foster, both of Pic- ture Bulte. 1127A GILMAR Charles William, beloved husband of Enid Gilmnr of Bfairmore, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Friday, April 20, ,il aec 4fl years. He born in Cowley on March 12. 1924 and came to Blairmore the same year and has resided there since. He married Enid Sirett, in Blairmore m 1931. He was predeceased by his father, James in Blairmore in Feb- ruary 1972. He is survived by his wife, Enid and four sons, Richard, David, Patrick and one year old Jeffrey, all in Blairmore: four brothers. Les- lie of Blairmore, Bob, Ray. all in Kimbcrlev and his mother. Bertha in Blairmore. Funeral services will be held in SI. Luke's Anglican Church, Elairmore. Tuesday. May 2 at 11 a.m., with Rev. Charles Gale officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Blairmore Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations will be gratefully ac- cepted for a memorial fund to- ward purchase of a church or- Ran Please mark donations "In memory of Charles care of Gerry Lons- burv. B I a i r ra o r e, PANTO' CHAPELS LTD is in charge. C1G56 of Tf-r.dor in br INVITATION TO TENDER TOWN OF VULCAN 1 iri-i FUNERAL STEPIIANEK -Fimprnl spr- vice for John Slcphanpk. hc- husband of Mrs. Sfephiinck of Czechoslovakia who fliccl in (be city after a long illness Sunday, April 23. 1972. at the ape nf 74 years. was held al 2 p.m. Thursday, April 27. 1972. ill ihe I. c I il p" bridge Auxi'iary Hospil.il Cha- i i pel wilh Rev. Rnioe Field of- fidiatuip. Pallbearers wcre.AI- lilif) D.lvid !i i Koy Brummond. Gordon Bow-! Ac] I lien, l.orne Franz Charles Murphy. Interment was in the j Mimnl Cal v a r y section of V i e w 'onielcry. j Sa'nvm 1' u n c r al llomr I.iil Oireclnrs of Funer- Vi'U'iin. Direct and Drain.inp he received ur.in P.M. MS7 Thursday. May lith, 1C7J nt Ihn nf Vulcnn. The project win the anpfox'rriMfi Fail A Im rurt, GuMtr, S! Je- Par' 0 Par! C ft. IT" riidinslpr rniely. flee nl Ihf- Cc.nMillIncj t-nqmrcri 01 ilpnwll rit in itio form ct n cer Ilfrcd choquc mndp payable lo Ihe nl SCTVJCT. Ihe arrancci in charge of IN MEMORIAM nil snncifirnlion: rdcr prlnr to r 'iMPillrui nnlnncnci.i I ilni RrJiH s T CALGARY 27, Alhcrln. 'AIM' In lovinp nit'innry of a lining son, Tihor who pnssc'd jnvny April .10. Time will never oitr pricf Keep two pairs of plus fours. K2P OP4... Keep two pairs of plus fours. Funny sentence eh? But so before or "the quick brown We know that your new Postal Code isn't easy to remember, so we're suggesting that you make up sentences, or rhymes, or some other funny way to remember it. And we'd like to add that it isn't that easy. So here's a tip. The numerals are tough. For example, won, too, for and ate are usable. The rest are almost impossible. Try it yourself. Or, better still, try it at your next party and see who comes up with the best sentence, or rhyme, or something. Then, after you've awarded the booby prize, remind them to remind their friends. B four it's two Teight. Get the habit. ;